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Call to Order

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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Open Microphone Speakers

OPEN MICROPHONE

Item 1

Approval of Minutes of the February 23, 2022 City Council Meeting

Consent Agenda

City Attorney's Office

2. Authorize settlement of the property damage claim filed by Steven Elias Camacho Jr., Claim No. AL-22-30198 - Not to exceed $31,573.80 - Financing: Liability Reserve Fund

Department of Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization

3. Authorize the (1) sale of up to 15 Land Transfer lots to Affluency Homes LLC, and/or its affiliates (Developer) subject to restrictive covenants, a right of reverter, and execution of all necessary documents, pursuant to the City's Land Transfer Program - Estimated Revenue: General Fund $15,525.48 (Year 1 projected property tax to City of Dallas $17,482.28); (2) release of lien for all non-tax City liens, notices, or orders that were filed on up to 15 Land Transfer lots sold to Developer prior to or subsequent to the deeds transferring the lots to the City of Dallas; and (3) execution of a development agreement with Developer for the construction of up to 15 single-family homes on the Land Transfer lots - Estimated Revenue Foregone: General Fund $72,555.98

4. Authorize the Dallas Public Facility Corporation to acquire, develop, and own Oakhouse at Colorado, a mixed-income, multifamily development to be located at 900 East Colorado Boulevard (Project) and enter into a seventy-five year lease agreement with Mintwood Oakhouse DFC LLC or its affiliate for the development of the Project - Estimated Revenue Forgone: General Fund $212,343.00

Department of Planning and Urban Design

5. An ordinance authorizing a correction to (1) Ordinance No. 31893 (Planned Development District No. 553), previously approved on June 9, 2021, which amended Chapter 51A of the Dallas City Code as amended, to correct the ordinance language to eliminate an irrelevant paragraph and introduce the entire Traffic Management Plan; and (2) Ordinance No. 31991 (Planned Development District No. 1066), previously approved on September 9, 2021, which amended Chapter 51A of the Dallas City Code as amended, to correct the language regarding the parking requirements - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Department of Public Works

6. An ordinance providing for the closure and vacation to vehicular traffic of a portion of South Pearl Expressway containing approximately 12,160 square feet of land, located at the intersection of South Pearl Expressway and Taylor Street - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

7. Authorize an increase in the construction services contract with Heritage Materials LLC, to provide the additional resurfacing treatments utilizing recently approved Certificate of Obligation Funds - Not to exceed $38,700,824.10, from $154,865,242.50 to $193,566,066.60 - Financing: 2022 Certificates of Obligation Fund ($38,283,807.54) and 2023 Certificates of Obligation Fund ($417,016.56)

Department of Transportation Note: Agenda Item Nos. 8 and 9 must be considered collectively.

8. Authorize (1) a Project Specific Funding Agreement with Dallas County, Transportation - Major Capital Improvement Projects (MCIP) (Project No. 10228) in the amount of $355,000.00 reduced by $40,000.00 for County in-house project delivery costs for a total of $315,000.00, for the purpose of study/conceptual development and preliminary engineering (Phase I) for transportation improvements to the Dallas County 6th Call MCIP Project 10228 Park Lane from Greenville Avenue to Abrams Road, and Fair Oaks Avenue from Ridgecrest Road to Walnut Hill Lane; (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $315,000.00 in the Transportation Special Projects Fund; (3) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $315,000.00 from Dallas County for the County's share of the preliminary design cost in the Transportation Special Projects Fund; and (3) the disbursement of funds in an amount not to exceed $315,000.00 from the Transportation Special Projects Fund - Total amount $315,000.00 - Financing: Transportation Special Projects Fund

9. Authorize (1) an Interlocal Agreement with the Richardson Independent School District for contribution of funds towards the traffic signal installation at Walnut Hill Lane and Ferndale Road to address planned improvements to the Lake Highlands Junior High School site; (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $120,000.00 in the Transportation Special Projects Fund; (3) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $120,000.00 in the Transportation Special Projects Fund; and (4) the disbursement of funds in an amount not to exceed $120,000.00 in the Transportation Special Projects Fund - Not to exceed $120,000.00 - Financing: Transportation Special Projects Fund

