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Asian American Quality of Life Advisory CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 2a4_Business Planning Work Group Notes original pdf

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Business Planning Work Group Notes – February 2020 Summary The Business Planning Work Group did not meet this month. HR Project Lead: Sarah Chen Other participants: Kirk Yoshida, Vince Cobalis Status: Sarah is in the process of scheduling a meeting to discuss the recruitment of Asian Americans at the Austin Fire Department (AFD). The meeting will be with Chief Baker as well as Assistant Chief Pablo Ruiz, who oversees recruitment. This meeting will take place the week of March 2. Budget Community Forum The forum was held on Thursday, February 13 at the AARC. Notes about the forum are included in the Community Engagement Work Group notes. Other Budget Notes  Quality of Life Budget Workshop scheduled for February 29  Possible FY 2021 Budget Items: o AARC Existing Facility Needs: Ballroom Divider / Outdated Equipment Replacement / Lighting Upgrade o Additional Programming for the Austin History Center o Fire Department Recruitment of Asian Americans o Additional funding for AARC Master Plan Phase 2 Construction  Possible Project ‐ Equitable Chamber Funding Report Input to Consultant/Economic Development Department

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Asian American Quality of Life Advisory CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 3a_ Strategic Planning Session original pdf

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Major Task Initiative ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR MENTAL HEALTH ADDITIONAL WAYS TO HOLD COA DEPTS ACCOUNTABLE TO ENGAGING SERVING APIS ASIAN AMERICAN EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE BUILD ALLIANCE WITH AA COMMUNITY GROUP IN PARTICULAR THE UNDERSERVED CENSUS 2020 WORK COMMUNITY SAFETY ISSUES CONNECTIONS AND INCREASED DIALOGUE WITH CITY STAFF DEEPER ENGAGEMENT NEEDED WITH API COMMUNITIES W LESS POWER/ACCESS EFFICIENT/FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE ACCESS- HEALTHCARE ENSURING EQUITABLE SERVICES TO AA BY ALL ENTITIES FUNDING ON MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT LANGUAGE ACCESS FOR OPO LANGUAGE ISSUES MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT GROUP MORE DIRECT IMPACT ON POLICIES REACHING OUT TO ASIAN COMMUNITY MORE EFFICIENTLY REAL LANGUAGE ACCESS FOR CITIZENS REGULAR UPDATES TO COUNCIL ROBUST INTERPRETATION SERVICES ROBUST INTERPRETATION SERVICES TRANSPORTATION FOR HEALTH CARE ACCESS TRYING TO FOCUS ON MENTAL HEALTH Health and Human Services Social and Civic Engagement Administrative Social and Civic Engagement Economic Development Housing and Community Development Social and Civic Engagement Social and Civic Engagement Health and Human Services Health and Human Services Health and Human Services Social and Civic Engagement Social and Civic Engagement Health and Human Services Health and Human Services Social and Civic Engagement Social and Civic Engagement Health and Human Services Social and Civic Engagement Social and Civic Engagement Health and Human Services Health and Human Services Health and Human Services LANGUAGE ACCESS SYNERGY W/ OTHER INITIATIVES Health and Human Services Priority Tags Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Urgent,Important Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Important,Urgent Major Task Initiative Priority Tags VISIBILITY AND INCLUSION FOR OUR COMMUNITIES Social and Civic Engagement Important,Urgent Social and Civic Engagement Urgent,Less Important FIRST RESPONDERS AT MEETING TO DISCUSS ISSUES Social and Civic Engagement Health and Human Services Urgent,Less Important AAQOLC COMMISSIONER RUNNING FOR CITY COUNCIL SEAT CITY OF AUSTIN TRANSPORTATION FOLLOW-UP (APRIL MEETING) EFFECTIVE VACANCY FILLING PROCESS FASTER IN FILLING COMMISSION VACANCIES FOLLOW THROUGH ON BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS MORE VOCAL SUPPORT OF AA CANDIDATES (EX: PHILLIP HUANG) TRACKING OF BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS “I-SPEAK” CARDS/PROGRAMS AA CULTURAL ASSETS IN VERY FEW CITY FACILITIES/DISTRICTS AA INTEGRATION IN MAINSTREAM (COUNTED AND NOT THE “OTHER”- UNDERSTOOD) AARC KITCHEN USE ADVISORY ROLE HAS NO CLOUT MEET WITH CITY STAFF ON THEIR NEED TO SERVE AA BETTER AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE ACCESS- SENIOR IMMIGRANTS ASIAN AMERICAN ACCESS TO CITY SERVICES SHOULD BE IN DISTRICTS WHERE THEY LIVE BREAKING THE MODEL MINORITY MYTH BRING ASIAN ARTS AND CULTURE TO MAINSTREAM BUILDING ENGAGEMENT INTEREST WITH …

