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Call to Order

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

Open Microphone Speakers

Agenda Item/Open Microphone Speakers

Item 1

Approval of Minutes of the August 12, 2020 City Council Meeting

Consent Agenda

City Attorney's Office 2. Authorize the (1) acceptance of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) (Grant No. 5H79TI081081-03, CFDA No. 92.243) in the amount of $343,639.00, to expand substance abuse capacity at the existing South Dallas Drug Court (SDDC) for the period September 30, 2020 through September 29, 2021; (2) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $343,639.00 in the SAMHSA-Adult Treatment Drug Court Expansion Project 20-21 Fund; (3) receipt and deposit of grant funds in an amount not to exceed $343,639.00 in the SAMHSA-Adult Treatment Drug Court Expansion Project 20-21 Fund; and (4) execution of the grant agreement and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreement - Not to exceed $343,639.00 for year three of the five-year project period - Financing: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Grant Funds

Department of Aviation 3. Authorize the first amendment to the Lease and Use Agreement of Land and Facilities between the City of Dallas (“City”) and Commemorative Air Force, Inc. (“CAF”) at Dallas Executive Airport to: (1) shift the City’s lease obligation to construct 90,000 square feet of additional ramp space on the leased premises to CAF; and (2) reimburse to CAF for the cost of constructing the ramp space - Not to exceed $1,260,580.00 - Financing: Aviation Fund (subject to appropriations) 4. Authorize an engineering services contract with Garver, LLC to provide design, planning, construction document and construction administration services for the design of the Crossfield Taxiways Project at Dallas Love Field - Not to exceed $4,669,300.00 - Financing: Aviation Passenger Facility Charge - Near Term Projects Fund ($669,300.00) and Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act - Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Dallas Love Field (Unit CARES - FAA DAL-Capital Dev) Fund ($4,000,000.00) 5. Authorize the (1) acceptance of a grant from Maddie’s Fund to be used for expenses related to the consumable and non-consumable items needed for the Animal Foster Care Program for the Department of Dallas Animal Services in the amount of $20,000.00; (2) receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $20,000.00 in the Maddie’s Pet Foster Care Stimulus Grant Fund; (3) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $20,000.00 in the Maddie’s Pet Foster Care Stimulus Grant Fund - Not to exceed $20,000.00 - Financing: Maddie’s Fund Grant Funds 6. Authorize the (1) acceptance of a grant from PetSmart Charities, Inc. to be used for the City of Dallas, Dallas Animal Services COVID-19 adjusted operations in the amount of $9,630.00; (2) receipt and deposit of grant funds in an amount not to exceed $9,630.00 in the PetSmart Charities COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grant Fund; (3) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $9,630.00 in the PetSmart Charities COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grant Fund - Not to exceed $9,630.00 - Financing: PetSmart Charities, Inc. Grant Funds 7. Authorize the (1) acceptance of a grant from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality through the Texas Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Program (Contract No. 582-20-13774-VW) to purchase replacement vehicles and equipment to reduce nitrogen oxides emissions in the amount of $105,919.00 for the period August 26, 2020 through August 25, 2022; (2) receipt and deposit of grant funds in an amount not to exceed $105,919.00 in the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Program Fund 2; (3) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $105,919.00 in the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Program Fund 2; (4) required local match in the amount of $243,517.00 from Sanitation Capital Improvement Fund; and (5) execution of the grant agreement and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the grant agreement - Not to exceed $349,436.00 - Financing: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Grant Funds ($105,919.00) and Sanitation Capital Improvement Fund ($243,517.00) Department of Public Works 9. Authorize (1) an Advance Funding Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation (CSJ No. 0197-02-129, CFDA No. 20.205) for the Green Ribbon Program Project to provide landscape planting and irrigation improvements along U.S. Highway 175 at Edd Road; (2) the establishment of appropriations in the amount of $210,000.00 in the TxDOT Green Ribbon Funding 2020 Fund; (3) the receipt and deposit of funds in the amount of $210,000.00 in the TxDOT Green Ribbon Funding 2020 Fund; and (4) execution of the agreement and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreement - Total amount of $210,000.00 - Financing: Texas Department of Transportation