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Women's Rights Commission

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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action to approve the Minutes of the Women’s Rights Commission Meeting of February 20th, 2023.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Community Needs Advisory Committee (CNAC) presentation, Daniel Quinonez, Community + Human Development, City of El Paso.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion & Action on reappointment of representative, Commissioner Warnock, of The Women's Rights Commission, to the Community Needs Advisory Committee.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Update on the Parental Leave Policy, Araceli Guerra, Managing Director, City of El Paso.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action that the Women’s Rights Commission explore opportunities to attend or host conferences aligned with the mission of the commission, proposed by Commissioner Scherr.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Presentation on the Child Care Tax Relief by Gina Martinez from Children at Risk, item proposed by Commissioner Monsisvais.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action to have the Women’s Rights Commission write a letter of recommendation to the El Paso City Council in support of adopting the Child Care Tax Relief and requesting that this item be added to an upcoming regular City Council meeting, proposed by Commissioner Monsisvais.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action on how the Women’s Rights Commission can support women in a pregnancy or adoption decision, item proposed by Commissioner Correa.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action on selecting a future date for the Women’s Rights Commission to meet in person.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action to discuss and proposed agenda items for the May meeting agenda in accordance with the strategic plan.

Mass Transit Department Board

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  1. Agenda Ready
    Minutes

    Approval of minutes of the Regular Mass Transit Department Board Meeting of March 12, 2024.
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    Request to Excuse

    Request to excuse absent Mass Transit Department Board Members.
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    Operational Focus Updates

    Briefing on the intent to provide a Notice of Termination for Mission del Paso - Route 84 interlocal agreement between the City of El Paso and El Paso County, executed on October 20, 2014.
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    Other Bids, Contracts, Procurements

    The linkage to the Strategic Plan is subsection: 7.3 Enhance a regional comprehensive transportation system Award Summary: Discussion and action on the request that the City Manager be authorized to sign Agreement 2024-0401 Bus Cleaning Services by and between the City of El Paso and both WorkQuest f/k/a TIBH Industries, Inc., a private non-profit corporation and the certifying party, and Goodwill Services, the performing party, to provide interior bus cleaning services for fixed route buses and vans managed by the City of El Paso’s Sun Metro (Mass Transit) Department for a term of three (3) years from the effective date of the Agreement and one (1) two-year option to extend, which may be exercised by the City Manager or designee administratively. This is a service requirement contract at a currently estimated cost to the City of El Paso of $487,104.00 for the initial term and an estimated $1,119,098.40 if the option to extend is exercised. This contract will allow Sun Metro to get interior bus cleaning services for its current fixed route fleet of buses and vans. Contract Variance: The difference based in comparison to the previous contract is as follows: An increase of $137,921.64 for the initial term, which represents a 39.50% increase due to price increases in labor cost and adding an additional number of buses and vans for cleanings. Department: Mass Transit (Sun Metro) Award to: WorkQuest f/k/a TIBH Industries, Inc. and Goodwill Services City & State: Austin, TX Items: N/A Initial Term: 3 Years Option Term: 2 Years Total Contract Time: 5 Years Annual Estimated Award: $ 162,368.00 (Year 1-3) Initial Term Estimated Award: $ 487,104.00 Annual Estimated Award $ 308,478.00 (Year 4) Annual Estimated Award $ 323,516.40 (Year 5) Option Term Estimated Award: $ 631,994.40 (Year 4-5) Total Estimated Award: $1,119,098.40 Account(s): 560 - 3200 - 60050 - 522060 - P6018 Funding Source(s): General Funds District(s): All Non-Competitive Procurement under Local Government General Exemption: Section 252.022(a)(13) services performed by blind or severely disabled persons and Chapter 122 of the Texas Human Resources Code: Purchasing from People with Disabilities. The Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing and Mass Transit (Sun Metro) Departments recommend award as indicated to WorkQuest f/k/a TIBH Industries, Inc., a private nonprofit corporation and the certifying party, and Goodwill Services, the performing party under the exemption listed above. It is requested that the City Manager be authorized to establish the funding sources and make any necessary budget transfers and execute any and all documents necessary for execution of this award. In accordance with this award, the City Manager or designee is authorized to exercise future options if needed.
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    Other Business

    Discussion and action on a Resolution that the City Manager or his designee is authorized to sign the documents related to the FY 2024 Low or No Emission Grant Program and the Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive Program which offers funding in the amount of $30,597,000 and requires a cash match of $2,303,000. The City Manager or designee is authorized to sign any agreements, verifications or documents required to carry out the purpose of this resolution and that the City shall provide all matching funds, in the amount of $2,303,000 for said grant.
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City Council Work Session

