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Call to Order

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

Open Microphone Speakers (Part 1 of 2)

Open Microphone Speakers

Item 1

18-934 Approval of Minutes of the August 29, 2018 City Council Budget Briefing and September 5, 2018 City Council Meeting

Item 2

18-935 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 3

18-922 Final reading and adoption of the appropriation ordinance for the FY 2018-19 City of Dallas Operating, Capital, and Grant & Trust Budgets - Total not to exceed $3,804,969,701.00 - Financing: General Fund ($1,365,966,274.00), General Obligation Debt Service Fund ($296,200,044.00), Enterprise Funds ($1,126,010,278.00), Capital Funds ($798,023,188.00), Internal Service and Other Funds ($181,124,448.00), Grants, Trusts, and Other Funds ($33,522,969.00) and Employee Retirement Fund ($4,122,500.00)Final reading and adoption of the appropriation ordinance for the FY 2018-19 City of Dallas Operating, Capital, and Grant & Trust Budgets - Total not to exceed $3,804,969,701.00 - Financing: General Fund ($1,365,966,274.00), General Obligation Debt Service Fund ($296,200,044.00), Enterprise Funds ($1,126,010,278.00), Capital Funds ($798,023,188.00), Internal Service and Other Funds ($181,124,448.00), Grants, Trusts, and Other Funds ($33,522,969.00) and Employee Retirement Fund ($4,122,500.00)

Item 4

18-929 An ordinance setting the tax rate at $0.7767 per $100 assessed valuation which includes $0.5667 for the general fund and $0.2100 for the debt service fund, and levying ad valorem taxes for the City of Dallas, Texas for FY 2018-19 - Estimated Levy: $1,010,339,020.59 (General Fund $737,168,949.36 and Debt Service Fund $273,170,071.23)

Item 5

18-928 A resolution ratifying the increase in total property tax revenues reflected in the FY 2018-19 budget - Estimated Revenue: $87,011,277.00

Item 6

18-923 An ordinance amending Chapters 2, 15D, 18, 28, 49, and 51A of the Dallas City Code to (1) adjust stormwater drainage utility rates; (2) adjust fees authorized for providing emergency wrecker service to vehicles; (3) adjust fees for sanitation collection disposal services; (4) adjust fees for the application and installation of parking designations; (5) adjust rates and charges for treated water service, wastewater service, wholesale water, and wastewater service to governmental entities, and untreated water service; (6) adjust fees for fill permits for removal of a flood plain designation; (7) adjust fees for thoroughfare plan amendments; (8) adjust fees for a municipal setting designation ordinance; and (9) make certain conforming, semantic, grammatical, and structural changes - Estimated Revenue: $2,344,807.00 (Water Utilities Estimated Revenue Foregone : $10,631,163.00, Sanitation Estimated Revenue: $10,060,098.00, General Fund Estimated Revenue: $415,872.00, and Stormwater Drainage Management Estimated Revenue: $ 2,500,000.00)

Item 7

18-925 An ordinance (1) renaming the Department of Equipment and Building Services to the newly created Department of Building Services and transferring certain functions from the Department of Building Services to the Department of Court and Detention Services and to the newly created Department of Equipment and Fleet Management; (2) renaming the Department of Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization to a new division of the city manager’s office to be known as the Office of Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization; (3) eliminating the Department of Trinity Watershed Management and transferring functions to the Department of Water Utilities; and (4) granting the Director of Water Utilities the authority to issue permits to owners of property abutting water supply lakes or streams for the use of untreated water, effective October 1, 2018 - Financing: ($670,000.00) cost reduction to the City

Item 8

18-930 Authorize (1) position changes; (2) approval of Civilian salary schedules for fiscal year 2018-19; (3) merit pay increases for civilian staff effective January 2, 2019; (4) increase the minimum civilian hiring rate to $11.50; (5) adding a two percent top step for each rank in the Police and Fire Executive pay schedule; and (6) deleting the bottom step from each rank in the Police and Fire Executive pay schedule - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City

Item A

Receive public comments on proposed Fair Park Management Agreement

Item B (Part 1 of 2)

Fair Park Management Agreement

Executive Session

Closed Session Attorney Briefings (Sec. 551.071 T.O.M.A.) - Legal issues related to the Dallas Employees’ Retirement Fund.

Item B (Part 2 of 2)

Fair Park Management Agreement

Open Microphone Speakers (Part 2 of 2)

Open Microphone Speakers



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