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MIN 02.27.1990 CC-RCITY COUNCIL CITY OF GEORGETOWN P. O® BOX 409 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 78627 -0409 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1990 The City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, net in a Regular Meeting on the above date at 7:00 p.m. with Mayor Tim Kennedy presiding. The following members of the Council and officials were present: Councilmembers Ercel Brashear, Doak Fling, Barbara Peace, Joe Saegert, Shorty Valdez and Winfred Bonner; Deputy City Secretary, Leslie Barone; Director of Community Services, Hartley Sappington, Director of Public Utilities, Jim Briggs; Director of Finance and Administration, Glenn Reynolds; Chief of Police, Hugh Anderson. Councilmember Mike McMaster and City Manager Bob Hart were absent. REGULAR MEETING - 7000 P.M. CONSENT AGENDA* 900093 Approval of Meeting Minutes - Regular Meeting 02/13/90 and Special Meetings 02/15/90 and 02/20/90 /Leslie Barone Minutes approved for inclusion in official City records. 900094 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing Participation with the Association of Wholesale Customers in the Upcoming LCRA Rate Case /Glenn Reynolds Approved Resolution No. 900094 RESOLUTION NO. 900094 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PARTICIPATION OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN IN THE ASSOCIATION OF WHOLESALE CUSTOMERS OF THE LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY INTERVENTION IN THE 1990 LCRA RATE CASE 900095 Award of Bid for 2nd and Rock Street Drainage Project to Low Bidder, Woodward Construction Company /Jim Briggs This item was pulled, by Councilmember Brashear, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda. City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 1 of 14 900096 Consideration of and Possible Action on Change Order ,#1 for the 2nd and Rock Street Drainage Project /Jim Briggs This item was pulled, by Councilmember Brashear, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda. 900097 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing Participation in Drug Task Force /Hugh Anderson Approved Resolution No. 900097 RESOLUTION NO. 900097 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO SIGN AND EXECUTE AN INTERLOCAL ASSISTANCE AGREEMENT MAKING THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN A PARTY TO THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY NARCOTICS TASK FORCE. 900098 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution and Funding Agreement by Tourism Board for May Fair 1990 /Liz Taylor and Alan Battersby Approved Resolution No. 900098 RESOLUTION NO. 900098 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TO ENTER INTO A FUNDING AGREEMENT WITH THE GEORGETOWN SPECIAL EVENTS ASSOCIATION, BY AND THROUGH ITS REPRESENTATIVE, DELANA LANDS, FOR THE PROMOTION AND ADVERTISING OF THE MAYFAIR EVENT; COMMITTING TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000) FOR FUNDING FROM THE CITY'S TOURISM DEVELOPMENT BUDGET; PROVIDING FOR REFUND OF ALL OF THOSE FUNDS SETTING A SPECIFIC TIME PERIOD FOR USE; AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT UPON APPROVAL BY THE CITY ATTORNEY. 900099 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution and Funding Agreement by Tourism Board for Fly -In and Static Display AirShow 1990 /Liz Taylor and Alan Battersby Approved Resolution No. 900099 RESOLUTION NO. 900099 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TO ENTER INTO A FUNDING AGREEMENT WITH THE FIXED BASE OPERATORS, BY AND THROUGH THEIR REPRESENTATIVE, BETH ANN JENKINS, FOR THE PROMOTION AND ADVERTISING OF THE FLY - IN AND STATIC AIRSHOW EVENT; COMMITTING SEVEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($7,900) FOR FUNDING FROM THE City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 2 of 14 CITY'S TOURISM DEVELOPMENT BUDGET; PROVIDING FOR REFUND OF SOME OF THOSE FUNDS SETTING A SPECIFIC TIME PERIOD FOR USE; AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT UPON APPROVAL BY THE CITY ATTORNEY. 900100 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Execute an Agreement with the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) for Institution of a Commercial Lighting Rebate Program with Payment of Full Rebates to the City's Customers /Glenn Reynolds Approved Resolution No. 900100 RESOLUTION NO. 900100 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY (LCRA) FOR INSTITUTION OF A COMMERCIAL LIGHTING REBATE PROGRAM; AUTHORIZING THE PAYMENT OF FULL REBATES TO THE CITY'S CUSTOMERS AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE SAME AND THE CITY SECRETARY TO ATTEST THERETO. Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve the Items on the Consent Agenda, with the Exception of Agenda Item Nos. 900095 and 900096 as pulled by Councilmember Brashear. MOTION: FLING SECOND. SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED° UNANIMOUS REGULAR AGENDA: 900095 Award of Bid for 2nd and Rock Street Drainage Project to Low Bidder, Woodward Construction Company /Jim Briggs Presented by Jim Briggs. Questions asked by Councilmember Brashear relative to the suggestion of down - sizing the pipe in which anticipated stormwater drainage would be carried in order to meet the budgeted amount. DISCUSSION FOLLOWED. Discussion included the evaluation of original bid figures vs. proposed down- sizing figures (with possible problems considered if a smaller size pipe is used). Resolution to be amended during reading to include this increase of expenditure to be from Council Contingency. Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second. by Councilmember Pearce to approve Resolution No. 900095 as Read. City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 3 of 14 MOTION@ BRASHEAR SECOND: PEARCE MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS RESOLUTION NO. 900095 A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS AND WOODARD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, AUTHORIZING AWARD OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT RELATED TO THE ROCK STREET DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT, AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE SAME. 900096 Consideration of and Possible Action on Change Order #1 for the 2nd and Rock Street Drainage Project /Jim Briggs No Action taken by the Council on this Agenda Item. 900101 Citizens Wishing to Address the Council Jim Gunn, Superintendent of Georgetown Independent School District, extended an invitation to the Council and Mayor to join other dignitaries on Eagle Field for a POPS rally, March 15, 1990 at 6:30 p.m. Thanked the Council for their cooperation and stated that G.I.S.D. enjoys an excellent working relationship with the City. Jan Benton will address the Council preceding Item No. 900111. 900102 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Acknowledging and Expressing Appreciation for Citizen Assistance with the Red Poppy Planting Project /Glenn Reynolds Mayor Kennedy expressed appreciation to all staff and citizens for their dedication and efforts involved in this project. Stated that efforts were in progress to designate Georgetown officially as the Red Poppy Capitol of Texas. Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second by Councilmember Brashear to Approve Resolution No. 900102 as Read. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND. BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS RESOLUTION NO. 900102 A RESOLUTION ACKNOWLEDGING AND EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO THE CITIZENS AND FRIENDS OF GEORGETOWN FOR THEIR UNSELFISH GIVING OF TIME, EFFORT, MONEY AND MATERIALS TO THE SPRING, 1990, RED POPPY PLANTING PROJECT. City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 4 of 14 900103 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Granting a Franchise to Texas Utilities Electric Company /FIRST READING /Bob Hart Present by Jim Briggs. Motion made by Councilmember Valdez and Second by Councilmember Fling to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION. VALDEZ SECOND. FLING MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO TEXAS UTILITIES ELECTRIC COMPANY, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, AN ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER FRANCHISE AND REPEALING ALL PREVIOUS ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, GRANTING A FRANCHISE FOR SUCH PURPOSE. 900104 Receive Comments on the Public Hearing for the Dove Springs Discharge Permit /Jim Briggs This item will be deferred until a later date. 900105 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Establishing Speed and School Zones /Hugh Anderson Presented by Hugh Anderson. Amends existing Ordinances now in place and adapts it to certain conditions in and around our schools and other streets in the community. Changes to existing Ordinance explained. Request by the Council that a copy of this Ordinance be given to Georgetown Independent School District for review prior to Second Reading. Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION. BRASHEAR SECOND, BONNER MOTION CARRIED; UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 22 -29, "CITY STREETS ".OF ARTICLE II, "SPEED LIMITS ", CHAPTER 22 OF THE GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES; ZONING FOR TRAFFIC AND RATE OF SPEED THEREIN; DIRECTING THE CITY MANAGER TO ERECT APPROPRIATE City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 5 of 14 SIGNS INDICATING SUCH ZONES; PROVIDING A PENALTY CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE, PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900106 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Ordering an Election for Councilmembers in District 2, 6 and 7 and Mayor of the City of Georgetown/ Leslie Barone Presented by Leslie Barone. Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second by Councilmember Saegert to Approve Resolution No. 900106 as Read. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND: SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS RESOLUTION NO. 900106 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR A GENERAL ELECTION IN GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TO BE HELD ON MAY 51 1990. 900107 Consideration of and Possible Action on Suspension of Ordinance on Carnivals, Circuses and Other Exhibitions, Chapter 16, Article 6, of the City of Georgetown Code for Carnival to be held 05 -22 -90 to 05- 27 -90/ Paulette Gallagher This item will be deferred until the next meeting. 900108 Approval of a Variance from Plat Notes for Creekside, Lot 4 /Ed Barry and John Warden Presented by John Warden. Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second by Councilmember Brashear to Approve a Variance Request from Plat Notes for Creekside, Lot 4, in accordance with Planning and Zoning. MOTION. FLING SECOND. BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED; UNANIMOUS 900109 Approval of a Short Form Plat and Variances for Venture One /Ed Barry and John Warden Presented by John Warden. Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second by Councilmember Brashear to Approve a Short Form Plat for Venture One, as recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission. City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 6 of 14 MOTION: PEARCE SECOND: BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED° UNANIMOUS 900110 Approval of a Short Form Plat and Partial Plat Vacation for Oak Crest Estates, Unit 1, Blk 1, Lot 12A /Ed Barry and John Warden NOTE FOR THE RECORD: Councilmember Brashear has filed a Conflict of Interest Affidavit. Presented by John Warden. Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve a Short Form Plat for Oak Crest Estates, Unit 1, Blk 1, Lot 12A. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND. VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED. 5 FOR 1 ABSTENTION (BRASHEAR) 900111 Approval of a Short Form Plat and Variance for Air Country Estates, Sec. III. /Ed Barry and John Warden Presented by John Warden. Overview given by Karen Gilbert as to the background of the Planning and Zoning recommendation. DISCUSSION FOLLOWED. Jann Benton, representing the land owner, addressed the Council with information explaining the reason that the owner was making this request. Conveyance Plat discussed, positive and negative aspects. Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to send this Item back to Planning and Zoning for further review and discussion with staff, particularly in regard to the exempting of the subdivision from providing the required water system improvements with these concerns being communicated to the Planning and Zoning Commission. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND. BONNER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900112 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Adopting the Development Plan as the Land Intensity, Transportation, and Utilities Functional Plan Elements of the Century Plan /Ed Barry and Hildy Kingma Presented by Hildy Kingma. Working Group presentation given on January 23, 1990, gave detailed information regarding this item. City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 7 of 14 Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND. VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN AS THE LAND INTENSITY, TRANSPORTATION, AND UTILITIES FUNCTIONAL PLAN ELEMENTS OF THE CENTURY PLAN PURSUANT TO SECTION 1.08 OF THE CITY CHARTER; DEFINING THE FORCE AND EFFECT THEREOF; AMENDING CHAPTER 19 1/2 "COMPREHENSIVE PLAN" OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN; AMENDING APPENDIX C, 1PGEORGETOWN CENTURY PLAN" OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900113 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 7 "CemeteriesB1 of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING /Leslie Barone Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve Ordinance No. 900113 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION: FLING SECOND: PEARCE MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900113 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. 900114 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 23 "Utilities and Services" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING /Glenn Reynolds ' Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve Ordinance No. 900114, as Read on Second Reading. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND: SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 8 of 14 ORDINANCE NO. 900114 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 23, "UTILITIES AND SERVICES" 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. 900115 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 16 "Occupational Licenses, Taxes and Regulations" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING /Glenn Reynolds Motion made by Councilmember Valdez and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to Approve Ordinance No. 900115 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION° VALDEZ SECOND. BONNER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900115 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. 900116 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 10 P1Finance" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING /Glenn Reynolds Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve Ordinance No. 900116 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND. PEARCE MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900116 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 City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 9 of 14 OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE DEPARTMENT! PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900117 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" /SECOND READING /Leslie Barone Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve Ordinance No. 900117 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION; PEARCE SECOND." VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900117 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 17, SUBSECTION (a) OF 17- 6.1, "SAME- PERMIT REQUIRED; EXCEPTION" AND SUBSECTION (a) OF 17 -6.31 "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. 