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    Operational Focus Updates

    Presentation update on Aerospace, Defense, and Advanced Manufacturing Strategic Plan, Key Partners, and Target Industries.
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    Executive Session

    Claim of Mr. Ricardo Leon; Claim No. 158 (551.071)
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    Executive Session

    Application of El Paso Electric Company to Update Schedule No. Covid-19 in Compliance with Docket No. 52195 - PUC#56422; HQ#UTILITY-35 (551.071)
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    Executive Session

    Application of El Paso Electric Company for Approval of a Distribution Cost Recovery Factor - PUC# 56425; HQ#UTILITY-37 (551.071)
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    Executive Session

    Discussion on potential economic development opportunities in Northeast El Paso, Texas. HQ#23-1857 (551.072) (551.087)
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    Executive Session

    Anna Barnes v. City of El Paso, Texas, et al; USDC; Case No. 3:22-CV-161; (551.071)
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    Executive Session

    William C. Haywood v. City of El Paso; Gregory Allen, Officer Otero; McKinney; Guevara; Escajeda; Dela Paz; Case No. 3:20-cv-00114 Matter 20-1026-11325 (551.071)

City Council

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  1. Agenda Ready
    Minutes

    Approval of the minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of March 26, 2024, the Agenda Review Meeting of March 25, 2024, and the Work Session of March 25, 2024.
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  2. Agenda Ready
    Request to Excuse

    REQUEST TO EXCUSE ABSENT CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
  3. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    A Resolution that the City Manager, or designee, be authorized to sign an Underground Electrical and Transformer Pad Easement to accommodate an electrical transmission line to provide electrical power to property in the vicinity of the El Paso International Airport, said easement more particularly described as: A portion of Lot 14 and 15, Block 3, Unit 5, El Paso International Airport Tracts replat of Unit 5, El Paso County, Texas.
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  4. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas (“DPS”) and the City of El Paso (“City”) to provide and establish an automated Failure to Appear (“FTA”) system in the City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. This resolution is an amendment to add contract changes by the Department of Public Safety that were mandated in the 88th Legislative Session. Changes include: 1) Inclusion of indigency as mandated by House Bill 291, 88th Legislative Session, 2) Option to acquire occupational license while license on hold for 2 years plus additional 2 years, 3) change to provide clarity regarding specific responsibilities held by each party, and 4) language to account for future changes to the current statute ensuring agreement remains in compliance with the latest legal requirements. [POSTPONED FROM 03-26-2024]

    A motion was made by Representative Molinar, seconded by Representative Fierro, to Approve the item. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  5. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    That the City Manager or his designee be authorized to submit a grant application to the Public Safety Office of the State of Texas, grant application number 3060709 for the City of El Paso Police Department project identified as “West Texas Anti-Gang Center” to provide financial assistance to the City of El Paso. Requesting $2,808,349.15. No cash match is required. The grant period will be from September 1, 2024 - August 31, 2025.
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  6. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    A Resolution that the City Manager be authorized to sign Amendment No. 1 to the Articles of Agreement between the City of El Paso and the El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association (“EPMPOA”) for the contract period covering September 1, 2023 through August 31, 2027.

    A motion was made by Representative Fierro, seconded by Representative Molinar, to Approve the item. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  7. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    That the Planning and Inspection Liens on the attachment posted with this agenda be approved. (See Attachment B)
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    Resolutions

