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TEMPLE CITY COUNCIL AUGUST 21, 2008 The City Council of the City of Temple, Texas conducted a Special Meeting on Thursday, August 21, 2008 at 3:30 pm in the 3rd Floor Conference Room, 2 North Main Street. Present: Councilmember Marty Janczak Councilmember Tony Jeter Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna Councilmember Russell Schneider Mayor William A. Jones, III 1.

Discuss draft ordinance regarding amendments to Section 13 of the Zoning Ordinance relating to Fence and Wall Regulations, Display for Sale, and Open Storage. David Blackburn, City Manager, stated the Council has been provided with a draft ordinance relating to fence and wall regulations. This document will be used to begin discussions with stakeholders, which will take place over the next 30 days. Following stakeholder review, the ordinance will be presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission then come back to the City Council for consideration in early November.

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Discuss proposed renaming/dual naming of the planned Outer Loop as Research Parkway. David Blackburn, City Manager, reminded the Council about the previous request from the Temple Economic Development Corporation to rename the portion of Old Howard Road from McLane Parkway to FM 2305 as Research Parkway. The item was tabled at the first reading before the Council. Staff is now looking at the possibility of dual naming this roadway from North IH-35 to FM 2305. Verbal approval from the United States Post Office has been received regarding the dual naming. All property owners along this roadway have been notified of the proposed name change and some comments and objections have been received. This item will come forward to the Council in the near future, Mr. Blackburn stated.

3.

Discuss Preliminary FY 09 budget issues, including City’s Solid Waste services. David Blackburn, City Manager, stated solid waste collection services were discussed at length during the July 31st Council work session. At that time, the Council requested additional information, which will be provided today. Bruce Butscher, Director of Public Works, began with a discussion of the Solid Waste Division’s current policies and practices as they relate to bulk waste. He also presented some additional considerations for bulk operations if separate charges are to be implemented. An additional collection route driver would be needed, as well as four

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additional office personnel and a brush/bulk truck. The cost per stop would be $13.24 based on changes due to implementing a fee for bulk charges. An alternative scenario was presented which assumed a 50% decrease in bulk set outs. Under that scenario the cost would increase to $21.41 per stop, based on the proposed two times per month pickup schedule. The other issue discussed was the creation of west and south Temple drop off locations and the problems with having unmanned sites. Councilmember Schneider stated he felt the people who use the bulk pickup should pay for the service instead of increasing the solid waste rates by $1.25 per month. Councilmember Jeter stated he did not want the bulk items to sit out for two weeks. He would like to see immediate pickups with the customer being charged enough to cover the City’s costs. Mayor Pro Tem Luna stated if the City charges too much for bulk service people will just dump the items anywhere. She favored charging a single fee to everyone for all of the services provided. Councilmember Jeter stated he is okay with the brush but would like to see the bulk items picked up quicker. Councilmember Janczak stated he does not think there is much of a problem. The Solid Waste Division does a good job and he’s not seeing any piles sitting around. He added he was opposed to any additional capital costs and agreed it would be an administrative burden on the staff to bill for these charges. Mayor Pro Tem Luna concurred with Councilmember Janczak’s comments. The consensus was to continue charging for over size brush and bulk, as is the current policy, but not to add any additional fees. The Council also discussed how to educate citizens on the need to separate brush and bulk items. Mayor Jones requested customers be allowed to leave brush and bulk items out the week before their scheduled pick up date without being charged out of cycle, up to a maximum of 7 days. Councilmember Jeter stated 7 days was better than 2 or 3 weeks but the City needs to collect the fees assessed and not waive them. 4.

Discuss third quarter financial results for Fiscal Year 2008. Traci Barnard, Director of Finance, provided a brief overview of the third quarter financials. She highlighted some of the significant General Fund revenues and provided an analysis of sales tax, fuel prices and utility costs. Mrs. Barnard also discussed the General Fund forecast and outlook to September 30, 2008. Other funds reviewed were the Water and Wastewater Fund, including operating revenues and expenses and water consumption. Mrs. Barnard also provided a brief review of the

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Hotel-Motel Tax Fund, Drainage Fund, Capital Improvement Program, and the City’s investments. 5.

