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MIN 10.26.1988 CC-SOF GIEORGETOWN� TEXAS P4 Oe BOX 409 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 78626 October 2 ; , 1.988 The City Junci l of the City of Georgetown, etrow Texas met i3°2 a Public Hearing on he above 7, date at 6.30 z a with $.. Mayor Kennedy p3_°eesJs_diar3.,P, c he foil inn. members of. Council ando$icials were e esent: present: oun ilme-mbers rce_ E.;ounci] yi*3sSeaA, gecreiary Doak T1nsF �iaa Y.,.?n 5 Y�llo�s: Mike c--Raseek, va Acting Luther LiaLCKch City yCfCrr, and'... and Barbara Ha�leiG�.� district. Pearce; CA iy o p and City Attlorn'ey, Diane Callande.r. 880384 Public Hearing ;1..`s' Pi`i-'sentf anC.?s s :is�,�.s`in&,,°,'le i' e-imber District Voting lees /Diane Callander A �`erb t i tar .script; of this hef�rin will. be ' le °.� 1-h' s set; of minutes and also' + the Justice Department submission. SPECIAL MEETING - IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING PUBLIC HEARING 880385 Consideration, of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Selecting Plan for Single Member z tricot /FIRST READING/ Diane Callander Mot.ion by Counollme ber Brashear and Secondy Councilme mer Pearce to approve hilts Ordinance on First, Reading. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECONDPEARCE MOTTON CARRIED: 3 FOR 2 AGAINST (FLING AND LAUBACH) AN ORDINANCE PTDING FOR THE SELECTION OF PLAN NUMBE_ ONE FOR, THE CITY OFORG �_O��,N� lNGL MEMBER; DISTRICT ® WHEREAS, on Ma.y 7, 1988, the citizens o the City of Geor.aetown, Texas, t provide for a5 z..nt1:1 three voted to 'member amend the district City t Charter n election process, WHEREAS, in -response have. to th Of the three plans for the eXperienc.ed.n E.;ounci] u distr.icting Y.,.?n asoptions J., 2, and'... ember district. have �. va M p_� fora inspection and copying from Council.; e v tjer� , the Ci t y Council employed attorneys matters to prepare single the selection by the City WHEREAS, he attorneys have. pre -pared three plans for the E.;ounci] u Mr0.ixl, approval, Y.,.?n asoptions J., 2, and'... and -these plans have been va LiGble forpublic inspection and copying from ge tF-;Jer 14th to the date hereof, 'WHEREAS, notices were �.;�ubl i. she in -the locnewspcape Cinviting tare cw ,tt i. t _ c :e r r to s ° dam, ��owimen-Ls on the proposed plans; WHEREAS, v �� is City s. $ i..� l d ih 4.i l ..i.. c hearings . o n October 6, 1988, ighway Amen � e£ L , � r the Ke neayr E., o receive comments and suggestions from the public regarding the three option plans or any submitted plans by the public., �h� � J �_ j'F ,l S minor i'�_.� f.3. F� 5�,.� ss have �.d 9.; Q�.w' -:n incorporated X. n f.., V G. i, i e pians `v °..% .�"�. , , . 0.e5{q �p-°ese �t votingprecinct lines a.S d other voting .aya�_�c-ctr^����m rtC4- 11 WH .F.J. AS; prior to a selection of a p.zc°�.,n for f.i.a'�S� --reading, the Council provided another opportunilty for a public he r°in.cr, held on € .« e 1988, S%.ze,ns to respond o hselectiono f. the plans and for he Council -to iiscA:zy WHEREAS, ? ter review o� , � � �.��� laps, consi �e�x� ipuil prow a_ded by the pulblic, the Council l `rods that Option Plan No. O ne best serves the City of Georgetown as a. single member district Plan; NOW TYNE QEF ORE , BE IT ORDAINED BY HE C 1 s1Y OF GEORGETOWNs TEXAS, SECTION I. lhe Council finds that the recitals set forth above are true and Correct n are incorporated herein ver at i if fully se. forth. at length. SECTION I.i. 'hat Option Playa No. Onenor hereby approved as the single member ber dist-riot plan or the City of Georgetown, Texas a33€ Is attached, hereto. SECTION IIIs C £ids. [, the City At"torney'` re'f tat this plan to the Justice Department for approval. �.980386 4,.3t F_ti.BMk.d.4r.J;'erat .&_JFS_ of and Possible Ax.