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  1. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation by the 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club
  2. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Proclamation for Stroke Awareness Month
  3. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Proclamation for National Public Works Week
  4. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Proclamation to Catholic Charities, Islamic Circle of North America, and World Relief for World Refuge Day
  5. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of Non-Exclusive Agreements with Multiple Vendors for Library Books and Services in a Combined Annual Amount Up to $3,200,000.00 and Authorize Four Annual Renewals for the Same Amount for the Library Department

    Approved.

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  6. Agenda Ready
    General Consent

    (CD 10) Adopt Resolution Nominating MP Magnetics LLC's Facility at 13840 Independence Parkway, as an Enterprise Project Pursuant to the Texas Enterprise Zone Act, Chapter 2303 of the Texas Government Code

    Approved. Resolution No. 5953-05-2024

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  7. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 10) Adopt Resolution Nominating RECARO Aircraft Seating Americas, LLC's Facility at 2275 Eagle Parkway, as a Single Enterprise Project Pursuant to the Texas Enterprise Zone Act, Chapter 2303 of the Texas Government Code

    Approved. Resolution No. 5954-05-2024

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  8. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 2) Authorize Execution of Memorandum of Understanding and Revocable Right of Entry Permit with the Federal Aviation Administration for the Relocation of the Air Traffic Control Tower at Fort Worth Meacham International Airport

    Approved.

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  9. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of an Agreement with Consolidated Pipe and Supply, Core & Main LP, and Ferguson Waterworks for the Purchase of Brass Fittings and Parts for the Water Department in a Combined Amount Up to $1,500,000.00 for the Initial Term and Authorize Four One-Year Renewals for an Amount of $1,800,000.00 for the First Renewal, $2,160,000.00 for the Second Renewal, $2,592,000.00 for the Third Renewal, and $3,110,400.00 for the Fourth Renewal for the Water Department

    Approved.

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  10. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Agreement with CompBase, Inc. dba ClerkBase for City Software and Services Including Agenda Management, the Voter and Resident Participation Suite, the Mayor and Council Wizard, and Electronic Board and Commission Applications for the Information Technology Solutions Department in an Annual Amount Up to $150,000.00 for the Initial Three-Year Term and Authorize Two Annual Renewal Options in the Same Amount

    Approved.

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  11. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Amendment to the Agreement with Robert Half, Inc. Using Houston-Galveston Area Council Cooperative Contract TS06-21 for Temporary Staffing to Add an Additional Renewal Term in an Annual Amount Up to $885,000.00 for All City Departments

    Approved.

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  12. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize the Execution of Non-Exclusive Agreements with Consolidated Pipe & Supply Company, Inc., Core & Main LP, Ferguson Enterprises, LLC and Fortiline, Inc. for the Purchase of Ductile Iron Pipe and Fittings and Related Parts in a Combined Annual Amount Up to $1,000,000.00 for the Initial Term and Authorize Four (4) One-Year Renewal Options for Amount Up to $1,200,000.00 for the First Renewal, $1,440,000.00 for the Second Renewal, $1,728,000.00 for the Third Renewal and $2,073,600.00 for the Fourth Renewal for the Water Department

    Approved.

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  13. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Amendment to Non-Exclusive Purchase Agreement with W.W. Grainger, Inc.,Using Omnia Cooperative Agreement 192163 to Increase the Authorized Annual Amount by $500,000.00 for a Combined Annual Amount Up to $2,300,000.00 for Maintenance, Repair and Operating Supplies, Parts, Equipment, Materials and Related Services for All City Departments

    Approved.

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  14. Passed
    Land Consent

    (CD 4) Authorize Acquisition of Approximately 1.011 Acres in Right-of-Way, and Temporary Construction Easements from Property Owned by McCaw Consulting, LLC, Located at 9855 Ray White Road, J. R. Knight Survey, Abstract Number 902, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 76244 in the Amount of $338,560.00 and Pay Estimated Closing Costs in an Amount Up to $2,000.00 for a Total Cost of $340,560.00 for the Ray White Road Widening Improvement Projects (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved.

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  15. Passed
    Land Consent

    (CD 7) Authorize Acquisition of 0.023 Acres in a Right-of-Way Easement and Temporary Construction Easement from Real Property Owned by Mark Hatten Located at 6017 WJ Boaz Road, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 76179 in the Amount of $240,100.00 and Pay Estimated Closing Costs in an Amount Up to $3,000.00 for a Total Cost of $243,100.00 for the WJ Boaz Road Widening Improvements Project (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved.

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  16. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of Contract with Carol Johnson, J.D.,M.A., d/b/a Johnson Consulting Group to Assist with Compliance, Program Review and Training Services Relating to the City’s Civil Rights Enforcement Areas, Including Fair Housing, Fair Employment, Public Accommodation, Title VI, and Americans with Disabilities Act in an Amount Not to Exceed $150,000.00

    Approved.

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  17. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 2) Authorize Execution of an Interlocal Agreement with Tarrant County for the Reconstruction and Overlay of Colombia Avenue from Roberts Cut Off Road to Castleberry Cut Off Road in Precinct 4, with City Participation in the Amount of $140,000.00

    Approved.

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  18. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 2) Rescind Resolution Number 5610-09-2022 and Ordinance Number 25696-09-2022, Adopt Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Advance Funding Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation in the Amount of $4,619,291.00, with Federal Participation in the Amount of $2,720,000.00, State Participation in the Amount of $1,159,291.00 and Local Participation in the Amount of $740,000.00 Plus Any Cost Overruns for the Intersection Improvements at the Northwest Loop 820 and Marine Creek Parkway – Phase 2 Project, Adopt Appropriation Ordinances and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Resolution No. 5955-05-2024 and Appropriation Ordinance Nos. 26924-05-2024 and 26925-05-2024

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  19. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize an Amendment to City Secretary Contract 59300, the Sole Source Agreement with Geonexus Technologies, LLC for the Implementation of, and the Software Subscription for, the MapEngine Software, for the Additional Cost of $226,834.45 for a Total Contract Amount of $393,534.37 in Year One and $211,860.57 for Any Renewal Term

    Approved.