Grant Funds 10. Authorize an engineering services contract with Professional Service Industries, Inc., dba Intertek-PSI to provide material testing services during construction of the Park Lane - Walnut Street Intersection Improvement Project, Street Group 17-1205, Alley Group 17-1304, and Alley Group 17-2034 (list attached to the Agenda Information Sheet)- Not to exceed $270,094.09 - Financing: Street and Transportation (A) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Funds) and Street and Transportation Improvements Fund (2012 General Obligation Bond Funds) Department of Sustainable Development and Construction 12. Authorize acquisition from Mountainprize, Inc., of approximately 1,413 square feet of land for a permanent water easement and approximately 2,075 square feet of land for a temporary working space easement located in Dallas County, Texas for the Elm Fork Water Transmission Main Project - Not to exceed $20,800.00 ($18,351.00, plus closing cost and title expenses not to exceed $2,449.00) - Financing: Water Capital Improvement D Fund 13. An ordinance abandoning a portion of an alley to Centre Living Swiss, LLC, the abutting owner, containing approximately 1,842 square feet of land, located near the intersection of Polk and Tenth Streets; and authorizing the quitclaim and providing for the dedication of approximately 1,842 square feet of land needed for a wastewater easement - Revenue: General Capital Reserve Fund ($27,892.00) and General Fund ($20,000.00), plus the $20.00 ordinance publication fee 14. An ordinance abandoning portions of an alley, alley easement, two fire lane easements, floodway easement, three sanitary sewer easements with temporary working space, street easement and utility easement to CND-West Davis II, LLC, the abutting owner, containing a total of approximately 59,863 square feet of land, located near the intersection of Davis Street and Plymouth Road; and authorizing the quitclaim; and providing for the dedication of approximately 5,781 square feet of land needed for street right-of-way - Revenue: General Capital Reserve Fund ($245,477.00) and General Fund ($20,000.00), plus the $20.00 ordinance publication fee 15. An ordinance granting a revocable license to Southwestern Medical District for the use of a total of approximately 1,957 square feet of land to install, occupy and maintain three subsurface PVC conduits and fiber optic cable lines under portions of Harry Hines Boulevard, Medical District Drive and Medical Center Drive rights-of-way located near its intersection with Harry Hines Boulevard and Medical District Drive - Revenue: General Fund $3,000.00 annually, plus the $20.00 ordinance publication fee Department of Transportation 16. Authorize a Development Participation Contract with the Dallas Arts District Foundation for donation of design plans and specifications for the construction of the Routh Street Gateway Sidewalk Improvement Project - Financing: No cost consideration to the City 17. Authorize (1) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $200,000.00 from the Episcopal School of Dallas in the Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund for material, equipment and labor provided by the City related to the reconstruction of an existing traffic signal at Midway Road and Merrell Road; and (2) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $175,000.00 in the Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund from Dallas Independent School District for material, equipment and labor provided by the City related to the reconstruction of an existing traffic signal at Walnut Hill Road and Lenel Place; and (3) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $28,000.00 in the Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund from PSW Urban Homes Lenel Place for material, equipment and labor provided by the City related to the improvements of an existing traffic signal at Walnut Hill Road and White Rock Trail, and (4) an increase in appropriations in an amount not to exceed $403,000.00 in the Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund - Total not to exceed $403,000.00 - Financing: Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund 18. A resolution authorizing the City of Coppell to be the applicant for the establishment of “Quiet Zones” at the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Silver Line Project’s at-grade crossings on East Beltline Road and in the Cypress Waters area based on the City of Dallas review and approval of the final diagnostic team recommendations in accordance with the Federal Railroad Administration rule - Financing: No cost consideration to the City Office of Arts and Culture 19. Authorize a contract with Ed Carpenter for the fabrication and installation of a site-specific artwork at the entrance to Dallas Love Field located at 8008 Herb Kelleher Way - Not to exceed $475,000.00 - Financing: DWU Public Arts Fund ($285,000.00) and Aviation Capital Construction Fund ($190,000.00) Office of Economic Development 20. Authorize an amendment to Resolution No. 19-0948, previously approved on June 12, 2019, to expand the boundary of City of Dallas Neighborhood Empowerment Zone No. 10 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City 21. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Dallas Downtown Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 22. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Dallas Tourism Public Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 23. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Deep Ellum Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 24. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Klyde Warren Park/Dallas Arts District Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 25. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Knox Street Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 26. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Lake Highlands Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 27. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed North Lake Highlands Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 28. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Oak Lawn-Hi Line Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 29. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Prestonwood Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 30. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed South Dallas/Fair Park Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 31. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed South Side Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 32. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed University Crossing Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 33. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Uptown Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 34. Authorize (1) approval of the proposed Vickery Meadow Public Improvement District (“District”) 2021 Service Plan, 2020 Assessment Plan and 2020 Assessment Roll; (2) a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020, to receive comments concerning the annual assessment for the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (3) consideration of an ordinance levying a special assessment on property in the District, for services and improvements to be provided during 2021; fixing charges and liens against the property in the District and against the owners thereof; providing for the collection of the 2020 assessment; and providing an effective date - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) Office of Environmental Quality & Sustainability 35. Authorize the (1) third amendment to the contract with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for the Whole Air Monitoring Program (Contract No. 582-19-90030, CFDA No. 97.091) to accept additional grant funds in the amount of $309,511.31 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency passed through the TCEQ, to continue the Whole Air Monitoring for the period September 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021; (2) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $309,511.31 in the TCEQ FY21 Whole Air Monitoring Program Fund; (3) receipt and deposit of grant funds in an amount not to exceed $309,511.31 from TCEQ FY21 Whole Air Monitoring Program Fund; and (4) execution of the contract amendment with TCEQ and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the contract - Not to exceed $309,511.31, from $950,000.00 to $1,259,511.31 - Financing: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Grant Funds 36. Authorize the (1) fourth amendment to the contract with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for the Rockwall and Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5 Monitoring Program (Contract Number 582-19-90038, CFDA No. 66.034) to accept additional grant funds in the amount of $96,707.48 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency passed through TCEQ, to operate the ambient air monitoring station in Rockwall County and air quality monitoring of the PM 2.5 network for the period September 1, 2020 through August 31, 2021; (2) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $96,707.48 in the TCEQ 20-21 Rockwall and PM 2.5 Monitoring Program Fund; (3) receipt and deposit of grant funds in an amount not to exceed $96,707.48 from TCEQ in the TCEQ 20-21 Rockwall and PM 2.5 Monitoring Program Fund; and (4) execution of the contract amendment with TCEQ and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the contract - Not to exceed $96,707.48, from $193,414.96 to $290,122.44 - Financing: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Grant Funds Office of Procurement Services 37. Authorize (1) a professional services contract to develop a master plan for the re-use and redevelopment of Hensley Field - McCann Adams Studio, most advantageous proposer of three; and (2) an increase in appropriations in an amount not to exceed $460,000 in the Hensley Field Fund to be used for associated administrative cost - Not to exceed $2,000,000 - Financing: Hensley