10. Authorize a professional engineering services contract to design roadway modifications of Park Lane from Greenville Avenue to Hemlock Avenue, Hemlock Avenue to Abrams Road, and along Fair Oaks Avenue from Ridgecrest Road to Walnut Hill Lane including improved connectivity to the SoPac and White Rock trails; and to design reconstruction of water and wastewater infrastructure in the area - Civil Associates, Inc., most qualified proposer of six - Not to exceed $1,052,055.30 - Financing: Transportation Special Projects Fund ($315,000.00), Water Capital Improvement Fund F ($83,828.21), Wastewater Capital Improvement Fund G ($83,828.21), and Park Lane-Vickery Meadows Fund ($569,398.88)

Office of Arts and Culture

11. Authorize the (1) acceptance of donations from the Communities Foundation of Texas on behalf of Goldman, Sachs & Co. to the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture in the amount of $10,000.00; (2) receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00 in the Office of Cultural Affairs Gifts and Donations Fund; and (3) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00 in the Office of Cultural Affairs Gifts and Donations Fund - Estimated Revenue: Office of Cultural Affairs Gifts and Donations Fund $10,000.00

12. Authorize (1) the application for and acceptance of a series of supplemental grants from the U.S. Small Business Administration (Grant Nos. SBAHQ21SV001714.2, S B A H Q 2 1 S V 0 0 2 3 6 6 . 3 , a n d SBAHQ21SV002375.2, CFDA No. 59.076) for the Majestic Theater in the amount of $377,447.63 for the period July 13, 2021 through June 30, 2022, Moody Performance Hall in the amount of $147,843.64 for the period July 16, 2021 through June 30, 2022, and Latino Cultural Center in the amount of $13,439.20 for the period July 21, 2021 through June 30, 2022, representing an increase of $538,730.47 in awarded funds, and bringing the total amount of awarded funds for the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Program (SVOG) to $1,616,191.39; (2) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $377,447.63 in the CAA-Majestic Theater Fund, $147,843.64 in the CAA-Moody Performance Hall Fund and $13,439.20 in the CAA-Latino Cultural Center Fund; (3) an increase in appropriations in an amount not to exceed $377,447.63 in the CAA-Majestic Theater Fund, $147,843.64 in the CAA-Moody Performance Hall Fund, and $13,439.20 in the CAA-Latino Cultural Center Fund; and (4) execution of the SVOG agreements and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreements - Total not to exceed $538,730.47, from $1,077,460.92 to $1,616,191.39 - Financing: Small Business Administration Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Funds

13. Authorize a contract with Brad J. Goldberg, Inc. for the fabrication and installation of a site-specific artwork at Crawford Memorial Park located at 8700 Elam Road - Not to exceed $590,367.00 - Financing: Park and Recreation Facilities Fund (2006 General Obligation Bond Fund) ($454,000.00) and Park and Recreation (B) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Fund) ($136,367.00)

Office of Economic Development

14. Authorize (1) the transfer of $572,000.00 from the Skillman Corridor TIF District Fund to the Transportation Special Projects Fund to implement a public street lighting improvement project in Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Number Fourteen (Skillman Corridor TIF District); (2) an increase in appropriations in an amount not to exceed $572,000.00 in the Transportation Special Projects Fund; and (3) the disbursement of funds in an amount not to exceed $572,000.00 from the Transportation Special Projects Fund - Not to exceed $572,000.00 - Financing: Skillman Corridor TIF District Fund

15. Authorize (1) the transfer the programmatic elements and funding of the South Dallas Fair Park Opportunity Fund from the Office of Economic Development (OED) to the Small Business Center (SBC); and (2) the SBC Director to take any actions necessary to administer those programs and related agreements that transferred from OED to SBC under Section 4(11) in the Operating and Capital Budgets’ Appropriations Ordinance (Ordinance No. 32000) - Financing: This action has future cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information)

