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SEABROOK CITY COUNCIL 
 NOTICE OF REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING 
 TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2022 - 5:00 PM


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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE SEABROOK CITY COUNCIL WILL MEET ON TUESDAY MAY 17, 2022 AT 5:00 PM IN THE CITY OF SEABROOK CITY HALL, 1700 FIRST STEET, SEABROOK, TEXAS, TO DISCUSS, CONSIDER, AND IF APPROPRIATE, TAKE ACTION WITH RESPECT TO THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW.
 
THIS FACILITY IS WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE AND ACCESSIBLE PARKING SPACES ARE AVAILABLE. REQUESTS FOR OTHER ACCOMMODATIONS OR INTERPRETIVE SERVICES, MUST BE MADE, 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THIS MEETING. PLEASE CONTACT THE CITY SECRETARY'S OFFICE AT (281) 291-5663 OR CITYSEC@SEABROOKTX.GOV FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


1.

ELECTION

1.1   Consider and take all appropriate action on proposed Resolution 2022-17, "Canvass of the City of Seabrook General Election held on May 7, 2022". City Council

ATTACHMENT(S):    Resolution 2022-17    Unofficial Tabulation of Results


A RESOLUTION AND ORDER CANVASSING THE RETURNS AND DECLARING THE RESULTS OF THE CITY OFFICERS' REGULAR ELECTION HELD ON MAY 7, 2022


1.2   Consider and take all appropriate action on first and final reading of Ordinance 2022-11, "Ordering of Runoff Election to be held on June 11, 2022".    Robin Lenio, City Secretary

ATTACHMENT(S):    Ordinance 2022-11


AN ORDINANCE CALLING AND ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR THE RUN OFF CITY OFFICERS' ELECTION FOR COUNCIL POSITION 1 TO BE HELD ON JUNE 11, 2022; AND MAKING OTHER PROVISIONS RELATED TO THIS ELECTION.


1.3   Presentation honoring outgoing Councilmember Jeff Larson for his hard work, loyalty, and contributions to the City Council and the City of Seabrook.  Thom Kolupski, Mayor   


1.4   Administer the Oaths of Office, present Certificates of Election, and hear remarks by Newly Elected Council Members.    Robin Lenio, City Secretary



IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING, COUNCIL WILL ADJOURN THE MEETING FOR A BRIEF RECEIPTION TO HONOR THE OUTGOING AND WELCOME THE INCOMING COUNCIL MEMBERS.


2.

PRESENTATIONS

2.1   Presentation of a Proclamation to recognize May 15-21, 2022 as National Police Week.    Thom Kolupski, Mayor 

ATTACHMENT(S):     Proclamation


2.2   Presentation of a Proclamation to recognize May 15-21, 2022 as National EMS Week.    Thom Kolupski, Mayor 

ATTACHMENT(S):     Proclamation


2.3   Presentation of a Proclamation to recognize May 15-21, 2022 as National Public Works Week.   Thom Kolupski, Mayor

ATTACHMENT(S):    Proclamation


3.

PUBLIC COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

At this time we would like to listen to any member of the audience on any subject matter, whether or not that item is on the agenda.  All comments are limited to a maximum of four minutes for each speaker, shall be limited to City business or City-related business or matters of general public interest, and shall not include any personal attacks.  In accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, members may not discuss or take action on any item that has not been posted on the agenda.  When your name is called, please come to the podium and state your name and address clearly into the microphone before making your comments.  Thank you.

REGISTER ONLINE TO SPEAK IN PERSON DURING PUBLIC COMMENTS: www.seabrooktx.gov/speaker-registration


3.1   Mayor, City Council and/or members of the City staff may make announcements about City/Community events.   City Council

ATTACHMENT(S):    Events Memo


4.

SPECIFIC PUBLIC HEARING

4.1   Conduct a Public Hearing on a Request for a Conditional Use Permit to establish an “Axe Throwing Venue” at 1002 N. Meyer Avenue Suite A., as per the Seabrook City Code, Appendix A, Comprehensive Zoning, Article 4, “Special Use Regulations,” Section 4.11, “Conditional use permit criteria and procedures”.    Sean Landis, Deputy City Manager

ATTACHMENT(S):     Public Hearing Notice     Presentation      PZ Report    


5.