Field Fund ($460,000), Street and Transportation (A) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Funds) ($677,391), and ECO (I) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Funds) ($862,609) 38. Authorize a two-year cooperative purchasing agreement for maintenance and support of the existing transportation for hire tracking software system for the Department of Aviation with SHI Government Solutions, Inc. through the Texas Association of School Boards cooperative agreement - Not to exceed $79,986 - Financing: Data Services Fund (subject to annual appropriations) 40. Authorize a service contract for the replacement of ceiling exhaust fans at the New Baker Pump Station and the New Hampton Pump Station for the Water Utilities Department - DMI, Corp. dba Decker Mechanical, most advantageous proposer of two - Not to exceed $343,772 - Financing: Stormwater Drainage Management Fund 41. Authorize a five-year service contract for the Department of Equipment and Fleet Management for hosting, maintenance, support, and the purchase of related software and hardware for the Fleet Data Management System and fuel island maintenance to be managed by the Department of Information and Technology Services - AssetWorks, LLC, sole source - Not to exceed $1,924,390.06 - Financing: Equipment and Fleet Management Fund (subject to annual appropriations) 42. Authorize a six-year service contract, with a one-year renewal option, to provide third party auditing International Organization for Standardization certification for the Department of Aviation - DQS, Inc., most advantageous proposer of two - Not to exceed $102,750 - Financing: Aviation Fund (subject to annual appropriations) 43. Authorize a three-year service price agreement, with two one-year renewal options to supply parts and maintenance services for two SH 8000 Stripe Hogs operated by Dallas Love Field/Air Field Management - Waterblasting, LLC dba Hog Technologies, sole source - Estimated amount of $184,800 - Financing: Aviation Fund 44. Authorize a five-year service price agreement for labor, equipment, transportation, and supervision for the removal of excess contaminated or non-contaminated water and contaminated fuel from above and underground storage tanks and associated containment vaults for the Fire-Rescue Department - Agricultural Services, Inc. dba ASI Environmental Services, only bidder - Estimated amount of $558,303.40 - Financing: General Fund 45. Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to increase the service contract with immixTechnology, Inc. through the Department of Information Resources cooperative agreement for the purchase of additional software licenses for automated shift management and scheduling software for public safety employees - Not to exceed $83,214.00, from $998,952.65 to $1,082,166.65 - Financing: General Fund Office of Resilience 46. Authorize an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Dallas Independent School District and the City of Dallas to share in the cost of procuring independent telecommunications consulting services for the period August 27, 2020 through December 30, 2020 - Not to exceed $250,000.00 - Financing: U.S. Department of Treasury - Coronavirus Relief Funds Office of the Bond Program 47. Authorize (1) a professional services contract with Brown Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc. for architectural, engineering design and construction administration services for the Fire Station 19 replacement facility to be located at 5600 East Grand Ave; and (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $735,165.00 in the 2020 Certificates of Obligation Fund - Not to exceed $735,165.00 - Financing: 2020 Certificates of Obligation Fund 48. Authorize (1) a professional services contract with PGAL, Inc., for architectural, engineering design, and construction administration services for the Fire Station 41 replacement facility to be located at 5920 Royal Lane; and (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $522,837.00 in the 2020 Certificates of Obligation Fund - Not to exceed $522,837.00 - Financing: 2020 Certificates of Obligation Fund Park & Recreation Department 49. Authorize a ten-year agreement with Downtown Dallas, Inc. for the management and operation of programmed park sites and the enhanced maintenance of the Central Business District park properties - Financing: No cost consideration to the City 50. Authorize (1) a Capital Improvement Program Funding Agreement with Dallas County for the study and preliminary engineering of the Central Trail, a 1.9 mile multi-use bike/pedestrian facility located from the southern end of the Central Trail at Buckingham Road in the city of Richardson, to the Cottonwood Creek Trail near the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Forest Lane Station in the city of Dallas; and (2) execution of the funding agreement including all terms, conditions and documents required by the agreement - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information for future costs) 51. Authorize (1) a twenty-year