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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/21/2022 5:45 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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22-1489 2MinutesApproval of minutes of previous meetings as written.   Not available
22-1461 3-aLiquor License ApplicationLovepup Foundation This is a ten-day event to commence on Wednesday, December 14, 2022, and continue through Friday December 23, 2022, from 5:30 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. at 4011 South Power Road. (District 6)   Not available
22-1460 3-bLiquor License ApplicationAmerican Patriots Riders Club This is a one-day event to be held on Saturday, December 10, 2022, from 12:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at 922 South Country Club Drive. (District 4)   Not available
22-1463 3-cLiquor License ApplicationKentucky Bluegrass Bourbon & Spirits A liquor distributor is requesting a new Series 4 Wholesaler License for Kentucky Bluegrass Bourbon & Spirits LLC, 100 West Hoover Avenue, Suite 7; Keith Brian Turner, agent. There is no existing license at this location. (District 4)   Not available
22-1464 3-dLiquor License ApplicationLongbow Golf Club A golf course with a bar is requesting a new Series 7 Beer and Wine Bar License for Thompson Golf Group OPS LLC, 5601 East Longbow Parkway; Ryan Neal Thompson, agent. This is an ownership transfer. The existing license held by Troon Beverages Inc. will revert to the State for modification. (District 5)   Not available
22-1465 3-eLiquor License ApplicationMaduro’s Fine Cigars & Tobacco East A cigar lounge is requesting a new Series 7 Beer and Wine Bar License for Maduros Fine Cigars & Tobacco East LLC, 1907 West Main Street, Suite 4B; Ronald Earl Hardin Jr, agent. This is an ownership transfer. The existing license held by Big Sticks LLC will revert to the State for modification. (District 3)   Not available
22-1466 3-fLiquor License ApplicationFirst Watch Restaurant #0659 A restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch is requesting a new Series 12 Restaurant License for First Watch Restaurants Inc., 1534 South Signal Butte Road, Suite 105; Joanne Karen Feinstein, agent. There is no existing license at this location. (District 5)   Not available
22-1467 3-gLiquor License ApplicationLongbow Golf Club A golf course restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner is requesting a new Series 12 Restaurant License for Thompson Golf Group OPS LLC, 5601 East Longbow Parkway; Ryan Neal Thompson, agent. The existing license held by Troon Beverages Inc. will revert to the State. (District 5)   Not available
22-1468 3-hLiquor License ApplicationOutcast Doughnuts A donut shop that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner is requesting a new Series 12 Restaurant License for Outcast Doughnuts LLC, 104 West Main Street, Suite 103; Jeffrey Craig Miller, agent. There is no existing license at this location. (District 4)   Not available
22-1469 3-iLiquor License ApplicationSlaughter House What the Hell Bar A restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner is requesting a new Series 12 Restaurant License for Slaughter House USA LLC, 7303 East Main Street, Suite 114 -116; Jeffrey Craig Miller, agent. The existing license held by HGJB Enterprises LLC will revert to the State. (District 2)   Not available
22-1474 4-aContractOne-Year Term Contract of Excess Workers’ Compensation Insurance and Workers' Compensation Self-Insurance Surety Bond (Citywide) As a self-insured entity for the administration of workers' compensation benefits, Arizona statute requires the City to obtain excess workers' compensation insurance and to provide a security deposit based on the total unpaid losses of open compensable workers' compensation claims, which is accomplished through securing a surety bond. Staff recommends the purchase of an excess workers' compensation insurance policy, through the City’s insurance broker, Arthur J Gallagher & Co., with a self-insured retention up to $2 million per accident/injury/illness (with exceptions) for a premium up to $550,000 and a worker’s compensation self-insurance surety bond for the bond rate up to $12.00 per every $1,000 of unpaid losses.   Not available
22-1427 4-bContractPurchase of Stage Lighting Fixtures (Replacements) for the Mesa Arts Center, Ikeda and Playhouse Theaters, as requested by the Arts and Culture Department (Citywide) This purchase will replace stage lighting equipment for the Ikeda and Playhouse Theaters to begin the phased upgrade of the most commonly used lighting fixtures and components to LED technology. LED replacements will increase stage lighting capability and significantly lower the power consumption from an average of 750 watts to 300 watts per fixture. The Arts and Culture Department and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the lowest, responsive, and responsible bidder, Barbizon Light of the Rockies at $198,246.54.   Not available
22-1446 4-cContractOne-Year Term Contract with Four Years of Renewal Options for Gas Service Regulators for the Materials and Supply Warehouse (for the Energy Resources Department) (Citywide) This contract will provide gas service regulators for new construction projects and maintenance and repair of existing facilities in the City’s natural gas distribution system. Materials and Supply places orders and maintains inventory as needed. The Business Services Department and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the lowest, responsive, and responsible bidder Measurement Control Systems, Inc., at $190,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Producer Price Index.   Not available
