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06/24/2021 - Regular Agenda Packet - City CouncilCollege Station, TX Meeting Agenda City Council Regular 1101 Texas Ave, College Station, TX 77840 Internet:  https://zoom.us/s/94066691730 Phone 888 475 4499 and Meeting ID: 940 6669 1730 June 24, 2021 4:00 PM City Hall Council Chambers College Station, TX Page 1 This meeting will offer both in­person and remote participation following both the City’s  Guidelines for in­person, virtual attendance, and the speaker protocol in the agenda. The city  uses a third­party vendor to help host the meeting and if the call­in number is not functioning  access will be through the internet link only.      1.Call to Order.        2.Executive Session is Closed to the Public and Will Be Held in the Administrative  Conference Room. The Open Meeting Will Resume No Earlier Than 5:00 PM.     Consultation with Attorney {Gov’t Code Section 551.071};  Possible action. The City Council may seek advice from its attorney regarding a pending or  contemplated litigation subject or settlement offer or attorney­client privileged information. Litigation  is an ongoing process and questions may arise as to a litigation tactic or settlement offer, which  needs to be discussed with the City Council. Upon occasion the City Council may need information  from its attorney as to the status of a pending or contemplated litigation subject or settlement offer or  attorney­client privileged information. After executive session discussion, any final action or vote  taken will be in public. The following subject(s) may be discussed.  Litigation  a. Kathryn A. Stever­Harper as Executrix for the Estate of John Wesley Harper v. City of College  Station and Judy Meeks; No. 15,977­PC in the County Court No. 1, Brazos County, Texas  b. McCrory Investments II, LLC d/b/a Southwest Stor Mor v. City of College Station; Cause No. 17­ 000914­CV­361; In the 361st District Court, Brazos County, Texas c. City of College Station v. Gerry Saum, Individually, and as Independent Executrix of the Estate of  Susan M. Wood, Deceased; Cause No. 17­002742­CV­361; In the 361st District Court, Brazos  County, Texas d. City of College Station v. Brazos Re Investors Group, LLC. Cause No.612­CC; In the County  Court at Law No. 1 of Brazos County, Texas. Personnel {Gov’t Code Section 551.074};  Possible action. The City Council may deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation,  reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer. After executive session discussion,  any final action or vote taken will be in public. The following public officer(s) may be discussed:  a. City Manager b. Council Self­Evaluation Page 1 of 323  City Council Regular Page 2 June 24, 2021    3.Reconvene from Executive Session and Take Action, if Any.        4.Pledge of Allegiance, Invocation, and Consider Absence Request.     Speaker Protocol  An individual who wishes to address the City Council regarding any item on the agenda other than  those items posted for Executive Session shall register with the City Secretary two (2) hours prior to  the meeting being called to order. Individuals must register to speak or provide written comments at  https://forms.cstx.gov/Forms/CSCouncil or provide a name and phone number by calling 979­764­ 3500. Upon being called to speak an individual must state their name and city of residence, including  the state of residence if the city is located out of state. Speakers are encouraged to identify their  College Station neighborhood or geographic location. Each speaker’s remarks are limited to three (3)  minutes. Any speaker addressing the Council through the use of a translator may speak for six (6)  minutes. At the (3) minute mark the City Secretary will announce that the speaker must conclude  their remarks.     5.Presentation ­ Proclamations, Awards, and Recognitions.     5.1.Presentation of a proclamation recognizing the 50th Anniversary of the College Station Fire  Department.  Sponsors:Richard Mann  Attachments:1.210624 ­­ College Station Fire Dept. 50th Anniversary 5.2.Presentation of a proclamation honoring Anne Hazen for her service to the community.  Sponsors:Ian Whittenton  Attachments:1.210624 ­­ Anne Hazen    6.Hear Visitors.     During Hear Visitors an individual may address the City Council on any item which does not appear  on the posted agenda. The City Council will listen and receive the information presented by the  speaker, ask staff to look into the matter, or place the issue on a future agenda. Topics of operational  concern shall be directed to the City Manager.     7.Workshop Items.     7.1.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the stormwater mitigation plan for  Texas A&M Aggie Park.  Sponsors:Anthony Armstrong  Attachments:None 7.2.Presentation, discussion, and possible action on proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan  Future Land Use & Character Map, which is a part of the 10­year update.  Sponsors:Alyssa Halle­Schramm   Attachments:1.Future Land Use Category Descriptions 2.Map Book 3.Table of Proposed Changes Page 2 of 323  City Council Regular Page 3 June 24, 2021    8.Consent Items.     Presentation, discussion, and possible action on consent items which consist of ministerial or  "housekeeping" items as allowed by law. A Councilmember may request additional information at  this time. Any Councilmember may remove an item from Consent for discussion or a separate vote.  8.1.Presentation, discussion, and possible action of minutes for: • June 10, 2021 Council Meeting  Sponsors:Tanya Smith  Attachments:1.CCM061021 Draft Minutes 8.2.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the approval of the third and final  renewal of a contract with Brazos Paving, Inc. for the installation of a one­inch overlay with  specialty mix as needed for an amount not to exceed $432,000.  Sponsors:Pete Caler  Attachments:1.18300554R3 Brazos Paving Inc Renewal Ltr signed 8.3.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a technology services contract to  purchase and implement a mobile video surveillance system software and hardware,  maintenance and support and licensing with IVS, Inc. dba AngelTrax not to exceed  $349,741.82  Sponsors:Sam Rivera  Attachments:1.20300303_AngelTrax Tech Servies 5­28­21 8.4.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a service contract to purchase and  install network hardware for the new City Hall from the Personal Computer Store dba Avinext  not­to­exceed $256,788.  Sponsors:Sam Rivera  Attachments:1.21300561 ­ BW 8.5.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding approval of a professional services  contract with Kimley­Horn and Associates for the Holleman Drive West at Jones Butler Road  roundabout project in the amount of $201,900 and a Resolution Declaring Intention to  Reimburse Certain Expenditures with Proceeds from Debt.  Sponsors:Emily Fisher   Attachments:1.Project Location Map 2.ST2102 DRR (6­24­2021) 3.20210421_HollemanandJonesandButlerRoundaboutExhibitAandB 8.6.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding approval of Change Order 4 in the  amount of $69,395.18 for the Lick Creek Trunk Line construction contract with Thalle  Construction Company, Inc.  Sponsors:Emily Fisher  Attachments:1.CO 4 Draft ­ Copy    9.Regular Items.     Page 3 of 323  City Council Regular Page 4 June 24, 2021 9.1.Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance vacating  and abandoning a 1,973 square foot portion of right­of­way, said portion lying and being  situated in the J.E. Scott League, Abstract Number 50 in College Station, Texas, and being a  portion of the Ayrshire Street right­of­way as shown on the final plat of the College Park  Subdivision recorded in Volume 38, Page 602 of the Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas.  Sponsors:Elizabeth Pedersen   Attachments:1.Ordinance 2.Ordinance Exhibit A 3.Ordinance Exhibit B 4.Vicinity Map 5.Location Map 6.Application 9.2.Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the proposed FY 2022  (PY 2021) Annual Action Plan and Community Development Budget.  Sponsors:Debbie Eller   Attachments:1.Attachment 1 ­ FY 2022 Proposed Community Development Budget 2.Attachment 2 ­ FY 2022 Plan Development Process Summary 3.Attachment 3 ­ FY 2020 CDBG Public Service Funding 4.Attachment 4 ­ 2020­2024 Community Development Goals 5.Attachment 5 ­ 2021 Income Limits 6.Attachment 6 ­ Map of LMI Income Areas 7.Attachment 7 ­ Community Development Project Descriptions 9.3.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding approval of a construction contract with  Cervantez Construction in the amount of $457,905.40 for the Eastgate Neighborhood Sidewalk  and Southwood Sidewalk Improvements Project.   Sponsors:Emily Fisher   Attachments:1.Project Location_Eastgate_GIS 2.Project Location_Southwood_GIS 3.21­035_Tabulation_EG & SW 9.4.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the approval of a general services  contract with Marnoy Interest, LTD dba OP in the amount of $1,616,029.91 for furniture and  other services for the new city hall project.  Sponsors:Emily Fisher  Attachments:1.48599 TOTAL PROPOSAL 6.02 2.21300566 ­­ BW(CC6.24.21) 9.5.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding proposed amendments to the College  Station City Charter.  Sponsors:Carla Robinson  Attachments:1.Charter Amendment Proposition Language 06 24 21    10.Council Calendar ­ Council May Discuss Upcoming Events.     Page 4 of 323 City Council Regular Page 5 June 24, 2021 11.Items of Community Interest. The Council may receive reports from a Council Member or City Staff about items of community  interest for which notice has not been given, including: expressions of thanks, congratulations or  condolence; information regarding holiday schedules; honorary or salutary recognitions of a public  official, public employee, or other citizen; reminders of upcoming events organized or sponsored by  the City of College Station; information about a social, ceremonial or community event organized or  sponsored by an entity other than the City of College Station that is scheduled to be attended by a  Council Member, another city official or staff of the City of College Station; and announcements  involving an imminent threat to the public health and safety of people in the City of College Station  that has arisen after the posting of the agenda.  12.Council Reports on Committees, Boards, and Commissions. A Council Member may make a report regarding meetings of City Council boards and commissions  or meetings of boards and committees on which a Council Member serves as a representative that  have met since the last council meeting. (Committees listed in Coversheet) 13.Future Agenda Items and Review of Standing List of Council Generated Future Agenda Items. A Council Member may make a request to City Council to place an item for which no notice has been  given on a future agenda or may inquire about the status of an item on the standing list of council  generated future agenda items. A Council Member’s or City Staff’s response to the request or inquiry  will be limited to a statement of specific factual information related to the request or inquiry or the  recitation of existing policy in response to the request or inquiry. Any deliberation of or decision about  the  subject  of  a  request  will  be  limited  to  a  proposal  to  place  the  subject  on  the  agenda  for  a  subsequent meeting.  14.Adjourn. The City council may adjourn into Executive Session to consider any item listed on the agenda if a  matter is raised that is appropriate for Executive Session discussion.  I certify that the above Notice of Meeting was posted on the website and at College Station City Hall,  1101 Texas Avenue, College Station, Texas, on June 18, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.  Deputy City Secretary This  building  is  wheelchair  accessible.  Persons  with  disabilities  who  plan  to  attend  this meeting    and    who    may    need    accommodations,    auxiliary    aids,    or    services    such    as interpreters,   readers,  or  large  print  are  asked  to  contact  the  City  Secretary’s  Office  at  (979) 764­3541,  TDD   at  1­800­735­2989,  or  email  adaassistance@cstx.gov  at  least  two  business days  prior  to  the   meeting   so   that   appropriate   arrangements   can   be   made.   If   the   City   does  not   receive   notification  at  least  two  business  days  prior  to  the  meeting,  the  City  will  make  a reasonable  attempt to provide the necessary accommodations. Page 5 of 323  City Council Regular Page 6 June 24, 2021 Penal Code § 30.07. Trespass by License Holder with an Openly Carried Handgun. "Pursuant  to  Section  30.07,  Penal  Code  (Trespass  by  License  Holder  with  an  Openly  Carried     Handgun)     A     Person     Licensed     under     Subchapter     H,     Chapter     411,  Government   Code   (Handgun   Licensing   Law),   may   not   enter   this   Property   with   a  Handgun that is Carried Openly."  Codigo Penal § 30.07. Traspasar Portando Armas de Mano al Aire Libre con Licencia. “Conforme  a  la  Seccion  30.07 del  codigo  penal  (traspasar  portando  armas  de  mano al    aire   libre   con   licencia),   personas   con   licencia   bajo   del   Sub­Capitulo   H,   Capitulo  411,  Codigo  de  Gobierno  (Ley  de  licencias  de  arma  de  mano),  no  deben  entrar  a  esta  propiedad portando arma de mano al aire libre.” Page 6 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 5.1. Proclamation for the 50th Anniversary of the College Station Fire Department Sponsor:Richard Mann Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation of a proclamation recognizing the 50th Anniversary of the College Station Fire Department. Relationship to Strategic Goals: Good Governance Recommendation(s): Council should receive this presentation. Summary: The College Station Fire Department got its start between 1969 and 1971 when the city built its first fire station and hired its first fire chief. Up until that point, Texas A&M students, faculty, and staff provided fire suppression services to the city and campus. Since 1971, the College Station Fire Department has grown to 161 professional firefighters/paramedics. Over 300 additional firefighters have worked all or part of their careers at CSFD. This year, 2021, the department is celebrating its 50th anniversary. This proclamation draws attention to the department's origins and the leaders who built CSFD into an internationally recognized public safety department. At the College Station Fire Department, CSFD has come to stand for Compassion, Service, Focus, and Dedication. The department intends to build its next 50 years on these same values. Budget & Financial Summary: None. Attachments: 1.210624 -- College Station Fire Dept. 50th Anniversary Page 7 of 323 Proclamation WHEREAS, before 1971 Texas A&M faculty, staff, and students protected the university and local community as volunteer firefighters under the direction of Chiefs C.H. Warren and Virgil Phipps; and WHEREAS, before 1971 the Texas Fireman's Training School provided firefighting apparatus to protect the City of College Station from the threat of fire; and WHEREAS, between 1969 and 1971 the City of College Station built its first fire station and hired its first fire chief; and WHEREAS, in 1971 the City of College Station officially accepted the responsibility for fire protection from Texas A&M University; and WHEREAS, since 1971 the College Station Fire Department has employed professional firefighters and paramedics under the direction of Chiefs E.F. "Woody" Sevison, Douglas Landua, Richard Orange, William Kennedy, David Giordano, R.B. Alley, Eric Hurt, Jonathan McMahan, and Richard Mann; and WHEREAS, since 1971 the men and women of the College Station Fire Department have executed their mission with Compassion, Service, Focus, and Dedication. NOW, THEREFORE, I, Karl Mooney, Mayor of the City of College Station, do hereby proclaim the year 2021, as the 50th Anniversary of the College Station Fire Department IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the seal of the City of College Station this 24th Day of June, 2021. Karl Mooney Attest: Mayor Tanya Smith City Secretary Page 8 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 5.2. Proclamation Honoring Anne Hazen Sponsor:Ian Whittenton, Deputy City Secretary Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation of a proclamation honoring Anne Hazen for her service to the community. Relationship to Strategic Goals: Good Governance Recommendation(s): Council should receive this presentation. Summary: Anne retired as director of nursing at Hospice of the Brazos Valley but continues to volunteer with the organization. She served as a College Station City Council member for six years. Hazen has volunteered with the ELCA Lutheran Social Services, Prenatal Clinic and the Brazos Valley Food Bank. She also serves on her church's council. Anne will be leaving the community soon, and this proclamation is to honor her lifetime of service. Budget & Financial Summary: None. Attachments: 1.210624 -- Anne Hazen Page 9 of 323 CITY OF CoUEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University" Procfamation WHEREAS, Ms. Anne Hazen arrived in the City of College Station with her family in 1972 and has selflessly engaged with and provided leadership for multiple community and nonprofit organizations for almost 50 years; and WHEREAS, the residents of College Station elected her to the city council on five occasions in 1976, 1977, 1998, 2000, and 2002; and WHEREAS, Ms. Hazen also served on the City of College Station Planning and Zoning Committee from 1979 to 1982; and WHEREAS, Ms. Hazen was the first female elected to the city council and prevailed in every city election she contested; and WHEREAS, in 1985, Ms. Hazen used her professional talents as a nurse to join with a colleague to launch the community's Prenatal Clinic; and WHEREAS, since the Prenatal Clinic opened its doors in 1985, it has served about 21,500 women, and Brazos County has transitioned from having one of the state's worst records for prenatal and infant mortality to one of the best; and WHEREAS Ms. Hazen was director of nursing for Hospice Brazos Valley for many years and continued to volunteer with the organization after retiring; and WHEREAS, the extraordinary impact of Ms. Hazen's voluntary contributions to the community resulted in her being honored with the Brazos County Jefferson Award; and WHEREAS, Ms. Hazen, with uncommon persistence, actively solicited, assisted, and mentored many residents to become engaged in the civic life of our community; and WHEREAS, many of those she co-opted that way affectionately called her "Mother Anne," and WHEREAS, she is leaving the community for Massachusetts to be closer to family; NOW, THEREFORE, I, Karl Mooney, as mayor of the City of College Station and on behalf of our community's residents and the College Station City Council, recognize Ms. Hazen as the personification and exemplar of what a positive response looks like to the question, "Did I make a difference in the lives of others," and thank Ms. Hazen for the extraordinary leadership, inspiration, role-modeling, and legacy she provided to our community for nearly a half-century. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the seal of the City of College Station, Texas this 24th day f June 2021. Attest: ( ~oney c-4,, __ ~ ~t '---{:t:;:Rm'ffif'' City Secretary Page 10 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 7.1. Texas A&M Aggie Park Stormwater Mitigation Plan Sponsor:Anthony Armstrong Reviewed By CBC:N/A Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the stormwater mitigation plan for Texas A&M Aggie Park. Relationship to Strategic Goals: Core Services and Infrastructure Recommendation(s): City Council to receive this presentation as a status update. Summary: City Council requested this item at their April 8, 2021, Council meeting. Staff will provide an overview of the stormwater mitigation plan for the Aggie Park project. Budget & Financial Summary: N/A Attachments: None Page 11 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 7.2. Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use & Character Map Sponsor:Alyssa Halle-Schramm, Planner Reviewed By CBC:N/A Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action on proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use & Character Map, which is a part of the 10-year update. Relationship to Strategic Goals: Good Governance Financial Sustainability Core Services & Infrastructure Neighborhood Integrity Diverse & Growing Economy Improving Mobility Sustainable City Recommendation(s): Staff recommends that the Council provide direction as appropriate. The Planning & Zoning Commission heard this item at their June 17th meeting on the informational agenda. Summary: This item is a preliminary review of the proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use & Character Map. Staff will highlight major changes and asks that the Council provide direction in advance of public engagement efforts beginning later this summer. Background: The Next 10 initiative was a robust public engagement effort that identified the successes and shortcomings of the City’s Comprehensive Plan. It resulted in a 10-Year Evaluation & Appraisal Report that recommends modifications in response to changing conditions. These recommendations stem from numerous discussions with citizens, stakeholders, the Comprehensive Plan Evaluation Committee, and City staff. The City Council accepted the report in October 2020, and staff have been working to implement the recommended changes, including amendments and updates to the plan’s text and maps. One of the most significant maps within the Comprehensive Plan is the Future Land Use & Character Map. This map illustrates the desired future uses and character within the City Limits and the City’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction. An interdisciplinary team of City staff including planning, engineering, transportation, economic development, and water services worked together to refine the Future Land Use & Character map. The team considered existing development patterns and zoning, known incoming and future development proposals, projected future uses and population projections, the City’s economic development goals, and existing and projected infrastructure capacity to refine the Future Land Use & Character Map. Page 12 of 323 Staff will present the entire updated Comprehensive Plan and its maps for consideration and recommendation by the Planning & Zoning Commission in September and possible adoption by City Council in October 2021. This timeline allows for adoption of the Comprehensive Plan in advance of the Impact Fee Studies being presented in November 2021. This is key as the land uses, densities, and population projections in the updated Comprehensive Plan effect the demands placed on the City’s water, wastewater, and roadway infrastructure and may necessitate potential infrastructure improvements that will be identified within the Impact Fee Studies. Staff from Planning & Development Services have been coordinating efforts with Water Services and the respective consultant teams to ensure these efforts are aligned. This preview of the Future Land Use & Character Map serves as a check to confirm City staff are on the right track with the proposed land use changes. The proposed Future Land Use & Character Map is available for your review in a Map Book format. There are three components that work in tandem: 1) the Future Land Use category descriptions, 2) the Map Book, and 3) the table of proposed changes. 1) The Future Land Use category descriptions include narrative descriptions of each proposed land use category. Major changes to the categories that are depicted on the Future Land Use & Character Map include a reduction in the number of categories (from 25 to 17), the addition of new categories (Neighborhood Center and Mixed Residential), the combining of similar residential land uses, the refinement of Natural & Open Areas based on more recent data including flood data, and general map clean-up items. 2) The Map Book is a city-wide map of the proposed Future Land Use & Character Map divided into grids. For each detailed grid page, you will see a side-by-side comparison of the existing and proposed land uses. The proposed changes are numbered and have corresponding descriptions within the table of proposed changes. 3) The table of proposed changes is numbered based on the grid location in the Map Book. All proposed changes are assigned a number and have a corresponding description. Numbers 1-6 are used multiple times to reflect changes that apply in multiple areas, such as the refinement of Natural & Open Areas. All changes are categorized by one of three types: “clean-up item,” “change in use,” or “reclassification.” “Reclassification” was chosen for areas that were previously classified as Urban or Urban Mixed Use land uses because these categories were overhauled into Urban Center, Neighborhood Center, and Urban Residential. “Reclassification” was also selected for the previous Restricted Suburban and General Suburban land uses because these were combined into one category named Suburban Residential. City staff will host a variety of public engagement efforts on the Comprehensive Plan update beginning in late July and running through early September 2021. This will include an interactive mapping tool for the public to also provide direct comment on proposed changes to the Future Land Use & Character Map. The proposed Comprehensive Plan text edits and other maps will also be available for public review and comment during that time. All virtual public engagement efforts and the interactive map will be available in late July at cstx.gov/TheNext10. Page 13 of 323 Budget & Financial Summary: N/A Attachments: 1.Future Land Use Category Descriptions 2.Map Book 3.Table of Proposed Changes Page 14 of 323 FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS The following Future Land Use category descriptions are from the 10-Year Comprehensive Plan Evaluation & Appraisal Report, accepted by City Council on October 8, 2020. Existing categories Proposed categories Map color Mixed Use Centers 1 Urban Mixed Use Urban Center 2 Village Center (unmapped) Neighborhood Center Commercial Areas 3 General Commercial General Commercial 4 Suburban Commercial Neighborhood Commercial 5 Business Park Business Center Neighborhood and Residential Areas 6 Urban Urban Residential 7 NEW Mixed Residential 8 Restricted Suburban Suburban Residential General Suburban 9 Estate Estate Residential 10 Neighborhood Conservation Neighborhood Conservation Institutional and Special Districts 11 Texas A&M University Texas A&M University 12 Institutional/Public Institutional/Public Utilities 13 Medical Use Medical 14 Wellborn Preserve (open) Wellborn Estate (open) Wellborn Business Wellborn Commercial Wellborn Preserve Wellborn Estate Wellborn Restricted Suburban Wellborn Suburban Wellborn Limited Development Areas 15 Natural (protected) Parks and Greenways 16 Natural (reserved) Natural & Open Areas 17 Rural Rural Page 15 of 323 FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS Urban Center Areas that are appropriate for the most intense development and mix of uses arranged in a compact and walkable pattern. These areas will tend to consist of multi-story residential, commercial, and office uses that may be mixed vertically within mixed-use structures or horizontally in an integrated manner. Urban Centers should also incorporate consolidated parking facilities, access to transportation alternatives, open space and recreational facilities, and public uses. Building Height: 5 stories average Mobility: Walking, biking, transit, automobile. Intent • Create and reinforce walkable activity centers with small blocks that are connected to surrounding development and include a mix of complementary uses. • Accommodate a mix of building types including freestanding and attached structures that frame attractive pedestrian zones between buildings and streets. • Encourage commercial uses along primary streets. • Encourage vertical mixed-use structures with ground-floor retail in appropriate locations such as along major corridors. • Support multifamily residential as a secondary component of a center. • Encourage shared surface parking located behind buildings or to the side of buildings; structured parking; and on-street parking where possible. Neighborhood Center Areas that are appropriate for a mix of uses arranged in a compact and walkable pattern at a smaller scale than Urban Centers. These areas consist of residential, commercial, and office uses arranged horizontally in an integrated manner and may be mixed vertically within structures. Neighborhood Centers should also incorporate consolidated parking facilities, access to transportation alternatives, open space and recreational facilities, and public uses. Height: 3 stories average Mobility: Walking, biking, transit, automobile. Intent • Create and reinforce walkable activity centers that are connected to surrounding development and include a mix of complementary uses. • Accommodate a mix of building types that frame attractive pedestrian spaces. • Encourage commercial uses along primary streets. • Support vertical mixed-use structures with ground-floor retail in appropriate locations such as along corridors or major intersections • Support multi-family residential as a secondary component of a center. • Encourage shared surface parking located behind or to the side of buildings, with some limited parking in front of buildings; structured parking; and on- street parking where possible. Page 16 of 323 FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS General Commercial Concentrated areas of commercial activities that cater to both nearby residents and to the larger community or region. Generally, these areas tend to be large and located along regionally significant roads. Due to their context, these areas tend to prioritize automobile mobility. Height: 1-2 stories average Mobility: Primarily automobile, but accessible by walking, biking, and transit. Intent • Accommodate a wide range of commercial uses. • Concentrate future commercial development at major intersections. • Provide connectivity to surrounding bicycle and pedestrian networks and provide safe pedestrian facilities within sites. • Encourage transitions in building height and mass when adjacent to residential neighborhoods. • Support multi-family residential as secondary uses on a site. • Encourage shared surface parking Neighborhood Commercial Areas of commercial activities that cater primarily to nearby residents. These areas tend to be smaller format than general commercial and located adjacent to major roads along the fringe of residential areas. Design of these structures is compatible in size, architecture, and lot coverage with surrounding residential uses. Height: 1-2 stories average Mobility: Primarily automobile, but accessible by walking, biking, and transit. Intent • Accommodate limited commercial services compared to General Commercial. • Provide pedestrian and bicycle connectivity to surrounding neighborhoods and nearby public uses (schools, parks, etc.). • Support some residential use that is compatible with the surrounding neighborhood character. • Encourage transitions in building height and mass when adjacent to residential neighborhoods. • In a walkable neighborhood context, locate new buildings near the street and accommodate parking to the side or rear of buildings with some limited parking in front of buildings and accommodate on-street parking where possible. Page 17 of 323 FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS Business Center Areas that include office, research, or industrial uses that may be planned and developed as a unified project. Generally, these areas need convenient access to arterial roadways. Height: Varies Mobility: Primarily automobile Intent • Accommodate a variety of large footprint buildings. • Accommodate commercial and service uses within Business Centers. • Accommodate pedestrian, bicycle, and transit connectivity to and within Business Centers. • Provide buffering through landscaping and building placement where large- scale employment sites are adjacent to residential areas. Urban Residential Areas that are appropriate for a range of high density multi-family and attached residential development in various forms including townhomes, apartment buildings, mixed-use buildings, and limited non-residential uses that are compatible with the surrounding area. Height: 3 stories average Mobility: Walking, biking, transit, automobile. Intent • Accommodate a wide range of attractive multi-family housing for a diverse population. Buildings may be clustered and grouped. Building setback from street varies but is generally consistent within a development. • Provide vehicular and pedestrian connectivity between developments. • Accommodate streetscape features such as sidewalks, street trees, and lighting. • Support commercial, service, office uses, and vertical mixed-use within redevelopment areas. Page 18 of 323 FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS Mixed Residential Areas appropriate for a mix of moderate density residential development including, townhomes, duplexes, and small (3-12 unit) multi-family buildings, and limited small-lot single family. These areas are appropriate for residential infill and redevelopment that allows original character to evolve. These areas may serve as buffers between more intense multi-family residential or mixed-use development and suburban residential or neighborhood conservation areas. Height: Varies (generally 2-3 stories) Mobility: Walking, biking, transit, automobile. Intent • Accommodate a walkable pattern of small lots, small blocks and well- connected street pattern. • Accommodate streetscape features such as sidewalks, street trees, and lighting. • Encourage community facilities, parks, and greenways within neighborhoods • Support neighborhoods with a mix of housing types and where larger or more dense housing is located near community facilities or adjacent to commercial or neighborhood centers Suburban Residential Primarily single-family residential areas that consist of low to moderate density single-family lots. These areas may also include limited townhomes, duplexes, other housing types, and some non-residential uses that are compatible with surrounding single-family areas. Development types tend to be highly consistent within a subdivision or neighborhood. Height: 1-2 stories average Mobility: Primarily automobile, but accessible by walking, biking, and transit to surrounding neighborhood services and centers. Intent • Accommodate streetscape features such as sidewalks, street trees, and lighting • Support neighborhoods with a mix of housing types • Encourage community facilities, parks, and greenways within neighborhoods • When establishing new residential areas or expanding existing developments, provide pedestrian and vehicular connectivity between adjacent developments Page 19 of 323 FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS Estate Residential Primarily single-family residential areas that have a low level of development activities. These areas are appropriate for very low-density residential lots one-acre or greater lot sizes or average 20,000 square feet lots when clustered around open space. Height: 1-2 story average Mobility: Primarily automobile Intent • Support a wide range of lot sizes, long blocks, and curvilinear streets. Buildings tend to be located greater than 30 feet from a fronting street. • When establishing new residential areas or expanding existing developments, provide pedestrian and vehicular connectivity between adjacent developments Neighborhood Conservation Residential areas that are essentially “built-out” and are not likely to be the focus of extensive infill development or redevelopment. These areas often were platted before current development regulations were in place often resulting in non- conforming situations. These areas are appropriate for overlays or zoning classifications that provide additional character protection and address non-conforming issues. Height: 1-2 stories Mobility: Walking, biking, transit, automobile. On-street parking and private off-street parking. Intent • Maintain the existing housing stock, lot patterns, and character of neighborhoods. • Support infill housing that fits-in with neighboring homes (scale, placement, use, etc). Address non-conforming lot issues through flexible development regulations. • Maintain established trees Page 20 of 323 FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS Texas A&M University Areas owned by Texas A&M University and are appropriate for campus development as described in the Texas A&M Campus Master Plan and related documents. Institutional/Public Areas that are, and are likely to remain, in some form of institutional or public activity. Examples include schools, libraries, municipal facilities, and major utilities. Medical Areas appropriate for medically-related uses and supporting office, commercial, and residential uses. The medical land use designation surrounding Rock Prairie and State Highway 6 is further detailed in the Medical District Master Plan, which envisions a wide array of medical and supporting services and activities concentrated in the district. This includes the two major hospitals in close proximity to residential neighborhoods, neighborhood centers, offices, and commercial uses. Height: Varies Mobility: Walking, biking, transit, automobile. Wellborn The Wellborn Community Plan envisions the future of Wellborn to maintain its rural character with open space that is both privately and publicly held. The area will continue as a place where neighborhood commercial uses support surrounding low-density residential properties. Height: Varies Mobility: Primarily automobile Page 21 of 323 FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS Parks and Greenways Areas that are permanently protected from development. Such areas are preserved for their natural function or for parks, recreation, or greenways opportunities. These areas include, publicly owned open space, conservation easements, and public parks. Natural & Open Areas This land use designation is generally for areas that represent a constraint to development and that should be preserved for their natural function or open space qualities. These areas include floodplains, riparian buffers, common areas, and open space. The boundaries of the Natural & Open Areas land use are representative and the exact location of floodplains are determined during the development process. Intent • Conserve environmentally sensitive land. • Buffer incompatible land uses with open space. • Develop a connected open space network through the city for recreation. Rural Areas that, due to public service limitations, inadequate public infrastructure, or a prevailing rural or agricultural character, should have very limited development activities. These areas will tend to include a mix of large acreages (ranches and farmsteads) and limited large-lot (two acre or larger) residential developments. Open space is the dominant feature of these areas. Height: Varies Mobility: Primarily automobile Page 22 of 323 F U T U R E L A N D U S E & CHARACTERFUTURE L A N D U S E & CHARACTERMAP B OOKMAP B OOK J U N E 2 021JUNE 2 021 [DRAFT] Page 23 of 323 Overview & Map Book Guide The proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use & Character map stem from numerous discussions with citizens, stakeholders, the Comprehensive Plan Evaluation Committee, and City staff throughout 2019 and 2020 during The Next 10 evaluation of the City’s Comprehensive Plan. There are three components to this Map Book that work in tandem: 1) the Future Land Use category descriptions, 2) the Map Book, and 3) the table of proposed changes. 