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AGENDA ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Northside Business Center 1100 NW Loop 410, Suite 109 San Antonio, Texas 78213

July 18, 2018 3:00 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT Individuals may sign up to speak on any item shown below on the agenda. Individuals interested in speaking must sign up to speak prior to the meeting being called to order. Speakers are allotted no more than three (3) minutes to speak and time is not transferable between speakers. Any comments, which do not address a specific agenda item, must be made during the Citizens' Communications portion of the agenda.

1. Call meeting to order. 2. Approval of minutes from the Board of Directors meeting on May 16, 2018. 3. Executive Director's Report. (David Smith}

A. Monthly Financials B. Monthly Status Report on the Vehicle Registration Fee Program & Schedule C. Monthly Status Report on the 1604 Managed Lanes Project 4. Approval of the 3rd Quarterly Investment Report for FY 2017-18 in accordance with Section 2256.023(a) of the Texas Public Funds Investment Act. (Seth McCabe) 5. Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of an Engineering Services Agreement between the Alamo RMA and LNV, Inc. (SMWBE) for Professional Engineering Services related to the Candlemeadow Project. (Renee Green) 6. Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of an Inspection Services Agreement between the Alamo RMA and Foster CM Group (SMWBE) for Professional Construction Inspection Services related to the Evans Road Phase I Project. (Renee Green) 7. Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of an lnterlocal Agreement between the Alamo RMA and the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) for the Fischer Road Phase II jointbid utility relocations . (Renee Green) 8. Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of a Resolution to pursue condemnation of a 0.132 acre Right-of-Way acquisition , utilizing the professional services of Ross Molina Oliveros, P.C. (condemnation attorney) under the same terms and conditions as Bexar County for the Talley Road Phase I Project. (Renee Green) 9. Discussion regarding an upcoming Public Involvement and Marketing Services Request for Qualifications. (Monica Ramos)

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Alamo RMA Board of Directors Agenda - July 18, 2018 10. Discussion regarding the July 27, 2018 Groundbreaking Event for Fischer Road Phase II. (Renee Green) 11 . Citizens' Communications. (Citizens must sign the register to speak) 12. Executive Session - Pursuant to Chapter 551 , Subchapter D, Texas Government Code. ~

At any time during the meeting of the Alamo RMA Board of Directors, the Board may meet in executive session pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, for purposes of the following:

A. Section 551.071. Consultation with Attorney - Consultation with , and advice from , legal counsel concern ing pending/ contemplated litigation , settlement offers and negotiations, ongoing disputes and potential disputes, legal issues associated with any item on this agenda, and other legal matters. B. Section 551 .072. Deliberation Regarding Real Property - Discussion of real property purchase, exchange, lease, license, gift, donation, and/or negotiated settlement, including property to be acquired for right-of-way. C. Section 551.074. Personnel Matters - Deliberations concerning the appointment, employment, reassignment, evaluation, duties, discipline, and/or dismissal of personnel. 13. Adjournment. NOTES: Agenda item numbers are assigned for ease of reference only, and do not necessarily reflect the order of their consideration by the Alamo RMA Board of Directors. PARTICIPATION BY TELEPHONE CONFERENCE CALL: One or more members of the Board of Directors may participate in this meeting through a telephone conference call , as authorized by Section 370.262, Texas Transportation Code. Under that law, each part of the telephone conference call meeting that by law must be open to the public shall be audible to the public at the meeting location. During the meeting, the identification of each party shall be clearly stated prior to speaking , and the meeting shall be documented by written minutes. On conclusion of the meeting , the written minutes of the meeting will be made available to the public. ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT FOR DISABLED PERSONS: This meeting is wheelchair accessible . Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services, such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired , and readers of large print or Braille, are requested to contact Daisy Garza at (210) 335-7065 at least two working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Presenters with audiovisual needs are requested to contact Daisy Garza at (210) 335-7065, at least two working days prior to the meeting. Posted at the Bexar County Courthouse, the Alamo RMA Administrative Offices (233 N. Pecos La Trinidad , Ste. 420, San Antonio , TX 78207) and at www.alamorma.org on July 13, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. FILE INFORMATION

Document Number: 25222 Date/Time : 7/13/2018 9:04:50 AM Total Pages: 2 FILED IN THE OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS OF BEXAR COUNTY GERARD C. RICKHOFF BEXAR COUNTY CLERK Total Fees : S0 .00

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 2: Approval of minutes from the Board of Directors meeting on May 16, 2018. Recommended Motion: Approval of the minutes from the May 16, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting.

Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director

 

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☐Yes ☐ Revenue ☐ Project N/A N/A N/A

Coordinated by: Verified by:

N/A N/A

☒ No ☐ Expense ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________

Comments: There is no fiscal impact associated with this item.

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BOARD MEETING MINUTES Thursday, May 16, 2018 3:00 p.m. San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Northside Business Center 1100 NW Loop 410, Suite 109 San Antonio, Texas 78213 1. Call meeting to order. M. Lynd called the meeting to order at 3:04 P.M. Members present: M. Lynd, L. Miller, R. Cavazos, D. Starr, and W. Serna via telephone conference call. Members absent: B. Perez and J. Montford. 2. Approval of minutes from the Board of Directors meeting on March 21, 2018. L. Miller moved for approval of the Meeting Minutes, D. Starr seconded the motion. The minutes were approved without objection. 3. Executive Director’s Report. D. Smith presented. A. Monthly Financials 

Monthly financial statements are attached for March and April 2018 including the following: 1. Balance Sheet 2. Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets 3. Schedule of Budgetary Compliance and Changes to Net Assets 4. Fund Balance Sheet

B. Monthly Status Report on the Vehicle Registration Fee Program & Schedule VRF Program and Schedule update: 

Fischer Road Phase II (BC01) Bidding 1. Bids were opened on Thursday, March 29, 2018. 13 bids were submitted with Dean Word, Ltd. the apparent low bidder (Agenda Item 6)

Old FM 471/Talley Road (BC02) Design 1. Bexar County Public Works continuing to coordinate with Developer for Right-ofWay (ROW) dedication to improve drainage conditions, Developer recently sold a portion of the parcel adding an additional Developer to coordinate with for the dedication 2. Updating property descriptions to reflect new ownership and additional dedication 3. Utility relocations will begin once dedications are complete 4. 100 Percent Plans and Specifications received on March 26, 2018, comments were provided after review 5. Revised 100 Percent Plans and Specifications are due May 18, 2018 6. Anticipated Fall 2018 Advertisement for Construction

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Talley Road Phase I (BC03) Design 1. Bexar County Public Works continued the required ROW acquisition, as of May 10, 2018 Bexar County is in possession of 31 of the 34 parcels 2. ROW acquisition is estimated to be complete in June, 2018 dependent on condemnation parcel and ongoing coordination with two property owners to schedule closings 3. CPS Energy has continued relocating existing power poles to the new ROW from Potranco Road to Medio Drive 4. Ongoing coordination with CPS Energy for scope of ROW clearing necessary to relocate poles from Medio Drive to Wiseman Blvd. 5. Ongoing coordination with Charter to relocate aerial telecommunications lines to the new CPS Energy poles

West Military Drive (BC05) Design K Friese + Associates performed the following work: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Completed archaeological desktop survey and field investigation Continued utility coordination including subsurface utility engineering (SUE) Preliminary geotechnical report prepared Continued roadway and drainage design Continued schematic development Prepared cost estimates for rehabilitation options and additional roundabouts Consultant prepared a draft contract amendment scope for additional roundabouts at Saxon Hill Drive and Kingsbridge 8. Consultant preparing a level of effort for the additional roundabouts

Blanco Road Phase II (BC06) Design CP&Y performed the following work: 1. Addressed 60 percent plan review comments 2. Continued development of 90 percent plans including roadway and drainage design 3. Began geotechnical testing for retaining wall design 4. Completed additional subsurface utility locating 5. Continued coordination with affected utilities including SAWS, CPS Energy, and CPS Gas 6. 90 percent plans are due May 23, 2018

Evans Road Phase I (BC07) Design 1. CPS Energy has begun relocating the power poles in the newly acquired ROW area 2. CPS Gas final joint bid plans received Friday, May 4, 2018 3. Design Consultant is preparing final Plans and Specifications 4. Staff negotiating with Foster CM for Construction Inspection Services (Board authorized at August 2017 Meeting) 5. Anticipated to begin advertisement for construction on Friday, June 1, 2018

Evans Road Phase II (BC08) Design HNTB performed the following work under GEC Work Authorization Number 3: 1. Notice-to-Proceed for 100 percent Design Phase Services issued on March 28, 2018 2. Addressed 90 percent plan review comments 3. Continued preparation of the Water Pollution Abatement Plan 4. Continued coordination with affected utilities including SAWS and CPS Gas

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5. Staff coordinated with Property Owner for Right-of-Entry to begin surveying for the required temporary construction easement 

Candlemeadow (BC09) Design 1. Staff continued to negotiate with LNV for the Level of Effort based on the Scope of Services for Design Services

Foster Road Phase III (BC10) Design PDM performed the following work under GEC Work Authorization Number 2: 1. Continued development of 90 percent plans including roadway, drainage, traffic and bridge design 2. Completed additional subsurface utility locating 3. Staff continued coordination with Developers for ROW dedications, as of May 10, 2018 4 of 7 parcels have been dedicated to Bexar County 4. 90 Percent plans are due June 1, 2018

C. Monthly Status Report on the 1604 Managed Lanes Project 

Work Authorization No. 5: Environmental Assessment (EA): 1. Staff continued coordination with TxDOT for the Financial Assistance Agreement which will outline the terms for receipt of the Federal Funds for the project

The report was accepted by the Board of Directors as presented. 4. Discussion and appropriate action regarding the FY 2017-18 Budget as it relates to the Vehicle Registration Fee. S. McCabe presented. In the Alamo RMA’s FY 2017-18 Budget, the budgeted amount for Vehicle Registration Fee collections is currently $16,600,000. This budget matches what was certified for the County’s Road & Bridge Fund, which also collects a $10 vehicle registration fee. As the Alamo RMA has now collected seven (7) months of vehicle registration fees for FY 201718, staff is better able to estimate what the actual collections will be for the full fiscal year. The purpose of this item is for staff to brief the Board on where the FY 2017-18 estimate stands compared to the budgeted amount as well as to recommend that the FY 2017-18 budgeted amount be revised to more accurately reflect the estimate for total FY 2017-18 collections. A motion was presented by R. Cavazos to revise the FY 2017-18 Vehicle Registration Fee Revenues Budget on the Schedule of Budgetary Compliance, seconded by L. Miller which motion was voted on as follows: M. Lynd, R. Cavazos, D. Starr, L. Miller, W. Serna voting “Aye”. The motion was approved. nd

5. Approval of the 2

Quarterly Investment Report for FY 2017-18 in accordance with Section 2256.023(a) of the Texas Public Funds Investment Act. J. Bownds presented.

Section 2256.023(a) of the Texas Public Funds Investment Act (PFIA) requires that investment reports be filed with the governing body on a quarterly basis each fiscal year. Attached is the quarterly investment report for the 2nd quarter of FY 2017-18. The weighted average yield (WAY) at the end of the quarter was 159.4 bps. The weighted average maturity (WAM) at the end of the quarter was 140 days. Total investment income earned over the quarter was $398,171. This included $69,691 in earned income on the two sweep accounts that the Alamo RMA utilizes and $328,480 on investment securities that the Alamo RMA holds. A motion was presented by L. Miller to approve the 2nd Quarterly Investment Report for FY 2017-18 in accordance with Section 2256.023(a) of the Texas Public Funds Investment Act,

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seconded by D. Star which motion was voted on as follows: M. Lynd, R. Cavazos, D. Starr, L. Miller, W. Serna voting “Aye”. The motion was approved. 6. Discussion and appropriate action regarding awarding a contract to the lowest

and best qualified bid submitted by Dean Word Company, Ltd. to provide for the purchase of construction services for the Fischer Road Phase II Project in the amount of $3,406,682.44 and authorizing the Bexar County Purchasing Agent to execute and file the appropriate award documents for record on behalf of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority. R. Green presented. This contract provides for the purchase of all labor, materials and equipment to reconstruct Fischer road from IH 35 to Somerset Road including upgrading the existing two lanes to a roadway section consisting of one twelve foot travel lane and four foot shoulder in each direction with drainage improvements. The Bexar County Purchasing Department issued IFB 2018-004 on February 23, 2018. The project was advertised on Civcast and sent to 298 vendors. Thirteen responses were received by the closing date of March 29, 2018, Dean Word Company, Ltd. was considered the lowest and best bid for the project. Based on competition received the Bexar County Purchasing Department recommends the award of IFB 2018-004 to Dean Word Company, Ltd., in the amount of $3,406,682.44 for the construction of the Fischer Road Phase II Project. A motion was presented by R. Cavazos for approval of Awarding a contract to the lowest and best qualified bid submitted by Dean Word Company, Ltd. to provide for the purchase of construction services for the Fischer Road Phase II Project in the amount of $3,406,682.44 and authorizing the Bexar County Purchasing Agent to execute and file the appropriate award documents for the record on behalf of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority, seconded by L. Miller which motion was voted on as follows: M. Lynd, R. Cavazos, D. Starr, L. Miller, and W. Serna voting “Aye”. The motion was approved.

7. Discussion and presentation by TxDOT regarding Alamo RMA and TxDOT partnership projects including planned Loop 1604 South improvements. M. Jorge, P.E. presented. TxDOT staff provided an update regarding Alamo RMA and TxDOT partnership projects which are partially funded through the additional Vehicle Registration Fee. The projects include:    

Loop 1604 South from US 281 to FM 1303 (TXDOT01) FM 471 Old from FM 471 East to SH 211 (TXDOT02) FM 1516 from FM 78 to IH 10 (TXDOT03) Loop 1604 West from US 90 to FM 1957 (TXDOT825)

Mario R. Jorge, P.E. provided a brief presentation on the Alamo RMA and TxDOT partnership projects. There was no action required of the Board on this Item. 8. Citizens’ Communications. (Citizens must sign the register to speak). Jack M. Finger signed up to speak. 9. Executive Session - Pursuant to Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Texas Government Code. The Alamo RMA Board of Directors met in Executive Session at 4:22 P.M., pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. A. Section 551.071. Consultation with Attorney - Consultation with, and advice from legal counsel concerning pending/ contemplated litigation, settlement offers and negotiations, ongoing disputes and potential disputes, legal issues associated with any item on this Alamo RMA Board of Directors Meeting Minutes for May 16, 2018

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agenda, and other legal matters. i.

Legal matters regarding the 1604 Managed Lanes Project.

B.

Section 551.072. Deliberation Regarding Real Property - Discussion of real property purchase, exchange, lease, license, gift, donation, and/or negotiated settlement, including property to be acquired for right-of-way.

C.

Section 551.074. Personnel Matters - Deliberation concerning the appointment, employment, reassignment, evaluation, duties, discipline, and/or dismissal of personnel.

Board of Directors reconvened to Open Session at 4:38 P.M. and no action was taken. 10. Adjournment. There being no further action for the Board, Michael Lynd, Jr. adjourned the meeting at 4:41 p.m. APPROVED:

_________________________________________________________________ MICHAEL LYND, JR., CHAIRMAN DATE ADOPTED: July 18, 2018 I hereby certify that the above foregoing pages constitute the full, true, and correct minutes of all the proceedings and official records of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority at its meeting on May 16, 2018.

ATTEST: ________________________________________ DAVID STARR, TREASURER/SECRETARY

Alamo RMA Board of Directors Meeting Minutes for May 16, 2018

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director 

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 3: Executive Director’s Report. Background: The Executive Director’s Report for this month will cover the following topics: A. Monthly Financials B. Monthly Status Report on the Vehicle Registration Fee Program & Schedule C. Monthly Status Report on the 1604 Managed Lanes Project This information is included in your packets for your review. Recommended Motion: There is no action required of the Board on this item.

 

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☐Yes ☐ Revenue ☐ Project N/A N/A N/A

Coordinated by: Verified by:

N/A N/A

☒ No ☐ Expense ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________

Comments: There is no fiscal impact associated with this item.

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Executive Director’s Report A. Monthly Financials 

Monthly financial statements are attached for May and June 2018 including the following: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Balance Sheet Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets Schedule of Budgetary Compliance and Changes to Net Assets Fund Balance Sheet

B. Monthly Status Report on the Vehicle Registration Fee Program & Schedule VRF Program and Schedule update: 

Fischer Road Phase II (BC01) Construction 1. 2. 3. 4.