22-1450 4-dContractOne-Year Term Contract with Four Years of Renewal Options for Pipe Parts for the Materials and Supply Warehouse (for the Energy Resources and Water Resources Departments) (Citywide) This contract will provide various pipe parts such as ells, elbows, nipples, caps, couplings, tees, and bushings for the Utilities Departments. Materials and Supply places orders and maintains inventory as-needed. The Business Services Department and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the lowest, responsive, and responsible bidders for each Group: United Central Industrial Supply; and Winsupply C Phoenix AZ Co,. dba Thomas Pipe and Supply; at $115,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index.   Not available
22-1439 4-eContractUse of a Cooperative Contract for the Purchase of Four Crew Trucks with Utility Service Bodies for the Energy Resources and Water Resources Departments (Citywide) This purchase will provide crew trucks with Freightliner chassis with utility service bodies; two additions for Energy Resources, and two replacements for Water Resources. The City has standardized our fleet in which Freightliner has been able to standardize crew trucks to meet our specifications in all categories. The vehicles that are being replaced have met established criteria and will be either traded, auctioned, sold, or deployed for special uses. The Fleet Services, Energy Resources, and Water Resources Departments and Purchasing recommend authorizing the purchase using the State of Arizona cooperative contract with Freightliner of Arizona, for $1,093,339.84. This purchase is funded by the Capital Utility Fund and Utility Replacement Extension and Renewal Fund.   Not available
22-1442 4-fContractUse of a Cooperative Contract for an Eight-Month Term Contract with Three Years of Renewal Options for Electrical Motor Drives and Maintenance for the Water Resources Department (Citywide) This contract will provide all necessary labor, equipment, transportation, tools, replacement parts, and personnel with technical expertise necessary to provide electrical motor drives and maintenance. The Water Resources Department and Purchasing recommend authorizing the purchase using the City of Phoenix Strategic Alliance for Volume Expenditures (S.A.V.E) cooperative contract with Dykman Electrical, Inc., at $200,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index.   Not available
22-1448 4-gContractOne-Year Term Contract with One-Year Renewal Options for Income Verification Software for the Community Services Department (Sole Source) (Citywide) Carahsoft is the vendor that administers the Work Number software program used by the Housing Authority to verify income. Most employers submit employee compensation information into this system. According to HUD regulation, the City is required to verify income that may not be reported, which would cause an overpayment of rent on behalf of the participant. Carahsoft is the only vendor that has the detail and the larger number of employers reporting in the system. The Community Services Department and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the sole source vendor, Carahsoft Technology Corp., at $30,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index. This purchase is funded by the Housing Choice Voucher Program.   Not available
22-1449 4-hContractDollar-Limit Increase to the Term Contract for Landscape Irrigation and Sprinkler Supplies for the Materials and Supply Warehouse (for the Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities and Transportation Departments) (Citywide) The Transportation Department created a new lifecycle budget to upgrade their Calsense irrigation system. The increase is needed for this upgrade to a new centralized irrigation system. The Business Services and Transportation Departments and Purchasing recommend increasing the dollar limit with Sprinkler World of Arizona, Inc.; Ewing Irrigation Products; and Horizon Distributors, Inc.; Years 4 and 5 by $350,000, from $690,000 to $1,040,000 annually. This purchase is funded Lifecycle Program Funds and the Transportation Department operating budget.   Not available
22-1444 4-iContractThree-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for Fence, Gate and Safety Rail Repairs and Installations for the Transportation Department (Single Response) (Citywide) This contract will provide fence, alley gates, and safety rail repairs and installations at a variety of locations within the City. The Transportation Department and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the single, responsive and responsible bidder, Biddle and Brown Fence Co., LLC, at $159,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index. This purchase is funded by the Local Streets Fund.   Not available
22-1472 4-jContractThree-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for Five Master Job Order Contracts for Transportation Construction Services (Citywide) Job Order Master contracts for transportation construction services will include construction of city infrastructure related to streets, right-of-way, storm sewers, traffic signals, site improvements, or other civil related improvements. Staff recommends approving Haydon Building Corporation, M.R. Tanner Construction, Nesbitt Contracting Company, Inc., Sunland Asphalt and Construction, LLC, and Talis Construction Corporation (a Mesa business), for Job Order Master Contracts for transportation construction services for a period of three full years, with the option to extend the contracts for two additional one-year option periods, based on successful contractor performance and City concurrence. These five master contracts allow for the issuance of multiple individual job orders with a limit of $4,000,000 per job order, or as otherwise approved by Council.   Not available