1) The Future Land Use category descriptions include narrative descriptions of each proposed land use category. Major changes to the categories that are depicted on the Future Land Use & Character Map include a reduction in the number of categories (from 25 to 17), the addition of new categories (Neighborhood Center and Mixed Residential), the combining of similar residential land uses, the refinement of Natural & Open Areas based on more recent data including flood data, and general map clean-up items. 2) The Map Book is a city-wide map of the proposed Future Land Use & Character Map divided into grids. For each detailed grid page, you will see a side-by-side comparison of the existing and proposed land uses. The proposed changes are numbered and have corresponding descriptions within the table of proposed changes. 3) The table of proposed changes is numbered based on the grid location in the Map Book. All proposed changes are assigned a number and have a corresponding description. Numbers 1-6 were used multiple times to reflect changes that apply in multiple areas, such as the refinement of Natural & Open Areas. All changes are categorized by one of three types: “clean-up item,” “change in use,” or “reclassification.” “Reclassification” was chosen for areas that were previously classified as Urban or Urban Mixed Use land uses because these categories were overhauled into Urban Center, Neighborhood Center, and Urban Residential. “Reclassification” was also selected for the previous Restricted Suburban and General Suburban land uses because these were combined into one category named Suburban Residential. NOTE: City staff will host a variety of public engagement efforts on the Comprehensive Plan Update beginning in late July and running through early September 2021. This will include an interactive mapping tool for the public to provide direct comment on proposed changes to the Future Land Use & Character Map. The proposed Comprehensive Plan chapter edits will also be available for public review and comment during that time. All virtual public engagement efforts and the interactive map will be available in late July at cstx.gov/TheNext10. Comments & Questions: Alyssa Halle-Schramm Long Range Planning Administrator Phone: 979-764-3826 Email: aschramm@cstx.gov Page 24 of 323 Page 25 of 323 Page 26 of 323 4912 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 47 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 48 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 0 5 102.5 Miles Future Land Use & Character Locator Map Page 27 of 323 7 1061 8 COPPERFIELDPWWOODCREST DRE O A K H IL L DR GREEN VALLEYDR COPPERFIELDDRBOONVILLE RD UNIVERSITY DR E7 106 1 8 COPPERFIELDPWWOODCREST DRE O A K H IL L D R COPPERFIELDDR GREEN VALLEYDR BOONVILLERD UNIVERSITY DR E[DRAFT]ADOPTED/CURRENT PLAN PROPOSED PLAN 4912345678910111213141516171819202122232425 47 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 48 35 36 37 38 39 40 414243444546 Page 1 of 49 See Page 6 See Page 2Urban Urban Mixed Use General Commercial Suburban Commercial Business Park General Suburban Restricted Suburban Estate Rural Neighborhood Conservation Medical Use Institutional/Public Utilities Texas A&M University Natural Areas - 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Protected Natural Areas - Reserved Water Wellborn Preserve - Open Wellborn Estate - Open Wellborn Business Park Wellborn Commercial Wellborn Preserve Wellborn Estate Wellborn Restricted Suburban Wellborn Suburban Redevelopment Areas [DRAFT] Page 75 of 323 HARDYWEEDONRD G R A S SBUR RD ELM O W E E D O N RDSTEEPHOLLOWRD 4 1FM1179 ROCK PRAIRIERD 4 1 EL M O W E E D O N R DSTEEPHOLLOW RD ROCK PRAIRIERDFM1179ADOPTED/CURRENT PLAN PROPOSED PLAN 4912345678910111213141516171819202122232425 47 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 48 35 36 37 38 39 40 414243444546 Page 49 of 49 See Page 48See Page 2Urban Center Neighborhood Center General Commercial Neighborhood Commercial Business Center Urban Residential Mixed Residential Suburban Residential Estate Residential Rural Neighborhood Conservation Me dical Wellborn Institutional/Public Texas A&M University Parks and Greenways Natural Areas Redevelopment Area Urban Urban Mixed Use General Commercial Suburban Commercial Business Park General Suburban Restricted Suburban Estate Rural Neighborhood Conservation Medical Use Institutional/Public Utilities Texas A&M University Natural Areas - Protected Natural Areas - Reserved Water Wellborn Preserve - Open Wellborn Estate - Open Wellborn Business Park Wellborn Commercial Wellborn Preserve Wellborn Estate Wellborn Restricted Suburban Wellborn Suburban Redevelopment Areas [DRAFT] Page 76 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description All grids 1 Clean-up items Natural Areas Natural & Open Areas The Natural & Open Areas land use was updated to reflect more recent flood data and land that has been dedicated or is planned as open space, common areas, or large drainage and detention areas. The Natural & Open Areas represents flood areas designated by FEMA, the City, and/or private development through flood studies. The boundaries of the Natural & Open Areas are illustrative and the exact boundaries of developable area will be determined at the appropriate development stage. In circumstances where the previous Natural & Open Areas boundaries were reduced to match updated data, these areas were assigned a new land use category based on the surrounding uses, existing development patterns, and anticipated future of the area. All grids 2 Clean-up item Varies Parks & Greenways The Natural Areas Protected land use designation was revised to be city-owned parks and greenways properties. New parks and greenways that have been added since the last Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use map update are now included. All grids 3 Clean-up item Varies Institutional/Public Revise to reflect that these are public and/or institutional uses such as City facilities, community centers, libraries, or public schools 47, 48 & 49 4 Clean-up item See description See description Revise land use boundaries to match the College Station extraterritorial jurisdiction boundary All grids 5 Reclassification Restricted Suburban and General Suburban Suburban Residential Suburban Land Use Reclassification: General Suburban and Restricted Suburban land use categories have been combined into one category, named Suburban Residential, to represent similar suburban style residential land uses Page 77 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description All grids 6 Reclassification Urban Urban Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Urban Residential selected to reflect multi-family uses 1 7 Clean-up item Institutional/Public Texas A&M University Revise to reflect this property is owned by Texas A&M University 1 8 Change in use Suburban Commercial and Urban General Commercial Update land uses to create a connected commercial corridor along University Dr. E 2 9 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to allow general commercial uses at both corners of the Harvey Rd. and FM158 intersection 2 10 Change in use Suburban Commercial Urban Residential Update to reflect the existing townhome uses in this area 3 NO CHANGES 4 NO CHANGES 5 11 Reclassification Urban Urban Center Urban Land Reclassification: Urban Center selected to allow most intense development at the Texas Ave. / University Dr. intersection to Tarrow St. 5 12 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to allow a mix of residential housing types along Cooner St. 5 13 Change in use General Commercial Urban Center Update to Urban Center to allow the most intense uses consistent with the University Dr. corridor from Texas Ave. to Tarrow St. 5 14 Change in use General Suburban and Urban Mixed Residential Update to reflect existing townhomes and dense single-family housing types 5 15 Clean-up item General Commercial Texas A&M University Revise to reflect this property is owned by Texas A&M System 5 16 Clean-up item General Commercial Urban Residential Revise to reflect existing multi-family uses 5 17 Reclassification Urban Suburban Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Suburban Residential selected to reflect existing single-family neighborhood Page 78 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 5 18 Change in use General Suburban Mixed Residential Update to reflect existing dense single-family and townhomes, and allow a mix of housing types fronting to a collector (Lincoln Ave) 5 19 Change in use Urban General Commercial Update to General Commercial to preserve commercial uses near University Drive and University Town Center development (part of the 2018 Commercial Preservation initiative) 5 20 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to allow a mix of residential housing types 6 21 Change in use Institutional/Public General Commercial Update to reflect existing, privately-owned medical facilities 6 22 Change in use General Suburban Neighborhood Conservation Revise boundary to include Tara Court as Neighborhood Conservation and the remaining piece from Dominik Dr. 6 23 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use General Commercial Urban Mixed Use Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected at the Frontage Rd and Harvey Rd intersection to allow intense commercial uses 6 24 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use Urban Center Urban Mixed Use Land Use Reclassification: Urban Center selected to allow for the highest intensity mixing of commercial, office, and multi-family uses, typically vertical mixed use 6 25 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use Neighborhood Center Urban Mixed Use Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected along Harvey Rd. to allow for a horizontal mixing of commercial, office, and multi-family uses 6 26 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 6 27 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to General Commercial to be consistent with intense commercial uses along the Frontage Road Page 79 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 7 28 Reclassification Urban Neighborhood Commercial Urban Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Commercial selected for consistency with Harvey Rd. corridor 8 & 16 29 Change in use Estate General Commercial Update to General Commercial to allow commercial uses at the SH30 and William D. Fitch intersection 9 30 Change in use Texas A&M University and Business Park Neighborhood Center Revise the Texas A&M University boundary to reflect private ownership and update to Neighborhood Center to allow supporting uses to the BioCorridor 9 31 Change in use Suburban Commercial and Urban General Commercial Update to General Commercial to allow intense commercial uses along Harvey Mitchell Pkwy. 10 32 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use and Urban Urban Center Urban Mixed Use and Urban Land Reclassification: Urban Center selected the allow the highest intensity mixing of commercial, office, and multi-family uses, typically as vertical mixed use, within Northgate 11 33 Reclassification Urban Neighborhood Center Urban Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected to allow for a mix of commercial, office, and residential uses around the new City Hall site 11 34 Reclassification Urban Neighborhood Center Urban Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected to allow for a mix of commercial, office, and residential uses around City Hall area and at the intersection of Texas Ave. and George Bush Dr. 11 35 Reclassification Urban General Commercial Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected to allow intense commercial uses at the intersection of Texas Ave. and George Bush Dr. 11 36 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types Page 80 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 11 37 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use Neighborhood Center Urban Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected to allow for a mix of commercial, office, and residential uses along the Harvey Rd. corridor 11 38 Change in use Natural Areas Reserved Natural & Open Areas, Urban Residential, Neighborhood Conservation, and General Commercial The Natural & Open Areas land use was updated to reflect more recent flood data. Areas impacted were assigned a new land use category based on the surrounding uses, existing development, and anticipated future of the area. 11 39 Reclassification Urban Suburban Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Suburban Residential selected to reflect existing single-family neighborhood 11 40 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 11 41 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 11 42 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 11 43 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use and Urban Urban Center, Neighborhood Center, and Mixed Residential Urban Mixed Use and Urban Land Reclassification: Land use classifications were selected based on the existing Southside Area Neighborhood Plan, Area 5 map and descriptions. Intense uses are anticipated closest to the George Bush Dr. and Wellborn Rd. interchange, tapering to mixed residential uses closest to the Neighborhood Conservation portion of Southside. Page 81 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 12 44 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use and Natural Areas Reserved Neighborhood Center Urban Mixed Use Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected to allow for a mix of commercial, office, and residential uses in the Wolf Pen Creek corridor. The Natural & Open Areas Reserved boundary was revised to reflect updated flood data. 12 45 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use and Natural Areas Reserved Neighborhood Center Urban Mixed Use Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected to allow for a mix of commercial, office, and residential uses in the Wolf Pen Creek corridor. The Natural & Open Areas boundary was revised to reflect updated flood data. 12 46 Reclassification Urban and General Suburban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 12 47 Reclassification Urban General Commercial Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected to allow intense commercial uses along State Hwy 6 12 48 Reclassification Urban and Institutional/Public Neighborhood Center and Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center to allow a mix of commercial and residential uses and Mixed Residential to allow a variety of housing types across from the new Police Department on Dartmouth St. 12 49 Reclassification Urban Neighborhood Commercial Urban Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Commercial selected to reflect the existing commercial uses surrounded by neighborhoods 12 50 Reclassification Urban General Commercial Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected to allow intense commercial uses along the Texas Ave. corridor 12 51 Change in use General Commercial Neighborhood Commercial Update to Neighborhood Commercial to provide more harmonious transition to adjacent residential uses Page 82 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 12 52 Reclassification Urban, General Commercial, Suburban Commercial, Institutional/Public, and Natural Areas Reserved General Commercial, Urban Residential, and Natural & Open Areas Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial and Urban Residential selected to reflect recent Comprehensive Plan Amendments and to allow commercial uses along the Harvey Mitchell Pkwy corridor and Texas Ave corridor at the old Police Department site. The Natural & Open Areas boundary was adjusted based on updated flood data. 12 & 13 53 Change in use Suburban Commercial and General Commercial General Commercial Update to allow the most intense commercial uses along State Hwy 6 14 NO CHANGES 15 NO CHANGES 17 NO CHANGES 18 54 Reclassification Urban Urban Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Urban Residential selected to reflect recent Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezoning that allow multi-family uses 18 55 Reclassification Urban Business Center Urban Land Use Reclassification: Business Center selected to reflect recent Rezoning that allows business park uses, consistent with the surrounding area 18 56 Change in use Business Park, Urban, Suburban Commercial, and General Commercial Neighborhood Center Update to Neighborhood Center to allow a greater mix of supporting uses in the BioCorridor 18 57 Clean-up item Rural Texas A&M University Revise to reflect this property is owned by Texas A&M University 19 & 20 58 Reclassification Urban Neighborhood Center Urban Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected along Harvey Mitchell Pkwy and Wellborn Rd to allow for a mix of commercial, office, and multi-family uses, typically as horizontal mixed use Page 83 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 20 59 Reclassification Urban Neighborhood Center Urban Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected along Harvey Mitchell Pkwy and Wellborn Rd to allow for a mix of commercial, office, and multi-family uses, typically as horizontal mixed use 20 60 Reclassification Urban Urban Center Urban Land Reclassification: Urban Center selected to match the adjacent property to the north and the existing development. Intense uses are anticipated closest to the George Bush Dr. and Wellborn Rd. interchange. 20 61 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 20 62 Reclassification Urban and General Suburban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 20 63 Change in use General Suburban Neighborhood Conservation Update to Neighborhood Conservation to reflect the existing established neighborhood 20 64 Change in use General Suburban Neighborhood Commercial Update to Neighborhood Commercial to show existing neighborhood-compatible commercial uses 20 65 Reclassification Urban and Natural & Open Areas Reserved Urban Residential, General Commercial, and Natural & Open Areas Urban Land Use Reclassification: Urban Residential selected to reflect the existing multi-family uses. General Commercial selected to allow commercial uses on Harvey Mitchell Pkwy. The Natural & Open Areas boundaries were adjusted based on updated flood data. 20 66 Reclassification Urban and Natural Areas Reserved General Commercial, Urban Residential, and Natural & Open Areas Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial and Urban Residential uses were selected to reflect the Jones Crossing development. The Natural & Open Areas boundaries were adjusted based on updated flood data. Page 84 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 20 67 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to General Commercial to match underlying zoning and the developing Crossing at Wellborn area 20 68 Reclassification Urban and General Suburban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 21 69 Reclassification Urban and Natural Areas Reserved Urban Residential and Natural & Open Areas Urban Land Use Reclassification: Urban Residential selected to reflect existing multi-family uses. The Natural & Open Areas boundaries were adjusted based on updated flood data. 21 70 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types 21 71 Reclassification Urban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing townhouse development. 21 72 Reclassification Urban, General Commercial, Suburban Commercial, and Natural Areas Reserved General Commercial Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected along Texas Ave. to allow intense commercial uses 21 73 Reclassification Urban General Commercial Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected to allow intense commercial uses along Texas Ave. 21 74 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to General Commercial to reflect existing commercial uses 22 75 Change in use General Commercial and Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to allow the most intense commercial uses along State Hwy 6 22 76 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to allow the most intense commercial uses along State Hwy 6 22 77 Change in use General Commercial, Business Center, and Medical Business Center Update to create a larger Business Center area adjacent to Medical uses Page 85 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 22 78 Change in use Suburban Commercial and Medical Medical Update to expand the Medical use area to match existing medical offices and supporting uses 22 79 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to General Commercial to allow intense commercial uses along State Hwy 6 and more accurately reflect the underlying zoning of these properties, which is largely GC General Commercial 22 80 Change in use Medical General Commercial Update to reflect that Baylor Scott & White's PDD zoning allows General Commercial uses in this area. This property was part of the 2018 commercial preservation initiative. 22 81 Reclassification Urban Mixed Use and General Suburban Neighborhood Center and Mixed Residential Urban Mixed Use Land Use Reclassification: Neighborhood Center selected for the towncenter commercial portion of the Midtown development to allow for a mix of commercial, office, and multi-family uses, typically as horizontal mixed use. Mixed Residential selected for the residential portion of the Midtown development to allow a mix of residential uses. 24 82 Change in use Suburban Commercial and Estate Neighborhood Commercial Update to expand the Neighborhood Commercial to allow future commercial uses that serve the surrounding residential neighborhoods 25 NO CHANGES 26 NO CHANGES 27 NO CHANGES 28 83 Change in use Restricted Suburban and Estate Estate Update to Estate to reflect the existing large-lot residential subdivision 29 84 Reclassification Urban and General Suburban Mixed Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to reflect the existing mix of housing types Page 86 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 29 116 Change in use General Suburban Neighborhood Commercial Update to Neighborhood Commercial to reflect existing commercial uses 30 85 Change in use General Suburban and Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to General Commercial to allow intense commercial uses along Wellborn Rd. and match the existing zoning 30 86 Change in use Urban, General Suburban, and Business Park Business Center Update to adjust the boundaries of Business Center uses 30 87 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to General Commercial to allow intense commercial uses along Wellborn Rd. and match the existing zoning 30 88 Change in use Suburban Commercial and Business Park Business Center Update to Business Center to reflect the existing zoning and light industrial uses along Graham Rd. 31 89 Clean-up item Suburban Commercial Neighborhood Commercial Name change only. Leave as neighborhood compatible commercial uses, per citizen and Council direction during recent Comprehensive Plan Amendment request for high density residential uses. 31 90 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to General Commercial to allow intense commercial uses along State Hwy 6 and more accurately reflect the underlying zoning of these properties, which is largely GC General Commercial 31 91 Reclassification Urban and General Suburban Mixed Residential and Urban Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: Mixed Residential selected to allow a mix of housing types. Urban Residential applied to areas with existing larger scale multi-family uses 31 92 Change in use General Suburban Neighborhood Commercial Update to reflect existing commercial property 32 93 Change in use Urban and Medical Use Business Center Update to Business Center to reflect the Midtown Business Center development 32 94 Clean-up item Suburban Commercial Texas A&M University Revise to reflect this property is owned by Texas A&M University Page 87 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 32 95 Reclassification Urban General Commercial Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected to reflect existing commercial uses in the Tower Point development 32 106 Change in use General Suburban Neighborhood Commercial Update to reflect existing zoning which is a mix of office and commercial uses along the intersection of William D. Fitch Pkwy and Pebble Creek Pkwy 33 NO CHANGES 34 NO CHANGES 35 NO CHANGES 36 NO CHANGES 37 96 Change in use Rural Estate Residential Update to Estate to reflect existing large-lot subdivisions 37 97 Change in use Suburban Commercial and General Suburban Neighborhood Commercial Update to expand the boundaries of the existing commercial area to allow appropriate depth for neighborhood commercial that is compatible with surrounding residential neighborhoods 37 98 Change in use Suburban Commercial and General Suburban Neighborhood Commercial Update to expand the boundaries of the neighborhood commercial use to match the boundaries of the existing commercial zoning 37 99 Change in use General Suburban Neighborhood Commercial Update to Neighborhood Commercial to allow commercial uses, as planned for Kyle View Estates 37 100 Reclassification All Wellborn land uses Wellborn District The Wellborn land uses were grouped into a Wellborn District which refers to the Wellborn Community Plan Page 88 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 38 101 Reclassification Urban and Natural Areas Reserved General Commercial, Mixed Residential, and Natural & Open Areas Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected along the Seaback tract's frontage with William D. Fitch Pkwy. Mixed Residential selected along Castle Rock Pkwy to allow a mix of residential housing types and provide a transition to the surrounding single-family neighborhoods. The Natural Area boundary was adjusted based on updated flood data. 38 102 Change in use General Suburban Neighborhood Commercial Update to reflect the existing neighborhood compatible commercial uses. 38 103 Change in use Suburban Commercial Suburban Residential Update the reflect the existing residential subdivision 39 104 Reclassification Urban General Commercial and Urban Residential Urban Land Use Reclassification: General Commercial selected for the existing CapRock Crossing development. Urban Residential selected for areas with existing multi-family residential uses. 39 105 Reclassification Restricted Suburban and Estate Suburban Residential Suburban Land Use Reclassification: General Suburban and Restricted Suburban land use categories have been combined into one category, named Suburban Residential, to represent similar suburban style residential land uses. Boundary updated to include adjacent properties that were previously split with Restricted Suburban and Estate uses. 39 106 Clean-up item Business Park Texas A&M University Revise to reflect this property is owned by Texas A&M University 39 107 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to reflect existing general commercial uses on the property and proximity to Hwy 6. 40 108 Change in use Suburban Residential General Commercial Update to reflect commercial areas planned as part of the Southern Pointe development Page 89 of 323 DRAFT 6/9/2021 TABLE OF PROPOSED CHANGES Grid #Number Type Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use Description 42 109 Change in use General Commercial and Suburban Commercial Neighborhood Commercial Update to Neighborhood Commercial. The existing self-storage use of the property is allowed in the affiliated zoning district, Suburban Commercial. This was not the case in 2016 when the property went through a Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezoning for the self-storage use. 42 110 Change in use Restricted Suburban Estate Residential Update to Estate Residential to reflect existing large- lot subdivisions 42 114 Change in use Restricted Suburban Rural Update to reflect existing rural character of these properties that are located outside of the city limits 43 111 Change in use Rural Estate Residential Update to Estate Residential to reflect existing large- lot subdivisions 43 112 Clean-up item Natural Areas Protected Natural & Open Areas Revise to better represent this detention pond is a natural area within the subdivision, not a public park 43 115 Change in use Restricted Suburban Rural Update to reflect existing rural character of these properties that are located outside of the city limits 45 113 Change in use Suburban Commercial General Commercial Update to reflect existing commercial development along State Hwy 6 46 NO CHANGES Page 90 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 8.1. Council Minutes Sponsor:Tanya Smith, City Secretary Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action of minutes for: • June 10, 2021 Council Meeting Relationship to Strategic Goals: Good Governance Recommendation(s): Approval Summary: N/A Budget & Financial Summary: None Attachments: 1.CCM061021 Draft Minutes Page 91 of 323 CCM061021 Minutes Page 1 MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING VIA TELECONFERENCE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION JUNE 10, 2021 STATE OF TEXAS § § COUNTY OF BRAZOS § Present: Karl Mooney, Mayor Council: Bob Brick John Crompton Linda Harvell Elizabeth Cunha John Nichols Dennis Maloney City Staff: Bryan Woods, City Manager Jeff Capps, Deputy City Manager Carla Robinson, City Attorney Tanya Smith, City Secretary Ian Whittenton, Deputy City Secretary 1.Call to Order and Announce a Quorum is Present. With a quorum present, the Meeting of the College Station City Council was called to order by Mayor Mooney via In-Person and Teleconference at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 10, 2021, in the Council Chambers of the City of College Station City Hall, 1101 Texas Avenue, College Station, Texas 77840. 2. Executive Session In accordance with the Texas Government Code §551.071-Consultation with Attorney, §551.074- Personnel, and §551.086-Competitive Matters, the College Station City Council convened into Executive Session at 4:00 p.m. on June 10, 2021, to continue discussing matters pertaining to: A. Consultation with Attorney to seek advice regarding pending or contemplated litigation, to wit: Kathryn A. Stever-Harper as Executrix for the Estate of John Wesley Harper v. City of College Station and Judy Meeks; No. 15,977-PC in the County Court No. 1, Brazos County, Texas; and McCrory Investments II, LLC d/b/a Southwest Stor Mor v. City of College Station; Cause No. 17-000914-CV-361; In the 361st District Court, Brazos County, Texas City of College Station v. Gerry Saum, Individually, and as Independent Executrix of the Estate of Susan M. Wood, Deceased; Cause No. 17-002742-CV-361; In the 361st District Court, Brazos County, Texas. Page 92 of 323 CCM061021 Minutes Page 2 City of College Station v. Brazos Re Investors Group, LLC. Cause No.612CC; In the County Court at Law No. 1 of Brazos County, Texas. B.Consultation with attorney to receive legal advice; to wit: Legal advice concerning conflicts of interest and other ethics requirements. C. Deliberation on the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer; to wit: City Manager Council Self-Evaluation D. Deliberation on a competitive matter as that term is defined in Gov’t Code Section 552.133; to wit: Power Supply Executive Session recessed at 5:23 p.m. 3. Reconvene from Executive Session and take action, if any. No vote or action was taken in Executive Session. 4. Pledge of Allegiance, Invocation, consider absence request. 5.Hear Visitors Comments No one spoke at this time. 6.Workshop Items 6.1. Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the 2020 Incentive Compliance Report by the Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation. Natalie Ruiz, Economic Development Director, introduced Matt Prochaska with Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation. Matt Prochaska, BVEDC, presented the 2020 Incentive Compliance Report. For 2020, six (6) projects under agreement were monitored for performance compliance by the Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation on behalf of Brazos County, the City of Bryan, and the City of College Station. Advanta US Axis Pipe & Tube FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies Texas @ Biocorridor LSPI Viasat Wayfair Page 93 of 323 CCM061021 Minutes Page 3 6.2. Presentation, discussion, and possible action related to the feasibility survey findings of a College Station Community Recreation Center in collaboration with the YMCA of Greater Williamson County. Steve Wright, Parks and Recreation Director, presented a high-level overview of the survey results conducted by FourSquare Research in 2020, upon request from Council. The firm that was hired to review the market readiness of a community recreation center, and highlighted technique, targeted area and results. FourSquare Study Conducted February 2020 –Telephone interviews with 600 randomly selected households in Brazos County –21% of those surveyed were affiliated with a fitness center Three possible locations were proposed: –Near Beachy Central Park –Near Fire Station 6 –Near Baylor Scott & White Hospital Central Park and Station 6 locations had highest response rating Program Interest 4.6% of all unaffiliated households expressed a great deal of interest in joining a recreation center (higher than the national average of 4.5%) 26 program categories Top four programs and services received moderate interest (scale: very low, low, moderate, high, very high) –Outdoor Pool –Children & Family Programs –Soccer –Teen Programs Council directed staff to: Advance project independently of the Citizens Advisory Committee Consider project along with other projects through Citizens Advisory Committee Research and recommend: –Recreation center operations management (CoCS or YMCA) –Recreation programming opportunities with outside agencies (e.g., YMCA) 7.CONSENT ITEMS 7.1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action on consent items which consist of ministerial or "housekeeping" items as allowed by law: A Councilmember may request additional information at this time. Any Councilmember may remove an item from the Consent Agenda for a separate vote. Item 7.3 was pulled from Consent for clarification. (7.3): Debbie Eller, Community Services Director, stated that the mechanism presented included developing a civil penalty for non-compliance with the ordinance. The property owner would have Page 94 of 323 CCM061021 Minutes Page 4 30 days to complete registration after being contacted by City staff and the civil penalty would range from not less than $25 to not more than $100 if non-compliance continues. Mrs. Eller explained that for egregious non-compliance, each day a violation continues will be a separate offense. This penalty structure is like the current penalty in place for false alarm responses. 7.1. Presentation, possible action, and discussion of minutes for: May 27, 2021 Council Meeting 7.2. Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding approval of ITB 21-045 for the City’s Annual Price Agreement for the Electric Warehouse Inventory purchase of Three-Phase Transformers with estimated annual expenditures in the amount not to exceed $1,127,618 and awarded to KBS Electrical Distributors. 7.3. Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Ordinance No. 2021-4268 to amend Chapter 103, "Buildings and Building Regulations," Article V, "Single-Family and Duplex Unit Rental Registration". Council pulled Consent Item 7.3 for a separate vote. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Councilmember Nichols and a second by Councilmember Maloney, the City Council voted seven (7) for and none (0) opposed, to approve the Consent Items, with the exception of Item 7.3. The motion carried unanimously. (7.3) MOTION: Upon a motion made by Councilmember Cunha and a second by Councilmember Maloney, the City Council voted seven (7) for and none (0) opposed, to approve the Consent Items 7.3 with the amended language in Section 103.237 of “if local, or owner's local contact person to obtain tenant information in the event of an emergency, public safety need or when a City, State or Federal law violations has occurred on or in the property.” The motion carried unanimously. 8. REGULAR ITEMS 8.1 Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding Ordinance No. 2021-4269 amending the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use and Character Map from Wellborn Preserve-Open to Wellborn Commercial for approximately 2 acres, generally located at 3970 Gus Roy Road. Jesse Dimeolo, Planning and Development, stated that the applicant is requesting an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use and Character Map from Wellborn Preserve-Open to Wellborn Commercial for approximately 2 acres, generally located at 3970 Gus Roy Road. The subject property and properties immediately adjacent to the west and south are primarily designated as Wellborn Preserve-Open on the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use and Character Map, while the properties to the east are Restricted Suburban, and the properties to the north are Restricted Suburban and Wellborn Commercial. This Comprehensive Plan Amendment is in preparation for a PDD rezoning of the property to allow for additional commercial options in the area. It is the applicant’s intent to develop warehouses and offices on the subject property. The proposed amendment to Wellborn Commercial would create a commercial land use designation that has minimal roadway frontage and is surrounded by residential uses. This would also create an isolated commercial use away from F.M. 2154, which the Wellborn Community Plan states should be closer to F.M. 2154. The Wellborn Commercial land use designation is inappropriate for this property as it Page 95 of 323 CCM061021 Minutes Page 5 is surrounded by existing and future residential and as it is not located in an area that the Wellborn Community Plan describes as appropriate for commercial uses. The Planning and Zoning Commission heard this item at their May 20, 2021, meeting where they voted 5-2 to recommend denial. Staff also recommends denial of the request. At approximately 7:09 p.m., Mayor Mooney opened the Public Hearing. There being no comments, the Public Hearing was closed at 7:09 p.m. Veronica Morgan, Mitchell and Morgan, Representative of the Applicant gave for time to Jane Cohan. Jane Cohan, College Station, came before the Council to state that an owner should have the right to do what want with their property within reason. Also, a business would be better then what is there now, plus across the street is already commercial. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Mayor Mooney and a second by Councilmember Harvell, the City Council voted seven (7) for and none (0) opposed, to deny Ordinance No. 2021-4269, amending the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use and Character Map from Wellborn Preserve-Open to Wellborn Commercial for approximately 2 acres, generally located at 3970 Gus Roy Road. The motion carried unanimously. 