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HomeMy WebLinkAboutMIN 04.23.2024 CCMinutes of the City Council City of Georgetown, Texas Tuesday, April 23, 2024 The Georgetown City Council met on Tuesday, April 23, 2024 at 2:00 PM at Council and Court Building, 510 W. 9th Street. 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. The following Members were in attendance: Josh Schroeder, Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart 1. Policy Development and Discussion - Workshop Mayor Schroeder called the meeting to order at 2:00 p.m. 1.A Williamson Central Appraisal District Presentation Presentation regarding growth trends in assessed value and an overview of the WCAD budget and services provided by Alvin Lankford, Chief Appraise -- Nathan Parras, Assistant Finance Director Lankford presented and reviewed the Williamson Central Appraisal District (WCAD) board of directors' members; new legislation that effected the make up of the WCAD board of directors; WCAD value notice; new appraisal notice for 2024; comparable sales reports; how to read a market grid; how citizens should not protest their value if they cannot support a value of less than the assessed value; property owner dashboard; WCAD budget; cost per total levy comparison; cost a a percentage of market value; cost per population; population growth comparison to comparable CADs; accuracy of appraisals; what others are saying about the market; December 2023 sales statistics; WCAD appraisal data for 2024; City of Georgetown total market value, market value real parcels; improved parcel counts and value by percentage; City of Georgetown residential value; median values; number of residential new improvements; new improvement value ranges; average value of capped account and caped amount IDS; City and Williamson County capped accounts; City of Georgetown multi -family value; multi -family unites by year; City of Georgetown commercial value; commercial property by parcel count and by value; category by square foot; number of new commercial improvements; commercial new improvement by category; change in taxable value from prior year; and market value versus taxable value. General discussion among Langford and Council regarding the powers of WCAD Board of Directors under new state law. 1.13 Downtown Master Plan Update Presentation and discussion regarding the Downtown Master Plan Update -- Kim Mcauliffe, Downtown & Tourism Director McAullife introduced the item and Chris Geddes with Design Workshop presented and reviewed the plan framework; 5 themes of protecting the historic integrity of the Square, prioritizing pedestrian and business -friendly public space, enhancing the image and experience of downtown, thoughtfully transition underused properties, improving connections to and through downtown, and leveraging natural resources in and around downtown; framework for recommendations including public realm activation, historic and cultural assets, density and land use, events and programming, open space, parks and connectivity, and transportation, parking and pedestrian access; public and Planning and Zoning (P&Z) feedback; parking strategy; expansion of downtown overlay district; direction from Council on height from march 27, 2024 City Council meeting; parking; potential new plan implementation recommendations; implementation; priority projects; broad considerations; and next steps. General discussion among Council, consultant, and staff regarding proposed height changes; future parking needs; possibilities for future public/private partnerships; working with Williamson County; current future plan being worked on by Williamson County; future Williamson County expansion and location of facilities; and possible agreements with private entities. Mayor Schroeder called for a break at 3:09 p.m. and resumed the meeting at 3:20 p.m. 1.0 Austin Avenue Corridor Study Presentation, discussion and possible direction regarding the recommendations of the Austin Ave Corridor Study -- Lua Saluone, P.E., Transportation Manager Saluone introduced the item and then Jory J. Dille with HRD presented and reviewed the four (4) goals of the plan including furthering the goals of previous planning efforts, multimodal, operations an safety enhancements, enhancing corridor character, and supporting economic development; feedback needed from Council; previous meeting recap and progress since November 2023; roadmap to study completion and beyond; outreach events; public meeting comments; recommendations review; toolbox of treatments for roadway, bike, and pedestrian; recommendation categories of vehicular transportation, active transportation, and placemaking/quality of life; general vehicular transportation; Northern Gateway, San Gabriel, Downtown, Southern Gateway, Industrial, and Institutional intersections; lane reduction in downtown and old town; active transportation corridor wide; placemaking and quality of lie corridor wide and entering downtown and old town; placemaking options; evaluation of recommendations; implementation plan for vehicular transportation, active transportation, and placemaking/quality of life for near -term (0-3 years), medium -term (3-7 years), and long-term (7+ years); and final report and appendices. General discussion among Council, consultant and staff regarding potential for a future speed study; width of the proposed shared use paths; general support of Council to proposed recommendations; timing of signals; clarification on implementation plan; and temporary solutions for downtown improvements. 