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Asian American Quality of Life Advisory CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 4_Early Childhood Council Strategic Plan original pdf

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Success By 6 Coalition Strategic Plan to Make Austin / Travis County a Happy, Healthy, and Enriching Place for Families and Young Children February 18, 2020 Cathy McHorse, Vice President Success By 6, United Way for Greater Austin Thomas Trinh, Hogg Mental Health Policy Fellow, United Way for Greater Austin Austin / Travis County Community Context In Austin/ Travis County…. 3% of these children are Asian American Child Care is Incredibly Expensive Why Does Poverty Matter? Percent of Children who are School Ready 51% 57% 59% 59% 29% 26% 35% 39% 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 Non-low Income Low Income Travis County Ready Set K! Data 2015-2019 Disproportionality in Low Rates Overall School Readiness All Students Non-low Income Low Income Asian Black Hispanic White Travis County Ready Set K! Data 2015-2019 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 38% 51% 29% 64% 36% 31% 50% 41% 57% 26% 67% 21% 32% 59% 46% 59% 35% 71% 35% 37% 61% 49% 59% 39% 40% 36% 44% 63% Success By 6 Coalition Strategic Plan: A 2,000 Day Journey Success By 6 Coalition SX6 Coalition Leadership Framework Healthy Beginnings SX6 Goa l: To ens ure a ll children receive ea rly a nd regula r developmenta l s creenings a nd immuniza tions , a nd a re linked to a cces s ible a nd coordina ted, integra ted a nd res pons ive ba s ic needs , medica l, denta l, a nd menta l hea lth s ervices including s ervices for children with developmenta l dela ys . Preterm birth rates are highest for African American and Hispanic/ Latino families. • Africa n America n 13.5% • His pa nic 7.11% • White 9% • As ia n 6.2% • More tha n one ra ce: 5.8% Ma ny His pa nic fa milies get no or la te prena ta l ca re: • Africa n America n 22.3% • His pa nic 21% • White 15.8% • As ia n 10.7% Source: Center For Dis ea s e Control 2018 Supported Families SX6 Goal: To ensure families have access to and use the resources that provide them with the knowledge, s kills , confidence a nd s ocia l s upports to pos itively nurture the hea lth, s a fety, a nd development of their children, a nd to develop grea ter fina ncia l s ta bility. Commission …

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Asian American Quality of Life Advisory CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 4c_ Information Sharing original pdf