Staff coordinated insurance and bond information with the Contractor Pre-Construction Meeting held June 19, 2018 Contractor continuing to transmit for review the required submittals Groundbreaking Event scheduled for July 27, 2018

Old FM 471/Talley Road (BC02) Design 1. Bexar County Public Works continuing to coordinate with Developers for Rightof-Way (ROW) dedications to improve drainage conditions 2. Utility relocations will begin once dedications are complete 3. Revised 100 Percent Plans and Specifications received on May 30, 2018 4. Anticipated Fall 2018 Advertisement for Construction

Talley Road Phase I (BC03) Design 1. Bexar County Public Works continued the required ROW acquisition, as of June 15, 2018 Bexar County is in possession of 32 of the 34 parcels 2. Condemnation proceedings are necessary for the two remaining parcels 3. CPS Energy has continued relocating existing power poles to the new ROW from Potranco Road to Medio Drive 4. CPS Energy preparing for next phase of pole relocation from Medio Drive to Wiseman 5. Bexar County Public Works performed minor clearing for the pole relocations 6. Ongoing coordination with Charter to relocate aerial telecommunications lines to the new CPS Energy poles

West Military Drive (BC05) Design K Friese + Associates performed the following work: 1. Consultant prepared a revised draft contract amendment scope for additional roundabouts at Saxon Hill Drive and Kingsbridge 2. Consultant submitted a draft level of effort for the additional roundabouts 3. Staff continuing to negotiate the level of effort for the contract amendment

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2 4. Anticipated August 2018 for Board approval of Amendment 

Blanco Road Phase II (BC06) (MPO Funded) Design CP&Y performed the following work: 1. Continued the analysis for the Geotechnical Retaining Wall Report 2. Continued coordination with affected utilities including SAWS, CPS Energy, and CPS Gas 3. Continued addressing comments related to the Environmental Reports 4. Staff continued coordinating with TxDOT regarding Local Government requirements 5. 90 percent plans submitted on May 23, 2018 6. RS&H reviewed the 90 percent plans and submitted comments on July 9, 2018

Evans Road Phase I (BC07) Bidding 1. Staff completed negotiations with Foster CM for Construction Inspection Services (Board authorized at August 2017 Meeting) 2. Staff prepared the Inspection Services Agreement for Board Approval (Agenda Item 6) 3. Project advertised for construction on Friday, June 1, 2018 4. Pre-Bid Meeting held Wednesday, June 13, 2018 5. Bids due Friday, July 13, 2018 6. Eight bids received

Evans Road Phase II (BC08) Design HNTB performed the following work under GEC Work Authorization Number 3: Continued addressing 90 percent plan review comments Continued preparation of the Water Pollution Abatement Plan Continued coordination with affected utilities Finalized the environmental documents including the Geologic Assessment Performed survey of the temporary construction easement area and new SAWS driveways 6. Coordinated with property owner for temporary construction easement 7. Pending receipt of joint-bid utility plans (SAWS & CPS Gas) to proceed to 100 percent plans 8. Anticipated Fall 2018 Advertisement for Construction 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Candlemeadow (BC09) Design 1. Staff completed negotiations with LNV for the Engineering Services Agreement (Board authorized at January 2018 Meeting) 2. Staff prepared the Engineering Services Agreement for Board Approval (Agenda Item 5)

Foster Road Phase III (BC10) Design PDM performed the following work under GEC Work Authorization Number 2: 1. Staff continued coordination with Developers for ROW dedications, as of July 13, 2018 5 of 7 parcels have been dedicated to Bexar County 2. Continued coordination with affected utilities 3. 90 Percent plans submitted on June 8, 2018 4. Pending receipt of joint-bid utility plans (SAWS and CPS Gas) to proceed to 100 percent plans

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3 5. Anticipated Fall 2018 Advertisement for Construction C. Monthly Status Report on the 1604 Managed Lanes Project 

Work Authorization No. 5: Environmental Assessment (EA): 1. Staff continued coordination with TxDOT for the Financial Assistance Agreement which will outline the terms for receipt of the Federal Funds for the project

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ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY BALANCE SHEET As of May 31, 2018 (unaudited)

Assets Current Assets Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Interest Receivable Accounts Receivable Prepaid Asset-Bond Insurance Construction in Progress Total Assets Liabilities Accrued Payroll Accrued Liabilities Loans Payable Long Term Debt Premium/Discount Payable TxDOT FAA 1 TxDOT FAA 2 TxDOT FAA 3 TxDOT FAA 5 Accrued Interest Payable Deferred Revenue TxDOT ARMA Grant2

April 30, 2018

Change

May 31, 2018

$

17,436,161 90,763,313 128,493 1,426,350 224,382 19,395,074

$

(567,354) $ 1,837,475 36,579 (665) 210,756

$

129,373,773

$

1,516,791

$

33,980 47,392

$

-

$

130,890,564

$

33,980 47,392

-

112,670,000 18,973,081 913,890 4,542,185 128,714 12,390,000 2,094,806

16,868,807 92,600,788 165,072 1,426,350 223,717 19,605,830

(129,101) 466,325

112,670,000 18,843,980 913,890 4,542,185 128,714 12,390,000 2,561,131

1,763,023

-

1,763,023

153,557,071

337,224

153,894,295

Unrestricted

1,498,888 (25,682,188)

570 1,178,997

1,499,458 (24,503,191)

Total Net Position

(24,183,300)

1,179,567

(23,003,733)

Total Liabilities Net Position Investment in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt

Total Liabilities and Net Position

$

129,373,773

*decimals not shown on above amounts

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$

1,516,791

$

130,890,564


Alamo Regional Mobility Authority San Antonio, Texas Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets As of May 31, 2018

(unaudited) Operating Revenues Refund prior year expense

$ Total operating revenues

-

Operating Expenses Payroll and payroll related expenses

222,940

Travel and conferences

2,743

Professional services

32,025

Banking Fees

20,928

Legal services

15,416

Printing

80

Memberships & accreditations

4,588

Copier rental & expense

1,713

RMA sponsored events

114

Liability insurance

2,040

Telephone and internet service

416 Total operating expenses

303,003

Operating gain/(loss)

(303,003)

Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) Vehicle registration revenues

10,329,760

Miscellaneous revenue

150

Interest income

1,031,723

Amortization of bond insurance

(5,320)

Interest expense

(2,702,757)

Conveyance of asset to other entity

(10,000,000)

Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)

(1,346,444)

Increase in net assets before capital contributions

(1,649,447)

Capital contributions

-

Change in net assets

(1,649,447)

Net assets at beginning of year

(21,354,286)

Net assets at end of May 2018

$

*decimals not shown on above amounts

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(23,003,733)


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY Schedule of Budgetary Compliance and Change to Net Assets As of May 31, 2018

(unaudited) Rev ised

May Actuals

May Budget

Variance

YTD Actual

YTD Budget

YTD Variance

Budget Operating Rev enue Refunds

$ Total Operating Rev enue

Operating Expense Salary regular Social security Medicare Life insurance Health insurance Unemployment insurance Workers compensation Retirement

- $ -

- $ -

- $ -

- $ -

- $ -

- $ -

-

Subtotal

252,138 14,559 4,107 478 26,929 353 900 33,307 332,771

21,776 1,298 304 44 2,278 28 121 2,964 28,813

21,012 1,213 342 40 2,244 29 75 2,776 27,731

(764) (85) 38 (4) (34) 1 (46) (188) (1,082)

170,040 9,706 2,365 337 16,475 233 913 22,871 222,940

168,096 9,704 2,736 320 17,952 232 600 22,208 221,848

(1,944) (2) 371 (17) 1,477 (1) (313) (663) (1,093)

Subtotal

10,500 1,500 1,000 13,000

-

875 125 83 1,083

875 125 83 1,083

1,120 858 119 646 2,743

7,000 1,000 664 8,664

5,880 1,000 (858) (119) 18 5,921

Subtotal

35,000 50,000 6,000 6,800 30,000 2,000 4,500 100 1,000 2,570 500 500 3,000 1,500 1,000 143,470

11,281 835 214 22 52 12,404

4,167 500 567 2,500 167 375 8 83 214 42 42 250 125 9,040

4,167 500 (10,714) 1,665 167 375 8 83 20 42 250 73 (3,364)

32,025 20,928 15,416 80 4,548 40 1,713 114 2,040 416 77,320

23,336 33,336 4,000 4,536 20,000 1,336 3,000 64 664 1,712 336 336 2,000 1,000 664 95,656

(8,689) 33,336 4,000 (16,392) 4,584 1,256 (1,548) 24 664 (1) 222 336 (40) 584 18,336

Subtotal

2,000 500 2,500 1,000 6,000

-

167 42 208 83 500

-

1,336 336 1,664 664 4,000

1,336 336 1,664 664 4,000

Total Operating Expense

495,241

41,217

38,354

303,003

330,168

27,164

Nonoperating Rev enues (Expenses) Vehicle registration revenues 16,200,000 Miscellaneous Income Interest income 750,000 Amortization of bond insurance (8,125) Interest expense (5,595,900) Conveyance of asset to other entity (10,000,000) Total nonoperating rev enues (Expenses) $ 1,345,975

1,411,900 150 146,623 (665) (337,224) 1,220,784 $

1,481,588 62,500 (677) (466,325) 1,077,086 $

Increase in net assets Annual Capitalization of Direct Labor T otal Increase in net assets

1,179,567 1,179,567

Discretionary -training/cert/dev-regist Discretionary - mileage & parking Discr-lodging Discr-Meals Discretionary - transportation Auditing services Professional services Contracted services Banking fees Legal services Printing and binding Membership fees Accreditation & certification Marketing and advertisement Copier rental & expense RMA sponsored events Indemnification expense Liability insurance T elephone and internet service Arbitrage Rebate T ax Office supplies Postage Computer supplies Minor equipment & machinery

Net assets at beginning of month Net assets at end of May 2018

$

(24,183,300) (23,003,733)

*decimals not shown on above amounts

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167 42 208 83 500 (2,863)

(69,688) 10,329,760 150 150 84,123 1,031,723 12 (5,320) 129,101 (2,702,757) (10,000,000) 143,698 $ (1,346,444) $

10,399,448 500,000 (5,416) (3,730,600) (10,000,000) (2,836,568) $

(69,688) 150 531,723 96 1,027,843 1,490,124


Bexar County, Texas Alamo Regional Mobility Authority As of May 31, 2018 New Budget

Expenses To Date

Balance

Revenue Vehicle Registration Fees Bexar County Loans City of SA Loan TxDOT Loan FAA 5 TxDOT AG2 Grant Interest Income Proceeds from Debt Future Proceeds from Debt MPO Funding Subtotal Interfund Transfers In Total Revenues

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

68,223,453 750,000 500,000 12,390,000 18,000,000 2,173,084 136,375,110 43,248,335 11,736,000 293,395,981 293,395,981

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

13,800,828 747,004 500,000 12,390,000 16,236,978 85,267,243 128,942,053 128,942,053

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

54,422,624 2,996 1,763,022 2,173,084 51,107,867 43,248,335 11,736,000 164,453,929 164,453,929

Appropriations Capital Projects U.S. 281 Improvement Project (North) Loop 1604 EA Loop 1604 Project VRF Projects Previous Project Expenses Subtotal Interfund Transfers Out VRF Debt Service Bexar & COSA Loan Repayment Required Reserve (MADS) Amount Total Appropriations

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4,245,442 12,931,417 1,589,662 121,158,226 13,357,758 153,282,505 7,440,900 1,673,438 7,440,900 169,837,743

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4,245,442 12,426,619 1,622,190 15,723,401 12,775,402 46,793,054 2,797,950 1,673,438 51,264,442

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

504,798 (32,528) 105,434,825 582,356 106,489,451 4,642,950 7,440,900 118,573,301

Appropriated Fund Balance

$

45,880,628

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS

$

164,453,929

Cash & Investments*

$

109,469,594

*Total Appropriations Less Future Proceeds from Debt & MPO Funding

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ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY BALANCE SHEET As of June 30, 2018 (unaudited)

Assets Current Assets Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Interest Receivable Accounts Receivable Prepaid Asset-Bond Insurance Construction in Progress Total Assets Liabilities Accrued Payroll Accrued Liabilities Loans Payable Long Term Debt Premium/Discount Payable TxDOT FAA 1 TxDOT FAA 2 TxDOT FAA 3 TxDOT FAA 5 Accrued Interest Payable Deferred Revenue TxDOT ARMA Grant2

May 31, 2018

Change

June 30, 2018

$

16,868,807 92,600,788 165,072 1,426,350 223,717 19,605,830

$ (4,884,478) 1,771,363 1,030 (665) 271,703

$

11,984,329 94,372,151 166,102 1,426,350 223,052 19,877,533

$

130,890,564

$ (2,841,047)

$

128,049,517

$

33,980 47,392

$

$

33,980 47,392

112,670,000 18,843,980 913,890 4,542,185 128,714 12,390,000 2,561,131 1,763,023

(1,845,000) (126,618) (2,334,700)

110,825,000 18,717,362 913,890 4,542,185 128,714 12,390,000 226,431

-

1,763,023

153,894,295

(4,306,318)

149,587,977

Unrestricted

1,499,458 (24,503,191)

1,533 1,463,738

1,500,991 (23,039,453)

Total Net Position

(23,003,733)

1,465,271

(21,538,462)

Total Liabilities Net Position Investment in Capital Assets, Net of Related

Total Liabilities and Net Position

$

130,890,564

*decimals not shown on above amount

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$ (2,841,047)

$

128,049,517


A lamo Regional Mobility A uthority San A ntonio, Texas Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net A ssets A s of June 30, 2018

(unaudited) Operating Revenues Ref und prior y ear expense

$ Total operating revenues

-

Operating Expenses Pay roll and pay roll related expenses

251,751

Trav el and conf erences

2,743

Prof essional serv ices

32,025

Banking Fees

20,928

Legal serv ices

19,153

Printing

80

Memberships & accreditations

4,588

Copier rental & expense

1,928

RMA sponsored ev ents

114

Liability insurance

2,040

Telephone and internet serv ice

468 Total operating expenses

335,818

Operating gain/(loss)

(335,818)

Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) Vehicle registration rev enues

12,006,950

Miscellaneous rev enue

150

Interest income

1,189,916

Amortization of bond insurance

(5,985)

Interest expense

(3,039,389)

Conv ey ance of asset to other entity

(10,000,000)

Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)

151,642

Increase in net assets bef ore capital contributions

(184,176)

Capital contributions

-

Change in net assets

(184,176)

Net assets at beginning of y ear

(21,354,286)

Net assets at end of June 2018

$

*decimals not shown on abov e amounts

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(21,538,462)


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY Schedule of Budgetary Compliance and Change to Net Assets As of June 30, 2018

(unaudited) Revised

June Actuals

June Budget

Variance

YTD Actual

YTD Budget

YTD Variance

Budget Operating Revenue Refunds Total Operating Revenue Operating Expense Salary regular Social security Medicare Life insurance Health insurance Unemployment insurance Workers compensation Retirement

$

-

$

- $ -

- $ -

- $ -

- $ -

- $ -

-

252,138 14,559 4,107 478 26,929 353 900 33,307 332,771

21,777 1,297 303 43 2,278 29 121 2,963 28,811

21,012 1,213 342 40 2,244 29 75 2,776 27,731

(765) (84) 39 (3) (34) (46) (187) (1,080)

191,817 11,003 2,668 380 18,753 262 1,034 25,834 251,751

189,108 10,917 3,078 360 20,196 261 675 24,984 249,579

(2,709) (86) 410 (20) 1,443 (1) (359) (850) (2,173)

Discretionary -training/cert/dev-regist Discretionary - mileage & parking

10,500 1,500

-

875 125

875

1,120

7,875

6,755

Discr-lodging Discr-Meals Discretionary - transportation

1,000 13,000

-

83 1,083

125 83 1,083

858 119 646 2,743

1,125 747 9,747

1,125 (858) (119) 101 7,004

35,000 50,000 6,000 6,800 30,000 2,000

3,737 -

4,500 100

-

4,167 500 567 2,500 167 375 8

4,167 500 567 (1,237) 167 375 8

32,025 20,928 19,153 80 4,548 40

35,000 37,503 4,500 5,103 22,500 1,503 3,375 72

2,975 37,503 4,500 (15,825) 3,347 1,423 (1,173) 32

Subtotal

1,000 2,570 500 500 3,000 1,500 1,000 143,470

215 52 4,004

83 214 42 42 250 125 9,040

83 (1) 42 42 250 73 5,036

1,928 114 2,040 468 81,324

747 1,926 378 378 2,250 1,125 116,360

747 (2) 264 378 210 657 35,036

-

Subtotal

2,000 500 2,500 1,000 6,000

-

167 42 208 83 500

167 42 208 83 500

-

1,503 378 1,872 747 4,500

1,503 378 1,872 747 4,500

Total Operating Expense

495,241

32,815

38,354

5,539

335,818

380,186

44,367

Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) Vehicle registration revenues Miscellaneous Income Interest income Amortization of bond insurance Interest expense Conveyance of asset to other entity Total nonoperating revenues (Expenses)