8.2 Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Ordinance No. 2021-4270 authorizing the issuance of up to $62,443,000 in principal amount of “City of College Station, Texas Certificates of Obligation, Series 2021”; delegating the authority to certain city officials to execute certain documents relating to the sale of the certificates; approving and authorizing instruments and procedures relating to said certificates; and enacting other provisions relating to the subject. Mary Ellen Leonard, Finance Director, stated that the City Council is authorized to approve the issuance of Certificates of Obligation (CO’s) after approving a resolution directing notice to be published of the intent to issue the CO’s. On April 8, 2021, Council approved a resolution directing staff to publish the City’s notice of intent to issue the CO’s, as required by law. On April 17th and April 24th such notices were duly published. It is at the recommendation of the City’s Financial Advisor, Ms. Marti Shew with Hilltop Securities, Inc., that the City issue Certificates of Obligation for utility projects rather than Utility Revenue Bonds. This issue will provide resources for street, information technology, equipment maintenance facility and fleet vehicles, electric, water and sewer systems improvements, and debt issuance costs. If this ordinance is approved, the City Council will be delegating to the Mayor, the City Manager, and the Assistant City Manager/CFO the authority to complete the sale of the certificates and which must be completed by June 10, 2022. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Councilmember Nichols and a second by Councilmember Maloney, the City Council voted six (6) for and one (1) opposed, with Councilmember Cunha voting against to adopt Ordinance No. 2021-4270, authorizing the issuance of up to $62,443,000 in principal amount of “City of College Station, Texas Certificates of Obligation, Series 2021”; delegating the authority to certain city officials to execute certain documents relating to the sale of the certificates; approving and authorizing instruments and procedures relating to said certificates; and enacting other provisions relating to the subject. The motion carried. Page 96 of 323 CCM061021 Minutes Page 6 8.3 Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding Ordinance No. 2021-4271 consenting to and extending the Mayor's renewal of a disaster declaration due to public health emergency. Bryan Woods, City Manager, stated that on June 7, 2021, the Mayor of College Station issued a proclamation pursuant to §418.014 of the Texas Government Code renewing the state of disaster proclaimed by the Mayor on March 17, 2020, April 21, 2020, May 22, 2020, June 22, 2020, July 22, 2020, August 21, 2020, September 21, 2020, October 20, 2020, November 20, 2020, December 7, 2020, January 8, 2021, February 8, 2021, March 8, 2021, April 6, 2021, and May 7, 2021. The conditions necessitating the declaration of a state of disaster and mayoral orders continue to exist. The Council needs to consent to and approve the Mayor's Disaster Declaration renewal. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Councilmember Nichols and a second by Councilmember Crompton, the City Council voted seven (7) for and none (0) opposed, to adopt Ordinance No. 2021- 4271, consenting to and extending the Mayor's renewal of a disaster declaration due to public health emergency. The motion carried unanimously. 8.4 Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the appointments of representatives to serve as a member of the Impact Fee Advisory Committee. MOTION: Upon a motion made by Mayor Mooney and a second by Councilmember Harvell, the City Council voted seven (7) for and none (0) opposed, to appoint James Murr and Richard Woodward for a two-year term to the Impact Fee Advisory Committee (IFAC). The motion carried unanimously. 9. Council Calendar Council reviewed the calendar. 10. Items of Community Interest: The Council may receive reports from a Council Member or City Staff about items of community interest for which notice has not been given, including: expressions of thanks, congratulations or condolence; information regarding holiday schedules; honorary or salutary recognitions of a public official, public employee, or other citizen; reminders of upcoming events organized or sponsored by the City of College Station; information about a social, ceremonial or community event organized or sponsored by an entity other than the City of College Station that is scheduled to be attended by a Council Member, another city official or staff of the City of College Station; and announcements involving an imminent threat to the public health and safety of people in the City of College Station that has arisen after the posting of the agenda. Councilmember Cunha spoke about the celebration and proclamation for the Brazos Valley Vaccination HUB event. 11. Council Reports on Committees, Boards, and Commission: A Council Member may make a report regarding meetings of City Council boards and commissions or meetings of boards and committees on which a Council Member serves as a representative that have met since the last council meeting. (Committees listed in Coversheet) Councilmember Harvell reported on Historic Preservation Committee. Page 97 of 323 CCM061021 Minutes Page 7 12.Future Agenda Items and Review of Standing List of Council Generated Future Agenda Items: A Council Member may make a request to City Council to place an item for which no notice has been given on a future agenda or may inquire about the status of an item on the standing list of council generated future agenda items. A Council Member’s or City Staff’s response to the request or inquiry will be limited to a statement of specific factual information related to the request or inquiry or the recitation of existing policy in response to the request or inquiry. Any deliberation of or decision about the subject of a request will be limited to a proposal to place the subject on the agenda for a subsequent meeting. Councilmember Crompton requested staff to look into improving the vegetation protection around the College Station municipal cemetery located on Texas Avenue due to encroaching uses adjacent to the facility. The College Station City Council reconvened into Executive Session at 7:47 p.m. on June 10, 2021, in order to continue discussing matters listed above in the minutes. Executive Session recessed at 8:23 p.m. no vote or action was taken in Executive Session. 13.Adjournment. There being no further business, Mayor Mooney adjourned the Meeting of the City Council at 8:23 p.m. on Thursday, June 10, 2021. ________________________ Karl Mooney, Mayor ATTEST: ___________________________ Tanya Smith, City Secretary Page 98 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 8.2. One Inch Overlay With Specialty Mix Contract Renewal Sponsor:Pete Caler, Assistant Director of Public Works Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the approval of the third and final renewal of a contract with Brazos Paving, Inc. for the installation of a one-inch overlay with specialty mix as needed for an amount not to exceed $432,000. Relationship to Strategic Goals: Core Services and Infrastructure Recommendation(s): Staff recommends approving the third and final renewal of contract 18300554 with Brazos Paving, Inc. for installation of one inch overlay with specialty mix as needed for an amount not to exceed $432,000. Summary: On April 27, 2018, the City of College Station and Brazos County conducted a joint bid for the installation of one inch overlay with specialty mix as needed. The lowest responsible bidder was Brazos Paving, Inc. This renewal term is for the period beginning June 28, 2021, through June 27, 2022. This is the third and final renewal. Budget & Financial Summary: Funds are available in the roadway operations and maintenance budget. Attachments: 1.18300554R3 Brazos Paving Inc Renewal Ltr signed Page 99 of 323 Page 100 of 323 Page 101 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 8.3. Contract for purchase of surveillance cameras for City vehicles Sponsor:Sam Rivera Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a technology services contract to purchase and implement a mobile video surveillance system software and hardware, maintenance and support and licensing with IVS, Inc. dba AngelTrax not to exceed $349,741.82 Relationship to Strategic Goals: Core Services and Infrastructure, Improving Mobility Recommendation(s): Staff recommends approval Summary: A request for proposal (RFP# 19-092) was issued for this project. The City received 3 proposals. This project will be completed in phases. This is Phase I of the Fleet Video System project, which will encompass 117 heavy vehicles: 1. Phase 1 – Stage A a. Public Works Department – Assessment of vehicle cameras and replacement of those in need. Preliminary assessment identified 25 vehicles needing five camera system and 8 vehicles needing 6 camera system. Removal of current camera systems on 11 vehicles. b. Fire Department – Assessment of vehicle cameras and replacement of those in need. Preliminary assessment identified 4 vehicles needing three camera system, 12 vehicles needing five camera system and 6 vehicles needing 6 camera system 2. Phase 1- Stage B a. Water Department – Assessment of vehicle cameras and replacement of those in need. Preliminary assessment identified 32 vehicles needing three camera system. b. Electric Department – Assessment of vehicle cameras and replacement of those in need. Preliminary assessment identified 30 vehicles needing three camera system. This contract will ensure: 1. Replacing current camera systems in vehicles included in Phase I and installing the new camera system. 2. Installing cameras on all identified in scope commercial vehicles, 3. Supporting and maintaining cameras installed on vehicles for real-time viewing as well as video recording and configurable voice recording, 4. Providing real-time video viewing to drivers and/or cabin, 5. Providing easy access to video recordings. Budget & Financial Summary: Budget in the amount of $420,000 is included for this project in the Facilities and Technology Capital Improvement Projects Fund. Nothing has been committed or spent to date, leaving $420,000 for this contract and related one-time expenses. The total cost of this contract is $349,742. Of that amount, $252,506 is for one-time costs to be spent in the Capital Improvement Projects Fund. IT will be funding the remaining $97,236 recurring costs. The recurring costs are for the hosted server, hosted video, software licenses and preventative maintenance. The recurring cell data costs required for the cameras to operate will be funded by the departments Page 102 of 323 involved. Attachments: 1.20300303_AngelTrax Tech Servies 5-28-21 Page 103 of 323 CONTRACT & AGREEMENT ROUTING FORM __Original(s) sent to CSO on _____ Scanned into Laserfiche on _________ ____Original(s) sent to Fiscal on ________ CONTRACT#: _______ PROJECT#: _________ BID/RFP/RFQ#: _______ Project Name / Contract Description: _____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Name of Contractor: ____________________________________________________________ CONTRACT TOTAL VALUE: $ _________________ Grant Funded Yes No If yes, what is the grant number: Debarment Check Yes No N/A Davis Bacon Wages Used Yes No N/A Section 3 Plan Incl. Yes No N/A Buy America Required Yes No N/A Transparency Report Yes No N/A NEW CONTRACT RENEWAL # _____ CHANGE ORDER # _____ OTHER ______________ BUDGETARY AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION (Include number of bids solicited, number of bids received, funding source, budget vs. actual cost, summary tabulation) ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ (If required)* CRC Approval Date*: __________ Council Approval Date*: ____________ Agenda Item No*: ______ --Section to be completed by Risk, Purchasing or City Secretary’s Office Only— Insurance Certificates: ______ Performance Bond: ________ Payment Bond: ________ Info Tech: _______ SIGNATURES RECOMMENDING APPROVAL __________________________________________ _________________________________ DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR/ADMINISTERING CONTRACT DATE __________________________________________ _________________________________ LEGAL DEPARTMENT DATE __________________________________________ _________________________________ ASST CITY MGR – CFO DATE APPROVED & EXECUTED __________________________________________ _________________________________ CITY MANAGER DATE __________________________________________ _________________________________ MAYOR (if applicable) DATE __________________________________________ _________________________________ CITY SECRETARY (if applicable) DATE 20300303 CO1903 19-092 Video/GPS/Diagnostics System for City Fleet IVS, Inc. dba AngelTrax 349,741.82 ■ Funding for the project has been acquired through the Video/GPS/Diagnostics System for City Fleet Project. From one time costs of $252,505.82, $176,440.82 covers the cost of the cameras, $76,065.00 covers the installation of cameras and removal of current cameras. The remaining $97,236.00 will cover the licenses for software, hosted server, hosted video and annual preventative maintenance. These are also recurring costs that will be funded through 10011250-5201. The recurring cell data costs required for the cameras to operate will be funded by the departments involved. 4/14/21 6/24/21 N/A N/A N/A N/A Page 104 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 1 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 TECHNOLOGY SERVICES CONTRACT This Contract is by and between the City of College Station, a Texas Municipal Home- Rule Corporation (the “City”) and IVS, Inc. dba AngelTrax, an Alabama Corporation (the “Consultant”), whereby Consultant agrees to perform and the City agrees to pay for the work described herein. ARTICLE I SCOPE OF SERVICE 1.01 This Contract is for a mobile video surveillance system implementation, software and hardware maintenance and support and licensing (the “Project”). The scope and details of the work to be provided to the City by Consultant for the Project are set forth in Exhibit “A” to this Contract and are incorporated as though fully set forth herein by reference (the “Work”). Consultant agrees to perform or cause the performance of all the work described in Exhibit “A.” 1.02 Consultant agrees to perform the work described in Exhibit “A” hereto and the City agrees to pay Consultant a fee based on the rates set forth in Exhibit “B” to this Contract for the Work performed by Consultant. The invoices shall be submitted to the City following the 15th day and the last day of each month. The payment terms are net payable within thirty (30) calendar days of the City’s receipt of the invoice. Upon termination of this Contract, payments under this paragraph shall cease, provided, however, that Consultant shall be entitled to payments for work performed in accordance with this Contract before the date of termination and for which Consultant has not yet been paid. ARTICLE II PAYMENT 2.01 The total amount of payment, including reimbursements, by the City to Consultant for all Work to be performed under this Contract may not, under any circumstances, exceed Three Hundred Forty-Nine Thousand Seven Hundred Forty-One and 82/100 Dollars ($349,741.82). ARTICLE III CHANGE ORDERS 3.01 The City may from time to time request changes in the scope and focus of the Work to be conducted by Consultant pursuant to this Contract, provided, however, that any such change that in the opinion of Consultant, the City Manager, or the City’s Project Manager varies significantly from the scope of the work set out herein and would entail an increase in cost or expense to the City shall be mutually agreed upon in advance in writing by Consultant and the City’s Project Manager. (a) When the original Contract amount plus all change orders is $100,000 or less, the City Manager or his designee may approve the written change order provided the change order does not increase the total amount set forth in the Contract to more than $100,000. For such contracts, when a change order results in a total contract Page 105 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 2 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 amount that exceeds $100,000, the City Council of the City must approve such change order prior to commencement of the services or work; and (b) When the original contract amount plus all change orders is greater than $100,000, the City Manager or his designee may approve the written change order provided the change order does not exceed $50,000, and provided the sum of all change orders does not exceed 25% of the original contract amount. For such contracts, when a change order exceeds $50,000 or when the sum of all change orders exceeds 25% of the original contract amount, the City Council of the City must approve such change order prior to commencement of the services or work. Thereafter, any additional change orders exceeding $50,000 or any additional change orders totaling 25 percent following such council approval, must be approved by City Council; and (c) Any request by the Consultant for an increase in the Scope of Work and an increase in the amount listed in paragraph two of this Contract shall be made and approved by the City prior to the Consultant providing such work or the right to payment for such additional work shall be waived. If there is a dispute between the Consultant and the City respecting any service provided or to be provided hereunder by the Consultant, including a dispute as to whether such Work is additional to the Scope of Work included in this Contract, the Consultant agrees to continue providing on a timely basis all work to be provided by the Consultant hereunder, including any Work as to which there is a dispute. (d) It shall be the sole responsibility of the City to assure compliance with its approval rules and regulations regarding the authority to authorize funds. Consultant bears no responsibility for the enforcement of the rules of the City in either requesting changes or distributing funds for services rendered. Should City make payment for work performed and accepted under this contract as defined in Article I and any request for changes to work delivered and accepted those funds transferred shall remain the sole property of the Consultant. Consultant agrees to assist City in its assessment and evaluation of any change requested Page 106 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 3 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 ARTICLE IV TIME OF PERFORMANCE 4.01 Except as provided in Article XI hereinbelow, the Consultant shall complete the implementation work described in Exhibit “A” by the dates set forth below: Implementation Schedule Completion Time 1. Public Works and Fire Departments Phase. • Public Works Department - 25 Vehicles with 5 Camera System and 8 Vehicles with 6 Camera System • Fire Departments - 4 Vehicles with 3 Camera System, 12 Vehicles with 5 Camera System and 6 Vehicles with 6 Camera System 8 weeks from Notice to Proceed. a. Notice to Proceed and Shipment of Products b. Implementation complete and Accepted by the City c. Software Licensing, Hosted Server, Hosted Video and Annual Preventative Maintenance 2. Water and Electric Departments Phase • Water Department – 32 Vehicles with 3 Camera System • Electric Department – 30 Vehicles with 3 Camera System 8 weeks from Notice to Proceed. a. Notice to Proceed and Shipment of Products b. Implementation Complete and Accepted by the City c. Software Licensing, Hosted Server, Hosted Video and Annual Preventative Maintenance 4.02 Except as provided in Article XI hereinbelow, the term of this Contract shall be for one (1) year from the effective date of this Contract. Thereafter, upon the mutual consent of both parties, including budget approval by the City, this Contract may be renewed on an annual basis, under the same terms and conditions, for up to two (2) additional years (three (3) years total). If, for any reason, funds are not appropriated to continue the contract, the contract shall become null and void and shall terminate. 4.03 Time is of the essence of this Contract. The Consultant shall be prepared to provide the Work in the most expedient and efficient manner possible in order to complete the work by the times specified. City will provide access to the equipment upon which the technical solution is being installed in a manner consistent with Consultant’s timely performance of its obligations under this Contract. 4.04 Consultant will work closely with the City Manager or his designee (the "Project Manager") or other appropriate City officials. Consultant agrees to perform any and all Project- Page 107 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 4 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 related tasks reasonably required of it by the City in order to fulfill the purposes of the Work to be performed. The Work of Consultant under this Contract may be authorized by the Project Manager in various phases as set forth in Exhibit “A.” City will provide access to the equipment upon which the technical solution is being installed in a manner consistent with Consultant’s timely performance of its obligations under this Contract. ARTICLE V INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AND NONSOLICITATION 5.01 Independent Contractor. In all activities or work performed hereunder, the Consultant is an independent contractor and not an agent or employee of the City. The Consultant, as an independent contractor, shall be responsible for the final product contemplated under this Contract. Except for materials furnished by the City, the Consultant shall supply all materials, equipment and labor required for the execution of the Work on the Project. The Consultant shall have ultimate control over the execution of the Work under this Contract. The Consultant shall have the sole obligation to employ, direct, control, supervise, manage, discharge, and compensate all of its employees and subcontractors, and the City shall have no control of or supervision over the employees of the Consultant or any of the Consultant's subcontractors except to the limited extent provided for in this Contract. Consultant shall be liable for any misrepresentations. Any negotiations by the Consultant on the City’s behalf are binding on the City only when within the Scope of Work contained herein and approved by the City. 5.02 Non-solicitation. Consultant recognizes and understands that it will be interacting with City employees when performing Work under this Contract, and that it may cause irreparable harm to the City should one or more City employees perform work for Consultant either directly or indirectly. Because of this, Consultant agrees that it shall not directly or indirectly, personally or through others, solicit or encourage, or attempt to solicit or encourage on Consultant’s own behalf or on behalf of any other person or entity for hire or use the work of any employee or other consultant of the City or any of City’s agents or officials. Consultant agrees to adhere to this requirement for a minimum of one year following termination of this Contract. This provision shall survive termination of this Contract. ARTICLE VI AUTHORIZATION 6.01 The City shall direct Consultant to commence Work on the Project by sending Consultant a "letter of authorization" to begin Work on the Project. 6.02 Upon receipt of the letter of authorization to begin Work on the implementation of the Project, Consultant shall meet with the City for the purpose of determining the nature of the Project, including but not limited to the following: meeting with the City’s staff to coordinate Project goals, schedules, and deadlines; coordinating data collection; briefing the City’s management staff; documenting study assumptions, methodologies and expectations; devising the criteria to be met for both interim goals and final completion of the Work. Page 108 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 5 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 6.03 Consultant shall consult with the City and may, in some limited circumstances, act as the City’s representative, but it is understood and agreed by the parties that for all purposes related to this Contract, Consultant shall be an independent consultant at all times and is not to be considered either an agent or an employee of the City. ARTICLE VII WARRANTY 7.01 As an experienced and qualified professional, Consultant warrants that the Work provided by Consultant reflects high professional and industry standards, procedures, and performances. Consultant warrants the design, preparation of drawings, the designation or selection of materials and equipment, the selection and supervision of personnel, the fitness and operation of its recommendations, and the performance of other work under this Contract, pursuant to a high standard of performance in the field in which Consultant works. Consultant warrants that it will exercise diligence and due care and perform in a good and workmanlike manner all of the work pursuant to this Contract. Approval or acceptance by the City of any of Consultant’s work product under this Contract shall not constitute, or be deemed, a release of the responsibility and liability of Consultant, its employees, agents, or associates for the exercise of skill and diligence necessary to fulfill Consultant’s responsibilities under this Contract. Nor shall the City’s approval or acceptance be deemed to be the assumption of responsibility by the City for any defect or error in the Project’s Work products prepared by Consultant, its employees, associates, agents, or subconsultants. 7.02 Consultant shall keep the City informed of the progress of the Work and shall guard against any defects or deficiencies in its work. 7.03 Consultant shall be responsible for using due diligence to correct errors, deficiencies or unacceptable Work. Consultant shall, at no cost to the City, remedy any errors, deficiencies or any Work found unacceptable, in the City’s sole discretion, as soon as possible, but no longer than fifteen (15) calendar days after receiving notice of said errors, deficiencies or unacceptable Work. In the event there exists an interruption of parts supply beyond the control of Consultant the fifteen (15) calendar day obligation does not begin until the parts become available in the marketplace. 7.04 Consultant’s work product shall be the exclusive property of the City. Upon completion or termination of this Contract, Consultant shall promptly deliver to the City all records, notes, data, memorandum, models, and equipment of any nature that are within Consultant’s possession or control and that are the City’s property or relate to the City or its business. 7.05 Consultant has the right to retrieve and maintain as its property raw meta data and any analysis relating to the overall effectiveness of the software and engineered technologies provided to the City. No personal identifying information regarding any individual or entity in a readable format will be maintained by the Consultant after termination. The raw meta data collection and ownership retention applies to operational data directly relating to the functionality of the technical solution provided City. Page 109 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 6 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 7.06 The City has the duty to perform limited preventive maintenance on and to the technological solution provided by Consultant. Consultant is not liable for the failure to perform routine preventive maintenance. Upon installation Consultant will provide City with the preventive maintenance protocol specific to the technological solution installed. ARTICLE VIII INDEMNIFICATION AND RELEASE 8.01 Indemnity. The Consultant agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the City, its officers, employees, volunteers and agents (separately and collectively referred to in this paragraph as “Indemnitee”), from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, causes of action, suits, judgments, settlements made by Indemnitee, and liability of every kind, including all expenses of litigation, court costs, attorney's fees, and other reasonable costs for damage to or loss of use of any property, for injuries to, or sickness or death of any person, including but not limited to Consultant, any of its subconsultants of any tier, or of any employee or invitee of Consultant or of any such subconsultants, that is caused by, arises out of, related to, or in connection with, the negligence of and/or negligent performance of this Contract by Consultant or by any such subconsultants of any tier, under this Contract. There shall be no additional indemnification other than as set forth in this section. All other provisions regarding the same subject matter shall be declared void and of no effect. 8.02 It is agreed with respect to any legal limitations now or hereafter in effect and affecting the validity or enforceability of the indemnification obligation under Paragraph 8.01, such legal limitations are made a part of the indemnification obligation and shall operate to amend the indemnification obligation to the minimum extent necessary to bring the provision into conformity with the requirements of such limitations, and as so modified, the indemnification obligation shall continue in full force and effect. 8.03 Release. The Consultant releases, relinquishes, and discharges the City, its officers, agents, volunteers and employees from all claims, demands, and causes of action of every kind and character, including the cost of defense thereof, for any injury to, sickness or death of the Consultant or its employees and any loss of or damage to any property of the Consultant or its employees that is caused by or alleged to be caused by, arises out of, or is in connection with the Consultant's work to be performed hereunder. Both the City and the Consultant expressly intend that this release shall apply regardless of whether said claims, demands, and causes of action are covered, in whole or in part, by insurance and in the event of injury, sickness, death, loss, or damage suffered by the Consultant or its employees, but not otherwise, this release shall apply regardless of whether such loss, damage, injury, or death was caused in whole or in part by the City, any other party released hereunder, the Consultant, or any third party. There shall be no additional release or hold harmless provision other than as set forth in this section. All other provisions regarding the same subject matter shall be declared void and of no effect. Page 110 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 7 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 ARTICLE IX INSURANCE 9.01 General. The Consultant shall procure and maintain at its sole cost and expense for the duration of this Contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property that may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Consultant, its agents, representatives, volunteers, employees or subconsultants. The policies, limits and endorsements required are as set forth below: 9.02 Types. During the term of this Contract Consultant’s insurance policies shall meet the minimum requirements of this section. (a) Commercial General Liability. (b) Business Automobile Liability. (c) Workers' Compensation/Employer’s Liability. (d) Professional Liability. (e) Cyber Liability. 9.03 Certificates of Insurance. For each of these policies, the policy shall be endorsed to show the Consultant’s insurance coverage as primary with respect to the City, its officials, agents, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self-insurance carried or obtained by the City, its officials, agents, employees or volunteers, shall be considered in excess of the Consultant’s insurance and shall not contribute to it. No term or provision of the indemnification provided by the Consultant to the City pursuant to this Contract shall be construed or interpreted as limiting or otherwise affecting the terms of the insurance coverage. All Certificates of Insurance and endorsements shall be furnished to the City’s Representative at the time of execution of this Contract, on the most current State of Texas Department of Insurance-approved forms, attached hereto as Exhibit C, and approved by the City before work commences. 9.04 Additional Insurance. The Consultant shall include all subconsultants as Additional Insureds under its policies, or shall furnish separate certificates and endorsements for each subconsultant. Coverages for subconsultants shall be subject to all requirements stated herein. 9.05 General Requirements Applicable to All Policies. The following General requirements applicable to all policies shall apply: (a) Only licensed insurance carriers authorized to do business in the State of Texas shall be accepted. (b) Deductibles shall be listed on the certificate of insurance and are acceptable only on an “occurrence” basis. (c) “Claims made” policies are not accepted, except for Professional Liability insurance. (d) Coverage shall not be suspended, voided, canceled, or reduced in coverage or in limits of liability except after thirty (30) calendar days written notice has been given to the City of College Station. Page 111 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 8 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 (e) The Certificates of Insurance shall be prepared and executed by the insurance company or its authorized agent. Each certificate shall contain the following provisions and warranties: i. The licensed insurance company is authorized to do business in the State of Texas ii. The insurance policy is underwritten on forms provided by the Texas State Board of Insurance or ISO iii. All endorsements and coverages are included according to the requirements of this Contract iv. The form of notice of cancellation, termination, or change in coverage provisions is specified in this attachment (f) The City of College Station, its officials, agents, employees, and volunteers are to be named as Additional Insureds on the Commercial General Liability and Business Automobile Liability Policies. The coverages shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded the City, its officials, agents, employees, and volunteers. 9.06 Commercial General Liability requirements. The following Commercial General Liability requirements shall apply: (a) Coverage shall be written by a carrier rated “A: VIII” or better in accordance with the current A. M. Best Key Rating Guide. (b) Minimum limits of liability of $1,000,000 per occurrence per project with a $2,000,000 annual aggregate limit. (c) Coverage shall be at least as broad as Insurance Service's Office (ISO) Number CG 00 01. (d) No coverage shall be excluded from the standard policy without notification of individual exclusions being attached for the City’s review and acceptance. (e) The coverage shall not exclude: premises/operations; independent contracts; products/completed operations; contractual liability (insuring the indemnity provided herein); and Host Liquor Liability. (f) The City shall be named as Additional Insured and policies endorsed to waive rights of subrogation and to be primary and non-contributory with regard to any self- insurance or insurance policy held by the City. 9.07 Business Automobile Liability requirements. The following Business Automobile Liability requirements shall apply: (a) Coverage shall be written by a carrier rated “A:VIII” or better in accordance with the current A.M. Best Key Rating Guide. (b) Minimum Combined Single Limit of $1,000,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. (c) The Business Auto Policy must show Symbol 1 in the Covered Autos portion of the liability section in Item 2 of the declarations page. Page 112 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 9 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 (d) The coverage shall include owned, leased or rented autos, non-owned autos, any autos and hired autos. 9.08 Workers’ Compensation/Employer’s Liability Insurance requirements. The Workers’ Compensation/Employer’s Liability insurance shall include the following terms: (a) Employer’s Liability limits of $1,000,000 for each accident is required. (b) “Texas Waiver of Our Right to Recover from Others Endorsement, WC 42 03 04” shall be included in this policy. (c) Texas must appear in Item 3A of the Workers’ Compensation coverage or Item 3C must contain the following: All States except those listed in Item 3A and the States of NV, ND, OH, WA, WV, and WY. 9.09 Professional Liability requirements. The following Professional Liability requirements shall apply: (a) Coverage shall be written by a carrier rated “A:VIII” or better in accordance with the current A. M. Best Key Rating Guide. (b) Minimum limits of liability of $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate, with a maximum deductible of $100,000 unless otherwise agreed in writing by both parties. Financial statements shall be furnished to the City upon request. (c) Consultant must continuously maintain professional liability insurance with prior acts coverage for a minimum of two years after completion of the Project or termination of this Contract, as may be amended, whichever occurs later. Coverage under any renewal policy shall include a retroactive date that precedes the earlier of the effective date of this Contract or the first performance of work for the Project. The purchase of an extended discovery period or an extended reporting period on this policy will not be sufficient to comply with the obligations hereunder. 