22-1473 4-kContractThree-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for Three Master Job Order Contracts for General Building Construction Services (Citywide) Job Order Master contracts for general building construction services include renovations and repairs, additions, demolition, and facility improvements for City buildings and facilities. Staff recommends approving Brycon, McCarthy, and SDB Contracting Services for Job Order Master Contracts for General Building Construction Services for a period of three full years, with the option to extend the contracts for two additional one-year option periods, based on successful contractor performance and City concurrence. These three master contracts allow for the issuance of multiple individual job orders with a limit of $4,000,000 per job order, or as otherwise approved by Council.   Not available
22-1437 4-lContractPurchase of Two Gas Delivery and Breaching Systems for Armored Vehicles (Additions) for the Mesa Police Department (Sole Source) (Citywide) This purchase will provide DRACO breaching operational equipment for the two Lenco BearCat armored vehicles being purchased by the Department. The new DRACO Gas Delivery System will equip operators with a gas delivery system capable of remotely delivering up to eight chemical gas canisters and two noise flash diversion devices from the safety of an armored vehicle. It is a multi-use tool designed specifically for the safe delivery of command-initiated, indoor safe baffled chemical grenades and noise flash diversion devices into a hostile environment, including hardened structures and/or vehicles. The Fleet Services and Police Departments and Purchasing recommend authorizing the purchase with the sole source vendor, JN Tactical, for $44,296. This purchase is funded by Public Safety Sales Tax.   Not available
22-1438 4-mContractUse of a Cooperative Contract for the Purchase of Two Armored Vehicles (Replacements) for the Mesa Police Department (Citywide) This purchase will provide two Lenco BearCat G3 armored vehicles. The G3's have an increased ground clearance, and a robust suspension that allows for emergency response in rural regions and natural disaster scenarios where standard armored SWAT vehicles would experience challenges. The Fleet Services and Police Departments and Purchasing recommend authorizing the purchase using the City of Tempe/Strategic Alliance for Volume Expenditures (S.A.V.E.) cooperative contract with Lenco Armored Vehicles, for $792,098.72. This purchase is funded by Public Safety Sales Tax.   Not available
22-1443 4-nContractUse of a Cooperative Contract for the Purchase for Evidence Lockers and Refrigerators (Replacements) for the Mesa Police Department (Grant Funded) (Citywide) This purchase will provide two evidence lockers with refrigerators, and two evidence lockers to provide a secure chain of custody for the Mesa Family Advocacy Center (MFAC). The refrigerated evidence lockers will be used for temperature sensitive evidence. The evidence lockers will be used for short-term evidence storage. MFAC is being remodeled and includes the replacement of existing equipment in the evidence room. The Police Department and Purchasing recommend authorizing the purchase using the State of Arizona cooperative contract with Interior Solutions, for $85,000.   Not available
22-1406 4-oContractWater Transfer Station No. 02 Upgrades Project - Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR), Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) No. 1 (District 5) This is the first of first of three GMPs for this project. GMP No.1 includes the inspection of the existing waterline and the installation of a dewatering standpipe at the intersection of Recker and Brown Roads. Staff recommends awarding a construction services contract to the CMAR, J.R. Filanc Construction, Inc., in the amount of $766,829.96 (GMP), and authorizing a change order allowance of the amount in $38,341.47 (5%), for a total amount of $805,170.81. This project is funded by Utility Systems Revenue Obligations.   Not available
22-1521 4-pContractGateway Boulevard and Aviation Way Utility and Roadway Improvements - Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR); Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) No. 3 (District 6) In October 2021, Council approved GMP No. 1, an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority (PMGAA), to construct City roadway and utility infrastructure to aid in the development of the east side of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. The project scope for this GMP No. 3 includes construction of the roadway and utility improvements for Aviation Way and Gateway Boulevard and the waterline along the west side of Ellsworth Road from State Route (SR) 24 to Pecos Road. Staff recommends that awarding a construction services contract to the selected CMAR, Sundt Construction, Inc., in the amount of $35,421,129 (GMP No. 3), and authorizing a change order allowance in the amount of $1,771,056 (5%), for a total amount of $37,192,185. This project is funded by Utility Systems Revenue Obligations, 2020 Street Bonds, and the Transportation fund. PMGAA will reimburse the City for all costs associate   Not available