16,200,000 750,000 (8,125) (5,595,900) (10,000,000) $ 1,345,975

1,677,190 158,193 (665) (336,632) 1,498,086 $

1,365,862 62,500 (677) (466,325) 961,360 $

311,328 95,693 12 129,693 536,726 $

12,006,950 150 1,189,916 (5,985) (3,039,389) (10,000,000) 151,642 $

11,765,310 562,500 (6,093) (4,196,925) (10,000,000) (1,875,208) $

Subtotal

Subtotal Auditing services Professional services Contracted services Banking fees Legal services Printing and binding Membership fees Accreditation & certification Marketing and advertisement Copier rental & expense RMA sponsored events Indemnification expense Liability insurance Telephone and internet service Arbitrage Rebate Tax

Office supplies Postage Computer supplies Minor equipment & machinery

Increase in net assets Annual Capitalization of Direct Labor Total Increase in net assets Net assets at beginning of month Net assets at end of June 2018

1,465,271 1,465,271

$

(23,003,733) (21,538,462)

*decimals not shown on above amounts

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241,640 150 627,416 108 1,157,536 2,026,850


Bexar County, Texas Alamo Regional Mobility Authority As of June 30, 2018 New Budget

Expenses To Date

Balance

Revenue Vehicle Registration Fees Bexar County Loans City of SA Loan TxDOT Loan FAA 5 TxDOT AG2 Grant Interest Income Proceeds from Debt Future Proceeds from Debt MPO Funding Subtotal Interfund Transfers In Total Revenues

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

69,900,643 750,000 500,000 12,390,000 18,000,000 2,316,310 136,375,110 43,248,335 11,736,000 295,216,398 295,216,398

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

18,450,666 747,004 500,000 12,390,000 16,236,978 85,550,936 133,875,583 133,875,583

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

51,449,977 2,996 1,763,022 2,316,310 50,824,174 43,248,335 11,736,000 161,340,815 161,340,815

Appropriations Capital Projects U.S. 281 Improvement Project (North) Loop 1604 EA Loop 1604 Project VRF Projects Previous Project Expenses Subtotal Interfund Transfers Out VRF Debt Service Bexar & COSA Loan Repayment Required Reserve (MADS) Amount Total Appropriations

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4,245,442 12,931,417 1,589,662 121,158,226 13,357,758 153,282,505 7,440,900 1,673,438 7,440,900 169,837,743

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4,245,442 12,426,619 1,621,620 15,486,965 12,775,402 46,556,048 7,440,900 1,673,438 55,670,386

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

504,798 (31,958) 105,671,261 582,356 106,726,457 7,440,900 114,167,357

Appropriated Fund Balance

$

47,173,458

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS

$

161,340,815

Cash & Investments*

$

106,356,480

*Total Appropriations Less Future Proceeds from Debt & MPO Funding

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MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT Consultant: Consultant’s Project No.: Project Name: Contract Period: Contract Amount: % Contract Amount Expended: % Complete of Work Performed:

CP&Y, Inc. BEXA1500487.00 BC06 Blanco Road Ph. II March 20, 2017 $1,530,315.38 .45% .45%

Reporting Period:

5/01/2018 – 5/31/2018

Work performed this reporting period: Project Admin / Coordination - Monthly Invoicing and Progress Report Environmental Services - No work this Month Survey Services - Coordination with Subs Geotechnical Engineering - Coordination with Subs - Continued geotech analysis for retaining wall Report Utility Coordination - Coordination with Subs - Updated utility conflict matrix for 90% Submittal SUE -

No work this Month

Traffic Control Plans - Coordination with Subs - Addressed 60% Review Comments - Submitted 90% plans Roadway Design - Continued development of Roadway plans - Addressed 60% Review Comments - Submitted 90% plans Drainage Design - Continued development of Drainage plans - Addressed 60% Review Comments - Submitted 90% plans

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Traffic Signing and Pavement marking - Coordination with Subs - Addressed 60% Review Comments - Submitted 90% plans Env. Storm Water Management - Submitted 90% plans Submittal Requirements - 90% plan submittal on May 23, 2018 Bid Construction Additional Services Public Involvement Geotech Services – Exercised Optional additional services Retaining Wall Design – Exercised Optional additional services

Current problems which may impede performance and proposed corrective action:

Deliverable Submitted: 06/08/18

Jaime Aguilar, PE Project Manager Name

Signature

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Date


MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT Consultant: Consultant’s Project No.: Project Name: Contract Period: Contract Amount: % Contract Amount Expended: % Complete of Work Performed:

CP&Y, Inc. BEXA1500487.00 BC06 Blanco Road Ph. II March 20, 2017 $1,530,315.38 .45% .45%

Reporting Period:

6/01/2018 – 6/30/2018

Work performed this reporting period: Project Admin / Coordination - Monthly Invoicing and Progress Report Environmental Services - No work this Month Survey Services - Coordination with Subs Geotechnical Engineering - Coordination with Subs - Continued geotech analysis for retaining wall Report Utility Coordination - Coordination with Subs SUE -

No work this Month

Traffic Control Plans - Coordination with Subs Roadway Design - Development of Roadway plans Drainage Design - Development of Drainage plans Traffic Signing and Pavement marking - Coordination with Subs Env. Storm Water Management - Addressed Noise Analysis Report comments from TxDOT - Submitted 90% plans

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Submittal Requirements - Awaiting 90% Review Comments Bid Construction Additional Services Public Involvement Geotech Services – Exercised Optional additional services Retaining Wall Design – Exercised Optional additional services

Current problems which may impede performance and proposed corrective action:

Deliverable Submitted: 07/05/18

Jaime Aguilar, PE Project Manager Name

Signature

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Date


Project Progress Report Project: Alamo RMA General Engineering Consultant Purchase Order No. 185948 Work Authorization No. 03, Evans Road Invoice No. 21-60208-DS-003 Invoice Period: May 1, 2018 – May 31, 2018

═══════════════════════════════════════════ 1) Status of Work 

Project Administration and Coordination o Project coordination, monthly invoicing and progress report o Attended monthly progress meeting o Held team coordination meeting

Environmental Services o Coordinated finalization of geologic assessment for WPAP and other environmental documents

Surveying Services o Surveyed additional areas (Schwab property, utility easements) and created updated TIN and DGN files o Surveyed to update ROW line at Hanging Oak

Geotechnical Engineering Services

Utility Coordination Services o Continued utility coordination

Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) Services

Traffic Control Plan Services o Continued addressing 90% comments for 100% plans o Continued coordinating for other updates

Roadway Design Services o Continued finalizing design changes from 90% comments and other outstanding issues

Drainage Design Services o Continued developing additional storm drain design, including plan and profile sheets and details o Continued coordination with Contech for jellyfish unit designs o Coordinated with other disciplines for impacts and adjustments

Traffic, Signing and Pavement Marking Services o Continued addressing 90% comments for 100% plans

SW3P and Tree Preservation Services o Continued addressing 90% comments for 100% plans

Public Involvement

Additional Services Bridge Design o Continued addressing 90% comments for 100% plans

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2) Work scheduled to be performed during next month o Continue to update project design for final construction plans o Continue storm drain design and sheet development o Finish coordinating with Contech o Finalize WPAP application o Continue Utility and SUE Coordination, including SAWS and CPS for joint bid plans o Continue coordination with Schwab property owner(s) for temporary construction easement o Develop draft project manual o Attend June progress meeting

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Project Progress Report Project: Alamo RMA General Engineering Consultant Purchase Order No. 185948 Work Authorization No. 03, Evans Road Invoice No. 22-60208-DS-003 Invoice Period: June 1, 2018 – June 30, 2018

═══════════════════════════════════════════ 1) Status of Work 

Project Administration and Coordination o Project coordination, monthly invoicing and progress report o Attended monthly progress meeting o Held team coordination meeting

Environmental Services o Preparing to submit WPAP

Surveying Services o Surveyed additional areas (Schwab property, Vista Ridge pipeline), update topo o Staked new driveway alignment on Schwab property

Geotechnical Engineering Services

Utility Coordination Services o Continued utility coordination

Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) Services

Traffic Control Plan Services o Continued addressing 90% comments for 100% plans o Continued coordinating for other updates

Roadway Design Services o Continued finalizing design changes

Drainage Design Services o Finalized additional storm drain design o Continued coordination with Contech for jellyfish unit designs o Coordinated with other disciplines for impacts and adjustments

Traffic, Signing and Pavement Marking Services o Continued addressing 90% comments for 100% plans

SW3P and Tree Preservation Services o Continued addressing 90% comments for 100% plans

Public Involvement

Additional Services Bridge Design o Continued addressing 90% comments for 100% plans

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2) Work scheduled to be performed during next month o Finalize project design for final construction plans o Finalize storm drain design and sheet development o Finish coordinating with Contech o Finalize WPAP application o Continue Utility and SUE Coordination, including SAWS and CPS for joint bid plans o Continue coordination with Schwab property owner(s) for temporary construction easement o Develop draft project manual

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ARMA Mothly Status Report Foster Road Phase III Date: June 2, 2018

Work Authorization No. 2 86% Complete Project: Foster Road Limits: IH-10 to FM 1346 Status of Plan set: • Proceeding with 90% design. Submittal date 6/8/18 Previous months progress: • Proceed with 90% design. o Continued development of traffic signal at Houston Street o Developed Hydraulics for new bridge at crossing B o Continue geotechnical work for bridge o Bridge design continues o Redesign Culvert A. upsize box due to capacity issues. o Additional potholes complete and sent to utility companies o Coordinate with new developments along Foster Road ▪ Rosillo Creek • Incorporate Roadway connect on Foster Road into plans • Incorporate improvements to Houston Street within Foster Road Plans (Rosillo Creek Improvement affected our restriping of the roadway) ▪ Foster Ridge • Incorporating 2 driveway connections into plans Projected work for this month: • Proceed with 90% design. • Finalize hydraulics for bridge design • Finalize bridge layout. • Submit Geotechnical report for bridge • Finalize traffic signal design at Houston Street • Continue coordination with developments • Submit 90% plan set Outstanding Issues/Action Items: • None

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ARMA Mothly Status Report Foster Road Phase III Date: July 9, 2018

Work Authorization No. 2 89% Complete Project: Foster Road Limits: IH-10 to FM 1346 Status of Plan set: • Submitted 90% design on 6/8/18 Previous months progress: • Proceed with 90% design. o Continued development of traffic signal at Houston Street o Developed Hydraulics for new bridge at crossing B o Continue geotechnical work for bridge o Bridge design continues o Redesign Culvert A. upsize box due to capacity issues. o Additional potholes complete and sent to utility companies o Coordinate with new developments along Foster Road ▪ Rosillo Creek • Incorporate Roadway connect on Foster Road into plans • Incorporate improvements to Houston Street within Foster Road Plans (Rosillo Creek Improvement affected our restriping of the roadway) ▪ Foster Ridge • Incorporating 2 driveway connections into plans Projected work for this month: • Proceed final design. • Finalize hydraulics for bridge design – including scour. • Finalize bridge layout. • Submit Geotechnical report for bridge. • Finalize traffic signal design at Houston Street • Continue coordination with developments Outstanding Issues/Action Items: • None

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ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY COUNTY OF BEXAR

Project: Fischer Road Phase II – Non‐Tolled (BC01) Location Map Precinct: 1 Limits: From IH 35 to Somerset Road Scope: Reconstruct the existing two‐lane roadway to a two‐lane roadway consisting of one 12‐foot travel lane and four‐foot shoulder in each direction with drainage improvements. Status: Construction Consultant: LNV, Inc. ARMA Funding: $4,097,065 (Construction) Letting Date: May 2018

Project: Old FM 471/Talley Road – Non‐Tolled (BC02) Precinct: 1 Limits (Old FM 471): Culebra Road (FM 471) to Culebra Road (FM 471) Scope (Old FM 471): Reconstruct the existing roadway from an existing two‐lane rural roadway to a two‐lane roadway configuration west of Talley Road and a three‐ lane roadway configuration east of Talley Road. Limits (Talley Road): Culebra Road (FM 471) to Old Talley Road Scope (Talley Road): Expand roadway from an existing two‐lane rural roadway to various sections including a three‐lane roadway configuration south of Old FM 471 and a five‐lane roadway configuration north of Old FM 471. Status: Design (Bexar Co. funded) Consultant: Dannenbaum Engr. ARMA Funding: $500,000 (ROW) $10,000,000 (Construction) Est. Letting Date: Apr. 2019

Location Map

Updated: July 2018 3-24


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY COUNTY OF BEXAR

Project: Talley Road Phase I – Non‐Tolled (BC03) Location Map Precinct: 1 Limits: Potranco Road (FM 1957) to Wiseman Scope: Expand from an existing two‐lane rural roadway to a four‐lane urban roadway consisting of two 12‐foot travel lanes in each direction, a median, curb, and sidewalk. Status: Design (Bexar Co. funded) Consultant: CP&Y, Inc. ARMA Funding: $1,000,000 (ROW) $12,500,000 (Construction) Est. Letting Date: December 2018

Project: Watson Road Phase II – Non‐Tolled (BC04) Precinct: 1 Limits: SW Verano to 4,900 feet south Scope: Reconstruct the existing two‐lane rural roadway to two 12‐foot travel lanes with six‐foot shoulders in each direction for improved connectivity and safety. Status: Planning Consultant: TBD ARMA Funding: $873,300 (Design) $2,911,000 (Construction) Est. Letting Date: July 2020

Location Map

Updated: July 2018 3-25


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY COUNTY OF BEXAR

Project: West Military Drive – Non‐Tolled (BC05) Location Map Precinct: 1 Limits: 0.1 mile west of Pinafore St. to Loop 1604 Scope: Reconstruct the existing roadway with 12‐foot lanes, a raised median, four‐foot shoulders, curb, and full‐width sidewalks from 0.1 mile west of Pinafore St. to Westcreek Oaks Drive and mill and overlay the existing roadway from Westcreek Oaks drive to Loop 1604 Status: Design Consultant: K Friese + Associates ARMA Funding: $702,000 (Design) $2,340,000 (Construction) Est. Letting Date: March 2019

Project: Blanco Road Phase II – Non‐Tolled (BC06) Precinct: 3 Limits: West Oak Estates Drive to Borgfeld Road Scope: Expand from an existing two‐lane rural roadway to a four‐lane roadway consisting of two 12‐foot travel lanes with six‐foot shoulders in each direction, a raised median, curb and sidewalk on the northbound side. Status: Design Consultant: CP&Y, Inc. ARMA Funding: $4,401,000 (Design) $2,934,000 (Construction) Est. Letting Date: November 2018 3-26

Location Map

Updated: July 2018


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY COUNTY OF BEXAR

Project: Evans Road Phase I – Non‐Tolled (BC07) Precinct: 3 Limits: Bulverde Road to TPC Parkway Scope: Expand from an existing two‐lane roadway to a four‐lane roadway consisting of two 12‐foot travel lanes with four‐foot shoulders in each direction. Status: Construction Consultant: CDS Muery ARMA Funding: $10,100,000 (Construction) Letting Date: August 2018

Location Map

Project: Evans Road Phase II – Non‐Tolled (BC08) Location Map Precinct: 3 Limits: TPC Parkway to Hanging Oak Scope: Expand from an existing two‐lane roadway to a four‐lane roadway consisting of two 12‐foot travel lanes with four‐foot shoulders in each direction. Status: Design Consultant: HNTB ARMA Funding: $2,200,000 (Design) $7,500,000 (Construction) Est. Letting Date: Dec. 2018

Updated: July 2018 3-27


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY COUNTY OF BEXAR

Project: Candlemeadow – Non‐Tolled (BC09) Location Map Precinct: 4 Limits: Binz‐Engleman to Foster Road Scope: Reconstruct the existing roadway including two twelve‐foot travel lanes, six‐ foot shoulders, curb and full width sidewalks for improved connectivity and safety. Status: Design Consultant: LNV, Inc. ARMA Funding: $1,100,000 (Design) $3,771,176 (Construction)

Est. Letting Date: October 2019

Project: Foster Road Phase III – Non‐Tolled (BC10) Precinct: 4 Limits: IH 10 to Houston Street (FM 1346) Scope: Expand from an existing two‐lane roadway to a four‐lane roadway consisting of two 12‐foot travel lanes with six foot shoulders in each direction. Status: Design Consultant: Pape Dawson Munoz ARMA Funding: $2,295,000 (Design) $7,650,000 (Construction) Est. Letting Date: February 2019

Location Map

Updated: July 2018 3-28


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY COUNTY OF BEXAR

Project: Loop 1604 South – Non‐Tolled (TxDOT01) Location Map This project will be delivered in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation.

Precinct: 1 Limits: US 281 to FM 1303 Scope: Expand from an existing two‐lane roadway to a four‐lane roadway consisting of two 12‐foot travel lanes and 10‐foot shoulders in each direction. Status: Construction ARMA Funding: $10,000,000 Letting Date: June 2018

Project: FM 471 – Non‐Tolled (TxDOT02) This project will be delivered in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation.

Location Map

Precinct: 2 Limits: Old FM 471 East to SH 211 Scope: Expand from an existing three‐lane roadway to a four‐lane roadway consisting of two 12‐foot travel lanes in each direction, turn lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks. Status: Currently in planning/environmental ARMA Funding: $10,500,000 Est. Letting Date: Feb. 2022 Updated: July 2018 3-29


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY COUNTY OF BEXAR

Project: FM 1516 – Non‐Tolled (TxDOT03) Location Map This project will be delivered in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation.