9.10 Cyber Liability. Minimum limits of $5,000,000 for third party losses. Coverage must include: (a) Event Management; (b) Unauthorized Access/use; (c) Computer Virus; (d) Denial of Service Attack; (e) Libel, Cyber-libel, Slander, Product Disparagement; (f) Violation of Right of Privacy; (g) Regulatory Costs; (h) Privacy Costs- Privacy Injury and Identity Theft; (i) Programming Errors & Omissions Liability; (j) Replacement or Restoration of Electronic Data (First Person); (k) Extortion Threats; (l) Business Income and Extra Expense (to $1 million); (m) Public Relations Expense; and Page 113 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 10 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 (n) Security Breach Expense. ARTICLE X TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS 10.01 Data Storage. Consultant will collect data generated by the technology solution application provided to the City and the Consultant is not a general Cloud Provider, (a) Security Policies and Procedures. The Consultant shall provide the City with copies of its information security policies and procedures within three (3) business days upon City’s request covering: i. Data Classification and privacy; ii. Security training and awareness; iii. Systems administration, patching and configuration; iv. Incident response; v. Managing workstations, mobile devices and antivirus applications; vi. Backups, disaster recovery and business partners and contractors; vii. Audit and testing schedules; viii. Requirements for third-party business partners and contractors; ix. Compliance with information security or privacy laws, rules, regulations or standards; x. Evidence of background checks that support security of sensitive or confidential information; xi. Disclosure of previous data breaches; and xii. Any other relevant information regarding security policies or procedures. (b) Industry Best Practices. Consultant must provide all services using the best commercially-available security technology and techniques according to industry best practices and standards; the City’s security standards, policies and procedures including those relating to fraud prevention and detection and any other inappropriate system and network use or access, including: i. Providing secure (SSL, HTTPS, or similar) access to all levels of users as defined by the City via the internet; ii. Having controls meeting applicable laws and the latest Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cyber security using best industry practices and standards compatible with industry security frameworks. iii. Completely testing and applying patches for hardware bios/firmware, bare metal operating systems (e.g. VMware ESXi), virtualized server operating systems, and software products before release; and iv. Having all servers providing work to the City solely physically located within the continental United States of America. Consultant must house all servers and equipment in an operational environment meeting industry standards including a climate-controlled room with a fire and security hazard detection system and a network and electrical redundancy system, Page 114 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 11 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 including backup Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) and automatic fail- over stand-by generators and physical security. (c) Data Breach. i. Notice. Consultant must immediately notify the City by telephone and email no later than twenty-four (24) hours if there is a reasonable probability of a data security incident. Consultant must send a written letter following up on the data security incident within forty-eight (48) hours following a data breach. The Consultant must: 1. Cooperate with the City’s request to investigate and resolve the incident in a timely manner; 2. Promptly implement necessary remedial measures; and 3. Document responsive actions taken related to the data breach, including any post-incident review and actions taken to make changes in business practices in providing the work, if necessary. ii. Consultant Agreement Breach. If a data breach results from Consultant’s breach of the Contract, Consultant must: 1. Bear any costs associated with the investigation and resolution of the data breach 2. Notify individuals, regulators and all others required by Identity Theft Enforcement and Protection Act in the Texas Business and Commerce Code Chapter 521 Unauthorized Use of Identifying Information; 3. Engage a credit monitoring service or identity protection service; 4. Publish a website or toll-free number and call center for affected individuals as required by state or federal law; 5. Complete all corrective actions as reasonably determined based on root cause; and 6. Send the City written findings and remedial measures from the data breach. (d) Preventive Security Procedures. Consultant must: i. Provide on-going software updates as they become available complying with the defined maintenance windows. The Consultant must completely test updates; including any bug fixes, patches and other improvements; ii. Monitor system and error logs and perform preventive maintenance to minimize and predict system problems, including initiating and completing an appropriate response; iii. Agree to application and vulnerability security scans and schedules; iv. Limit logical and physical access to all system components and provide access only to those individuals with a business need for work provided. Page 115 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 12 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 Individuals who have access to systems and data must have a criminal background check; v. Annually audit the data center. The audit results must comply with industry standard controls for data security and disaster recovery that the Consultant shall report to the City in writing; and vi. Take all necessary measures to protect the data and encryption keys including, but not limited to the off-site servers daily backup according to industry best practices and encryption techniques. (e) Disaster Recovery. Consultant must comply with any and all City disaster recovery and resiliency protocols to prevent system interruption. In the event of system breach, Consultant shall notify the City and restore the system within twenty-four (24) hours from discovery of breach. (f) Closeout. i. Agreement Expiration. When the Agreement term expires or terminates, and at any other time at the City’s written request, Contractor must promptly return to the City all intellectual and physical property subject to the Agreement including, but not limited to system configuration data and information in file or document formats in the Contractor’s possession or control. Consultant retains the rights in the statistical data developed from the analysis of the operation of the systems deployed by Consultant in the performance of this agreement. ii. Access. The City will have access to export and retrieve its data for no less than ninety (90) days after the Agreement expiration or termination date. The City must be able to access its data at any time during the Agreement term in a readily readable, structured and documented format, such as CSV- format or some other standard format offered by the Consultant. The Consultant must provide the City transition work after Agreement expiration or termination at Consultant’s then-current and generally- charged hourly rates. iii. Data Removal. At the City’s request upon Agreement expiration or termination, the Consultant must remove, delete, purge, overwrite or otherwise render inaccessible within a reasonable time, all City data remaining on Consultant’s servers to the extent possible based on the then- current technology available. Consultant must provide the City a written and signed statement confirming data has been deleted, purged, overwritten or otherwise rendered inaccessible. The Consultant will not otherwise delete the City’s data without City’s prior written consent. Consultant may maintain its meta data or any analysis arising from or connected with from having provided the technology solution to the City. Page 116 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 13 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 10.03 Background Checks. The Consultant agrees to assume all responsibility for and to perform background checks on all its employees, agents and assigns working on the Project. Such background checks include but are not limited to, criminal records and civil judgments, professional license verifications, motor vehicle records, social security number, court records, military service records, other public records reports, and verifications of employment, and education. This must be done prior to such individuals commencing their work on the Project. Consultant agrees to produce any and all background checks information as described herein when requested to the City. To the degree allowed by applicable law, City agrees to keep such information confidential. 10.04 Change Management. Any major change to the system shall be authorized and approved by the City. The changes will follow the change management process outlined by the City and in accordance with this Contract. All enhancements and upgrades shall be included in the change management scope of work. All changes will be reasonably tested by the vendor in accordance with the requirements of the City. All major upgrades with exception to emergency upgrades, such as to address a vulnerability, will be scheduled on a calendar and back-out plans presented to the City. 10.05 Work Completion. Unless explicitly provided for otherwise in this Contract or expressly mutually agreed upon by the parties in writing, the Work will be considered complete when it functions in the City’s current technology environment. ARTICLE XI TERMINATION 11.01 At any time, the City may terminate the Project for convenience, in writing. At such time, the City shall notify Consultant, in writing, who shall cease work immediately. Consultant shall be compensated for the work performed. In the event that the City terminates this Contract for convenience, the City shall pay Consultant for the work performed and expenses incurred prior to the date of termination. 11.02 No term or provision of this Contract shall be construed to relieve the Consultant of liability to the City for damages sustained by the City or because of any breach of contract by the Consultant. The City may withhold payments to the Consultant for the purpose of setoff until the exact amount of damages due the City from the Consultant is determined and paid. ARTICLE XII MISCELLANEOUS TERMS 12.01 Venue and Applicable Law. In the event City seeks to enforce any term or condition of this contract or bring a claim or dispute related to this Agreement through a proceeding in court it shall do so in state or federal court in Houston County, Alabama and should Consultant seek to enforce any term of this contract or bring a claim or dispute related to this Agreement through a proceeding in court it shall do so in state or federal court in Brazos County, Texas. Such venue provision shall not apply to any counterclaim brought by a party to this agreement. The law of the forum where the litigation is filed shall be controlling. Page 117 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 14 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 12.02 Notices. Notices shall be mailed to the addresses designated herein or as may be designated in writing by the parties from time to time and shall be deemed received when sent postage prepaid U.S. Mail to the following addresses: CITY: CONSULTANT: City of College Station IVS, Inc. dba AngelTrax Attn: Iroshi Price Attn: Richie Howard P.O. Box 9960 119 South Woodburn Drive College Station, Texas 77842 Dothan, AL 36305 iprice@cstx.gov lani.gomez@angeltrax.com 12.03 Performance of Work. Consultant, its employees, associates or subconsultants shall perform all the Work hereunder. Consultant agrees that all of its associates, employees, or subconsultants who work on this Project shall be fully qualified and competent to do the Work described hereunder. Consultant shall undertake the Work and complete it in a timely manner. 12.04 Compliance. The Consultant shall comply with all applicable federal, state, and local statutes, regulations, ordinances, and other laws, including but not limited to the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). The Consultant may not knowingly obtain the labor or work of an unauthorized alien. The Consultant, not the City, must verify eligibility for employment as required by IRCA. 12.05 Waiver. No waiver by either party hereto of any term or condition of this Contract shall be deemed or construed to be a waiver of any other term or condition or subsequent waiver of the same term or condition. 12.06 Assignment. This Contract and all rights and obligations contained herein may not be assigned by Consultant without the prior written approval of the City. Approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. 12.07 Invalidity. If any provision of this Contract shall be held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable by a court or other tribunal of competent jurisdiction, the validity, legality, and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby. The parties shall use their best efforts to replace the respective provision or provisions of this Contract with legal terms and conditions approximating the original intent of the parties. 12.08 Prioritization. Contractor and City agree that City is a political subdivision of the State of Texas and is thus subject to certain laws. Because of this there may be documents or portions thereof added by Consultant to this Contract as exhibits that conflict with such laws, or that conflict with the terms and conditions herein excluding the additions by Consultant. In either case, the applicable law or the applicable provision of this Contract excluding such conflicting addition by Consultant shall prevail. The parties understand this section comprises part of this Contract without necessity of additional consideration. 12.09 Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the City and Consultant and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations, or agreements, Page 118 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 15 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 either written or oral. This Contract may only be amended by written instrument approved and executed by the parties. 12.10 Bound by Terms. The parties acknowledge that they have read, understood, and intend to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Contract. 12.11 Effective. This Contract goes into effect when duly approved by all the parties hereto. 12.12 No Boycott Israel. To the extent this Contract is considered a contract for goods or work subject to §2270.002 Texas Government Code, Consultant verifies that it i) does not boycott Israel; and ii) will not boycott Israel during the term of this Contract. List of Exhibits A. Scope of Work B. Payment Schedule C. Certificates of Insurance IVS, INC. DBA ANGELTRAX CITY OF COLLEGE STATION By: By: Richie Howard, President City Manager Date: Date: APPROVED: City Attorney Date: _________________ Assistant City Manager/CFO Date: _________________ Page 119 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 16 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 Exhibit A Scope of Work No. Department Type # of Cameras Chassis/Model Camera Locations 1 Solid Waste Residential Rear Load 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 2 Solid Waste Residential Rear Load 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 3 Solid Waste Residential Rear Load 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 4 Solid Waste Residential Rear Load 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 5 Solid Waste Residential Rural Satellite 5 Ford Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 6 Solid Waste Residential Rural Satellite 5 Ford Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 7 Solid Waste Residential Automated 6 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, in hopper, and inside the cab video. 8 Solid Waste Residential Automated 6 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, in hopper, and inside the cab video. 9 Solid Waste Residential Automated 6 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, in hopper, and inside the cab video. 10 Solid Waste Residential Automated 6 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, in hopper, and inside the cab video. 11 Solid Waste Residential Automated 6 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, in hopper, and inside the cab video. Page 120 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 17 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 12 Solid Waste Residential Automated 6 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, in hopper, and inside the cab video. 13 Solid Waste Residential Brush 5 Ford Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 14 Solid Waste Residential Brush 5 Freightliner Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 15 Solid Waste Residential Brush 5 Freightliner Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 16 Solid Waste Residential Brush 5 Ford Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 17 Solid Waste Residential Brush 5 Ford Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 18 Solid Waste Residential Brush 5 Ford Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 19 Solid Waste Residential Brush 5 Ford Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 20 Solid Waste Commercial FEL 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 21 Solid Waste Commercial FEL 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 22 Solid Waste Commercial FEL 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 23 Solid Waste Commercial FEL 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 24 Solid Waste Commercial FEL 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 25 Solid Waste Commercial FEL 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 26 Solid Waste Commercial Automated 6 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, in hopper, and inside the cab video. Page 121 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 18 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 27 Solid Waste Commercial Automated 6 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, in hopper, and inside the cab video. 28 Solid Waste Commercial Roll-Off 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 29 Solid Waste Commercial Roll-Off 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 30 Solid Waste Commercial Roll-Off 5 Autocar Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 31 Solid Waste Sweepers 5 Freightliner Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 32 Solid Waste Sweepers 5 Freightliner Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 33 Solid Waste Sweepers 5 TBD Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 34 Fire Fire Engine 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 35 Fire Fire Engine 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 36 Fire Fire Engine 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 37 Fire Fire Engine 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 38 Fire Fire Engine 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 39 Fire Fire Engine 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 40 Fire Fire Engine 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 41 Fire Fire Engine 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. Page 122 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 19 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 42 Fire Tenders 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 43 Fire Ambulance 6 N/A Forward, rear, and cab. Each side will be nice to have 44 Fire Ambulance 6 N/A Forward, rear, and cab. Each side will be nice to have 45 Fire Ambulance 6 N/A Forward, rear, and cab. Each side will be nice to have 46 Fire Ambulance 6 N/A Forward, rear, and cab. Each side will be nice to have 47 Fire Ambulance 6 N/A Forward, rear, and cab. Each side will be nice to have 48 Fire Ambulance 6 N/A Forward, rear, and cab. Each side will be nice to have 49 Fire Ladders 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 50 Fire Ladders 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 51 Fire Ladders 5 N/A Forward, each side, rear, and inside the cab video. 52 Fire North Command 3 N/A Front, rear, and cab. 53 Fire South Command 3 N/A Front, rear, and cab. 54 Fire EMS Squad 3 N/A Forward, rear, and cab. 55 Fire EMS Squad 3 N/A Forward, rear, and cab. 56 Electric SUV 3 Chev Tahoe Forward, rear, and cab. 57 Electric 1 Ton Foreman Trruck Extended Cab 3 Chev Silv 3500hd Forward, rear, and cab. 58 Electric 3/4 Ton 4 door Pickup 3 Chev Silv 2500 Forward, rear, and cab. 59 Electric 1 Ton Foreman 3 Chev Silv 3500hd Forward, rear, and cab. Page 123 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 20 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 Truck Extended Cab 60 Electric Big Bucket Truck 3 Freightliner M2- 106 Altec Bucket Truck Forward, rear, and cab. 61 Electric 1/2 Ton Meter Van 3 Chev Van Forward, rear, and cab. 62 Electric Big Bucket Truck 3 Freightliner M2- 106 Altec Bucket Truck Forward, rear, and cab. 63 Electric Digger Truck 3 Freightliner digger derrick Forward, rear, and cab. 64 Electric Service Bucket Truck 3 Ford F550 XC W/Versalift Bucket Forward, rear, and cab. 65 Electric 3/4 Ton 4 door Pickup 3 Chev Silv 2500 Forward, rear, and cab. 66 Electric Big Bucket Truck 3 Freightliner M2- 106 Altec Bucket Truck Forward, rear, and cab. 67 Electric Big Bucket Truck 3 Freightliner Versalift 73' Bucket Truck Forward, rear, and cab. 68 Electric 1 & 1/25 Ton Ext. Cab Foreman Truck 3 Ford F450 Extended Cab Forward, rear, and cab. 69 Electric 3/4 Ton Extended Cab Pickup 3 Ford F350 Extended Cab Forward, rear, and cab. 70 Electric 1/2 Ton Meter Van 3 Chev Express Van Forward, rear, and cab. 71 Electric Digger Truck 3 Freightler Commader Digger Derrick Forward, rear, and cab. 72 Electric 1 Ton Regular Cab Foreman 3 Ford F350 Forward, rear, and cab. 73 Electric 3/4 ton extended cab 3 Ford F250 Forward, rear, and cab. 74 Electric Digger Truck 3 Freightler Commader Digger Derrick Forward, rear, and cab. 75 Electric 3/4 Ton 4 door Pickup 3 Chev Silv 2500 Forward, rear, and cab. Page 124 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 21 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 76 Electric 3/4 Ton 4 door Pickup 3 Chev Silv 2500 Forward, rear, and cab. 77 Electric Van 3 Chev Express Van Forward, rear, and cab. 78 Electric 1/2 Ton Extended Cab 3 Chev Silv XC Forward, rear, and cab. 79 Electric Service Bucket Truck 3 F550 XC W/Versalift Bucket Forward, rear, and cab. 80 Electric Service Bucket Truck 3 F550 XC W/Versalift Bucket Forward, rear, and cab. 81 Electric Service Bucket Truck 3 F550 XC W/Versalift Bucket Forward, rear, and cab. 82 Electric 3/4 Ton Meter Van 3 Chev Express Van Forward, rear, and cab. 83 Electric 3/4 Ton Meter Van 3 Chev Express Van Forward, rear, and cab. 84 Electric 1/2 Ton Extended Cab 3 Chev Silv XC Forward, rear, and cab. 85 Electric 1/2 Ton Reg Cab 3 Chev Silv XC Forward, rear, and cab. 86 Water TRUCK, SILV 2500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 87 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 88 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 89 Water TRUCK, F350 3 FORD Forward, rear, and cab. 90 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 91 Water TRUCK, F350 3 FORD Forward, rear, and cab. 92 Water TRUCK, DUMP BODY 3 FORD Forward, rear, and cab. 93 Water TRUCK, VACCON SEWER 3 FREIGHTLINER Forward, rear, and cab. 94 Water TRUCK, DUMP BED 8-10YD 3 FREIGHTLINER Forward, rear, and cab. 95 Water VAN, TV 3 FORD Forward, rear, and cab. Page 125 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 22 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 96 Water TRUCK, VACCON SEWER 3 FREIGHTLINER Forward, rear, and cab. 97 Water VEHICLE, UTILITY 855D 3 JOHN DEERE Forward, rear, and cab. 98 Water TRUCK, COLORADO 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 99 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 100 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 101 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 102 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 103 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 104 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 105 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 106 Water TRUCK,F750 DUMP BED 6-8YD 3 FORD Forward, rear, and cab. 107 Water TRUCK, SILV 2500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 108 Water VAN, POWER TRANSIT E250 3 FORD Forward, rear, and cab. 109 Water FY19 TRUCK, REPLACES 9543 3 FREIGHTLINER Forward, rear, and cab. 110 Water TRUCK, SILV 2500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. 111 Water TRUCK, DUMP BODY 3 FREIGHTLINER Forward, rear, and cab. 112 Water TRUCK, SLINGER TANKER 3 AUT Forward, rear, and cab. 113 Water TRUCK, DUMP BED 12-14YD 3 FREIGHTLINER Forward, rear, and cab. Page 126 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 23 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 114 Water TRUCK, DUMP BODY 8- 10YD 3 FORD Forward, rear, and cab. 115 Water TRUCK, DUMP BODY 12- 14YD 3 FREIGHTLINER Forward, rear, and cab. 116 Water TRUCK, DUMP BODY 3 FREIGHTLINER Forward, rear, and cab. 117 Water TRUCK, SILV 3500 3 CHEVROLET Forward, rear, and cab. Page 127 of 323 QUOTE #:ATXQ34644-05 ISSUE DATE.:05/25/2021 EXPIRY DATE.:06/25/2021 PREPARED FOR:PREPARED BY: AngelTrax Mobile Video Surveillance BILLING DETAILS SHIPPING DETAILS City of College Station 1101 Texas Ave College Station, TX 77840 United States of America (979)764-3555 City of College Station 1101 Texas Ave College Station, TX 77840 United States of America (979)764-3555 119 South Woodburn Drive Dothan, AL 36305 Cell:334.692.4600 Corporate Office: 1.800.673.1788 tina.parker@angeltrax.com QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION PHASE 1 WITH CUSTOMER PROVIDED AT&T DATAPLAN (8) SOLID WASTE 6 CAMERA SYSTEM 8 $1,764.53 $14,116.24 AngelTrax VULCANVX7AI Mobile Digital Video Recording System (System Contents and Product Descriptions Listed Below) 1VX7AI Vulcan Series 7 Channel HD/IP Mobile Digital Video Recorder • 7 Channels with 6 Channels D1, WD1, 720P, or up to 1080P + 1 Channel IP up to 1080P • Dual Solid-State SD Card Slots • Built-in Wi-Fi Module • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Vandal-Resistant Locking Front Cover • Panic Button • H.264/H.265 Compression 2SD512GB (2) 512GB SD Solid-State Memory Card 2 of 24Page 128 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1VULPBH Vulcan Series Panic Button Housing PC color 1CP7AI Vulcan Series High-Definition 1080P Dual Windshield Camera • Windshield Mounted • Dual Cameras for Views of Vehicle Interior and Through Windshield • 1080P HD • 2.1mm Driver-Facing Camera and 4mm Exterior-Facing Camera • Noise-Gated Microphone • Privacy Option for Microphone and Interior Camera • Wi-Fi Switch Enables Recording Unit's Wi-Fi to Switch to AP Mode for System Configuration and Maintenance • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Covers • Infrared (Interior Camera Only) • 4 LEDs to Indicate Status • Built-in GPS • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Audible Alarm 3HD3600V (3) Vulcan Series Anvil 3600 HD Low Profile Camera • 3.6mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared • For use in school bus SAV applications as overview camera when equipped with YELHS1 yellow housing 1HD2500V Vulcan Series Anvil 2500 HD Low Profile Camera • 2.5mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared 3HD12CBL (3) 39.37 ft. HD Camera Cable 1HD18CBL 59.06 ft. HD Camera Cable 3 of 24Page 129 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1CP4 Vulcan Series Touchscreen Backing & Firmware Control Monitor with Bracket *Required for programming Vulcan MDVR and HCNVR systems 1RAMDIAMT RAM Diamond Mount 1RAMLGARM RAM Long Arm 1RAMSHSD RAM Short Stud 1/4-20 1TRIMDANT Tri-Mode Roof-Mounted Antenna • Wi-Fi, Cellular and Passive GPS Antenna • Roof-Mounted (25) SOLID WASTE 5 CAMERA SYSTEM 25 $1,638.76 $40,969.00 AngelTrax VULCANVX7AI Mobile Digital Video Recording System (System Contents and Product Descriptions Listed Below) 1VX7AI Vulcan Series 7 Channel HD/IP Mobile Digital Video Recorder • 7 Channels with 6 Channels D1, WD1, 720P, or up to 1080P + 1 Channel IP up to 1080P • Dual Solid-State SD Card Slots • Built-in Wi-Fi Module • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Vandal-Resistant Locking Front Cover • Panic Button • H.264/H.265 Compression 4 of 24Page 130 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 2SD512GB (2) 512GB SD Solid-State Memory Card 1VULPBH Vulcan Series Panic Button Housing PC color 1CP7AI Vulcan Series High-Definition 1080P Dual Windshield Camera • Windshield Mounted • Dual Cameras for Views of Vehicle Interior and Through Windshield • 1080P HD • 2.1mm Driver-Facing Camera and 4mm Exterior-Facing Camera • Noise-Gated Microphone • Privacy Option for Microphone and Interior Camera • Wi-Fi Switch Enables Recording Unit's Wi-Fi to Switch to AP Mode for System Configuration and Maintenance • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Covers • Infrared (Interior Camera Only) • 4 LEDs to Indicate Status • Built-in GPS • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Audible Alarm 2HD3600V (2) Vulcan Series Anvil 3600 HD Low Profile Camera • 3.6mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared • For use in school bus SAV applications as overview camera when equipped with YELHS1 yellow housing 1HD2500V Vulcan Series Anvil 2500 HD Low Profile Camera • 2.5mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared 2HD12CBL (2) 39.37 ft. HD Camera Cable 5 of 24Page 131 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1HD18CBL 59.06 ft. HD Camera Cable 1CP4 Vulcan Series Touchscreen Backing & Firmware Control Monitor with Bracket *Required for programming Vulcan MDVR and HCNVR systems 1RAMDIAMT RAM Diamond Mount 1RAMLGARM RAM Long Arm 1RAMSHSD RAM Short Stud 1/4-20 1TRIMDANT Tri-Mode Roof-Mounted Antenna • Wi-Fi, Cellular and Passive GPS Antenna • Roof-Mounted (6) FIRE 6 CAMERA SYSTEM - AMBULANCE 6 $1,767.08 $10,602.48 AngelTrax VULCANVX7AI Mobile Digital Video Recording System (System Contents and Product Descriptions Listed Below) 6 of 24Page 132 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1VX7AI Vulcan Series 7 Channel HD/IP Mobile Digital Video Recorder • 7 Channels with 6 Channels D1, WD1, 720P, or up to 1080P + 1 Channel IP up to 1080P • Dual Solid-State SD Card Slots • Built-in Wi-Fi Module • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Vandal-Resistant Locking Front Cover • Panic Button • H.264/H.265 Compression 2SD512GB (2) 512GB SD Solid-State Memory Card 1VULPBH Vulcan Series Panic Button Housing PC color 1CP7AI Vulcan Series High-Definition 1080P Dual Windshield Camera • Windshield Mounted • Dual Cameras for Views of Vehicle Interior and Through Windshield • 1080P HD • 2.1mm Driver-Facing Camera and 4mm Exterior-Facing Camera • Noise-Gated Microphone • Privacy Option for Microphone and Interior Camera • Wi-Fi Switch Enables Recording Unit's Wi-Fi to Switch to AP Mode for System Configuration and Maintenance • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Covers • Infrared (Interior Camera Only) • 4 LEDs to Indicate Status • Built-in GPS • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Audible Alarm 1HD2100V Vulcan Series Anvil 2100 HD Low Profile Camera • 2.1mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared 2HD3600V (2) Vulcan Series Anvil 3600 HD Low Profile Camera • 3.6mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared • For use in school bus SAV applications as overview camera when equipped with YELHS1 yellow housing 7 of 24Page 133 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1HD2500V Vulcan Series Anvil 2500 HD Low Profile Camera • 2.5mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared 1HD9CBL 29.53 ft. HD Camera Cable 2HD12CBL (2) 39.37 ft. HD Camera Cable 1HD18CBL 59.06 ft. HD Camera Cable 1CP4 Vulcan Series Touchscreen Backing & Firmware Control Monitor with Bracket *Required for programming Vulcan MDVR and HCNVR systems 1RAMDIAMT RAM Diamond Mount 1RAMLGARM RAM Long Arm 1RAMSHSD RAM Short Stud 1/4-20 8 of 24Page 134 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1TRIMDANT Tri-Mode Roof-Mounted Antenna • Wi-Fi, Cellular and Passive GPS Antenna • Roof-Mounted (12) FIRE 5 CAMERA SYSTEM 12 $1,637.06 $19,644.72 AngelTrax VULCANVX7AI Mobile Digital Video Recording System (System Contents and Product Descriptions Listed Below) 1VX7AI Vulcan Series 7 Channel HD/IP Mobile Digital Video Recorder • 7 Channels with 6 Channels D1, WD1, 720P, or up to 1080P + 1 Channel IP up to 1080P • Dual Solid-State SD Card Slots • Built-in Wi-Fi Module • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Vandal-Resistant Locking Front Cover • Panic Button • H.264/H.265 Compression 2SD512GB (2) 512GB SD Solid-State Memory Card 1VULPBH Vulcan Series Panic Button Housing PC color 1CP7AI Vulcan Series High-Definition 1080P Dual Windshield Camera • Windshield Mounted • Dual Cameras for Views of Vehicle Interior and Through Windshield • 1080P HD • 2.1mm Driver-Facing Camera and 4mm Exterior-Facing Camera • Noise-Gated Microphone • Privacy Option for Microphone and Interior Camera • Wi-Fi Switch Enables Recording Unit's Wi-Fi to Switch to AP Mode for System Configuration and Maintenance • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Covers • Infrared (Interior Camera Only) • 4 LEDs to Indicate Status • Built-in GPS • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Audible Alarm 9 of 24Page 135 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 2HD3600V (2) Vulcan Series Anvil 3600 HD Low Profile Camera • 3.6mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared • For use in school bus SAV applications as overview camera when equipped with YELHS1 yellow housing 1HD2500V Vulcan Series Anvil 2500 HD Low Profile Camera • 2.5mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared 1HD9CBL 29.53 ft. HD Camera Cable 1HD12CBL 39.37 ft. HD Camera Cable 1HD18CBL 59.06 ft. HD Camera Cable 1CP4 Vulcan Series Touchscreen Backing & Firmware Control Monitor with Bracket *Required for programming Vulcan MDVR and HCNVR systems 1RAMDIAMT RAM Diamond Mount 1RAMLGARM RAM Long Arm 10 of 24Page 136 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1RAMSHSD RAM Short Stud 1/4-20 1TRIMDANT Tri-Mode Roof-Mounted Antenna • Wi-Fi, Cellular and Passive GPS Antenna • Roof-Mounted (4) FIRE 3 CAMERA SYSTEM 4 $1,380.43 $5,521.72 AngelTrax VULCANVX7AI Mobile Digital Video Recording System (System Contents and Product Descriptions Listed Below) 1VX7AI Vulcan Series 7 Channel HD/IP Mobile Digital Video Recorder • 7 Channels with 6 Channels D1, WD1, 720P, or up to 1080P + 1 Channel IP up to 1080P • Dual Solid-State SD Card Slots • Built-in Wi-Fi Module • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Vandal-Resistant Locking Front Cover • Panic Button • H.264/H.265 Compression 2SD512GB (2) 512GB SD Solid-State Memory Card 1VULPBH Vulcan Series Panic Button Housing PC color 11 of 24Page 137 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1CP7AI Vulcan Series High-Definition 1080P Dual Windshield Camera • Windshield Mounted • Dual Cameras for Views of Vehicle Interior and Through Windshield • 1080P HD • 2.1mm Driver-Facing Camera and 4mm Exterior-Facing Camera • Noise-Gated Microphone • Privacy Option for Microphone and Interior Camera • Wi-Fi Switch Enables Recording Unit's Wi-Fi to Switch to AP Mode for System Configuration and Maintenance • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Covers • Infrared (Interior Camera Only) • 4 LEDs to Indicate Status • Built-in GPS • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Audible Alarm 1HD2500V Vulcan Series Anvil 2500 HD Low Profile Camera • 2.5mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared 1HD12CBL 39.37 ft. HD Camera Cable 1CP4 Vulcan Series Touchscreen Backing & Firmware Control Monitor with Bracket *Required for programming Vulcan MDVR and HCNVR systems 1RAMDIAMT RAM Diamond Mount 1RAMLGARM RAM Long Arm 1RAMSHSD RAM Short Stud 1/4-20 12 of 24Page 138 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1TRIMDANT Tri-Mode Roof-Mounted Antenna • Wi-Fi, Cellular and Passive GPS Antenna • Roof-Mounted (30) ELECTRIC 3 CAMERA SYSTEM 30 $1,380.43 $41,412.90 AngelTrax VULCANVX7AI Mobile Digital Video Recording System (System Contents and Product Descriptions Listed Below) 1VX7AI Vulcan Series 7 Channel HD/IP Mobile Digital Video Recorder • 7 Channels with 6 Channels D1, WD1, 720P, or up to 1080P + 1 Channel IP up to 1080P • Dual Solid-State SD Card Slots • Built-in Wi-Fi Module • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Vandal-Resistant Locking Front Cover • Panic Button • H.264/H.265 Compression 2SD512GB (2) 512GB SD Solid-State Memory Card 1VULPBH Vulcan Series Panic Button Housing PC color 1CP7AI Vulcan Series High-Definition 1080P Dual Windshield Camera • Windshield Mounted • Dual Cameras for Views of Vehicle Interior and Through Windshield • 1080P HD • 2.1mm Driver-Facing Camera and 4mm Exterior-Facing Camera • Noise-Gated Microphone • Privacy Option for Microphone and Interior Camera • Wi-Fi Switch Enables Recording Unit's Wi-Fi to Switch to AP Mode for System Configuration and Maintenance • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Covers • Infrared (Interior Camera Only) • 4 LEDs to Indicate Status • Built-in GPS • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Audible Alarm 13 of 24Page 139 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1HD2500V Vulcan Series Anvil 2500 HD Low Profile Camera • 2.5mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared 1HD12CBL 39.37 ft. HD Camera Cable 1CP4 Vulcan Series Touchscreen Backing & Firmware Control Monitor with Bracket *Required for programming Vulcan MDVR and HCNVR systems 1RAMDIAMT RAM Diamond Mount 1RAMLGARM RAM Long Arm 1RAMSHSD RAM Short Stud 1/4-20 1TRIMDANT Tri-Mode Roof-Mounted Antenna • Wi-Fi, Cellular and Passive GPS Antenna • Roof-Mounted (32) WATER TBD 3 CAMERA SYSTEM 14 of 24Page 140 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 32 $1,380.43 $44,173.76 AngelTrax VULCANVX7AI Mobile Digital Video Recording System (System Contents and Product Descriptions Listed Below) 1VX7AI Vulcan Series 7 Channel HD/IP Mobile Digital Video Recorder • 7 Channels with 6 Channels D1, WD1, 720P, or up to 1080P + 1 Channel IP up to 1080P • Dual Solid-State SD Card Slots • Built-in Wi-Fi Module • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Vandal-Resistant Locking Front Cover • Panic Button • H.264/H.265 Compression 2SD512GB (2) 512GB SD Solid-State Memory Card 1VULPBH Vulcan Series Panic Button Housing PC color 1CP7AI Vulcan Series High-Definition 1080P Dual Windshield Camera • Windshield Mounted • Dual Cameras for Views of Vehicle Interior and Through Windshield • 1080P HD • 2.1mm Driver-Facing Camera and 4mm Exterior-Facing Camera • Noise-Gated Microphone • Privacy Option for Microphone and Interior Camera • Wi-Fi Switch Enables Recording Unit's Wi-Fi to Switch to AP Mode for System Configuration and Maintenance • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Covers • Infrared (Interior Camera Only) • 4 LEDs to Indicate Status • Built-in GPS • Built-in G-Force Sensor • Audible Alarm 1HD2500V Vulcan Series Anvil 2500 HD Low Profile Camera • 2.5mm Lens with 360-Degree Articulating Lens Casing for Image Orientation • IP68 Rated Waterproof Interior/Exterior Camera • 1080P HD • 3 Megapixels • Noise-Gated Microphone • Vandal-Resistant Casing • Scratch-Resistant, Anti-Glare Glass Lens Cover • Infrared 1HD12CBL 39.37 ft. HD Camera Cable 15 of 24Page 141 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1CP4 Vulcan Series Touchscreen Backing & Firmware Control Monitor with Bracket *Required for programming Vulcan MDVR and HCNVR systems 1RAMDIAMT RAM Diamond Mount 1RAMLGARM RAM Long Arm 1RAMSHSD RAM Short Stud 1/4-20 1TRIMDANT Tri-Mode Roof-Mounted Antenna • Wi-Fi, Cellular and Passive GPS Antenna • Roof-Mounted 1 $3,750.00 $3,750.00PRO8CMSLCFEE-5 Pro 8 Central Management System Annual Licensing Fee • Annual License Fee Per Year (151-250 Vehicles) 1 $4,800.00 $4,800.00HOSTEDSERVER Hosted Server - 1 year pricing 16 of 24Page 142 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 117 $600.00 $70,200.00HOSTEDVIDEO Hosted Video - Managed Video Platform with MotoTrax/Customer Provided AT&T Data Plan • Annual Charge per Vehicle Includes MotoTrax Setup per Vehicle MotoTrax Home MotoTrax My Fleet MotoTrax EH MotoTrax LT MotoTrax LV MotoTrax DB MotoTrax RFID 117 $0.00 $0.00 MOTOTRAX INCLUDED WITH PURCHASE OF HOSTED VIDEO W/CUSTOMER PROVIDED AT&T DATA PLAN 1MotoTrax-SETUP MotoTrax Online Surveillance Management Software • Track Your Entire Fleet • Instant Event Notifications • View Live Camera Feeds • Simple, Logical User Interface • Create Custom Reports • Import/Export Data •($25.00 Initial Setup Fee per Vehicle) 1MotoTrax-Home MotoTrax Home • View an Overview of Your Fleet's MDVR/MNVR System Health Events & Alerts 1MotoTrax-My Fleet MotoTrax My Fleet • Monitor Each Onboard MDVR/MNVR System's Connection & On/Off Status • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-EH MotoTrax Event History • Monitor Vehicle Status • Monitor On-Board MDVR/MNVR System Health • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-LT MotoTrax Live Tracking • Track Your Entire Fleet • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-LV MotoTrax Live View • Stream Live Video From Your Fleet • Remote System Setup 17 of 24Page 143 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1MotoTrax-DB MotoTrax Driver Behavior • Monitor Driver Actions Indicating Aggressive or Distracted Driving • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-RFID MotoTrax Radio Frequency Identification Tracking • Monitor RFID Card Check-ins 117 $0.00 $0.00SMVULRFID RFID Card Reader (Small) for Vulcan Series MDVRs and HCNVRs 2,500 $0.00 $0.00RFIDCARD RFID Card Compatible with VULRFID and SMVULRFID RFID Card Readers • Includes Setup of User ID per Client's Specifications 1 $2,500.00 $2,500.00CERTIFY One Full Day of Certification by AngelTrax Factory Trained Technician 1 $500.00 $500.00CERTIFY 2 An Additional Full Day of Certification by AngelTrax Factory Trained Technician 117 $158.00 $18,486.00PMCONTRACT Preventative maintenance of AngelTrax systems and components. Includes parts and labor for a one-time Fleet Assessment by one or more engineers to update units and repair/replace worn warrantied parts at the same time and location. This quote does not include the cost of non-warranty parts or un-installing/re-installing complete systems. NOTICE: THIS PM CONTRACT WILL AUTOMATICALLY RENEW ANNUALLY UNLESS ANGELTRAX RECEIVES NOTICE IN WRITING AT LEAST 30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE PM CONTRACT RENEWAL DATE, WHICH IS THE DATE OF THE INVOICE FOR THE PM CONTRACT. 