June 24, 2014

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RICHLAND HILLS CITY COUNCIL

SPEICAL MEETING AGENDA

JUNE 24, 2014, 3:00 P.M.

CITY HALL, 3200 DIANA DRIVE

 

CALL TO ORDER 

  1. Executive Session: Pursuant to the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, Sec. 551.071, Sec. 551.072, Sec. 551.073, Sec. 551.074, Sec. 551.076, Sec. 551.087 and Sec. 418.0183 (f) and 418.106 (d) & (e) of the Texas Government Code (Texas Disaster Act). Refer to posted list attached hereto and incorporated herein.

     

  2. Reconvene into open session for possible action resulting from any items posted and legally discussed in Executive Session.

  

           ADJOURNMENT

 

This facility is wheelchair accessible.  If you plan to attend this meeting and you have a disability that requires special arrangements at the meeting, please notify the City Secretary 48 hours in advance of the meeting so that reasonable accommodations can be made.  City of Richland Hills (817) 616-3810.

 

Posted this  ____________ day of ________________________, 2014 at ________p.m.

Signed __________________________________________________________

 

Section 551.071: Consultation with Attorney

The City Council may conduct a private consultation with its attorney when the City Council seeks the advice of its attorney concerning any item on this agenda, about pending and contemplated litigation, or a settlement offer, or on a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the City Council under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Board of Texas clearly conflicts with Chapter 551.

  1. Michael Malone o/b/o Lisbeth Malone
  2. Relocation expenses related to enforcement of Substandard Building Ordinance

Section 551.072: Deliberation regarding real property:

The City Council may conduct a closed meeting to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property.

  1.  Property located at 3271 Matthews Drive.
  2. Acquisition of Easements for Kingsbury Interceptor Project

Section 551.073: Deliberation regarding Prospective Gift or Donation

The City Council may conduct a closed meeting to deliberate a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation to the City.

Section 551.074: Deliberation regarding Personnel Matters

The City Council may deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of public officers, including the City Manager, City Secretary, City Attorney, Municipal Judge and non-advisory city boards and commission members. A complete list of the city boards and commissions and the membership of those boards and commissions is on file in the City Secretary’s Office.

1.         City Secretary

Section 551.076: Deliberation regarding Security Devices

The City Council may deliberate the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation of security personnel or devices.

Section 551.087: Deliberation regarding Economic Development Negotiations

The City Council may discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information received from a business prospect that the city seeks to have locate, stay or expand in or near the city and which the City is conducting economic development negotiations or to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect; particularly, discussion with economic development specialist regarding potential economic incentive agreement for development of real property.

Section 418.183(f): Texas Disaster Act

The City Council may deliberate information: (1) for purposes of preventing, investigating, or responding to an act of terrorism or related criminal activity and involving emergency response providers, their staffing, contact information and tactical plans; (2) that relates to the risk or vulnerability of persons or property, including infrastructure, to an act of terrorism; (3) that relates to the assembly of an explosive weapon, the location of a material that may be used in a chemical, biological or radioactive weapon, or unpublished information pertaining to vaccines or devices to detect biological agents or toxins; (4) that relates to details of the encryption codes or security keys for a public communication system;(5) that relates to a terrorism-related report to an agency of the United States; (6) that relates to technical details of particular vulnerabilities of critical infrastructure to an act of terrorism; (7) that relates to information regarding security measures or security systems intended to protect public and private property from an act of terrorism; or (8) any other topic subject to discussion in closed session pursuant to the Texas  Disaster Act.

Section 418.106(d) & (e): Local Meetings to Discuss Emergency Management Plans regarding Pipeline Safety  The City Council may discuss emergency management plans providing for disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery in executive session when those plans contain sensitive information relating to critical infrastructure or facilities, and the safety or security of the infrastructures or facilities could be jeopardized by disclosure of the emergency