Precinct: 4 Limits: FM 78 to IH 10 Scope: Expand from an existing two‐lane roadway to a four‐lane roadway consisting of two 12‐foot travel lanes in each direction, turn lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks. Status: Currently in planning/environmental ARMA Funding: $11,750,000 Est. Letting Date: Feb. 2022

Project: Loop 1604 West – Non‐Tolled (TxDOT825) Location Map This project will be delivered in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation.

Precinct: 1 Limits: Potranco Rd (FM 1957) to US 90 Scope: Expand from an existing four‐lane divided roadway to a full expressway section with main lanes and frontage roads. Status: Currently in construction ARMA Funding: $70,000,000 (Construction) Est. Construction End: Fall 2019

Updated: July 2018 3-30


Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director 

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 4: Approval of the 3rd Quarterly Investment Report for FY 2017-18 in accordance with Section 2256.023(a) of the Texas Public Funds Investment Act. Background: Section 2256.023(a) of the Texas Public Funds Investment Act (PFIA) requires that investment reports be filed with the governing body on a quarterly basis each fiscal year. Attached is the quarterly investment report for the 3rd quarter of FY 2017-18. The weighted average yield (WAY) at the end of the quarter was 188.2 bps. The weighted average maturity (WAM) at the end of the quarter was 163 days. Total investment income earned over the quarter was $466,600. This included $85,227 in earned income on the two sweep accounts that the Alamo RMA utilizes and $381,373 on investment securities that the Alamo RMA holds.

Recommended Motion: Approval of the 3rd Quarterly Investment Report for FY 2017-18 in accordance with Section 2256.023(a) of the Texas Public Funds Investment Act.

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☐Yes ☐ Revenue ☐ Project N/A N/A N/A

Coordinated by: Verified by:

John Bownds Seth McCabe

☒ No ☐ Expense ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________

Comments: There is no fiscal impact associated with this item.

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4-3

Prepared by FirstSouthwest Asset Management

June 30, 2018

For the Quarter Ended

Alamo RMA

Investment Portfolio Summary


4-4

Projected Fixed Income Cash Flows

Amortization and Accretion

Investment Transactions

Earned Income

Change in Value

Detail of Security Holdings

Benchmark Comparison

Executive Summary

Certification Page

Report Name

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Financial markets don’t seem to share the optimistic viewpoint painted by the data and seemingly validated by the Fed’s action. Instead, markets are focusing on the burgeoning prospects of a trade war as the Trump administration and our global trading partners sink deeper into a spat of tit-for-tat tariffs. When President Trump implemented new 25% tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods, China quickly retaliated with 25% tariffs on $34 billion of U.S. goods. Trump responded by asking his staff to identify another $200 billion of Chinese products that could have tariffs imposed. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has said the ultimate objective is to remove barriers, “We’re going to fix the problem of protectionism around the world and we’re going to fix it by making it more painful for those countries to do bad practices than to do the right thing, which is to lower the trade barriers and lower their tariffs.” Our trading partners, particularly Canada, Mexico, the EU and China are fighting back, initiating retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods. State controlled media in China wrote, “If Trump continues to escalate trade tensions with China, we cannot rule out the possibility that China will strike back by adopting a hardline approach targeting Dow Jones Index giants." The major U.S. equity indexes have taken notice with the Dow down 2% for the year and nearly 9% below its high, and the S&P 500 about 5% below its high. Bond yields fell during the month, despite the Fed rate hike and hotter inflation data, with the yield curve flattening as the two-year Treasury note yield closed the month at 2.53% while the 10-year T-note yield slipped to 2.86%.

As expected, the Fed’s policy setting Federal Open Market Committee raised the overnight fed funds target by 25 basis points to a new range of 1.75% - 2.00%. It was the seventh quarter-point increase since 2015. The statement tilted slightly hawkish compared to the previous statement, noting that “economic activity has been rising at a solid rate” versus just “moderate” previously; that the unemployment rate had “declined” versus “stayed low;” and household spending “has picked up” versus “moderated.” The summary of economic projections, better known as the dot plot, also took a hawkish tilt with a lower unemployment rate, faster GDP growth for 2018, higher PCE for 2018, and a quicker pace of rate of hikes that now indicates a total of four 25 basis point hikes in 2018 versus three previously.

The key economic indicators released during June showed a strengthening economy with growing inflationary pressures. Nonfarm payrolls rose by +223k in May, well above the +190k median forecast, while prior month revisions added another +14k. Headline unemployment fell from 3.9% to 3.8%, the lowest since 1969, while the broader U6 “under-employment” rate fell from 7.8% to 7.6%, the lowest since December 2000. Average hourly earnings rose by a greater-than-expected +0.3% in May, pushing year-over-year wage inflation up from 2.56% to 2.71%. The ISM manufacturing index rebounded in May after slipping for two straight months. The 58.7 reading was within two points of the 14-year high set in February. Factory input prices continue to climb as the 79.5 reading on the ISM prices paid index was the highest since April 2011. The ISM non-manufacturing index rose by 1.8 points in May to 58.6, within 1.3 points of the 13-year high set in January. Retail sales unexpectedly jumped +0.8% in May, doubling the expected increase with the strongest monthly advance since November. Weak consumer spending held back first quarter economic growth, but the last three months have been quite solid. According to Bloomberg, retail sales are now tracking at a +5.9% year-over-year pace. Inflation firmed during May with the year-over-year consumer price index pushing up to +2.8% at the headline and +2.2% at the core. Producer prices also rose more than expected in May with the year-over-year headline PPI running at +3.1%, the highest since January 2012, and the core at +2.6%.

MARKET RECAP - JUNE 2018:

Table of Contents / Market Recap


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Name: David L. Smith

Officer Names and Titles:

Title: Investment Officer

The investment portfolio complied with the PFIA and the Entity’s approved Investment Policy and Strategy throughout the period. All investment transactions made in the portfolio during this period were made on behalf of the Entity and were made in full compliance with the PFIA and the approved Investment Policy.

This report is prepared for the Alamo RMA (the “Entity”) in accordance with Chapter 2256 of the Texas Public Funds Investment Act ("PFIA"). Section 2256.023(a) of the PFIA states that: “Not less than quarterly, the investment officer shall prepare and submit to the governing body of the entity a written report of the investment transactions for all funds covered by this chapter for the preceding reporting period.” This report is signed by the Entity’s investment officers and includes the disclosures required in the PFIA. To the extent possible, market prices have been obtained from independent pricing sources.

June 30, 2018

For the Quarter Ended

Alamo RMA Investment Officers' Certification


ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO SUMMARY For The Period Ending 06/30/2018 These reports are prepared for Alamo Regional Mobility Authority in accordance with the Texas Public Funds Investment Act, Government Code 2256, and are in full compliance with the Investment Policy and Strategy established for Alamo RMA and the Public Funds Investment Act. As of June 30th, Alamo RMA's total portfolio had a book value of $106.7 million and a market value of $106.6 million. The portfolio consisted of: $8.7 million in demand deposits at Generations FCU; $3.6 million in Goldman Sachs money market mutual funds; $5.1 million in certificates of deposit at Generations FCU; $33.3 million in U.S. Treasury notes; $28.3 million in government agency securities, including $8.4 million in FNMA, $7.5 million in FHLMC, $2.5 million in FFCB, and $9.9 million in FHLB; and $27.5 million invested in commercial paper from five different issuers- Toyota Motor Credit, GE Capital Treasury, JPMorgan Securities, American Honda, and City of Austin. The portfolio is segregated into two funds: the General Fund and the Series 2016 Bond Fund. The General Fund balance grew by $3.3 million during the quarter to $52.6 million, while the Series 2016 Bond Fund decreased by $13.6 million to $53.9 million. As of June 30th, the total portfolio had a weighted average maturity of 163 days, up from 140 days at March 31st, and a weighted average yield-to-maturity of 1.88%, up 29 basis points from 1.59% previously. On an accrual basis, the portfolio earned $466,600 during the quarter and has earned $1,205,437 in the fiscal year to date. New purchases totaling $29.3 million roughly matched the $31.7 million of maturities during the quarter, while net cash drawdowns shrank the total portfolio by $10.2 million. The General Fund saw $9 million of maturities while new investments totaled $13.8 million. New purchases included $7 million in U.S. Treasury notes, $7 million in agency bullets, and $1.8 million in municipal commercial paper. In the Series 2016 Bond Fund there were $22.7 million in maturities while new purchases added up to $15.5 million with the difference funding construction draws. New purchases in the 2016 Bond Fund included $13 million in commercial paper and $2.5 million in an agency bullet. The weighted average yield to maturity on purchases this quarter was 2.33%, 94 basis points higher than the 1.39% yield on maturities, resulting in a 29 basis point increase in the overall portfolio yield. The tables below summarize the portfolio as of June 30, 2018. Total Portfolio Summary Current Qrtr 6/30/2018 $106,659,356 $106,550,118 99.90% 163 days 1.882% $466,600 $1,205,437

Book Value Market Value Market Value% Weighted Average Maturity - Days Weighted Average Yield Earned Income Earned Income-Fiscal Year-to-Date

3/31/2018 Market Value General Fund $ 49,284,187 Series 2016 Bond Fund $ 67,505,631 Total $ 116,789,818

Portfolio Summary by Fund 6/30/2018 6/30/2018 6/30/2018 Market Value Book Value Earned Income $ 52,599,717 $ 52,649,151 $ 238,678 $ 53,950,402 $ 54,010,206 $ 227,922 $ 106,550,118 $ 106,659,356 $ 466,600

Corporate CP 24.1%

35.00 30.00

Municipal CP 1.7%

25.00

Millions

Generations FCU 8.1% GS 3.4%

FFCB 2.3%

20.00 15.00 10.00 5.00

U.S. Treasury 31.3%

FHLB 9.3%

-

FHLMC 7.0%

Change From Prior -$10,282,325 -$10,239,699 0.027% 23 0.29% $68,429 $466,600

Wtd Avg Yield 2.00% 1.77% 1.88%

Wtd Avg Maturity 174 day 152 days 163 days

Portfolio Composition by Maturity (In Millions)

Portfolio Composition by Issuer Generations CD 4.8%

Prior Qrtr 3/31/2018 $116,941,681 $116,789,818 99.87% 140 days 1.594% $398,171 $738,837

FNMA 7.9%

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Print Date: 7/9/2018

Print Time: 2:53 pm

Allocation by Issuer

Weighted Avg. YTW Weighted Avg. YTM

Par Value Market Value Book Value Unrealized Gain /(Loss) Market Value %

35%

US TREAS 31% GEN FCU 13% JPMSEC 12% FHLB 9% FNMA 8% TOYMCC 7% Other Issuers 19% Total: 100%

0%

5%

10%

15%

20%

25%

30%

2 - 90 Days

20%

91 - 180 Days 6 - 12 Months

29%

33%

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Weighted Average Days to Maturity: 163

Overnight

12%

1.882% 1.882%

1.594% 1.594%

Maturity Distribution %

107,196,930.36 106,550,118.36 106,659,356.32 (109,237.96) 99.90%

Ending Values as of 06/30/18

117,327,440.34 116,789,817.84 116,941,681.45 (151,863.61) 99.87%

Beginning Values as of 03/31/18

Account Summary

1 - 2 Years

6%

Credit Quality

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A-1 6% A-1+ 22% AAA 59% Collateralized 13% Total: 100%

AGCY BULLET 27% BANK DEP 8% CD 5% CP 26% MMF 3% TREASURY 31% Total: 100%

Allocation by Security Type

As of 06/30/18

Alamo RMA Executive Summary


4-8 1-YR CMT

2-YR CMT

6-MO CMT

TEXPOOL

Alamo RMA

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Print Time: 2:54 pm

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Page 1 of 1

Jan-17 Feb-17 Mar-17 Apr-17 May-17 Jun-17 Jul-17 Aug-17 Sep-17 Oct-17 Nov-17 Dec-17 Jan-18 Feb-18 Mar-18 Apr-18 May-18 Jun-18

Note 1: CMT stands for Constant Maturity Treasury. This data is published in Federal Reserve Statistical Release H.15 and represents an average of all actively traded Treasury securities having that time remaining until maturity. This is a standard industry benchmark for Treasury securities. The CMT benchmarks are moving averages. The 3-month CMT is the daily average for the previous 3 months, the 6-month CMT is the daily average for the previous 6 months, and the 1-year and 2-year CMT's are the daily averages for the previous 12-months.

0.00%

0.40%

0.80%

1.20%

1.60%

2.00%

As of 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Benchmark Comparison


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Print Date: 7/9/2018

Total for General Fund

FNMA

FHLB

U.S. Treasury

FHLB

U.S. Treasury

U.S. Treasury

J.P.Morgan Sec

FHLB

J.P.Morgan Sec

City of Austin, TX

J.P.Morgan Sec

U.S. Treasury

GE Capital Treasury

Generations FCU

Sec. Description

Print Time: 2:54 pm

05/31/18 AGCY BULET

04/30/18 TREAS NOTE

912828D23

3135G0R39

12/29/17 TREAS NOTE

912828N63

04/30/18 AGCY BULET

03/29/18 CP - DISC

46640QMM0

3130A8Y72

08/31/17 AGCY BULET

313376BR5

05/31/18 TREAS NOTE

03/29/18 CP - DISC

46640QLM1

912828R85

06/22/18 CP - INT

05249HDF6

03/28/18 AGCY BULET

01/30/18 CP - DISC

46640QJK8

3130A92Y6

01/30/18 TREAS NOTE

912828K82

BANK DEP

Sec. Type

10/24/17 CP - DISC

Settle Date

36164KGG0

GEN-FCU

General Fund

CUSIP

1.000

0.875

0.875

1.030

1.625

1.125

1.750

2.280

1.000

CPN

10/24/19

08/05/19

06/15/19

05/28/19

04/30/19

01/15/19

12/21/18

12/14/18

11/21/18

11/01/18

09/19/18

08/15/18

07/16/18

Mty Date Next Call

Call Type

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52,944,156.55

3,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

3,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

7,500,000.00

3,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

3,500,000.00

1,800,000.00

4,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

8,644,156.55

Par Value

99.159

98.194

98.150

98.630

98.715

99.399

99.330

98.138

100.571

98.380

100.014

98.737

99.662

98.911

100.000

Purch Price

52,496,711.50

3,436,789.65

2,453,746.50

3,452,062.60

2,467,885.25

2,484,963.00

7,449,758.25

2,944,152.50

2,514,276.45

3,443,317.50

1,800,258.30

3,949,475.56

4,983,105.50

2,472,763.89

8,644,156.55

Orig Cost

52,649,150.81

3,440,616.27

2,459,882.90

3,455,947.43

2,474,950.40

2,487,482.33

7,474,030.80

2,963,814.18

2,505,057.80

3,465,799.16

1,800,240.70

3,982,577.76

4,996,136.20

2,498,458.33

8,644,156.55

Book Value

99.353

98.104

98.318

98.609

98.875

99.438

99.441

98.810

99.795

99.026

99.993

99.483

99.894

99.909

100.000

Mkt Price

52,599,716.55

3,433,633.00

2,457,957.50

3,451,329.00

2,471,885.00

2,485,937.50

7,458,105.00

2,964,315.00

2,494,872.50

3,465,913.50

1,799,874.00

3,979,328.00

4,994,680.00

2,497,730.00

8,644,156.55

174

481

401

350

332

304

199

174

167

144

124

81

46

16

1

Days Market Value to Mty

Days to Call

1.996

2.321

2.369

2.213

2.150

2.237

1.774

2.558

1.300

2.500

2.240

1.985

1.627

1.496

1.870

YTW

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1.996

2.321

2.369

2.213

2.150

2.237

1.774

2.558

1.300

2.500

2.240

1.985

1.627

1.496

1.870

YTM

As of 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Detail of Security Holdings