Office of Procurement Services

16. Authorize a two-year cooperative purchasing agreement for the purchase of social media investigative software for the Police Department with Software House International through The Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) agreement - Estimated amount of $243,353.00 - Financing: General Fund ($93,353.00) and BJA FY 19 Gulf States Regional Law Enforcement Technology Assistance Initiative Grant ($150,000.00)

17. Authorize a three-year master agreement for the purchase of temporary signs, permanent sign posts, and installation hardware for permanent signs to be utilized citywide - Atkore International, Inc. in the estimated amount of $551,076.42 and Dyna Engineering, Ltd. in the estimated amount of $110,202.23, lowest responsible bidders of four - Total estimated amount of $661,278.65 - Financing: General Fund

18. Authorize the second of three, one-year renewal options, to the master agreement with VetSource Mobility, LLC for ruggedized mobile data computers for the Department of Information and Technology Services - Not to exceed $2,100,460.42 - Financing Communication Service Fund ($1,100,460.42) and 2022 Master Lease-Equipment Fund ($1,000,000.00)

19. Authorize a six-month service contract for emergency shelter services for the homeless for the Office of Homeless Solutions - Austin Street Center (f/k/a Shelter Ministries of Dallas d/b/a Austin Street Center), most advantageous proposers of four - Not to exceed $325,000 - Financing: 2020 CARES Act Relief ESG #2 Fund

20. Authorize (1) a three-year service contract, with one two-year renewal options, for enhanced employee benefits to include pet insurance, financial well-being, and entertainment discounts - MetLife Pet Insurance Solutions, LLC, PNC Bank National Association, and W.J. Alexander & Associates, P.C., most advantageous proposers of seventeen; and (2) a three-year service contract, with one two-year renewal option, for an educational and financial wellness resources portal - Navarro Insurance Group, L.P., most advantageous proposer of seventeen - Not to exceed $90,000 - Financing: Employee Benefits Fund (subject to annual appropriations)

21. Authorize a three-year service price agreement, with one two-year renewal option, for executive and professional search firms for multiple areas of expertise for the Department of Human Resources with a total estimated amount for the initial term of $1,752,800.00, and one two-year renewal option in a total estimated amount of $612,032.50, as detailed in the Fiscal Information section - POLIHIRE Strategy Corporation in an estimated amount of $517,500.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $172,500.00, GovHR USA in an estimated amount of $819,650.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $300,982.50, Confidential Search Solutions LLC in an estimated amount of $54,000.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $18,000.00, SENSA Solutions Inc. dba Korn Ferry Government Consulting Services in an estimated amount of $186,900.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $62,300.00, vTech Solutions Inc. in an estimated amount of $90,000.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $30,000.00, and Lincoln Leadership Advisors LLC in an estimated amount of $84,750.00, with one two-year renewal option in an estimated amount of $28,250.00 - most advantageous proposers of nineteen - Total estimated amount of $2,364,832.50 - Financing: General Fund

22. Authorize (1) amending the five-year service price agreement for janitorial services for Fire-Rescue locations with Unicare Building Maintenance, Inc. previously approved on June 9, 2021, by Resolution No. 21-1012, in the amount of $392,224.88, reducing the contract from $937,401.24 to $545,176.36; and (2) Supplemental Agreement No. 1 for janitorial services for Fire-Rescue locations to Oriental Building Services, Inc., next highest-ranking proposer - Estimated amount of $421,788.00, from $7,627,697.04 to $8,049,485.04 - Financing: General Fund

23. Authorize a five-year service price agreement for employee shuttle services at Dallas Love Field for the Department of Aviation with ABM Aviation, Inc. through a cooperative purchasing program as authorized by an interlocal agreement with DFW Airport - Estimated amount of $10,018,381.03 - Financing: Aviation Fund

24. Authorize a five-year service price agreement for inspection and maintenance of mast and street lighting for the Water Utilities Department - Dalworth Lighting and Electrical, only bidder - Estimated amount of $8,195,848.58 - Financing: Dallas Water Utilities Fund