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  20. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 4) Approve Allocation from the American Rescue Plan Act State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Provide Additional Funding for the Intersection Improvements at North Beach Street and Western Center Boulevard Highway Safety Improvement Project in the Amount of $515,000.00 for Increased Construction Costs and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26926-05-2024

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  21. Passed
    Appointment

    Board Appointment - Mayor

    Council Member Nettles made a motion, seconded by Mayor Pro tem Bivens, that Rodney Mayo be appointed to the Zoning Commission/Fort Worth Alliance Airport Zoning Commission with a partial term effective May 21, 2024, and with a term expiring October 1, 2025. Motion passed 11-0.

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  22. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution Approving Recommendations of the EMS Ad Hoc Council Committee on Emergency Medical Response and Authorizing Execution of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Medstar Member Cities

    Council Member Beck made a motion, seconded by Council Member Flores, that Resolution No. 5956-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

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  23. Passed
    Ordinance

    An Ordinance Increasing the Residential Homestead Exemption from Ad Valorem Taxes for Elderly and Disabled Persons; Providing a Severability Clause; and Declaring an Effective Date

    Mayor Pro tem Bivens made a motion, seconded by Council Member Lauersdorf, that Ordinance No. 26927-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

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  24. Passed
    Zoning Case

    (CD 11) City of Fort Worth Development Services Department, 4550 Village Creek Road & 4519 Moorview Avenue (7.11) From: “IP” Industrial Park, To: “CR” Low Density Multifamily (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)

    Council Member Martinez made a motion, seconded Mayor Pro tem Bivens, that Zoning Docket ZC-24-003 be approved. Motion passed 11-0.

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  25. Passed
    Benefit Hearing - Report of CM

    (ALL) Conduct Public Benefit Hearing Concerning the Following Matters Related to Fort Worth Public Improvement District No. 18 – Tourism: (1) Expansion of the Fort Worth Public Improvement District No. 18 – Tourism to Include One Additional Hotel, and (2) the 2023-2024 Assessment for the Additional Hotel Property; Adopt the Resolution Authorizing and Expanding the Fort Worth Public Improvement District No. 18 – Tourism to Include One Additional Hotel Property; Approve Revised 2023-2024 Assessment Roll; and Adopt Ordinance Levying Special Assessments on the Additional Hotel Property for Fiscal Year 2023-2024 (PUBLIC HEARING - a. Report of City Staff: Lacey Ruiz; b. Public Comment; c. Council Action: Close Public Hearing and Act on M&C)

    Council Member Hill made a motion, seconded by Council Member Beck, that the public hearing be closed and Resolution No. 5958-05-2024 and Ordinance No. 26928-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

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  26. Passed
    General - Report of CM

    (CD 7) Conduct a Public Hearing on the Application by 6225 Shady Oaks Manor Drive (TX) Owner LP to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for Non-Competitive (4%) Housing Tax Credits for the Acquisition and Rehabilitation of Wildwood Branch, Located at 6225 Shady Oaks Manor Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76135; Adopt a Resolution of No Objection to the Application; Approve Commitment of Development Funding in the Form of Fee Waivers in an Amount of No Less than $500.00 and No More than $30,000.00; Find that the Fee Waivers Serve a Public Purpose, and Adequate Controls are in Place to Carry Out Such Public Purpose; and Determine that Rehabilitation of Wildwood Branch is Consistent with the City’s Obligation to Affirmatively Further Fair Housing (PUBLIC HEARING - a. Report of City Staff: Leah Brown; b. Citizen Presentations; c. Council Action: Close Public Hearing and Act on M&C)

    Council Member Hill made a motion, seconded by Council Member Nettles, that the public hearing be closed and Resolution No. 5957-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

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  27. Passed
    Land - Report of CM

    (CD 3) Adopt Resolution Authorizing Condemnation by Eminent Domain to Acquire 2.129 Acres in Fee Simple from Real Property Owned by Sally Underwood (Deceased), Anna Charninsky (Deceased), Cecyl D. Aronstein (Deceased), Lois Leah Pullen (Deceased), Claude C. Ezell (Deceased), and Interstate Circuit, Inc., in the Amount of $301,357.00 Located at 7090 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 76116, for the Trail Gap Bomber Spur Project

    Council Member Crain made a motion, seconded by Council Member Lauersdorf, that M&C 24-0454 be approved and adopt Resolution No. 5959-05-2024 authorizing use of the power of eminent domain to acquire 2.129 acres in fee simple from real property owned by Sally Underwood (deceased), Anna Charninsky (Deceased), Cecyl D. Aronstein (Deceased), Louis Leah Pullen (Deceased), Claude C. Ezell (Deceased), and Interstate Circuit, Inc. The property interest is needed for the Bomber Spur Trail project to construct a 12’ wide shared-use Bomber Spur Trail from Calmont Avenue to West Vickery Boulevard. The property is located at 7090 Camp Bowie Boulevard, in the Edward Wilburn Survey, Abstract No. 1679, Tarrant County, Texas. The property interests to be acquired are described by metes and bounds and depicted by survey exhibits attached to this Mayor and Council Communication. Motion passed 11-0.

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  28. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Approve Changes in Allocated Funds from the American Rescue Plan Act State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (ARPA SLFRF) in the Amount of $5,207,163.00 and Recategorize Allocations for the FW Housing Solutions-Stop Six Infrastructure Initiative

    Approved.

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  29. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 8 and CD 9) Committing of Fiscal Year 2024 Fund Balance in the General Fund to ARPA TXAMU Innovation and Evans-Rosedale Affordable Housing Projects

    Approved.