4-10

Settle Date

MMF

MMF

06/20/17 AGCY BULET

05/23/17 AGCY BULET

09/23/16 CD

06/25/18 CP - DISC

05/23/17 AGCY BULET

10/24/17 TREAS NOTE

11/22/17 TREAS NOTE

09/23/16 CD

04/30/18 CP - DISC

01/31/18 TREAS NOTE

05/31/18 CP - DISC

05/31/18 CP - DISC

11/29/17 AGCY BULET

02/27/18 TREAS NOTE

06/22/18 CP - DISC

06/25/18 AGCY BULET

FGTXXARMR

3134G92H9

3130A6B63

CD-W0309

02665KK30

3137EAED7

912828L81

912828M64

CD-W0310

89233HME1

912828N22

89233HNN0

89233HPK4

3135G0J53

912828P95

46640QQJ3

3133EJSQ3

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Total for Alamo RMA

FFCB

J.P.Morgan Sec

U.S. Treasury

FNMA

Toyota Mtr Cr

Toyota Mtr Cr

U.S. Treasury

Toyota Mtr Cr

Generations FCU CD

U.S. Treasury

U.S. Treasury

FHLMC

American Honda Finance

Generations FCU CD

FHLB

FHLMC

GS Fina Govt - Revenue

GS Fina Govt - Debt Srvc

GS Fina Govt - Const

Sec. Description

Print Time: 2:54 pm

Total for Series 2016 Bond Fund

MMF

FGTXXARMD

Sec. Type

FGTXXARMC

Series 2016 Bond Fund

CUSIP

2.350

1.000

1.000

1.250

1.270

1.250

0.875

0.875

1.240

1.200

0.850

CPN

06/25/19

03/18/19

03/15/19

02/26/19

02/19/19

01/22/19

12/15/18

12/14/18

11/15/18

11/15/18

10/15/18

10/12/18

10/03/18

09/17/18

08/14/18

07/27/18

Mty Date Next Call

Call Type

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107,196,930.36

54,252,773.81

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

5,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

3,000,000.00

2,555,377.12

2,500,000.00

5,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,554,055.63

2,500,000.00

5,000,000.00

987,190.00

624,390.65

2,031,760.41

Par Value

99.249

99.336

100.006

98.102

98.928

99.196

98.277

98.479

99.511

98.474

100.000

99.668

99.503

99.527

99.400

100.000

100.019

99.563

100.000

100.000

100.000

Purch Price

106,387,835.35

53,891,123.85

2,500,157.25

2,452,551.39

4,946,375.00

4,959,783.50

2,456,916.67

2,461,977.78

2,487,770.75

2,954,210.00

2,555,377.12

2,491,689.00

4,975,165.20

2,488,165.00

2,485,000.00

2,554,055.63

2,500,462.50

4,978,126.00

987,190.00

624,390.65

2,031,760.41

Orig Cost

106,659,356.32

54,010,205.51

2,500,154.65

2,454,138.90

4,963,630.55

4,978,782.15

2,461,975.70

2,466,972.23

2,493,578.28

2,966,661.66

2,555,377.12

2,496,833.80

4,992,601.85

2,497,592.80

2,485,900.00

2,554,055.63

2,500,046.38

4,998,562.75

987,190.00

624,390.65

2,031,760.41

Book Value

99.400

99.446

99.967

98.111

99.129

99.185

98.404

98.610

99.609

98.892

100.000

99.711

99.678

99.680

99.404

100.000

99.909

99.923

100.000

100.000

100.000

Mkt Price

106,550,118.36

53,950,401.81

2,499,170.00

2,452,767.50

4,956,445.00

4,959,270.00

2,460,100.00

2,465,255.00

2,490,235.00

2,966,763.00

2,555,377.12

2,492,772.50

4,983,900.00

2,491,990.00

2,485,092.50

2,554,055.63

2,497,722.50

4,996,145.00

987,190.00

624,390.65

2,031,760.41

163

152

360

261

258

241

234

206

168

167

138

138

107

104

95

79

45

27

1

1

1

Days Market Value to Mty

Days to Call

1.882

1.772

2.344

2.589

2.043

1.657

2.391

2.356

1.818

2.447

1.270

1.593

1.389

1.220

2.173

1.240

1.184

1.250

1.814

1.814

1.814

YTW

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0 1.882

1.772

2.344

2.589

2.043

1.657

2.391

2.356

1.818

2.447

1.270

1.593

1.389

1.220

2.173

1.240

1.184

1.250

1.814

1.814

1.814

YTM

As of 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Detail of Security Holdings


4-11

AGCY BULET

AGCY BULET

3130A8Y72

3135G0R39

Print Date: 7/9/2018

FNMA 1.000 10/24/19

FHLB 0.875 08/05/19

U.S. Treasury 0.875 06/15/19

FHLB 1.030 05/28/19

U.S. Treasury 1.625 04/30/19

U.S. Treasury 1.125 01/15/19

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 12/21/18

FHLB 1.750 12/14/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 11/21/18

City of Austin, TX 2.280 11/01/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 09/19/18

U.S. Treasury 1.000 08/15/18

GE Capital Treasury 0.000 07/16/18

GE Capital Treasury 0.000 05/25/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 04/20/18

INVESCO Gov't & Agcy MM

Generations FCU

Security Description

Print Time: 2:54 pm

TREAS NOTE

Total for General Fund

AGCY BULET

AGCY BULET

313376BR5

912828R85

CP - DISC

46640QLM1

3130A92Y6

CP - INT

05249HDF6

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

46640QJK8

TREAS NOTE

TREAS NOTE

912828K82

912828D23

CP - DISC

36164KGG0

912828N63

CP - DISC

36164KER8

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

89233HDL5

46640QMM0

BANK DEP

MMF

GEN-FCU

Security Type

INVSCAR

General Fund

CUSIP

49,345,930.91

0.00

0.00

0.00

2,468,112.85

0.00

7,462,010.85

2,944,779.99

2,507,835.83

3,444,035.00

0.00

3,962,760.00

4,988,322.80

2,489,105.55

4,989,800.00

3,996,981.12

0.00

10,092,186.92

03/31/18 Book Value

13,668,959.10

3,436,789.65

2,453,746.50

3,452,062.60

0.00

2,484,963.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1,800,258.30

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

41,139.05

Cost of Purchases

123,430.22

3,826.62

6,136.40

3,884.83

6,837.55

2,519.33

12,019.95

19,034.19

(2,778.03)

21,764.16

(17.60)

19,817.76

7,813.40

9,352.78

10,200.00

3,018.88

0.00

0.00

Amortization / Accretion

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(10,489,169.42)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

(5,000,000.00)

(4,000,000.00)

0.00

(1,489,169.42)

Maturities / Calls / Sales

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Realized Gain/(Loss)

0.00 49,284,186.92

52,649,150.81

0.00

0.00

2,465,827.50

0.00

7,443,165.00

2,944,128.00

2,493,830.00

3,442,397.00

0.00

3,953,408.00

4,984,180.00

2,484,482.50

4,984,910.00

3,995,672.00

0.00

10,092,186.92

03/31/18 Market Value

3,440,616.27

2,459,882.90

3,455,947.43

2,474,950.40

2,487,482.33

7,474,030.80

2,963,814.18

2,505,057.80

3,465,799.16

1,800,240.70

3,982,577.76

4,996,136.20

2,498,458.33

0.00

0.00

0.00

8,644,156.55

06/30/18 Book Value

52,599,716.55

3,433,633.00

2,457,957.50

3,451,329.00

2,471,885.00

2,485,937.50

7,458,105.00

2,964,315.00

2,494,872.50

3,465,913.50

1,799,874.00

3,979,328.00

4,994,680.00

2,497,730.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

8,644,156.55

06/30/18 Market Value

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3,315,529.63

3,433,633.00

2,457,957.50

3,451,329.00

6,057.50

2,485,937.50

14,940.00

20,187.00

1,042.50

23,516.50

1,799,874.00

25,920.00

10,500.00

13,247.50

(4,984,910.00)

(3,995,672.00)

0.00

(1,448,030.37)

Change in Mkt Value

From 03/31/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Change in Value


4-12

Security Type

AGCY BULET

CD

CP - DISC

AGCY BULET

TREAS NOTE

TREAS NOTE

CD

CP - DISC

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

AGCY BULET

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

AGCY BULET

3130A6B63

CD-W0309

02665KK30

3137EAED7

912828L81

912828M64

CD-W0310

89233HME1

912828N22

89233HNN0

89233HPK4

3135G0J53

912828P95

46640QQJ3

3133EJSQ3

Print Date: 7/9/2018

FFCB 2.350 06/25/19

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 03/18/19

U.S. Treasury 1.000 03/15/19

FNMA 1.000 02/26/19

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 02/19/19

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 01/22/19

U.S. Treasury 1.250 12/15/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 12/14/18

Generations FCU CD 1.270 11/15/18

U.S. Treasury 1.250 11/15/18

U.S. Treasury 0.875 10/15/18

FHLMC 0.875 10/12/18

American Honda Finance 0.000 10/03/18

Generations FCU CD 1.240 09/17/18

FHLB 1.200 08/14/18

FHLMC 0.850 07/27/18

Generations FCU CD 1.180 06/15/18

Nestle Finance Intl Ltd 0.000 06/14/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 06/13/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 05/18/18

Generations FCU CD 1.160 05/15/18

Generations FCU CD 1.140 04/16/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 04/03/18

Generations FCU CD 1.060 01/15/18

BlackRock FedFund - Pledged Rev

BlackRock FedFund - Debt Srvc

BlackRock FedFund - Const

GS Fina Govt - Revenue

GS Fina Govt - Debt Srvc

GS Fina Govt - Const

Security Description

Print Time: 2:54 pm

Total for Series 2016 Bond Fund

AGCY BULET

CD

CD-W0307

3134G92H9

CD

CD-W0306

CD

CP - DISC

89233HD35

CD-W0308

CD

CD-W0304

CP - DISC

MMF

TFDXXAREV

64105SFE3

MMF

TFDXXADS

CP - DISC

MMF

TFDXX-ARM

46640QFD8

MMF

FGTXXARMR

CP - DISC

MMF

FGTXXARMD

89233HEJ9

MMF

FGTXXARMC

Series 2016 Bond Fund

CUSIP

67,595,750.54

0.00

0.00

4,950,992.65

4,970,707.40

0.00

0.00

2,490,078.43

0.00

2,547,745.86

2,494,721.28

4,986,251.55

2,495,449.38

0.00

2,546,608.15

2,500,143.40

4,993,587.75

2,544,334.15

2,491,777.78

2,492,193.05

2,495,038.90

2,543,576.58

5,085,638.43

4,999,555.55

0.00

1,559,213.43

2,804,706.13

5,603,430.69

0.00

0.00

0.00

03/31/18 Book Value

23,701,281.00

2,500,157.25

2,452,551.39

0.00

0.00

2,456,916.67

2,461,977.78

0.00

2,954,210.00

7,631.26

0.00

0.00

0.00

2,485,000.00

7,447.48

0.00

0.00

4,526.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

2,505.95

0.00

0.00

0.00

7,188.68

623,220.36

0.00

987,190.02

4,642,950.02

2,107,808.13

Cost of Purchases

86,121.49

(2.60)

1,587.51

12,637.90

8,074.75

5,059.03

4,994.45

3,499.85

12,451.66

0.00

2,112.52

6,350.30

2,143.42

900.00

0.00

(97.02)

4,975.00

0.00

8,222.22

7,806.95

4,961.10

0.00

0.00

444.45

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Amortization / Accretion

Page 10 of 22

(37,372,947.46)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

(2,548,860.16)

(2,500,000.00)

(2,500,000.00)

(2,500,000.00)

(2,546,082.53)

(5,085,638.43)

(5,000,000.00)

0.00

(1,566,402.11)

(3,427,926.49)

(5,603,430.69)

0.00

(4,018,559.35)

(76,047.70)

Maturities / Calls / Sales

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Realized Gain/(Loss)

0.00 67,505,630.92

54,010,205.51

0.00

4,946,875.00

4,947,600.00

0.00

0.00

2,486,230.00

0.00

2,547,745.86

2,488,182.50

4,970,510.00

2,485,510.00

0.00

2,546,608.15

2,493,212.50

4,982,095.00

2,544,334.15

2,489,775.00

2,488,230.00

2,493,297.50

2,543,576.58

5,085,638.43

4,998,860.00

0.00

1,559,213.43

2,804,706.13

5,603,430.69

0.00

0.00

0.00

03/31/18 Market Value

2,500,154.65

2,454,138.90

4,963,630.55

4,978,782.15

2,461,975.70

2,466,972.23

2,493,578.28

2,966,661.66

2,555,377.12

2,496,833.80

4,992,601.85

2,497,592.80

2,485,900.00

2,554,055.63

2,500,046.38

4,998,562.75

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

987,190.00

624,390.65

2,031,760.41

06/30/18 Book Value

53,950,401.81

2,499,170.00

2,452,767.50

4,956,445.00

4,959,270.00

2,460,100.00

2,465,255.00

2,490,235.00

2,966,763.00

2,555,377.12

2,492,772.50

4,983,900.00

2,491,990.00

2,485,092.50

2,554,055.63

2,497,722.50

4,996,145.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

987,190.00

624,390.65

2,031,760.41

06/30/18 Market Value

Page 2 of 3

(13,555,229.11)

2,499,170.00

2,452,767.50

9,570.00

11,670.00

2,460,100.00

2,465,255.00

4,005.00

2,966,763.00

7,631.26

4,590.00

13,390.00

6,480.00

2,485,092.50

7,447.48

4,510.00

14,050.00

(2,544,334.15)

(2,489,775.00)

(2,488,230.00)

(2,493,297.50)

(2,543,576.58)

(5,085,638.43)

(4,998,860.00)

0.00

(1,559,213.43)

(2,804,706.13)

(5,603,430.69)

987,190.00

624,390.65

2,031,760.41

Change in Mkt Value

From 03/31/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Change in Value


4-13

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Security Description

Print Time: 2:54 pm

Security Type

Total for Alamo RMA

CUSIP

116,941,681.45

03/31/18 Book Value

37,370,240.10

Cost of Purchases

209,551.71

Amortization / Accretion

Page 11 of 22

(47,862,116.88)

Maturities / Calls / Sales

0.00

Realized Gain/(Loss)

106,659,356.32

06/30/18 Book Value

116,789,817.84

03/31/18 Market Value

106,550,118.36

06/30/18 Market Value

Page 3 of 3

(10,239,699.48)

Change in Mkt Value

From 03/31/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Change in Value


4-14

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

AGCY BULET

912828R85

3130A8Y72

3135G0R39

Print Date: 7/9/2018

FNMA 1.000 10/24/19

FHLB 0.875 08/05/19

U.S. Treasury 0.875 06/15/19

FHLB 1.030 05/28/19

U.S. Treasury 1.625 04/30/19

U.S. Treasury 1.125 01/15/19

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 12/21/18

FHLB 1.750 12/14/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 11/21/18

City of Austin, TX 2.280 11/01/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 09/19/18

U.S. Treasury 1.000 08/15/18

GE Capital Treasury 0.000 07/16/18

GE Capital Treasury 0.000 05/25/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 04/20/18

Generations FCU

Security Description

Print Time: 2:54 pm

AGCY BULET

3130A92Y6

Total for General Fund

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

46640QMM0

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

313376BR5

912828D23

CP - DISC

46640QLM1

912828N63

CP - DISC

TREAS NOTE

912828K82

CP - INT

CP - DISC

36164KGG0

05249HDF6

CP - DISC

36164KER8

46640QJK8

BANK DEP

CP - DISC

89233HDL5

Security Type

GEN-FCU

General Fund

CUSIP

45,730.95

0.00

0.00

0.00

8,797.92

0.00

17,714.09

0.00

13,003.47

0.00

0.00

0.00

6,215.47

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Beg. Accrued

Page 12 of 22

115,247.61

2,916.67

3,706.60

2,600.82

6,437.50

6,844.43

21,210.29

0.00

10,937.50

0.00

1,011.94

0.00

12,569.06

0.00

0.00

0.00

47,012.80

Interest Earned

97,075.30

0.00

0.00

15,312.50

12,875.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

21,875.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

47,012.80

Interest Rec'd / Sold / Matured

(22,925.07)

(3,597.22)

(5,164.93)

(14,050.48)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

(112.44)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Interest Purchased

86,828.33

6,513.89

8,871.53

1,338.80

2,360.42

6,844.43

38,924.38

0.00

2,065.97

0.00

1,124.38

0.00

18,784.53

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Ending Accrued

123,430.22

3,826.62

6,136.40

3,884.83

6,837.55

2,519.33

12,019.95

19,034.19

(2,778.03)

21,764.16

(17.60)

19,817.76

7,813.40

9,352.78

10,200.00

3,018.88

0.00

Disc Accr / Prem Amort

Page 1 of 2

238,677.83

6,743.29

9,843.00

6,485.65

13,275.05

9,363.76

33,230.24

19,034.19

8,159.47

21,764.16

994.34

19,817.76

20,382.46

9,352.78

10,200.00

3,018.88

47,012.80

Net Income

From 03/31/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Earned Income


4-15

Security Type

CD

CP - DISC

AGCY BULET

TREAS NOTE

TREAS NOTE

CD

CP - DISC

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

AGCY BULET

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

AGCY BULET

02665KK30

3137EAED7

912828L81

912828M64

CD-W0310

89233HME1

912828N22

89233HNN0

89233HPK4

3135G0J53

912828P95

46640QQJ3

3133EJSQ3

FHLB 1.200 08/14/18

FFCB 2.350 06/25/19

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 03/18/19

U.S. Treasury 1.000 03/15/19

FNMA 1.000 02/26/19

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 02/19/19

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 01/22/19

U.S. Treasury 1.250 12/15/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 12/14/18

