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File #: 22-4931    Version: 1 Name: A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mansfield, Texas authorizing a contract between the City of Mansfield, Texas and Neighborhood Management Inc. for the Management and Improvement Services Agreement of the South Pointe Public Improvement D
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/16/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/26/2022 Final action: 9/26/2022
Title: Resolution - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mansfield, Texas Authorizing a Contract Between the City of Mansfield, Texas and Neighborhood Management Inc. for the Management and Improvement Services Agreement of the South Pointe Public Improvement District
Sponsors: Troy Lestina
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. Contract

Title

Resolution - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mansfield, Texas Authorizing a Contract Between the City of Mansfield, Texas and Neighborhood Management Inc. for the Management and Improvement Services Agreement of the South Pointe Public Improvement District

 

Requested Action

Approve the Contract between the City of Mansfield, Texas and Neighborhood Management Inc.

for the management and improvement services of the South Pointe Public Improvement District on behalf of the City of Mansfield, Texas.

 

Recommendation

Staff recommends that the City Council of the City of Mansfield, Texas approve the Contract by

authorizing the City Manager or his designee to enter into a contract with Neighborhood

Management Inc.

 

Description/History

In January 2016, the City Council of the City of Mansfield, Texas received a petition requesting

creation of a public improvement district under Chapter 372 of the Texas Local Government

Code from the owners of real property representing more than fifty percent (50%) of the

appraised value of the real property liable for assessment in the proposed District. The

resolution authorizing and creating the South Pointe Public Improvement District was approved

on February 22, 2016.

 

The South Pointe Public Improvement District is approximately 873 acres. The public

improvement district is to provide services that enhance the lifestyle, personal pride, enjoyment

and property values within the District. An annual assessment of $1,000 for a single family

home within the District and $120 for each multifamily unit within the District shall be levied.

These assessments will be collected through the same systems used to collect ad valorem

property tax.

 

Justification

The scope of duties of Neighborhood Management Inc. includes, but is not limited to the

following:

- Oversee bidding and awarding of any subcontracts for the Improvements and

Services;

- Monitor the work performed by any subcontractors for any Improvements or Services

to ascertain that it is performed completely, professionally, and with the appropriate

level of quality and to make whatever changes are necessary to achieve those

objectives;

- Obtain, maintain and pay for insurance necessitated by the Improvements and

Services;

- Prepare an updated annual Service Plan and Budget Plan for approval by City

Council;

- Maintain a full and accurate accounting of the disbursements for reimbursement from

the Public Improvement District revenues and provide the City with a monthly

accounting statement;

- Participate in meetings of individual departments within the City, as required, to

coordinate Public Improvement District activities;

- Participate in all meetings required by the City for assistance in the preparation of the

Service Plan and Budget for the Public Improvement District and update the City as to

authorized projects and other pertinent matters;

- Establish means of communication for citizen input to report problems and make

suggestions to the Public Improvement District; coordinate responses to citizens, with

input from the City, when appropriate;

- Monitor recurring expenses and perform comparative analyses to identify emerging

trends and real or potential problems. Notify the City of trends and unusual or

excessive expenses;

- Maintain a complete set of historical records of all Public Improvement District activity

to include but not limited to minutes of meetings, and agreements/contracts with other

entities, grant applications, etc. from the beginning of the Public Improvement District

to the present.

 

Funding Source

The cost of the contract management fee is a cost of the Public Improvement District which is funded from assessment

fees and any shortfalls are covered by the developer of South Pointe.

 

Prepared By

Troy Lestina, CFO; 817-276-4258

Bryan Rebel, Assistant Director of Finance; 817-276-4296