development, operation, and maintenance agreement, with one five-year renewal option, with 60-80B NCX, LLC for the development, operation, and maintenance of landscape improvements and private and public access to the University Crossing Trail for purposes of relocating utility lines underground and a much-improved realignment of the University Crossing Trail located at 6060 North Central Expressway; and (2) acceptance of two trail easements totaling approximately 357 square feet - Financing: No cost consideration to the City 52. Authorize a two-year Interlocal Agreement, with three one-year renewal options, with Dallas Independent School District to (1) provide after school programs at up to thirty elementary sites and receive enhancement funding of up to $210,000.00 annually; and (2) permit the Dallas Park and Recreation Department to conduct summer camp programs at twenty-five sites at no additional cost - Estimated Revenue: Recreation Program Fund $420,000.00 53. Authorize a five-year Memorandum of Agreement, with two one-year renewal options, with the WellMed Charitable Foundation to fund the Dallas Park and Recreation Department staff led recreation programs for seniors age 60 and over at the WellMed Charitable Foundation Senior Activity Center located at 3199 West Camp Wisdom Road - Not to exceed $750,000.00 - Financing: General Fund (subject to annual appropriations) 54. Authorize (1) a construction contract for construction of the roof replacement at the Fair Park Automobile Building located at 1010 First Avenue - Paragon Roofing, Inc., best value proposer of nine; (2) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $1,027,000.00 from the State Fair of Texas in the Fair Park Capital Reserves Fund; and (3) an increase in appropriations in an amount not to exceed $1,027,000.00 in the Fair Park Capital Reserves Fund - Not to exceed $1,027,000.00 - Financing: Fair Park Capital Reserves Fund 55. Authorize a public hearing to be held on September 9, 2020 to receive comments on readopting and continuing in effect Chapter 12, "City Youth Program Standards of Care," of the Dallas City Code, to re-establish standards of care for certain city youth programs in compliance with state law; and, at the close of the public hearing, adopt an ordinance re-establishing and continuing in effect the standards - Financing: No cost consideration to the City Police Department 56. Authorize an Interlocal Agreement between Dallas County Criminal District Attorney’s Office and the Dallas Police Department pursuant to Chapter 59 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure for the period of April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2024 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City Water Utilities Department 57. Authorize a professional services contract with Garver, LLC to provide engineering services for primary clarification and de-gritting system improvements at the Central Wastewater Treatment Plant - Not to exceed $3,500,000.00 - Financing: Wastewater Capital Improvement E Fund 58. Authorize a construction contract for the installation of water, wastewater, and storm sewer mains at 23 locations (list attached to the Agenda Information Sheet) - Ark Contracting Services, LLC, lowest responsible bidder of five - Not to exceed $13,034,855.00 - Financing: Water (Drinking Water) - 2019 TWDB Funds ($8,078,510.91), Wastewater (Clean Water) - 2019 TWDB Funds ($4,565,902.09), and Storm Drainage Management Capital Construction Fund ($390,442.00) 59. Authorize a construction contract for stormwater facilities improvements at the Southside Wastewater Treatment Plant - Crescent Constructors, Inc., lowest responsible bidder of five - Not to exceed $9,153,000.00 - Financing: Wastewater Capital Improvement D Fund 60. Authorize a construction contract for roof maintenance and roof emergency on-call repair service at Dallas Water Utilities facilities located citywide and at Lake Ray Hubbard, Lake Fork and Lake Tawakoni - Texas Roof Management, Inc., only bidder - Not to exceed $1,331,127.50 - Financing: Storm Drainage Management Capital Construction Fund ($58,014.81), Wastewater Construction Fund ($576,125.48), and Water Utilities Capital Construction Fund ($696,987.21) 61. Authorize an increase in the construction services contract with BAR Constructors, Inc. for additional work associated with the construction of a new pump station to replace the existing Pump Station No. 1 at the Elm Fork Water Treatment Plant - Not to exceed $588,014.91, from $50,734,591.87 to $51,322,606.78 - Financing: Water Capital Improvement D Fund 62. Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to the professional services contract with Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, Inc., to provide additional engineering services required for water and wastewater main replacements at 3 locations (list attached to the Agenda Information Sheet) - Not to exceed $307,726.00, from $1,243,560.00 to $1,551,286.00 - Financing: Wastewater Construction Fund ($254,000.00) and Water Construction Fund ($53,726.00)