22-1248 5-aResolutionCanvassing, declaring, and adopting the results of the Special Bond Election consolidated with the Statewide General Election, held on November 8, 2022. (Citywide) For continuance to the December 1, 2022 City Council meeting.   Not available
22-1344 5-bResolutionApproving and authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Project Agreement with the Maricopa Association of Governments for reimbursement under the Arterial Life Cycle Program for the Ellsworth Rd: Posada Avenue to Prairie Avenue Project that defines the regional reimbursement schedule for the project. The total project cost is estimated at $324,470. The City is eligible for reimbursement of 70% of the actual total cost estimated at $227,129 and is responsible for the remaining project cost at approximately $97,341. (District 6)   Not available
22-1408 5-cResolutionApproving and authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Development Agreement for City Share Reimbursement with Shea Homes Limited Partnership, a California limited partnership, for the reimbursement of $112,000 for waterline improvements that are being required by the City in conjunction with a proposed residential development known as Avalon Crossing Ph. 1, located at 10303 East Williams Field Road. (District 6)   Not available
22-1412 5-dResolutionApproving and authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Grant Agreement with the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission to accept $74,959 in grant funds to be used for equipment for the Police Department’s Forensic Services Division. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1433 5-eResolutionApproving and authorizing the City Manager to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the participants in the Regional Metropolitan Phoenix Fire Service automatic aid system to provide automatic assistance for fires and other types of fire-rescue-emergency medical services. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1445 5-fResolutionEndorsing the creation of the Sherwood Mesa Irrigation Water Delivery District that is generally bound by University Drive on the north, Pepper Place on the south, Stapley Drive on the west, and Hunt Drive. (District 4) The formation of an irrigation water delivery district allows the District to make improvements and perform maintenance and operations of their irrigation system. Final designation of the District is determined by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.   Not available
22-1237 6-aOrdinanceAmending Title 6 of the Mesa City Code (Police Regulations) by repealing and replacing Chapter 12 entitled "Offensive, Excessive and Prohibited Noises", clarifying definitions, prohibitions, and exemption procedures, and updating penalty provisions. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1428 6-bOrdinanceZON22-00263 “Hines” (District 2) An ordinance within the 5600 to 5800 blocks of East Inverness Avenue (north and west side) and within the 5600 to 5800 blocks of South Sunview (north and south sides). Located east of Higley Road and north of Baseline Road (50± acres). Rezone from Planned Employment Park with a Planned Area Development Overlay and Council Use Permit (PEP-PAD CUP) to Planned Employment Park with a Planned Area Development Overlay (PEP-PAD), Light Industrial with a Planned Area Development Overlay (LI-PAD), and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for an industrial development. Sean Lake, Pew & Lake, PLC, applicant; VHS ACQUISITION SUBSIDIARY NUMBER 11 INC, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 6-1) For continuance to the January 9, 2023 City Council meeting.   Not available
22-1429 6-cOrdinanceZON22-00265 “Sparrow” (District 2) Within the 1200 to 1300 blocks of South 48th Street (both sides), the 4700 to 4800 blocks of East Southern Avenue, and within the 4800 to 4900 blocks of East Hampton Avenue (north side). Located east of Greenfield Road and south of Southern Avenue. (9± acres). Rezone from Single Residence-43 (RS-43) and Single Residence-15 (RS-15) to Multiple Residence-4 with a Planned Area Development overlay (RM-4-PAD) and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for a multiple residence development. Pew & Lake, applicant; Sunny Mesa INC, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 6-0)   Not available
22-1430 6-dOrdinanceZON22-00731 “Greenfield Industrial” (District 1) Within the 4300 block of East McDowell Road (south side) and the 2500 to 2800 blocks of North Greenfield Road (west side). Located on the south side of McDowell Road and the west side of Greenfield Road (17.72± acres). Rezone to remove conditions of approval of Zoning Case Number Z80-047 and to add new conditions of approval, Site Plan Review, and Special Use Permit. This request will allow for an industrial development. Tim Thielke, DLR Group, applicant; Donald Ottosen TR, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 6-0)   Not available
22-1479 7-aResolutionA resolution declaring proposed titles and schedules of terms and conditions for electric utility services to be a public record. (Districts 1 and 4)   Not available
22-1480 7-bOrdinanceAdopting and repealing titles and schedules of terms and conditions for electric utility services. (Districts 1 and 4)   Not available
22-1470 7-cResolutionA resolution declaring proposed titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for electric utility services to be a public record. (Districts 1 and 4)   Not available
