AGENDA

SNYDER CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING

NOVEMBER 6, 2023

5:30 P.M.

 

The meeting will be held in the City Council Chambers located at 1925 24th Street Snyder, Texas.

 

This Notice and Meeting Agenda and Agenda Packet are posted online at:

 https://ci.snyder.tx.us/Agendacenter

 

The meeting can be viewed live at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86353156377?pwd=YXo2TnZ6WEd0RXhEcmplMGZMYU1hQT09

 

Meeting ID: 863 5315 6377

Password: mHuhq3

 

The public dial in number to participate in the telephonic meeting is:

 

+1 346 248 7799

 

Meeting ID: 863 5315 6377

Password: 411104

 

If the Council should determine that a closed or executive meeting or session as authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Govt. Code, Vernon’s Texas Codes Annotated, should be held, the Council may convene into a closed or executive meeting or session concerning any and all subjects and for any and all purposes permitted by Section 551.071 through 551.088 including:

 

Section 551.071 consultation with attorney, 551.072 deliberation regarding real property, 551.073 deliberation regarding prospective gift, 551.074 personnel matters, 551.075 conference with employees, 551.076 deliberation regarding security devices, 551.084 exclusion of witness from hearing, 551.086 certain public power competitive matters, 551.087 economic development negotiations, and 551.088 certain licensing or certifications test items.

 

WELCOME VISITORS

 

All visitors are encouraged and welcome to speak at City Council Meetings during the visitors forum for up to five minutes.  At all other times, visitors must be recognized by the chair to speak.

 

Thank you,

Mayor Stephanie Ducheneaux



I.

INVOCATION:

II.

RECOGNIZE VISITORS:

1.

Mayor Stephanie Ducheneaux

III.

VISITORS/CITZENS FORUM:

1.

At this time, any person with business before the Council may speak to the Council. No formal action can be taken on these items at this meeting. Each speaker will be limited to five minutes.

IV.

NON-ACTION ITEM:

1.

Certificate of Appreciation presented to Levi Scott for Eagle Scout Service Project. (Pages 1-23)

Documents:
  1. Eagle Scout.pdf
V.

PUBLIC HEARING: SPECIAL USE HOME OCCUPATION APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY JAMES AND DAWN WADDELL. (Page 24)

1.

Open.

2.

Discussion.

3.

Close.

VI.

BIDS:

1.

Consider and act on approval of the purchase of a Tarpomatic Automatic Tarping Machine from Tarpomatic Inc. through Sole Source Contract for $89,810.00 for Dept. 31. (Pages 25-30)

Documents:
  1. Tarping Machine.pdf
2.

Consider and act on approval of the purchase of a 2024 F-550 Chassis 4x4 Super Duty Crew Cab from Chastang Ford through Buy Board Contract #601-19 for $95,697.00 for Dept. 25. (Pages 31-52)

Documents:
  1. F550 Truck.pdf
3.

Consider and act on approval of the purchase of a Caterpillar 826 Landfill Compactor from Warren Cat through Sourcewell Contract for $1,125,265.80 for Dept. 31. (Pages 53-59)

4.

Consider and act on approval of the purchase of a 430 AE4 Backhoe from Warren Cat through Sourcewell Contract for $152,238.77 for Dept. 75. (Pages 60-67)

Documents:
  1. Backhoe.pdf
5.

Consider and act on approval of the purchase of a Western Star 47X Truck with the GalFab 60K Roll-Off Hoist Body from Doggett Freightliner through TIPS Contract #200802 for $212,849.00 for Dept. 30. (Pages 68-84)

Documents:
  1. Roll Off.pdf
VII.

MINUTES:

1.

Consider and act on approval of the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting October 2, 2023. (Pages 85-87)

Documents:
  1. MIN 231002.pdf
VIII.

PRESENTATION:

1.

Presentation regarding Retail Strategies, LLC. (Pages 88-97)

IX.

EXECUTIVE SESSION:

1.

Council may act in Open Session on the following item:

2.

Convene into Executive Session in accordance with Texas Gov’t Code §551.071 consultation with attorney. (Retail Strategies, LLC)

X.

RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION:

1.

Reconvene into Open Session to act, if necessary, regarding matters discussed in Executive Session, including specifically to consider and act on approval continuing with Retail Strategies, LLC for year three of the Professional Services Agreement to provide Consulting Services.

XI.

NEW BUSINESS:

1.

CONSENT AGENDA: All Consent Agenda items are considered routine in nature by the Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion on these items unless a Councilmember so requests, in which event that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in normal sequence on the agenda.


