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Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

Open Microphone Speakers

Open Microphone Speakers

Item 1

Approval of Minutes of the April 14, 2021 City Council Meeting

Consent Agenda

Budget and Management Services 2. Authorize (1) preliminary adoption of the FY 2021-22 HUD Consolidated Plan Budget for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Grant Funds in an estimated amount of $30,999,341 for the following programs and estimated amounts: (a) Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $14,867,635; (b) HOME Investment Partnerships Program in the amount of $5,897,968; (c) Emergency Solutions Grant in the amount of $1,290,230; (d) Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS in the amount of $7,943,508; and (e) estimated Program Income in the amount of $1,000,000; and (2) a public hearing to be held on May 26, 2021 to receive comments on the proposed use of funds - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) City Attorney's Office 3. Authorize settlement of the lawsuit styled Kojo Nkansah v. The City of Dallas, Cause No. DC-16-13943 - Not to exceed $46,300.00 - Financing: Liability Reserve Fund Department of Aviation 4. Authorize (1) a construction services contract for the Dallas Airport System Exterior Lighting Improvements at Dallas Love Field - Holt Construction Corporation, lowest responsible bidder of four; and (2) an increase in appropriations in an amount not to exceed $570,508.91 in the Aviation Construction Fund - Not to exceed $1,539,437.56 - Financing: Aviation Construction Fund 5. Department of Convention and Event Services An ordinance amending Chapter 42A, “Special Events; Neighborhood Markets; Dallas Street Seats; Dallas Farmers Market Farmers Market; Streetlight Pole Banners,” of the Dallas City Code by amending Section 42A-12 for the purpose of providing an extension of the temporary parklet program provisions until September 30, 2021 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) Department of Equipment and Fleet Management 6. Authorize (1) a settlement and release agreement with Navistar, Inc. and Southwest International Trucks, Inc., to resolve all potential claims and causes of action by and between them arising out of the performance of a 2017 International Model “Bucket Truck”; (2) a vehicle exchange agreement with Southwest International Trucks, Inc., to allow for the return of the 2017 International Model “Bucket Truck” in exchange for a 2022 International Model “Bucket Truck;” and (3) execution of both the vehicle exchange and settlement and release agreement and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreements - Financing: No cost consideration to the City Department of Human Resources 7. A resolution reappointing Mark S. Swann, as City Auditor for a two-year term, effective May 1, 2021 - Not to exceed $477,380.00 - Financing: General Fund Department of Public Works 8. Authorize Amendment No. 1 to the Advanced Funding Agreement (CSJ No. 0918-47-147) with the Texas Department of Transportation for the Participation-Waived Project of the Federal Off-system Bridge Replacement or Rehabilitation Program, Second Avenue Bridge (northbound) at White Rock Creek, Nation Bridge Inventory (NBI) Structure Number 18-057-0-9S23-40-003 to grant the City additional time, from three calendar years to five calendar years, to complete its Equivalent Match Project, Second Avenue Bridge (southbound) at White Rock Creek, NBI Structure Number 18-057-0-9S23-40-008 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City 9. Authorize a construction services contract for the construction of target neighborhood improvements for Street Group 12-462 which includes Gooch Street from South Lancaster Road to Tracy Road and Yancy Street from Carbondale Street to Saipan Street - Jeske Construction Company, lowest responsible bidder of seven - Not to exceed $4,097,831.00 - Financing: Street and Transportation (A) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Funds) ($2,771,495.00), Street and Alley Improvement Fund ($329,422.00), Wastewater Construction Fund ($39,808.00), Wastewater Capital Improvement E Fund ($402,580.00), Water Construction Fund ($45,632.00), and Water Capital Improvement D Fund ($508,894.00) 10. Estimated Revenue Foregone: Street and Transportation (A) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Fund) (-$2,000,000.00) and 2012 General Obligation Bond Funds (-$195,000.00, over a five-year period) 11. Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 9 to the professional services contract with TranSystems Corporation for additional engineering design of water and wastewater mains and necessary design modification of the proposed Commerce Street water and wastewater main improvements to accommodate the complete street improvement design for Commerce Street from Good Latimer Expressway to Hall Street for the Deep Ellum Streetscape Project - Not to exceed $139,780.00, from $1,507,214.00 to $1,646,994.00 - Financing: Water Capital Improvement D Fund ($83,868.00) and Wastewater Capital Improvement E Fund ($55,912.00) Department of Sustainable Development and Construction 12. An ordinance abandoning portions of an access, drainage and utility easement and eleven utility easements to Orion Sky Investments, LLC, the abutting owner, containing a total of approximately 34,857 square feet of land, located near the intersection of Noel and Spring Valley Roads - Revenue: General Fund $12,400.00, plus the $20.00 ordinance publication fee 13. An ordinance abandoning a portion of Matilda Street to Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC, the abutting owner, containing approximately 4,440 square feet of land, located near the intersection of Lovers Lane and Matilda Street; and authorizing the quitclaim - Revenue: General Fund $5,400.00, plus the $20.00 ordinance publication fee 14. An ordinance granting a private license to Davis 1309 Main LLC, for the use of approximately 54 square feet of aerial space to utilize, occupy and maintain an awning with a premise sign over a portion of Main Street right-of-way near its intersection with Field Street - Revenue: General Fund $1,000.00 annually, plus the $20.00 ordinance publication fee 15. An ordinance granting a private license to Robbie Drive, Ltd., for the use of approximately 1,600 square feet of land space to install, maintain and utilize a sidewalk café with railing, awning with a premise sign and string lights with four steel tube support posts on a portion of Parkhouse Street right-of-way located near its intersection with Core Street - Revenue: General Fund $1,200.00 annual fee, plus the $200.00 one-time fee and $20.00 ordinance publication fee 16. An ordinance granting a private license to Westdale Main Ltd. and Elm Street Lofts, Ltd for the use of a total of approximately 351 square feet of land to occupy, maintain and utilize six awnings without premise signs and three trees on portions of Elm Street right-of-way near its intersection with Good Latimer Expressway - Revenue: General Fund $700.00 one-time fee, plus the $20.00 ordinance publication fee 17. A resolution (1) declaring approximately 141,134 square feet of improved land, together with approximately 10,750 square feet of building improvements unwanted and unneeded, located in Collin County near the intersection of Dickerson Street and Maribeth Drive, and authorizing its advertisement for sale by public auction; (2) establishing a reserve for the auctioned surplus property; and (3) authorizing a Purchase and Sale Agreement to be prepared for the auctioned surplus property receiving the highest qualified bid that meets or exceeds the reserve - Estimated Revenue: TBD 20. Authorize the (1) acceptance of a grant from the Summerlee Foundation Care of Communities Foundation of Texas in the amount of $50,000.00 for the restoration of the Juanita J. Craft Civil Rights House for the period April 28, 2021 through April 27, 2022; (2) receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 in the Juanita Craft Summerlee Foundation Grant Fund; (3) establishment of appropriations in amount not to exceed $50,000.00 in the Juanita Craft Summerlee Foundation Grant Fund; and (4) execution of the grant agreement with the Summerlee Foundation and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreement - Not to exceed $50,000.00 - Financing: Summerlee Foundation Care of Communities Foundation of Texas Grant Funds 21. A resolution authorizing the ArtsActivate 2022 Program, a project-based cultural support program within the Office of Arts and Culture to support art and cultural services in the City of Dallas for FY 2021-22, and approving the program guidelines - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) 22. Authorize the (1) acceptance of a grant from the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc. for the Financial Empowerment Center Planning Grant in the amount of $20,000.00 to support a Financial Empowerment Centers planning project for the period February 1, 2021 through January 30, 2022; (2) receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $20,000.00 in the Financial Empowerment Centers Grant Fund; (3) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $20,000.00 in the Financial Empowerment Centers Grant Fund; and (4) execution of the grant agreement and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreement - Not to exceed $20,000.00 - Financing: Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc. Grant Funds 23. Authorize the (1) receipt of additional funding under the five year contract with Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) (Contract No. HHS000802300001, CFDA Nos. 10.557 and 10.561) for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) to (a) revise the budget to allow for