TO: CITY COUNCIL
FROM: CITY MANAGER, MARC MAXWELL
SUBJ: MANAGER’S REPORT
CLAIMS – We had one minor worker’s compensation claim in May. We did not have any liability claims in May.
SENIOR CITIZENS BUILDING – The contract with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) is not ready for signature yet. I expect to sign this month. After that, we can go out for bids on the building.
PACIFIC PARK – The splash pad is nearly complete. We have hired a contractor to install a unique surface on the concrete. In addition, the Capital Construction Division is establishing a concrete walking path around the park. The basketball pavilion is later on the schedule to let the construction contract.
COLLEGE STREET – Highway 19 Construction (the contractor) has begun work on the concrete road. He’s off to a rough start. We’ve had to refocus him on the contract specifications. I think he is on the same page with us now.
ONCOR RATE INCREASE – Oncor has filed its rate case. There is a related action item later on the agenda.
REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES – Finance Director Lesa Smith will present a report of year-to-date revenues and expenditures.
STREET IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM – Texana Land has begun working on the Street Improvement Program. The following streets receive pavement:
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Street Between Length
Jackson Middle to College 2480
Kasie Tate to Camp 681
Lee Davis to League 3099
Fore Main to Connally 1070
Forrest Ln Bell to Barbara 1119
Garrison Main to Connally 940
Glover Davis to Church 348
Houston Hillcrest to League 4800
Commercial Serv. various repair 442
Como College to RR 3317
Dabbs Gilmer to Davis 401
Drexel Broadway to Mockingbird 1441
Fisher Spence to Lee 1500
Ardis Spence to Beckham 1880
Azalea Hillcrest to Main 3648
Bonner Church to Davis 539
Brinker Beasley to dead-end 2629
California Church to Seventh 1520
Charles College to Lakeshore 998
Lee (2021) Davis to Broadway 1901
League (2021) Bellview to Pampa 3131
Total Linear Feet 37,884
Total Miles 7.18
Total Cost $ 2,012,318.00
Street Maintenance Fee Cost Estimate $ 1,072,668.00
Estimated Street Maintenance Fee Funds Available (Fund Balance Plus Budgeted Revenue) $ 1,049,101.81
Red Text indicates streets paid for by the Street Maintenance Fee. All other streets are paid for by a transfer from General Fund to Capital Fund.
Elsewhere around the city, employees:
Checked out 2,981 items from the library plus 660 eBooks
Responded to 206 fire/rescue calls, including four structure fires and one vehicle fire
Removed two fallen trees from city streets
We patched 355 potholes.
We made significant street repairs following 14 water/sewer repairs and one Atmos repair.
Poured concrete paths at Pacific Park
We poured a concrete parking area for the food truck at Pacific Park
Installed benches and Picnic tables at Pacific Park
Responded to 204 calls for animal control
Achieved a 66% adoption rate at the animal shelter
Made two felony arrests in the Special Crimes Unit
Responded to 35 accidents, wrote 577 citations, recorded 45 offenses, made 19 arrests, and responded to 2,330 calls in the Patrol Division
Sold 2.617 gallons of AvGas and 15,700 gallons of JetA fuel
Installed electrical conduit for light poles at Pacific Park
We performed preventative maintenance on several air conditioning units throughout the city.
Underwent an annual inspection at the wastewater treatment plant – passed with flying colors
Treated effluent to a daily average total suspended solids count of .13 mg/L.
We performed preventative maintenance on several items throughout the wastewater treatment plant.
Repaired nine main water ruptures
We replaced ten water meters.
Unstopped 28 sewer mains.
Repaired three sewer mains
Conducted 61 building inspections, 20 electrical inspections, 18 plumbing inspections, and five mechanical inspections, and issued 31 building permits.
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