  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Tyrrell Services, Inc. – Tri-W Quality Laundry.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Tyrrell Services, Inc.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Tyrrell Services, Inc. – Embroidery Shop.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Two Birds, LLC.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Texas Finance, Inc.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with TE3 Management, Inc.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with S&S Commercial Properties, LTD.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Michelle Kuhl d/b/a The Ruffled Rooster Boutique.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Redley Rock Properties, LLC.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Perspective Investments, LLC.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Nancy Smith d/b/a Nancy’s Art Style.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Tomas A. Gonzales and Joni Gonzales d/b/a Mr. Gee Photography.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Matthies Investments, L.L.C.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Landry Matthies d/b/a Landry’s Heating and Air.

 

                      o.  Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Harold Glen Clarady Jr. and Gomez Tovar d/b/a G&G Glass Company.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with E&R Cleaning, LLC.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Dennis Quick Auto Service and Sales, Inc.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Deep Creek Insurance Agency, LLC.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Corey Chester d/b/a Alexander’s Pest & Weed Control.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Bucks & Bows, LLC.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with Ashes to Amber, LLC.

 

                      v.  Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with AFK Analytics, LLC.

 

  1. Consider approval of Economic Improvement Initiative and Performance Agreement with AAA Express Water & Fire Restoration, Inc.
2.

Consider and act on approval on first reading an Ordinance amending the Snyder Code of Ordinances Chapter 6, Health and Sanitation, to add Article 6.03, Landscaping as captioned below: (Pages 98-102)


AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SNYDER, TEXAS AMENDING THE SNYDER CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 6, HEALTH AND SANITATION, TO ADD ARTICLE 6.03, LANDSCAPING; PROVIDING REQUIREMENTS FOR LANDSCAPING; PROVIDING A PENALTY; PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Documents:
  1. ORD Landscaping.pdf
3.

Consider and act on approval of Special Use Home Occupation Permit SU-051 for James and Dawn Waddell. (Page 103)

4.

Consider and approve Tax Deeds for Trust Property in the City of Snyder from Texas Communities Group: (Pages 104-105)


Property Description

Legal Description

Winning Bidder

TAX DEED Parcel 11411; 2402 26th Street, Snyder, Texas 79549

Lot One (1), Block Thirty-nine (39), Blankenship Addition, to the City of Snyder, Scurry County, Texas

Petra Trejo

$3,000.00

TAX DEED Parcel 12185; 1505 College Avenue Snyder, Texas 79549

The South Fifty Feet (S/50’) of Lot One (1), Block Twenty-five (25), Cody Addition, to the City of Snyder, Scurry County, Texas

Cinthia Quezada

$3,000.00

Documents:
  1. Tax Deeds.pdf
5.

Consider and act on approval of Resolution R231106A allocating the City’s 248.78 votes to elect member(s) to the Scurry County Appraisal District Board of Directors. (Pages 106-108)

Documents:
  1. R231106A.pdf
6.

Consider and act on approval of Resolution R231106B appointing one new Board of Director to the Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone Number One as captioned below: (Page 109)


A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SNYDER, TEXAS, APPOINTING ONE NEW MEMBER TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF TAX INCREMENT FINANCING REINVESTMENT ZONE NUMBER ONE (TIF #1), CITY OF SNYDER, TEXAS, AND PROVIDING FOR OTHER MATTERS RELATING TO SUCH BOARD.

Documents:
  1. R231106B.pdf
7.

Code Enforcement update on Chapter 6, Nuisances on Private Property. (Page 110)

Documents:
  1. Code Update.pdf
8.

Consider and act on approval of the monthly financial report for September.

9.

Consider and act on approval of the 4th quarter Investment Report for quarter ending September 30, 2023. (Page 111)

Documents:
  1. Qtr Report.pdf
10.

Consider and act on appointment of Councilmember District 3.

XII.

EXECUTIVE SESSION:

1.

Council may act in Open Session on the following item:

2.

Convene into Executive Session in accordance with Texas Gov’t Code §551.071 consultation with attorney. (Master Services Agreement with Flock Group, Inc.)

XIII.

RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION:

1.

Reconvene into Open Session to act, if necessary, regarding matters discussed in Executive Session.

XIV.

INFORMATION:

1.

Update on community activities.

2.

Monthly personnel report. (Pages 112-117)

3.

The Fireman’s Annual Awards Banquet will be Tuesday, November 21, at 6:00 p.m. at the Towle Park Armory.

4.

Next Regular Council Meeting December 4, 5:30 p.m.

XV.

ADJOURNMENT:

1.

Consider Motion To Adjourn.