the acceptance of additional grant funds to increase the FY 2021 allocation in the amount of $1,912,511.00, from $13,601,737.00 to $15,514,248.00, and to (b) distribute additional funds in the amount of $1,316,011.00 in the FY 2021 WIC Program - Women, Infants and Children Grant Fund and in the amount of $596,500.00 in the FY 2021 WIC Program - COVID Extra Funding Fund for the period October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021; and (2) execution and agreement to all terms and conditions of any contract amendment or other document required to receive such additional funding - Not to exceed $1,912,511.00, from $13,601,737.00 to $15,514,248.00 - Financing: Health and Human Services Commission Grant Funds Office of Community Care 22. Authorize the (1) acceptance of a grant from the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc. for the Financial Empowerment Center Planning Grant in the amount of $20,000.00 to support a Financial Empowerment Centers planning project for the period February 1, 2021 through January 30, 2022; (2) receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $20,000.00 in the Financial Empowerment Centers Grant Fund; (3) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $20,000.00 in the Financial Empowerment Centers Grant Fund; and (4) execution of the grant agreement and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreement - Not to exceed $20,000.00 - Financing: Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc. Grant Funds 23. Authorize the (1) receipt of additional funding under the five year contract with Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) (Contract No. HHS000802300001, CFDA Nos. 10.557 and 10.561) for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) to (a) revise the budget to allow for the acceptance of additional grant funds to increase the FY 2021 allocation in the amount of $1,912,511.00, from $13,601,737.00 to $15,514,248.00, and to (b) distribute additional funds in the amount of $1,316,011.00 in the FY 2021 WIC Program - Women, Infants and Children Grant Fund and in the amount of $596,500.00 in the FY 2021 WIC Program - COVID Extra Funding Fund for the period October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021; and (2) execution and agreement to all terms and conditions of any contract amendment or other document required to receive such additional funding - Not to exceed $1,912,511.00, from $13,601,737.00 to $15,514,248.00 - Financing: Health and Human Services Commission Grant Funds Office of Economic Development 24. Authorize a public hearing to be held on June 9, 2021, to receive comments concerning the second extension of the Public/Private Partnership Program Guidelines and Criteria for the period July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City 25. Authorize (1) a public hearing to be held on May 26, 2021, to receive comments concerning the renewal of the Klyde Warren Park/Dallas Arts District Public Improvement District (the District), in accordance with Chapter 372 of the Texas Local Government Code (the Act), for the specified area of the District, for the purpose of providing supplemental public services, to be funded by an assessment on real property and real property improvements in the District; and, at the close of the public hearing; (2) approval of a resolution renewing the District for a period of ten years; (3) approval of the District’s Service Plan for 2022-2031 for the purpose of providing supplemental public services, to be funded by assessments on real property and real property improvements in the District; and (4) approval of a management contract with Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation, a Texas nonprofit corporation as the management entity for the District - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information) Office of Environmental Quality & Sustainability 27. Authorize the (1) acceptance of grant funds from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency passed through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) (Contract No. 582-21-22370, CFDA No. 97.091) in an amount not to exceed $581,027.03 to conduct the Whole Air Monitoring Program for the period May 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022; (2) establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $581,027.03 in the TCEQ 21-22 Whole Air Monitoring Program Fund; (3) receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $581,027.03 from TCEQ in the TCEQ 21-22 Whole Air Monitoring Program Fund; and (4) execution of the contract and all terms, conditions, and documents required by the agreement - Not to exceed $581,027.03 - Financing: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Grant Funds 28. An ordinance amending Chapter 2, “Administration,” of the Dallas City Code by (1) amending Sections 2-120 thru 2-124; (2) creating an environmental commission; (3) providing