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CITY OF AUSTIN CIVIL RIGHTS The City of Austin is currently seeking community input to better educate and enforce Civil Rights Ordinances/Laws within the Austin Community. You can provide input by attending an upcoming workshop or by completing a survey. JOIN US FOR A COMMUNITY WORKSHOP Arrive promptly at 6:30 pm Weds, Feb. 19 – Asian American Resource Center, 8401 Cameron Rd, Thurs. Feb. 27 – North Austin YMCA, 1000 W Rundberg Ln, Weds. March 4 – Ruiz Branch – Austin Public Library, 1600 Grove Blvd, Fri. March 6 – Turner Roberts Rec Center, 7201 Colony Loop Dr, Weds. March 11 – Carver Library, 1161 Angelina St, To request translation services contact Austin 3-1-1 PROVIDE YOUR INPUT ONLINE AT SPEAKUPAUSTIN.ORG/CIVILRIGHTS For More Information: CivilRights @austintexas.gov 512-974-3252 Ending the War on Drugs in Travis County How Low-Level Drug Possession Arrests are Harmful and Ineffective The Texas Criminal Justice Coalition, the Texas Harm Reduction Alliance, Grassroots Leadership, and the UT Law Civil Rights Clinic launched a research project to analyze data for 2,900 less-than-a-gram drug possession arrests in Travis County (Austin), Texas, from June 2017 to May 2018, a one-year period; this offense is considered a state jail felony under Texas law. We conducted this research in response to the increasing rate of drug possession arrests in Travis County, and to identify ways to reduce such arrests. Why This Research Project? ● Between 2013 and 2017, the number of Possession of a Controlled Substance (POCS) arrests in Travis County increased by 43 percent,1 and Travis County courts saw a 66 percent increase in the number of new felony drug possession cases, rising from 1,786 to 2,977 – a rate of increase that is 2.5 times higher than the increase in drug possession cases in all Texas courts.2 In 2017, POCS cases in Travis County had increased at such an alarming rate that county officials considered building more jail cells, especially to house the growing number of women arrested for drug possession. In 2017, the fourth leading charge for distinct days in jail for women in Travis County was less-than-a- gram POCS (a state jail felony), which accounted for 33,939 days. Of those days, almost 32 percent were for Black women,3 despite the fact that Black individuals comprise less than 9 percent of Travis County’s population,4 and Black women comprise roughly half that total, or 4.5 percent. ● ● ● The War on …

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Robert Mueller Municipal Airport Plan Implementation Advisory CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

New Northeast Middle School Community Meeting original pdf

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Robert Mueller Municipal Airport Plan Implementation Advisory Commission Community Interest Announcement New Northeast Middle School Community Meeting Tuesday, February 18, 2020, 6 to 8 pm AISD Performing Arts Center 1500 Barbara Jordan Blvd. Austin, TX 78723 Jill Fagan jill.fagan@austintexas.gov 512-974-7829

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Zoning and Platting CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

00000 ZAP February 18th Q & A Report.pdf original pdf

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February 18, 2020 Zoning and Platting Commission Q & A Report B-03 C8-2018-0171.SH - Goodnight Ranch Phase Two - East; District 2 Question: Commissioner Aguirre How is the Watershed Protection Department being engaged in the overall project? Also, what is the definition of ‘yard‘ houses? What is the allowed impervious cover? The print is very small on the tables, but there appears to be a higher than normal impervious cover amounts, plus the table refers to Yard, Row and Mansion Houses. How were those impervious rates arrived at? Please advise what measures are being taken to ensure there is no adverse impact to properties downstream as a result of the Goodnight Ranch project. Onion Creek is factually known for flash flooding with deadly consequences. Answer: Staff Following is the definition of Yard House from the PUD Ordinance (ORDINANCE NO. 20061116-053): "YARD HOUSE means a detached single-family residence One accessory dwelling unit containing not more than 700 square feet of gross building area may be constructed over the garage" The ordinance can viewed at http://www.cityofaustin.org/edims/document.cfm?id=99337

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Zoning and Platting CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

B-07 Revised (C8-2017-0307.3A - The Vistas of Austin, Section 4; District 4).pdf original pdf

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SUBDIVISION REVIEW SHEET CASE NO.: C8-2018-0122.1A ZAP DATE: February 18, 2020 SUBDIVISION NAME: East Village Phase 1 AREA: 49.37 acres LOTS: 204 lots APPLICANT: RH Pioneer North LLC (Gordon Reger) AGENT: LJA Engineering, (Walter Hoysa) ADDRESS OF SUBDIVISION: 3407 E Howard Lane GRIDS: MQ32 COUNTY: Travis WATERSHED: Harris Branch JURISDICTION: Full Purpose EXISTING ZONING: PUD DISTRICT: 1 LAND USE: Residential SIDEWALKS: Sidewalks will be constructed along all internal streets and the E Howard lane frontage. DEPARTMENT COMMENTS: This request is for the East Village Phase 1 final plat, comprised of 204 lots on 49.37 acres. There will be 196 residential lots, and 8 landscape, parkland, drainage and open space lots. The proposed lots comply with the Pioneer Crossing PUD requirements for use, lot width and lot size. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The preliminary plan meets all applicable State and City of Austin Land Development Code requirements and staff recommends approval. ZONING AND PLATTING COMMISSION ACTION: CASE MANAGER: Steve Hopkins PHONE: 512-974-3175 E-mail: steve.hopkins@austintexas.gov EASTVILLAGE SINGLE FAMILY PHASE 1 Street, Drainage, Water and Wastewater Improvements E H O W A R D L A N E D A O R U ESSA D N PROJECT LOCATION 2 T O L 3 T O L 4 T O L 3 T O L E H O W A R D L A N E P A R M E R L A N E A5511005 CV1.dgn Default 4/30/2019 12:49:13 PM EASTVILLAGE SINGLE FAMILY 3124-1/2 E PARMER LN LOCATION MAP (N.T.S.)