18 of 24Page 144 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 117 $100.00 $11,700.00CONTLABOR-Wireless Contract Labor for Configuration of Wireless Components • Configuration of AngelTrax wireless components purchased for use with Vulcan Series MDVR/HCNVR systems • NOTE: Wireless components must be configured by a Certified AngelTrax IT Professional. • Price is per system. • Price is determined by type of wireless service (cellular or Wi-Fi) and software/tracking system purchased. • This quote does not include charges for the removal of any existing camera systems or equipment. • *If quote is for multiple systems, pricing is based upon the configuration of (# of systems) AngelTrax Wireless Components at the same time and location. Cellular • Contact cellular carrier to activate service to Vulcan component(s). • Program unit to connect to PRO8CMS or MotoTrax. • Set up each unit’s ID and assigned bus number to be recognized in PRO8CMS or MotoTrax. • Program unit to connect with customer’s server or AngelTrax server. Wi-Fi • Contact customer’s IT department for customer’s Wi-Fi login at vehicle parking facility. • Program unit to connect to PRO8CMS or MotoTrax per customer’s requirements: scheduled downloads or downloads upon connection to customer’s Wi-Fi access point. • Set up each unit’s ID and assigned bus number to be recognized in PRO8CMS or MotoTrax. 11 $50.00 $550.00CONTLABOR Un-Installation of Camera System, per system. *If quote is for multiple cameras/systems, un-installation price is based upon the un-installation of the total quantity quoted at the same time and location. 14 $650.00 $9,100.00CONTLABOR Installation of AngelTrax 6 Camera System, per system. This quote does not include the upcharge for removal of any existing Camera Systems or equipment. *If quote is for multiple cameras/systems, installation price is based upon the installation of the total quantity quoted at the same time and location. 37 $595.00 $22,015.00CONTLABOR Installation of AngelTrax 5 Camera System, per system. This quote does not include the upcharge for removal of any existing Camera Systems or equipment. *If quote is for multiple cameras/systems, installation price is based upon the installation of the total quantity quoted at the same time and location. 66 $450.00 $29,700.00CONTLABOR Installation of AngelTrax 3 Camera System, per system. This quote does not include the upcharge for removal of any existing Camera Systems or equipment. *If quote is for multiple cameras/systems, installation price is based upon the installation of the total quantity quoted at the same time and location. 1 $0.00 $0.00BIDPRICING RFP #19-092 Fleet Video System 19 of 24Page 145 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1 $0.00 $0.00SHIPPING/HANDLING Shipping and Handling Charges * Optional items are not included in the calculation.* $349,741.82 TOTAL QUOTED PRODUCTS - OPTIONAL ITEMS NOTE: OPTIONAL ITEMS BELOW ARE NOT INCLUDED IN TOTAL PRICING ABOVE. QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 106 $50.00 $5,300.00CONTLABOR Un-Installation of Camera System, per system. *If quote is for multiple cameras/systems, un-installation price is based upon the un-installation of the total quantity quoted at the same time and location. (Optional) OPTIONAL YEAR 2 COSTS 1 $3,750.00 $3,750.00PRO8CMSLCFEE-5 YEAR 2 Pro 8 Central Management System Annual Licensing Fee • Annual License Fee Per Year (151-250 Vehicles) (Optional) 1 $4,800.00 $4,800.00HOSTEDSERVER YEAR 2 Hosted Server - 1 year pricing (Optional) 117 $600.00 $70,200.00HOSTEDVIDEO YEAR 2 Hosted Video - Managed Video Platform Includes MotoTrax Setup per Vehicle MotoTrax Home MotoTrax My Fleet MotoTrax EH MotoTrax LT MotoTrax LV MotoTrax DB MotoTrax RFID (Optional) 117 $0.00 $0.00 MOTOTRAX INCLUDED WITH PURCHASE OF HOSTED VIDEO W/CUSTOMER PROVIDED AT&T DATA PLAN (Optional) 20 of 24Page 146 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1MotoTrax-Home YEAR 2 MotoTrax Home • View an Overview of Your Fleet's MDVR/MNVR System Health Events & Alerts 1MotoTrax-My Fleet YEAR 2 MotoTrax My Fleet • Monitor Each Onboard MDVR/MNVR System's Connection & On/Off Status • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-EH YEAR 2 MotoTrax Event History • Monitor Vehicle Status • Monitor On-Board MDVR/MNVR System Health • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-LT YEAR 2 MotoTrax Live Tracking • Track Your Entire Fleet • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-LV YEAR 2 MotoTrax Live View • Stream Live Video From Your Fleet • Remote System Setup 1MotoTrax-DB YEAR 2 MotoTrax Driver Behavior • Monitor Driver Actions Indicating Aggressive or Distracted Driving • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-RFID YEAR 2 MotoTrax Radio Frequency Identification Tracking • Monitor RFID Card Check-ins 117 $158.00 $18,486.00PMCONTRACT YEAR 2 Preventative maintenance of AngelTrax systems and components. Includes parts and labor for a one-time Fleet Assessment by one or more engineers to update units and repair/replace worn warrantied parts at the same time and location. This quote does not include the cost of non-warranty parts or un-installing/re-installing complete systems. NOTICE: THIS PM CONTRACT WILL AUTOMATICALLY RENEW ANNUALLY UNLESS ANGELTRAX RECEIVES NOTICE IN WRITING AT LEAST 30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE PM CONTRACT RENEWAL DATE, WHICH IS THE DATE OF THE INVOICE FOR THE PM CONTRACT. (Optional) 21 of 24Page 147 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION OPTIONAL YEAR 3 COSTS 1 $3,750.00 $3,750.00PRO8CMSLCFEE-5 YEAR 3 Pro 8 Central Management System Annual Licensing Fee • Annual License Fee Per Year (151-250 Vehicles) (Optional) 1 $4,800.00 $4,800.00HOSTEDSERVER YEAR 3 Hosted Server - 1 year pricing (Optional) 117 $600.00 $70,200.00HOSTEDVIDEO YEAR 3 Hosted Video - Managed Video Platform Includes MotoTrax Setup per Vehicle MotoTrax Home MotoTrax My Fleet MotoTrax EH MotoTrax LT MotoTrax LV MotoTrax DB MotoTrax RFID (Optional) 117 $0.00 $0.00 MOTOTRAX INCLUDED WITH PURCHASE OF HOSTED VIDEO W/CUSTOMER PROVIDED AT&T DATA PLAN (Optional) 1MotoTrax-Home YEAR 3 MotoTrax Home • View an Overview of Your Fleet's MDVR/MNVR System Health Events & Alerts 1MotoTrax-My Fleet YEAR 3 MotoTrax My Fleet • Monitor Each Onboard MDVR/MNVR System's Connection & On/Off Status • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-EH YEAR 3 MotoTrax Event History • Monitor Vehicle Status • Monitor On-Board MDVR/MNVR System Health • Create Custom Reports 22 of 24Page 148 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION 1MotoTrax-LT YEAR 3 MotoTrax Live Tracking • Track Your Entire Fleet • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-LV YEAR 3 MotoTrax Live View • Stream Live Video From Your Fleet • Remote System Setup 1MotoTrax-DB YEAR 3 MotoTrax Driver Behavior • Monitor Driver Actions Indicating Aggressive or Distracted Driving • Create Custom Reports 1MotoTrax-RFID YEAR 3 MotoTrax Radio Frequency Identification Tracking • Monitor RFID Card Check-ins 117 $158.00 $18,486.00PMCONTRACT YEAR 3 Preventative maintenance of AngelTrax systems and components. Includes parts and labor for a one-time Fleet Assessment by one or more engineers to update units and repair/replace worn warrantied parts at the same time and location. This quote does not include the cost of non-warranty parts or un-installing/re-installing complete systems. NOTICE: THIS PM CONTRACT WILL AUTOMATICALLY RENEW ANNUALLY UNLESS ANGELTRAX RECEIVES NOTICE IN WRITING AT LEAST 30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE PM CONTRACT RENEWAL DATE, WHICH IS THE DATE OF THE INVOICE FOR THE PM CONTRACT. (Optional) OPTIONAL RFID Readers/Cards **RFID READER quantity based on Agency desired need (Quantity to be determined by Agency) **RFID CARD quantity based on Agency desired need (Quantity to be determined by Agency) 1 $132.56 $132.56SMVULRFID RFID Card Reader (Small) for Vulcan Series MDVRs and HCNVRs (Optional) 1 $8.00 $8.00RFIDCARD RFID Card Compatible with VULRFID and SMVULRFID RFID Card Readers • Includes Setup of User ID per Client's Specifications (Optional) 23 of 24Page 149 of 323 QUOTED PRODUCTS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICEMODEL & DESCRIPTION OPTIONAL Download Requested Video **Quantity based on Agency desired need (Quantity to be determined by Agency) 1 $250.00 $250.00DOWNLOADVIDEO Download of Requested Video from Hosted Review **cost based on per vehicle per incident RECOMMENDED TO PULL VIDEO, WHICH IS AT NO CHARGE (Optional) Signed and endorsed by: Printed Name CORPORATE & FREIGHT POLICIES The information in this document is to be held confidential by the receiving party. Disclosure of this information is permitted only to persons with the need to know the information for the intended purpose of this document, for the sole and exclusive benefit of the disclosing party. Specifications and prices are subject to change without notice. Please allow three to four weeks for delivery on special order items. Net 30 days from date of invoice to approved accounts. A handling fee is charged for customers who request third party billing freight. Items will be shipped UPS or FedEx, ground delivery, unless otherwise requested. No returns will be accepted after 30 days from invoice date. A 15% restocking fee will be added to all returned items. All items returned will be subject to inspection by IVS, Inc. Items deemed used or "B" goods will be returned to customer freight collect. This price quote is good for 90 days or for the agreed upon contract date; after which, products and pricing are subject to change. The customer will be responsible for all applicable taxes. Warranty Notice: Technical support, warranty parts and services are contingent on your account being current and up to date. License Notice: All AngelTrax and VizuCop software is used by license agreement only and is not for sale. "Title/Ownership" of any item described in the quote or invoice does not pass to purchaser until such time as the invoice is paid in full. Seller has no duty to provide back office software support, warranty support or any monitoring for any item described in the unpaid invoice. Seller has the right to immediate possession of all items not paid for. Purchaser agrees to deliver to seller each item described in the invoice upon demand of seller at purchaser’s expense. Delivery of the product described in the invoice shall not in any way terminate purchaser’s obligation to pay for products ordered by purchaser and delivered to purchaser by seller. By accepting the product described on the invoice, buyer agrees that, should civil litigation arise due to non-payment, buyer expressly consents to jurisdiction in the State of Alabama and venue in Houston County, Alabama. If this quote is for a bid, the terms and conditions of the bid shall take the place of any applicable terms, conditions and disclaimers included in this quote. TITLE & OWNERSHIP POLICY BID TERMS & CONDITIONS 24 of 24Page 150 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 24 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 Exhibit B Payment Terms Payment is a fixed fee in the amount listed in Article II of this Contract. This amount shall be payable by the City pursuant to the schedule listed below and upon completion of the work and written acceptance by the City. Schedule of Payment for each phase: Payment Milestones Payment Amount 1. Public Works and Fire Departments Phase. • Public Works Department - 25 Vehicles with 5 Camera System and 8 Vehicles with 6 Camera System • Fire Departments - 4 Vehicles with 3 Camera System, 12 Vehicles with 5 Camera System and 6 Vehicles with 6 Camera System a. Notice to Proceed and Shipment of Products $65,384.58 b. Removal of current Solid Waste cameras $550.00 c. Implementation complete and Accepted by the City $65,384.58 d. Software Licensing, Hosted Server, Hosted Video and Annual Preventative Maintenance $45,965.00 2. Water and Electric Departments Phase • Water Department – 32 Vehicles with 3 Camera System • Electric Department – 30 Vehicles with 3 Camera System a. Notice to Proceed and Shipment of Products $60,593.33 b. Implementation Complete and Accepted by the City $60,593.33 c. Software Licensing, Hosted Server, Hosted Video and Annual Preventative Maintenance $51,271.00 Total $349,741.82 Page 151 of 323 Contract No. 20300303 AngelTrax Technology Services Contract Page 25 of 25 CRC 4-14-2021 Exhibit C Certificates of Insurance Page 152 of 323 SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. INSURER(S) AFFORDING COVERAGE INSURER F : INSURER E : INSURER D : INSURER C : INSURER B : INSURER A : NAIC # NAME:CONTACT (A/C, No):FAX E-MAILADDRESS: PRODUCER (A/C, No, Ext):PHONE INSURED REVISION NUMBER:CERTIFICATE NUMBER:COVERAGES IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the policy(ies) must have ADDITIONAL INSURED provisions or be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. OTHER: (Per accident) (Ea accident) $ $ N / A SUBR WVD ADDL INSD THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. $ $ $ $PROPERTY DAMAGE BODILY INJURY (Per accident) BODILY INJURY (Per person) COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT AUTOS ONLY AUTOSAUTOS ONLY NON-OWNED SCHEDULEDOWNED ANY AUTO AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Y / N WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? (Mandatory in NH) DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below If yes, describe under ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE $ $ $ E.L. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT E.L. DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE E.L. EACH ACCIDENT EROTH-STATUTEPER LIMITS(MM/DD/YYYY)POLICY EXP(MM/DD/YYYY)POLICY EFFPOLICY NUMBERTYPE OF INSURANCELTRINSR DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS / LOCATIONS / VEHICLES (ACORD 101, Additional Remarks Schedule, may be attached if more space is required) EXCESS LIAB UMBRELLA LIAB $EACH OCCURRENCE $AGGREGATE $ OCCUR CLAIMS-MADE DED RETENTION $ $PRODUCTS - COMP/OP AGG $GENERAL AGGREGATE $PERSONAL & ADV INJURY $MED EXP (Any one person) $EACH OCCURRENCE DAMAGE TO RENTED $PREMISES (Ea occurrence) COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CLAIMS-MADE OCCUR GEN'L AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: POLICY PRO-JECT LOC CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE (MM/DD/YYYY) CANCELLATION AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE ACORD 25 (2016/03) © 1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. CERTIFICATE HOLDER The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD HIRED AUTOS ONLY 6/1/2021 Flowers Insurance Agency LLC PO Box 368 Dothan AL 36302 Jenny Jordan 334-350-5480 334-350-5439 Travelers Property &Casualty 27998 IVSANGE-01 ARCH Insurance CompanyIVS,Inc.dba AngelTrax 119 S Woodburn Drive Dothan AL 36305 1846370486 A X 1,000,000 X 300,000 10,000 1,000,000 2,000,000 Y Y ZLP-71M7281A-21-I5 1/25/2021 1/25/2022 2,000,000 A 1,000,000 X X X Y Y BA-3L171548-21-15-G 1/25/2021 1/25/2022 A X 10,000,000YCUP-8L683531-21-15 1/25/2021Y 1/25/2022 X 10,000 A XYUB-0K152011 2/23/2021 2/23/2022 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 A A B Cyber/Prof Liab Crime/ERISA EPLI ZPL-15T25780-21-15 107037139 PCD1003697-00 1/25/2021 1/25/2019 3/10/2021 1/25/2022 1/25/2022 3/10/2022 Per Occ Limit Limit Limit 5,000,000 350,000 2,000,000 Certificate holder is additional insured on the above policies if required per a written contract.Waiver of subrogation applies in favor of certificate holder as required per a written contract.All insurance is primary and non contributory The City of College Station,its officials,agents,employees and volunteers are additional insured on the above general liability and auto liability policies as required per a written contract,and a waiver of subrogation applies in favor of same.All insurance is primary and non contributory.30 day notice of cancellation notice shall apply.Endorsements attached for review.State of Texas is covered on the above workers'compensation and see attached section 3A of the policy indicating same. City of College Station ATTN:Risk Management PO Box 9960 College Station TX 77842 Page 153 of 323 Page 154 of 323 Page 155 of 323 Page 156 of 323 Page 157 of 323 Page 158 of 323 Page 159 of 323 Page 160 of 323 Page 161 of 323 Page 162 of 323 Page 163 of 323 Page 164 of 323 Page 165 of 323 Page 166 of 323 Page 167 of 323 Page 168 of 323 Page 169 of 323 Page 170 of 323 Page 171 of 323 Page 172 of 323 Page 173 of 323 Page 174 of 323 Page 175 of 323 Page 176 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 8.4. Purchase of New City Hall Hardware and Installation of Hardware. Sponsor:Sam Rivera Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a service contract to purchase and install network hardware for the new City Hall from the Personal Computer Store dba Avinext not-to-exceed $256,788. Relationship to Strategic Goals: - Financial Sustainability Recommendation(s): Staff respectfully recommends approval to the General Service Contract with The Personal Computer Store dba Avinext. Summary: The Personal Computer dba Avinext is a DIR contractor for the sale of computer equipment and services. DIR is a purchasing cooperative for public agencies. All products and services available for purchase through DIR contracts have been competitively bid and awarded and satisfy any State law requirements relating to competitive bid or proposals. Budget & Financial Summary: Funds are available and budgeted in the New City Hall project. Attachments: 1.21300561 - BW Page 177 of 323 CONTRACT & AGREEMENT ROUTING FORM 32411672 HH2912CONTRACT#: _______ PROJECT#: _________ BID/RFP/RFQ#: _______ QvsdibtfpgIbsexbsfxjuiJotubmmbujpogpsuifProjectName / Contract Description: _____________________________________________________ OfxDjuzIbmm)EJS.UTP.5271* UifQfstpobmDpnqvufsTupsf-Jod/ecbBwjofyuNameofContractor: ____________________________________________________________ 367-899/11 oCONTRACTTOTALVALUE:$ _________________ Grant Funded Yes No Ifyes, what isthegrant number: Debarment Check Yes No N/A Davis Bacon Wages Used Yes No N/Aoo Section 3Plan Incl. Yes No N/A Buy America Required Yes No N/Aoo Transparency Report Yes No N/Ao NEW CONTRACT RENEWAL # _____ CHANGE ORDER # _____ OTHER ______________ BUDGETARY AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION (Include number ofbids solicited, number ofbids received, funding source, budget vs. actual cost, summary tabulation) UijtxjmmcfxjmmcfgvoefejouifqspkfdugpsDjuzIbmm)HH2912*UifDjuzxjmmcfvtjohEJSDpousbdu$EJS.UTP.5271gpsuifqvsdibtfboejotubmmbujpopg ofuxpslibsexbsfgpsuifofxDjuzIbmm/ Ifrequired)* O0B7035032CRCApprovalDate*:__________ Council Approval Date*: ____________ Agenda Item No*: ______ Section tobecompleted byRisk, Purchasing orCity Secretary’sOffice Only— CXCXInsuranceCertificates: ______ Performance Bond: ________ Payment Bond: ________ InfoTech: _______ SIGNATURES RECOMMENDING APPROVAL DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR/ADMINISTERING CONTRACT DATE LEGAL DEPARTMENT DATE ASST CITY MGR – CFO DATE APPROVED & EXECUTED CITY MANAGER DATE O0B MAYOR (ifapplicable) DATE O0B CITY SECRETARY (ifapplicable) DATE Page 178 of 323 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION GENERAL SERVICE CONTRACT This General Service Contract is by and between the City of College Station, a Texas Home-Rule Municipal Corporation (the and The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext (the purchase and installation of hardware at City Hall as described in the Scope of Services attached as ARTICLE I PAYMENT AND TERM 1.01 Consideration. In consideration for the services performed in the Scope of Services and work in conformity with this Contract, the City shall pay the Contractor 00anamountnottoexceed ________________________________________________ and ____/100TwoHundredFifty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty-Eight Dollars ($___________). 256,788.00 1.02 Payment Application. Within seven (7) calendar days of completion of the services the Contractor will submit its payment application to the City. 1.03 . The City will pay Contractor as shown in Payment Schedule, for the services performed no later than thirty (30) calendar days from the 1.04 Time is of the Essence. The Contractor must complete all the services described in the5 Scope of Services by the following dates: _________________________________________. 2 weeks after all hardware has been receieved and owner responsibilities (i.e. 'Assumptions') as detailed in the scope of work are met. OR 1.04 Term. The initial term of the Contract is for one (1) year with the option to renew for two 2) additional one (1) year terms for atotal of three (3) years. Any renewal must be in writing and executed by the parties. 1.05 Executed Contract. commence until this Contract is fully executed and all exhibits and other attachments are completely executed and attached to the Contract. ARTICLE II CHANGE ORDERS 2.01 Changes will not be made, nor will invoices for changes, alterations, modifications, deviations, or extra work or services be recognized or paid, except upon the prior written order from authorized personnel of the City. The Contractor will not execute change orders on behalf of the City or otherwise alter the financial scope of the services except in the event of a duly authorized change order approved by the City as provided in this Contract. 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page | 1 Page 179 of 323 a) City Manager Approval. When the original Contract amount plus all change orders is $100,000 or less, the City Manager or his designee may approve the written change order provided the change order does not increase the total amount set forth in the Contract to more than $100,000. For such contracts, when a change order results in a total contract amount that exceeds $100,000, the City Council of the City must approve such change order prior to commencement of the services or work; and b) City Council Approval. When the original contract amount plus all change orders is greater than $100,000, the City Manager or his designee may approve the written change order provided the change order does not exceed $50,000. For such contracts, when a change order exceeds $50,000, the City Council of the City must approve such change order prior to commencement of the services or work. The sum of all change orders may not exceed 25% of the original contract amount. c) Increase in Scope. Any request by the Contractor for an increase in the Scope of Services and an increase in the amount named in Article II of this Contract shall be made and approved by the City prior to the Contractor providing such services or the right to payment for such additional services shall be waived. d) Dispute. If there is a dispute between the Contractor and the City respecting any service provided or to be provided hereunder by the Contractor, including a dispute as to whether such service is additional to the Scope of Services included in this Contract, the Contractor agrees to continue providing on a timely basis all services to be provided by the Contractor hereunder, including any service as to which there is a dispute. ARTICLE III INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTORS 3.01 Independent Contractor. It is understood and agreed by the parties that the Contractor is an independent contractor retained for the services described in the Scope of Services. The City will not control the manner or the means of the Contractor's performance, but shall be entitled to awork product as in the Scope of Services. The City will not be responsible for reporting or paying employment taxes or other similar levies that may be required by the United States Internal Revenue Service or other State or Federal agencies. This Contract does not create a joint venture. 3.02 Subcontractor. The term "subcontractor" shall mean and include only those hired by and having a direct contact with Contractor for performance of work on the Project. The City shall have no responsibility to any subcontractor employed by a Contractor for performance of work on the Project, and all subcontractors shall look exclusively to the Contractor for any payments due. The Contractor shall be fully responsible to the City for the acts and omissions of its subcontractors. Nothing contained herein shall create any contractual or employment relations between any subcontractor and the City. 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page | 2 Page 180 of 323 ARTICLE IV INSURANCE 4.01 The Contractor shall procure and maintain, at its sole cost and expense for the duration of this Contract, insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property that may arise from or in connection with the performance of the services performed by the Contractor, its officers, agents, volunteers, and employees. 4.02 The Contractors insurance shall list the City of College Station, its officers, agents, volunteers, and employees as additional insureds. The Required Limits of Insurance are as set forth below. Certificates of insurance evidencing the required insurance policies are attached inExhibit C. During the term of this Contract minimum requirements of this section: 4.03 Types. Contractor shall have the following types of insurance: a) Commercial General Liability; b) Business Automobile Liability; and c) Workers' Compensation. 4.04 General Requirements Applicable to All Policies. The following General requirements applicable to all policies: a) Certificates of Insurance shall be prepared and executed by the insurance company or its authorized agent. b) Certificates of Insurance and endorsements shall be furnished on the most current State of Texas Department of Insurance- Representative at the time of execution of this Contract; shall be attached to this Contract as Exhibit C; and shall be approved by the City before work begins. c) Contractor shall be responsible for all deductibles on any policies obtained in compliance with this Contract. Deductibles shall be named on the Certificate of Insurance and are acceptable on a per-occurrence basis only. d) The City will accept only Insurance Carriers licensed and authorized to do business in the State of Texas. e) . f) Coverage shall not be suspended, canceled, non-renewed or reduced in limits of liability before thirty (30) days written notice has been given to the City. 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page | 3 Page 181 of 323 4.05 Commercial General Liability. The following Commercial general Liability requirements shall apply: a) tter under the current A. M. Best Key Rating Guide. b) Policies shall contain an endorsement naming the City as Additional Insured and insurance or any insurance the City may have or obtain. c) Limits of liability must be equal to or greater than $500,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage, with an annual aggregate limit of 1,000,000.00. Limits shall be endorsed to be per project. d) No coverage shall be excluded from the standard policy without notification of e) The coverage shall include, but not be limited to the following: premises/operations with separate aggregate; independent contracts; products/completed operations; contractual liability (insuring the indemnity provided herein) Host Liquor Liability, and Personal & Advertising Liability. 4.06 Business Automobile Liability. The following Business Automobile Liability requirements shall apply: a) or better rating under the current A. M. Best Key Rating Guide. b) Policies shall contain an endorsement naming the City as Additional Insured and insurance or any insurance the City may have or obtain. c) Combined Single Limit of Liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. d) The Business Auto Policy must show Symbol 1 in the Covered Autos Portion of the liability section in Item 2of the declarations page. e) The coverage shall include any autos, owned autos, leased or rented autos, non- owned autos, and hired autos. 4.07 Insurance. Workers Compensation insurance shall include the following terms: a) liability not less than $500,000 for each accident/each disease/each employee are required. b) shall be included in this policy. 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page | 4 Page 182 of 323 c) ion coverage or Item named in Item 3A and the ARTICLE V INDEMNIFICATION AND RELEASE 5.01 Indemnification. The Contractor shall indemnify, hold harmless, and defend the City, its officers, agents, volunteers, and employees from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, causes of action, suits, and liability of every kind, including all expenses of litigation, court costs, and attorneys fees, for injury to or death of any person or for damage to any property arising out of the work done by the Contractor under this Contract pursuant Such indemnity shall apply regardless of whether the claims, losses, damages, causes of action, suits, or liability arise in whole or in part from the negligence of the City (or any other party indemnified hereunder or any third party) in relation to the hiring of Contractor. There shall be no additional indemnification other than as set forth in this section. All other provisions regarding the same subject matter shall be declared void and of no effect. 5.02 Release. The Contractor assumes full responsibility for the work to be performed hereunder and hereby releases, relinquishes, and discharges the City, its officers, agents, volunteers, and employees from all claims, demands, and causes of action of every kind and character, including the cost of defense thereof, for any injury to or death of any person and any loss of or damage to any property that is caused by, alleged to be caused by, or arising out of the Contractor'swork to be performed hereunder pursuant to the Scope of Services This release shall apply regardless of whether said claims, demands, and causes of action are covered in whole or in part by insurance and regardless of whether such injury, death, loss, or damage was caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the City, any other party released hereunder, the Contractor, or any third party. There shall be no additional release or hold harmless provisions other than as set forth in this section. All other provisions regarding the same subject matter shall be declared void and of no effect. ARTICLE VI GENERAL TERMS 6.01 Performance. Contractor, its employees, associates, or subcontractors shall perform all the services described in the Scope of Services in a professional manner and be fully qualified and competent to perform those services. Contractor shall undertake the work and complete it in atimely manner. 6.02 Termination. The City may terminate the Project and this Contract, at any time,for convenience. In the event of such termination the City will notify the Contractor in writing and the Contractor shall cease work immediately. Contractor shall be compensated for the services 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page | 5 Page 183 of 323 performed. Should the City terminate this Contract for convenience, the City shall pay Contractor for the services performed and expenses incurred before the date of termination. 6.03 Venue. This Contract has been made under and shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas. The parties agree that performance and all matters related thereto shall be in Brazos County, Texas. 6.04 Amendment. This Contract may only be amended by written instrument approved and executed by the parties. 6.05 Taxes. The City is exempt from payment of state and local sales and use taxes on labor and materials incorporated into the project. If necessary, it is the Contractor's responsibility to obtain a sales tax permit, resale certificate, and exemption certificate that shall enable the Contractor to buy any materials to be incorporated into the project and then resell the aforementioned materials to the City without paying the tax on the materials at the time of purchase. 6.06 Compliance with Laws. The Contractor will comply with all applicable federal, state, and local statutes, regulations, ordinances, and other laws, including but not limited to the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). The Contractor may not knowingly obtain the labor or services of an undocumented worker. The Contractor, not the City, must verify eligibility for employment as required by IRCA. 6.07 Waiver of Terms. No waiver or deferral by either party of any term or condition of this Contract shall be deemed or construed to be a waiver or deferral of any other term or condition or subsequent waiver or deferral of the same term or condition. 6.08 Assignment. This Contract and the rights and obligations contained herein may not be assigned by the Contractor without the prior written approval of City. 6.09 Invalid Provisions. If any provision of this Contract shall be held to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall continue to be valid and enforceable. If a court of competent jurisdiction finds that any provision of this Contract is invalid or unenforceable, but that by limiting such provision it may become valid and enforceable, then such provision shall be deemed to be written, construed, and enforced as so limited. 6.10 Entire Contract. This Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the City and Contractor and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations, or agreements, either written or oral. This Contract may only be amended by written instrument approved and executed by the parties. Contractor and City agree and understand that City is apolitical subdivision of the State of Texas, and as such is subject to certain laws that may conflict with some or all of the documents provided by Contractor as presented and/or as modified, including exhibits hereto. In such event, the applicable law shall apply and the terms of this document shall prevail and not any exhibits provided by Contractor. In the event of a conflict between the terms and conditions of this Agreement with 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page | 6 Page 184 of 323 one or more of the terms and conditions of the exhibits hereto, the provisions of this Agreement and not the conflicting exhibit shall prevail. It is expressly understood and agreed that no other consideration is being provided by City to Contractor other than the monetary amount referenced elsewhere in this Agreement in conjunction with any schedules attached hereto; that there shall be no waivers of immunity, no limitations of remedies, and no modifications of the terms of the Contract other than as allowed in the section setting forth how this Agreement may be modified or otherwise amended or changed. 6.11 Agree to Terms. The parties state that they have read the terms and conditions of this Contract and agree to the terms and conditions contained in this Contract. 6.12 Effective Date. This Contract goes into effect when duly approved by all the parties hereto. 6.13 Notice. City of College Station The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext John CrockettDanMerkelAttn: _______________ Attn: ___________________ 1400 University Drive EastPOBOX9960 _______________________ College Station, TX 778401101TexasAve _______________________ crockett@avinext.comCollegeStation, TX 77842 _______________________ dmerkel @cstx.gov 6.16 Exhibits. 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page | 7 Page 185 of 323 List of Exhibits A. Scope of Services B. Payment Schedule C. Certificates of Insurance THE PERSONAL COMPUTER STORE, CITY OF COLLEGE STATION INC. dba AVINEXT By: By: City Manager Printed Name: Date: Title: APPROVED: Date: City Attorney Date: Assistant City Manager/CFO Date: 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page | 8 Page 186 of 323 EXHIBIT A SCOPE OF SERVICES The terms and conditions of this Contract shall take precedence and control over any term or provision of the Scope of Services that in any way conflicts with, differs from, or attempts to alter the terms of this Contract. See Attached Scope of Work. 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page 187 of 323 Page 188 of 323 EXHIBIT B PAYMENT SCHEDULE The Contractor must submitmonthly invoices to the City, accompanied by an explanation of charges, fees, services, and expenses. The City will pay such invoices in compliance with the Texas Prompt Payment Act. OR- Payment is a fixed fee in the amount named in Article I of this Contract. This amount shall be5 payable by the City pursuant to the schedule named below and upon completion of the services and written acceptance by the City. Schedule of Payment for each phase: See attached quotes for the New City Hall Hardware and Installation 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page 189 of 323 Page 190 of 323 Page 191 of 323 Page 192 of 323 EXHIBIT C CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE 32411672ContractNo.