functions of the environmental commission; (4) providing a saving clause; (5) providing a severability clause; and (6) providing an effective date - Financing: No cost consideration to the City Office of Procurement Services 29. Authorize a two-year master agreement for the purchase of frictional asphaltic preservation treatment and pre-treatment concentrate for the Department of Public Works - Hall Brothers, Inc., sole source - Estimated amount of $1,520,250 - Financing: General Fund 30. Authorize a three-year master agreement for the purchase of bagged cement and related items for the Department of Public Works - HD Supply Construction & Industrial-White Cap in the estimated amount of $1,618,632.27 and Crafco, Inc. in the estimated amount of $757,483.89, lowest responsible bidders of two - Total estimated amount of $2,376,116.16 - Financing: General Fund 31. Authorize a three-year master agreement for the purchase of pre-cast water meter vaults and fiberglass manholes for the Water Utilities Department - Oldcastle Precast, Inc. in the estimated amount of $79,930 and FCX Performance, Inc. dba Pierce Pump Company in the estimated amount of $61,700, lowest responsible bidders of three - Total estimated amount of $141,630 - Financing: Dallas Water Utilities Fund 32. Authorize an increase to the master agreement with Nieman Printing, Inc. for the purchase of printed utility bill inserts for the Water Utilities Department - Not to exceed $138,136, from $552,744.00 to $690,880.00 - Financing: Dallas Water Utilities Fund 33. Authorize a two-year service contract for the development and implementation of a violence intervention program for the Office of Integrated Public Safety Solutions - Youth Advocate Programs, Inc., most advantageous proposer of three - Not to exceed $1,600,000 - Financing: General Fund (subject to annual appropriations) 34. Authorize a three-year service price agreement for scrap tire removal from the Trinity River and removal of trash and debris from creeks, channels, vacant lots, and Lake Ray Hubbard for the Water Utilities Department - Good Earth Corporation, lowest responsible bidder of two - Estimated amount of $2,620,000 - Financing: Stormwater Drainage Management Fund ($2,500,000) and Dallas Water Utilities Fund ($120,000) 35. Authorize a three-year service price agreement for court reporting services for various City departments - Magna Legal Services, most advantageous proposer of two - Estimated amount of $288,508.24 - Financing: General Fund ($88,440.05) and Liability Reserve Fund ($200,068.19) 36. Authorize a five-year acquisition contract for the purchase of hardware, software, licenses, and warranty of broadcast and multimedia production infrastructure for a Fair Park Multimedia Center for Communication, Outreach, and Marketing - Digital Resources, Inc., most advantageous proposer of four - Not to exceed $3,860,294.94 - Financing: Public, Educational, and Governmental Access Fund 37. Authorize the purchase of a portable barricading system for the Police Department with Security 20/20, Inc. dba Security Pro USA through the General Services Administration cooperative agreement - Not to exceed $99,895 - Financing: U.S. Department of Homeland Security Grant Funds 38. Authorize the sale of one 2020 Chevrolet Suburban through a public auction ending March 30, 2021 to Zameer Fazal in the amount of $21,500, highest bidder - Revenue: General Fund ($18,275) and Express Business Center Fund ($3,225) Park & Recreation Department 40. Authorize a professional services contract with Dunaway Associates, L.P. for conceptual design and surveying services for a park development plan for the Cadillac Heights Park - Phase I Project located near the 2900 block of Cedar Crest Boulevard - Not to exceed $169,945.00 - Financing: Park and Recreation Facilities (B) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Fund) 41. Authorize a construction services contract for the construction of Phase 2 of the Dallas City Hall Median Renovations Project along South Akard Street - C. Green Scaping, only responsive bidder - Not to exceed $290,511.40 - Financing: General Fund (see Fiscal Information Section) 42. Authorize a Supplemental Agreement to the twenty-five-year management agreement with Dallas Zoological Society and Dallas Zoo Management, Inc. dba The Dallas Zoo & Aquarium Education Department for the operation and maintenance of the Dallas Zoo and the Dallas Aquarium at Fair Park to amend ARTICLE III, Sections 3.01 and 3.02 and ARTICLE XII, Section 12.05 - Not to exceed $214,648,024.00 - Financing: General Fund (see Fiscal Information) Water Utilities Department 43. Authorize a professional services contract with E Source Companies, LLC to perform a feasibility study and provide recommendations for the Citywide implementation of advanced water metering infrastructure - Not to exceed $1,459,400.00 - Financing: Water Construction Fund