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Zoning and Platting CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

B-09 (Applicant Postponement Request).pdf original pdf

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Zoning and Platting CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

February 18, 2020 Zoning and Platting Commission original link

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Zoning and Platting CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

B-07 Corrected Backup (C8-2017-0307.3A - The Vistas of Austin Section 4; District 4).pdf original pdf

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SUBDIVISION REVIEW SHEET CASE NO.: C8-2017-0307.3A SUBDIVISION NAME: The Vistas of Austin, Section 4 AREA: 14.7 acres APPLICANT: The Vistas of Austin, LTD (Cary Cobb) AGENT: BGE, Inc. (Jacob Kondo) ZAP DATE: February 18, 2020 LOTS: 80 COUNTY: Travis JURISDICTION: Full Purpose ADDRESS OF SUBDIVISION: 1834 Old Lockhart Road GRIDS: MH12 WATERSHED: Rinard Creek EXISTING ZONING: SF-4A DISTRICT: 2 LAND USE: Residential SIDEWALKS: Sidewalks will be constructed along Old Lockhart Road and along all internal streets. DEPARTMENT COMMENTS: The request is for the approval of the Vistas of Austin, Section 4, comprised of 156 lots on 14.7 acres. This is a small lot subdivision containing 153 single family lots, 2 water quality/drainage lots and 1 park lot. The proposed lots comply with zoning requirements for use, lot width and lot size. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The staff recommends approval of the final plat. The plat meets all applicable State and City of Austin Land Development Code requirements. ZONING AND PLATTING COMMISSION ACTION: CASE MANAGER: Steve Hopkins E-mail: steve.hopkins@austintexas.gov PHONE: 512-974-3175 L J J Q R S T M M L R S Q Q T Q BGE, Inc. 101 West Louis Henna Blvd., Suite 400 Austin, TX 78728 Tel: 512-879-0400 ● www.bgeinc.com TBPE Registration No. F-1046 TBPLS Licensed Surveying Firm No. 10106502 Q Q T Q BGE, Inc. 101 West Louis Henna Blvd., Suite 400 Austin, TX 78728 Tel: 512-879-0400 ● www.bgeinc.com TBPE Registration No. F-1046 TBPLS Licensed Surveying Firm No. 10106502 BGE, Inc. 101 West Louis Henna Blvd., Suite 400 Austin, TX 78728 Tel: 512-879-0400 ● www.bgeinc.com TBPE Registration No. F-1046 TBPLS Licensed Surveying Firm No. 10106502 BGE, Inc. 101 West Louis Henna Blvd., Suite 400 Austin, TX 78728 Tel: 512-879-0400 ● www.bgeinc.com TBPE Registration No. F-1046 TBPLS Licensed Surveying Firm No. 10106502

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South Central Waterfront Advisory BoardFeb. 18, 2020