25. Authorize a five-year service price agreement for maintenance and support of the existing field collection reading system software application and meter reading handheld devices for the Water Utilities Department - Itron, Inc., sole source - Estimated amount of $1,036,713.95 - Financing: Dallas Water Utilities Fund ($636,713.95) and Water Construction ($400,000.00)

26. Authorize a five-year service price agreement, for legal advertising with a locally published newspaper of mass distribution with major circulation for citywide use - The Dallas Morning News, sole source - Estimated amount of $2,462,543.83 - Financing: General Fund ($2,009,545.90) and Enterprise Funds ($452,997.93)

27. Authorize (1) a Consent to Assignment and Assumption of two elevator, escalator, and moving sidewalk maintenance and repair service contracts from Southwest Elevator Company dba Oracle Elevator Company of Texas to Oracle Elevator Holdco, Inc.; (2) Supplemental Agreement No. 3 to increase the service contract with Oracle Elevator Holdco, Inc. dba EMR Elevator for elevator and escalator maintenance and repair at various City facilities - Not to exceed $1,060,732.75, from $4,242,931.00 to $5,303,663.75; (3) Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to increase the service contract with Oracle Elevator Holdco, Inc. dba EMR Elevator in the amount of $1,048,079.62, from $4,177,152.00 to $5,225,231.62 and Otis Elevator in the amount of $349,359.87, from $1,412,605.99 to $1,761,965.86 for elevator, escalator, and moving sidewalk maintenance and repair for the Department of Aviation and the Water Utilities Department through The Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) agreement and to extend the term from March 22, 2022 to March 23, 2023 - Total not to exceed $1,397,439.49, from $5,589,757.99 to $6,987,197.48; and (4) the ratification of $292,876.08 to pay outstanding invoices to Oracle Elevator Holdco, Inc. dba EMR Elevator and Otis Elevator for elevator, escalator, and moving sidewalks maintenance and repairs - Total not to exceed $2,751,048.32, from $9,832,688.99 to $12,583,737.31 - Financing: General Fund ($1,060,732.75), Aviation Fund ($1,340,955.70), and Dallas Water Utilities Fund ($349,359.87) (subject to annual appropriations)

28. Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to exercise the two-year renewal option to the service contract with Mark III Systems, Inc. through the Texas Department of Information Resources cooperative agreement for continued hardware support and maintenance for the City's existing data aggregation platform - Not to exceed $248,000 - Financing: Data Services Fund (subject to annual appropriations)

29. Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to increase the service contract with CLS Sewer Equipment Co., Inc. in the amount of $149,418.75, from $597,675.00 to $747,093.75, Green Equipment Company in the amount of $83,750.00, from $335,000.00 to $418,750.00, and Reliability Point LLC in the amount of $38,750.00, from $155,000.00 to $193,750.00 for sewer and storm drain camera repair services, parts, and accessories for the Water Utilities Department - Total not to exceed $271,918.75, from $1,087,675.00 to $1,359,593.75 - Financing: Dallas Water Utilities Fund ($200,000.00) and Stormwater Drainage Management-Operations Fund ($71,918.75) (subject to annual appropriations)

30. Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to increase the service contract with First Class Auto, Inc. for vehicle and equipment body collision repair services for the Department of Equipment and Fleet Management - Not to exceed $2,800,000.00, from $11,479,158.60 to $14,279,158.60 - Financing: Equipment and Fleet Management Fund (subject to annual appropriations)

31. Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 2 to exercise the second of two, one-year renewal options, with Hach Company, for wastewater flowmeter monitoring services for the Water Utilities Department - Not to exceed $500,000 - Financing: Wastewater Construction Fund (subject to annual appropriations)

32. Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 31 to exercise the second of two, two-year renewal options, to the service contract with Deloitte Consulting, LLP for managed services, support, hosted infrastructure, and professional services for the utility billing system for the Water Utilities Department to be managed by the Department of Information and Technology Services - Not to exceed $10,832,200.08 - Financing: Data Services Fund (subject to annual appropriations)