Item 8

Department of Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization Authorize (a) an amendment to the City of Dallas Comprehensive Housing Policy, previously approved on May 9, 2018, by Resolution No. 18-0704, as amended, to (1) amend the range of income bands to be served from 30% to 120% of the area median income (AMI) to include housing for people at 0% to 120% of the AMI; (2) amend the Home Improvement Preservation Program (HIPP) and the Dallas Homebuyer Assistance Program (DHAP) to improve program utilization and reduce administrative expenses; (3) amend and restate the DHAP Targeted Homebuyer Incentive Program (DHAP Targeted); (4) amend the tenants served under the Tenant Based Rental Assistance program; (5) amend the Land Transfer Program contract extension provision; (6) create a Targeted Rehabilitation Program (TRP) to provide grants or loans to eligible residents in targeted neighborhoods for housing rehabilitation and delegate authority to the City Manager to modify certain elements outlined in the appendix in an amount not to exceed $2,750,000.00; (7) amend the Neighborhood Empowerment Zone Program to include a definition of income; (8) amend Appendix 2 - Single Family Development Underwriting to amend elements including procurement methods, eligible homeowners, loan types and terms, and cost limitations; (9) add the West Dallas TRP Sub-Program Module as Appendix 18; and (10) add the Tenth Street Historic District TRP Sub-Program Module as Appendix 19; and (11) amend the New Construction and Substantial Rehabilitation Program and Appendix 2 to allow Community Housing Development Organizations to retain a percentage of proceeds in HOME funded-projects as determined on a project-by-project basis; (b) appropriations for the TRP from the Equity Revitalization Capital Fund; and (c) the City Manager to execute individual agreements and other necessary documents up to $60,000.00 in accordance with the in accordance with the HIPP, DHAP, DHAP Targeted, and TRP, without further City Council approval - in an amount not to exceed $2,750,000.00 - Financing: Equity Revitalization Capital Fund

Item 11

Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to the professional services contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. through an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Addison to conduct Phase II of the Americans with Disabilities Act Self Evaluation and Transition Plan, which includes the development of the Sidewalk Master Plan; and extend the term of the contract for an additional six-months from the original professional services contract - Not to exceed $180,000.00, from $276,000.00 to $456,000.00 - Financing: General Fund (subject to appropriations)

Item 39

Authorize (1) a five-year disclosure counsel contingency fee contract with Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP and Kintop Smith, PLLC, most qualified respondents of seven, to provide disclosure counsel and disclosure co-counsel services with the hourly rates and opinion fees as set forth in the resolution; and (2) five-year bond counsel contingency fee contracts with McCall Parkhurst & Horton, L.L.P. and Escamilla & Poneck, Inc. LLP (Team A, Enterprise Bond) and Bracewell LLP and West & Associates, L.L.P. (Team B, General Obligation Bond), most qualified respondents of four, to provide bond counsel and co-bond counsel service in accordance with the hourly rates and opinion fees as set forth in the resolution - Financing: Fees to be paid from bond proceeds, General Fund, Aviation Fund, Convention and Event Services Fund, and/or Dallas Water Utilities Fund

Item 63

ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION City Secretary's Office Consideration of appointments to boards and commissions and the evaluation and duties of board and commission members (List of nominees is available in the City Secretary's Office)

Item 64

Department of Sustainable Development and Construction Authorize the second step of acquisition for condemnation by eminent domain to acquire a wastewater easement from SDOG Investments I, L.L.C., containing a total of approximately 24,402 square feet of land, located near the intersection of Preston and Arapaho Roads for the McKamy and Osage Branch Wastewater Interceptor Project - Not to exceed $271,372.00 ($265,372.00, plus closing costs and title expenses not to exceed $6,000.00) - Financing: Wastewater Capital Improvement E Fund