Discuss, as may be needed, Regular Meeting agenda items for the meeting posted for Thursday, August 21, 2008. There was no discussion of this item.

The City Council of the City of Temple, Texas conducted a Regular Meeting on Thursday, August 21, 2008 at 5:00 PM in the Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 2nd Floor, 2 North Main Street. Present: Councilmember Marty Janczak Councilmember Tony Jeter Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna Councilmember Russell Schneider Mayor William A. Jones, III I.

CALL TO ORDER 1.

Invocation Reverend Shelton C. Rhodes, Greater Zion Church of God in Christ, voiced the Invocation.

2.

Pledge of Allegiance Mr. Tom Heard led the Pledge of Allegiance.

II.

PUBLIC COMMENTS Betty Elliott, 305 East Xavier Avenue, apologized to the Council for her questions about the cameras which she thought were for red light enforcement. She has been informed they are for regulation of the traffic signals only.

III.

PROCLAMATIONS & SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS 3.

Recognize Mr. Tom Heard for his contributions to the Santa Fe Depot. Ken Cicora, Director of Parks and Leisure Services, recognized Mr. Tom Heard for his many contributions to the Santa Fe Depot, including the restoration of three railroad cars over a four-month period. He also contributed funds to allow the floor in the Amtrak Station to be replaced.

IV.

BUDGET ITEMS

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PUBLIC HEARING - Conduct the second of two public hearings to receive comments on the proposed tax rate of 55.95 cents per $100 valuation for fiscal year 2009 (2008 tax year), and announce meeting to adopt the proposed tax rate on August 28, 2008. David Blackburn, City Manager, reviewed the remaining budget calendar dates. Traci Barnard, Director of Finance, provided an overview of the total proposed budget. She also discussed the changes to the proposed budget since filed by the City Manager in June 2008. The tax rate is proposed at $0.5595 per $100 valuation, with $0.3322 for maintenance and operations and interest and sinking of $0.2273. With the proposed tax rate of $0.5595, the homeowner would see a decrease of $0.71 per month if there is no change in the taxable value. The taxes would increase by $1.58 if the average increase in taxable value of 4.92% is realized. Mrs. Barnard also compared the proposed tax rate to the effective tax, which has been within 2.99% for the past four years. A tax rate comparison with surrounding cities was reviewed, as well as the City's tax rate base history. The new market value for 2008 is $146,967,921, with new taxable market value of $128,518,459. Mayor Jones declared the public hearing to be open with regard to agenda item 4 and asked if anyone wished to address this item. There being no comments, Mayor Jones closed the public hearing. Mayor Jones stated the special meeting to adopt the proposed tax rate will be held on Thursday, August 28, 2008, 5:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers.

V.

CONSENT AGENDA 5.

Consider adopting a resolution approving the Consent Agenda items and the appropriate resolutions for each of the following: (A) August 7, 2008 Special Called Meeting and Regular Meeting (B) 2008-5476-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing the purchase of a John Deere skid steer 328 (skid loader) from Coufal-Prater Equipment of Temple through the BuyBoard local government online purchasing cooperative, in the amount of $33,043.22 (C) 2008-5477-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing a contract with Perry Office Plus for the purchase of office supplies with estimated annual expenditures in the amount of $160,000. (D) 2008-5478-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing a construction contract with Chaney-Cox Construction, Inc. of Temple for the expansion of the Summit Recreation Center in the amount of $1,332,844. (E) 2008-5479-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing an amendment to