Backup original pdf

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For March 2020: Update costs for alternative Statesman & Crockett layout Template for February 2020 Physical Framework Cost Update A FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK TO FUND THE VISION OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE TRANPORTATION & INFRASTRUCTURE OPEN SPACES (Parks, AFFORDABLE Trails, Plazas) HOUSING g n i t e e M B A W C S h c r a M : S N O I T C A R T T A G N M O C I PRIVATELY FUNDED Baseline Development Requirement Bonus Development Requirement Public Improvement District Philanthropy (Conservancy) PUBLICLY FUNDED Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Public Utilities Affordable Housing (AHTF, tax credits) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ DECISIONS BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL PROJECT COSTS PRIVATE & PUBLIC REVENUE STREAMS SCW Infrastructure & Public Realm Determine: Identify Projects for TIF Project Plan Affordable Housing Gap Finance Determine: Depth of Affordability Location City commitment @ One Texas Center Developer Contributions & Bonus Fees Determine: Bonus Fee & Structure w/ Regulating Plan Philanthropy Determine: City relationship with economic entity and/or potential conservancy Public Funds - CIP Funds - Utilities - Affordable Housing $$ - Tax Increment Finance Determine: Portion of TIF set aside for SCW TIRZ Share of other public funds Establish: SCW Tax Increment Refinance Zone Authorize: Creation of an Economic Development Entity Adopt: SCW Regulating Plan

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Resource Management CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

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Resource Management CommissionFeb. 18, 2020

Approved Minutes_02-18-20 original pdf

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2020 The Resource Management Commission convened a meeting on Tuesday, January 18th, 2020 at Town Lake Center, 721 Barton Springs Road, in Austin, Texas. Commissioners in Attendance: Kaiba White, Vice Chair (District 2); Jonathan Blackburn (District 8); Dana Harmon (District 9); Shane Johnson (District 4).); Rebecca Brenneman (District 10); Lisa Chavarria (Mayor); and Tom “Smitty” Smith (District 5). Commissioners Absent: James Babyak (District 6); Nakyshia Fralin (District 1); Leo Dielmann, Chair (District 7); There is one vacancy (District 3). Staff in Attendance: Hayley Cunningham and Larry Graham of Texas Gas Service; Jamie Mitchell of Austin Energy. CALL TO ORDER – Vice Chair White called the meeting to order at 6:50 p.m. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Paul Robbins discussed Green Buiding Standards Revisions. Mr. Robbins also offered to provide a twenty minute presentation on this subject. . Consent Items: APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve minutes of the January 21, 2020 meeting. The motion to approve minutes of the January 21, 2020 meeting was approved on Commissioner Smith’s motion, Commissioner Harmon’s second, on a 6-0 vote, with Commissioner Brenneman abstaining. Chair Dielmann and Commissioners Babyak, Fralin absent. NEW BUSINESS 2. Discussion with Texas Gas Service regarding rebates for new construction Larry Graham with Texas Gas Service discussed natural gas use in Austin, Texas Gas Service’s studies on using alternative sources such as methane from water treatment plants and consumer preferences being met by builders homes. Mr. Graham also providied information on upcoming rate case of Texas Natural Gas Non-Consent STAFF REPORTS AND BRIEFINGS 3. Update on the City’s review of the Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency/Conservation program. (Rondella Hawkins, Telecommunications & Regulatory Affairs Officer) Citizen Communication: Paul Robbins discussed the proposed rate structure for Texas Natural Gas. Rondella Hawkins, the Telecommunicatins and Regulatory Affairs Officer for the City of Austin discussed the upcoming schedule for the rate case.    Commisisoner Smith queried staff if the Resource Management Commission or the Electric Utility Commission has purview over rates. Staff responded that they did not. UPDATES FROM COMMISSIONERS, WORKING GROUP 4. Update from members of the EUC Resource Planning Working Group: Commissioners Dielmann and White Commissioner White provided an update on the EUC Resource Planning Working Group plan, process, and progress to date. Commissioners discussed the role of Austin Energy programs in the resource planning process, the role of storage and resource planning in future …

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South Central Waterfront Advisory BoardFeb. 18, 2020