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  1. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Certificates of Recognition to the Crowley ISD Varsity Athletic Teams
  2. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Certificate of Recognition to Trudy Perry
  3. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Proclamation for Mental Health Awareness Month
  4. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Proclamation for the Eastern Bluebird as Official City Bird of Fort Worth
  5. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Proclamation for National Apprenticeship Week
  6. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Proclamation for Municipal Clerks Week
  7. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Proclamation for Summer Meals Month
  8. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Adopt Resolution Authorizing the City Attorney to Intervene in the Pending Litigation Legends of Hanna Ranch, Ltd. v. Ark Contracting Services, LLC and Atlantic Specialty Insurance Company, Cause Number 141-351277-24, 141st District Court, Tarrant County, Texas

    Approved. Resolution No. 5944-05-2024

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  9. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Amendment to Non-Exclusive Agreements with Multiple Vendors to Increase the Authorized Amount by $5,873,476.70 for a New Combined Annual Amount Up to $29,367,383.50 for Water Treatment Chemicals for the Water Department

    Approved.

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  10. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Acceptance of Donations to the Neighborhood Services Department in the Amount of $5,205.50 for the Southside Community Center, North Tri-Ethnic Community Center, and Northside Community Center Programs; Authorize Acceptance of AARP Donation in the Amount of $5,000.00; Authorize Acceptance of Water Customer Donations in the Amount of $8,716.85; Authorized Acceptance of Silver Stars Program Donations in the Amount of $3,542.84; and Adopt Appropriation Ordinances Increasing Estimated Receipts and Appropriations in the Special Donations LTD Fund in the Amount of $18,922.35 and in the Silver Stars Program Donation Fund in the Amount of $3,542.84

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance Nos. 26889-05-2024 and 26890-05-2024

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  11. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 3 and CD 9) Authorize the Temporary Closure of Segments of Country Club Circle, Mockingbird Lane, Mockingbird Court, West Cantey Street, Rogers Road, Colonial Parkway, Simondale Drive, Park Hill Drive, Boyd Avenue, Stadium Drive, Highview Terrace, Manchester Street, Walsh Court, Hartwood Drive, Kingston Court, Ann Arbor Court, and Lynncrest Drive and Allow Temporary Conversion of Portions of Colonial Parkway to a One-Way Operation from May 20, 2024 to May 26, 2024 and a Segment of Rogers Avenue from May 13, 2024 to May 27, 2024 to Accommodate the 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge Golf Tournament at Colonial Country Club

    Approved.

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  12. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 6) Adopt Appropriation Ordinance in the Amount of $915,000.00 to Provide Additional Funding for the South Hulen Street and South Drive West Intersection Improvements Project and Amend the Fiscal Year 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26891-05-2024

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  13. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 10) Authorize the Temporary Closure of a Section of Old Denton Road between Westport Parkway and Day Road from May 20, 2024 to January 22, 2025 for Construction Activities

    Approved.

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  14. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Adopt Appropriation Ordinances Increasing Appropriations in Various Public Events Department Funds to Account for Increased Revenues and Expenses, Amend the Fiscal Year 2024 Adopted Budgets and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance Nos. 26892-05-2024, 26893-05-2024, and 26894-05-0407

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  15. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 7) Ratify Execution of Emergency Purchase with Johnson Control Inc. in an Amount Not to Exceed $178,000.00 for the Will Rogers Memorial Center Chiller Motor Replacement

    Approved.

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  16. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 2 and CD 9) Adopt Appropriation Ordinance in the Amount of $49,100.00 in the Crime Control and Prevention District Capital Projects Fund for the Purpose of Funding the Entertainment District Safety Assessment Study and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Plan

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26895-05-2024

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  17. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Adopt Resolution and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance for the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division, Victims of Crime Act Grant to Occur in Fiscal Year 2025 in the Amount Up to $136,000.00 as Required by the State of Texas

    Approved. Resolution No. 5945-05-2024 and Appropriation Ordinance No. 26896-05-2024

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  18. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Adopt Appropriation Ordinance Increasing Estimated Receipts and Appropriations in the Special Donations Life to Date Fund in the Amount of $13,500.00 to Support Fire Services and Other Fire-Related Activities

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26897-05-2024

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  19. Passed
    General Consent

    (ALL) Adopt the Water and Wastewater Capital Improvement Program Citizen Advisory Committee Semi-Annual Progress Report on the Collection and Expense of Water and Wastewater Impact Fees

    Approved.

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  20. Passed
    General Consent

    (CD 7) Authorize the Acceptance of a Restricted Grant from the Marilyn Brachman Hoffman Foundation in the Amount of $18,239.76 Designated for Extending Electricity to the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge's Greenhouse and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26898-05-2024

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  21. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Adopt Appropriation Ordinance Increasing Receipts and Appropriations in the Special Purpose Fund, in the Amount of $600,000.00, from Available Development Fee Revenues, for the Purpose of Funding the Developer Tech Improvements Project for the Development Services Department to Make Upgrades to Permitting and Development Processes and Amend the Fiscal Year 2024 Adopted Budget

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26899-05-2024

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  22. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Amendments to Non-Exclusive Purchase Agreements with Asphalt Patch Enterprises, Inc., Austin Asphalt, Inc., and Reynolds Asphalt and Construction Co. for Asphalt Hot and Cold Lay to Increase the Annual Aggregate Amount by $689,394.00 for a New Annual Aggregate Amount Up to $3,696,970.00 for the Transportation and Public Works Department

    Approved.

    Attachments
  23. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Amendment to City Secretary Agreement 60034 with Impact Promotional Services, LLC dba Got You Covered Work Wear & Uniforms Using BuyBoard Contract No. 670-22 to Increase the Authorized Amount by $500,000.00 for a New Contract Amount Up to $632,000.00 and a Combined Authorized Amount Up to $1,143,750.00 for All Non-Exclusive Agreements for City Departments

    Approved.

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  24. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Non-Exclusive Purchase Agreements with Sherwin-Williams Company and PPG Architectural Finishes Inc. Using TIPS Cooperative Contract No. 230503 and Sourcewell Cooperative Contract No. 091323 for the Purchase of Paint and Coating Supplies and Related Equipment in a Combined Annual Amount Up to $340,750.00 for City Departments and Authorize Annual Renewal Options

    Approved.