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the professional services agreement with Kasberg, Patrick & Associates, LP, (KPA) for engineering services required to design improvements necessary to address the solids removal and disposal process from the Membrane Water Treatment Plant waste stream in an amount not to exceed $483,958. (F) 2008-5480-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing a professional services agreement with Kasberg, Patrick & Associates, LP, (KPA) for engineering services required to design Tarver Road Extension to Outer Loop Phase 3 for an amount not to exceed $176,000. (G) 2008-5481-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing a beautification agreement with Misty Creek Development, Inc., for the right-of-way and median along FM 93 adjacent to the Misty Creek Subdivision. (H) 2008-5449-R: Consider adopting a resolution (1) authorizing amendments to existing City leases with McLane Company, Inc., and RDM Commerce, Inc., that allow the exchange of hangar 19 (transferring from RDM to McLane) and hangar 23 (transferring from McLane to RDM); and (2) authorizing a new lease agreement with RDM that will combine their newly assigned leasehold interest in hangar 23 with a previously authorized ground lease on Lot 23-A for the construction of a new hangar. (I) 1. 2008-4242: SECOND READING - Consider adopting an ordinance amending the Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone No. 1 Financing Plan for FY 2008-2022 to include redesignation of projects within the Project Plan and future year bond payments. 2.

2008-5482-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing a construction contract with Westar Construction, Inc. of Georgetown for the creation of a Greenbelt Park and Trail within the Reinvestment Zone No. 1 boundaries in the amount of $2,207,073.20.

(J) 2008-4244: SECOND READING - Consider adopting an ordinance reestablishing the regulations for metal façade residential primary and accessory buildings, and amending the City of Temple Zoning Ordinance, Section 13-200, "Regulations for Metal Façade Residential Primary and Accessory Buildings," to delete Section 7, "Sunset Review." (K) 2008-5483-R: P-FY-08-52: Consider adopting a resolution approving the final plat of Cuevas Hickman Subdivision, 2 lots on 10.13 ± acres, a single family residential subdivision on the east side of Bob White Road, north of FM 3117 and south of the Tower Road/Bob White Road intersection, in Temple’s Eastern ETJ, with approval of the applicants’ requested exceptions to Subdivision Ordinance for street paving, fire protection and suppression, sidewalks and park land dedication fee. (L) 2008-5484-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing a street use

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license for the continuation of an existing 2 foot encroachment of the EZ Tire & Lube building into the 20’ wide alley at the rear of Lot 8, Block 2, Eugenia Terrace, at 1402 South 1st Street/Veteran’s Memorial Drive. (M) 2008-5485-R: Consider adopting a resolution approving third quarter financial results for Fiscal Year 2008. (N) 2008-5486-R: Consider adopting amendments for fiscal year 2007-2008.

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Motion by Councilmember Marty Janczak to adopt resolution approving Consent Agenda, with exception of item (M), seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna. Motion passed unanimously. (M) 2008-5485-R: Consider adopting a resolution approving third quarter financial results for Fiscal Year 2008. Traci Barnard, Director of Finance, provided a brief overview of the General Fund revenues and expenditures, highlighting sales tax and the General Fund forecast at year end. The General Fund fund balance was also reviewed, noting an anticiated addition at year end of $1,093,998 for an estimated balance of $3,075,046. This balance will be used for capital improvements, SIZ improvements, and TEDC matrix funding. The outlook to September 30, 2008 was reviewed as it relates to sales tax, fuel costs, and electric utilities. Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna to adopt resolution approving Consent Agenda item (M), seconded by Councilmember Russell Schneider. Motion passed unanimously. ORDINANCES 6.

(A) 2008-4245: FIRST READING - PUBLIC HEARING - Z-FY-08-32-A: Consider adopting an ordinance authorizing an amendment to the South Temple Comprehensive Plan to reflect Moderate Density Residential uses on 21.5 ± acres situated in the George Givens Survey, Abstract No. 345, with platted land recorded as Bird Creek Valley VI and Bird Creek Valley Phase 4-Plexes Phase III.

(B) 2008-4246: FIRST READING - PUBLIC HEARING - Z-FY-08-32-B: Consider adopting an ordinance authorizing a zoning change from Commercial (6.1 ac.), General Retail (1.2 ac.), Multiple-Family Two (11.2 ac.) and Single-Family Attached Districts (3.0 ac.) to Two-Family District on 21.5 ± acres situated in the George Givens Survey, Abstract No 345, with platted land recorded as Bird Creek Valley VI and Bird Creek Valley Phase 4-Plexes Phase III.