1.D Solana Ranch Decertification From Georgetown CCN Presentation, discussion and possible direction regarding Solana Ranch to pursue decertification from the City of Georgetown CCN -- Chelsea Solomon, Water Utility Director Solomon presented and reviewed prior CCN transfers or requests; project specifics; location of decertification request and existing infrastructure; state statutes; considerations; and next steps. General discussion among Council and staff, including Skye Masson, City Attorney, regarding how there is no need to transfer water rights to those that leave the CCN, and how Council would support the withdraw and would help Solana leave the City's CCN faster. Mayor Schroeder recessed into Executive Session at 4:07 p.m. 2. Executive Session In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, Vernon's Codes, Annotated, the items listed below will be discussed in closed session and are subject to action in the regular session. 2.A Executive Session 04.23.2024 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 - Deliberations regarding the acquisition of easement rights from portions of properties in Georgetown TX 78628 and owned by the following property owners: HEB Grocery Company, WCAD Parcels ID R532951 and R532952; Wood Road Properties, Inc., WCAD Parcels ID R457774 and R039013; Martha Ann Edwards Trust, WCAD Parcels ID R038970 and R038985; Mascus Corporation, WCAD Parcels ID R081582 and R322456; for the 11-135 Water Line Connection Project" - Deliberations regarding the acquisition of easement rights across a portion of a 265.80-acre Tract, more or less, out of the James Northcross Survey, Abstract No. 478 and owned by Fred & Alice Kaufman, located at the southwest corner of CR 255 and CR 254 in Georgetown, TX 78633 for the "Daniels Mountain Pump Station to Hoover EST Water Line Project" Sec. 551.087: Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations - Project San Saba - Project Brazos Sec. 551.074: Personnel Matters - City Manager Annual Evaluation - Municipal Judge Annual Evaluation 2. Regular Session - This portion of the meeting will begin no earlier than 6:00 pm. Mayor Schroeder called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. 3.A Call to Order 04.23.2024 Pledge of Allegiance Comments from the Mayor - Proclamation for National Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month (May) - Proclamation for National Bike and Roll to School Day (May 8) - Proclamation for National Electric Linemen Appreciation Day (April 18) - American Public Power Association Safety Award of Excellence Presentation - Recognition of Linemen and Meter Technician Apprentice Program Graduates Announcements - It's Red Poppy Festival Time! Happy 25th Anniversary! Action Out of Executive Session Moved by Kevin Pitts; seconded by Ben Stewart to Approve the reappointment of Randall C. Stump as Municipal Court Judge for the City of Georgetown for the term of two years beginning June 1, 2024, through May 31, 2026, and to approve a 11% increase in Randall Stump's annual compensation as Municipal Court Judge effective May 6, 2024. Motion Approved: 7- 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None Moved by Kevin Pitts; seconded by Amanda Parr to Approve a 6% market increase and 3% merit increase for David Morgan in a one-time lump sum payment as City Manager effective May 6, 2024; and to authorize an incentive payment to David Morgan as City Manager; and to authorize the Mayor to sign an amendment to the employment agreement of City Manager David Morgan consistent with the terms agreed upon in executive session. Motion Approved: 7- 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None Moved by Kevin Pitts; seconded by Jake French to Approve to authorize the City of Georgetown to acquire water line easement rights across portions of certain properties in Georgetown, Texas 78626 and owned by the following property owners: HEB Grocery Company, WCAD Parcels ID R532951and R532952; Wood Road Properties, Inc., WCAD Parcels ID R45774 and R039013; Martha Ann Edwards Trust, WCAD Parcels ID R038970 and R038985; Mascus Corporation, WCAD Parcels ID R081582 and R322456 for the "IH-35 Water Line Connection Project"; and to authorize the City Manager to negotiate the terms of acquisition and consideration and to execute all