    Attachments
  25. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of Agreement with ICOR Technology, Inc. Using General Services Administration Contract No. GS-07F-0430V for the Purchase of Bomb Disposal Robots and Accessories for the Bomb Squad in an Amount Up to $250,000.00 Per Term and Authorize Five Annual Renewal Options for the Fire Department

    Approved.

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  26. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of Agreement with Silver Creek Materials, Inc. for the Purchase of Bulk Disposal Services for the Water Department in an Annual Amount Up to $500,000.00 and Authorize Four One-Year Renewals in the Same Amount

    Approved.

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  27. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Amendment to Agreements with Ferguson Enterprise LLC., Fortiline Inc., and Core & Main LP to Increase the Authorized Annual Amount by $189,714.50 for a Combined Annual Amount of $948,572.50 for the Purchase of Lead-Free Brass and Ductile Iron Fittings for the Water Department

    Approved.

    Attachments
  28. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (CD 9) Authorize Execution of a Professional Services Agreement with Komatsu/Rangel Inc. dba Komatsu Architecture, in the Amount of $198,625.00, for the Design of the Bob Bolen Public Safety Training Complex for New Police Training Classrooms

    Approved.

    Attachments
  29. Passed
    Purchase of Equipment, Materials, and Services Consent

    (CD 7) Ratify Expenditure with L.J. Design & Construction, LLC, in the Amount of $130,667.00 for Construction of Production Greenhouse to Serve the Fort Worth Botanic Garden Located at the Rolling Hills Tree Farm, 2525 Joe B. Rushing Road

    Approved.

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  30. Passed
    Land Consent

    (Future CD 10) Consider Institution and Adoption of Ordinance Annexing Approximately 2.195 Acres of Haslet Roanoke Right-of-Way, Located North of Westport Parkway, West of Park Vista Boulevard and East of Beach Street, in the Far West Planning Sector, AX-23-007

    Approved. Ordinance No. 26900-05-2024

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  31. Passed
    Land Consent

    (Future CD 3) Consider Institution and Adoption of Ordinance Annexing Approximately 8.331 Acres of Team Ranch Road and Right-of-Way, Located North of Interstate Highway 20 and Extending West from West Loop 820 for Approximately 4,520-Feet, in the Far West Planning Sector, AX-23-008

    Approved. Ordinance No. 26901-05-2024

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  32. Passed
    Land Consent

    (CD 7) Authorize Acquisition of Approximately 1.672 Acres in Right-of-Way and Drainage Easements from Property Owned by Coburn Farm Ltd. Located at 5450 WJ Boaz Road, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 76179 in the Amount of $295,300.00 and Pay Estimated Closing Costs in an Amount Up to $3,000.00 for a Total Cost of $298,300.00 for the WJ Boaz Road Widening Improvements Project (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved.

    Attachments
  33. Passed
    Land Consent

    (CD 3) Authorize the Acquisition of a Fee Simple Interest in Approximately 0.556 Acres Located at 7199 Calmont Avenue, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 76116 from Robert Joseph Jones and Marilou Jones Morales in the Amount of $48,400.00, Pay Estimated Closing Costs in an Amount Up to $5,000.00 for a Total of $53,400.00 for the Trail Gap Bomber Spur Project

    Approved.

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  34. Passed
    Land Consent

    (ALL) Authorize the Conveyance of a Perpetual Utility Easement on Property Located at DFW International Airport to Oncor Electric Delivery Company, LLC for Substation Expansion for the American Airlines Campus and Authorize an Amendment to the Lease Agreement with American Airlines, Inc. for the American Airlines, Inc. Campus at DFW International Airport

    Approved.

    Attachments
  35. Passed
    Land Consent

    (CD 2) Authorize Conveyance of Easement to Oncor Electric Delivery, LLC., for Electrical Equipment and Appurtenances on 0.011 Acres of Land at Fort Worth Meacham International Airport to Serve Lease Site 4C Located at Block 2 and Lot 1R, Block 1 of Meacham Airport Addition, James Wallace Survey, Abstract A-1605, in Fort Worth, Texas

    Approved.

    Attachments
  36. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of an Agreement with Colette Holt & Associates in an Amount Up to $150,000.00 to Conduct Utilization and Availability Analysis for Business Equity, Veteran, Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Firms in the City of Fort Worth Marketplace, Adopt Appropriation Ordinance Reallocating Resources from the Non-Departmental Department Budget to Diversity & Inclusion Department in the Amount of $150,000.00 and Amend the Fiscal Year 2024 Adopted Budget

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26902-05-2024

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  37. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 9 / Future CD 9) Authorize Execution of an Economic Development Program Agreement with ITS Logistics LLC or an Affiliate, to Provide Three Annual Grants in an Total Amount Not to Exceed $847,500.00 for the Establishment of a Network Transportation, Drayage and Intermodal Logistics Center in the City of Fort Worth and Associated Employment Commitments

    Approved.

    Attachments
  38. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 8) Authorize Execution of a Design-Build Services Agreement with Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. for the Extension of Everman Parkway from Rosedale Spring Lane to Cameron Hill Point Project with a Preconstruction Phase Fee in the Amount of $2,195,464.00, a General Conditions Cost of 0.75% and a Construction Phase Fee of 3.5% of the Cost of Work, Within the Project Budget of $41,800,000.00 (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved.

    Attachments
  39. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 10) Authorize Execution of a Construction Contract with McClendon Construction Company, Inc. in the Amount of $3,881,916.75 for the Park Vista Boulevard from Keller Haslet Road to Timberland Boulevard Project (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved.

    Attachments
  40. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 4 and CD 7) Authorize Execution of Amendment Number 4 to the Professional Engineering Services Agreement with Burns & McDonnell, Inc. in an Amount Not to Exceed $200,363.00 for a Total Revised Contract Amount of $2,806,492.00 for the Ray White Road Improvements Project (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved.