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Tim Dolan, Planning Director, presented items 6(A) and (B) to the Council. He stated the preliminary plat shows 52 residential lots and the applicant is aware of existing fault lines and soil settling in the area. Mr. Dolan displayed aerial maps and photos of the surrounding uses. He also showed the land use map. Three of the four existing zoning districts allow duplex construction. Twenty one notices were mailed to surrounding property owners, with two being received in approval and four in disapproval. The Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously recommended approval of amending the South Temple Comprehensive Plan and voted unanimously in favor of the requested rezoning, with the exception of the area currently zoned SF-A, which Mr. Dolan displayed on a map. Mr. Dolan noted there are no capital improvement projects proposed for this roadway. There are existing problems with drainage, with water standing in excess of 5 or 6 inches. This issue will be discussed further with the platting of the property. Michael Newman, Assistant Director of Public Works, stated they are trying to address street flooding by collecting drainage on the up-hill side and are working with the applicant’s engineers, Clark and Fuller. Mayor Jones stated if the Planning and Zoning recommendation is accepted the applicant can do what they want with the exception of the SF-A area. Mayor Jones declared the public hearing open with regard to agenda items 6(A) and (B) and asked if anyone wished to address these items. Wayne Pope, 3117 Arrowhead, addressed the Council. He stated this is a 32 year old neighborhood. He favors single family neighborhoods and expressed his concerns with the street and water drainage issues. Mr. Pope stated his real concern is with the SF-A area, which is all downhill and low where the houses would be located. He asked the Council to look at street and creek improvements and not allow development until infrastructure is improved to protect existing homeowners. Cy Long, a member of the group working on this project, asked that the zoning be tabled to allow a flood study to be prepared. They will invite the residents in this area to an open meeting to share thoughts about the proposed project. Councilmember Janczak asked what they would be doing with the house slabs. Mr. Long discussed the piers that would be used in construction, making the cost about $40,000 per slab. Howard Birkholz, 3709 Arrowhead Drive, stated he would like this area to stay single family. He is also concerned with flooding and the amount of water that will be added to the existing development. If the traffic is increased on the road it will create a hazard. Tom Huber, 4809 Arrowhead, stated his house is actually zoned retail and he would like to have it rezoned to Single Family.

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There being no further comments, Mayor Jones closed the public hearing. Motion by Councilmember Russell Schneider to adopt ordinance presented in item 6(A), with second reading set for September 4, 2008, Motion failed due to lack of second. Councilmember Janczak stated he is hearing opposition from the citizens and he asked Mr. Dolan to explain again what is being requested with this Comprehensive Plan amendment. Mr. Dolan replied the amendment would change the non-residential uses to moderate density residential. Councilmember Schneider stated the amendment would not change what can be done in that area today and Mr. Dolan concurred. Mr. Graham stated no action was taken on the Comprehensive Plan amendment and the applicant has requested the rezoning request be tabled at this time. If the rezoning item comes back to Council in the future, he would recommend reconsideration of the Comprehensive Plan amendment at that time. The amendment would bring this area into conformance with the existing uses. Mr. Dolan added the proposed Comprehensive Plan to be adopted by the Council very soon shows this area to be medium density residential also. Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna to table ordinance presented in item 6(B) as requested by applicant, seconded by Councilmember Russell Schneider. Motion passed unanimously. 7.

(A) 2008-4247: FIRST READING - PUBLIC HEARING - Z-FY-08-36-A: Consider adopting an ordinance authorizing an amendment to the West Temple Comprehensive Plan from low density residential to commercial uses on a1.4 ± acre tract of land out of the G.W. Lindsey Survey, Abstract No. 513, located on the south side of FM 2305, west of Green Park Drive.