necessary documents to acquire the aforementioned easement rights in accordance with the terms discussed in executive session for the "IH-35 Water Line Connection Project". Motion Approved: 7- 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None 4. Public Wishing to Address Council On a subiect 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. If you wish to speak for six minutes, it is permissible to use another requestor's granted time to speak. No more than six minutes for a speaker may be granted. The requestor granting time to another speaker must also submit a form and be present at the meeting. On a subject not posted on the agenda: 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. Speakers will be given up to three minutes to address the City Council. The City Secretary can be reached at (512) 931-7715 or cs@georgetown.org. 4.A Public Wishing to Address 04.23.2024 - Norma Carleton would like to address the Council regarding mental illness in Georgetown and how the City is helping. - Olivia Stewart would like to address the Council regarding the GISD 2024 Bond 5. Statutory Consent Agenda The Statutory Consent Agenda includes non -controversial and routine items which may be acted upon with one single vote. An item may be pulled from the Consent Agenda in order to be discussed and acted upon individually as part of the Regular Agenda. Moved by Kevin Pitts; seconded by Jake French to Approve as presented. Motion Approved: 7 - 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None 5.A Council Minutes 03.26.2024 and 04.09.2024 Consideration and possible action to approve the City Council meeting minutes from March 26, 2024 and April 9, 2024 -- Robyn Densmore, City Secretary 5.B Resolution for ETJ Disannexation - Patrick Hillary, 6425 Rattlesnake Rd, 17.24 acres Consideration and possible action to confirm the disannexation of approximately 17.24 acres acres of land from the City of Georgetown's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ), generally located at 6425 Rattlesnake Rd, Florence, TX and owned by Patrick Hillary-- Robyn Densmore, City Secretary, and Skye Masson, City Attorney 5.0 Resolution for ETJ Disannexation - Real Estate Interests, LLC, 155 Haverland 5.894 acres Consideration and possible action to confirm the disannexation of approximately 5.894 acres of land from the City of Georgetown's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ), located at 155 Haverland, Georgetown, TX and owned by Real Estate Interests, LLC -- Robyn Densmore, City Secretary, and Skye Masson, City Attorney 5.D Resolution for ETJ Disannexation - Cross Creek, LLC 6540 W SH 29, 12.538 acres Consideration and possible action to confirm the disannexation of approximately 12.538 acres of land from the City of Georgetown's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ), generally located south of FM 3405 and east of Ronald Reagan Blvd and owned by Cross Creek, LLC -- Robyn Densmore, City Secretary, and Skye Masson, City Attorney 5.E First Responder Trauma and Work -Related Counseling Consideration and possible action to approve an annual agreement between the City of Georgetown and Tania Glen & Associates, PA for First Responder Trauma and Work -Related Counseling with an annual not to exceed amount of $30,000.00 and to authorize the City Manager to execute renewals of the agreement for up to three additional one-year terms with the same terms and conditions for a total 4-year contract not to exceed amount of $120,000.00 -- Laura Maloy, Human Resources Director 5.F Resolution Adopting Addendum No. 1 Microtrenching to the City of Georgetown Right - of -Way Regulations Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution adopting Addendum No. 1 "Microtrenching" to the City of Georgetown Right -of -Way Regulations -- Eric Johnson, Public Works Director 5.G 2024 Transit Development Plan Consideration and possible action to adopt the 2024 Transit Development Plan -- Lua Saluone, P.E., Transportation Manager 5.H Agreement with Southern Tire Mart for Tire Purchases on all City Vehicles Consideration and possible action to approve an agreement under BuyBoard Contract #729- 24 with Southern Tire Mart LLC for the purchase of tires in an annual amount not to exceed $130,000.00 and to ratify expenditures between October 1st, 2023, and April 23rd, 2024 for tire purchases in the amount of $41,935.44 -- Scott Parker, Fleet Services Manager 5.1 Updated Abandonment for 2024-2-ABD for the benefit of GTS Development II, LLC, Georgetown Patio Homes LLC, and GTS Development, LLC Consideration and possible action to approve a partial abandonment of a 15 foot Public Utility Easement situated in the Frederick Foy Survey for the benefit of GTS Development 11, LLC, Georgetown Patio Homes LLC , and GTS Development, LLC contingent upon the conveyance of a Utility Easement to the City of Georgetown as a replacement easement within the Somerset Hills Development