✓' on on a Resolution Supporting ? t tut November nal gamen e t 8th General ll ec.`t N . 1 ion , the M y or ighway Amen � e£ L , � r the Ke neayr Mo -tion bv z,ounc� 'e le be r McMaster an(J, Second. by Counci lmember Bras?,t' ,.d' to approve Resolution No. 8 038 ,�i8 SECOND. BRASHEA.R sT LL _ v CARRIED: U i' [OT U 10/26/88 c (? 2 . mile) page 2 of 4 RESOLUTION N04 880386A WHEREAS, Texas when motor-ists pay a, federal fuel tax of 9 cents a gallon In4mc� such. k �� s ec�.era1. ia� av ,Lr°us" ur��, BYTi�� Fit �S le.gp t. -he lative1.r Federal , Ar_d mandated ligh ra to be apportioned Program; arid., to states for useou WHEREAS, Texas receives approximately $800 million a year from the Federal Hi.Lsh av T -trust and b and, 4i�YHE EA. srnc.`e 1917 when vL3. `..e federal- + .L U.k. Y. iA :J account i 50-60% of such. Via SY. A%, 2f r construction by federal lawa, n Te .ab , and, of the federal highway funds would (i) be inr- l sucaCessful their construction � �a o r c oricept �.e t that and WHEREAS, srnc.`e 1917 when federal -cgtr>�aa:v funds first received became a.��� _ _t_ t,w_s .a states, red iqq f•J�E�'s�."�%%ent- Texas has used 00% of such. Luisa. exclusively for highway purposes as mandated by federal lawa, and, and, dli erasion of the federal highway funds WHEREAS, federal eceritl flighway funds are received by the state a. red iqq f•J�E�'s�."�%%ent- for the expenditure of�*~constitutionally o general dedicated state highway a.. user .se� taxes; the and, dli erasion of the federal highway WHEREAS,%.t eceritl been suggested that federal highway purposes b to the state 1983 genera Lunds received by #.,tie Stale Texas hereby of Texas as reimbu se€feat be diverted o general revenueg r o e s; and, the WHEREAS, dli erasion of the federal highway funds would (i) be inr- l sucaCessful their construction � �a o r c oricept �.e t that and e these maintenance; bl ic` �$r s , who use highways and, a ( des ro y should -� �%e pay for WHEREAS, `era voters can stop this potential. attempt at c r° � voting for constitution of to .era.1Al a proposed on the :s <X GOOD ROADS allot in tunas to unrelated. AMENDMENT the November purposes b to the state 1983 genera election; an Texas hereby ad -opts WHEREAS, t i proposed constitutional amendment will appear on tare ballots "the c o.nst,i tutiona .. amendment and/or clarification providing that fe .era reg: -m -burse ent of state highway dedicated funds are em elve dedicated for the purpose of acquiring r� hts-of- a,v ani cons �:.ri.€c: � ::�,%.g � = nt.a,� nin , ars a. t ci pub' ic. roadways." NOW TIEREFORE, BE I -T RESOLVED BY THE CITY COU)nICI.T., OF THE CITV OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS tha` Seetion 1 A "Phe Citv Council of the City of George -town, Texas hereby ad -opts the reeitals set forth above as true arrd c or r e t and the say e ar=e inc or orate ve b atI herein a tf f ul —Ly set forth at. length. 1u/'6188 %.Csf., O T 6*e rr%; page 3 of 4 TIME. Section . The City Cou moll of the City 1)efore of Georgetown, Texas hereby Kennedy supports the proposed constitutional amendment- ded-li-cating federal high -way funds received by the State of Texas exclusively 'he intended purpose of support. improving Texas highways. amendment. and to Section 3. .€; City Council 1)efore of the Cl. y of ry of the.a_t,--y of Georgetown Kennedy urges all Texas voters to join in and, support. the proposed amendment. and to assist in ea.uc-ng-n he public u?�.rl i c �� o the c l y_t :al mpo�r ,a ce of �� 3�"', S vote f o i' the GOOD �. D 3.' OAD S i DM?.'.`x N AMENDMENT o n November 8th. 'here being no further business to come 1)efore of the Cl. y of ry Georgetown, Texas, Mayor Kennedy f o 15 PtMe 'I1¢' a f APPROVED. a TIM KENNEDY, Mayo DATE APPROVED BY CTTY C t; U CHa 0/26 icer OC 26.min) pale of 4 the City Counc:'.l adjourried. the