BID AWARDS

5.1    Consider and take all appropriate action on a Bid Award to Cobb Fendley for Proposal (RFP) # 2022-08 for the Engineering Services for Projects under the American Rescue Protection Act (ARPA) funding and authorize the City Manager to negotiate, approve and sign a contract.    Gayle Cook, City Manager

ATTACHMENT(S):    Agenda Briefing    Statement of Qualifications


5.2   Consider and take all appropriate action on a Bid Award to Brown Reynolds Watford Architects ("BRW") Request for Qualifications (RFQ) #2022-06 for Feasibility Study, Needs Assessment, Architectural Design for New Emergency Medical Services & Operations Center in an amount not to exceed $51,800 for Scope of Work and $4,500 for Optional Basic Services, if needed for a total not to exceed of $56,300 and authorize the City Manager to negotiate, approve and sign a contract.    Gayle Cook, City Manager

ATTACHMENT(S):    Agenda Briefing    Statement of Qualifications   Evaluation


5.3   Consider and take all appropriate action on Bid Award to Statewide Services for Waterway Outfall Replacement Project; RFP 2022-04 for the amount of $118,607.50 and authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract.   Kevin Padgett, Director of Public Works and Brian Craig, City Engineer and Assistant Director of Public Works

ATTACHMENT(S):    Agenda Briefing    Project Map and Details    Bid Tabulation    Statewide Services Bid    CIP Summary


5.4   Consider and take all appropriate action on a Bid Award to Celerity Engineering for the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) #2022-09 for Pine Gully Pier Engineering Services and authorize the City Manager to negotiate an agreement for services.    Gayle Cook, City Manager

ATTACHMENT(S):    Agenda Briefing    Statement of Qualifications    Evaluation


6.

NEW BUSINESS

6.1   Consider and take all appropriate action on first reading of Ordinance 2022-10, "Issue of Conditional Use Permit to allow for a "Axe Throwing Venue" at 1002 N. Meyer Avenue, Suite A, in the (OS) Old Seabrook Zoning District.    Sean Landis, Deputy City Manager

ATTACHMENT(S):    Agenda Briefing    PZ Report    Presentation    Ordinance 2022-10   


AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF SEABROOK, APPENDIX A, COMPREHENSIVE ZONING, ARTICLE 13, “TEMPORARY AND NONTEXT CHANGES,” SECTION 13.03, “CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS GRANTED”, BY ADDING A NEW PARAGRAPH TWENTY EIGHT (28), GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT ALLOWING A “AXE THROWING VENUE” AT 1002 NORTH MEYER AVENUE, SUITE A., WITHIN THE OS (OLD SEABROOK DISTRICT) OF THE CITY; PROVIDING A PENALTY IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,000 FOR VIOLATION OF ANY PROVISIONS HEREOF BY INCLUSION INTO THE CODE; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT OR IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY


6.2   Consider and take all appropriate action on the approval of Work Authorization 2021-03 for Grant Management services under the Agreement for Grant Management and Project Management for Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) Projects with Ardurra Group, LLC for grant submission of Pine Gully Pier and Seabrook Fire Station Generator in an amount not to exceed $18,800.00 and authorize the City Manager to execute required documents.    Gayle Cook, City Manager

ATTACHMENT(S):   Agenda Briefing    Scope of Work


6.3   Consider and take all appropriate action on a Joinder Agreement and Amendment #5 to the Interlocal Agreement between the Harris County Sheriff's Office and the Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD Clinician and Officer Remote Evaluation Program (CORE) to add the City of Seabrook Police Department to allow Seabrook officers to access mental health clinicians while in the field, through video technology, to perform assessments for persons believed to be in an emergency mental health crisis.      Sean Wright, Chief of Police

ATTACHMENT(S):    Joinder Agreement


7.

OLD BUSINESS

7.1   Remove from the table and Consider and take all appropriate action on first reading of Ordinance 2022-09, "Amending Impact Fees for New Construction and Adoption of a Land Use Assumptions Map"    Sean Landis, Deputy City Manager

ATTACHMENT(S):    Agenda Briefing    Presentation    PZ minutes    Advisory Committee Recommendation    Impact Fee Report    Ordinance 2022-09


AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF SEABROOK, CHAPTER 85, "TAXATION AND FINANCE", ARTICLE V, "FINANCE", DIVISION 2, "IMPACT FEES", SECTIONS 85-156 - 85-158, BY AMENDING AND UPDATING IMPACT FEES IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE LAW; MAKING FINDINGS OF FACT; PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR VIOLATION; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT OR IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; CONTAINING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION AND EFFECTIVE DATE

8.

ROUTINE BUSINESS

8.1   City Manager update and report to City Council on various items that require no action, including SH 146 Expansion Projects, Red Bluff Expansion Project, Gulf Coast Protection District, CenterPoint Substation and Industrial Area, City of Seabrook CIP Projects, and any City of Seabrook Grant Administration.   Gayle Cook, City Manager


8.2   Establish future meeting dates and agenda items.    City Council

ATTACHMENT(S):    Calendar



THE CITY COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO HEAR ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED AGENDA ITEMS THAT QUALIFY FOR AN EXECUTIVE SESSION IN AN EXECUTIVE SESSION BY PUBLICLY ANNOUNCING THE APPLICABLE SECTION NUMBER OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT, (CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE) THAT JUSTIFIES EXECUTIVE SESSION TREATMENT.
                                                    
I certify that this notice was posted on the bulletin board on or before Friday, May 13, 2022 no later than 5:00 p.m. and that this notice will remain posted until the meeting has ended.
 
Robin Lenio, TRMC
City Secretary

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