    Attachments
  41. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 2) Authorize Execution of an Engineering Agreement with Quiddity Engineering, LLC in the Amount of $550,519.00 for the Design of Northwest 20th True Creek Bank Stabilization Project, Adopt Appropriation Ordinance and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26903-05-2024

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  42. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 7) Authorize Rejection of the Bid Received for the Central Arlington Heights Sealed Bid Sale

    Approved.

    Attachments
  43. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 3 and CD 9) Authorize Execution of Change Order No. 2, with a Net Total Amount of $1,657,740.00 after Deducts and the Addition of 190 Calendar Days, to the Contract with William J. Schultz, Inc. dba Circle C Construction Company for the Construction of Westcliff Drainage Improvements, Phase 1, and Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Contract 91, Part 2 and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water's Contribution to the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvements Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26904-05-2024

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  44. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 8) Authorize the Execution of a Lease Agreement Between the City of Fort Worth (Lessor) and Brave/R Together Tarrant (Lessee) for Approximately 3,900 Square Feet of Space in the First Floor of the Building Located at 1607 New York Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas, 76104 for Use as Office and Community Meeting Space While Conducting the Evans Avenue Urban Design and Streetscape Plan Study Funded by the Fort Worth Local Development Corporation and Find that the Lease Serves a Public Purpose and that Adequate Controls are in Place to Ensure that the Public Purpose is Accomplished

    Approved.

    Attachments
  45. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 3) Authorize the Execution of a First Amendment to the Lease Between Alliance For Children, Incorporated (Lessor) and City of Fort Worth (Lessee) to Increase the Leased Premises to Approximately 8,872 Square Feet, Increase the Base Rent and Revise the Lease Term For The Office Space at 3609 Marquita Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76116 to be Used by The Fort Worth Police Department Crimes Against Children Unit and Human Trafficking Unit

    Approved.

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  46. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of Amendments to the Non-Exclusive Agreements with Certain Identified Appraisers to Increase the Combined Annual Amount by $4,000,000.00 for a New Combined Annual Amount of $5,000,000.00 for the Property Management Department

    Approved.

    Attachments
  47. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of a Professional Services Agreement with Terracon Consultants, Inc., for an Annual Amount Not to Exceed $250,000.00 for a One-Year Initial Term and Authorize Four (4) One-Year Renewals for the Same Annual Amount for the Environmental Services Department

    Approved.

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  48. Continued
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize the Execution of a Service Agreement with Five-Year Term With The LETCO Group, LLC d/b/a Living Earth for Organic Waste Processing Services in an Estimated Amount of $825,000.00 for the First Year for the Environmental Services Department

    Continued to the June 11, 2024, Council meeting.

    Attachments
  49. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize the Application for, and the Acceptance of, the DNA Capacity Enhancement for Backlog Reduction Program Grant Fiscal Year 2024 from the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance in an Amount Up to $850,000.00, Authorize Execution of a Grant Agreement with the United States Department of Justice and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26905-05-2024

    Attachments
  50. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Acceptance of Up to $220,456.18 in United States Bureau of Justice Assistance Grant Funds as a Subrecipient of the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin as Reimbursement for Providing Additional Law Enforcement Personnel to Assist with Security During the 2024 Republican National Convention and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26906-05-2024

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  51. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize an Amendment to the Cooperative Agreement with Information Discovery Services, LLC for Background Investigations to Increase the Total Amount of the Agreement by $80,000.00 to a New Total Amount Not to Exceed $180,000.00 Annually and Add Four (4) One-Year Renewal Options for the Police Department

    Approved.

    Attachments
  52. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 9) Authorize Execution of a Vendor Services Agreement with Mitchell Time and Parking for Retractable Bollards and Installation in the West 7th Street Area for Traffic and Crowd Control in the Amount of $140,524.16 with Options to Renew for the Police Department

    Approved.

    Attachments
  53. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of Sole Source Purchase Agreements with West Publishing Corporation for CLEAR Software Subscriptions in the Total Amount of $138,341.16 for the First Year, with Four Options to Renew for the Police Department, Environmental Services Department, Code Compliance Department, and the Water Department

    Approved.

    Attachments
  54. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 2) Authorize Execution of a Three-Year Administration Building Office Lease Agreement with Disability Rights Texas for Suite 315 at Fort Worth Meacham International Airport

    Approved.

    Attachments
  55. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 2) Authorize Execution of Amendment No. 1 in the Amount of $170,479.00, to an Engineering Agreement with TranSystems Corporation Consultants for Water and Sanitary Sewer Contract 2021, WSM-E and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26907-05-2024

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  56. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 9) Adopt Appropriation Ordinance in the Amount of $38,500.00 for 30-Inch Water Main at the Lancaster Avenue/Collier Street Intersection Emergency Repair to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26908-05-2024

    Attachments
  57. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 8 and CD 9) Authorize Execution of an Engineering Agreement with Lockwood Andrews & Newnam, Inc., in the Amount of $1,448,273.00, for the 16 Inch to 30 Inch Cast Iron Water Main Replacements in Holly - East Side Pump Station Project and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26909-05-2024

    Attachments
  58. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 3, CD 7, ETJ and City of Benbrook) Authorize Execution of Amendment No. 2 in the Amount of $2,159,580.00 to an Engineering Agreement with Plummer Associates, Inc. for the Mary’s Creek Lift Station Site & Force Main Alignment Project and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvements Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26910-05-2024

    Attachments
  59. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of a Cooperative Agreement with Oracle America, Inc., for the Oracle RightNow Licensing, Maintenance & Support Services, Learning Subscription, and Professional Services for Oracle Cloud Services for the Water Department, in an Amount Not to Exceed $239,000.00 Annually

    Approved.