    That the Solid Waste liens on the attachment posted with this agenda be approved. (See Attachment A)
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  9. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    That the closure of rights-of-way within the City of El Paso for the IM Novelties Texas Pop Up show from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday May 4, 2024, serves a public purpose of providing cultural and recreational activities for the residents and visitors of the City of El Paso, in accordance with 43 TAC, Section 22.12, the City Manager be authorized to sign an Agreement For The Temporary Closure of State Right Of Way (Form TEA 30A) by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the temporary closure and use of State owned and operated street(s) in excess of four hours for portions of Texas Avenue between Mesa and Stanton Street upon the issuance of required permits from the City of El Paso and substantial conformity to the finalized TEA 30 agreement between the City of El Paso and State of Texas Department of Transportation. (CSEV24-00010).
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  10. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    A Resolution to authorize the City Manager, or designee, to sign an Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Program TA23 Connected Bike Lanes project which has an estimated total project cost of $1,934,910.82 of which the estimated local government participation amount is $0.00 plus any cost overruns. Further, that the City Manager, or designee, is authorized to sign all documents, agreement amendments, and perform all actions required to carry out the obligations of the City under this agreement.
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  11. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    A Resolution to authorize the City Manager, or designee, to sign an Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the design and construction of the highway improvement project generally described as HSIP-Install Raised Median-McCombs Street from Woodrow Bean Transmountain to Railroad Drive, which has an estimated total project cost of $478,241.00 of which the estimated local government participation amount is estimated at $45,847.00 plus any cost overruns. Further, that the City Manager, or designee, is authorized to sign all documents, agreement amendments, and perform all actions required to carry out the obligations of the City under this agreement.
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  12. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    A Resolution to authorize the City Manager, or designee, to sign an Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the design and construction of the highway improvement project generally described as HSIP- Install Traffic Signal -Yarbrough Drive at San Paulo Drive, which has an estimated total project cost of $476,902.76 of which the estimated local government participation amount is estimated at $45,128.00 plus any cost overruns. Further, that the City Manager, or designee, is authorized to sign all documents, agreement amendments, and perform all actions required to carry out the obligations of the City under this agreement.
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  13. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    A Resolution to authorize the City Manager, or designee, to sign an Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the design and construction of the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program grant improvements to Sunland Park Dr. Shared Use Path from Cadiz Street to SH20/Mesa Street for a total estimated project cost of $5,292,041.20 of which the estimated local government participation amount is estimated at $412,571.36 plus any cost overruns. Further, that the City Manager, or designee, is authorized to sign all documents, agreement amendments, and perform all actions required to carry out the obligations of the City under this agreement.
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  14. Agenda Ready
    Board Appointments

    Ofelia Mletzko to the Museums and Cultural Affairs Advisory Board by Representative Henry Rivera, District 7. [POSTPONED FROM 03-26-2024]
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  15. Agenda Ready
    Applications for Tax Refunds

    A refund to Aztec Contractors, Inc., in the amount of $11,136.68 for an overpayment made on February 1, 2024 of 2023 taxes, Geo. # 1113-999-1167-1634. This action would allow us to comply with state law which requires approval by the legislative body of refunds of tax overpayments greater than $2,500.00.
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  16. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance amending Title 15 (Public Services), Chapter 15.08 (Street Rentals), Section 15.08.120 (Special Privilege Licenses and Permits) to add new uses for the Sidewalk Cafe and Parking Parklet Programs and adopt the Right-Of-Way Cafe Design Guidelines. The penalty is as provided in Section 15.08.125.

    A motion was made by Representative Rivera, seconded by Representative Kennedy, to Approve the item. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  17. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of El Paso, Texas, approving amendment number twenty-three to the Project and Financing Plan for Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number Five, City of El Paso, Texas, amending the plan to update the projected tax increment reinvestment zone revenue and establishing project cost categories.
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  18. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 016528 to modify requirements for membership on the Board of Directors of the Tax Reinvestment Zone Number Five, City of El Paso, Texas.
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  19. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance Amending Title 9 (Health and Safety) Chapter 9.85 (Emergency and Transfer Ambulance Services), Section 9.85.060 (Franchise - Application - Contents) to add a process for Denial of Franchise application; Section 9.85.070 (Franchise - Application; Review; Hearing) To add factors considered for Public convenience and necessity; Section 9.85.130 (Violation - Penalty) to move to Section 9.85.140 and be replaced with (Suspension; Revocation: Appeal) Giving Due Process after suspension or revocation, of the El Paso City Code.
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  20. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Tract 12-B, Block 24, Socorro Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from R-F (Ranch and Farm) to M-1 (Light Manufacturing), and imposing a condition. The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning request is based on the proposed Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map (FLUM) amendment (PLCP24-00001) request of Plan El Paso, the City’s adopted comprehensive plan. Subject Property: South of Winn Rd. and East of Southside Rd. Applicant: City of El Paso - El Paso Water, PZRZ23-00012
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  21. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance restating a Special Privilege License granted to the County of El Paso by Ordinance 019432 that authorized the construction, installation, future maintenance, use and repair of 540 linear feet of all necessary, desirable, subsurface wires, cables, underground conduit, manholes or other related infrastructure. Additionally, this ordinance will allow for the expansion of the infrastructure to include an additional 635 linear feet of 3” conduit for fiber optic cable and the addition of one more manhole for a term of five (5) years with two (2) renewable five (5) year terms. Location: generally, along a portion of Ochoa Street, First Avenue and South Florence Street Applicant: County of El Paso, PSPN23-00008
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  22. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance amending the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) contained in “Plan El Paso” for the properties legally described as a portion of Tract 12-B, Block 24, Socorro Grant, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, from O-1, Preserve to G-7, Industrial and/or Railyards. Subject Property: South of Winn Rd. and East of Southside Rd. Applicant: City of El Paso - El Paso Water, PLCP24-00001
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  23. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance granting Special Permit No. PZST23-00009, to allow for Infill Development with a reduction in rear yard setback and side street yard setback and 85% parking reduction on the property described as a portion of Lots 14, 15, and 16, Block 118, Supplemental Map No. 1 of East El Paso Addition, 1205 N. Copia Street, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, Pursuant to Section 20.10.280 Infill Development of the El Paso City Code. The penalty being as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed special permit meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 1205 N. Copia Applicant: Victor Robles, PZST23-00009
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  24. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance changing the zoning of the property described as Tracts 407 and 408, Sunrise Acres #1, 8935 Mercury Street, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from R-4 (Residential) to S-D (Special Development), pursuant to Section 20.10.360 and approving a detailed site development plan with reduction to side yard setback pursuant to Section 20.04.150 and 20.10.360 of the El Paso City Code to allow for a single-family dwelling and a triplex as permitted in the S-D (Special Development) zone district. The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 8935 Mercury Street Applicant: Gary L. Herman and Shawn M. Schulz, PZRZ23-00026
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  25. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Tracts 63 and 64, Cinecue Park Subdivision, 471 Fresno Drive, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from R-F (Ranch and Farm) to R-3 (Residential). The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: 471 Fresno Drive Applicant: Jose Angel Avila and Jacqueline Avila, PZRZ23-00030
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  26. Agenda Ready
    Other Bids, Contracts, Procurements