Generations FCU CD 1.270 11/15/18

U.S. Treasury 1.250 11/15/18

U.S. Treasury 0.875 10/15/18

FHLMC 0.875 10/12/18

American Honda Finance 0.000 10/03/18

Generations FCU CD 1.240 09/17/18

0.00

0.00

2,309.78

4,861.11

0.00

0.00

9,186.13

0.00

797.83

11,826.66

20,192.31

10,269.10

0.00

778.63

3,916.67

7,555.56

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Print Time: 2:54 pm

120,322.11

AGCY BULET

3130A6B63

CD-W0309

FHLMC 0.850 07/27/18

740.30

Total for Alamo RMA

AGCY BULET

3134G92H9

Generations FCU CD 1.180 06/15/18

0.00

0.00

0.00

727.53

1,429.55

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Beg. Accrued

74,591.16

CD

CD-W0308

Nestle Finance Intl Ltd 0.000 06/14/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 06/13/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 05/18/18

Generations FCU CD 1.160 05/15/18

Generations FCU CD 1.140 04/16/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 04/03/18

BlackRock FedFund - Const

BlackRock FedFund - Pledged Rev

BlackRock FedFund - Debt Srvc

GS Fina Govt - Revenue

GS Fina Govt - Debt Srvc

GS Fina Govt - Const

Security Description

Total for Series 2016 Bond Fund

CP - DISC

CD

CD-W0306

64105SFE3

CP - DISC

89233HD35

CP - DISC

MMF

TFDXX-ARM

46640QFD8

MMF

TFDXXAREV

CD

MMF

TFDXXADS

CP - DISC

MMF

FGTXXARMR

89233HEJ9

MMF

FGTXXARMD

CD-W0307

MMF

FGTXXARMC

Series 2016 Bond Fund

CUSIP

Page 13 of 22

257,048.51

141,800.90

979.17

0.00

12,364.13

12,500.00

0.00

0.00

7,804.99

0.00

7,544.73

7,789.51

10,886.92

5,468.75

0.00

7,362.99

7,500.00

10,625.00

6,340.16

0.00

0.00

0.00

3,720.42

2,700.27

0.00

10,746.22

2,965.18

7,367.14

1,437.80

5,760.54

9,936.98

Interest Earned

218,768.60

121,693.30

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

15,625.00

0.00

7,631.26

15,625.00

21,875.00

10,937.50

0.00

7,447.48

0.00

0.00

7,080.46

0.00

0.00

0.00

4,447.95

4,129.82

0.00

10,746.22

2,965.18

7,367.14

269.09

2,296.40

3,249.80

Interest Rec'd / Sold / Matured

(22,925.07)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Interest Purchased

181,527.09

94,698.76

979.17

0.00

14,673.91

17,361.11

0.00

0.00

1,366.12

0.00

711.30

3,991.17

9,204.23

4,800.35

0.00

694.14

11,416.67

18,180.56

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1,168.71

3,464.14

6,687.18

Ending Accrued

209,551.71

86,121.49

(2.60)

1,587.51

12,637.90

8,074.75

5,059.03

4,994.45

3,499.85

12,451.66

0.00

2,112.52

6,350.30

2,143.42

900.00

0.00

(97.02)

4,975.00

0.00

8,222.22

7,806.95

4,961.10

0.00

0.00

444.45

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Disc Accr / Prem Amort

Page 2 of 2

466,600.22

227,922.39

976.57

1,587.51

25,002.03

20,574.75

5,059.03

4,994.45

11,304.84

12,451.66

7,544.73

9,902.03

17,237.22

7,612.17

900.00

7,362.99

7,402.98

15,600.00

6,340.16

8,222.22

7,806.95

4,961.10

3,720.42

2,700.27

444.45

10,746.22

2,965.18

7,367.14

1,437.80

5,760.54

9,936.98

Net Income

From 03/31/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Earned Income


4-16

Settle Date

06/15/18 912828R85

06/15/18

Print Date: 7/9/2018

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

AGCY BULET

CP - INT

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

Security Type

Print Time: 2:54 pm

Total for: Income Payments

05/28/18 3130A92Y6

06/14/18 313376BR5

05/29/18

06/14/18

Income Payments

Total for: Purchases

06/22/18 05249HDF6

05/31/18 3135G0R39

05/31/18 912828R85

05/30/18

05/30/18

06/21/18

04/30/18 3130A8Y72

04/30/18 912828D23

04/26/18

04/26/18

Purchases

Total for: Maturities

04/20/18 89233HDL5

05/25/18 36164KER8

04/20/18

CUSIP

05/25/18

Maturities

General Fund

Trade Date

U.S. Treasury

FHLB

FHLB

City of Austin, TX

U.S. Treasury

FNMA

U.S. Treasury

FHLB

GE Capital Treasury

Toyota Mtr Cr

Security Description

0.875

1.750

1.030

2.280

0.875

1.000

1.625

0.875

Coupon

06/15/19

12/14/18

05/28/19

11/01/18

06/15/19

10/24/19

04/30/19

08/05/19

05/25/18

04/20/18

Mty Date

Call Date

Page 14 of 22

13,800,000.00

1,800,000.00

3,500,000.00

3,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

9,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

Par Value

100.014

98.630

98.194

99.399

98.150

100.000

100.000

Price

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

13,627,820.05

1,800,258.30

3,452,062.60

3,436,789.65

2,484,963.00

2,453,746.50

9,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

Principal Amount

50,062.50

15,312.50

21,875.00

12,875.00

22,925.07

112.44

14,050.48

3,597.22

0.00

5,164.93

0.00

0.00

0.00

Int Purchased / Received

50,062.50

15,312.50

21,875.00

12,875.00

13,650,745.12

1,800,370.74

3,466,113.08

3,440,386.87

2,484,963.00

2,458,911.43

9,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

Total Amount

Realized Gain / Loss

2.276

2.240

2.213

2.321

2.237

2.369

1.403

1.374

1.439

YTM

Page 1 of 4

2.276

2.240

2.213

2.321

2.237

2.369

YTW

From 04/01/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Investment Transactions


4-17

Settle Date

CUSIP

05/15/18 CD-W0307

05/18/18 89233HEJ9

06/13/18 46640QFD8

06/14/18 64105SFE3

06/15/18 CD-W0308

05/15/18

05/18/18

06/13/18

06/14/18

06/15/18

06/25/18 02665KK30

06/22/18 46640QQJ3

06/21/18

06/21/18

CD

CD

CD

TREAS NOTE

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

AGCY BULET

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

CD

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

CD

CD

CP - DISC

Security Type

Print Time: 2:54 pm

05/23/18 CD-W0309

05/15/18

Print Date: 7/9/2018

05/15/18 CD-W0307

05/23/18 CD-W0308

05/15/18

05/15/18

04/23/18 CD-W0310

05/15/18 912828M64

04/21/18

05/15/18

04/23/18 CD-W0308

04/23/18 CD-W0309

04/21/18

04/21/18

04/16/18 CD-W0306

04/23/18 CD-W0307

04/16/18

04/21/18

04/12/18 3137EAED7

04/15/18 912828L81

04/12/18

04/15/18

Income Payments

Total for: Purchases

05/31/18 89233HPK4

06/25/18 3133EJSQ3

05/30/18

05/31/18 89233HNN0

05/30/18

06/21/18

04/30/18 89233HME1

04/30/18

Purchases

Total for: Maturities

04/03/18 89233HD35

04/16/18 CD-W0306

04/03/18

04/16/18

Maturities

Series 2016 Bond Fund

Trade Date

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

U.S. Treasury

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

U.S. Treasury

FHLMC

J.P.Morgan Sec

American Honda Finance

FFCB

Toyota Mtr Cr

Toyota Mtr Cr

Toyota Mtr Cr

Generations FCU CD

Nestle Finance Intl Ltd

J.P.Morgan Sec

Toyota Mtr Cr

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Toyota Mtr Cr

Security Description

1.240

1.180

1.160

1.250

1.270

1.240

1.180

1.160

1.140

0.875

0.875

2.350

1.180

1.160

1.140

Coupon

09/17/18

06/15/18

05/15/18

11/15/18

11/15/18

09/17/18

06/15/18

05/15/18

04/16/18

10/15/18

10/12/18

03/18/19

10/03/18

06/25/19

02/19/19

01/22/19

12/14/18

06/15/18

06/14/18

06/13/18

05/18/18

05/15/18

04/16/18

04/03/18

Mty Date

Call Date

Page 15 of 22

15,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

3,000,000.00

22,680,581.12

2,548,860.16

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,546,082.53

5,085,638.43

5,000,000.00

Par Value

98.102

99.400

100.006

98.277

98.479

98.474

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

Price

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

15,310,813.09

2,452,551.39

2,485,000.00

2,500,157.25

2,456,916.67

2,461,977.78

2,954,210.00

22,680,581.12

2,548,860.16

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,546,082.53

5,085,638.43

5,000,000.00

Principal Amount

2,078.54

1,976.10

1,942.00

15,625.00

2,748.08

2,681.96

2,549.91

2,505.95

4,129.82

21,875.00

10,937.50

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Int Purchased / Received

2,078.54

1,976.10

1,942.00

15,625.00

2,748.08

2,681.96

2,549.91

2,505.95

4,129.82

21,875.00

10,937.50

15,310,813.09

2,452,551.39

2,485,000.00

2,500,157.25

2,456,916.67

2,461,977.78

2,954,210.00

22,680,581.12

2,548,860.16

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,546,082.53

5,085,638.43

5,000,000.00

Total Amount

Realized Gain / Loss

2.385

2.589

2.173

2.344

2.391

2.356

2.447

1.389

1.180

1.610

1.555

1.531

1.160

1.140

1.602

YTM

Page 2 of 4

2.385

2.589

2.173

2.344

2.391

2.356

2.447

YTW

From 04/01/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Investment Transactions


4-18

Settle Date

CUSIP

06/23/18 CD-W0310

06/15/18

04/21/18 CD-W0309

04/21/18 CD-W0310

05/15/18 CD-W0308

05/15/18 CD-W0309

05/15/18 CD-W0310

06/15/18 CD-W0309

06/15/18 CD-W0310

04/21/18

04/21/18

05/15/18

05/15/18

05/15/18

06/15/18

06/15/18

Print Date: 7/9/2018

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

TREAS NOTE

CD

Security Type

Print Time: 2:54 pm

Total for: Capitalized Interest

04/21/18 CD-W0308

04/21/18 CD-W0307

04/21/18

04/21/18

Capitalized Interest

Total for: Income Payments

06/15/18 CD-W0308

06/23/18 CD-W0309

06/15/18

06/15/18

05/23/18 CD-W0310

06/15/18 912828N22

05/15/18

06/15/18

Income Payments

Series 2016 Bond Fund

Trade Date

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

Generations FCU CD

U.S. Treasury

Generations FCU CD

Security Description

1.270

1.240

1.270

1.240

1.180

1.270

1.240

1.180

1.160

1.270

1.240

1.180

1.250

1.270

Coupon

11/15/18

09/17/18

11/15/18

09/17/18

06/15/18

11/15/18

09/17/18

06/15/18

05/15/18

11/15/18

09/17/18

06/15/18

12/15/18

11/15/18

Mty Date

Call Date

Page 16 of 22

22,110.70

2,753.34

2,686.98

2,129.84

2,078.54

1,976.10

2,748.08

2,681.96

2,549.91

2,505.95

Par Value

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

100.000

Price

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

22,110.70

2,753.34

2,686.98

2,129.84

2,078.54

1,976.10

2,748.08

2,681.96

2,549.91

2,505.95

Principal Amount

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

94,799.47

2,753.34

2,686.98

2,554.45

15,625.00

2,129.84

Int Purchased / Received

22,110.70

2,753.34

2,686.98

2,129.84

2,078.54

1,976.10

2,748.08

2,681.96

2,549.91

2,505.95

94,799.47

2,753.34

2,686.98

2,554.45

15,625.00

2,129.84

Total Amount

Realized Gain / Loss

YTM

Page 3 of 4

YTW

From 04/01/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Investment Transactions


4-19

Settle Date

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Trade Date

31,680,581.12 29,300,000.00 0.00 22,110.70

Mty Date

Total Maturities Total Purchases Total Income Payments Total Capitalized Interest

Coupon

Quantity

Security Description

Transaction Type

Security Type

Print Time: 2:54 pm

CUSIP

Par Value

Page 17 of 22

31,680,581.12 28,961,558.21 144,861.97 22,110.70

Total Amount

Total for All Portfolios

Call Date

Price

Realized G/L

Principal Amount

1.393 2.334

YTM

Int Purchased / Received

2.334

YTW

Total Amount

Realized Gain / Loss

YTM

Page 4 of 4

YTW

From 04/01/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Investment Transactions


4-20

08/31/17

10/24/17

01/30/18

01/30/18

06/22/18

03/29/18

08/31/17

03/29/18

12/29/17

04/30/18

03/28/18

05/31/18

04/30/18

05/31/18

36164KGG0

912828K82

46640QJK8

05249HDF6

46640QLM1

313376BR5

46640QMM0

912828N63

912828D23

3130A92Y6

912828R85

3130A8Y72

3135G0R39

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Total for General Fund

11/21/17

36164KER8

Settle Date

89233HDL5

General Fund

CUSIP

Print Time: 2:54 pm

AGCY BULET

AGCY BULET

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

TREAS NOTE

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

AGCY BULET

CP - DISC

CP - INT

CP - DISC

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

Security Type

FNMA 1.000 10/24/19

FHLB 0.875 08/05/19

U.S. Treasury 0.875 06/15/19

FHLB 1.030 05/28/19

U.S. Treasury 1.625 04/30/19

U.S. Treasury 1.125 01/15/19

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 12/21/18

FHLB 1.750 12/14/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 11/21/18

City of Austin, TX 2.280 11/01/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 09/19/18

U.S. Treasury 1.000 08/15/18

GE Capital Treasury 0.000 07/16/18

GE Capital Treasury 0.000 05/25/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 04/20/18

Security Description Next Call Date

Page 18 of 22

44,300,000.00

3,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

3,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

7,500,000.00

3,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

3,500,000.00

1,800,000.00

4,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

0.00

0.00

Purchase Qty

98.194

98.150

98.630

98.715

99.399

99.330

98.138

100.571

98.380

100.014

98.737

99.662

98.911

98.991

99.404

Orig Price

43,852,554.95

3,436,789.65

2,453,746.50

3,452,062.60

2,467,885.25

2,484,963.00

7,449,758.25

2,944,152.50

2,514,276.45

3,443,317.50

1,800,258.30

3,949,475.56

4,983,105.50

2,472,763.89

0.00

0.00

Original Cost

123,430.22

3,826.62

6,136.40

3,884.83

6,837.55

2,519.33

12,019.95

19,034.19

(2,778.03)

21,764.16

(17.60)

19,817.76

7,813.40

9,352.78

10,200.00

3,018.88

Amrt/Accr for Period

152,439.31

3,826.62

6,136.40

3,884.83

7,065.15

2,519.33

24,272.55

19,661.68

(9,218.65)

22,481.66

(17.60)

33,102.20

13,030.70

25,694.44

0.00

0.00

Total Amrt/Accr Since Purch

295,005.74

59,383.73

40,117.10

44,052.57

25,049.60

12,517.67

25,969.20

36,185.82

(5,057.80)

34,200.84

(240.70)

17,422.24

3,863.80

1,541.67

0.00

0.00

Remaining Disc / Prem

Page 1 of 2

44,004,994.26

3,440,616.27

2,459,882.90

3,455,947.43

2,474,950.40

2,487,482.33

7,474,030.80

2,963,814.18

2,505,057.80

3,465,799.16

1,800,240.70

3,982,577.76

4,996,136.20

2,498,458.33

0.00

0.00

Book Value

From 03/31/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Amortization and Accretion


4-21

Settle Date

CP - DISC

02/27/18

09/23/16

09/23/16

11/22/17

10/24/17

01/31/18

09/23/16

06/20/17

05/23/17

09/23/16

06/25/18

05/23/17

10/24/17

11/22/17

09/23/16

04/30/18

01/31/18

05/31/18

05/31/18

11/29/17

02/27/18

06/22/18

06/25/18

CD-W0306

CD-W0307

89233HEJ9

46640QFD8

64105SFE3

CD-W0308

3134G92H9

3130A6B63

CD-W0309

02665KK30

3137EAED7

912828L81

912828M64

CD-W0310

89233HME1

912828N22

89233HNN0

89233HPK4

3135G0J53

912828P95

46640QQJ3

3133EJSQ3

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Print Time: 2:54 pm

Page 19 of 22

94,909,432.75

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

5,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

3,000,000.00

2,555,377.12

2,500,000.00

5,000,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,554,055.63

2,500,000.00

5,000,000.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Purchase Qty

Total for Alamo RMA

0.00

Next Call Date

50,609,432.75

FFCB 2.350 06/25/19

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 03/18/19

U.S. Treasury 1.000 03/15/19

FNMA 1.000 02/26/19

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 02/19/19

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 01/22/19

U.S. Treasury 1.250 12/15/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 12/14/18