(B) 2008-4248: FIRST READING - PUBLIC HEARING - Z-FY-08-36-B -Consider adopting an ordinance authorizing a zoning change from Agricultural District to Commercial District on 1.4 ± acres of land out of the G.W. Lindsey Survey, Abstract No. 513, located on the south side of FM 2305, west of Green Park Drive. Tim Dolan, Planning Director, presented items 7(A) and (B) to the Council. He showed the Future Land Use map and aerial photos of the property. Seven notices were mailed to surrounding property owners, with one being returned in approval and none in opposition. The Planning and Zoning Commission and staff recommend approval of the land use map amendment. Regarding the requested rezoning to Commercial in item (B), the Planning and Zoning

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Commission recommended, by a vote of 6-0, General Retail (GR) because the proposed use of the dance studio is allowed in GR. Mayor Jones declared the public hearing open with regard to agenda items 7(A) and (B) and asked if anyone wished to address these items. There being no comments, Mayor Jones closed the public hearing. Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna to adopt ordinances presented in items 7 (A) and (B), with second reading set for September 4, 2008, seconded by Councilmember Russell Schneider. Councilmember Janczak questioned why the Council would not concur with the Planning and Zoning Commission recommendation. Mr. Dolan stated the Planning Commission recommended General Retail zoning. Mayor Jones asked if the motion was to approve the applicant’s requested rezoning to Commercial or General Retail as recommended by the Planning Commission. Mayor Pro Tem Luna stated her intent was to approve the Planning Commission recommendation for General Retail zoning. Mr. Dolan explained that the dance studio use could occur in either the Commercial or General Retail zoning districts. The Planning Commission recommended General Retail because it is more limiting in the uses allowed. He noted some of the uses allowed in Commercial zoning districts. Mayor Pro Tem Luna asked that her original motion be withdrawn and Councilmember Schneider withdrew his second to that motion. Motion by Councilmember Russell Schneider to adopt ordinance presented in item 7(A), and adopt ordinance 7(B) approving rezoning from Agricultural District to General Retail, as recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission, seconded by Councilmember Marty Janczak. Motion passed unanimously. 8.

2008-4249: FIRST READING - PUBLIC HEARING - Consider adopting an ordinance establishing school crosswalks and setting speed limits within school zones to conform to school schedules. Michael Newman, Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer, presented this item to the Council. He explained staff typically brings this ordinance forward to approve school crossings. This request is actually for a one-way street, depicted on the map provided to Council, in front of Dixon School. Mr. Newman noted the times the street would be one-way. There are no changes in the posted speed limits. Two residences will be affected as they are across from the school.

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Mayor Jones declared the public hearing open with regard to agenda item 8 and asked if anyone wished to address this item. There being no comments, Mayor Jones closed the public hearing. Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna to adopt ordinance, with second reading set for September 4, 2008, seconded by Councilmember Marty Janczak. Motion passed unanimously. 9.

2008-4250: FIRST READING - PUBLIC HEARING - Consider adopting an ordinance re-establishing the Special Revenue Drainage Fund. Michael Newman, Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer, presented this item to the Council. The Drainage Fund was originally established in 1998 and required a 5-year sunset review. This occurred in 2003 and the ordinance was readopted at that time with a second sunset review in 5 years. Mr. Newman reviewed the proposed amendments to the Drainage Fund ordinance, noting that fees will be removed from the ordinance and set by resolution following second reading of this ordinance. Mr. Newman added the 5-year sunset provision will also be removed from the ordinance to assist with future bonding capabilities. Mayor Jones declared the public hearing open with regard to agenda item 9 and asked if anyone wished to address this item. There being no comments, Mayor Jones closed the public hearing. Motion by Councilmember Marty Janczak to adopt ordinance, with second reading set for September 4, 2008, seconded by Councilmember Russell Schneider. Motion passed unanimously.

VI.

REGULAR AGENDA BOARD APPOINTMENTS 10.

2008-5487: Consider adopting a resolution appointing members to the following City boards and commissions: (A) Airport Advisory Board - two members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2011 It was recommended that Brad Phillips and William Maedgen be appointed to the Airport Advisory Board. Motion by Councilmember Marty Janczak to approve appointments as