and to authorize the Mayor to execute all necessary documents to effectuate the abandonment -- Lauren Boenig, Real Estate Services Coordinator 5.J Encroachment Agreement with Atmos Energy Corporation in Connection with a Water Line Easement to be Conveyed to the City by MMSG Limited Partnership Consideration and possible action to approve an Encroachment Agreement with Atmos Energy Corporation in Connection with a Water Line Easement to be Conveyed to the City by MMSG Limited Partnership -- Andrew Culpepper, Senior Assistant City Attorney Real Estate Services 5.K IT Contract Renewal: VMware Software Support and Maintenance Consideration and possible approval to renew a one-year agreement with Waypoint Business Solutions, LLC for maintenance and support of the VMware vSphere software at a total cost $171,082.00 -- Chris Bryce, IT Director and James Davis, IT Operations Manager 51 IT Hardware Replacement: Convergint Security Servers Consideration and possible action to approve the purchase of two replacement servers from Convergint Technologies at a total cost of $80,649.00 -- Chris Bryce, IT Director and James Davis, IT Operations Manager 5.M IT Contract Renewal: NICE Emergency Call Recording System Consideration and possible action to approve a one (1) year service agreement with Motorola Solutions, Inc. for the NICE radio and call recording system at a cost of $94,105.00 annually over 3 years -- Chris Bryce, IT Director, and Jess Henderson, IT Manager, Public Safety IT 5.N Fire - Bauer Unicus Stationary System Consideration and possible action to approve the purchase of Bauer Unicus 4i 20/7K E3 Complete Integrated Stationary System from August Industries Inc. using the Buy Board Contract #698-23 at a total cost not to exceed $170,000.00 -- John Sullivan, Fire Chief 5.0 Police Department Ammunition Purchase Consideration and possible action to approve the purchase of firearms ammunition from GT Distributors in an amount not to exceed $95,462.00 -- Cory J. Tchida, Chief of Police 5.10 Police Department Virtual Reality Simulator Consideration and possible action to approve he purchase of a virtual reality simulator from ADS in an amount not to exceed $81,569.74.00 -- Cory J. Tchida, Chief of Police 5.Q Construction Contract Award for Capella Parkway Improvements Consideration and possible action to approve a construction contract with Champion Site Prep Inc. of Georgetown, TX for the construction of the Capella Parkway Roadway, Drainage, and Utility Improvements in the amount of $ 1,293,400.00 -- Wesley Wright P.E. Systems Engineering Director and Chris Pousson C.I.P. Manager. 5.R 1st Amendment to Task Order PDC-23-001 related to Memorial and Wolf Ranch Parkway Improvements Consideration and possible action to approve an amendment to Task Order PDC-23-001 with Pape Dawson Consulting Engineers, Inc, for professional services related to the Memorial Dr. Improvements and Wolf Ranch Pkwy Project in the amount of $732,160.50 - - Wesley Wright, P.E., Systems Engineering Director, and Chris Pousson, CIP Manager 5.S Second Amendment to Task Order KPA-24-001 Plan Review Consideration and action to approve a Second Amendment to Task Order KPA-24-001 in the amount of $100,000.00 with Kasberg, Patrick, and Associates for New Development Plan Review services -- Wesley Wright, PE, Systems Engineering Director 5.T Construction Contract Award for Blue Ridge Waterline Consideration and possible action to award a construction contract with Atlas Construction Corp., of Granite Shoals, Texas for the Blue Ridge 16" Water Line Project in the amount $682,935.93 -- Wesley Wright, P.E., Systems Engineering Director, and Chris Pousson, CIP Manager 5.0 License Agreement with Sun City Georgetown Community Association Consideration and possible action to authorize the Mayor to execute a license agreement with Sun City Georgetown Community Association for the access and use of real property for Auxiliary Pumping for peak demand 2024 -- Wesley Wright, PE, Systems Engineering Director, and Chris Pousson, CIP Manager 5.V FY 2022-2023 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Agreement Amendment Consideration and possible action to approve an amendment to time of performance dates for the FY2022-2023 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Agreement of which is allocated by Williamson County for the Home Repair Program -- Kimberly Spencer, Interim Assistant Planning Director 5.W Second Reading - 2023-14-SUP - 5255 S IH-35 Second Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP) for the specific use of `Automobile Repair and Service, General' in the General Commercial (C-3) zoning district on the property located at 5255 S IH-35, Georgetown, Texas 78626, bearing the legal description of Lots 1-3, Block B, out of the Dennis P. McCoy Subdivision (2023-14-SUP) -- Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director 5.X Second Reading - 2024-1-CPA - North