Approved Minutes original pdf

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SOUTH CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD APPROVED MINUTES FOR FEBRUARY 18, 2020 AT 6:00 PM The South Central Waterfront Advisory Board convened in a regular meeting on February 18, 2020 at One Texas Center, 3rd floor conference room located at 505 Barton Springs Road, Austin, Texas. Chair Samuel Franco called the meeting to order at 6:01 p.m. Board Members in attendance: Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor & District 9 Appointee) Linda Guerrero (Environmental Commission) Francoise Luca (Parks & Recreation Board) Karen Paup (Affordable Housing Rep) Wendy Price Todd (S. River City NA) Alfred Godfrey (Trail Foundation) 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL a. No citizen communication. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES AND ACTION Ex Officios: Nazlie Saeedi (ATD) Molly Alexander (DAA) City of Austin Planning & Zoning Staff: Alan Holt, Executive Liaison Jodi Lane, PAZ Staff a. Board Member Wendy Price Todd made a motion, seconded by Board Member Linda Guerrero, to approve the draft January 21, 2020 SCWAB meeting minutes. The motion to approve passed with 7 yes and 2 absent (includes absentees Greg Anderson and Cory Walton) votes. 3. ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION a. Draft 1 – 2020 Update Report on SCW Physical Framework Costs – Executive Liaison Alan Holt, Public Works Department staff Kevin Sweat, and Jodi Lane, PAZ Staff, presented an update on the SCW Physical Framework Costs. The Board discussed this but no action was taken. b. EDD process with Consultant for Development Corporation Entity - An update was provided by Executive Liaison Alan Holt. The Board agreed with the suggestion from EDD staff to potentially call a Special Called Meeting to provide feedback to the Consultant prior to his report being sent to Council. The Board anticipates taking action once further information is available from EDD. No action was taken. c. Council Resolution on February 20 on SCW Implementation - The Board discussed the Council Resolution brought forth by Executive Liaison Alan Holt but no action was taken. The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. For information, please contact Alan Holt in the Planning and Zoning Department at alan.holt@austintexas.gov or (512) 974-2716. TTY users route through …

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Parks and Recreation BoardFeb. 15, 2020

Community Interest Announcement original pdf

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Members of the Parks and Recreation Board will be exploring Zilker Park with an eye to transportation access to and between different parts of the park. How can we make Zilker Park more accessible to people traveling on foot, with a mobility device, riding a bike, driving a car or taking a bus? PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD Community Interest Announcement Zilker Park Mobility Field Trip Saturday, February 15, 2020 10:00am – 12:45pm Zilker Hillside Theater 2206 William Barton Dr. Austin, TX 78746 Attendees will meet at a tent in the vicinity of Zilker Hillside Theater. Please dress appropriately to spend a few hours outdoors and bring a water bottle. Schedule of Activities 10:00-10:15am Greetings and introduction, divide into teams 10:15-11:45am Explore the park and environs, take notes 11:45-12:45pm Regroup and share takeaways A quorum of board members will not be present. Board Liaison Sammi Curless 512-974-6716

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Airport Advisory CommissionFeb. 14, 2020

Community Interest Announcement original pdf

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Airport Advisory Commission COMMUNITY INTEREST ANNOUNCEMENT Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Administrative Building Open House February 14, 2020 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. 3201A Presidential Blvd., Austin, TX 78719 Board Liaison: Ammie Calderon 512-530-6605

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Commission on SeniorsFeb. 14, 2020

Agenda original pdf

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COMMISSION ON SENIORS FEBRUARY 14TH, 2020 AT 5:00PM AUSTIN CITY HALL, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ROOM 301 WEST 2ND STREET, AUSTIN, TX 78701 Billy Jackson Natalie Cagle COMMISSION ON SENIORS CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Janee Briesemeister, Chair Peter Varteressian, Vice-Chair Erica Garcia-Pittman Martin Kareithi Jacqueline Angel Patricia Bordie MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CURRENT MEMBERS: Jonathan Franks, Chair Taurean Burt Joey Gidseg Diane Kearns-Osterweil Jose Levy Robin Orlowski Danny Saenz Emily Shryock Deborah Trejo Fred Lugo Emily De Maria Nicola Karen Grampp Adam Hauser Amy Temperley Sally Van Sickle Diana Spain CALL TO ORDER There may be discussion and action on any of the following items: AGENDA CITIZEN COMMUNICATION Each speaker signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will be called in order of sign-up and will be allowed three minutes to speak about items posted or not on the agenda. I. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM THE MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES DECEMBER 13TH, 2019, REGUALR MEETING. A. Mayor’s Committee for People with Disabilities and Commission on Seniors collaborative efforts, including but not limited to budget recommendations for Fiscal Year 2021. B. Update and discussion of Quality of Life Study for People with Disabilities. II. ANNOUNCEMENTS III. NEW BUSINESS IV. OLD BUSINESS STAFF BRIEFINGS V. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS VI. VII. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. Please call Halana Kaleel at Austin Public Health Department at (512) 972-5019 for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Commission on Seniors, please contact Halana Kaleel at (512) 972-5019 or at Halana.Kaleel@austintexas.gov.

