Houston City Council Agenda – December 10, 2019

The City will consider the following agenda items at the Houston City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 10, 2019, in the City Hall Chamber at 1:30 PM (public comment) and at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, December 11, 2019.  The agenda includes recommendations pertaining to the transportation of solid and industrial waste, acceptance of work for the Wastewater Collection System and Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation. The agenda also includes multiple ordinances pertaining to the approval of addition of acres of land being added to the Generation Park Management District and Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 423, prohibiting the use of designated groundwater in a specific location, replacement of the Manifold Meter Array, and Intercontinental Airport Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion. 

Agenda Item 19 is a recommendation from Direction Houston Public Works for acceptance of work with PM Construction & Rehab LLC for Wastewater Collection System Rehabilitation and Renewal. 

Agenda Item 20 is a recommendation from Director Houston Public Works for acceptance of work with REPIPE CONSTRUCTION, LLC dba IPR SOUTH CENTRAL LLC for Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation by Cured-In-Place Pipe Method. 

Agenda Item 40 is an ordinance approving to the addition of 201.19 acres of land to the Generation Park Management District, for inclusion in its district. 

Agenda Item 41 is an ordinance approving to the addition of 150.590 acres of land to Harris County Municipal Utility District NO. 423, for inclusion in its district. 

Agenda Item 43 is an ordinance prohibiting the use of designated groundwater beneath a tract of land at the Target Corporation site known as 2580 Shearn Street, Houston, Harris County, Texas; supporting an issuance of an MSD by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. 

Agenda Item 44 is an ordinance prohibiting the use of designated groundwater beneath a tract of land at the West Alabama Holdings, LLC site located at 3609, 2611, 3615, 3617, 3619 W. Alambama, Houston, Harris County, Texas; supporting an issuance of MSd by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. 

Agenda Item 45 is an ordinance approving and authorizing Interlocal Agreement between the City of Houston and the City of Pasadena for the replacement of the Manifold Meter Array at the Southeast Water Purification Plant (SWPP). 

Agenda Item 48 is an ordinance approving a Professional Engineering Services Contract with Black & Veatch Corporation for Intercontinental Airport Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion and appropriate funds i.e. $3, 696,100.00. 

Agenda Item 50, 51, 52, and 53 are ordinances approving appropriate funds out of the Water & Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund to pursue projects relating to construction of facilities e.g. engineering, testing, and contingencies relating to construction of facilities. 

Agenda Item 54 is the first readings of ordinances that , if passed, would grant Sprint Communications Company L.P the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston. 

Agenda Item 55 and 56 are second readings of ordinances that, if passed, would grant two companies the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston. These two companies are Access Data Supply INC and Rapid Waste Solutions of Texas LLC. 

Houston City Council Agenda – December 3, 2019

The City will consider the following agenda items at the Houston City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 3, 2019, in the City Hall Chamber at 1:30 PM (public comment) and at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, December 4, 2019.  The agenda includes recommendations seeking contracts for the transportation of solid and industrial waste in the City of Houston, payment to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for Public Health Service fees, and relating to a Water Line Project from Vickery Drive to Milner Road. The agenda also includes multiple ordinances pertaining to the amendment of Strategic Partnership Agreement, appropriating funds for a Large Diameter Waterline Project, and appropriating funds to Brays Bayou Flood Damage Reduction Plan Interlocal Agreement.  

Agenda Item 4 is a recommendation for the payment of $2,394,585.45 to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for 2020 Public Health Service fees. 

Agenda Item 5 is a recommendation for the purchase of Parcel KY17-055 for the easement acquisition for 108-Inch Water Line Project from Vickery Drive to Milner Road. 

Agenda Item 20 is an ordinance appropriating $49,400.78 for Hurricane Harvey Damage Repairs for North Command Police Station, for the Houston Police Department, out of the Miscellaneous Capital Projects/Acquisitions CP Series E Fund 

Agenda Item 37 is an ordinance approving amendment of Strategic Partnership Agreement between Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 96

Agenda Item 46 is an ordinance approving amendment of Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) between the City of Houston and Trail of the Lakes MUD 

Agenda Item 47 is an ordinance appropriating funds  $452,236.87 out of the Metro Projects Construction DDSRF to the Brays Bayou Flood Damage Reduction Plan Interlocal Agreement between the City and HCFCD

Agenda Item 54 is an ordinance appropriating $55,000.00 out of Water & Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund and approve Professional Construction Management and Inspection Services Contract between the City of Houston and Brian Smith Inspection, INC for Large Diameter Waterline Projects 

Agenda Item 77 and Item 78 are first readings of ordinances that , if passed, would grant two companies the right, privilege, and francise to collect, haul, and transport solid and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston. These two companies are Access Data Supply, Inc and Rapid Waste Solutions of Texas LLC. 

Agenda Items 79, 80, 81, 82, and 83 are second readings of ordinances that, if passed, would grant five companies the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston. These five companies are Blackwood Portable Restrooms, LLC, Blue Water Grease Service Inc, Environmental Earth-Wise, Inc. Environmental Remediation & Construction, LEL Environmental LTD., and Millennial Trucking, LLC.

Houston City Council Agenda – November 19, 2019

The City will consider the following agenda items at the Houston City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 19, 2019, in the City Hall Chamber at 1:30 PM (public comment) and at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, November 20, 2019.  The agenda includes recommendations seeking contracts for the transportation of solid and industrial waste in the City of Houston, to improve the equipment of Wastewater Collection System Rehabilitation and Renewal, and emergency payment to Set Environmental, Inc due to a hazardous chemical spill. The agenda also includes multiple ordinances pertaining to the City of Houston’s Wastewater Systems and the 2019 Water Conservation Plan.

Agenda Item 5 is a recommendation for final contract payment of $2,614,073.41 to T Construction, LLC., for rehabilitation and renewal of portions of the wastewater collection system.

Agenda Item 9 is a recommendation for the approval of a payment of $75,922.90 to SET Environmental, Inc., for the hazardous chemical spill clean-up service at the East Purification Plant. 

Agenda Item 23 is an ordinance to amend a contract with Boyer, Inc., for Electrical Maintenance, Repair, Automation Support and Technical Services for the City’s Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities. The increased amount is to account for additional work required as a result of Harvey.

Agenda Item 29 is an amendment to increase the maximum contract amount for an agreement for purchase of Electronic Recyclable Material between the City of Houston and Compucycle, Inc. 

Agenda Item 43 is an ordinance to approve additions to the 2019 Water Conservation Plan for Municipal Uses and the 2019 Drought Contingency Plan for the City of Houston, as required by state law.

Agenda Item 52 and Item 53 are first readings of ordinances that would grant two companies–Access Data Supply INC, and Rapid Waste Solutions of Texas LLC–the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston.

Agenda Items 54, 55, 56, 57, and 58 are second readings of ordinances that, if passed, would grant five companies the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston. These five companies are Blackwood Portable Restrooms, LLC, Blue Water Grease Service Inc, Environmental Earth-Wise, Inc. Environmental Remediation & Construction, LEL Environmental LTD., and Millennial Trucking, LLC. 

Agenda Items 59, 60, 61 and 62 third and final readings of ordinances that, if passed, would grant four companies the right, privilege, and franchise to collect, haul, and transport solid and industrial waste from commercial properties located within the City of Houston. These five companies are Ameritex Rentals, LLC, K7 Construction, LLC, Manuel ANaya Trucking, and Marathon Waste Service LLC.