    Attachments
  60. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 9) Authorize Execution of an Engineering Agreement with Dunaway Associates, LLC, in the Amount of $410,225.00, for the Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation, Contract 126 Project and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26911-05-2024

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  61. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 5) Authorize Execution of an Engineering Agreement with Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. in the Amount of $276,674.00 for the Sanitary Sewer Contract 119 Project, and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26912-05-2024

    Attachments
  62. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 6) Authorize Execution of an Engineering Agreement with Carollo Engineers, Inc. in the Amount of $413,600.00 for the Water and Sanitary Sewer Replacement Contract 2023, WSM-K Project and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26913-05-2024

    Attachments
  63. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 2) Authorize Execution of an Engineering Agreement with Freese and Nichols, Inc. in the Amount of $548,293.00 for the Water and Sanitary Sewer Replacements Contract 2023, WSM-P Project and Adopt Appropriation Ordinance to Effect a Portion of Water’s Contribution to Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26914-05-2024

    Attachments
  64. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 2, CD 3, CD 4, CD 8, CD 10, and CD 11) Authorize Execution of a Contract with Northstar Construction, LLC, in the Amount of $2,174,833.00 for the Eight Playgrounds Replacement Projects

    Approved.

    Attachments
  65. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 9) Authorize Execution of Agreement for Forest Park Rides, Inc., to Operate Miniature Train Ride and Related Concessions in Trinity and Forest Parks

    Approved.

    Attachments
  66. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 5) Authorize Execution of a Contract with The Fain Group, Inc., in the Amount of $3,571,216.00 for the Construction of Trinity Trails East - Phase II; Authorize Execution of Amendment No. 1 to the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Arlington, Texas to Accept Additional Funds of $1,315,310.00 for Final Design and Engineering Services, and Increased Construction Costs Due to Material Cost Increases and General Inflation Factors for Trinity Trails East - Phase II; Authorize the Execution of the Credit Purchase Agreement with Wild-TX Lands, LLC, Not to Exceed $150,000.00, for the Purchase of Mitigation Credits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Authorize the Execution of the Credit Purchase Agreement with Rockin' K on Chambers Creek, LLC, Not to Exceed $150,000.00, for the Purchase of Mitigation Credits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Adopt the Appropriation Ordinance, and Amend the Fiscal Year 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26915-05-2024

    Attachments
  67. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (CD 5) Approve Financial Actions in Support of the FW Babers Manor Affordable Housing Development Located at 4400, 4408, 4416, and 4424 Ramey Avenue as Part of the Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant for the Cavile Place/Historic Stop Six Area and Consisting of (A) Authorize: (i) Expenditure of $1,000,000.00 of HOME Investment Partnerships Program Grant Funds as a Loan (ii) Expenditure of $150,000.00 of Urban Development Action Grant Miscellaneous Revenue as a Loan to Fort Worth Affordability Inc. (iii) Acceptance of Assignment from Fort Worth Affordability Inc., of Contracts and Loan Documents and (iv) Assignment from Fort Worth Affordability Inc. to FW Babers Manor, LP of Federal Grant Obligations; (v) Execution of Necessary Amendments and Extensions to All Contracts and Documents to Facilitate Project Completion; (vi) Conversion of the HOME Investment Partnerships Program Loan from Non-Forgivable to Forgivable Under Specified Conditions; and (x) Substitution of Funding Years; (B) Finding that the Loans Serve a Public Purpose and that Adequate Controls are in Place; and (C) Adopting Attached Appropriation Ordinance

    Approved. Appropriation Ordinance No. 26916-05-2024

    Attachments
  68. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Amendment No. 4 to CSC No. 28358-E2 with Waste Management of Texas, Inc. for Collection of Residential Garbage, Refuse and Small Bulky Waste, Recyclables, Certain Commercial Solid Waste, Yard Waste, C&D and Large Brush and Large Bulky Waste to Amend M/WBE Component and Other General Terms and Conditions

    Council Member Williams made a motion to deny M&C 24-0436 and it failed for a lack of a second, so he withdrew the motion. Council Member Williams made a motion, seconded by Council Member Nettles, that M&C 24-0436 be continued to the June, 11, 2024, Council meeting. Motion failed 4-7, Mayor Parker, Mayor Pro tem Bivens, and Council Members Lauersdorf, Hill, Beck, Blaylock, and Martinez casting the dissenting votes. Council Member Lauersdorf made a motion, seconded by Council Member Hill, that M&C 24-0436 be approved. Motion passed 9-2, Council Members Williams and Nettles casting the dissenting votes.

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  69. Passed
    Award of Contract Consent

    (ALL) Authorize Execution of an Interlocal Agreement with the Metropolitan Area Emergency Medical Services Authority, d/b/a Medstar, to Provide for City Reimbursement to Medstar for Costs Associated with Emergency Medical Services Provided to Individuals in Fort Worth Police Department Custody, in an Amount Up to $250,000.00 Per Fiscal Year, with Options to Renew

    Approved.

    Attachments
  70. Passed
    Appointment

    Board Appointment - District 5

    Mayor Pro tem Bivens made a motion, seconded by Council Member Beck, that Christina Hanson be appointment to the Library Advisory Board for a partial term beginning May 14, 2024, and with a term expiring October 1, 2025. Motion passed 11-0.

    Attachments
  71. Passed
    Appointment

    Board Appointment - District 6

    Council Member Williams made a motion, seconded by Council Member Crain, that Kelicia Stevenson be appointment to the Board of Adjustment – Commercial and the Fort Worth Alliance Airport Board of Adjustment for a partial term beginning May 14, 2024, and with a term expiring October 1, 2024. Motion passed 11-0.

    Attachments
  72. Passed
    Appointment

    Board Appointment - District 10

    Council Member Blaylock made a motion, seconded by Council Member Beck, that Richard Vaccaro be appointment to the Aviation Advisory Board for a partial term beginning May 14, 2024, and with a term expiring October 1, 2024. Motion passed 11-0.