900118 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Section 6 -19.1, Chapter 6 "Dangerous BuildingP4, Article I. "In General" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING /Leslie Barone Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve Ordinance No. 900118 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND. SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900118 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 6 -1901, CHAPTER 6 "DANGEROUS BUILDING1°, 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. City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 10 of 14 900119 Consideration of Amending Chapter Georgetown Code Barone and Possible Action 2 "Administration"" of Ordinances/SECOND on an Ordinance of the City of READING /Leslie Motion made by Councilmember Bonner and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve Ordinance No. 900119 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION* SECOND* MOTION BONNER VALDEZ CARRIED* UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE 900119 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, "ADMINISTRATION " 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. 900120 Consideration of and Amending Section 1 -6 Violations" of Chapter of Georgetown Code of Barone Possible Action on an Ordinance "General Penalty; Continuing 1 "General Provisions" of the City Ordinances /SECOND READING /Leslie Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve Ordinance No. 900120 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION* FLING SECOND* SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED* UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900120 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1 -6, "GENERAL PENALTYP CONTINUING VIOLATIONS "I OF CHAPTER it "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. 900121 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 Minors Solvents Enumerated ", 17 -14 "Same -Sales Register ". 17 -15 "Same- Exceptions", and 17 -16 "Same- City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 11 of 14 Intentional Inhalation" of Chapter 17 "Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING /Leslie Barone Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to Approve Ordinance No. 900121 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND: BONNER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900121 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTIONS 17 -4 "LOITERING AT NIGHT UNDER SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES ", 17 -13 tPMODEL 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. 900122 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/ SECOND READING /Hartley Sappington Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Councilmember Valdez to Approve Ordinance Read on Second Reading. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND. VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900122 Second made by No. 900122 as 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. 900123 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 /SECOND READING /Hartley Sappington City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 12 of 14 Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Fling to Approve Ordinance No. 900123 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND; FLING MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900123 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. 900124 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 9 "Court and Criminal Procedures" in the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING/ Hartley Sappington Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to Approve Ordinance No. 900124 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION. BRASHEAR SECOND. BONNER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900124 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. 900125 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 3 "Advertising" in the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING /Hartley Sappington Motion made by Councilmember Bonner and Second made by Councilmember Fling to Approve Ordinance No. 900125 as Read on Second Reading. MOTION. SECOND. MOTION BONNER FLING CARRIED. UNANIMOUS City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 13 of 14 900126 900127 900128 ATTEST: ORDINANCE NO. 900125 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. Discussion Relating to the Williamson County Appraisal District's Facilities /Glen Reynolds Glenn Reynolds presented this Item. Council discussion followed. There were no negative responses to situation proposed. Mayor, Council and City Manager Comments and Reports Councilmember Valdez complimented the Finance Department on the job that they had done in completing the counts for customer refunds. Councilmember Brashear reminded the Council that the Extension Homemakers will be having a luncheon meeting on March 7th to show off the improvements made to the Community Center. He also questioned the State Revolving Loan Fund as a source of funds for the Dove Springs Plan and would like to review figures which show the difference between borrowing this money from the State (total cost analysis) vs. taking the money from the Reserve Fund. Councilmember Saegert comments were addressed to the City Manager and staff, complimenting the City Manager's efforts and staff efforts for taking the extra step to assist and aid citizens. Adjournment There being no other business to come before the Council at this time, Mayor Tim Kennedy adjourned the meeting. TIME. 8:37 P.M. APPROVED: ty Secretary City Council Meeting Minutes 02/27/90 Page 14 of 14