22-1481 7-dOrdinanceAdopting titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for electric utility services, and also repealing certain existing titles and schedules. (Districts 1 and 4)   Not available
22-1475 7-eResolutionA resolution declaring proposed titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for natural gas utility services to be a public record. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1483 7-fOrdinanceAdopting titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for natural gas utility services. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1476 7-gResolutionA resolution declaring proposed titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for water utility services to be a public record. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1484 7-hOrdinanceAdopting titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for water utility services. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1477 7-iResolutionA resolution declaring proposed titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for wastewater utility services to be a public record. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1485 7-jOrdinanceAdopting titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for wastewater utility services. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1478 7-kResolutionA resolution declaring proposed titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for solid waste utility services to be a public record. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1487 7-lOrdinanceAdopting titles and schedules of terms/rates/fees/charges for solid waste utility services. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1410 8-aOrdinanceAmending Title 6 (Police Regulations), Chapter 1 (General Offenses), of the Mesa City Code, by adding a new section 22 entitled, "Interfering with a Peace Officer", prohibiting the obstruction of a peace officer from their official duties, or refusing to obey a lawful order issued, while engaged in the discharge of their official duties, and consequences for violations of the section. (Citywide)   Not available
22-1361 8-bOrdinanceZON22-00942 (District 2) Within the 1200 to 1300 blocks of South 48th Street (both sides) and within the 4700 to 4800 blocks of East Hampton Avenue (north side). Located east of Greenfield Road and south of Southern Avenue (15± acres). Rezone from Single Residence-43 (RS-43) and Single Residence-15 (RS-15) to Multiple Residence-3 with a Planned Area Development overlay (RM-3-PAD) and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for a multiple residence development. Pew & Lake, applicant; Sunny Mesa INC, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 6-0)   Not available
22-1360 8-cOrdinanceZON22-00583 (District 3) Within the 700 block of West 8th Place (south side). Located west of Country Club Drive and north of Rio Salado Parkway (.25± acres). Site Plan Review. This request will allow for a multiple residence development. Victoria Snively, United Realty MTA, applicant; Thomas and Sarah Ahdoot, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 7-0)   Not available
22-1358 8-dOrdinanceZON21-01271 (District 4) Within the 600 block of West University Drive (south side), within the 300 block of North Hosick (east side), and within the 300 block of North Date (west side). Located west of Country Club Drive on the south side of University Drive (1.5± acres). Rezone from Limited Commercial (LC) and Single Residence 6 (RS-6) to Multiple Residence 4 with a Planned Area Development Overlay (RM-4-PAD) and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for a multiple residence development. Tim Boyle, Tim Boyle Design, applicant; QCC Promotion and Marketing, LLC, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 7-0)   Not available
22-1362 8-eOrdinanceZON22-00671 (District 5) Within the 1300 to 1500 blocks of North Power Road (east side), within the 6800 block of East Hobart Street (south side), and within the 6800 block of East Halifax Drive (both sides). Located north of Brown Road on the east side of Power Road (6± acres). Rezone from Single Residence-35 (RS-35) and Office Commercial (OC) to Multiple Residence-2 with a Planned Area Development overlay (RM-2-PAD) and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for a multiple residence development. Sean Lake, Pew & Lake, PLC, applicant; Power Road Park, LLC, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 5-2)   Not available
22-1357 9-aOrdinanceANX22-00608 (District 6) Annexing property located north of Elliot Road and east of Sossaman Road (0.5± acres). Initiated by the applicant, Pew & Lake, PLC, for the owner, TLC Foundation LP.   Not available
22-1271 9-bOrdinanceZON22-00607 (District 6) Within the 7600 to 8000 blocks of East Elliot Road (north side) and within the 3300 to 3600 blocks of South 80th Street (west side). Located east of Sossaman Road and north of Elliot Road (58± acres). Rezone from Agriculture (AG), Limited Commercial (LC) and Single Residence 43 (RS-43) to Light Industrial with a Planned Area Development Overlay (LI-PAD) and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for an industrial development. Pew & Lake, applicant; TLC Foundation LP, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 6-0)   Not available
22-1435 10-aSubdivision PlatSUB22-00345 “The Hub at 202” (District 6) Within the 4200 to 4400 blocks of South Sossaman Road (west side). Located west of Sossaman Road and north of the Warner Road alignment (101.1± acres). Hub at 202 OWNCO LLC., developer; Benedict Bautista, Benchmark, surveyor.   Not available