    Discussion and action on a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to sign an Agreement for Professional Services by and between the CITY OF EL PASO and Consor Engineers, LLC, a Florida, USA, Foreign Limited Liability Company authorized to transact business in Texas, for a project known as “PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE EL PASO PUBLIC SAFETY AND FIRE DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS & MAINTENANCE AND LOGISTICS CENTER PROJECT” for an amount not to exceed $3,654,641.62; And that the City Engineer is authorized to approve additional Basic Services and Reimbursables for an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 and to approve Additional Services for an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 if such services are necessary for the proper execution of the project and that the increased amounts are within the appropriate budgets of the project for a total amount of $3,754,641.62; and that the City Manager be authorized to establish the funding sources and make any necessary budget transfers and execute any and all documents necessary for the execution of the Agreement.

    A motion was made by Representative Fierro, seconded by Representative Salcido, to Approve the item. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  27. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance changing the zoning of a portion of Tracts 17C-174 and 17C-175, Section 8, Block 79, Township 3, Texas and Pacific Railway Company Survey, South of Vista del Sol Drive and West of Joe Battle Boulevard, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas from R-3 (Residential) to C-3 (Commercial). The penalty is as provided for in Chapter 20.24 of the El Paso City Code. The proposed rezoning meets the intent of the Future Land Use designation for the property and is in accordance with Plan El Paso, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Subject Property: South of Vista del Sol Dr. and West of Joe Battle Blvd. Applicant: El Paso Vista HY RE, LLC, PZRZ23-00034

    A motion was made by Representative Fierro, seconded by Representative Rivera, to Approve the item. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  28. Agenda Ready
    Other Business

    Discussion and action on a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to sign a Contract of Sale with the Board of Trustees of the El Paso Independent School District for the purchase of approximately 13 acres located at 7024 Cielo Vista Drive, El Paso, Texas, for a purchase price of $4.76 million dollars; and authorizing the City Manager to sign all documents necessary to effectuate the purchase; to use the 2019 Public Safety Bond funds for said purchase; and to effectuate any budget transfer necessary to ensure that the funds are expended in accordance with the bond requirements.