____________ General Service Contract The Personal Computer Store, Inc. dba Avinext Form 06-16-2020 Page 193 of 323 Page 194 of 323 Page 195 of 323 Page 196 of 323 Page 197 of 323 Page 198 of 323 Page 199 of 323 Page 200 of 323 Page 201 of 323 Page 202 of 323 Page 203 of 323 Page 204 of 323 Page 205 of 323 Page 206 of 323 Page 207 of 323 Page 208 of 323 Page 209 of 323 Page 210 of 323 Page 211 of 323 Page 212 of 323 Page 213 of 323 Page 214 of 323 Page 215 of 323 Page 216 of 323 Page 217 of 323 Page 218 of 323 Page 219 of 323 Page 220 of 323 Page 221 of 323 Page 222 of 323 Page 223 of 323 Page 224 of 323 Page 225 of 323 Page 226 of 323 Page 227 of 323 Page 228 of 323 Page 229 of 323 Page 230 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 8.5. Holleman Drive W at Jones Butler Rd Roundabout Design Sponsor:Emily Fisher, Assistant Director of Public Works Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding approval of a professional services contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates for the Holleman Drive West at Jones Butler Road roundabout project in the amount of $201,900 and a Resolution Declaring Intention to Reimburse Certain Expenditures with Proceeds from Debt. Relationship to Strategic Goals: 1. Core Services and Infrastructure 2. Improving Mobility Recommendation(s): Staff recommends approval. Summary: This project includes the construction of a new roundabout at the intersection of Holleman Drive West and Jones Butler Street. During a 2016 analysis, College Station Traffic Engineering found that this intersection meets traffic signal warrants within the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. The intersection ranks 6th out of 14 intersections that meet at least one warrant, and this intersection is ranked 2nd for streets maintained only by the City of College Station (i.e. non-TxDOT roads). Traffic engineering recommends the construction of a roundabout instead of a traffic signal at this location in order to obtain the same mobility benefits without the continuing maintenance costs of a traffic signal. Budget & Financial Summary: Budget in the amount of $605,000 is included for this project in the Streets Capital Improvement Projects Fund. A total of $1,335 has been expended or committed to date, leaving a balance of $603,665 for this design contract and future construction. The “Resolution Declaring Intention to Reimburse Certain Expenditures with Proceeds from Debt” is necessary for this project because all of the long-term debt projected to be issued for this project has not yet been issued. The debt for the project is scheduled to be issued at a later date. Attachments: 1.Project Location Map 2.ST2102 DRR (6-24-2021) 3.20210421_HollemanandJonesandButlerRoundaboutExhibitAandB Page 231 of 323 UNNAMEDTRIBUTARYTOBEECREEKTRIBUTARYB PUBLIC ALLEYPUBLICALLEYWOODSMANDRIVESIENNADRIVEWOODWAY DRIVEGRIDIRONDRIVEM A R IO N P U G H D R IV E HOLLEMANDRIVEWESTJONES-BUTLER ROADAABBCCDDEE5544332211W E L L B O R N R O A D JONES-BUTLERROADLUTHER STREET WESTLegendStreetsFunctional ClassificationMAJOR COLLECTORLOCAL STREETALLEYACCESS ROADSRiversWater FeaturesProject Location MapHolleman Drive W at Jones Butler Rd Roundabout±±Created: 5/17/20210 300 600 900 1,200 1,50075 150 225FeetFeetOverview MapDISCLAIMER: This product is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or besuitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground surveyand represents only the approximate relative location of property boundaries. No warranty is made bythe City of College Station regarding specific accuracy or completeness.Page 232 of 323 RESOLUTION NO. _________________ RESOLUTION DECLARING INTENTION TO REIMBURSE CERTAIN EXPENDITURES WITH PROCEEDS FROM DEBT WHEREAS, the City of College Station, Texas (the "City") is a home-rule municipality and political subdivision of the State of Texas; WHEREAS, the City expects to pay expenditures in connection with the design, planning, acquisition and construction of the projects described on Exhibit "A" hereto (collectively, the "Project") prior to the issuance of obligations by the City in connection with the financing of the Project from available funds; WHEREAS, the City finds, considers, and declares that the reimbursement of the City for the payment of such expenditures will be appropriate and consistent with the lawful objectives of the City and, as such, chooses to declare its intention, in accordance with the provisions of Section 1.150 -2 of the Treasury Regulations, to reimburse itself for such payments at such time as it issues obligations to finance the Project; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS THAT: Section 1. The City reasonably expects it will incur debt, as one or more series of obligations, with an aggregate maximum principal amount not to exceed $605,000, for the purpose of paying the aggregate costs of the Project. Section 2. All costs to be reimbursed pursuant hereto will be capital expenditures. No tax-exempt obligations will be issued by the City in furtherance of this Statement after a date which is later than 18 months after the later of (1) the date the expenditures are paid or (2) the date on which the property, with respect to which such expenditures were made, is placed in service. Section 3. The foregoing notwithstanding, no tax-exempt obligation will be issued pursuant to this Statement more than three years after the date any expenditure which is to be reimbursed is paid. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 24th DAY OF June, 2021. _______________________________ Karl Mooney, Mayor ATTEST: _________________________________ Tanya Smith, City Secretary (Seal) Page 233 of 323 Page 234 of 323 Exhibit "A" The projects to be financed that are the subject of this Statement are: Holleman Drive W at Jones Butler Road Roundabout ($605,000) This project includes the construction of a new roundabout at the intersection of Holleman Dri ve West and Jones Butler Street. During a 2016 analysis, College Station Traffic Engineering found that this intersection meets traffic signal warrants within the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. The intersection ranks 6th out of 14 intersections that meet at least one warrant and this intersection is ranked 2nd for streets maintained only by the City of College Station (i.e. non-TxDOT roads). Traffic engineering recommends the construction of a roundabout instead of a traffic signal at t his location in order to obtain the same mobility benefits without the continuing maintenance costs of a traffic signal. Page 235 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 1 of 11 4/21/2021 EXHIBIT “A” SCOPE OF SERVICES HOLLEMAN DRIVE WEST AT JONES BUTLER ROUNDABOUT Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. (the “Consultant”) is pleased to submit this Scope of Services to the City of College Station (the “City”) to provide professional services for the above referenced project. Our project understanding and scope of services are below. PROJECT UNDERSTANDING The project involves the design of a single lane roundabout at the intersection of Jones Butler Road and Holleman Drive West. The existing pavement will remain, and the proposed improvements will consist of widening the existing pavement at the intersection and modifying the curb radius as necessary to construct the roundabout. The project will also include and sidewalk pavement within the limits of the roundabout, storm drain modifications, minor water and sanitary sewer adjustments, and street lighting. Basis of Scope and Fee Development The following key assumptions have been made in establishing the scope and the estimated level of effort for this project: 1. Prior to initiating preliminary engineering, City shall provide Consultant record drawings and utility maps for its existing facilities (storm drainage, potable water and sanitary sewer) within and along the project corridor. 2. City shall acquire any right-of-way or easements required. 3. Electrical and franchise utility relocation design is not included. SCOPE OF SERVICES Consultant offers the following Scope of Services based upon what we currently anticipate may be required. Design tasks are defined below for the type of work that is anticipated. TASK SUMMARY 1. Project Management 1.1. Plan and participate in a Project Kickoff Meeting with City staff to confirm project scope, personnel, lines of communication, and schedule. 1.2. Project Status Meetings 1.2.1 Conduct up to four (4) virtual review meetings with the City; kickoff meeting, one (1) at 30%, one (1) at 60%, and one (1) at 90%. 1.2.2 Conduct up to six (6) virtual progress meetings. 1.2.3 Prepare agendas and attendance log for meetings; minutes, including discussion and action items for review and distribution. 1.3. Prepare and e-mail monthly progress reports to the project team (City PM and Consultant’s Staff). 1.4. Project Administration 1.4.1 Prepare project correspondence. 1.4.2 Prepare invoicing documents. 1.4.3 Maintain and update project schedule. 1.5. Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) 1.5.1 Establish quality control procedures for the project. 1.5.2 Assign QA/QC Manager and Peer Review roles. 1.5.3 Perform quality control reviews for the following submittals:  Intersection Capacity Analysis  Conceptual Design  60% Design Submittal Page 236 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 2 of 11 4/21/2021  90% Design Submittal  Bid Document Submittal 2. Public Involvement 2.1. Prepare two (2) video presentations to be hosted on the City website to obtain public input. The videos will be no longer than thirty minutes (30) in length. 2.1.1 Videos will be prepared for the following milestones:  Conceptual design  After final bid document submittal or prior to start of construction 2.2. Address up to one (1) round of comments from the City on each video presentation prior to uploading to the website. 2.3. Review comments from public input period and discuss with City after each milestone. 2.4. Assist City with issuing responses to public input for each milestone. 3. Preliminary Investigation 3.1. Data Collection and Record Research Consultant shall request all available record information along the proposed intersection from the City, franchise utilities and other agencies with facilities within the project corridor. 3.1.1 Gather existing survey and topographic data. 3.1.2 Gather existing aerial photographs. 3.1.3 Gather existing water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer record drawings. 3.1.4 Gather existing and proposed paving, utility and development plans from City, and franchise utilities. 3.1.5 Gather existing development plans. 3.1.6 Gather existing plat information. 3.1.7 Collect property owner and record information. 3.1.8 Gather existing right-of-way and easement information. 3.1.9 Gather existing franchise utility record information. 3.1.10 Organize record information into project database. 3.1.11 City Maps – Bike, MTP, etc. 3.1.12 Traffic model data 3.2. Site Conditions Review 3.2.1 Walk project intersection. 3.2.2 Document with photographs. 3.2.3 Identify potential observable, above ground conflicts and issues. 4. Design Survey 4.1. Utility and Property Owner Coordination 4.1.1 Coordinate with Texas 811 to locate and mark existing franchise and public utilities prior to performing the field survey. 4.1.2 Prepare a notification to residents regarding survey of right-of-way and driveways on private property. 4.2. Topographic Survey 4.2.1 The limits of the survey shall be as follows:  Approximately 400 linear feet in each side of the intersection. 4.2.2 Set control points (X,Y,Z) on the ground based on City monumentation. 4.2.3 Prepare topographic design survey of the right-of-way showing existing visible elements and cross-sections at 50-foot intervals and major breaks. 4.2.4 Survey existing driveways outside right-of-way limits for grade tie in elevations. 4.2.5 Survey flow lines of sanitary and storm manholes and storm culverts. 4.2.6 Prepare a final topographic drawing in digital format (including one-foot contours and breaklines) showing the features located in the field as well as right-of-way strip map information in accordance with the City Mapping Requirements dated May 2010, an ASCII coordinate file of the points located in the field, and a hard copy of the coordinates and feature descriptions. Page 237 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 3 of 11 4/21/2021 5. Subsurface Utility Engineering 5.1. Quality Level D (QL-D) Record Research. 5.1.1 Quality Level D. Research and draw all known public and private utilities onto a topographical or planimetric drawing. 5.1.2 The limits of Quality Level D are the same as in Task 4.2.1 5.2. Quality Level C Surface Feature Survey 5.2.1 Quality Level C (QL-C) Surface Feature Survey is the horizontal / vertical location and identification of visible utility surface features taken from a topographic drawing or other provided survey data of the project area. This information is put in the same utility map created as part of the Quality Level D work. In this process, the Quality Level D utility line work is adjusted to align with the surface features (connecting the dots). All data is tied to the survey project control. 5.2.2 The limits of Quality Level C are the same as in Task 4.2.1 5.3. Quality Level B Designation 5.3.1 Quality Level B. QL-B involves the application of appropriate surface geophysical methods to determine the existence and horizontal position of virtually all utilities within the project limits. This activity is called "designating". The information obtained in this manner is surveyed to project control. It addresses problems caused by inaccurate utility records, abandoned or unrecorded facilities, and lost references. 5.3.2 The limits of Level B SUE is based upon 200 linear feet in each direction at the intersection. 6. Geotechnical Investigation 6.1. Perform a geotechnical analysis of the site utilizing a qualified geotechnical laboratory to determine and characterize subsurface conditions and make recommendations regarding subgrade preparation, pavement design guidelines, backfill, embedment, compaction and conditions related to groundwater control. The geotechnical analysis shall include the following: 6.1.1 Subsurface exploration including 2 borings to a depth of 10 feet and 2 pavement cores. 6.1.2 Laboratory tests for classification purposes and strength characteristics. 6.1.3 Engineering services that address soil and groundwater conditions as well as recommendations for paving, bedding, and earthwork. 6.2. A geotechnical report will be furnished by the geotechnical engineer to present the results of the field and laboratory data as well as analyses and recommendations. Two (2) hard copies and one electronic copy of the report will be provided by the geotechnical engineer. The data contained in the geotechnical report will be made available to contractors during the bidding process for information purposes. 7. Intersection Capacity Analysis 7.1. Study Scenarios – Intersection capacity analysis will be performed evaluating approach delay and level of service for the following analysis years: 7.1.1 Existing (2021)  The Consultant will collect turning movement counts at the intersection. 7.1.2 Future (2031)  The Consultant will grow traffic volumes from those collected in Task 7.1.1 for 10 years at an agreed upon growth rate. 7.2. Alternatives Analysis – Alternative intersection control will be evaluated for the following control types for the analysis years outlined in Task 8.1: 7.2.1 All-way stop condition (existing conditions) 7.2.2 Traffic signal 7.2.3 Single lane (compact) roundabout 7.3. Technical Memorandum – The Consultant will summarize the findings in a technical memo: 7.3.1 Existing Year (2021) and Future Year (2031) traffic volumes  Future Year (2031) traffic volumes to account for background growth Page 238 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 4 of 11 4/21/2021 7.3.2 Intersection Capacity Analysis  Level of service (average delay) comparisons for each study year and alternative analysis will be compared 7.3.3 Conclusions and recommendations based on the analysis 8. Conceptual Roadway and Drainage Design 8.1. Conceptual Design 8.1.1 Prepare conceptual design layout of single lane roundabout to fit within the existing right-of-way. The existing pavement will remain and the proposed improvements will consist of widening the existing pavement at the intersection and modifying the curb radius as necessary to construct the roundabout. 8.1.2 Consultant will prepare the following Conceptual Plan sheet showing the following elements:  Existing right-of-way  Existing utilities  Proposed curb geometry  Proposed hardscaping  Sidewalk and curb ramps  Proposed pavement markings  AutoTURN movement of fire truck and/or bus  Fastest path exhibit  Documentation of key design decisions 8.2. Compile and prepare an opinion of probable construction cost (OPCC), in accordance with AACE standards, for the entire project using recent average unit bid prices which are representative of similar types of construction in the local area. The Consultant has no control over the cost of labor, materials, equipment, or over the Contractor's methods of determining prices or over competitive bidding or market conditions. Opinions of probable costs provided herein are based on the information known to Consultant at this time and represent only the Consultant’s judgment as a design professional familiar with the construction industry. The Consultant cannot and does not guarantee that proposals, bids, or actual construction costs will not vary from its opinions of probable costs. 8.3. Conceptual Design Submittal (30%) 8.3.1 Submit one (1) electronic copy of each option to the City for review and comment. 8.3.2 Submittal shall include the following:  Conceptual design exhibit.  AutoTURN exhibit  OPCC in accordance with AACE standards for each alternative. 9. Preliminary Roadway and Drainage Design (60%) 9.1. Incorporate and/or respond to the City’s conceptual design submittal review comments one (1) round of comments anticipated in proposed effort. 9.2. Preliminary Roundabout Design. 9.2.1 Prepare roundabout paving sheet showing pavement widening, curb modifications, truck apron and central island pavement. 9.2.2 Prepare roundabout widening grading sheet. Profiles will not be provided. 9.2.3 Prepare plans for sidewalk and ramp design. 9.2.4 Prepare pavement section detail  Preliminary subgrade and pavement design 9.2.5 Preliminary paving details 9.2.6 Traffic Control Concept Plans  Prepare traffic control and sequencing narrative  Prepare overall phasing map  Prepare conceptual traffic control plans showing construction phasing, up to four phases are assumed. Page 239 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 5 of 11 4/21/2021 9.2.7 Pavement Markings and Signage Plans  Prepare pavement markers and striping layouts in accordance with City design standards and the Texas Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD)  Prepare details to clarify intent of design  Compile applicable City standard details. Modify standard details as needed.  Signing layout and design 9.3. Preliminary Drainage Design 9.3.1 Develop the project drainage area map. 9.3.2 Compile the hydrological and hydraulic data. 9.3.3 Determine conveyance paths, channel slopes, time of concentration, and runoff coefficients as required to calculate design-year flows. 9.3.4 Site verification of preliminary design. 9.3.5 Analyze the existing drainage system to determine if modifications are needed to accommodate the proposed roundabout configuration. It is assumed that the existing storm system will remain, and modifications will be made as needed for the new geometry. 9.3.6 Prepare a preliminary storm sewer and inlet plan with alignments and sizes. 9.3.7 Prepare preliminary storm sewer profiles with design notes for stationing, size, slope, flow lines, and pipe material. 9.3.8 Storm drain layout sheets showing location and size of all inlets, manholes, junction boxes, culvert extensions, headwall modifications and piping to include storm drain profiles showing existing and proposed flow lines, flows, lengths and slopes of pipe, top of ground profiles over pipe connections to existing or proposed storm sewer systems 9.4. Preliminary water and sewer adjustments 9.4.1 Paving plans will show proposed minor City utility adjustments showing fire hydrant, valve, manhole adjustments. Relocations of water line and sanitary sewer line are not included. 9.5. Preliminary Plan Preparation 9.5.1 General Sheets (cover sheet, location map, sheet index, general notes, list of abbreviations, and legend). 9.5.2 Project Control. 9.5.3 Standard Details. 9.5.4 Temporary Erosion Control. 9.5.5 Removals. 9.6. Preliminary Roundabout Sheets 9.6.1 Paving plan layout sheets 9.6.2 Pavement marking and signing sheets 9.6.3 Grading sheets 9.7. Preliminary design submittal (60%) 9.7.1 Submit electronic copy to the City for review and comment. Submittal shall include preliminary design plans which will consist of:  Cover sheet  Index sheet  General Notes sheets  Project Control sheet  Right-of-way strip map  Preliminary removal sheets  Preliminary roundabout plan sheet  Preliminary storm drain plan layout sheets  Preliminary drainage area map and runoff calculations  Preliminary pavement marking and signage sheets  Preliminary traffic control sheets Page 240 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 6 of 11 4/21/2021  Preliminary erosion control sheets  Illumination sheets  OPCC 9.8. Compile and prepare an updated OPCC, in accordance with AACE standards, for the entire project using recent average unit bid prices which are representative of similar types of construction in the local area. 10. Final Roadway and Drainage Design 10.1. Incorporate and/or respond to the City’s preliminary design submittal review comments one (1) round of comments anticipated in proposed effort. 10.2. Prepare final general notes and details. 10.3. Prepare final special technical specifications. 10.4. Prepare updated OPCC in accordance with AACE standards. 10.5. Final design submittal (90%) 10.5.1 Submit electronic copy to the City for review and comment. 10.5.2 Submittal shall consist of the following:  Final design plans of the sheets listed in Task 9  Roundabout Grading Sheets – includes cross slopes every 25’ and contour information for the proposed paving, roundabout, central island, sidewalk, and parkway  Special provisions, bid tab and technical specifications (for inclusion into the standard contract documents prepared by the City).  OPCC in accordance with AACE standards. 10.6. TDLR Submittal Preparation 10.6.1 The Consultant will assist the City with submittal of the project to a Registered Accessibility Specialist. The Consultant will provide the City with one (1) full size set of plans and a completed project registration and submittal form. 10.7. Incorporate the final design (90%) submittal review comments. One (1) round of comments is anticipated in proposed effort. 10.8. Bid Document Submittal (100%) 10.8.1 The Consultant will prepare one bid package. 10.8.2 Submit the following signed, sealed and dated final construction drawings, special provisions, bid form (in excel format) and specifications:  One (1) – copy of final design submittal in electronic PDF format. 11. Illumination 11.1. Preliminary Design 11.1.1 Prepare plan layout of foundations, conduit, wiring, electrical services, and pole/arm/fixtures. It is assumed standard spacing in accordance with City requirements will be used and a photometric analysis will not be performed. 11.1.2 Compile applicable details and specifications. 11.1.3 Coordinate with CSU for design criteria 11.1.4 Compile and prepare an updated OPCC, in accordance with AACE standards, for the street lighting using recent average unit bid prices which are representative of similar types of construction in the local area. 11.2. Final Design 11.2.1 Prepare final plan layout of foundations, conduit, wiring, electrical services, and pole/arm/fixtures. 11.2.2 Complete conduit and cable charts. 11.2.3 Coordinate power source. 11.2.4 Attend one (1) site visit with CSU staff. 11.2.5 Compile applicable details and specifications. 11.2.6 Compile and prepare an updated OPCC, in accordance with AACE standards, for the street lighting using recent average unit bid prices which are representative of similar Page 241 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 7 of 11 4/21/2021 types of construction in the local area. 12. Franchise Utility Line Coordination 12.1. Send one set of plans to the City to distribute to each franchise utility for their review. 12.2. Prepare exhibits as needed for coordination with franchise utility companies. 13. Right-of-Way and Easement Documents 13.1. Prepare up to three (3) right of way or easement instruments 13.1.1 Individual parcel exhibits will be on 8 ½”x11” paper, will be sealed, dated, and signed by a Registered Professional Land Surveyor and will contain the following:  Parcel number  Area required  Area remaining  Legal description  Current owner  Any existing platted easements or easements filed by separate instrument including easements provided by utility companies.  All physical features  Metes and bounds description of parcel to be acquired. The description will be provided on a separate sheet from the exhibit. Each type of easement will be described separately. 14. Bidding Phase Services 14.1. Provide assistance to the City during bidding by preparation and delivery of addenda for plan holders and responses to questions submitted by plan holders. 14.2. Attend a scheduled pre-bid conference. 14.3. Attend bid opening. 15. Construction Phase Services The scope of services listed below may or may not be performed as part of our construction phase services. The Consultant’s role during construction is limited and services are only provided upon request of the City. The budgeted fee for this task is based upon approximately 50 hours of labor. Additional services beyond the hours budgeted will be an additional service outside the scope of this contract.  15.1. Pre-Construction Conference 15.1.1 Consultant will attend a Pre-Construction Conference prior to commencement of Work at the Site. 15.2. Visits to Site and Observation of Construction (maximum of 8 site visits) 15.2.1 The purpose of Consultant’s site visits will be to enable Consultant to better carry out the duties and responsibilities specifically assigned in this Agreement to Consultant, and to provide City a greater degree of confidence that the completed Work will conform in general to the Contract Documents. Consultant shall not, during such visits or as a result of such observations of Contractor's work in progress, supervise, direct, or have control over Contractor's work, nor shall Consultant have authority over or responsibility for the means, methods, techniques, equipment choice and usage, sequences, schedules, or procedures of construction selected by Contractor, for safety precautions and programs incident to Contractor's work, nor for any failure of Contractor to comply with laws and regulations applicable to Contractor's furnishing and performing the Work. Accordingly, Consultant neither guarantees the performance of any Contractor nor assumes responsibility for any Contractor's failure to furnish and perform its work in accordance with the Contract Documents. 15.3. Recommendations with Respect to Defective Work 15.3.1 Consultant will recommend to City that Contractor's work be disapproved and rejected while it is in progress if, based on such observations, Consultant believes that such Page 242 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 8 of 11 4/21/2021 work will not produce a completed Project that conforms generally to Contract Documents. 15.4. Clarifications and Interpretation 15.4.1 Consultant will respond to reasonable and appropriate Contractor requests for information and issue necessary clarifications and interpretations of the Contract Documents to City as appropriate to the orderly completion of Contractor's work. Any orders authorizing variations from the Contract Documents will be made by City. 15.5. Change Orders 15.5.1 Consultant may recommend Change Orders to City and will review and make recommendations related to Change Orders submitted or proposed by the Contractor. 15.6. Shop Drawings and Samples 15.6.1 Consultant will review and approve or take other appropriate action in respect to Shop Drawings and Samples and other data which Contractor is required to submit, but only for conformance with the information given in the Contract Documents. Such review and approvals or other action will not extend to means, methods, techniques, equipment choice and usage, sequences, schedules, or procedures of construction or to related safety precautions and programs. 15.7. Substitutes and "or-equal" 15.7.1 Evaluate and determine the acceptability of substitute or "or-equal" materials and equipment proposed by Contractor in accordance with the Contract Documents, but subject to the provisions of applicable standards of state or local government entities. 15.8. Inspections and Tests 15.8.1 Consultant may require special inspections or tests of Contractor's work as Consultant deems appropriate and may receive and review certificates of inspections within Consultant’s area of responsibility or of tests and approvals required by laws or the Contract Documents. Consultant’s review of certificates will be for determining that the results certified indicate compliance with the Contract Documents and will not be an independent evaluation that the content or procedures of such inspections, tests, or approvals comply with the requirements of the Contract Documents. Consultant shall be entitled to rely on the results of such tests. 15.9. Disagreements between City and Contractor 15.9.1 Consultant will, if requested by City, render written decision on all claims of City and Contractor relating to the acceptability of Contractor's work or the interpretation of the requirements of the Contract Documents. In rendering decisions, Consultant shall be fair and not show partiality to City or Contractor and shall not be liable in connection with any decision rendered in good faith. 15.10. Applications for Payment 15.10.1 Review of applications for payment are not included in this scope. 15.11. Substantial Completion 15.11.1 Consultant will, after notice from Contractor that it considers the Work ready for its intended use, in company with City and Contractor, conduct a site visit to determine if the Work is substantially complete. Work will be considered substantially complete following satisfactory completion of all items with the exception of those identified on a final punch list. 15.12. Final Notice of Acceptability of the Work 15.12.1 Consultant will conduct a final site visit to determine if the completed Work of Contractor is generally in accordance with the Contract Documents and the final punch list so that Consultant may recommend final payment to Contractor. Accompanying the recommendation for final payment, Consultant shall also provide a notice that the Work is generally in accordance with the Contract Documents to the best of Consultant’s knowledge, information, and belief based on the extent of its services and based upon information provided to Consultant. Consultant will attend one (1) year warranty walk through with Contractor and City at the City’s request. 15.13. Limitation of Responsibilities 15.13.1 Consultant shall not be responsible for the acts or omissions of any Contractor, or of any of their subcontractors, suppliers, or of any other individual or entity performing or Page 243 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 9 of 11 4/21/2021 furnishing the Work. Consultant shall not have the authority or responsibility to stop the work of any Contractor. 16. Construction Material Testing Services Consultant will engage a subconsultant to provide construction material testing services for the project during construction. 16.1. Earthwork Observation and Testing 16.1.1 Sample utility backfill, and/or select fill material. Prepare and test the samples for Atterberg Limits (ASTM D4318) and Percent Passing the No. 200 Sieve for classification in accordance with USCS. Recommended one test per 500 cubic yards (or 10,000 square feet) for every one-foot of fill. Prepare and test soil samples for moisture-density relationship.). 16.1.2 Sample cement-sand backfill for utility trenches, mold specimens, and perform compressive strength tests in the laboratory. 16.1.3 Perform stabilization evaluation of subgrade soil for proposed chemically treated paving subgrade. 16.1.4 Perform field gradation tests of chemically stabilized subgrade. 16.1.5 Observe proof rolling operations of the paving subgrades and perform density tests of the subgrade and base material using the nuclear method (ASTM D6938) to determine the moisture content and percent compaction of the soil materials. 16.1.6 Upon meeting compaction and moisture requirements, perform depth checks of chemically stabilized subgrade. 16.1.7 Provide additional testing upon written request and approval by the City. 16.2. Reinforcing Steel Observation and Testing 16.2.1 Observe reinforcing steel prior to concrete placement. The subconsultant will observe the rebar size, spacing, and configuration. The subconsultant recommends that they be scheduled a minimum of 24 hours prior to concrete placement. 16.2.2 Cast-in-Place Concrete Observations and Testing. 16.2.3 Sample and test the fresh concrete for each mix. Perform tests including slump, air content, unit weight, concrete temperature, and cast test specimens (ASTM C31, C138, C143, C172, C173, and C1064). The subconsultant understands that the contractor will be responsible for maintaining the initial curing temperature of the concrete test specimens. 16.2.4 Concrete will be sampled at a frequency of 1 set of test cylinders every 50 cubic yards for structural concrete and 1 set of test cylinders every 100 cubic yards for paving and sidewalk concrete. The subconsultant requests that a copy of the approved mix design(s) be provided to us prior to placement of the concrete. 16.2.5 Perform compressive strength tests of concrete test cylinders cast in the field (ASTM C1231, C39). Five 4” x 8” concrete cylinders will be prepared for structural concrete having nominal size aggregate of 1¼” or less. One cylinder will be tested at 7 days, three cylinders will be tested at 28 days and one cylinder will be marked for a 56-day HOLD. 16.3. Hot Mix Asphaltic Concrete Pavement Monitoring and Testing 16.3.1 Obtain a sample from the field and perform laboratory classification tests including lab molded specimen density, HVEEM stability, maximum theoretical density, asphalt content, and gradation. Tests will be performed in accordance to the Job-Mix Formula (JMF) of the HMAC. The subconsultant requests that the JMF be sent to the project manager no later than two days prior to placement of the HMAC. 16.3.2 Obtain asphalt pavement cores from the field, at a rate of four cores per day’s placement. For each core, measure the thickness and calculate the density with respect to the maximum theoretical density. 16.3.3 If requested, provide an Engineering Technician to verify the roller pattern that has been established by the HMAC Contractor. 16.4. Project Management/ Administration 16.4.1 A project manager will be assigned to the project to review the daily activity and assist in scheduling the work. Field and laboratory tests will be reviewed prior to submittal. Page 244 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 10 of 11 4/21/2021 The project manager will monitor the project budget and will oversee the preparation of the final letter and daily reports. 16.5. Final Letter 16.5.1 Upon completion of our services, a final letter will be prepared. The letter will list services we performed and if the results and/or observation were in compliance. A copy of our test reports will be available with the final letter if requested. 16.6. Consultant or their subconsultant shall not, during such visits or as a result of such observations of Contractor's work in progress, supervise, direct, or have control over Contractor's work, nor shall Consultant have authority over or responsibility for the means, methods, techniques, equipment choice and usage, sequences, schedules, or procedures of construction selected by Contractor, for safety precautions and programs incident to Contractor's work, nor for any failure of Contractor to comply with laws and regulations applicable to Contractor's furnishing and performing the Work. 17. Record Drawings 17.1. Obtain and review comments and field changes to the as-bid construction plans from City and/or Contractor. 17.2. Prepare record drawings based on comments and field changes. Since Consultant will not be providing resident engineering services and not observing on a full-time basis, we will not seal the record drawings. The record drawings will be provided in the following format:  AutoCAD File (1) copy  PDF (1) copy Information to be provided by the City The City shall provide all information and criteria as to the City’s requirements, objectives, and expectations for the project including all design criteria that are to be met and all standards of development, design, or construction. Specific information to be provided by the City includes:  Existing water, sanitary sewer, paving, and drainage record drawings.  Drainage studies Additional Services City and Consultant agree that the following services are beyond the Scope of Services described in the tasks above. However, Consultant can provide these services, if needed, upon the City’s written request. Any additional amounts paid to the Consultant as a result of any material change to the Scope of the Project shall be agreed upon in writing by both parties before the services are performed. These Additional Services include, but are not limited to, the following:  Preparation of a detailed Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP).  Furnish additional copies of review documents and/or bid documents in excess of the number of the same identified above.  Assist the City as an expert witness in litigation in connection with the project or in hearings before approving and regulatory agencies.  Redesign to reflect project scope changes requested by the City, required to address changed conditions or change in direction previously approved by the City, mandated by changing governmental laws, or necessitated by the City’s acceptance of substitutions proposed by the Contractor.  “Value engineering” after bidding.  SWPPP inspections / coordination.  Any services not listed in the Scope of Services. End of Scope of Services Page 245 of 323 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Page 11 of 11 4/21/2021 EXHIBIT 'B' HOLLEMAN DRIVE WEST AT JONES BUTLER ROUNDABOUT PROJECT FEE SUMMARY Payment to the Consultant will be made as follows: A. Invoice and Time of Payment Monthly invoices will be issued by the Consultant for all work performed under this Agreement. Invoices are due and payable on receipt. Invoices will be prepared in a format approved by the City prior to submission of the first monthly invoice. Monthly payment of the fee will be in proportion to percent completion of the total work for each fee item outlined below and phase of services (Design, Bid, Survey, etc.). B. Payment is a fixed fee in the amount listed in paragraph 2.01 of this Contract. This amount shall be payable by the City pursuant to the schedule listed below. Upon completion of services enumerated in Attachment A, Scope of Services, the final payment of any balance will be due upon receipt of the final invoice. Design Services 1. Project Management $18,500 2. Public Involvement $4,500 3. Preliminary Investigation $2,500 4. Design Survey $20,000 5. Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) $18,000 6. Geotechnical Investigation $4,500 7. Intersection Capacity Analysis $ 8 , 5 0 0 8. Conceptual Design $16,000 9. Preliminary Roadway and Drainage Design (60%) $32,500 10. Final Roadway and Drainage Design $30,500 11. Illumination $8,500 12. Franchise Utility Coordination $2,500 13. Right-of-Way Documentation $7,400 14. Bidding Phase Services $4,000 15. Construction Phase Services $10,000 16. Construction Materials Testing $10,000 17. Record Drawings $4,000 Total Design Fee $201,900 Page 246 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 8.6. Lick Creek Trunkline Change Order 4 Sponsor:Emily Fisher, Assistant Director of Public Works Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding approval of Change Order 4 in the amount of $69,395.18 for the Lick Creek Trunk Line construction contract with Thalle Construction Company, Inc. Relationship to Strategic Goals: - Core Services and Infrastructure Recommendation(s): Staff recommends approval Summary: This is a close out change order to the construction contract with Thalle Construction Company, Inc. It includes overruns in items, such as additional PVC laterals, drop connections, and trench safety. It also includes additional sod for an easement area near Pebble Creek Pkwy as well as additional trail repair and drainage infrastructure. This additional trail repair is for the portions of Deer Run near Butterfly Alley and one location near the end of Bulle Rock Ct in Pebble Creek. This does not include additional work the contractor and the city are completing on the trail behind the Pebble Creek subdivision, which will be completed separately. The contract will be closed after this change order is approved, but only when the contractor has completed all items and obtains final completion. Budget & Financial Summary: Budget in the amount of $14,130,698 is included for this project in the Wastewater Capital Improvement Projects Fund. A total of $14,019,006 has been expended or committed to date, leaving a balance of $111,692 for this change order and remaining expenditures. Attachments: 1.CO 4 Draft - Copy Page 247 of 323 CHANGE ORDER NO. 4 DATE: 6-7-2021 Contract No. 19300406 P.O. # 19203692 PROJECT: Lick Creek Trunkline Funded in Whole/Part w CO's Y/N OWNER:CONTRACTOR:Thalle Construction Company, Inc City of College Station 900 NC Hwy 86 N P.O. Box 9960 Hillsborough, NC 27278 College Station, Texas 77842 PH:919-241-1607 FAX: PURPOSE OF THIS CHANGE ORDER: LF Additonal Storm Drain Pipe Removal/Replacement 200.00$ 368 480 22,400.00$ SY Additional Trail Repair 17.50$ 9800 10655 14,962.50$ EA Rehab Existing Manholes 3,500.00$ 7 9 7,000.00$ LF Additional 4" PVC Sewer Lateral 40.00$ 1 214 8,520.00$ EA Connect Laterial Tie-in 1,000.00$ 22 23 1,000.00$ EA Drop Connections 6,500.00$ 6 10 26,000.00$ LS Trench safety 0.01$ 10,605 11,873 12.68$ LS Sod at Pebble Creek Parkway 2,500.00$ - 1 2,500.00$ LF 18" sewer pipe point repair 500.00$ 20 - (10,000.00)$ LS Post construction CCTV of existing 18"2,500.00$ 1 - (2,500.00)$ -$ Total 69,895.18$ Line-OBJ: SCWOC- 6590 69,895.18$ TOTAL CHANGE ORDER 69,895.18$ ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT 10,932,672.50$ CHANGE ORDER NO.1 31,025.65$ 0.28%Change CHANGE ORDER NO.2 273,243.41$ 2.50%Change CHANGE ORDER NO. 3 571,314.94$ 5.23%Change CHANGE ORDER NO. 4 69,895.18$ 0.64%Change REVISED CONTRACT AMOUNT 11,878,151.68$ 8.65%Total Change ORIGINAL CONTRACT TIME 510 Days TIME EXTENSION NO. 1 39 Days TIME EXTENSION NO. 2 Days REVISED CONTRACT TIME 549 Days SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION DATE 30-Sep-20 REVISED SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION DATE 8-Nov-20 APPROVED _____________________________________________________________________________________ A/E CONTRACTOR Date CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Date _____________________________________________________________________________________ CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR Date CITY ATTORNEY Date _____________________________________________________________________________________ PROJECT MANAGER Date CITY MANAGER Date ___________________________________________ CITY ENGINEER Date ___________________________________________ DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR Date THE NET AFFECT OF THIS CHANGE ORDER IS 8.65% INCREASE. DESCRIPTIONUNITITEM NO.UNIT PRICE ORIGINAL QUANTITY REVISED QUANTITY ADDED COST This change order zeros out all quantities and closes out the project. Page 248 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 9.1. 204 Ayrshire Street Abandonment Sponsor:Elizabeth Pedersen, Staff Planner Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance vacating and abandoning a 1,973 square foot portion of right-of-way, said portion lying and being situated in the J.E. Scott League, Abstract Number 50 in College Station, Texas, and being a portion of the Ayrshire Street right-of-way as shown on the final plat of the College Park Subdivision recorded in Volume 38, Page 602 of the Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas. Relationship to Strategic Goals: Core Services and Infrastructure Diverse and Growing Economy Recommendation(s): Staff recommends approval of the abandonment. Summary: Abandonment of a 1,973 square foot portion of right-of-way lying and being situated in the J.E. Scott League, Abstract Number 50 in College Station, Texas and being a portion of the Ayrshire Street right-of-way as shown on the final plat of the College Park Subdivision recorded in Volume 38, Page 602 of the Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas. The right-of-way abandonment is being requested by the applicant to accommodate future redevelopment of the property. Two public utility easements were dedicated by separate instrument for existing public water and electrical infrastructure, but the remainder of the right-of-way is no longer needed. Budget & Financial Summary: N/A Attachments: 1.Ordinance 2.Ordinance Exhibit A 3.Ordinance Exhibit B 4.Vicinity Map 5.Location Map 6.Application Page 249 of 323 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 ORDINANCE NO. _________________ AN ORDINANCE MAKING CERTAIN AFFIRMATIVE FINDINGS AND VACATING AND ABANDONING A 1,973 SQUARE FOOT PORTION OF RIGHT OF WAY, SAID PORTION LYING AND BEING SITUATED IN THE J.E. SCOTT LEAGUE, ABSTRACT NUMBER 50 IN COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS, AND BEING A PORTION OF THE AYRSHIRE STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY AS SHOWN ON THE FINAL PLAT OF THE COLLEGE PARK SUBDIVISION RECORDED IN VOLUME 38, PAGE 602 OF THE DEED RECORDS OF BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS. WHEREAS, the City of College Station, Texas, has received an application for the vacation and abandonment of a 1,973 square foot portion of right-of-way, said portion lying and being situated in the J.E. Scott League, Abstract Number 50 in College Station, Texas, and being a portion of the Ayrshire Street right-of-way as shown on the final plat of the College Park Subdivision recorded in Volume 38, Page 602 of the Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas, as described in Exhibit “A”, attached hereto (such portion hereinafter referred to as the “Right-of-Way”); and WHEREAS, in order for the Right-of-Way to be vacated and abandoned by the City Council of the City of College Station, Texas, the City Council must make certain affirmative findings; now therefore, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS: PART 1:That after opening and closing a public hearing, the City Council finds the following pertaining to the vacating and abandoning of the Right-of-Way described in Exhibit “A” attached hereto and made a part of this ordinance for all purposes. 1.Abandonment of the Right-of-Way will not result in property that does not have access to public roadways or utilities. 2.There is no public need or use for the Right-of-Way. 3.There is no anticipated future public need or use for the Right-of-Way. 4.Abandonment of the Right-of-Way will not impact access for all public utilities to serve current and future customers. 5.Utility infrastructure exists within the Right-of-Way and the City has continuing need for current as well as future public utilities to be located within the Right-of-Way, and said uses are expressly not abandoned herein in those geographic areas where Public Utility Easements as substantially set forth in Exhibit “B” attached hereto has been properly executed and recorded. Page 250 of 323 ORDINANCE NO. ____________Page 2 of 2 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 PART 2:That the Right-of-Way as described in Exhibit “A” be abandoned and vacated by the City with the following condition: 1.The Public Utility Easements described in Exhibit “B” be retained as recorded in Volume 17083, Page 290 of the Deed of Records of Brazos County, Texas. PASSED, ADOPTED and APPROVED this _______ day of _________________, 20__. ATTEST:APPROVED: __________________________________________________________ City Secretary Mayor APPROVED: _______________________________ City Attorney Page 251 of 323 Page 252 of 323 Page 253 of 323 ORDINANCE EXHIBIT "B"Page 254 of 323 ORDINANCE EXHIBIT "B"Page 255 of 323 ORDINANCE EXHIBIT "B"Page 256 of 323 ORDINANCE EXHIBIT "B"Page 257 of 323 ORDINANCE EXHIBIT "B"Page 258 of 323 ORDINANCE EXHIBIT "B"Page 259 of 323 Page 260 of 323 Page 261 of 323 Page 262 of 323 Page 263 of 323 Page 264 of 323 Page 265 of 323 Page 266 of 323 Page 267 of 323 Page 268 of 323 Page 269 of 323 Page 270 of 323 Page 271 of 323 Page 272 of 323 204 Ayrshire St. ROW AbandonmentPage 273 of 323 Page 274 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 9.2. FY2022 (PY2021) Annual Action Plan and Community Development Budget Sponsor:Debbie Eller, Director of Community Services Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the proposed FY 2022 (PY 2021) Annual Action Plan and Community Development Budget. Relationship to Strategic Goals: Core Serivces & Infrastructure, Neighborhood Integrity, Diverse & Growing Economy Recommendation(s): Staff recommends Council receive a presentation regarding the proposed FY 2022 (PY 2021) Annual Action Plan and Community Development Budget and provide guidance and feedback. Summary: Community development programming for the City of College Station is currently directed by the 2020 - 2024 Consolidated Plan. The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development requires each grantee develop a Consolidated plan that includes a community needs assessment, housing market analysis, housing conditions analysis, and specific goals and objectives to establish a unified vision for actions that will be carried out for the next five years. Each year the City is required to submit to a one-year Annual Action Plan describing projects, activities, and budget to be funded with the community development grants received. Annual Action Plan activities must correspond to the 5-Year Consolidated Plan. The total grant funds available next year is $1,448,329 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds and $595,662 in HOME Investment Partnership Program Grant (HOME) funds. These amounts include carry-over funds from previous years and new year allocation amounts of $1,219,430 in CDBG and $480,625 in HOME funding. CDBG and HOME funds may only be used to: (1) benefit low- and moderate-income persons; (2) aid in the elimination of slum and blighting influences; and/or (3) meet an urgent community need. Further, CDBG funds may be used to meet local needs through a wide range of community development activities, while HOME funds may only be used for affordable housing activities. The Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plan, and budget must be delivered to HUD no later than August 16, 2021. Therefore, this information is presented prior to Council's consideration of the overall City budget. Adoption of the Plan by resolution also establishes a Community Development Program as defined by the Texas Local Government Code and provides authority for the City Manager to sign all required applications, certifications, evaluations, and other forms required by U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for all Community Planning and Development Grant Programs for the Program Year 2021 on behalf of the City of College Station. Staff will return to Council at the July 22 meeting to make available the final drafts of the plans and budget and to request adoption. Page 275 of 323 Historically, the City has utilized these funds for a variety of programs and activities, including: affordable housing assistance programs (homebuyer assistance, security deposit assistance, rehabilitation, new construction, and minor repair); funding for direct services to low-income families through non-profit programs; demolition; economic development, infrastructure improvements to parks, streets, grant administration, and public facilities in areas within the city that are primarily low- to-moderate-income areas of the city. To better address Economic Development needs identified, staff proposes the development of a Façade Improvement Program to assist College Station businesses. If adopted as part of the Annual Action Plan goals, staff will work to develop guidelines for Council consideration at a later date. Budget & Financial Summary: FY2022 Community Development Budget: CDBG: $1,448,329 HOME: $595,662 Attachments: 1.Attachment 1 - FY 2022 Proposed Community Development Budget 2.Attachment 2 - FY 2022 Plan Development Process Summary 3.Attachment 3 - FY 2020 CDBG Public Service Funding 4.Attachment 4 - 2020-2024 Community Development Goals 5.Attachment 5 - 2021 Income Limits 6.Attachment 6 - Map of LMI Income Areas 7.Attachment 7 - Community Development Project Descriptions Page 276 of 323 Attachment 1: FY 2022 Proposed Community Development Budget PROJECT CDBG & HOME CARRY-OVER CDBG & HOME NEW ALLOCATIONS CDBG & HOME TOTAL PROPOSED Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation (Minor Repair & Owner- Occupied Rehab)$0 $75,000 $75,000 Rehabilitation Administration $1,333 $45,000 $46,333 Demolition $10,000 $30,000 $40,000 Acquisition/Rehabilitation $40,150 $70,000 $110,150 Acquisition/New Construction (Habitat for Humanity)$32,089 $0 $32,089 Rental Rehabilitation (LULAC Oak Hill)$0 $50,000 $50,000 Homebuyer Assistance $19,078 $350,469 $33,710**$403,257 CHDO (Elder Aid $0 $72,094 $72,094 Tenant Based Rental Assistance – Deposits $12,625 $10,000 $22,625 Public Service Agency (See Attachment 3)$134,053*$169,600 $303,653 Public Facility $0 $322,630 $322,630 Economic Development $11,274 $213,314 $224,588 Grant Administration $49,624 $291,948 $341,572 Recaptured Funds/ Program Income CDBG HOME $0 $33,710** Total Community Development Budget $2,043,991 *Carry-over funds represent 4th quarter Public Services Agency payments for FY 2021 **FY2021 payments from Reconstruction loan and Homebuyer Recaptured Funds to be utilized for Homebuyer Assistance Page 277 of 323 Attachment 2: Annual Action Plan and Budget Development Process Summary, FY 2022 Event Date Community Needs Survey Feb. & Mar. Pre-proposal workshop for agencies Feb. 11, 2021 JRFRC proposals due Mar. 10, 2021 Virtual Public hearing on Annual Action Plan and Budget Mar. 23, 2021 JRFRC Meetings through Zoom Apr. 01, 2021 Apr. 08, 2021 Apr. 15, 2021 Apr. 22, 2021 Apr. 29, 2021 May 20, 2021 JRFRC Vendor Selection May 21, 2021 Public Notice June 10, 2021 30-Day Public Comment Period begins June 16, 2021 First presentation of Consolidated Plan and Budget to City Council June 24, 2021 Public hearing regarding Proposed PY2021 (FY2022) Annual Action Plan, and July 06, 2021 Community Development Budget at the Lincoln Recreation Center Page 278 of 323 30-Day Public Comment Period ends July 15, 2021 Request council approval by consent agenda of July 22, 2021 PY2021 (FY2022) Annual Action Plan, and FY2022 Community Development Budget Due to HUD no later than Aug. 16, 2021 Page 279 of 323 Attachment 3: FY 2022 CDBG Public Service Funding Summary & Recommendations Agency Program Requeste d Recommend ed Funding Funded Items Client #’s /Cost per Client Fundin g City A Home Base for Transitioning Foster Youth dba Unlimited Potential, Inc. Unlimited Potential $35,000 $35,000 Salary for Youth Self- Sufficiency Specialist 35 $1,000 CS Brazos Maternal & Child Health Clinic, Inc. The Prenatal Clinic $35,000 $35,000 Medical Items & Testing Nurse Practitioner Salary 500 $70.00 CS Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley Workplace Mentoring Program $35,000 $35,000 ¾ Staff Position Program Coordinator 205 $170.73 CS Mental Health Mental Retardation Authority of Brazos Valley Mary Lake Peer Support Center $35,000 $35,000 Therapist Tech Salary, Utilities, Cell Phone, Auto Maintenance 63 $555.55 CS Family Promise of Bryan-College Station Counseling and Case Management $35,000 $35,000 Case Manager Salary 155 $225.81 CS – $10,97 5 Bryan - $24,02 5 Catholic Charities of Central Texas BV Financial Stability Program $35,000 $35,000 Direct Client Assistance 336 $104.16 Bryan Unity Partners dba Project Unity Poverty Reduction Initiative $35,000 $35,000 Family Support Facilitator 450 $77.77 Bryan City of College Station Lincoln Recreation Center Summer Program $18,625 $18,625 Staff & program expenses 140 $133.04 CS Additional Funding: College Station Police Department Back to School Rally at the Lincoln Recreation Center $5,000 CDBG Admin Funds $5,000 Supplies for rally City- wide CS Twin City Mission, Inc. Case Manager/Client Assistance Program Withdrew Application $0 Case Manager, Client Assistance CS Total College Station: $169,600 + $5,000 in Admin Funds Bryan: $94,025 Page 280 of 323 Page 281 of 323 Attachment 4: PY 2020-2024 Community Development Goals Goals Summary Information Sort Ord er Goal Name Star t Yea r End Yea r Category Geograp hic Area Needs Addressed Funding Goal Outcome Indicator 1 Rental Housing - Rehabilitation 202 0 202 4 Affordable Housing City- wide Rental Housing Special Needs CDBG: $1,000,000 HOME: $575,000 Rental units Acquired and Rehabilitated: 20 Household Housing Unit 2 Rental Housing - Construction 202 0 202 4 Affordable Housing City- wide Rental Housing Special Needs HOME: $500,000 Rental units constructed: 10 Household Housing Unit 3 Owner Housing - Rehabilitation/Reconstructio n 202 0 202 4 Affordable Housing City- wide Owner- Occupied Housing CDBG: $500,000 HOME: $250,000 Homeowner Housing Rehabilitated: 15 Household Housing Unit 4 Owner Housing - Demolition 202 0 202 4 Affordable Housing Non-Housing Community Development City- wide Owner- Occupied Housing Public Facilities & Infrastructure CDBG: $125,000 Buildings Demolished: 4 Buildings 5 Homeownership - Down Payment Assistance 202 0 202 4 Affordable Housing City- wide Homeownershi p HOME: $1,000,000 Direct Financial Assistance to Homebuyers: 25 Households Assisted 6 Homeownership - Financial Literacy 202 0 202 4 Affordable Housing City- wide Homeownershi p Other: 375 Other Page 282 of 323 Sort Ord er Goal Name Star t Yea r End Yea r Category Geograp hic Area Needs Addressed Funding Goal Outcome Indicator 7 Homeownership - Construction 202 0 202 4 Affordable Housing City- wide Owner- Occupied Housing Homeownershi p CDBG: $500,000 Homeowner Housing Added: 4 Household Housing Unit 8 Homelessness - TBRA Security Deposits 202 0 202 4 Homeless City- wide Rental Housing Homelessness Special Needs HOME: $175,000 Tenant-based rental assistance / Rapid Rehousing: 375 Households Assisted 9 Homelessness - Outreach and Assessment 202 0 202 4 Homeless Non-Homeless Special Needs Non-Housing Community Development City- wide Homelessness Special Needs Public Services CDBG: $50,000 Other: 20 Other 10 Homelessness - Services 202 0 202 4 Homeless City- wide Homelessness Public Services CDBG: $100,000 Public service activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 1200 Persons Assisted 11 Special Needs - Services 202 0 202 4 Non-Homeless Special Needs City- wide Special Needs Public Services CDBG: $100,000 Public service activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 1100 Persons Assisted 12 Public Services 202 0 202 4 Non-Housing Community Development City- wide Public Services CDBG: $625,000 Public service activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 10,000 Persons Assisted Page 283 of 323 Sort Ord er Goal Name Star t Yea r End Yea r Category Geograp hic Area Needs Addressed Funding Goal Outcome Indicator 13 Public Facilities 202 0 202 4 Non-Housing Community Development City- wide Public Facilities & Infrastructure CDBG: $1,500,000 Public Facility or Infrastructure Activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 10,000 Persons Assisted 14 Economic Development – Business & Job Development 202 0 202 4 Non-Housing Community Development City- wide Economic Development CDBG: $500,000 Jobs created/retained: 25 Jobs 15 Disaster Response 202 0 202 4 Rental Housing Special Needs Public Services Economic Development Program Administration and Compliance Homelessness City-wide Homelessness Special Needs Public Services $500,000 Public service activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 600 Persons Assisted Goal Descriptions Goal Name Rental Housing - Rehabilitation1 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and facilitate the rehabilitation of rental units. Page 284 of 323 Goal Name Rental Housing - Construction2 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and facilitate the construction of new affordable rental units through nonprofit or for-profit partners. Additional sources of funds include tax credits through the State of Texas and private funds. Goal Name Owner Housing - Rehabilitation/Reconstruction3 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and facilitate maintenance of residential units by low- and moderate-income homeowners through minor repair grants (CDBG) and residential rehabilitation or reconstruction loans (HOME). Goal Name Owner Housing - Demolition4 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and facilitate the removal of dilapidated residential structures and/or address community emergencies. Goal Name Homeownership - Down Payment Assistance5 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and support programs and projects that provide financial assistance to low- and moderate-income households purchasing existing or new affordable homes. Goal Name Homeownership - Financial Literacy6 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and support programs and projects that provide education and counseling to lower-income homeowners and prospective homebuyers. Page 285 of 323 Goal Name Homeownership - Construction7 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and support programs and projects that construct new housing units for low-and moderate-income homebuyers. Goal Name Homelessness - TBRA Security Deposits8 Goal Descriptio n Preventing homelessness through the provision of assistance for low-income households to secure and sustain safe, decent affordable housing. This is a coordinated effort among affordable housing providers and the City to provide security deposit assistance to eligible households. Goal Name Homelessness - Outreach and Assessment9 Goal Descriptio n Fostering coordination, collaboration, and increased resources to assess community needs, available services, and service gaps. This information may be used to target and improve service provision. Goal Name Homelessness - Services1 0 Goal Descriptio n Assist homeless persons in meeting health and human service needs; provide training and counseling opportunities to help with the transition to self-sufficiency. This goal will be met through public service provision. Goal Name Special Needs - Services1 1 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and facilitate organizations that provide social and/or housing services to special needs populations. Page 286 of 323 Goal Name Public Services1 2 Goal Descriptio n Encourage and support nonprofit providers of homeless/AIDS patient programs, senior services, services for persons with disabilities, legal services, youth services, transportation services, substance abuse services, services for victims of domestic violence, employment training, crime awareness, fair housing, tenant/landlord counseling, child care services, health services, abused and neglected children services, mental health services, screening for lead based paint/lead hazards, subsistence payments, homebuyer downpayment assistance, rental housing subsidies, security deposits, housing counseling, neighborhood clean-ups, food banks, housing information and referral, housing counseling to support homebuyer downpayment assistance, or other public services to deliver programs to low- and moderate-income families and individuals. Goal Name Public Facilities 1 3 Goal Descriptio n Rehabilitation and expansion of street infrastructure, sidewalks, other infrastructure, including water and sewer lines and flood drain improvements, or park facilities including green space, neighborhood parks, and recreation facilities in primarily low- to moderate-income areas. Goal Name Economic Development – Business & Job Development1 4 Goal Descriptio n Rehabilitate and/or develop new spaces for businesses to better realize job creation or support and expand community-wide training and employment activities targeting low-and moderate-income households. Goal Name Disaster Response1 5 Addressing the needs of families and individuals affected by the response or effect of a local, state, or federal disaster declaration, such as a pandemic or natural disaster. Page 287 of 323 Attachment 5: 2021 Median Income Limits 2021 MEDIAN INCOME LIMITS City of College Station Community Development This list supersedes all other lists of prior dates. Household 60% 80% 1 $28,920 $38,550 2 $33,060 $44,050 3 $37,200 $49,550 4 $41,280 $55,050 5 $44,640 $59,500 6 $47,940 $63,900 7 $51,240 $68,300 8 $54,540 $72,700 The left column (Household) refers to the number of people in the home. The two columns on the right refer to the maximum combined income allowed per year by HUD guidelines in order to qualify for a Community Development program at 60% and 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Effective 6/1/2021 Source: Income Limits | HUD USER Page 288 of 323 0 1 20.5 Miles Legend LMISD 0-51% 51-100% City Lim it ¯City of College StationLow-Income Areas - 2019 Page 289 of 323 Attachment 8: Community Development Project Descriptions Owner-Occupied Housing Assistance HOME and CDBG funds will be used for housing rehabilitation, minor repairs, weatherization, home security, and reconstruction for low-moderate income homeowners; the removal of architectural barriers; and the inspection, testing and abatement of lead hazards. Funds will also be used for program delivery costs including staff salaries and benefits. Acquisition/Rehabilitation: CDBG and HOME funds may be used to support the acquisition of property for the development of affordable housing units for sale or rent by income-eligible and otherwise qualified households. This can include vacant land for new construction, or existing housing units, often combined with rehabilitation. Demolition: CDBG funds will be used for clearance, demolition, and removal of dilapidated structures that have been deemed uninhabitable in accordance with City codes, including the movement of structure to other sites. Funds will also be used for program delivery costs including staff salaries and benefits. Homebuyer Assistance: Down payment and closing cost assistance provided to eligible, qualified homebuyers through deferred no interest loans, which include a shared equity component, with HOME funds. Community Housing Development Organization: HOME funds will be made available to an eligible CHDO for the acquisition, development and construction of affordable housing units or the rehabilitation of existing housing units. New Construction: Leveraged Development and Non-Profit Partners: HOME funds will be used to facilitate the development of new affordable housing or the renovation of existing housing for low-income residents. Activities may include the acquisition of land, soft costs, or construction of single-family or multi-family units. Rental Rehabilitation: HOME funds will be matched with private funds to rehabilitate rental properties that will maintain affordable rents for low-income households for a specified period of time following the completion of the project. Projects will be selected based on the following priorities: bringing the unit up to City Codes and HUD standards, upgrade systems, energy conservation upgrades, exterior repairs, and other upgrades that increase marketability. Tenant Based Rental Assistance: Page 290 of 323 Using HOME funds, CD staff will administer a security deposit assistance program for low income individuals and families who will reside in housing units located in a HTC property located in College Station. Current properties include The Haven Apartments, The Heritage at Dartmouth, and Santour Court. Other eligible properties include Terrace Pines Apartments and Villas of Rock Prairie. CD staff will work with the Housing Choice Voucher Program to provide security deposit assistance to qualified voucher holders securing housing in College Station. CD Staff will also work with BVCAP, Twin City Mission, and Family Promise, which offers affordable rental units to lower-income households in College Station or assists homeless individual and families to secure housing. Public Services: 15% of the City’s CDBG fund allocation will be used in partnership with CDBG funds from the City of Bryan to fund non-profit social service agencies in the community. The Joint Relief Funding Review Committee, a Citizen Committee comprised of three members from the City of College Station and three from the City of Bryan, review program proposals from area nonprofits and recommend funding amounts based on their review. Funds are awarded to nonprofit programs who serve primarily low and moderate income residents of College Station and Bryan. Public Facility: Funds will be used to design, engineer, construct, or rehabilitate streets, sidewalks, parks, water and wastewater utilities, or other infrastructure improvements in College Station. Economic Development – Business & Job Development: Funds will be utilized in the establishment of a loan program to spur economic development and create or retain jobs for qualified low- and moderate-income persons. Program Administration: HOME and CDBG funds will be used for management, planning and administration of the City’s PY 2021 CDBG, HOME and other eligible grant programs for LMI citizens. Staff will provide capacity building and technical assistance as needed to citizens, builders, developers, and service providers. Funds from the administrative budget are made available to Project Unity to provide planning and reporting support to CD staff and coordinate a variety of community meetings to address the needs of low- and moderate- income residents, available services, and resources among local service providers. The City will utilize administrative funds to provide education to the community regarding Federal Fair Housing laws and affirmatively further fair housing in College Station. Page 291 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 9.3. Southwood Dr and Eastgate Sidewalk Improvements Sponsor:Emily Fisher, Assistant Director of Public Works Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding approval of a construction contract with Cervantez Construction in the amount of $457,905.40 for the Eastgate Neighborhood Sidewalk and Southwood Sidewalk Improvements Project. Relationship to Strategic Goals: 1. Core Services and Infrastructure 2. Improving Mobility Recommendation(s): Staff recommends approval. Summary: This project includes two separate sidewalk projects. The first project is the construction of a new sidewalk along the east side of Nunn Street from Lincoln Avenue to Walton Drive, on the north side of Walton Drive from Nunn Street to Puryear Drive, and the east side of Puryear Drive from Walton Drive to James Pkwy. The City of College Station identified the need for the sidewalk as a part of the Eastgate Neighborhood Plan. This connection will allow residents to walk from Lincoln Avenue to an existing sidewalk around Thomas Park and beyond. The second project includes construction of a new sidewalk along the east side of Southwood Drive from Valley View Drive to FM2818 and along the west side of Southwood Drive from FM2818 to Todd Trail. The sidewalks along Southwood were identified as a need in the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Greenways Master Plan. The project was bid via Competitive Sealed Proposal (CSP) in April 2021, RFP #21-035. Five (5) proposals were submitted. After evaluation, Cervantez Construction was selected. Budget & Financial Summary: A combined budget in the amount of $602,223 is included for these projects in the Streets Capital Improvement Projects and Sidewalk Zone 1, Zone 3, and Zone 5 Funds. A combined total of $111,391 has been expended or committed to date, leaving a balance of $490,832 for this construction contract and related costs. Attachments: 1.Project Location_Eastgate_GIS 2.Project Location_Southwood_GIS 3.21-035_Tabulation_EG & SW Page 292 of 323 WALT ON DRIVE AVENUEA NIMITZ STREET PASLER STREET NUNN STREET J A M ES PARKWAY HARRINGTON AVENUE PURYEARDRIVELINCOLN AVENUETEXAS AVENUE LINCOLN AVENUEFOSTER AVENUE FRANCISDRIVELegend Streets Functional Classification MAJOR COLLECTOR MINOR COLLECTOR LOCAL STREET Project Location M apEastgate NeighborhoodSidewalk Improvements Project ± ± Created: 6/4/2021 0 260 520 780 1,040 1,30065130195FeetFeet Overview Map DISCLAIMER: This product is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or besuitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground surveyand represents only the approximate relative location of property boundaries. No warranty is made bythe City of College Station regarding specific accuracy or completeness. Page 293 of 323 SOUTHWOODDRIVE B E E C R E E K T R IB U TA R Y B .1BEECREEKTRIBUTARYBFM 2818 SERVICE ROADFM 2818 SERVICE ROADPRIVATE ALLEYTO DDTRA ILSUMMIT STREETA IR L IN E D R I V EVALLEYVIEWDRIVE BIGRIVERSTREETL I T T L E RIV E R S T R E E T S H EN A N D O A H D RIVE H A W K T R E E D R I V E HILLTOP DRIVE LITTLER RIVER STREET AUSTINAVENU E H I L L S I D E D R I V EAUGUSTINECOURTLANGFORDSTREETANGELINACOURTSOUTHWOODDRIVE RIO G R A N D E B O U L E V A RDHARVEYMITCHELLPARKW AYSOUTHHARVEYMITCHELLPARKW AYSOUTHHARVEY MITCHELLPARKWAY SOUTHTEXAS AVENUESOUTHSOUTHWESTPARKWAYLegend Streets Functional Classification MAJOR ARTERIAL MAJOR COLLECTOR MINOR COLLECTOR LOCAL STREET ALLEY Rivers Project Location M apSouthwood SIdewalk Project ± ± Created: 6/4/2021 0 575 1,150 1,725 2,300 2,875143.75 287.5 431.25Feet Feet Overview Map DISCLAIMER: This product is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or besuitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground surveyand represents only the approximate relative location of property boundaries. No warranty is made bythe City of College Station regarding specific accuracy or completeness. Page 294 of 323 BID PROPOSALEastgate Neighborhood Sidewalk Safety ImprovementsITEM NO. QUANTITY UNIT ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE1 1 L.S. Mobilization$30,000.00 $30,000.00 $7,967.60 $7,967.60 $19,825.00 $19,825.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $16,000.00 $16,000.002 1 L.S. Prepare ROW (Clear and remove vegetation, etc)$5,000.00 $5,000.00 $2,802.00 $2,802.00 $3,500.00 $3,500.00 $40,000.00 $40,000.00 $6,000.00 $6,000.003 1 L.S. Erosion Control$5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,780.00 $5,780.00 $6,500.00 $6,500.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $4,500.00 $4,500.004 1 L.S. Misc. Demolition$5,000.00 $5,000.00 $1,273.00 $1,273.00 $4,500.00 $4,500.00 $7,500.00 $7,500.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.005 3,318 S.F. Removal of Asphalt/Concrete Paving$5.00 $16,590.00 $5.41 $17,950.38 $5.00 $16,590.00 $2.50 $8,295.00 $3.00 $9,954.006 1 L.S. Adjust Irrigation $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $1,250.00 $1,250.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.007 3 EA. Adjust Valve Boxes$500.00 $1,500.00 $325.00 $975.00 $150.00 $450.00 $250.00 $750.00 $500.00 $1,500.008 1 EA. Adjust Fire Hydrant$1,000.00 $1,000.00 $955.00 $955.00 $3,500.00 $3,500.00 $7,500.00 $7,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.009 8,720 S.F. Hydromulch seeding, grading (including 2" of topsoil)$1.00 $8,720.00 $0.55 $4,796.00 $1.00 $8,720.00 $0.50 $4,360.00 $1.28 $11,161.6010 860 S.F. 5' Sidewalk (Concrete, 5" Thickness, Prepared Subgrade)$6.30 $5,418.00 $6.37 $5,478.20 $9.00 $7,740.00 $10.00 $8,600.00 $8.50 $7,310.0011 969 S.F.6' Sidewalk (Concrete, 4" Thickness, 2" Cement Stabilized Sand)$6.10 $5,910.90 $6.18 $5,988.42 $13.00 $12,597.00 $8.00 $7,752.00 $9.25 $8,963.2512 1,381 S.F. 6' Sidewalk (Concrete, 5" Thickness, Prepared Subgrade)$6.30 $8,700.30 $6.37 $8,796.97 $9.00 $12,429.00 $10.00 $13,810.00 $8.50 $11,738.5013 1,150 S.F. 8' Sidewalk (Concrete, 5" Thickness, Prepared Subgrade)$6.30 $7,245.00 $7.00 $8,050.00 $9.00 $10,350.00 $10.00 $11,500.00 $8.50 $9,775.0014 1,885 S.F.6" Concrete Driveway Apron - High Early Strength Concrete (3500 psi)$7.00 $13,195.00 $8.00 $15,080.00 $12.50 $23,562.50 $12.00 $22,620.00 $9.25 $17,436.2515 227 S.F.7" Concrete Paving - James Pkwy/Puryear Drive Approach Apron$7.50 $1,702.50 $9.00$2,043.00$14.00 $3,178.00 $13.00 $2,951.00 $11.50 $2,610.5016 480 S.F. 6" Chemically Stabilized Subgrade$7.00 $3,360.00 $32.00 $15,360.00 $11.00 $5,280.00 $8.00 $3,840.00 $10.00 $4,800.0017 1 L.S.TAPCO Solar RRFB Pedestrian Crossing (Two pole Xwalk)(Push Button) complete and in place$5,000.00 $5,000.00 $10,825.00 $10,825.00 $23,500.00 $23,500.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $26,000.00 $26,000.0018 2 EA. Trail Marker and Pavement Markings$1,000.00 $2,000.00 $764.00 $1,528.00 $300.00 $600.00 $3,000.00 $6,000.00 $3,000.00 $6,000.0019 1 L.S. Cross Walk Striping$1,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,694.00 $1,694.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.0020 6 EA. ADA Ramp$1,250.00 $7,500.00 $758.00 $4,548.00 $2,300.00 $13,800.00 $2,000.00 $12,000.00 $1,850.00 $11,100.0021 280 L.F. Concrete Retaining Wall (15" Max. Ht.)