Park & Recreation Department

33. Authorize a twenty-year lease agreement with the City of Garland, for a tract of land located at 12600 Hornbeam Drive containing approximately 217,800 square feet to be managed, operated, and maintained by the City of Dallas as part of Friendship Park located at 12700 Hornbeam Drive - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Police Department

34. Authorize (1) an Interlocal Agreement with the University of Texas at San Antonio funded through a grant from the 2021 BJA FY 21 Smart Policing I n i t i a t i v e G r a n t ( F e d e r a l / S t a t e A w a r d I D . N o . 15PBJA-21-GG-04375-SMTP, CFDA No. 16.738) in the amount of $128,808.00 for the purpose of funding for evaluation and monitoring the initiative of the Dallas Police Department by the University of Texas at San Antonio; and (2) execution of the agreement and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreement - Not to exceed $128,808.00 - Financing: U.S. Department of Justice Grant Funds

Water Utilities Department

35. Authorize a construction services contract for the installation of water and wastewater mains at seven locations (list attached to the Agenda Information Sheet) - Ark Contracting Services, LLC, lowest responsible bidder of three - Not to exceed $24,930,109.00 - Financing: Wastewater Capital Improvement F Fund ($12,791,300.00), Water (Drinking Water) - TWDB 2020 Fund ($6,472,446.77), Water (Drinking Water) - TWDB 2019 Fund ($3,388,806.23), Wastewater (Clean Water) - 2021 TWDB Fund ($1,452,720.49), Wastewater (Clean Water) - 2020 TWDB Fund ($802,668.51), and Water Construction Fund ($22,167.00)

36. Authorize a construction services contract for dredging of the pond located within Watercrest Park at Lake Highlands Town Center located at 7070 Skillman Street - Energy Resources, Inc., lowest responsible bidder of two - Not to exceed $2,800,700.00 - Financing: Flood Control (D) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Funds) ($1,600,000.00) and Skillman Corridor TIF District Fund ($1,200,700.00)

37. Authorize a construction services contract for the installation of water and wastewater main improvements at 32 locations (list attached to the Agenda Information Sheet) - Muniz Construction, Inc., lowest responsible bidder of three - Not to exceed $26,056,477.00 - Financing: Wastewater (Clean Water) - 2021 TWDB Fund ($3,964,000.00), Wastewater Capital Improvement F Fund ($10,015,152.00), and Water (Drinking Water) - TWDB 2020 Fund ($12,077,325.00)

Item 15

Authorize (1) the transfer the programmatic elements and funding of the South Dallas Fair Park Opportunity Fund from the Office of Economic Development (OED) to the Small Business Center (SBC); and (2) the SBC Director to take any actions necessary to administer those programs and related agreements that transferred from OED to SBC under Section 4(11) in the Operating and Capital Budgets’ Appropriations Ordinance (Ordinance No. 32000) - Financing: This action has future cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information)

Item 20

Authorize (1) a three-year service contract, with one two-year renewal options, for enhanced employee benefits to include pet insurance, financial well-being, and entertainment discounts - MetLife Pet Insurance Solutions, LLC, PNC Bank National Association, and W.J. Alexander & Associates, P.C., most advantageous proposers of seventeen; and (2) a three-year service contract, with one two-year renewal option, for an educational and financial wellness resources portal - Navarro Insurance Group, L.P., most advantageous proposer of seventeen - Not to exceed $90,000 - Financing: Employee Benefits Fund (subject to annual appropriations)

Item 26

Authorize a five-year service price agreement, for legal advertising with a locally published newspaper of mass distribution with major circulation for citywide use - The Dallas Morning News, sole source - Estimated amount of $2,462,543.83 - Financing: General Fund ($2,009,545.90) and Enterprise Funds ($452,997.93)