    Attachments
  73. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution Appointing David Cooke to the Board of Directors of Multipurpose Arena Fort Worth, A Texas Non-Profit Corporation

    Council Member Hill made a motion, seconded by Council Member Crain, that Resolution No. 5948-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

    Attachments
  74. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution Approving, for Purposes of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code, Obligations Issued by the Red River Education Finance Corporation for the Benefit of Texas Christian University

    Council Member Beck made a motion, seconded by Council Member Crain, that Resolution No. 5949-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

    Attachments
  75. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution Canvassing the Returns and Declaring the Results of the Special Election Held on May 4, 2024, for the Purpose of Submitting to the Qualified Voters of the City of Fort Worth the Question of the Approval and Implementation of Resolution 5866-01-2024 Designating the Fort Worth Convention Center and Related Infrastructure as a Venue Project in Accordance with Chapter 334, Texas Local Government Code, and Designating the Method of Financing for the Venue Project

    Council Member Beck made a motion, seconded by Council Member Crain, that Resolution No. 5946-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

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  76. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution Requesting Financial Assistance from the Texas Water Development Board in the Amount of $125,000,000.00 from the State Water Implementation Fund for Texas (SWIFT) for the Water Department; Authorizing Application and Related Actions; and Making Certain Findings

    Council Member Beck made a motion, seconded by Council Member Crain, that Resolution No. 5950-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

    Attachments
  77. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution Acknowledging an Increase in the Number of Affordable Rental Housing Units in the Development Named Hughes House II Located at 1401 Etta Street in the City of Fort Worth

    Mayor Pro tem Bivens made a motion, seconded by Council Member Beck, that Resolution No. 5947-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 11-0.

    Attachments
  78. Passed
    Ordinance

    An Ordinance Establishing an Exemption from Ad Valorem Taxes for Qualifying Child-Care Facility Properties for the City of Fort Worth; Providing a Severability Clause; and Declaring an Effective Date

    Mayo Pro tem Bivens made a motion, seconded by Council Member Beck, that Ordinance No. 26918-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 10-0, with one recusal from Council Member Nettles.

    Attachments
  79. Failed
    Zoning Case

    (CD 11) FL Logic LLC/Ohad Ben Shushan, 621 S Retta Street (0.16 acres) From: “A-5” One-Family, To: “PD/A-5” Planned Development for all uses in “A-5” One-Family plus duplex, site plan included (Recommended for Denial by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from a Previous Meeting)

    Council Member Martinez made a motion, seconded by Council Member Nettles, that Zoning Docket ZC-23-185 be denied without prejudice. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

    Attachments
  80. Passed
    Zoning Case

    (CD 4) Clay Cristy, 5127 N Tarrant Pkwy (0.79 acres) To: Add Site Plan for restaurant use for PD 1294 Planned Development for all uses in “E” Neighborhood Commercial (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)

    Council Member Lauersdorf made a motion, seconded by Council Member Nettles, that Site Plan SP-24-003 be approved with enthusiasm. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

    Attachments
  81. Continued
    Zoning Case

    (CD 11) Joe Johnson, 5328 E Lancaster Ave (6.64 acres) To: Amend Site Plan for “PD 490” Planned Development to add security fence (Recommended for Denial by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from a previous meeting)

    Council Member Martinez made a motion, seconded by Council Member Crain, that Site Plan SP-24-004 be continued to the June 11, 2024, Council meeting. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

    Attachments
  82. Passed
    Zoning Case

    (CD 11) City of Fort Worth, 1405 & 1409 Weiler Blvd (0.38 acres) From: “E” Neighborhood Commercial, To: “ER” Neighborhood Commercial Restricted (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)

    Council Member Martinez made a motion, seconded by Council Member Beck, that Zoning Docket ZC-23-182 be approved. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

    Attachments
  83. Passed
    Zoning Case

    (CD 10) Kendra Stephenson, 311 E Bonds Ranch (20.1 acres) From: “F” General Commercial, To: “PD/D” including event center or rental hall, health club, restaurant, café, cafeteria, office, retail sales and service, with Development Standards as presented in Exhibit A (see council packet), Site Plan Required (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)

    Council Member Blaylock made a motion, seconded by Council Member Nettles, that Zoning Docket ZC-24-011 be approved. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

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  84. Continued
    Zoning Case

    (CD 2) Jason Eggenburger, 1332-1344 (evens) Main Street; 1313-1315 (odds) Commerce Street (1.071 acres) From: “J” Medium Industrial and “B” Two-Family, To: Tract 1: PD/MU-1 Planned Development for all uses in “MU-1” Low Intensity Mixed-Use plus hotel, site plan waiver requested Tract 2: PD/E Planned Development for all uses in neighborhood commercial with development standards for parking within 20 ft setback, dumpster without a primary use, site plan included (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)

    Council Member Flores made a motion, seconded by Council Member Nettles, that Zoning Docket ZC-24-012 be continued to the June 25, 2024, Council meeting. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

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  85. Passed
    Zoning Case

    (CD 11) Leonardo Munoz, 1701 Vaughn Blvd & 3214 Ave I (0.261 acres) From: “MU-1” Low Intensity Mixed-Use, To: “A-5” One-Family (Recommended for Denial by the Zoning Commission)

    Council Member Martinez made a motion, seconded by Council Member Beck, that Zoning Docket ZC-24-019 be denied with prejudice. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

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  86. Passed
    Zoning Case

    (CD 6) Ben Raef, 6889 Harris Pkwy, 7101 Dutch Branch Rd (14.087 acres) From: “R2” Townhouse /Cluster, To: “E” Neighborhood Commercial (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)

    Council Member Williams made a motion, seconded by Council Member Hill, that Zoning Docket ZC-24-024 be approved. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

    Attachments
  87. Passed
    Zoning Case

    (All Districts) City of Fort Worth, MU Districts, To: An Ordinance amending the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City of Fort Worth amending Article 13 “Form-Based Districts”, Section 4.1300(g)(1)(c) “Low Intensity Mixed Use (“MU-1”) District”, and Section 4.1302(g)(1)(c) “High Intensity Mixed-Use (“MU-2”) District”, to increase the size of the opening of a parking structure vehicle access facing public and private streets (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission)

    Council Member Beck made a motion, seconded by Council Member Flores, that Zoning Docket ZC-24-028 be approved and Ordinance No. 26920-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

    Attachments
  88. Passed
    Benefit Hearing - Report of CM

    (ALL) Conduct Public Benefit Hearing Concerning the Following Matters Related to Fort Worth Public Improvement District No. 18 - Tourism: (1) Expansion of the Fort Worth Public Improvement District No. 18 - Tourism to Include One Additional Hotel Property and the Advisability of the Improvements and Services to be Undertaken, and (2) the 2023 Assessment for the Additional Hotel; Find for the Sufficiency of the Petition Requesting Expansion of the Fort Worth Public Improvement District No. 18 - Tourism; Approve the Filing of the Revised 2023 Assessment Roll (PUBLIC HEARING - a. Report of City Staff: Lacey Ruiz; b. Public Comment; c. Council Action: Close Public Hearing and Act on M&C)

    Council Member Beck made a motion, seconded by Council Member Blaylock, that public hearing be closed and M&C 24-0382 be approved. Motion passed 11-0.

