December 9, 2020
A Regular Meeting was held by the Schertz City Council of the City of Schertz, Texas, on December 9, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. in the Hal Baldwin Municipal Complex Council Chambers, 1400 Schertz Parkway, Building #4, Schertz, Texas. The following members present to-wit:
Mayor Ralph Gutierrez; Mayor Pro-Tem Rosemary Scott; Councilmember Mark Davis; Councilmember Jill Whittaker; Councilmember Michael Dahle; Councilmember David Scagliola; Councilmember Allison Heyward; Councilmember Tim Brown
City Manager Dr. Mark Browne; Assistant City Manager Brian James; Assistant City Manager Charles Kelm; City Secretary Brenda Dennis; City Engneer Kathy Woodlee; Engineer John Nowak; Public Works Director Suzanne Williams
Call to Order
Mayor Gutierrez called the Special Workshop meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
Hearing of Residents
This time is set aside for any person who wishes to address the City Council. Each person should fill out the speaker’s register prior to the meeting. Presentations should be limited to no more than
All remarks shall be addressed to the Council as a body, and not to any individual member thereof. Any person making personal, impertinent, or slanderous remarks while addressing the Council may be requested to leave the meeting.
Discussion by the Council of any item not on the agenda shall be limited to statements of specific factual information given in response to any inquiry, a recitation of existing policy in response to an inquiry, and/or a proposal to place the item on a future agenda. The presiding officer, during the Hearing of Residents portion of the agenda, will call on those persons who have signed up to speak in the order they have registered.
No One Spoke.
Discussion and direction on chip seal projects as part of the SPAM program. (M. Browne/B. James/K. Woodlee)
Mayor Gutierrez recognized City Engineer Kathy Woodlee and Engineer John Nowak who provided a PowerPoint presentation regarding the 2018 SPAM Resurfacing projects. (A copy can be found on the Engineering page of the City Website) The following highlights were covered, and Ms. Woodlee and Mr. Nowak addessed questions from the audience:
•SPAM – Street Preservation and Maintenance Program:
•Our program to maintain and extend the life of our streets
•PCI – Pavement Condition Index
•Study done about ever 5 years to:
•All this data will allow the City to update the City's PAVER database and begin to develop a plan for the next five-year SPAM cycle.
Pavement Condition Index
Areas Chip Sealed: Deer Haven, Greenfield Village, The Estates at Wilson's Preserve, Lone Oak
Pros and Cons of Chip Seal
Current Chip Seal Status
Current Chip Seal Complaints
Remedies for the Chip Seal
Other Resurfacing Options
•Fog Seal, Scrub Seal, Slurry seal, Micro Paving/Micro Sealing, Cape Seal, In Place Recycling and Mill and Overlay.
Pros and Cons of Fog Seal Alone
Pros and Cons of Scrub Seal
Pros and Cons of Slurry Seal
Pros and Cons of Micro Paving/Micro Sealing
Pros and Cons of Cape Seal
Pros and Cons of In Place Recycling
Pros and Cons of Mill and Overlay
2018 SPAM Bid Costs
Future Resurfacing efforts
Mayor Gutierrez adjourned the special Workshop Meeting at 6:45 p.m.
Ralph Gutierrez, Mayor
Brenda Dennis, City Secretary
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