Item 38

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 39

An ordinance abandoning a portion of a sanitary sewer easement to Isosceles Development L.P., the abutting owner, containing approximately 2,474 square feet of land, located near the intersection of Cesar Chavez Boulevard and Main Street - Revenue: General Fund $5,400.00, plus the $20.00 ordinance publication fee (This item was deferred on February 23, 2022)

Item 40

An ordinance amending Chapter 20A, “Fair Housing and Mixed Income Housing,” of the Dallas City Code by amending Sections 20A-2, 20A-3, 20A-8, 20A-14, and 20A-15; (1) providing an updated declaration of policy, (2) providing a definition of sex; (3) providing that the administrator may issue subpoenas to compel the attendance of witnesses or the production of documents; (4) deleting the provision that venue for a civil action brought to enforce a conciliation agreement or a charge under Section 20A-12 is in Dallas County; (5) providing a clarification on calculating the two year period during which an aggrieved person may bring a civil action to seek relief for a discriminatory housing practice; (6) providing a penalty not to exceed $500.00; (7) providing a saving clause; (8) providing a severability clause; and (9) providing an effective date - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (This item was deferred on February 23, 2022)

Item 41

Authorize payment of the judgment for Vinson Lewis in the lawsuit styled Vinson Lewis v. City of Dallas, Cause No. DC-19-15769 - Not to exceed $67,654.41 - Financing: Liability Reserve Fund

Item 42

An ordinance amending Chapter 34, “Personnel Rules,” of the Dallas City Code by amending Section 34-22.3; (1) expanding paid mental health leave for peace officers to all city employees; (2) providing a saving clause; (3) providing a severability clause; and (4) providing an effective date - Estimated amount of $705,600.00 annually - Financing: General Fund ($592,782.00), Enterprise Funds ($67,930.00), and Internal Service and Other Funds ($44,888.00) (see Fiscal Information)

Item 43

Authorize acquisition from Paradise Missionary Baptist Church, of approximately 304,920 square feet of land, located near the intersection of University Hills Boulevard and Camp Wisdom Road for the University Hills Infrastructure Project - Not to exceed $357,000.00 ($350,000.00, plus closing costs and title expenses not to exceed $7,000.00) - Financing: Street and Alley Improvement Fund ($281,000.00) and Water Utilities Capital G Fund ($76,000.00)

Item 44

Consideration of a resolution condemning Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine and standing with the Ukrainian people, with the Ukrainian community that now calls Dallas home, and with people in Russia and all over the world who are calling for peace and an end to Vladimir Putin’s war; and support for the coalition of nations imposing sanctions on Russia and encourages its international business, civic, and philanthropic communities to support the Ukrainian people in all possible ways in their fight to retain their freedom - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Item 45

Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 6 to increase the service contract with AAA Data Communications, Inc. for voice and data cable installation services at City facilities for the Department of Information and Technology Services - Not to exceed $1,488,800.01, from $9,022,090.62 to $10,510,890.63 - Financing: Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund

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Item Z1

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an MF-2(A)-D Multifamily District with a D Liquor Control Overlay on property zoned a CR-D Community Retail District with a D Liquor Control Overlay, on the east line of South Corinth Street Road, north of Morrell Avenue Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval Z212-103(RM)

Item Z5

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a D(A) Duplex District and a resolution accepting deed restrictions volunteered by the applicant on property zoned an R-7.5(A) Single Family District, on the northwest line of Capitol Avenue, northeast of North Carroll Avenue Recommendation of Staff: Approval Recommendation of CPC: Approval, subject to deed restrictions volunteered by the applicant Z201-249(MP)

Item Z11

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for (1) a CS Commercial Service District on property zoned Subdistrict 2 within Planned Development District No. 534, the C.F. Hawn Special Purpose District No. 2, partially within a D-1 Liquor Control Overlay, and an R-7.5(A) Single Family District; and (2) the termination of deed restrictions [Z889-170] on property zoned a CS Commercial Service District, on the southwest line of C.F. Hawn Frontage Road, east of Dowdy Ferry Road Recommendation of Staff: Approval of the portion of the area of request currently zoned Subdistrict 2 within Planned Development District No. 534, the C.F. Hawn Special Purpose District No. 2, with a D-1 Liquor Control Overlay; and denial of the termination of deed restrictions [Z889-170] on property zoned a CS Commercial Service District Recommendation of CPC: (1) Denial without prejudice of a CS Commercial Service District; and (2) denial without prejudice of the termination of deed restrictions [Z889-170] Z201-239(RM) Note: This item was deferred by the City Council before opening public hearings on January 26, 2022 and February 9, 2022, and is scheduled for consideration on March 9, 2022