    Attachments
  89. Passed
    General - Report of CM

    (ALL) Adopt Ordinance Appropriating $10,000.00 in the Grants Operating Other Fund for the No Kid Hungry Campaign of Share Our Strength and the Mayors Alliance to End Childhood Hunger

    Council Member Crain made a motion, seconded by Mayor Pro tem Bivens, that M&C 24-0368 be approved and Appropriation Ordinance No. 26917-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 10-0, with one recusal from Council Member Williams.

    Attachments
  90. Passed
    General - Report of CM

    (CD 3) Authorize the Acceptance of a Donation of Playground Pieces Valued at Approximately $17,467.00, from the Boonyaratanakornkit Family for Overton Park

    Council Member Crain made a motion, seconded by Council Member Nettles, that M&C 24-0429 be approved. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

    Attachments
  91. Passed
    General - Report of CM

    (CD 9) Authorize Acceptance of a Pavilion Valued at Approximately $62,952.50, from the Ryan Place Improvement Association for Daggett Park

    Council Member Beck made a motion, seconded by Council Member Williams, that M&C 24-0430 be approved. Motion passed 10-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens absent.

    Attachments
  92. Passed
    Land - Report of CM

    (CD 7) Adopt Resolution Authorizing Condemnation by Eminent Domain to Acquire 0.662 Acres in Right-of-Way and Slope Easements from Real Property Owned by Boaz Road, L.P., Located at 8000 Boat Club Road in the E.S. Schultz Survey, Abstract No. 1439, Tarrant County, Texas, for the WJ Boaz Road Widening Improvements Project (2022 Bond Program)

    Approved. Resolution No. 5951-05-2024

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  93. Passed
    Land - Report of CM

    (CD 7) Adopt Resolution Authorizing Condemnation by Eminent Domain to Acquire 0.2447 Acres in Right-of-Way and Temporary Construction Easements from Real Property Owned by PS LPT Properties Investors, Located at 6375, 6355 and 6325 WJ Boaz Road in the All Storage Boat Club Addition, an Addition to the City of Fort Worth, Block 1, Lots 1, 2 and 3, Tarrant County, Texas, for the WJ Boaz Road Widening Improvements Project (2022 Bond Program)

    Council Member Hill made a motion, seconded by Council Member Beck that City Council approve M&Cs 24-0399 and 24-0400 and adopt Resolution Nos. 5951-05-2024 and 5952-05-2024 authorizing use of the power of eminent domain to acquire the following: 0.391 acres of land in right-of-way easement and 0.271 acres of land in slope easement located at 8000 Boat Club Road in the E.S. Schultz Survey, Abstract No. 1439, Tarrant County, Texas and owned by Boaz Road, L.P.; and 0.2132 acres of land in right-of-way easements and 0.0315 acres of land in temporary construction easements located at 6375, 6355 and 6325 WJ Boaz Road in the All Storage Boat Club Addition, an addition to the City of Fort Worth, Block 1, Lots 1, 2 and 3, Tarrant County, Texas and owned by PS LPT Properties Investors. The land rights in the subject properties are needed for the WJ Boaz Road Widening Improvements project, a public use that provides for roadway improvements including pavement reconstruction with curb and gutter, drainage improvements, streetlights, shared use paths and reconstruction of the existing roundabout at Bowman Roberts Road. The property interest to be acquired is described by metes and bounds and depicted by survey exhibits attached to the Mayor and Council Communications. This motion indicates that the first record vote applies to all units of property to be condemned and the minutes shall reflect that the first vote applies to all of those units.” Motion passed 9-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens and Council Member Crain absent.

    Attachments
  94. Passed
    Award of Contract - Report of CM

    (CD 2 and CD 7) Authorize Execution of Amendment No. 1, to the Construction Manager at Risk Agreement with Sundt Construction, Inc. to Establish the Guaranteed Maximum Price in the Amount Not to Exceed $44,886,140.31 for Construction of the Cromwell Marine Creek Road Widening and Intersection Improvements Project from Boat Club Road to Marine Creek Parkway, Authorize an Increase to the Project Budget in the Amount of $21,239,483.92, Adopt Appropriation Ordinances and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program (2022 Bond Program)

    Council Member Flores made a motion, seconded by Council Member Hill, that M&C 24-0387 be approved and Appropriation Ordinance Nos. 26922-05-2024 and 26923-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 9-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens and Council Member Crain absent.

    Attachments
  95. Passed
    General - Report of CM

    (ALL) Adopt Appropriation Ordinance Increasing Appropriations in the 2022 Bond Program Fund in the Amount Up to $160,190,000.00, for the Purpose of Funding Expenditures Associated with 2022 Bond Projects; and Amend the Fiscal Years 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program (2022 Bond Program)

    Council Member Beck made a motion, seconded by Council Member Hill, that M&C 24-0438 be approved and Appropriation Ordinance No. 26921-05-2024 be adopted. Motion passed 9-0, Mayor Pro tem Bivens and Council Member Crain absent.

    Attachments
  96. Agenda Ready
    Special Presentations, Introductions

    Presentation of Certificate of Recognition to Angel Sanchez, Diamond Hill Jarvis Senior