Item 18

A resolution (1) declaring approximately 37,925 square feet of improved land unwanted and unneeded, located near the intersection of Forest Lane and Greenville Avenue, and authorizing its advertisement for sale by public auction; (2) authorizing a Purchase and Sale Agreement to be prepared for the auctioned surplus property receiving the highest qualified bid that is sold absolute; and (3) waiving the minimum reserve amount - Estimated Revenue: TBD

Item 19

A resolution authorizing (1) the adoption of the City of Dallas Strategic Mobility Plan (SMP) known as Connect Dallas; and (2) the coordination of initiatives and partnerships necessary to implement the actions and goals set forth in the SMP - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Item 39

A resolution to ratify an emergency construction services contract with Phoenix I Restoration and Construction, Ltd. for emergency repairs for the Hall of State Emergency Restoration Project located at 3939 Grand Avenue in Fair Park - Not to exceed $2,770,979.91 - Financing: General Fund

Item 44

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 45

A resolution amending the City Plan Commission’s Rules of Procedure by adding a new standing committee, the Comprehensive Land Use Plan Committee, and dissolving two standing committees, Urban Design Advisory and Trinity River committees - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Items 46 & 47

46. Authorize (1) a Project Specific Agreement with Dallas County for the Transit-Oriented Development Planning and Implementation Project Major Capital Improvement Program (MCIP) 10227 and MCIP 40221; (2) the receipt and deposit of funds in an amount not to exceed $234,000.00 in the Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund; and (3) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $234,000.00 in the Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund - Not to exceed $234,000.00 - Financing: Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund (This item was deferred on September 23, 2020 and January 27, 2021)

47. Authorize an eighteen-month service contract to develop an update to the forwardDallas! Comprehensive Land Use Plan for the Department of Planning and Urban Design - Houseal Lavigne Associates, LLC, most advantageous proposer of fourteen - Not to exceed $649,960 - Financing: Building Inspection Fund ($415,960) and Capital Projects Reimbursement Fund ($234,000) (This item was deferred on September 23, 2020 and January 27, 2021)

Item 48

Authorize an amendment to the Targeted Neighborhood Enhancement Program (“Program”) Statement to clarify that one of the purposes of the Program is to promote economic development by providing funding for the acquisition of improved and unimproved properties, demolition of existing structures, and assistance for private commercial, industrial, retail, residential, and mixed-use/mixed-income development in targeted neighborhoods - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Item 49

Authorize (1) acquisition from Peterson Lane Partners LLC of approximately 72,559 square feet of commercially improved land (approximately 1.66 acres) addressed as 5580 Peterson Lane located on the south side of Peterson Lane approximately 140 feet west of Montfort Drive for the future central park in the Valley View-Galleria area pursuant to the Targeted Neighborhood Enhancement Program; and (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed $213,301.46 in Valley View-Galleria Open Space Fund - Not to exceed $5,677,000.00 ($5,650,000.00, plus closing costs and title expenses not to exceed $27,000.00) - Financing: Park and Recreation Facilities Fund (2006 General Obligation Bond Funds) ($1,510,785.21), Public/Private Partnership Fund to be reimbursed in late 2021 from ECO (I) Fund (2017 General Obligation Bond Funds) ($3,000,000.00), Valley View-Galleria Open Space Fund ($213,301.46), Mall Area Redevelopment TIF District Fund ($652,913.33), and Equity Revitalization Capital Fund ($300,000.00)