Executive Session

A closed executive session may be held if the discussion of any of the above agenda items concerns one of the following: 1. seeking the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, or any matter in which the duty of the attorney to the City Council under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with the Texas Open Meetings Act. [Tex. Govt. Code §551.071] 2. deliberating the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the city in negotiations with a third person. [Tex. Govt. Code §551.072] 3. deliberating a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation to the city if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the city in negotiations with a third person. [Tex. Govt. Code §551.073] 4. deliberating the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee; or to hear a complaint or charge against an officer or employee unless the officer or employee who is the subject of the deliberation or hearing requests a public hearing. [Tex. Govt. Code §551.074] 5. deliberating the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation, of security personnel or devices. [Tex. Govt. Code §551.076] 6. discussing or deliberating commercial or financial information that the city has received from a business prospect that the city seeks to have locate, stay or expand in or near the city and with which the city is conducting economic development negotiations; or deliberating the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect. [Tex Govt . Code §551.087] 7. deliberating security assessments or deployments relating to information resources technology, network security information, or the deployment or specific occasions for implementations of security personnel, critical infrastructure, or security devices. [ Tex Govt. Code §551.089]

Item 65

ITEMS FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION Department of Transportation Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 2 to the Multiple Use Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation to include additional right-of-way adjacent to Interstate Highway (IH) 345 and Carpenter Park and adjacent to IH 45 and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and remove right-of-way adjacent to IH 345 and Canton Street from the original agreement - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (This item was deferred on May 27, 2020)

Item Z1

ZONING CASES - INDIVIDUAL A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a new subdistrict within Planned Development District No. 842 with an MD-1 Modified Delta Overlay, on the east line of Greenville Avenue, north of La Vista Drive Recommendation of Staff: Denial Recommendation of CPC: Approval, subject to conditions Z190-139(PD)

Item Z2

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a Specific Use Permit for a microbrewery, distillery, or winery on property zoned Subdistrict A within Planned Development District No. 269, the Deep Ellum/Near East Side District, on the north side of Canton Street, west of South Malcolm X Boulevard Recommendation of Staff: Approval for a five-year period with eligibility for automatic renewals for additional five-year periods, subject to a site plan and conditions Recommendation of CPC: Approval for a five-year period, subject to a site plan and conditions Z190-209(PD)

Item Z3

A public hearing to receive comments regarding a City Plan Commission authorized hearing on property zoned Planned Development District No. 842 with Specific Use Permit No. 2346 for a late-hours establishment limited to a restaurant with drive-in or drive through service and with an MD-1 Modified Delta Overlay with consideration to be given to evaluating whether the Specific Use Permit is compatible with adjacent property and consistent with the character of the neighborhood, on the southwest corner of Greenville Avenue and Alta Avenue and an ordinance granting the termination of Specific Use Permit No. 2346. Recommendation of Staff: No Change Recommendation of CPC: Approval of termination of Specific Use Permit No. 2346 Z190-240(JT)

Item Z4

ZONING CASES - UNDER ADVISEMENT - INDIVIDUAL A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and a resolution accepting the amendments to deed restrictions [Z834-109] on property zoned an RR Regional Retail District and an NO(A) Neighborhood Office District, on the northwest corner of West Ledbetter Drive and South Polk Street Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval Z190-187(CT) Note: This item was deferred by the City Council before opening the public hearing on August 12, 2020, and is scheduled for consideration on August 26, 2020

Item PH1

MISCELLANEOUS HEARINGS Department of Sustainable Development and Construction An appeal of the City Plan Commission’s decision to deny a waiver of the two-year waiting period to submit an application on property zoned an R-7.5(A) Single Family District with Specific Use Permit No. 1817 for an open-enrollment charter school, on the north side of Burton Road, northeast of Leroy Road - W190-009 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Item PH2

A public hearing to receive comments on the FY 2020-21 Operating, Capital, and Grant & Trust Budgets - Financing: No cost consideration to the City



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