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MIN 02.13.1990 CC-SCITY COUNCIL CITY OF GEORGETOWN P. O. BOX 409 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 78627 -0409 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1990 The City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, met in a Special Meeting on the above date at 7e00 p.m. with Mayor Tim Kennedy presiding. The following members of the Council and officials were present: Councilmembers Ercel Brashear, Doak Fling, Mike McMaster, Barbara Pearce, Joe Saegert and Shorty Valdez; City Manager, Bob Hart; City Attorney, Diane Callander; Deputy City Secretary, Leslie Barone, Director of Community Services, Hartley Sappington; Director of Public Utilities, Jim Briggs, Director of Finance and Administration, Glenn Reynolds, Director of Development and Planning, Ed Barry, Fire Chief, Les Bunte; Chief of Police, Hugh Anderson. Councilmember Winfred Bonner was absent. PUBLIC HEARING - 7:00 P.M. 900056 Public Hearing on Adoption of Century Plan - Development of Intensity Plan /Ed Barry Presented by Ed Barry. There being no comments from citizens at this time, the Public Hearing was closed. REGULAR MEETING 900057 Recognition of Outgoing Committee /Board /Commission Members /Mayor Kennedy Certificates of recognition were presented honoring individuals who have spent many hours of dedicated service on City Boards, Committees and Commission in a volunteer manner. The individuals honored with these certificates include the following. Don Hennings, Claire Jackson, Fran Jackson, W. T. Johnston, Pat Crowley, Jeanne Mosier, Rex Titsworth, Stanley Bland, Clare Mashburn, Dr. JoAnn Ford, Marjorie Johnson, Rawleigh Elliott, Dorian Sullivan, Winfred Bonner, Rex Hawes, Linda Morrow, Henry Valdez, Sharon McCarty, Kathleen Donaho, John Kuhn, John Roth. Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 1 of 16 CONSENT AGENDA. 900058 Approval of Meeting Minutes - Regular Meeting 01/23/90 and Special Meeting 01/30/90 Minutes approved for inclusion in official City records. 900059 Consideration of Authorizing the Applications from Criminal Justice Anderson and Possible Action on a Resolution Mayor to Execute Submittal of Grant the Division of Police Services to the Division of the Governor's Office /Hugh This item was pulled, by Councilmember Brashear, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda. 900060 Award of #00343 to Approval Project ## Texas, fo Bid for Sewer System Rehabilitation Project Low Bidder, ALLCO, Inc. /Jim Briggs to Award Bid for Sewer System Rehabilitation 00343 to Low Bidder, ALLCO, Inc. of Beaumont, r a low bid amount of $258,597.00. 900061 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Execute a Contract of Professional Services for North 81 /Industrial Park Water Line to Steger and Bizzell Engineers (Curve A- Professional Services /Jim Briggs Approved Resolution No. 900061 RESOLUTION NO. 900061 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ENGINEERING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AND STEGER AND BIZZELL, INC., AUTHORIZING ENGINEERING/ CONSULTING SERVICES RELATED TO THE NORTH 81- INDUSTRIAL PARK WATER LINE EXTENSION, AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE SAME. 900062 Award of Bid for Removal of Underground Fuel Storage Tanks to Low Bidder, Pat's Pump /Glenn Reynolds and Terry Jones This item was pulled, by Councilmember Saegert, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda. 900063 Award of Bid for Mobile and Hand -Held Communications Equipment to Only Responding Bidder, Motorola, Inc. /Hugh Anderson This item was pulled, by Councilmember Brashear, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda. Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 2 of 16 900064 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Execute an Airport Lease Assignment from Serenada Tennis, Inc. to First Texas Development Corporation /Hartley Sappington and Travis McLain NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXASo SECTION I. All the facts recited in the preamble to this Resolution are hereby found by the Council to be true and correct and are incorporated by reference herein and expressly made a part hereof, as if copied herein verbatim. SECTION II. That the Council hereby approves the Assignment of this Lease to First Texas Development Corporation in the form attached hereto as Exhibit "A ". SECTION III. That the Council authorizes the Mayor to execute said Assignment, and the City Secretary to attest. Motion made by Councilmember Va Agenda, with the 900063 as pulls Item No. 900062 Councilmember Fling and Second by Val to Approve the Items on the Consent exception of Agenda Item Nos. 900059 and d by Councilmember Brashear and Agenda as pulled by Councilmember Saegert. 900059 Consideration of Authorizing the Applications from Criminal Justice Anderson WIFTAX.VoTurew. and Possible Action on a Resolution Mayor to Execute Submittal of Grant the Division of Police Services to the Division of the Governor's Office /Hugh Presented by Hugh Anderson. Questions regarding the cost to the City for these individuals at the end of the five year grant period. Estimated time frame for receiving a response on these grants and the probability of receiving these grants. Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 3 of 16 Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second by Councilmember Pearce to Approve Resolution No. 900059 as Read. MOTION. BRASHEAR SECOND. PEARCE MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 1 1014 MR3 ILIJ a tol Q U•, •011M .. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SUBMITTAL OF APPLICATIONS FOR GRANT FUNDS FROM THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE DIVISION OF THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE, OF THE STATE OF TEXAS, THROUGH THE CAPITAL AREA PLANNING relftl1►�s7r i!!i 900062 Award of Bid for Removal of Underground Fuel Storage Tanks to Low Bidder, Pat's Pump /Glenn Reynolds and Terry Jones Presented by Terry Jones. Questions regarding the funding source for this project and expense for cost of additional soil sample testing, excavation and hauling in the event soil contamination is discovered were answered. Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Saegert for approval to award bid for removal of two (2) underground fuel storage tanks to low bidder, Pat's Pump Service, in the amount of $3,700.00 with an additional contingency amount of $2,000.00 in the event that soil contamination is discovered, for a total amount of $5,700.00. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND: SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900063 Award of Bid for Mobile and Hand -Held Communications Equipment to Only Responding Bidder, Motorola, Inc. /Hugh Anderson Presented by Hugh Anderson. Questions asked regarding the possibility of receiving additional competing bids. With the technical capabilities required of this equipment, that was not a probability. Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to award this bid to the only bidder, to respond, Motorola, Inc. in the total amount of $16,482.00. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND. PEARCE MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 4 of 16 900065 Citizens Wishing to Address the Council Walter B. Davies addressed the Council regarding the construction of restrooms at Chautauqua Park. He requested review of this project by the Council and also requested that action be taken to stop this construction. 900066 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Execute a Lease Agreement Between the City of Georgetown and Georgetown Health Care System, Inc. for Land on Which a Rehabilitation Center will be Constructed /Bob Hart Presented by Bob Hart. Changes in this Lease were highlighted by Bob Hart. Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve this Resolution and Lease as Amended as Read. MOTION: SECOND. MOTION PEARC45 VALDEZ s_Xv i. N1 00 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND GEORGETOWN HEALTH CARE SYSTEM. 900067 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Dedication of Rental Revenue from Lease with Georgetown Health Care System to Special Revenue Fund for Parks Improvement /Hartley Sappington Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember McMaster to Approve this Resolution as Read. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND. MCMASTER MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS RESOLUTION NO. 900067 A RESOLUTION DEDICATING THE REVENUE RECEIVED FROM A LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND GEORGETOWN HEALTH CARE SYSTEM TO A SPECIAL REVENUE FUND FOR PARKS IMPROVEMENT. Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 5 of 16 900068 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Execute a Rebate to Electric Utility Customers Account /Glenn Reynolds Presented by Glenn Reynolds. Explanation regarding refund and process in which rebate will be calculated for Utility Customers. Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to Approve Resolution No. 900068 as Read. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND: BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS . i 4 • •iii.: • RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CITY STAFF TO CALCULATE AND POST • CREDIT TO UTILITY CUSTOMERS' ACCOUNTS FOR THE PROCEEDS OF THE REBATE RECEIVED FROM THE LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY FOR DECEMBER, 1989, USAGE. 900069 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Creating an APELL Committee and Authorizing the Mayor to Make Appointments to the Committee /Les Bunte Presented by Les Bunte. Explanation and review of a new program for Emergency Management that was developed by the United Nations. This program, entitled with the acronym "APELL ", is "Awareness and Preparedness for Emergencies at the Local Level ". Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second Councilmember Brashear to Approve Resolution as Read. MOTION. O...r •. i U• iii %4 J�; i • 3\ • 00we made by No. 900069 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE "AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS FOR EMERGENCIES AT THE LOCAL LEVEL" PROGRAM FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, THE CREATION OF A RELATED LOCAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO BE KNOWN AS THE "APELL COMMITTEE ", AND TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO MAKE THE NECESSARY APPOINTMENTS TO THE "APELL COMMITTEE ". Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 6 of 16 900070 Consideration of Appointments of Members to the APELL Committee /Les Bunte Mayor Kennedy's recommendations for these appointments include the following individuals® W.B. Snead, C.R. Turner, Sterling Machell, Jo Beth Barton, Jim Vaclavik, Jennifer Goad, Chris Spence, Dr. Richard Pearce, Dave Skinner, Dan Bryant, Bradford Rehm, Dale Hoffman, Dr. Jim Gunn, Jim Boutwell, Sgt. James Baldwin, George Stephenson, Bill Simpkins, Clark Thurmond, Cliff Brown, Lue Shannon, Ronnie Leps, D.M. "Jack" Purcell, Luther Toungate, Don Wilson, Gary Clark, Lester Vogt. Motion made by Councilmember McMaster and Second made by Councilmember Fling to Approve these Appointments to the APELL Committee. MOTIONe MCMASTER SECOND. FLING MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS 900071 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Approving an Increase in the Rate Schedules and the Service Guidelines for Texas Utilities Electric Company /SECOND READING /Bob Hart Presented by Bob Hart. Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Fling to Approve this Ordinance as Read on Second Reading. MOTION. BRASHEAR SECOND. FLING MOTION CARRIED® UNANIMOUS AN ORDINANCE APPROVING RATE SCHEDULES AND SERVICE REGULATIONS FOR TEXAS UTILITIES ELECTRIC COMPANY, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE THEREFOR, PROVIDING CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH SUCH RATE SCHEDULES AND SERVICE REGULATIONS MAY BE CHANGED, MODIFIED, AMENDED OR WITHDRAWN, FINDING AND DETERMINING THAT THE MEETING AT WHICH THIS ORDINANCE IS PASSED IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AS REQUIRED BY LAW, AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900072 Consideration of and Possible Action Amending Chapter 11 "Fire Protection Article I. "In General ", Article II. and Adding Subsection (c) of Section III. of the City of Georgetown Code of READING /Les Bunte Council Minutes- ®Regular Meeting 02/13/90 on an Ordinance and Prevention ", "Fire Department" 11 -52 of Article Ordinances /FIRST Page 7 of 16 Presented by Les Bunte, Fire Chief. Statements made that this bicycle was for the purpose of updating an outdated Ordinance. This Ordinance was worked on with the assistance of the President of the Volunteer Department and using an Ordinance of the City of Seguin, a similar situation which reflects a combination of paid and volunteer staff Ordinance. This Ordinance was presented to the officers of the Volunteer Department, upon receiving approval from the officers, the Ordinance was passed on to the general membership of the Volunteer Department. This was then presented to the paid staff. This Ordinance primarily represents the existing situation with only a couple exceptions, these changes include the following, (1) the Chief would be appointed by the City Manager instead of being elected by the Volunteer Department, (2) creation of an Advisory Committee which would consist of paid and volunteer staff members to ensure that there would be close coordination and good working relationship between the Volunteer and Paid Departments, and (3) adopting the 1988 Fire Code and amending the blasting regulations. William C. "Wiggie'" Shell addressed the Council with concerns in the "Chain of Command " and retirement benefits for the volunteer firefighters proposed in the new Ordinance. The Municipal Firefighters Association expressed concerns about this Ordinance (although they feel the present Ordinance definitely needs to be updated) and would like to see some continued study done. Concerns include the "Chain of Command" and would like additional paid staff on the Advisory Committee. Present "Chain of Command " was described by another member of the Municipal Firefighters Association. Preference for paid staff to be in supervision was expressed. Richard Fought addressed relating to the "Chain supervising paid staff. the Council with concerns of Command" and volunteers DISCUSSION FOLLOWED. Council discussion included the following topics. A review of expense to the City and levels which would be necessary in order to have a paid staff person available to supervise and also a paid staff person available to operate the equipment. Tommy Green addressed the Council regarding his concern that, by law, there must be a certain number of paid firefighters on the city staff based on the city's size. City Manager, Bob Hart, stated that there was not a State law that requires cities to have a certain number of paid staff. Insurance Key Rate discussed vs. tax increase. Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 8 of 16 Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to Defer this Item Until the Next Meeting. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND. BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED. 5 FOR 1 AGAINST (MCMASTER) Mayor Kennedy recessed the meeting at 8 ®55 for a short break. Mayor Kennedy reconvened the meeting at 9t05 into Regular Session. 