Item 50

Authorize Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to (1) convert the service contract with Sigma Surveillance, Inc. dba STS 360 from an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity agreement to a fixed price, not to exceed contract of $16,327,955.38; and (2) reallocate funding within the contract from camera purchases to pay for services required for the expansion of the video surveillance camera system to be known as the Real-Time Crime Center - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Item Z2

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for a Planned Development District for an open-enrollment charter school use and R-7.5(A) Single Family District uses on property zoned an R-7.5(A) Single Family District, on the north side of R.L. Thornton Freeway (Interstate Highway 30), east of North Buckner Boulevard Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Denial Z201-130(LG)

Item Z5

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an MF-1(A) Multifamily Subdistrict on property zoned an NC Neighborhood Commercial Subdistrict within Planned Development District No. 595, the South Dallas/Fair Park Special Purpose District, on the west line of Elsie Faye Heggins Street, south of Lyons Street Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval Z201-103(CT) Note: This item was deferred by the City Council before opening the public hearing on March 24, 2021, and is scheduled for consideration on April 28, 2021

Item Z1

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting a Planned Development Subdistrict for MF-2 Multiple-Family Subdistrict uses on property zoned an MF-2 Multiple-Family Subdistrict within Planned Development District No. 193, the Oak Lawn Special Purpose District, on the southwest corner of Carlisle Street and North Hall Street Recommendation of Staff: Approval, subject to a development plan and staff’s recommended conditions Recommendation of CPC: Approval, subject to a development plan and conditions Z190-359(NN)

Item Z3

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an amendment to Planned Development District No. 539 for CR Community Retail District uses to allow MU-1 Mixed Use District uses on the southeast corner of Graham Avenue and Philip Avenue with consideration given to a Specific Use Permit for group residential use in addition to the Planned Development District amendment Recommendation of Staff and CPC: Approval, subject to a revised development plan, a landscape plan, and conditions Z178-250(AM) Note: This item was deferred by the City Council before opening the public hearing on March 24, 2021, and is scheduled for consideration on April 28, 2021

Item Z4

A public hearing to receive comments regarding an application for and an ordinance granting an amendment to Planned Development District No. 369, generally southwest of South 2nd Avenue and southeast of the Southern Pacific Railroad right-of-way Recommendation of Staff: Approval, subject to a development plan and conditions Recommendation of CPC: Approval, subject to conditions Z190-262(LG) Note: This item was deferred by the City Council before opening the public hearing on March 24, 2021, and is scheduled for consideration on April 28, 2021

Item PH1 (Part 1 of 2)

A public hearing to receive comments regarding the application for and approval of the fill permit and removal of the floodplain (FP) prefix from approximately 9.40 acres of the current 39.05 acres of land located at 2118 California Crossing Road, within the floodplain of Elm Fork, Fill Permit 19-04 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Item PH2 (Part 1 of 2)

A public hearing to receive comments regarding the application for and approval of the fill permit and removal of the floodplain (FP) prefix from approximately 0.12 acres of the current 0.6 acres of floodplain located at 8902 Guernsey Lane - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Item PH1 (Part 2 of 2)

A public hearing to receive comments regarding the application for and approval of the fill permit and removal of the floodplain (FP) prefix from approximately 9.40 acres of the current 39.05 acres of land located at 2118 California Crossing Road, within the floodplain of Elm Fork, Fill Permit 19-04 - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Item PH2 (Part 2 of 2)

A public hearing to receive comments regarding the application for and approval of the fill permit and removal of the floodplain (FP) prefix from approximately 0.12 acres of the current 0.6 acres of floodplain located at 8902 Guernsey Lane - Financing: No cost consideration to the City



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