Generations FCU CD 1.270 11/15/18

U.S. Treasury 1.250 11/15/18

U.S. Treasury 0.875 10/15/18

FHLMC 0.875 10/12/18

American Honda Finance 0.000 10/03/18

Generations FCU CD 1.240 09/17/18

FHLB 1.200 08/14/18

FHLMC 0.850 07/27/18

Generations FCU CD 1.180 06/15/18

Nestle Finance Intl Ltd 0.000 06/14/18

J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 06/13/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 05/18/18

Generations FCU CD 1.160 05/15/18

Generations FCU CD 1.140 04/16/18

Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 04/03/18

Generations FCU CD 1.060 01/15/18

Security Description

Total for Series 2016 Bond Fund

AGCY BULET

CP - DISC

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

TREAS NOTE

CP - DISC

CD

TREAS NOTE

TREAS NOTE

AGCY BULET

CP - DISC

CD

AGCY BULET

AGCY BULET

CD

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

CP - DISC

CD

CD

CD

09/23/16

89233HD35

Security Type

CD-W0304

Series 2016 Bond Fund

CUSIP

0

100.006

98.102

98.928

99.196

98.277

98.479

99.511

98.474

100.000

99.668

99.503

99.527

99.400

100.000

100.019

99.563

100.000

99.404

99.008

99.253

100.000

100.000

99.844

100.000

Orig Price

94,100,337.74

50,247,782.79

2,500,157.25

2,452,551.39

4,946,375.00

4,959,783.50

2,456,916.67

2,461,977.78

2,487,770.75

2,954,210.00

2,555,377.12

2,491,689.00

4,975,165.20

2,488,165.00

2,485,000.00

2,554,055.63

2,500,462.50

4,978,126.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Original Cost

209,551.71

86,121.49

(2.60)

1,587.51

12,637.90

8,074.75

5,059.03

4,994.45

3,499.85

12,451.66

0.00

2,112.52

6,350.30

2,143.42

900.00

0.00

(97.02)

4,975.00

0.00

8,222.22

7,806.95

4,961.10

0.00

0.00

444.45

0.00

Amrt/Accr for Period

271,520.97

119,081.66

(2.60)

1,587.51

17,255.55

18,998.65

5,059.03

4,994.45

5,807.53

12,451.66

0.00

5,144.80

17,436.65

9,427.80

900.00

0.00

(416.12)

20,436.75

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Total Amrt/Accr Since Purch

537,574.04

242,568.30

(154.65)

45,861.10

36,369.45

21,217.85

38,024.30

33,027.77

6,421.72

33,338.34

0.00

3,166.20

7,398.15

2,407.20

14,100.00

0.00

(46.38)

1,437.25

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Remaining Disc / Prem

Page 2 of 2

94,371,858.71

50,366,864.45

2,500,154.65

2,454,138.90

4,963,630.55

4,978,782.15

2,461,975.70

2,466,972.23

2,493,578.28

2,966,661.66

2,555,377.12

2,496,833.80

4,992,601.85

2,497,592.80

2,485,900.00

2,554,055.63

2,500,046.38

4,998,562.75

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Book Value

From 03/31/2018 to 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Amortization and Accretion


4-22

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Total for General Fund

912828N63 36164KGG0 3130A8Y72 912828K82 46640QJK8 3135G0R39 912828D23 05249HDF6 46640QLM1 3130A92Y6 313376BR5 912828R85 46640QMM0

General Fund

CUSIP

Print Time: 2:54 pm

TREAS NOTE CP - DISC AGCY BULET TREAS NOTE CP - DISC AGCY BULET TREAS NOTE CP - INT CP - DISC AGCY BULET AGCY BULET TREAS NOTE CP - DISC

Security Type

U.S. Treasury 1.125 01/15/19 GE Capital Treasury 0.000 07/16/18 FHLB 0.875 08/05/19 U.S. Treasury 1.000 08/15/18 J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 09/19/18 FNMA 1.000 10/24/19 U.S. Treasury 1.625 04/30/19 City of Austin, TX 2.280 11/01/18 J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 11/21/18 FHLB 1.030 05/28/19 FHLB 1.750 12/14/18 U.S. Treasury 0.875 06/15/19 J.P.Morgan Sec 0.000 12/21/18

Security Description

Page 20 of 22

07/15/18 07/16/18 08/05/18 08/15/18 09/19/18 10/24/18 10/31/18 11/01/18 11/21/18 11/28/18 12/14/18 12/15/18 12/21/18

Pay Date

0.00 2,500,000.00 0.00 5,000,000.00 4,000,000.00 0.00 0.00 1,800,000.00 3,500,000.00 0.00 2,500,000.00 0.00 3,000,000.00 22,300,000.00

180,954.30

Principal

42,187.50 0.00 10,937.50 25,000.00 0.00 17,500.00 20,312.50 14,954.30 0.00 12,875.00 21,875.00 15,312.50 0.00

Interest

Page 1 of 3

22,480,954.30

42,187.50 2,500,000.00 10,937.50 5,025,000.00 4,000,000.00 17,500.00 20,312.50 1,814,954.30 3,500,000.00 12,875.00 2,521,875.00 15,312.50 3,000,000.00

Total Amount

Cash Flows for next 180 days from 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Projected Cash Flows


4-23

CD CD AGCY BULET AGCY BULET CD CD AGCY BULET TREAS NOTE CD CD CP - DISC AGCY BULET TREAS NOTE CD CD TREAS NOTE CP - DISC TREAS NOTE AGCY BULET

Security Type

Print Date: 7/9/2018

Print Time: 2:54 pm

Total for Series 2016 Bond Fund

CD-W0309 CD-W0310 3134G92H9 3130A6B63 CD-W0309 CD-W0310 3135G0J53 912828P95 CD-W0309 CD-W0310 02665KK30 3137EAED7 912828L81 CD-W0310 CD-W0310 912828M64 89233HME1 912828N22 3133EJSQ3

Series 2016 Bond Fund

CUSIP

Generations FCU CD 1.240 09/17/18 Generations FCU CD 1.270 11/15/18 FHLMC 0.850 07/27/18 FHLB 1.200 08/14/18 Generations FCU CD 1.240 09/17/18 Generations FCU CD 1.270 11/15/18 FNMA 1.000 02/26/19 U.S. Treasury 1.000 03/15/19 Generations FCU CD 1.240 09/17/18 Generations FCU CD 1.270 11/15/18 American Honda Finance 0.000 10/03/18 FHLMC 0.875 10/12/18 U.S. Treasury 0.875 10/15/18 Generations FCU CD 1.270 11/15/18 Generations FCU CD 1.270 11/15/18 U.S. Treasury 1.250 11/15/18 Toyota Mtr Cr 0.000 12/14/18 U.S. Treasury 1.250 12/15/18 FFCB 2.350 06/25/19

Security Description

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07/23/18 07/23/18 07/27/18 08/14/18 08/23/18 08/23/18 08/26/18 09/15/18 09/17/18 09/23/18 10/03/18 10/12/18 10/15/18 10/23/18 11/15/18 11/15/18 12/14/18 12/15/18 12/25/18

Pay Date

0.00 0.00 5,000,000.00 2,500,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,554,055.63 0.00 2,500,000.00 2,500,000.00 5,000,000.00 0.00 2,555,377.12 2,500,000.00 3,000,000.00 2,500,000.00 0.00 30,609,432.75

199,997.83

Principal

2,639.19 2,704.44 21,250.00 15,000.00 2,639.19 2,704.44 25,000.00 25,000.00 2,169.19 2,704.44 0.00 10,937.50 21,875.00 2,704.44 2,045.00 15,625.00 0.00 15,625.00 29,375.00

Interest

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30,809,430.58

2,639.19 2,704.44 5,021,250.00 2,515,000.00 2,639.19 2,704.44 25,000.00 25,000.00 2,556,224.82 2,704.44 2,500,000.00 2,510,937.50 5,021,875.00 2,704.44 2,557,422.12 2,515,625.00 3,000,000.00 2,515,625.00 29,375.00

Total Amount

Cash Flows for next 180 days from 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Projected Cash Flows


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Print Date: 7/9/2018

CUSIP

Print Time: 2:54 pm

Security Type

Total for All Portfolios

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Total Projected Cash Flows for Alamo RMA

Security Description

July 2018 August 2018 September 2018 October 2018 November 2018 December 2018

Pay Date

380,952.13

68,781.13 81,281.13 29,873.63 73,329.44 45,499.30 82,187.50

Interest

52,909,432.75

7,500,000.00 7,500,000.00 6,554,055.63 10,000,000.00 10,355,377.12 11,000,000.00

Principal

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53,290,384.88

7,568,781.13 7,581,281.13 6,583,929.26 10,073,329.44 10,400,876.42 11,082,187.50

Total Amount

Cash Flows for next 180 days from 06/30/2018

Alamo RMA Projected Cash Flows


Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director 

 

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 5: Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of an Engineering Services Agreement between the Alamo RMA and LNV, Inc. (SMWBE) for Professional Engineering Services related to the Candlemeadow Project. Background: On November 7, 2017 the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority issued a Request for Qualifications for Professional Engineering Services for the Candlemeadow Project. Statements of Qualifications were due December 15, 2018. On January 25, 2018 the Board of Directors directed staff to negotiate with LNV, Inc. (SMWBE) to provide the requested services. The scope of work includes the preparation of Plans, Specifications, Estimate, Bidding Documents, and the performance of Construction Phase Services related to the Candlemeadow Project. Recommended Motion: Approval of an Engineering Services Agreement between the Alamo RMA and LNV, Inc. for Professional Engineering Services related to the Candlemeadow Project for a Not-to-Exceed amount of $714,518.

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☒Yes ☐ No ☐ Revenue ☒ Expense ☒ Project ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________ Capital Budget – VRF Projects (Debt) $714,518 $4,871,176

Coordinated by: Verified by:

Chris Trevino John Bownds

Comments: Candlemeadow is a budgeted project within the FY 2017-18 Capital Budget in the amount of $4,871,176. This project is funded by bond proceeds from the Vehicle Registration Fee Revenue Bonds, Series 2016.

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director 

 

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 6: Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of an Inspection Services Agreement between the Alamo RMA and Foster CM Group (SMWBE) for Professional Construction Inspection Services related to the Evans Road Phase I Project. Background: On May 19, 2017 the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority issued a Request for Qualifications for Professional Engineering Services for the Evans Road Phase I Project. Statements of Qualifications were due June 23, 2017. On August 24, 2017 the Board of Directors directed staff to negotiate with Foster CM Group (SMWBE) to provide the requested services. The scope of work includes the performance of Professional Construction Inspection Services for the Evans Road Phase I Project. Recommended Motion: Approval of an Inspection Services Agreement between the Alamo RMA and Foster CM Group for Professional Construction Inspection Services related to the Evans Road Phase I Project for a Not-to-Exceed amount of $978,352.

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☒Yes ☐ No ☐ Revenue ☒ Expense ☒ Project ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________ Capital Budget – VRF Projects (Debt) $978,352 $10,100,000

Coordinated by: Verified by:

Chris Trevino John Bownds

Comments: Evans Road Phase I is a budgeted project within the FY 2017-18 Capital Budget in the amount of $10,100,000. This project is funded by bond proceeds from the Vehicle Registration Fee Revenue Bonds, Series 2016.

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 7: Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of an Interlocal Agreement between the Alamo RMA and the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) for the Fischer Road Phase II joint-bid utility relocations. Background: On May 16, 2018 the Board of Directors awarded the Fischer Road Phase II construction contract to Dean Word Company, Ltd. in the amount of $3,406,682. The total amount bid includes $246,104 for construction of SAWS joint-bid water utility relocations.

On July 10, 2018 the SAWS Board of Trustees approved a Resolution authorizing the Interlocal Agreement between the Alamo RMA and SAWS governing the terms and providing the funding for the joint-bid items of work. SAWS will provide the Alamo RMA with the bid amount of $246,104 plus a fifteen percent contingency amount of $36,915 for total SAWS contribution of $283,019.

Recommended Motion:

David L. Smith Executive Director

Approval of an Interlocal Agreement between the Alamo RMA and the San Antonio Water System for the Fischer Road Phase II joint-bid utility relocations.

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☒Yes ☐ No ☐ Revenue ☒ Expense ☒ Project ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________ Capital Budget – VRF Projects (Debt) $283,019 $4,097,065

Coordinated by: Verified by:

Chris Trevino John Bownds

Comments: SAWS will be responsible for the cost of these utility relocations. Fischer Road Phase II is a budgeted project within the FY 2017-18 Capital Budget in the amount of 4,097,065. This project is funded by bond proceeds from the Vehicle Registration Fee Revenue Bonds, Series 2016.

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RESOLUTION NO.

1B•155

OF THE SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVING AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH THE ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY AUTHORIZING THE PRESIDENT/CHIEF AND EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR HIS DULY APPOINTED TO EXECUTE THE INTERLOCAL DESIGNEE AGREEMENT FOR THE ADJUSTMENT OF WATER FACILITIES BY THE ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE FISCHER ROAD PHASE II: IH 35 SOUTH TO SOMERSET ROAD PROJECT; AUTHORIZING THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $283,019.89 FOR THE PROJECT WORK; FINDING THE RESOLUTION TO HA VE BEEN CONSIDERED PURSUANT TO THE LAWS GOVERNING OPEN MEETINGS; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE

WHEREAS, Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (the "Authority") proposes to construct the Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road Project; and WHEREAS, the Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road Project will require the adjustments of certain water facilities (the "project work") of the San Antonio Water System (the "System"); and WHEREAS, the Authority has requested that the System execute an Interlocal Agreement and pay for the System's share of the project work costs; and WHEREAS, System funds in an amount not to exceed $283,019.89 are required for the project work; and WHEREAS, the total amount of $283,019.89 is available from the System's Project Fund for the project work; and WHEREAS, the San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees desires (i) to approve an Interlocal Agreement with the Authority for the adjustments of water facilities by the Authority in connection with the Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road Project and to authorize the President/Chief Executive Officer or his duly appointed designee to execute an Interlocal Agreement, and (ii) to authorize the expenditure of funds in an amount not to exceed $283,019.89 for the System's share of the project work; now, therefore:

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:18•155 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM BOARD OF TRUSTEES: 1. That an Interlocal Agreement with the Authority substantially in the form of the agreement attached hereto is hereby approved and the President/Chief Executive Officer or his duly appointed designee is hereby authorized to execute the Interlocal Agreement with the Authority in connection with the Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road Project. 2. That the expenditure of funds in an amount not to exceed $283,019.89 for the adjustments of water facilities by the Authority in connection with the Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road Project is hereby approved. 3. It is officially found, determined and declared that the meeting at which this resolution is adopted was open to the public, and that public notice of the time, place, and subject matter of the public business to be conducted at such meeting, including this resolution, was given to all as required by the Texas Codes Annotated, as amended, Title 5, Chapter 551, Government Code. 4. If any part, section, paragraph, sentence, phrase or word of this resolution is for any reason held to be unconstitutional, illegal, inoperative or invalid, or if any exception to or limitation upon any general provision herein contained is held to be unconstitutional, illegal, invalid or ineffective, the remainder of this resolution shall nevertheless stand effective and valid as ifit had been enacted without the portion held to be unconstitutional, illegal, invalid, or ineffective. 5.

This resolution becomes effective immediately upon its passage. PASSED AND APPROVED this 10111 day of July, 2018.

Berto ~ ATTEST:

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STATE OF TEXAS AGREEMENT COUNTY OF BEXAR

§ §

INTERLOCAL

§

This Interlocal Agreement (the “Agreement”) is made and entered into this day of , 2018, by and between the ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY, a political subdivision of the State of Texas (“AUTHORITY”), and the SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM BOARD OF TRUSTEES, a political subdivision of the State of Texas (“SAWS”) (also, individually, a “Party” or, collectively, the “Parties), pursuant to the Interlocal Cooperation Act, Chapter 791 of the Government Code. PURPOSE 1.01 The purpose of this Agreement is to facilitate the AUTHORITY’s improvement of the Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road (the “Project”) by including certain necessary SAWS adjustments and installations in the AUTHORITY’s Specifications for the Project, thus assuring the coordination of the AUTHORITY’s road and drainage improvements with SAWS’s adjustments and installations. 1.02 As part of its Project development activities, the Authority will include in its procurement of construction services the development and construction of the SAWS Work (as defined below). SERVICES 2.01 The AUTHORITY agrees to include in the AUTHORITY Specifications for the Project the plans and specifications for SAWS Water Job No. 17-5016 (the “SAWS Work”), which SAWS has prepared and delivered to the AUTHORITY and is incorporated by reference herein, and to contract for the performance of SAWS Work. 2.02 Immediately after tabulating all of the bids received for the Project, the AUTHORITY will notify SAWS in writing of the name of the contractor selected by the AUTHORITY for the Project (the “Contractor”) and the bid amount for the SAWS Work (the “Original Bid”). SAWS acknowledges that the Contractor selected by the AUTHORITY for the Project may not be the proposer which offered the lowest bid on the SAWS Work. 2.03 The AUTHORITY agrees to use its best efforts to enforce all of its rights and remedies against the Contractor for the SAWS Work. 2.04 The AUTHORITY agrees to allow SAWS access to the Project site to (i) inspect and witness testing of the SAWS Work and to determine if the SAWS Work is in conformity with the plans, specifications and special provisions applicable thereto and is in good working order, and (ii) verify all quantities used in connection with the SAWS Work, the AUTHORITY does not guarantee the performance of the Contractor in the performance of the SAWS Work, and SAWS will be responsible for inspecting and accepting the SAWS Work.