900073 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 7 "Cemeteries" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Diane Callander Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made my Councilmember Fling to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND. FLING MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS ;*1:Ull$►te11Iti0M►til� AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 7, "CEMETERIES" OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE CITY, PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900074 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 23 "Utilities and Services" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Glenn Reynolds Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Fling to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND. FLING MOTION CARRIED. mzftllwe i1J i •� &' 0 • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 23, "UTILITIES AND SERVICES" OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS Council Minutes® ®Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 9 of 16 } !; 900075 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 16 "Occupational Licenses, Taxes and Regulations" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Glenn Reynolds Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve this Ordinance as Read on • •. BRASHEAR SECOND, ' MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS [!) 0j all skit_\k1k [4@M17ki AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 16, "OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES, TAXES, AND REGULATIONS" OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND PUBLICATION OF THIS ORDINANCE AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900076 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 10 "Finance" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Glenn Reynolds Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND: VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10, "FINANCE" OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE DEPARTMENT PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Council Minutes - ®Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 10 of 16 900077 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 17 "Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions" Subsections 17 -6.1 "Same- Permit Required, Exceptions" and 17 -6.3 "Same- Issuance; Statement of Terms, Restrictions" /FIRST READING /Diane Callander Motion made by Councilmember McMaster and Second Made by Councilmember Fling to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. r • r • s, 1. r SECOND. ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 17, SUBSECTION (a) OF 17- 6.1 "SAME - PERMIT REQUIRED; EXCEPTION& AND SUBSECTION (a) OF 17 -6.3, "SAME - ISSUANCE; STATEMENT OF TERMS, RESTRICTIONS" OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE CITY➢ PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900078 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Section 6 -19.1, Chapter 6 "Dangerous Building Article I. "In General" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Diane Callander Motion made by Councilmember McMaster and Second made by Councilmember Fling to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION& MCMASTER SECOND. FLING MOTION CARRIED& UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 6 -19.1, CHAPTER 6 "DANGEROUS BUILDING ", ARTICLE I. "IN GENERAL ", OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900079 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 2 "Administration" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Diane Callander Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 11 of 16 Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve this ordinance as Read on Reading. Ai •t -B?YKSHEAR •# • PEAR MOTION CARRIED* UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER • OF CITY OF •' • WN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSEY AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE D. 900080 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Section 1 -6 "General Penalty, Continuing Violations" of Chapter 1 "General Provisions" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances/ FIRST READING /Diane Callander Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember McMaster to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND. MCMASTER MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS Ci7�;�7�i�i,�j[•�a�j�il AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1 -6, "GENERAL PENALTYI CONTINUING VIOLATIONS:, OF CHAPTER if "GENERAL PROVISIONS ®, OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR INCREASING THE AMOUNT OF FINES FOR VIOLATION, ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900081 Consideration of and Possible Amending Chapter 13 "Housing ", Section 13 -4 "Board of Housing Housing Code- Adoptiontt, and Amendments" of the City o Ordinances /FIRST READING /Diane Action on Article I. Section Section f Georget Callander i IN 11111 ikr• •• ' an Ordinance "In General ", 13 -5 "Minimum 13 -6 "Same - own Code of Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 12 of 16 900082 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Repealing Sections 17 -4 "Loitering at Night under Suspicious Circumstances ". 