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recommended, seconded by Councilmember Russell Schneider. Motion passed unanimously. (B) Animal Services Advisory Board - two members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2011 and appoint Chair for the period of September 1, 2008 through August 31, 2009 It was recommended that Barbara Brown and Mayor Pro Tem Patsy Luna be reappointed to the Animal Services Advisory Board and that Walter Hetzel be appointed Chair for the upcoming year. Motion by Councilmember Russell Schneider to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Councilmember Marty Janczak. Motion passed unanimously. (C) Civil Service Commission - one member to fill expiring term through September 1, 2011 It was recommended that Gary DeSalvo be reappointed to the Civil Service Commission. Motion by Councilmember Russell Schneider to approve appointment as recommended, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna. Motion passed unanimously. (D) Community Services Advisory Board - three members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2011 It was recommended that Jody Donaldson and Steve Rublee be reappointed and that Melissa Tyroch be appointed to the Community Services Advisory Board. Motion by Councilmember Russell Schneider to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna. Motion passed unanimously. (E) Development Standards Advisory Board - three members to fill expiring terms through March 1, 2011

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It was recommended that Michael Brock, Charles Lucko and Kenny Paysse be appointed to the Development Standards Advisory Board. Motion by Councilmember Russell Schneider to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna. Motion passed unanimously. (F) Library Board - three members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2011 It was recommended that Dean Mohlstrom and Don Nelson be reappointed and that Ron Heuss be appointed to the Library Board. Motion by Councilmember Tony Jeter to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna. Motion passed unanimously. (G) Planning & Zoning Commission - three members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2011 It was recommended that Jack Barton, Marvin Hurd and Ashley Dusek be appointed to the Planning and Zoning Commission. Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Councilmember Russell Schneider. Motion passed unanimously. (H) Reinvestment Zone No. 1 Board of Directors - three members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2010 It was recommended that Bruce Walker, Gail Peek and Mike Thompson be reappointed to the Reinvestment Zone No. 1 Board of Directors. Motion by Councilmember Russell Schneider to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna. Motion passed unanimously. (I) Temple Economic Development Corporation - three members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2011

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It was recommended that Kenny Martin and Joe Bray be reappointed as Chamber of Commerce representatives and that Gary Schmidt be reappointed as the Reinvestment Zone No. 1 representative. Councilmember Jeter expressed his concern with reappointing Gary Schmidt as this would allow him to serve a total of nine years. Many applications have been received from citizens requesting service on this board. Mayor Jones explained that Mr. Schmidt served several years in a standing position as the Reinvestment Zone No. 1 Chair. Mr. Schmidt also serves as Troy ISD’s representative on the Reinvestment Zone No. 1 Board of Directors and on the Airport Advisory Board as a TEDC representative. Councilmember Janczak stated Bob Browder was also suggested as a possible member by the TEDC Board. Clydette Entzminger, City Secretary, stated Mr. Browder could not be appointed to fill Mr. Schmidt’s term since this is a Reinvestment Zone No. 1 representative position and Mr. Browder is not on the Reinvestment Zone Board of Directors. Motion by Councilmember Russell Schneider to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Councilmember Marty Janczak. Councilmember Tony Jeter and Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna voted nay. The other Councilmembers voted aye. The motion passed. (J) Temple Public Safety Advisory Board - five members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2011 It was recommended that Karl Kolbe, Gerald Richmond, Stephen Paine and Benny Ismaili be reappointed and that Lisa Skinner be appointed to the Temple Public Safety Advisory Board. Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Councilmember Russell Schneider. Motion passed unanimously. (K) Transit Advisory Committee - four members to fill expiring terms through September 1, 2010 and one member to fill an unexpired term through September 1, 2009

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It was recommended that Vickie Gideon, Shirley Mason, Cheryl Robinson and Stephen Paine be reappointed and that James Staats be appointed to fill an unexpired term through September 1, 2009. Motion by Councilmember Marty Janczak to approve appointments as recommended, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna. Motion passed unanimously. VI.

REGULAR AGENDA -ADDENDUM RESOLUTIONS 11.

2008-5475-R: Consider adopting a resolution authorizing a Chapter 380 development agreement with the potential developers of a tract of land in south Temple north of FM 93 and east of South 31st Street to provide for the development of that property and the conveyance of certain right-ofway and infrastructure to the City. Jonathan Graham, City Attorney, recommended no action be taken regarding this item. Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Patsy E. Luna to take no action at this time, seconded by Councilmember Marty Janczak. Motion passed unanimously. ________________________ William A. Jones, III, Mayor

ATTEST: ____________________ Clydette Entzminger City Secretary

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