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HomeMy WebLinkAboutMIN 07.12.2022 CC-RMinutes of a Meeting of the Governing Body of the City of Georgetown, Texas Tuesday, July 12, 2022 Prior to calling the meeting to order, an invocation may be performed. The Georgetown City Council will meet on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, at 6:00 PM at 510 W. 9th Street Georgetown, Texas 78626, Council and Courts Building. The City of Georgetown is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you require assistance in participating at a public meeting due to a disability, as defined under the ADA, reasonable assistance, adaptations, or accommodations will be provided upon request. Please contact the City Secretary's Office, at least three (3) days prior to the scheduled meeting date, at (512) 930-3652 or City Hall at 808 Martin Luther King, Jr Street for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. Mayor Schroeder called the meeting to order at 6:06 p.m. The following Council Members were in attendance: Mayor Josh Schroeder; Amanda Parr, Council Member District 1; Shawn Hood, Council Member District 2; Mike Triggs, Council Member District 3; Ron Garland, Council Member District 4; Kevin Pitts, Council Member District 5 and Mayor Pro Tem; Jake French, Council Member District 6; and Ben Stewart, Council Member District 7. A quorum of Council Members was present in Council Chambers. Regular Session (This Regular session may, at any time, be recessed to convene an Executive Session for any purpose authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code 551.) A. Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance - French led both pledges. Comments from the Mayor - National Parks and Recreation Month Proclamation - Promotion of Sgt. Craig Ryan - Recognition of Georgetown High School Baseball Team Announcements Action from Executive Session There were no actions out of Executive Session. Public Wishing to Address Council On a subject that is posted on this agenda: Please fill out a speaker registration form which can be found on the table at the entrance to the Council Chamber. Clearly print your name and the letter of the item on which you wish to speak and present it to the City Secretary on the dais, prior to the start of the meeting. You will be called forward to speak when the Council considers that item. Only persons who have delivered the speaker form prior to the meeting being called to order may speak. Speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to speak. On a sub'ject not posted on the a rem: An individual may address the Council at a regular City Council meeting by contacting the City Secretary no later than noon on the Wednesday prior to the Tuesday meeting, with the individual's name and a brief description of the subject to be addressed. Only those persons who have submitted a timely request will be allowed to speak. The City Secretary can be reached at (512) 931-7715 or cs@)georgetown.org. Speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to speak. B. At the time of posting, no one had signed up to speak. Statutory Consent Agenda The Statutory Consent Agenda includes non -controversial and routine items that may be acted upon with one single vote. An item may be pulled from the Consent Agenda in order that it be discussed and acted upon individually as part of the Regular Agenda. C. Consideration and possible action to approve meeting minutes for the Workshop and Regular Meetings held on June 28, 2022 -- Robyn Densmore, City Secretary D. Consideration and possible action to appoint Joey Carlton to the Housing Advisory Board to fill a vacancy -- Mayor Josh Schroeder E. Consideration and possible action to appoint Eillene Johnson to the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC) to fill a vacancy -- Mayor Josh Schroeder F. Consideration and possible action to appoint Robert Case to the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO) to fill a vacancy -- Mayor Josh Schroeder G. Consideration and possible action to approve a grant application to the Texas Commission on the Arts for a Performance Support Grant for Texas Touring Roster Artist and musician Sue Foley to perform at the inaugural South Main Arts Festival -- Amanda Still, Arts and Culture Coordinator; and Kim Mcauliffe, Interim Economic Development Director H. Consideration and possible action to approve a grant application to the National Endowment for the Arts for an Our Town Grant to provide supplemental funding for performance space and public art in the City Center project -- Kim Mcauliffe, Interim Economic Development Director; and Amanda Still, Arts and Culture Coordinator I. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution formally adopting the City's Parks and Recreation Department Cost Recovery Policy -- Kimberly Garrett, Parks and Recreation Director J. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution conditionally authorizing the acceptance of a Drainage easement in the Isaac Donagan Survey, Abstract No. 178, from H4 Georgetown, LP upon resolution of any outstanding title matters, and to authorize the City Manager to execute any related agreements -- Lauren Boenig, Real Estate Services Coordinator K. Consideration and possible action to approve the sale of a temporary construction easement across City of Georgetown property located at 505 WESTBURY LN, to Leila & Richard Ortega, for construction access during pool installation, and to authorize the City Manager to execute the same -- Lauren Boenig, Real Estate Services Coordinator L. Consideration and possible action to approve a property tax abatement agreement between GAF Energy LLC, Longhorn Junction Owner (TX) LP, and the City of Georgetown -- David Morgan, City Manager M. Consideration and possible action to approve an economic development incentive agreement between GAF Energy and the City of Georgetown -- David Morgan, City Manager N. Forwarded from Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO): Consideration and possible action to approve an economic development incentive agreement between GAF Energy and GEDCO -- David Morgan, City Manager O. Forwarded from the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO): Consideration and possible action to approve an economic development agreement with Loram Technologies, Inc. -- David Morgan, City Manager P. Second Reading