side of Ronald Reagan Blvd West of RM 2338 Second Reading of an Ordinance on a request for an Amendment to the 2030 Comprehensive Plan. The request is to amend the Future Land Use designation of 361.94 acres in the C.H. Delaney Survey, Abstract 181, from Neighborhood to Mixed -Density Neighborhood and Regional Center. The property with which the amendment is requested is generally located on the north side of Ronald W Reagan Boulevard west of RM 2338 (2024-1-CPA) -- Ryan Clark, AICP, Senior Planner 6. Legislative Regular Agenda 6.A Second Reading - Amending the FY2024 Annual Budget for Mid -Year Obligations Second reading of an Ordinance amending the FY2024 Annual Budget for Mid -Year obligations that were not known at the time the budget was adopted -- Nathan Parras, Assistant Finance Director Parras presented and reviewed the total amendment for $26 million for FY2024 annual budget; fully funded public safety; water reservation agreement; increase in CIP projects; additional staff person in Electric Department; and how the item did not receive a unanimous vote at first reading. Parras read the Ordinance caption. Moved by Ron Garland; seconded by Ben Stewart to Approve as presented. Motion Approved: 6- 1 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: Mike Triggs 6.13 First Reading - 2023-5-REZ - 400 W 11th Street Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Zoning Map Amendment to rezone 0.218 acres out of Block 67-68(PTS), Lost Addition from the Residential Single - Family (RS) zoning district to the Townhouse (TH) zoning district, for the property generally located at 400 W. 11 th Street Georgetown, Texas 78626 (2023-5-REZ) -- Maddison O'Kelley, Preservation and Redevelopment Manager This item was pulled by the applicant and Council voted to postpone the item. Moved by Ben Stewart; seconded by Amanda Council meeting in May. Motion Approved: 7- 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None Parr to Approve postpone the item to the first Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, 6.0 First Reading - 2023-20-REZ - 510 S. Church Street Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Zoning Map Amendment to rezone 0.36 acres out of Block 26 (Lots 3-4),City of Georgetown from the Residential Single -Family (RS) zoning district to the Commercial Neighborhood (CN) zoning district, for the property generally located at 510 S. Church Street, Georgetown, Texas 78626 (2023-20- REZ) -- Maddison O'Kelley, Preservation and Redevelopment Manager Item was pulled by the applicant. No action needed by Council. 6.D First Reading - 2023-8-ANX/2023-8-PUD - Lookout Ridge Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance for the voluntary annexation of 40.99 acres out of the Frances A. Hudson Abstract No.295 to the Planned Unit Development (PUD) zoning district for the property generally located at the current terminus of Blue Ridge Drive north of the intersection of that road and Breezygrass Way (2023-3-ANX) -- Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director -Current Planning Baird presented the item and reviewed how staff is presenting the same presentation P&Z saw; Location Map; PUD conceptual plan; photo of site boundary; Mixed Density Neighborhood (MDN) zoning designation explanation; analysis area; land use ratios for MDN; current zoning is in the ETJ; PUD explanation; Lookout Ridge PUD; Two -Family (TF) zoning explanation; deviations from UDC standards; how the application complies or does not comply with the approval criteria in UDC Section 3.06.030 and 2.06.040; proposed density; nearby developments; current photos of northbound Blue Ridge at Blue Springs, southbound through Teravista, and La Contera at FM1460; and inventory of existing or entitled projects; key take- aways. He added that at their March 5, 2024 meeting, the Planning & Zoning Commission tabled this item for 2 weeks with a 7-0 vote; and at their March 19th, 2024 meeting, the Planning and Zoning Commission recommended (vote) denial of the request with a Motion to recommend approval that failed with a 3-4 vote, and a motion to recommend disapproval that failed with a 3- 4 vote. Baird noted that public notifications were sent and to date staff has received 143 written comments in favor and approximately 97 written comments in opposition. Baird read the Ordinance caption. General discussion among Council and staff regarding the extension of Blue Ridge Drive; explanation of both P&Z votes and how they both failed; and how the applicant will be presenting a plan that was not received in time for posting of the agenda packet. Matt Marshall, Travis Cooley, and Mark Baker, representing the applicant, presented and reviewed the project inspiration; UDC Transitional Period; employment impact; how to allow the residents to live, work, and play in Georgetown; Lookout Ridge amenities; architectural vision; thoughtful design; environmentally conscious; connectivity