Items Z2 - Z4

Z2. A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a Specific Use Permit for an alcoholic beverage establishment limited to a bar, lounge or tavern on property zoned Tract A within Planned Development District No. 269, the Deep Ellum/Near East Side District, on the south line of Elm Street, between North Crowdus Street and North Good Latimer Expressway Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval for a one-year period, subject to a site plan and conditions Z212-112(MP)

Z3. A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting the renewal of Specific Use Permit No. 1881 for a late-hours establishment limited to a restaurant without drive-in or drive-through service on property zoned Planned Development District No. 842 with an MD-1 Modified Delta Overlay District, on the northwest corner of Greenville Avenue and Bell Avenue Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval for a three-year period, subject to conditions Z212-135(OA)

Z4. A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a Specific Use Permit for a bar, lounge or tavern and an inside commercial amusement use limited to live music venue on property within the Tract A portion of Planned Development District No. 269, the Deep Ellum/Near East Side Special Purpose District, on the south line of Elm Street, west of Crowdus Street Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval for a three-year period, subject to a site plan and conditions Z212-137(OA)

Item Z6

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a Planned Development District for MF-2(A) Multifamily District uses on property zoned a CR Community Retail District, on the southeast line of Garland Road, east of the intersection of Garland Road and Peavy Road Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval, subject to a development plan and conditions Z201-254(RM)

Item Z7

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an amendment to Planned Development District No. 393, at the northwest corner of Greenville Avenue and Old Greenville Road Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval, subject to a Subarea Map, a Conceptual Plan for Subarea 2, and conditions Z201-311(JM/AU)

Item Z8

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for an amendment to Tract 1A within Planned Development District No. 240, at the northeast corner of South Hampton Road and Beckleymeade Avenue Recommendation of Staff: Hold under advisement until determination if PD provision for an internal street is appropriate. Recommendation of CPC: Denial without prejudice. Z201-348(MP)

Item Z9

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a Specific Use Permit for an alcoholic beverage establishment limited to a private-club bar on property zoned Subdistrict 3B within Planned Development District No. 830, the Bishop Arts Mixed Use District, at the southeast corner of North Madison Avenue and West 9th Street Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval for a two-year period, subject to a site plan and conditions Z201-352(MP)

Item Z10

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an MF-2(A) Multifamily District on property zoned a CR Community Retail District with consideration for a WR-3 Walkable Urban Residential District, on the northeast line of North Garrett Avenue, northwest of Ross Avenue Recommendation of Staff: Approval of a WR-3 Walkable Urban Residential District, in lieu of the MF-2(A) Multifamily District Recommendation of CPC: Approval of the MF-2(A) Multifamily District Z212-123(RM)

Item PH1

A public hearing to receive comments on the adoption of Reprogramming Budget No. 1 (Substantial Amendment No. 3) to the FY 2021-22 Action Plan to: (a) use unspent prior year CDBG Funds in the amount of $2,569,591 for the Residential Development Acquisition Loan Program and (b) use unspent CDBG CARES Act Relief Fund No. 3 (CDBG-COVID) Funds in the amount of $250,000 in the Digital Navigators Program for the Eviction Assistance Initiative; and, at the close of the public hearing, authorize final adoption of Reprogramming Budget No. 1 (Substantial Amendment No. 3) to the FY 2021-22 Action Plan - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information)

Item PH2

A public hearing to receive comments on the FY 2022-23 Operating, Capital, and Grant & Trust Budgets - Financing: No cost consideration to the City



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