of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, consenting to the creation of an in -city Municipal Utility District (MUD) to be known as Woodside Municipal Utility District No. 1 and approving a Consent Agreement and Related Agreements concerning Woodside Municipal Utility District No. 1, also known locally as the Madison Tract, located in the City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, and consisting of approximately 486 acres generally situated south of Ronald Reagan Boulevard, east of the Sun City subdivision, and north of the Shady Oaks Estates subdivision; repealing conflicting ordinances and resolutions; including a severability clause; and establishing an effective date -- Nick Woolery, Assistant City Manager Q. Second Reading of an ordinance on a request for a Zoning Map Amendment to rezone approximately 486.3 acres out of the Burrell Eaves Survey abstract 216 and Lemuel Walters Survey Abstract 653 from the Residential Single Family (RS), Low Density Multi -family 1 (MF-1), and Local Commercial (Cl) zoning district to a Planned Unit Development District (PUD) zoning district, for the property generally located at 4565 Hwy 195 (2021-18-PUD) -- Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director - Current Planning Item Q was pulled for discussion on the Legislative Regulation portion of the agenda due to slight change made since the first reading. Motion by Pitts to approve the Consent Agenda, with the exception of Item Q as presented, second by French. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. Legislative Regular Agenda Q. Second Reading of an ordinance on a request for a Zoning Map Amendment to rezone approximately 486.3 acres out of the Burrell Eaves Survey abstract 216 and Lemuel Walters Survey Abstract 653 from the Residential Single Family (RS), Low Density Multi -family 1 (MF-1), and Local Commercial (C1) zoning district to a Planned Unit Development District (PUD) zoning district, for the property generally located at 4565 Hwy 195 (2021-18-PUD) -- Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director - Current Planning Baird presented the item and noted the slight change since the first reading to allow the applicant to use wood slats in fencing. Baird read the caption. Motion by Pitts to approve the proposed Ordinance on Second Reading, with the amended language in Paragraph N of the Development Plan, Exhibit C to the Ordinance as presented, second by Garland. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. R. Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP) for Indoor Self -Storage in the Local Commercial (C-1) zoning district on the property located at 1301 NE Inner Loop, bearing the legal description of 7.31 acres in the John Berry Survey, Abstract 51 (2022-4-SUP) -- Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director - Current Planning Baird presented the item and reviewed the Location Map, Aerial Map, Future Land Use Map/Overall Transportation Plan Map, Zoning Map, SUP explanation, site plan, and how the application complies or partially complies with all aspects of the approval criteria of UDC Section 3.07.030. He added that public notifications were sent and to date staff has received zero comments and at their June 7, 2022, meeting, the Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval of the request with a 6-0 vote. Baird read the caption. Aneil Naik with the Drenner Group presented and reviewed the exiting street view, proposed area, existing Aerial photograph, notifications sent, interactions with neighbors, and an example of the product. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed the public hearing at 6:29 p.m. as there were no speakers. Motion by Stewart to approve the item as presented, second by Pitts. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. S. Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP) for Indoor Self -Storage in the Local Commercial (C-1) zoning district on the property located at 2701 East University Avenue, bearing the legal description of 3.42 acres in the William Addison Survey, Abstract No. 21 (2022-2-SUP) -- Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director - Current Planning Baird presented the item and reviewed the Location Map, Aerial Map, Future Land Use/Overall Transportation Plan Map, Zoning Map, SUP explanation, Site Plan, and how the application complies with all aspects of the approval criteria of UDC Section 3.07.030. He added that public notifications were sent and to date staff had received zero responses. Baird noted that at their June 7, 2022, meeting, the Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval of the request with a 6-0 vote with the following conditions: a minimum of 8,495 square feet of commercial space for C-1 uses will be provided as generally shown on the conceptual plan; and the design of the structure will provide the articulation and architectural features as generally shown on the rendering from the applicant's presentation. Baird read the Ordinance caption. General discussion among Council and staff regarding the following: how best to make the motion to show the recommendations laid out by P&Z; clarification on zoning; and exact location of the storage above and behind retail. Phong Do with Vision 360 presented and provided architectural renderings, site plan, and explanation of the project. General discussion among Council and staff regarding the following: inclusion of retail in the project; other projects done by the applicant; location of the entrance to the storage facility; and use of native plants. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed the public hearing at 6:42 p.m. as there were no speakers. Motion by Parr to approve the item as presented, second by Hood. General discussion where French explained his concerns with the project and why he will not support it and Pitts explained his reasons for supporting the project. Vote on motion: Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - No Stewart - Yes Approved 6-1 (French opposed). T. Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance for the voluntary annexation of a 18.522- acre tract out of the Joseph Fish Survey Abstract No. 332 and a portion of right -of way on Crockett Garden Road with an initial zoning of Public Facility (PF) zoning district for the property generally located 270 feet north of Crocket Garden Road and 430 feet west of Cedar Breaks Road (2022-5-ANX) -- Nat Waggoner, Assistant Planning Director - Long Range Waggoner presented the item and reviewed the Location Map, Aerial Map, Future Land Use/Overall Transportation Plan Map, Mixed Density Neighborhood (MDN) explanation, land use ratios for MDN, Zoning Map, Public Facilities (PF) explanation, existing water and wastewater treatment plants, and how the application complies or partially complies with all aspects of the approval criteria of UDC Sections 3.25.030 and 3.06.03. He added that public notifications were sent and to date staff has received zero comments; and at their June 7th meeting, the Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval of the request with a 5-0 vote. Waggoner read the Ordinance caption. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed the public hearing at 6:51 p.m. as there were no speakers. Motion by French to approve the item as presented, second by Hood. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. U. Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Zoning Map Amendment to rezone 27.14 acres in the John Berry Survey, Abstract 51 from the Agriculture (AG) zoning district to the General Commercial (C-3) zoning district and 44.870 acres in the John Berry Survey, Abstract 51 from the Agriculture (AG) zoning district to the Low -Density Multi - Family (MF-1) zoning district, for the property generally located at 350 State Highway 195 (2022-3-REZ) -- Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director - Current Planning Baird presented the item and reviewed the Location Map, Aerial Map, existing and proposed layout, Low Density Multi Family (MF-1) explanation, General Commercial (C-3) explanation, Future Land Use/Overall Transportation Plan Map, Neighborhood (NH) explanation, and how the application complies or partially complies with all aspects of the approval criteria for UDC Section 3.06.030. He added that public notices were sent and to date staff have received zero comments; and at their May 3, 2022, meeting, the Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval of the request with a 4-2 vote. Baird read the Ordinance caption. General discussion among Council and staff regarding wastewater concerns and the need for a solution to be in place; location of the nearby Jackson Shaw development; and appropriate future uses for the area. Chelsea Irby with Halff Associates presented and reviewed the following: zoning; future land use; how the applicant is proposing new zoning acreage based on P&Z feedback; Overall Concept Plan; site plan; residential architecture; on -site amenities; connected open space; and infrastructure. General discussion among Council and staff regarding the following: current project partners; commercial interest; rental property; parking for the residents; and plan for doing 10 units per acre. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed the public hearing at 7:10 p.m. as there were no speakers. Motion by Hood to approve the item as presented, second by Parr. This motion was withdrawn to allow for a motion that would provide the needed language to show the new acreage amounts. Motion by Pitts to approve the Ordinance as presented, subject to the reduction in acreage of the rezoning on the General Commercial (C-3) zoning district from 27 acres to 16 acres; and a reduction of the Low Density Multi -Family (MF-1) zoning district from 44 acres to 26 acres, second by Parr. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. V. Public Hearing and First Reading on a proposed Text Amendment to the Unified Development Code (UDC) relating to the Automotive Sales and Service standards specifically as it pertains to Repair and Service, Fuel Sales, and Car Wash standards and requirements -- Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director -Current Planning; and Patrick Collins, Senior Planner Baird presented the item and reviewed the item summary; background on auto related uses; issues discussed by Council in February of 2022; existing use types; permitting; commercial uses allowed by districts for automotive sales and services; proposed language changes for fuel sales; proposed language changes for car washes; and the amendment process Baird read the Ordinance caption. General discussion among Council and staff regarding if auto parts stores should be part of retail. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed the public hearing at 7:18 p.m. as there were no speakers. Motion by Triggs to approve the item as presented, second by Garland. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. W. First Reading of an Ordinance ordering a Special Election to be held on November 8, 2022 for the purpose of seeking voter response to the proposition of "The Reauthorization of the Local Sales and Use Tax in the City of Georgetown, Texas, at the Rate of One -Fourth of One Percent to Continue Providing Revenue for Maintenance and Repair of Municipal Streets", providing for the City to contract with the Williamson County Elections Administrator to conduct said Election, making other provisions relating to the Election and providing an effective date -- Robyn Densmore, City Secretary and Wesley Wright, Systems Engineering Director Densmore presented the item and reviewed the previous voter approvals for the renewal and current status of roach projects. Densmore read the Ordinance caption. Motion by Pitts to approve the item as presented, second by Garland. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. Executive Session In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon's Texas Codes, Annotated, the items listed below will be discussed in closed session and are subject to action in the regular session. X. Sec. 551.071: Consultation with Attorney Advice from attorney about pending or contemplated litigation and other matters on which the attorney has a duty to advise the City Council, including agenda items - Litigation Update Sec. 551.072: Deliberations about Real Property - Potential lease of office space - 295 SE Inner Loop Sec. 551.086: Certain Public Power Utilities: Competitive Matters - Purchased Power Update Adjournment Motion by Stewart, second by Pitts. Parr — Yes Hood — Yes Triggs — Yes Garland — Yes Pitts — Yes French — Yes Stewart — Yes Approved 7-0. Mayor Schroeder adjourned the meeting at3�P p.m. ,ouncil on '� 22 Date 2A��nn D-Ja!L,�� Attest: CHy Secretary