and infrastructure; community outreach; plan updates; and staff comments. General discussion among Council, staff, and applicant representatives, including Lua Saluone, Transportation Planning Manager, regarding east/west road; public accessible park; how proposed changes offered by the developer do not fully resolve staff expressed concerns but were steps to a better direction; public park; imposition of different development types that could happen on this same property to the existing nearby residents; possible usage of well water; possible usage of native plants to reduce water usage; Senate Bill 2038 related to ETJ disannexation and what could be done on the property if it was disannexed from the City; how the applicant has no intention to apply for tax credit housing; no intention to create a condo regime; potential traffic impact fees; staff would provide an addendum if needed for a second reading; regulation of roadways; parking requirements; road connectivity; proposed future roads; if traffic impact fees were to be waived, what other requirements could be made; "garden style" multi -family; what aspects of the development will be managed by the HOA; and gradation of the land. Mayor Schroeder called for a break at 7:51 p.m. and resumed the meeting at 7:59 p.m. Mayor Schroeder opened the public hearing at 8:00 p.m. Mary Oliver yielded her time to Wade Elliot. Mr. Elliot addressed the Council regarding density concerns, duplexes versus single-family lots, ingress and egress points, safety risks, questions regarding the North entrance to the project, road concerns, Explorer Park intersection, potential alternative access points, and wanted transition space. Michael Pickel yielded his time and did not speak. Patti Simon addressed the Council regarding traffic in the area, safety concerns, potential negative impacts to resale home values, and opposed the project. Christian Wood yielded his time and opted not to speak. Brandon Obregon yielded his time and opted not to speak. Donna Zolezzi yielded her time to Andrea Zolezzi. Ms. Zolezzi addressed the Council regarding where the letters of support or opposition were send in from and noting that most comments in favor were sent in from areas outside of Georgetown, support for project was received within last 30 days, objection letters were from residents who are within 1 mile of the proposed project, and attempts to communicate with the developer. Cindy Klatt yielded her time to James Apperson. Mr. Apperson, a Teravista resident, addressed the Council by quoting the UDC and how the proposed project does not meet the UDC. Allyson Young addressed the Council regarding the need for workforce housing in Georgetown. Dana Martin yielded time to Liz Wick. Ms. Wick addressed the Council regarding problems meeting with the developer, and lack of transition in the development. Ralph Simon yielded his time to Laura McWha. Ms. McWha addressed the Council regarding how she will be personally impacted by the PUD and lack of support for the project. Michael Page addressed the Council regarding current road conditions, and safety concerns. Ross Aleman yielded his time and opted not to address the Council. Kim Yalch yielded her time to Ashley Brown. Ms. Brown addressed the Council regarding her disproval of the project, and negative interactions with the developer. Pam Lien yielded her time to Shaun Brown. Mr. Brown addressed the Council regarding increased density of the proposed project. Steve Madura addressed the Council regarding history of Georgetown and Gregory Hall's development contributions to the City. Tol Harris yielded his time and opted not to address the council. Drew Hall yielded his time and opted not to address the Council. Greg Hall yielded his time and opted not to speak to the Council. Tyler Hall yielded his time and opted not to speak to the Council. Shea Winkler addressed the Council regarding concerns with developer. Mike Scully addressed the Council regarding concerns about transition, egress, and how the project is not ready at this time. Mayor Schroeder closed the public hearing at 8:55 p.m. Discussion after the motion among Council and staff regarding concerns of citizens; product proposed is type that is needed in the City; progress made by developer; workforce housing; access to the property; type of product wasn't envisioned in current UDC; alternatives of what could be built on this property; oversight the City will have; effects of SB2038; pulling out the ETJ would lead to no City oversight; positive changes made by the applicant; preference for products offered more for sale than for rent; proposed amenities; nearby industrial development; and possible budget in the FY2025 for Blue Ridge Drive finish out. Moved by Kevin Pitts; seconded by Mike Triggs to Approve to approve as presented by applicant with presented modifications. Motion Approved: 6- 1 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, and