17 -13 "Model Glue- Consent for Sale to Minor, Solvents Enumerated ", 17 -14 "Same -Sales Register ", 17 -15 "Same- Exceptions °1, and 17 -16 "Same - Intentional Inhalation" of Chapter 17 "Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Diane Callander Motion made by Councilmember McMaster and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION: SECOND: VALDEZ MOTION C..i. UNANIMOUS AN ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTIONS 17 -4 "LOITERING AT NIGHT UNDER SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES:, 17 -13 "MODEL GLUE - CONSENT FOR SALE TO MINOR; SOLVENTS ENUMERATED ", 17 -14 "SAME - SALES REGISTER ", 17 -15 "SAME - EXCEPTION ", AND 17 -16 "SAME - INTENTIONAL INHALATION:, OF CHAPTER 17, OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900083 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Repealing Chapter 18 "Personnel ", Sections 18.1 - 18.7 of the City of Georgetown Code or Ordinances /FIRST READING /Hartley Sappington Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND: SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTIONS 18 -1 THROUGH 18 -7 OF CHAPTER 18, "PERSONNEL" OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TO PROVIDE FOR RECODIFICATION PURPOSES; SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 13 of 16 900084 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 12 "Health and Sanitation ", Article I. "In General ", Article II. "Health Department; Board of Health; Director:, and Article III. "Food and Sanitation" in the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Hartley Sappington Motion made by Councilmember McMaster and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION: SECOND: PEARCE MOTION i• "DUNANIMOUS AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, ARTICLE I., "IN GENERAL"; ARTICLE II. "HEALTH DEPARTMENT; BOARD OF HEALTH; DIRECTOR"; AND ARTICLE III., "FOOD AND SANITATION ", OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN BY DELETING PROVISIONS WHICH ARE OBSOLETE; PROVIDING A REPEALING CLAUSE, SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900085 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 9 "Court and Criminal Procedures" in the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Hartley Sappington Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember McMaster to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND: MCMASTER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 9, "COURT AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE' OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE, AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900086 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 3 "Advertising" in the City of Georgetown Code or Ordinances /FIRST READING /Hartley Sappington Council Minutes ® - Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 14 of 16 Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION: SECOND. i MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 3, "ADVERTISING" OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Mayor Kennedy recessed the meeting and Council went into Executive Session at 9 :36 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION: The following item will be considered in Executive Session and is subject to action in the Open Session that follows: 900087E Executive Session Pursuant to Article 6252 -17, Sec. 2(g), Personnel, VACS (Certified Agenda) Mayor Kennedy at 9 :53 p.m. REGULAR AGENDA: reconvened the meeting into Open Session 900088 Consideration of and Possible Action in Accepting the Resignation of the City Attorney /Mayor Kennedy Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Fling to accept the resignation of Diane Callander, City Attorney, effective February 23, 19900 MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND: FLING MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900089 Mayor, Council and City Manager Comments and Reports Councilmember Brashear stated his concern regarding the graffiti situation which has been increasing in the City recently. Would like to consider some type of program to correct /prevent this type of activity® Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 15 of 16 City Manager, Bob Hart, discussed the following topics: BRA meeting with Round Rock and will be trying to schedule a joint meeting between both City Councils, Foreign Trade Zone meeting will be held February 14th, will approve request for proposal; Planning & Zoning /City Council breakfast meeting; Texas Utilities Economic Development Meeting will be held in Dallas; the Century Plan Ordinance will be on the next Council agenda, the Emergency Management Meeting was great and is sure to be very beneficial to the City. 900090 Adjournment There being no other business to come before the Council at this time, Mayor Tim Kennedy adjourned the meeting. TIME 10m05 P.M. ATTEST. Leslie Barone, Deputy City Secretary edy, Mayor Council Minutes -- Regular Meeting 02/13/90 Page 16 of 16