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Commission on SeniorsFeb. 14, 2020

Revised Agenda original pdf

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COMMISSION ON SENIORS AND MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES FEBRUARY 14TH, 2020 AT 5:00PM AUSTIN CITY HALL, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ROOM 301 WEST 2ND STREET, AUSTIN, TX 78701 COMMISSION ON SENIORS CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Janee Briesemeister, Chair Peter Varteressian, Vice-Chair Erica Garcia-Pittman Martin Kareithi Jacqueline Angel Patricia Bordie Karen Grampp Adam Hauser Natalie Cagle Fred Lugo Emily De Maria Nicola Billy Jackson Amy Temperley Sally Van Sickle Diana Spain MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CURRENT MEMBERS: Jonathan Franks, Chair Taurean Burt Joey Gidseg Diane Kearns-Osterweil Jose Levy Robin Orlowski Danny Saenz Emily Shryock Deborah Trejo REVISED AGENDA CALL TO ORDER There may be discussion and action on any of the following items: CITIZEN COMMUNICATION Each speaker signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will be called in order of sign-up and will be allowed three minutes to speak about items posted or not on the agenda. I. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM THE MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES DECEMBER 13TH, 2019, REGULAR MEETING. II. ANNOUNCEMENTS III. NEW BUSINESS A. Discussion by Mayor’s Committee for People with Disabilities and Commission for Seniors of the common budget issues previously identified at Community Budget Outreach Forums, including but not limited to discussion of each committee’s respective budget recommendations for Fiscal Year 2021. B. Update and discussion of Quality of Life Study for People with Disabilities. IV. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. Please call Halana Kaleel at Austin Public Health Department at (512) 972-5019 for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Commission on Seniors, please contact Halana Kaleel at (512) 972-5019 or at Halana.Kaleel@austintexas.gov.

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Mayor's Committee for People with DisabilitiesFeb. 14, 2020

MCPD and Commission on Seniors Joint Meeting Revised Agenda for Friday February 14, 2020 original pdf

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COMMISSION ON SENIORS AND MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES FEBRUARY 14TH, 2020 AT 5:00PM AUSTIN CITY HALL, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ROOM 301 WEST 2ND STREET, AUSTIN, TX 78701 Billy Jackson Natalie Cagle COMMISSION ON SENIORS CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Janee Briesemeister, Chair Peter Varteressian, Vice-Chair Erica Garcia-Pittman Martin Kareithi Jacqueline Angel Patricia Bordie MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CURRENT MEMBERS: Jonathan Franks, Chair Taurean Burt Joey Gidseg Diane Kearns-Osterweil Jose Levy Robin Orlowski Danny Saenz Emily Shryock Deborah Trejo Fred Lugo Emily De Maria Nicola Karen Grampp Adam Hauser Amy Temperley Sally Van Sickle Diana Spain CALL TO ORDER There may be discussion and action on any of the following items: AGENDA CITIZEN COMMUNICATION Each speaker signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will be called in order of sign-up and will be allowed three minutes to speak about items posted or not on the agenda. I. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM THE MAYOR’S COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES DECEMBER 13TH, 2019, REGULAR MEETING. II. ANNOUNCEMENTS III. NEW BUSINESS A. Discussion by Mayor’s Committee for People with Disabilities and Commission for Seniors of the common budget issues previously identified at Community Budget Outreach Forums, including but not limited to discussion of each committee’s respective budget recommendations for Fiscal Year 2021. B. Update and discussion of Quality of Life Study for People with Disabilities. IV. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. Please call Halana Kaleel at Austin Public Health Department at (512) 972-5019 for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Commission on Seniors, please contact Halana Kaleel at (512) 972-5019 or at Halana.Kaleel@austintexas.gov.

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Mayor's Committee for People with DisabilitiesFeb. 14, 2020

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