$40.00 $11,200.00 $50.90 $14,252.00 $22.00 $6,160.00 $45.00 $12,600.00 $25.00 $7,000.0022 845 C.Y. Embankment and Excavation$15.00 $12,675.00 $22.92 $19,367.40 $15.00 $12,675.00 $45.00 $38,025.00 $20.00 $16,900.00TOTAL BASE BIDBid BondAddendum Acknowledged Bid Certification Eastgate Neighborhood SidewalkYCervantez Construction Johnson Fence and Masonry, LLC Norman Construction Services LLC Ti-Zack Concrete Inc.YYYYYYYYYYYCalculation error Highlighted numer has been corrected.Palomares Construction IncYYY$160,716.70$156,759.97$201,456.50$298,103.00$191,249.10PROPOSAL PAGE 4 of 10Page 295 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 9.4. City Hall Furniture Purchase Sponsor:Emily Fisher, Assistant Director of Public Works Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the approval of a general services contract with Marnoy Interest, LTD dba OP in the amount of $1,616,029.91 for furniture and other services for the new city hall project. Relationship to Strategic Goals: 1. Core Services and Infrastructure Recommendation(s): Staff recommends approval. Summary: This contract with OP includes the purchase and installation of all new furniture for the new city hall building. The contract also includes moving services for staff from existing offices to the new building. Furnishings including in this purchase include workstations and office furniture, conference room tables and chairs, reception area furniture, break room furniture and all other ancillary furniture for the building. Moving services will assist staff in moving other items, such as files, books, and other small furniture items that are needed in the new building. Fiscal services is managing the auction and/or disposal of furnishings no longer needed in the existing city hall. Budget & Financial Summary: Budget in the amount of $39,300,000 is included for this project in the Facilities and Technology Capital Improvement Projects Fund. A total of $30,179,234 has been committed or spent to date, leaving a balance of $9,120,766 for this contract and future expenses. Attachments: 1.48599 TOTAL PROPOSAL 6.02 2.21300566 -- BW(CC6.24.21) Page 296 of 323 Page 297 of 323 Page 298 of 323 Page 299 of 323 Page 300 of 323 CONTRACT & AGREEMENT ROUTING FORM __Original(s) sent to CSO on _____ Scanned into Laserfiche on _________ ____Original(s) sent to Fiscal on ________ CONTRACT#: _______ PROJECT#: _________ BID/RFP/RFQ#: _______ Project Name / Contract Description: _____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Name of Contractor: ____________________________________________________________ CONTRACT TOTAL VALUE: $ _________________ Grant Funded Yes No If yes, what is the grant number: Debarment Check Yes No N/A Davis Bacon Wages Used Yes No N/A Section 3 Plan Incl. Yes No N/A Buy America Required Yes No N/A Transparency Report Yes No N/A NEW CONTRACT RENEWAL # _____ CHANGE ORDER # _____ OTHER ______________ BUDGETARY AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION (Include number of bids solicited, number of bids received, funding source, budget vs. actual cost, summary tabulation) ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ (If required)* CRC Approval Date*: __________ Council Approval Date*: ____________ Agenda Item No*: ______ --Section to be completed by Risk, Purchasing or City Secretary’s Office Only— Insurance Certificates: ______ Performance Bond: ________ Payment Bond: ________ Info Tech: _______ SIGNATURES RECOMMENDING APPROVAL __________________________________________ _________________________________ DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR/ADMINISTERING CONTRACT DATE __________________________________________ _________________________________ LEGAL DEPARTMENT DATE __________________________________________ _________________________________ ASST CITY MGR – CFO DATE APPROVED & EXECUTED __________________________________________ _________________________________ CITY MANAGER DATE __________________________________________ _________________________________ MAYOR (if applicable) DATE __________________________________________ _________________________________ CITY SECRETARY (if applicable) DATE Page 301 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 Page | 1 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION GENERAL SERVICE CONTRACT This General Service Contract is by and between the City of College Station, a Texas Home- for the following work: _______________________________________________________________________________ as described in the Scope of Services attached as ARTICLE I PAYMENT AND TERM 1.01 Consideration. In consideration for the services performed in the Scope of ity shall pay the Contractor an amount not to exceed ___________________________________________________________ and ____/100 Dollars ($____________). 1.02 Payment Application. Within seven (7) calendar days of completion of the services the Contractor will submit its payment application to the City. 1.03 ment and Approval. The City will pay Contractor as shown in Exhibit Payment Schedule, for the services performed no later than thirty (30) calendar days from the date of the City ces. 1.04 Time is of the Essence. The Contractor must complete all the services described in the Scope of Services by the following dates: ____________________________________________________________. OR 1.04 Term. The initial term of the Contract is for one (1) year with the option to renew for two (2) additional one (1) year terms for a total of three (3) years. Any renewal must be in writing and executed by the parties. 1.05 Executed Contract. commence until this Contract is fully executed and all exhibits and other attachments are completely executed and attached to the Contract. ARTICLE II CHANGE ORDERS 2.01 Changes will not be made, nor will invoices for changes, alterations, modifications, deviations, or extra work or services be recognized or paid, except upon the prior written order from authorized personnel of the City. The Contractor will not execute change orders on behalf of the City Marnoy Interests, LTD dba OP Purchase and installation of new City Hall One million six hundred sixteen thousand twenty-nine 91 1,616,029.91 Fiscal Year 2022 Page 302 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 Page | 2 or otherwise alter the financial scope of the services except in the event of a duly authorized change order approved by the City as provided in this Contract. (a) City Manager Approval. When the original Contract amount plus all change orders is $100,000 or less, the City Manager or his designee may approve the written change order provided the change order does not increase the total amount set forth in the Contract to more than $100,000. For such contracts, when a change order results in a total contract amount that exceeds $100,000, the City Council of the City must approve such change order prior to commencement of the services or work; and (b) City Council Approval. When the original contract amount plus all change orders is greater than $100,000, the City Manager or his designee may approve the written change order provided the change order does not exceed $50,000. For such contracts, when a change order exceeds $50,000, the City Council of the City must approve such change order prior to commencement of the services or work. The sum of all change orders may not exceed 25% of the original contract amount. (c) Increase in Scope. Any request by the Contractor for an increase in the Scope of Services and an increase in the amount listed in Article I of this Contract shall be made and approved by the City prior to the Contractor providing such services or the right to payment for such additional services shall be waived. (d) Dispute. If there is a dispute between the Contractor and the City respecting any service provided or to be provided hereunder by the Contractor, including a dispute as to whether such service is additional to the Scope of Services included in this Contract, the Contractor agrees to continue providing on a timely basis all services to be provided by the Contractor hereunder, including any service as to which there is a dispute. ARTICLE III INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTORS 3.01 Independent Contractor. It is understood and agreed by the parties that the Contractor is an independent contractor retained for the services described in the Scope of Services. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for and have control over the means, methods, techniques and procedures, and for coordination of all portions of the work or services. Unless otherwise provided in the Contract, the Contractor shall provide and pay for labor, materials, equipment, tools, utilities, transportation, and other facilities and services necessary for proper execution and completion of the work or services. In addition, at the appropriate times, the Contractor shall arrange and bear cost of tests, inspections, and approvals of portions of the work or services required by the Contract or by laws, statutes, ordinances, codes, rules and regulations, or lawful orders of public authorities. The City will not control the manner or the means of the Contractor's performance, but shall be entitled to a work product as in the Scope of Services. The City will not be responsible for reporting or paying employment taxes or other similar levies that Page 303 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 Page | 3 may be required by the United States Internal Revenue Service or other State or Federal agencies. This Contract does not create a joint venture. 3.02 Subcontractor. shall mean and include only those hired by and having a direct contact with Contractor for performance of work or services on the Project. The City shall have no responsibility to any subcontractor employed by a Contractor for performance of work or services on the Project, and all subcontractors shall look exclusively to the Contractor for any payments due. The Contractor shall be fully responsible to the City for the acts and omissions of its subcontractors. Nothing contained herein shall create any contractual or employment relations between any subcontractor and the City. ARTICLE IV INSURANCE 4.01 The Contractor shall procure and maintain, at its sole cost and expense for the duration of this Contract, insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property that may arise from or in connection with the performance of the services performed by the Contractor, its officers, agents, volunteers, and employees. 4.02 volunteers, and employees as additional insureds. More specifically, the following shall be required. Certificates of insurance evidencing the required insurance policies are attached in E . requirements of this section. 4.03 Types. Contractor shall have the following types of insurance: (a) Commercial General Liability; (b) Business Automobile Liability; and (c) Workers' Compensation . 4.04 General Requirements Applicable to All Policies. The following General requirements applicable to all policies shall apply: (a) Certificates of Insurance shall be prepared and executed by the insurance company or its authorized agent. (b) Certificates of Insurance and endorsements shall be furnished on the most current State of Texas Department of Insurance-approved forms to the attached to this Agreement as Exhibit C; and shall be approved by the City before work begins. (c) Contractor shall be responsible for all deductibles on any policies obtained in compliance with this Agreement. Deductibles shall be listed on the Certificate of Insurance and are acceptable on a per-occurrence basis only. Page 304 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 Page | 4 (d) The City will accept only licensed Insurance Carriers authorized to do business in the State of Texas. (e) . (f) Coverage shall not be suspended, canceled, non-renewed or reduced in limits of liability before thirty (30) days written notice has been given to the City. 4.05 Commercial General Liability. The following Commercial General Liability requirements shall apply: (a) better under the current A. M. Best Key Rating Guide. (b) Policies shall contain an endorsement listing the City as Additional Insured - to self-insurance or any insurance the City may have or obtain. (c) Limits of liability must be equal to or greater than $1,000,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage, with an annual aggregate limit of $2,000,000.00. Limits shall be endorsed to be per project. (d) No coverage shall be excluded from the standard policy without notification of individual exclusions being su acceptance. (e) The coverage shall not exclude the following: premises/operations with separate aggregate; independent contracts; products/completed operations; contractual liability (insuring the indemnity provided herein) Host Liquor Liability, and Personal & Advertising Liability. 4.06 Business Automobile Liability. The following Business Automobile Liability requirements shall apply: (a) Business Automobile Liability insurance shall be written by a carrier rated under the current A. M. Best Key Rating Guide. (b) Policies shall contain an endorsement listing the City as Additional Insured - to self-insurance or any insurance the City may have or obtain. (c) Combined Single Limit of Liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. (d) The Business Auto Policy must show Symbol 1 in the Covered Autos Portion of the liability section in Item 2 of the declarations page. (e) The coverage shall include any autos, owned autos, leased or rented autos, non-owned autos, and hired autos. 4.07 Insurance. The following shall include the following terms: Page 305 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 Page | 5 (a) Liability minimum limits of liability not less than $1,000,000 for each accident/each disease/each employee are required; (b) ; and (c) TEXAS must appear in named in . ARTICLE V INDEMNIFICATION AND RELEASE 5.01 Indemnification. The Contractor shall indemnify, hold harmless, and defend the City, its Council members, officials, officers, agents, volunteers, and employees from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, causes of action, suits, and liability of every kind, any person or for damage to any property arising out of or in connection with the work or services done by the Contractor under this Contract. Such indemnity shall apply regardless of whether the claims, losses, damages, causes of action, suits, or liability arise in whole or in part from the negligence of the City, any other party indemnified hereunder, the Contractor, or any third party. There shall be no additional indemnification other than as set forth in this section. All other provisions regarding the same subject matter shall be declared void and of no effect. 5.02 Release. The Contractor assumes full responsibility for the work to be performed hereunder and hereby releases, relinquishes, and discharges the City, its Council members, officials, officers, agents, volunteers, and employees from all claims, demands, and causes of action of every kind and character, including the cost of defense thereof, for any injury to or death of any person and any loss of or damage to any property that is caused by, alleged to be caused by, arising out of, or in connection with the Contractor's work to be performed hereunder. This release shall apply regardless of whether said claims, demands, and causes of action are covered in whole or in part by insurance and regardless of whether such injury, death, loss, or damage was caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the City, any other party released hereunder, the Contractor, or any third party. There shall be no additional release or hold harmless provision other than as set forth in this section. All other provisions regarding the same subject matter shall be declared void and of no effect. ARTICLE VI GENERAL TERMS 6.01 Performance. Contractor, its employees, associates, or subcontractors shall perform all the work or services described in the Scope of Services in a good, workmanlike, and professional manner and in accordance with this Contract, and all applicable laws, codes, and regulations. Contractor shall be fully qualified and competent to perform the work or services. Contractor shall undertake and complete the work or services in a timely manner. Page 306 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 Page | 6 6.02 Termination. The City may terminate the Project and this Contract, at any time, for convenience. In the event of such termination the City will notify the Contractor in writing and the Contractor shall cease work immediately. Contractor shall be compensated for the work or services performed. Should the City terminate this Contract for convenience, the City shall pay Contractor for the work or services performed and expenses incurred before the date of termination. 6.03 Venue. This Contract has been made under and shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas. The parties agree that performance and all matters related thereto shall be in Brazos County, Texas. 6.04 Amendment. This Contract may only be amended by written instrument approved and executed by the parties. 6.05 Taxes. The City is exempt from payment of state and local sales and use taxes on labor and materials incorporated into the project. If necessary, it is the Contractor's responsibility to obtain a sales tax permit, resale certificate, and exemption certificate that shall enable the Contractor to buy any materials to be incorporated into the project and then resell the aforementioned materials to the City without paying the tax on the materials at the time of purchase. 6.06 Compliance with Laws. The Contractor will comply with all applicable federal, state, and local statutes, regulations, ordinances, and other laws, including but not limited to the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). The Contractor may not knowingly obtain the labor or services of an undocumented worker. The Contractor, not the City, must verify eligibility for employment as required by IRCA. 6.07 Waiver of Terms. No waiver or deferral by either party of any term or condition of this Contract shall be deemed or construed to be a waiver or deferral of any other term or condition or subsequent waiver or deferral of the same term or condition. 6.08 Assignment. This Contract and the rights and obligations contained herein may not be assigned by the Contractor without the prior written approval of City. 6.09 Invalidity. If any provision of this Agreement shall be held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable by a court or other tribunal of competent jurisdiction, the validity, legality, and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby. The parties shall use their best efforts to replace the respective provision or provisions of this Agreement with legal terms and conditions approximating the original intent of the parties. 6.10 Prioritization. Contractor and City agree that City is a political subdivision of the State of Texas and is thus subject to certain laws. Because of this there may be documents or portions thereof added by Contractor to this Agreement as exhibits that conflict with such laws, or that conflict with the terms and conditions herein excluding the additions by Contractor. In either case, the applicable law or the applicable provision of this Agreement excluding such conflicting addition by Contractor shall prevail. The parties understand this section comprises part of this Agreement without necessity of additional consideration. Page 307 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 Page | 7 6.11 Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the City and Contractor and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations, or agreements, either written or oral. This Contract may only be amended by written instrument approved and executed by the parties. 6.12 Agree to Terms. The parties state that they have read the terms and conditions of this Contract and agree to the terms and conditions contained in this Contract. 6.13 Effective Date. This Contract goes into effect when duly approved by all the parties hereto. 6.14 Notice. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Attn: _______________ PO BOX 9960 Attn: ___________________ 1101 Texas Ave ________________________ College Station, TX 77842 ________________________ ________________@cstx.gov ________________________ 6.17 Exhibits. Ryan Key rkey MARNOY INTERESTS LTD. dba OP Ryan Hargrove 10030 Bent Oak Drive Houston TX 77040 rhargrove@ophouston.com Page 308 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 Page | 8 List of Exhibits A. Scope of Services B. Payment Schedule C. Certificates of Insurance CITY OF COLLEGE STATION By: By: City Manager Printed Name: Date: Title: APPROVED: Date: City Attorney Date: Assistant City Manager/CFO Date: MARNOY INTEREST, LTD dba OP Page 309 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 EXHIBIT A SCOPE OF SERVICES The terms and conditions of this Contract shall take precedence and control over any term or provision of the Scope of Services that in any way conflicts with, differs from, or attempts to alter the terms of this Contract. Deliver, Install and Labor for moving new furniture for City Hall (new). Installation will be one continuous phase (stations and ancillary. Space will need to be clear and readily available. Installation will occur with starting on level 3, then level 2 and level 1. OP will start with workstations and private offices. Page 310 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 EXHIBIT B PAYMENT SCHEDULE The Contractor must submit monthly invoices to the City, accompanied by an explanation of charges, fees, services, and expenses. The City will pay such invoices in compliance with the Texas Prompt Payment Act. -OR- Payment is a fixed fee in the amount listed in Article I of this Contract. This amount shall be payable by the City pursuant to the schedule listed below and upon completion of the services and written acceptance by the City. The City will pay such invoices in compliance with the Texas Prompt Payment Act. Schedule of Payment for each phase: See attached quote, pricing from Omnia Contract 2020000622. Page 311 of 323 Omnia Contract - 2020000622 Page 312 of 323 90 Proposal OP Older Number Pll)jectNlallblr Diii Cuttomer PO Nwnllll' CulflDmer Account ..... '*'°" -i8599 941 08/IW2021 CITCOL Ryan Hargrove 10030 Bent 08k Drtw Houston, TX 77040 Phone: 71M03-CIDOO Fu: 7tW03.0001 www.ophouaton.com Tenna SO% DEPOSIT NET 30 1.00 Each MOVE SERVICES OPMiec EL.EVATOR- ELEVATOR NOT READY :Stair Cany upcharge ..... 15,338.51 Order Sul> Total : PLEASE REVIEW THIS QUOTATION AND NOTIFY US PROMPTLY OF ANY CORRECTIONS REQUIRED lHANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTVNJTY TO BE OF SERVICE PRICING EXPIRES 30 DAYS FROM PROPOSAL DATE 2 Df 4 15,338.51 $1.818.029.91 Page 313 of 323 PRICES: Proposal OP 10030 Bent 08k Drtw Houston, TX 77040 Phone: 71M03-CIDOO Fu: 7tW03.0001 www.ophouaton.com Terms And Conditions Older Number Pll)jectNlallblr Diii Cuttomer PO Nwnllll' CulflDmer Account ..... '*'°" Tenna ..... -i8599 941 08/IW2021 CITCOL Ryan Hargrove SO% DEPOSIT NET 30 3 Df 4 • Prices in this proposal are based on Manufacturer's list prices and will be held for 30 days from Proposal Date. • Should project size or scope change, list prices and discounts may be subject to change accordingly. • Unit Product prices are for product only and all services including Design, Project Management, Delivery, Installation and Freight are priced separately as per the enclosed detailed quote. Prices in this proposal are for all new products and do not include costs for relocation/disposal of existing fumiture. NOTE: OP will be happy to provide for this if required and more detailed information is provided about the existing fumiture. CANCELLATION OR CHANGES: • Order cancellation or changes shall be subject to each manufacturer's change and cancellation policy. Products quoted on this proposal are considered "special order" as they are configured and specified in finishes and materials specific to this project. These products are not retumable, refundable, or subject to change unless agreed to by the manufacturer. All products are subject to each manufacturer's policy on changes and retums. Any freight, handling, or restocking charges required to process changes shall be the responsibility of the Buyer. DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION CONDITIONS: • Labor services for any additional work required will be quoted based on the following hour1y rates: Standard installation rate is $48.00 per man hour and Overtime installation rate is $72.00 per man hour Normal business hours of installation are defined as Monday through Friday 7:30am to 4:30pm • Sunday/Holiday rate is $96.00 per man hour • The installation space shall provide an adequate staging area for all products ordered, access to a freight elevator and loading dock. • The installation space shall be substantially complete with regard to construction, including carpet, cove base and ceiling work and shall be free and clear of construction trades except electricians and voice/data cabling contractors connecting and cabling the fumiture. • If changes are required that result in the need for additional overtime, multiple phases or a compressed installation schedule or if circumstances beyond the control of OP dictate, additional labor costs will be presented via an Additional SeNices Form along with a quota based on applicable hour1y ratss. • Buyer shall make arrangemen1s for a licensed electrician to be present for hard wiring of the electrical power whips and for voice/data cabling contractor for routing of any data/communication cabling through the fumiture. As applicable, Electrical connections to the building structure and any necessary permitting of fumiture electrical are not included in this scope. • As applicable, Within the City of Houston or any other jurisdiction which may require it, Buyer shall make arrangements for a licensed electrician to obtain necessary permits required for the fumiture electrical as well as make all power connections and install all receptacles within the fumiture. As applicable, Voice and Data communication cabling within the fumiture are not included in this scope. Page 314 of 323 • Special Note Regarding Stone Tops Proposal OP 10030 Bent 08k Drtw Houston, TX 77040 Phone: 71M03-CIDOO Fu: 7tW03.0001 www.ophouaton.com Older Number Pll)jectNlallblr Diii Cuttomer PO Nwnllll' CulflDmer Account ..... '*'°" Tenna ..... -i8599 941 08/IW2021 CITCOL Ryan Hargrove SO% DEPOSIT NET 30 4 Df 4 • Due to the fragile nature of stone products, larger stone pieces will be moved, delivered and installed by a qualified stone installation company. OP will coordinate and make every effort to provide the appropriate level of service. DELAYS: If product cannot be delivered and installed at the job site as scheduled and agreed upon, OP will notify buyer immediately, re-route the products, off~oad, unpack and inspect all goods for potential freight damage, file any applicable freight claims if necessary and store products in our warehouse until site is ready to receive products. • Any product requiring r.rauting due to circumstance beyond the control of OP will be subject to double handling costs and/or potential applicable storage fees. If storage fees become applicable, Buyer will be notified and a separate proposal will be provided All product will be invoiced as received at OP. ADDITIONAL PAYMENT TERMS: • 100% deposit will be required pending credit approval if current terms indicate •pending credit verification"'. • Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted fonns of payments for purchases up to $5,000. Credit card payments will be processed 100% at time of order entry. • Invoicing occurs after the initial walk-through/Punch List has been approved by the Buyer or upon substantial completion of project. • 10% of Invoice may be withheld until Punch List is resolved. • Should other invoicing procedures be required, please notify Accounts Receivable at OP. SECURITY INTEREST: • OP retains title (a security interest) to this fumiture until it is paid for in full. Customer hereby grants OP a security interest in any and all fumiture, fixtures, supplies and product provided to Customer by OP (the "Collateral") and any and all proceeds from such Collateral. Such Collateral is more fully described in the attached specifications. The security interest is hereby granted to secure the payment of any and all indebtedness of Customer to OP for the Collateral provided. SAFETY: Plaase lnfonn OP If there are any safety raaulramants that must ba completed prior to the Install. Customer Signature Date Name Page 315 of 323 Herman Mil ler Inc PO Box 302 Zee land Ml 49464-0302 Herman Miller May 21, 2021 Mr. Ryan Key College Station City Hall RE: Warranty Extension Dear Ryan: Please accept this letter as confirmation of the extension of Herman Miller's standard warranty to 12 years on Nevi products and 15 years on Canvas and Tu products for the City of College Station project. Applicable orders should be placed with our dealer, OP - Houston, against Herman Miller internal contract number ANZ751 for appropriate warranty tracking. All other warranty terms are according to Herman Miller's standard published warranty. Thank you. We appreciate the opportunity to serve City of College Station. Sincerely, HERMAN MILLER Scott W. Wagasky Contract Manager Page 316 of 323 Contract No.___________ General Service Contract Form 05-01-19 EXHIBIT C CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE Page 317 of 323 06/03/2021 Justin HaanVan Wyk Risk Solutions 150 Ottawa Ave NW Suite 1000 Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616)-942-5070 (616)-942-8199 justinh@vanwykcorp.com National Union Fire Insurance 19445 Marnoy Interests, Ltd dba OP 10030 Bent Oak Dr. Houston, TX 77040 The Phoenix Ins Co (Travelers)25623 AIG Assurrance Company 40258 Capitol Specialty Insurance Corporation 10328 A Y Y A B C Y N City of College Station, its officers, agents, volunteers and employees are included as additional insured to the general liability per written contract. Waiver of subrogation applies to the general liability and workers compensation per written contract. City of College Station PO Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842 5180237 3/1/2021 3/1/2022 1,000,000 50,000 10,000 1,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2961665 3/1/2021 3/1/2022 1,000,000 ZUP-31M03302-21-NF 3/1/2021 3/1/2022 6,000,000 6,000,000 012015984 3/1/2021 3/1/2022 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 D Professional Liability SGC05976 3/1/2021 3/1/2022 Liability Limit: $1,000,000 ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? INSR ADDL SUBR LTR INSD WVD DATE (MM/DD/YYYY) PRODUCER CONTACTNAME: FAXPHONE(A/C, No):(A/C, No, Ext): E-MAILADDRESS: INSURER A : INSURED INSURER B : INSURER C : INSURER D : INSURER E : INSURER F : POLICY NUMBER POLICY EFF POLICY EXPTYPE OF INSURANCE LIMITS(MM/DD/YYYY)(MM/DD/YYYY) AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY UMBRELLA LIAB EXCESS LIAB WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS / LOCATIONS / VEHICLES (ACORD 101, Additional Remarks Schedule, may be attached if more space is required) AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE EACH OCCURRENCE $ DAMAGE TO RENTEDCLAIMS-MADE OCCUR $PREMISES (Ea occurrence) MED EXP (Any one person)$ PERSONAL & ADV INJURY $ GEN'L AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER:GENERAL AGGREGATE $ PRO-POLICY LOC PRODUCTS - COMP/OP AGG $JECT OTHER:$ COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT $(Ea accident) ANY AUTO BODILY INJURY (Per person)$ OWNED SCHEDULED BODILY INJURY (Per accident)$AUTOS ONLY AUTOS HIRED NON-OWNED PROPERTY DAMAGE $AUTOS ONLY AUTOS ONLY (Per accident) $ OCCUR EACH OCCURRENCE $ CLAIMS-MADE AGGREGATE $ DED RETENTION $ $ PER OTH-STATUTE ER E.L. EACH ACCIDENT $ E.L. DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE $ If yes, describe under E.L. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT $DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below INSURER(S) AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIC # COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY Y / N N / A (Mandatory in NH) SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the policy(ies) must have ADDITIONAL INSURED provisions or be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). COVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER:REVISION NUMBER: CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION © 1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORDACORD 25 (2016/03) CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE Page 318 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 9.5. Charter Amendment Sponsor:Carla Robinson, City Attorney Reviewed By CBC:N/A Agenda Caption:Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding proposed amendments to the College Station City Charter. Relationship to Strategic Goals: - Good Governance Recommendation(s): It is recommended that the Council consider the proposed charter amendments and provide direction on proceeding with a charter amendment election on November 2, 2021. Summary: During the February 5, 2021, Council retreat, the Council discussed the possibility of holding a special election on November 2, 2021, to propose charter amendments to the voters related to ethical requirements for city council members. In particular, the Council discussed proposing a change to Section 116 of the charter related to personal interests. The current language, adopted in 2012, requires city officials and employees to comply with state law pertaining to conflicts of interest. Prior to 2012, officials and employees were prohibited from having any financial interest direct or indirect in any contract with the City or from being financially interested directly or indirectly in the sale to the City of any land, materials, supplies or services. The current language is less restrictive than the former. During the February 5th retreat, the Council indicated a general desire to move back to the more restrictive requirement as it applies to city council members and an interest in calling a special election to ask the voters to decide. Further, at the February 5th retreat, the Council determined to include in a possible charter amendment election a new section that would require city council members to both disclose any campaign contributions in excess of $500.00 and abstain from participating in and voting on any matter before the Council if the matter before the Council would materially benefit the campaign contributor. To proceed with a November 2, 2021, special election, the Council will need to consider the ballot language proposed for these two changes and provide any direction. The Council will subsequently consider an ordinance calling the special election at the July 22, 2021, council meeting. Budget & Financial Summary: The cost to hold a special election includes the publication costs to publish notice of the special election as required by law. This cost is estimated as $9,000. Attachments: 1.Charter Amendment Proposition Language 06 24 21 Page 319 of 323 Page 320 of 323 AMENDMENT NO. 1 Shall Article XII (General Provisions), Section 116 (Personal Interest) of the College Station City Charter be amended to read as follows? No member of the City Council shall have a financial interest, direct or indirect, or by reason of ownership of stock in any corporation, in any contract with the City, or be financially interested, directly or indirectly, in the sale to, or purchase from, the City of any land, materials, supplies or services except on behalf of the City; provided, however, that the provisions of this section shall only be applicable when the stock owned by the member of City Council exceeds one percent (1%) of the total capital stock of the corporation. Any violation of this section with the knowledge express or implied of the person or corporation contracting with the City shall render the contract voidable by the City Council or City Manager. Personal Interest Section 116. Members of the City Council and officers or employees of the City shall comply with state law pertaining to conflicts of interest of local government officials, including TEXAS LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE, Chapter 171. No member of the City Council shall have a financial interest direct or indirect, or by reason of ownership of stock in any corporation, in any contract with the City, or be financially interested directly or indirectly in the sale to, or purchase from, the City of any land, materials, supplies or services except on behalf of the City; provided, however, that the provisions of this section shall only be applicable when the stock owned by the member of City Council exceeds one percent (1%) of the total capital stock of the corporation. Any violation of this section with the knowledge express or implied of the person or corporation contracting with the City shall render the contract voidable by the City Council or City Manager. Page 321 of 323 AMENDMENT NO. 2 Shall Article XII (General Provisions) of the College Station City Charter be amended to add a new section requiring City Council Members to both disclose any campaign contribution in excess of $500.00 by filing an affidavit with the City Secretary and abstain from participating in and voting on any matter before the City Council if the matter before the City Council would materially benefit the campaign contributor or any business entity in which the campaign contributor has a substantial interest? Campaign Contributions The acceptance of a campaign contribution in excess of five hundred dollars ($500.00) by any City Council Member shall create a conflict of interest based on an appearance of impropriety with regard to any matter before the City Council that would materially benefit a campaign contributor or any business entity in which the campaign contributor has a substantial interest. Campaign contributions shall include loans, offsets to expenditures, and in-kind donations. For purposes of this section, a substantial interest in a business entity shall have the same meaning for campaign contributors as set out in TEXAS LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE § 171.002 for local public officials. It shall be the responsibility of the campaign contributor, and not the City Council Member, to identify their substantial business interests impacted by this section. Should a conflict of interest arise under this section, the conflicted City Council Member shall recuse themselves, stating the grounds for the conflict of interest on the record by filing an affidavit with the City Secretary, withdrawing from debate on the issue, excusing themselves from the meeting room while the item is being considered, and abstaining from the vote on the matter. The recusal requirement applies only to contributions made to the City Council Member for their current elected position and not to any prior elected positions held. In the event a quorum cannot be obtained because of recusals pursuant to this section, abstention is not required, and the impacted City Council Members may remain in the meeting room and debate and vote on the matter as long as the nature of the conflict of interest is fully disclosed on the record. Page 322 of 323 June 24, 2021 Item No. 12.1. Council Reports on Committees, Boards, and Commissions Sponsor:City Council Reviewed By CBC:City Council Agenda Caption:A Council Member may make a report regarding meetings of City Council boards and commissions or meetings of boards and committees on which a Council Member serves as a representative that have met since the last council meeting. (Committees listed in Coversheet) Relationship to Strategic Goals: Good Governance Recommendation(s): Review meetings attended. Summary: Animal Shelter Board, Arts Council of Brazos Valley, Architectural Advisory Committee, Audit Committee, Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Greenways Advisory Board, Bio-Corridor Board of Adjustments, Brazos County Health Dept., Brazos Valley Council of Governments, Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation, Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce, Budget and Finance Committee, BVSWMA, BVWACS, Census Committee Group, Compensation and Benefits Committee, Experience Bryan-College Station, Design Review Board, Economic Development Committee, Gulf Coast Strategic Highway Coalition, Historic Preservation Committee, Interfaith Dialogue Association, Intergovernmental Committee, Joint Relief Funding Review Committee, Landmark Commission, Library Board, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Operation Restart, Parks and Recreation Board, Planning and Zoning Commission, Research Valley Technology Council, Regional Transportation Committee for Council of Governments, Sister Cities Association, Spring Creek Local Government Corporation, Transportation and Mobility Committee, TAMU Student Senate, Texas Municipal League, Walk with the Mayor, YMCA, Zoning Board of Adjustments. (Notice of Agendas posted on City Hall bulletin board.) Budget & Financial Summary: None. Attachments: None Page 323 of 323