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FEE 3.01 Not later than fifteen (15) days after the execution of the Agreement by SAWS, SAWS shall deliver to the AUTHORITY good and sufficient funds (the “Funds”) for the Original Bid and a fifteen percent (15%) contingency (the “Contingency”). The Funds to be provided by SAWS are further described in Exhibit A attached hereto. 3.02 For materials and construction used in the SAWS Work, SAWS agrees to pay to the AUTHORITY the amount of Two Hundred Eighty-Three Thousand, Nineteen Dollars and Eighty-Nine Cents ($283,019.89), which includes the Original Bid amount and the Contingency. 3.03 If the cost of performing the SAWS Work exceeds the Original Bid, the following provisions shall apply: (a) Contractor-Initiated Change Orders. Use of the Contingency. In the event the AUTHORITY receives a proposed change order from the Contractor indicating that additional funds exceeding the Original Bid will be needed for SAWS Work, the AUTHORITY will notify SAWS in writing of the proposed change order. Unless SAWS objects within ten (10) business days of receipt of the written notification of the proposed change order, the AUTHORITY will proceed with SAWS Work and utilize the Contingency for payment to the Contractor. In the event the amount of the proposed change order exceeds the Contingency amount, the AUTHORITY will authorize work up to the amount of the available Contingency, and will authorize the remaining work once a commitment, in writing, is received from an authorized representative of SAWS that the required additional funding (in excess of the available Contingency amount) will be remitted to the AUTHORITY prior to such time that payment for the work is due to the Contractor. (b) SAWS-Initiated Change Orders. If change orders are requested by SAWS under this Agreement, SAWS will submit a change order request to the AUTHORITY, including all necessary documentation to prepare the change order. (c) Authority-Initiated Change Orders. If the AUTHORITY requires a change order that affects the SAWS Work, the change order will be submitted to SAWS staff for approval. Notwithstanding the time period to reject a proposed change order under subsection (a), SAWS staff agrees to use good faith efforts to respond to change orders within ten (10) business days after SAWS staff’s receipt of request, or such additional period of time as may be reasonably necessary under the circumstances based on the complexity of the change order. SAWS staff is under no obligation to approve any change orders, and in no event shall SAWS be responsible for costs or expenses under Authority-Initiated Change Orders that are not approved by SAWS staff. (d) If a SAWS Initiated Change Order or an Authority-Initiated Change Order results in total costs exceeding the amount stated in §3.02, the AUTHORITY will send copies of Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road

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invoices covering the additional amounts authorized by a change order approved by SAWS staff, and SAWS shall pay the AUTHORITY the additional amounts in the approved change order within fifteen (15) days after the approval of the Board of Trustees, unless further time is required for Board action to appropriate funds. In the event Board action is needed, SAWS agrees to present the request at the next regular or special Board meeting. 3.05. Not later than fifteen (15) days after the AUTHORITY’s final recapitulation with the Contractor, the AUTHORITY will refund SAWS for any surplus Funds. 3.06 The Parties acknowledge that the financial commitments stated in this Agreement are independent of the necessary operating and maintenance expenses that are SAWS’s responsibilities. SAWS’S RESPONSIBILITY 4.01 SAWS agrees to accept full responsibility for inspection and acceptance of work performed as the SAWS Work, and acknowledges that the AUTHORITY is not responsible for the quality or performance of the SAWS Work by the Contractor. 4.02 Following Substantial Completion of SAWS Work, SAWS shall be responsible for all costs associated with operating and maintaining SAWS Work. Substantial Completion is the date, certified by the AUTHORITY, the AUTHORITY’s design professional and SAWS (including SAWS design professional) that the Contractor has reached that stage of completion when SAWS and the AUTHORITY accept use of SAWS Work for its intended purposes, recognizing that certain punch-list and/or clean-up items that do not preclude use of the SAWS Work for its intended purpose may be required. ENTIRE AGREEMENT 5.01 This Agreement, along with the specifications for the SAWS Work, supersedes any and all other agreements, either oral or in writing, and no other agreement, statement, or promise relating to the subject matter of this Agreement that is not contained herein shall be valid or binding. ATTORNEY’S FEES 6.01 If any action at law or in equity is brought to enforce or interpret the provisions of this Agreement, to the extent allowed by law, the prevailing Party shall be entitled to reasonable attorney’s fees in addition to any other relief to which the prevailing Party may be entitled. TEXAS LAW TO APPLY 7.01 This Agreement is performable in Bexar County, Texas and the validity of any of its terms or provisions, as well as the rights and duties of the Parties, shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas. Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road

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SEVERABILITY 8.01 If any one or more of the provisions contained in the Agreement is for any reason be held to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any respect, that invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability will not affect any other provision and this Agreement will be construed as if the invalid, illegal, or unenforceable provision had never been contained herein. AMENDMENT 9.01 No amendment, supplementation, modification, or alteration of the terms hereof will be binding unless it is in writing, dated subsequent to the date hereof and duly executed by the Parties. THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARY 10.01 SAWS shall be considered a third party beneficiary under the AUTHORITY’s contract for the Project; provided, however, that prior to final completion of the work under the contract for the Project, SAWS shall not enforce any remedies against the Contractor without the prior written consent of the AUTHORITY, which consent may be withheld if the AUTHORITY reasonably believes that enforcement would have an adverse effect on final completion of the Project. Prior to final completion of the work under the contract for the Project, the AUTHORITY shall cooperate in the prosecution of any action against the Contractor, to the extent consistent with the terms of the Project Contract Documents, which SAWS may reasonably determine to be necessary to undertake in connection with the SAWS Work done by the Contractor or its subcontractors. INDEMNIFICATION 11.01 The AUTHORITY agrees to include SAWS in the list of parties being indemnified by the Contractor, so that SAWS receives the benefit of all indemnities under the contract documents with respect to the SAWS Work. Neither party to this Agreement waives, or intends to waive, their governmental immunity in connection with this Agreement, the Project, or the SAWS Work. INSURANCE 12.01 In all contracts entered into by the AUTHORITY for SAWS Work, the AUTHORITY shall include provisions reflecting: (a) With regard to insurance coverage during the construction phase of the Project, the AUTHORITY shall require all consultants, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers to maintain insurance coverage limits that are sufficient to compensate the AUTHORITY and SAWS for their respective interests in the Project with regard to any liability a third Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road

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party may have due to the services, equipment, or materials provided for construction of the Project. SAWS shall be named as an additional insured on all policies naming the AUTHORITY as an additional insured. The AUTHORITY shall provide SAWS with copies of the completed Certificates of Insurance which Certificates shall be completed by an agent authorized to bind the named underwriters and their companies to the coverage limits and termination provisions shown thereon. SAWS reserves the right to review the insurance requirements during the effective period of this Agreement, and any extension or renewal hereof, and to modify insurance coverage and limits when deemed necessary and prudent by SAWS’s Risk Manager based upon changes in statutory law or court decisions. If SAWS requests a coverage modification which results in an increased cost, SAWS shall be responsible for the increased cost and the AUTHORITY shall have no obligation to request a coverage modification until SAWS submits payment to cover the increased cost. The AUTHORITY will not allow any modifications to the insurance coverage through which SAWS may incur increased risks. (b) The AUTHORITY shall require the Contractor to maintain statutory worker’s compensation insurance for all of their employees with a waiver of subrogation in favor of the AUTHORITY and SAWS. (c) The AUTHORITY will require the Contractor, and any subcontractors to provide all statutorily-required payment and performance bonds at no additional cost to the Parties. On services for which performance bonds are not statutorily required, the AUTHORITY shall determine whether to require performance bonds. CURRENT REVENUES 13.01 In accordance with Section 791.011(d)(3) of the Texas Government Code, the party paying for the performance of governmental functions or services, if any, must make those payments from current revenues available to the paying party. EXECUTED IN DUPLICATE ORIGINALS, EACH OF WHICH WILL HAVE FULL FORCE AND EFFECT ON THIS ________ DAY OF ______________________, 2018.

ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY

SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM

By:

By: Robert R. Puente President/Chief Executive Officer

David Smith Executive Director

Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road

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Exhibit “A” Bid Amount and Funds Committed by SAWS Interlocal Agreement for the Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road Cost Category

Total

Water Main Adjustments1

$ 246,104.25

Contingency (15% of Construction)

$ 36,915.64

Total SAWS Contribution =

$ 283,019.89

1. Approx. 170 LF of 12-inch DI Water Pipe & 80 LF of 16-inch PVC Water Pipe

Fischer Road Phase II: IH 35 South to Somerset Road

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 8: Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of a Resolution to pursue condemnation of a 0.132 acre Right-of-Way acquisition, utilizing the professional services of Ross Molina Oliveros, P.C. (condemnation attorney) under the same terms and conditions as Bexar County for the Talley Road Phase I Project. Background: On October 27, 2017 the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority Board of Directors approved the purchase of Right-of-Way in a total amount not-to-exceed $750,000 for approximately 35 parcels for the Talley Road Phase I Project (the Project). This item would authorize the use of the power of eminent domain and approve a Resolution declaring the public use and necessity for the acquisition in Fee Simple of a 0.132 acre tract of land being out of Lots 5 and 6, Block 7 of Hilltop Acres, Unit Two, recorded in Volume 4400, Pages 66-67 of the Deed and Plat Records of Bexar County, Texas, conveyed to Gloria A. Sanchez, described by instrument recorded in Volume 9047, Pages 531-532 of the Official Public Records of Bexar County, Texas and being more particularly described by metes and bounds in Exhibit “A” attached hereto and incorporated herein. The Project will reconstruct Talley Road from the existing two lane rural roadway to a four lane urban section with a center turn lane and required drainage improvements from Potranco Road to Wiseman Boulevard. The reconstruction of Talley Road will add additional capacity to relieve traffic congestion and accommodate current and projected traffic volumes to resolve threats to the health and safety of the public. This item would also authorize the use of the professional services of Ross Molina Oliveros, P.C. as the condemnation attorney under the same terms and conditions as Bexar County for the Project. Recommended Motion: Approval of a Resolution to pursue condemnation of a 0.132 acre Right-of-Way acquisition, utilizing the professional services of Ross Molina Oliveros, P.C. under the same terms and conditions as Bexar County for the Talley Road Phase I Project.

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☒Yes ☐ No ☐ Revenue ☒ Expense ☒ Project ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________ Capital Budget – VRF Projects (Debt) $20,000 $13,500,000

Coordinated by: Verified by:

Chris Trevino John Bownds

Comments: Talley Road Phase I is a budgeted project within the FY 2017-18 Capital Budget in the amount of $13,500,000. $1,000,000 was budgeted for Right-of-Way specifically. This $20,000 expense will be included in the not-to-exceed amount of $750,000 for purchase of Right-of-Way that was approved by the Board on October 26, 2017. This project is funded by bond proceeds from the Vehicle Registration Fee Revenue Bonds, Series 2016.

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EXHIBIT "A"

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DRAFT GENERAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION NO. 18-03 WHEREAS, the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (“Alamo RMA”) was created pursuant to the request of Bexar County and in accordance with provisions of the Transportation Code and the petition and approval process established in 43 Tex. Admin. Code § 26.1, et. seq. (the “RMA Rules”); and WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Alamo RMA has been constituted in accordance with the Transportation Code and the RMA Rules; and WHEREAS, the Alamo RMA is currently pursuing the development of the Talley Road Phase I Project (the “Project”) with the limits from Potranco Road to Wiseman Boulevard; and WHEREAS, Section 370.163, Transportation Code grants the Alamo RMA the power to acquire an interest in real property that the Alamo RMA determines is necessary or convenient for the construction, reconstruction, maintenance, widening, straightening or extension of a transportation project; and WHEREAS, on October 26, 2017, the Alamo RMA Board of Directors determined through Board action that the acquisition of right-of-way parcels by the Alamo RMA is necessary or convenient for the public purpose of construction, operation, and maintenance of the Project and authorized the Executive Director of the Alamo RMA to commence negotiations with property owners to attempt to reach agreement regarding the terms and price for the acquisition of such right-of-way parcels; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 21, Texas Property Code, the Alamo RMA, through its consultants and agents, has presented a bona fide offer to the landowners to purchase the right-of-way parcel described in Attachment “A” (the “Subject Parcel”) to be used in connection with the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Project; and WHEREAS, the Executive Director recommends that, if the owners of the Subject Parcel reject the bona fide offer or if the owners fail to respond to the bona fide offer within the time period set forth in Section 21.0113 of the Texas Property Code, then the Alamo RMA proceed to acquire the Subject Parcel through eminent domain. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Directors of the Alamo RMA hereby authorizes that, if the owners of the Subject Parcel reject the bona fide offer or if the owners fail to respond to the bona fide offer within the time period set forth in Section 21.0113 of the Texas Property Code, then the Alamo RMA proceed to acquire the Subject Parcel through eminent domain.

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Executive Director is hereby authorized to take any and all steps necessary to initiate and prosecute said eminent domain proceedings on behalf of the Alamo RMA, including but not limited to, authorizing the actions of consultants, appraisers, engineers, legal counsel, and any other persons deemed necessary to acquire the Subject Parcel for the public purpose of construcing the Project through eminent domain. Adopted by the Board of Directors of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority on the 18th day of July, 2018.

Submitted and reviewed by:

Approved:

____________________________ David Smith Executive Director Alamo Regional Mobility Authority

____________________________ Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman, Board of Directors Resolution Number 18-03 Date Passed 07/18/18

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 9: Discussion regarding an upcoming Public Involvement and Marketing Services Request for Qualifications. Background: On May 16, 2018 the Board of Directors directed staff to prepare a Request for Qualifications for Public Involvement and Marketing Services. Staff will present the proposed Scope of Services to be included in the Request for Qualifications. Recommended Motion: Discussion regarding the Request for Qualifications for Public Involvement and Marketing Services.

David L. Smith Executive Director

 

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☐Yes ☐ Revenue ☐ Project N/A N/A N/A

Coordinated by: Verified by:

N/A N/A

☒ No ☐ Expense ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________

Comments: There is no fiscal impact associated with this item.

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 10: Discussion regarding the July 27, 2018 Groundbreaking Event for Fischer Road Phase II. Background: Staff will present information regarding the upcoming July 27, 2018 Fischer Road Phase II Groundbreaking Event. Recommended Motion: There is no action required of the Board on this item.

Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director

 

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2 Fiscal Assessment Applicable: Type: Category: Funding Source: Dollar Amount Associated with Item: Current Budget Amount :

☐Yes ☐ Revenue ☐ Project N/A N/A N/A

Coordinated by: Verified by:

N/A N/A

☒ No ☐ Expense ☐ Indirect ☐ Other: _______________

Comments: There is no fiscal impact associated with this item.

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 11: Citizens’ Communications. Citizens must sign the register to speak. Individuals may sign up to speak on any item on the agenda. Individuals interested in speaking must sign up to speak prior to the item being placed in consideration before the Board of Directors. Speakers are allotted no more than three (3) minutes to speak and time is not transferable between the speakers. Any comments, which do not address a specific agenda item, must be made during the Citizens’ Communications portion of the agenda, provided the individual has signed up to speak prior to this period starting.

Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director

 

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Board Memorandum Board of Directors Michael Lynd, Jr. Chairman David Starr Secretary/Treasurer Ramiro Cavazos Director Lou Miller Director John T. Montford Director Bobby Perez Director Walter Serna, Jr. Director David L. Smith Executive Director 

 

To: From: Copies: Date:

Board of Directors David Smith, Executive Director File Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Agenda Item 12: Executive Session – Pursuant to Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Texas Government Code. At any time during the meeting of the Alamo RMA Board of Directors, the Board may meet in executive session pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, for purposes of the following: A. Section 551.071. Consultation with Attorney - Consultation with, and advice from legal counsel concerning pending/ contemplated litigation, settlement offers and negotiations, ongoing disputes and potential disputes, legal issues associated with any item on this agenda, and other legal matters. B. Section 551.072. Deliberation Regarding Real Property - Discussion of real property purchase, exchange, lease, license, gift, donation, and/or negotiated settlement, including property to be acquired for right-of-way. C. Section 551.074. Personnel Matters - Deliberation concerning the appointment, employment, reassignment, evaluation, duties, discipline, and/or dismissal of personnel.

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Alamo Regional Mobility Authority Board of Directors Agenda meeting packet for July 18, 2018  
Alamo Regional Mobility Authority Board of Directors Agenda meeting packet for July 18, 2018  
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