    A motion was made by Representative Hernandez, seconded by Representative Fierro, to Approve the item. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  29. Agenda Ready
    Other Business

    Discussion and action on a Resolution approving an alternative site for the Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center and directing the Interim City Manager to take necessary steps in preparation and support of the project. [POSTPONED FROM 02-13-2024, 03-12-2024, AND 03-26-2024]
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  30. Agenda Ready
    Resolutions

    A Resolution to authorize the City Manager, or designee, to sign an Advance Funding Agreement by and between the City of El Paso and the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, for the design and construction of the Surface Transportation Program grant improvements project generally described as Reconstruct Existing Roadway on Sun Valley Street (from Gateway Boulevard North to Kenworthy Street) for a total estimated project cost of $6,176,887.08 of which the estimated local government participation amount is estimated at $477,807.66 plus any cost overruns. Further, that the City Manager, or designee, is authorized to sign all documents, agreement amendments, and perform all actions required to carry out the obligations of the City under this agreement.
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  31. Agenda Ready
    Board Appointments

    Audrey Gutierrez to the Zoning Board of Adjustment by Representative Isabel Salcido, District 5.
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  32. Second Reading
    Ordinances

    An Ordinance amending Title 2 (Administration and Personnel), Chapter 2.92 (Ethics), to amend Section 2.92.020 Definition of Candidate and 2.92.080(E) to include a requirement for candidates to provide notice of contributions of $500 or more for notation on the City Council Agenda in the same manner as Members of City Council.
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  33. Agenda Ready
    Other Business

    Discussion and action approving a Resolution that the City Council of the City of El Paso supports the tenets of the Supply El Paso Procurement Playbook, attached to the Resolution as Exhibit A, including the creation of the Supply El Paso Board as a collective body comprised of City of El Paso leadership and representatives from other local governmental entities, financial and banking institutions, private agencies, businesses, chambers of commerce, and other key stakeholders that endeavors to bridge gaps between procurement opportunities, support organizations and regional vendors by fostering a strong marketplace for local firms.

    A motion was made by Representative Hernandez, seconded by Representative Fierro, to Approve the item. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  34. Agenda Ready
    Board Re-Appointments

    Brandon Carrillo to the City Plan Commission by Representative Chris Canales, District 8.
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  35. Agenda Ready
    Notice of Campaign Contributions

    For notation pursuant to Section 2.92.080 of the City Code, receipt of campaign contributions by Representative Art Fierro in the amount of $1,000 from Richard Aguilar, $1,000 from Robert L. Bowling IV and $1,000 from Robert and Paige Bowling.
  36. Agenda Ready
    Members of the City Council

    Discussion and action to approve a Resolution to recognize April 9, 2024 as El Paso Commission for Women Hall of Fame Honorees Day and their efforts in civic leadership.

    A motion was made by Representative Fierro, seconded by Representative Molinar, to Approve the item. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  37. Agenda Ready
    Notice of Campaign Contributions

    For notation pursuant to Section 2.92.080 of the City Code, receipt of campaign contributions by Representative Cassandra Hernandez in the amounts of $500 from Norma and Ricardo Chavez, $1,000 from Manuel Moreno, $1,200 from Raquel Hernandez, $1,000 from Heidi Avedician, and $500 from Javier Camacho.

Civil Service Commission

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    Board Agenda Items

    Approval of Minutes: March 14, 2024 Civil Service Commission Meeting
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and Action on Grievance Appeal: Patrick Muniz - Sun Metro (Rule 6; Section 2 (B) Sick Leave Verification)
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10 new matters since 7 days ago

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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action to discuss and proposed agenda items for the May meeting agenda in accordance with the strategic plan.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action to approve the Minutes of the Women’s Rights Commission Meeting of February 20th, 2023.

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  3. Agenda Ready
    Board Agenda Items

    Community Needs Advisory Committee (CNAC) presentation, Daniel Quinonez, Community + Human Development, City of El Paso.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion & Action on reappointment of representative, Commissioner Warnock, of The Women's Rights Commission, to the Community Needs Advisory Committee.

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  5. Agenda Ready
    Board Agenda Items

    Update on the Parental Leave Policy, Araceli Guerra, Managing Director, City of El Paso.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action that the Women’s Rights Commission explore opportunities to attend or host conferences aligned with the mission of the commission, proposed by Commissioner Scherr.
  7. Agenda Ready
    Board Agenda Items

    Presentation on the Child Care Tax Relief by Gina Martinez from Children at Risk, item proposed by Commissioner Monsisvais.
  8. Agenda Ready
    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action to have the Women’s Rights Commission write a letter of recommendation to the El Paso City Council in support of adopting the Child Care Tax Relief and requesting that this item be added to an upcoming regular City Council meeting, proposed by Commissioner Monsisvais.
  9. Agenda Ready
    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action on how the Women’s Rights Commission can support women in a pregnancy or adoption decision, item proposed by Commissioner Correa.
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    Board Agenda Items

    Discussion and action on selecting a future date for the Women’s Rights Commission to meet in person.