Ron Garland Voting Against: Ben Stewart 6.E First and Final Reading of Certificates of Obligation, Series 2024 Ordinance Consideration and possible action to approve on first and final reading an "Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of City of Georgetown, Texas Combination Tax and Revenue Certificates Of Obligation, Series 2024; Levying an Ad Valorem Tax and Pledging Certain Revenues in Support of the Certificates; Approving an Official Statement, a Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement and Other Related Documents; Awarding the Sale of the Certificates and Authorizing Other Matters Relating to the Certificates" -- Nathan Parras, Assistant Finance Director Parras introduced the item and then Jennifer Ritter with Specialized Public Finance presented and reviewed Georgetown's recently upgraded bond rating to AAA; capital project and equipment; and pricing results with BofA Securities from New York City providing an interest rate of 3.757850%. Parras read the Ordinance caption. Moved by Shawn Hood; seconded by Amanda Parr to Approve as presented. Motion Approved: 7- 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None 6.F First and Final Reading of General Obligation Bonds, Series 2024 Ordinance Consideration and possible action to approve on first and final reading an "Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of City of Georgetown, Texas General Obligation Bonds, Series 2024; Levying an Ad Valorem Tax and Pledging Certain Revenues in Support of the Certificates; Approving an Official Statement, a Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement and Other Related Documents; Awarding the Sale of the Certificates and Authorizing Other Matters Relating to the Certificates" -- Nathan Parras, Assistant Finance Director Parras presented the item and reviewed transportation and facilities, and pricing results with BOK Financial Securities, Inc. from Dallas providing an interest rate of 3.734146%. Parras read the Ordinance caption. Moved by Shawn Hood; seconded by Ron Garland to Approve as presented. Motion Approved: 7- 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, Ben Stewart Voting Against: None 6.G First and Final Reading of Utility System Revenue Bonds, Series 2024 Ordinance Consideration and possible action to approve on first and final reading an "Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of City of Georgetown, Texas Utility System Revenue Bonds, Pledging Certain Revenues in Support of the Certificates; Approving an Official Statement, a Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement, and a purchase agreement; Establishing procedures for selling and delivering the Bonds; and Authorizing other matters relating to the Bonds" -- Nathan Parras, Assistant Finance Director Parras presented and reviewed utility infrastructure for Water, Wastewater and Electric capital projects. Parras read the Ordinance caption. Moved by Shawn Hood; seconded by Jake French to Approve as presented. Motion Approved: 7- 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None 6.H Resolution - Chapter 26 for San Gabriel Park Lift Station Wastewater Force Main Public hearing and possible action to approve a Resolution, in accordance with Section 26.001 et seq. of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Code, finding that there is no feasible and prudent alternative to the use of dedicated parkland known as San Gabriel Park for the replacement and relocation of an existing wastewater force main and finding that all reasonable planning has been done to minimize harm to said parkland -- Wesley Wright, P.E., Systems Engineering Director Wright presented and reviewed background information; site plan through San Gabriel Park; alternatives; reason why the proposed line cannot be placed along the existing route; possible tree removal and replacement; process; criteria for Chapter 26; and staff recommendation. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed public hearing at 9:28 p.m. as there were no speakers. Moved by Kevin Pitts; seconded by Jake French to Approve the Resolution, in accordance with Section 26.001 et seq. of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Code, finding that there is no feasible and prudent alternative to the use of the dedicated parkland known as San Gabriel Park for the replacement and relocation of an existing wastewater force main and finding that all reasonable planning has been done to minimize harm to said parkland. Motion Approved: 7- 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None Adjournment Mayor Schroeder adjourned the meeting at 9:29 p.m. Moved by Kevin Pitts; seconded by Jake French to Adjourn. Motion Adjourn: 7 - 0 Voting For: Amanda Parr, Shawn Hood, Mike Triggs, Kevin Pitts, Jake French, Ron Garland, and Ben Stewart Voting Against: None These minutes were/proved at the meeting of l�_�, �1 l� 7M U Mayor Attest