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MIN 03.13.1990 CC-RCITY COUNCIL CITY OF GEORGETOWN P. O. BOX 409 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 78627 -0409 The City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, met in a Regular Meeting on the above date beginning at 6 :00 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, Shorty Valdez and Winfred Bonner, City Manager, Bob Hart, Deputy City Secretary, Leslie Barone, Director of Community Services, Hartley Sappington, Director of Public Utilities, Jim Briggs; Director of Development and Planning, Chief of Police, Hugh Anderson, Fire Chief, Les Bunte. Mayor Tim Kennedy called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. and the Council moved into Executive Session immediately. EXECUTIVE SESSION - 6 :00 P.M. The following items were considered in Executive Session and are subject to action in the Open Session that follows: 900129E Executive Session Pursuant to Article 6252 -17, Sec. 2(g), Personnel Discuss and Review Applications for Administrative Assistant /City Secretary and City Attorney Positions /Bob Hart 900130E Executive Session Pursuant to Article 6252 -17, Sec. 2 (e) , Litigation Discuss City of Georgetown Intervention in Brazos River Authority Rate Case /Bob Hart 900131E Executive Session Pursuant to Article 6252 -17, Sec. 2(f), Real Property Discuss Offer for Jonah Water Line Purchase /Bob Hart Discuss Houston Property /Bob Hart Discuss Railroad Right -of -Way Purchase /Bob Hart Mayor Kennedy reconvened the meeting into Open Session at 7:11 p.m. City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 1 of 17 REGULAR MEETING - 7011 P.M. 900132 Approval of Meeting Minutes - Regular Meeting 02/27/90/ Leslie Barone Minutes approved for inclusion in official City records. 900133 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing an Agreement Between the City of Georgetown and GTE Southwest, Incorporated, for the Provision of Centranet Services to all City of Georgetown Facilities and Offices /Hartley Sappington This item was pulled, by Councilmember Brashear, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda. 900134 Consideration of and Possible Action on Change Order No. 1 to Construction Contract with D.I.J. Construction Company for Lighted Basketball Court at San Jose Park/ Hartley Sappington and Jack Gregoire Approved Resolution No. 900134. RESOLUTION NO. 900134 A RESOLUTION APPROVING CHANGE ORDER #1 TO THE CONTRACT BETWEEN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AND D.I.J. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FOR A LIGHTED BASKETBALL COURT PROJECT AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAME AND THE CITY SECRETARY TO ATTEST. 900135 Award of Bid for Four (4) Pickup Utility Bodies to Low Bidder, Commercial Body Corp. of San Antonio /Glenn Reynolds and Terry Jones Approval to Award the Bid for four (4) pickup utility bodies to the low bidder, Commercial Body Corp. of San Antonio in the amount of $8,876.00. 900136 Award of Bid Low Bidder, Jones Approval to valves to t amount of $6 for Two (2) 12 11 Solenoid Control Valves to The Rohan Company /Glenn Reynolds and Terry Award the Bid for two (2) solenoid control hie low bidder, The Rohan Company, in the ,842.34. City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 2 of 17 900137 Award of Bid for an Upgrade on the Police Department Magnasync Recorder to Low Bidder, Creative Switching Design /Glenn Reynolds and Terry Jones Approval to Award the Bid for an upgrade on the Magnasync Recorder to the low bidder, Creative Switching Designs, in the amount of $6,400.00. 900138 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of Breathing Apparatus Equipment /Les Bunte This item was pulled, by Mayor Kennedy, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda. 900139 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing a Budget Transfer from the General Fund Council Contingency to Special Services and Legal for the Reimbursement of Councilmembers for Expenses /Bob Hart Approved Resolution No. 900139 RESOLUTION NO. 900139 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A BUDGET TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND COUNCIL CONTINGENCY TO SPECIAL SERVICES AND LEGAL. 900140 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Supporting the LCRA Rate Case /Bob Hart Approved Resolution No. 900140 RESOLUTION NO. 900140 RESOLUTION • i PUC TO ADOPT THE COMPROMISE RATE DESIGN PROPOSAL DEVELOPED BY THE AWC AND SUBMITTED BY THE .. TO FOSTER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AMONG SMALL- 446.VD 900141 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing an Increased Expenditure in the Amount of $75,000 for Legal and Other Professional Services Relative to the Brazos River Authority Rate Case /Bob Hart Approved Resolution No. 900141 RESOLUTION NO. 900141 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN INCREASED EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR LEGAL AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INCLUDED IN AGREEMENT WITH THE FIRM OF LLOYD, GOSSELINK, FOWLER, City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 3 of 17 BLEVINS AND MATHEWS, P.C., FOR CONTINUED PARTICIPATION IN THE REPRESENTATION OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN IN THE RATE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST BRAZOS RIVER AUTHORITY. 900142 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Selection of a Contract Administrator for the Texas Capital Fund /Bob Hart Approved Resolution No. 90014E RESOLUTION NO. 900142 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH GARY R. TRAYLOR & ASSOCIATES FOR PROFESSIONAL GRANT MANAGEMENT SERVICES WITH RESPECT TO THE 1989 TEXAS CAPITAL FUND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM. Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve the Items on the Consent Agenda, with the exception of Agenda Items No. 900133 as pulled by Councilmember Brashear and Item No. 900138 as pulled by Mayor Kennedy, MOTION. SECOND. MOTION • r. 3, FLING SAEGERT CARRIED. UNANIMOUS 900133 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing an Agreement Between the City of Georgetown and GTE Southwest, Incorporated, for the Provision of Centranet Services to all City of Georgetown Facilities and Offices /Hartley Sappington NOTE FOR THE RECORD. Councilmember Valdez has filed a Conflict of Interest Affidavit on this agenda item. Presented by Hartley Sappington. Agreement with GTE for the provision of Centranet services to all City of Georgetown Facilities. This system was briefly explained by Cindy Pritchett. Councilmember Brashear stated concerns regarding the absence of a provision in the Agreement which would allow the City (purchaser) to withhold payment or terminate service if City is not satisfied with what is installed. Hartley stated that the City Attorney had reviewed and approved this Contract (questions were raised at that time regarding liquidated damages, GTE requested that it City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 4 of 17 remain in). However, there are provisions within the contract, that if funds are not available at the beginning of the fiscal year to continue funding this contract, then the contract would be considered cancelled (it is subject to fund availability). Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Fling to Approve Resolution No. 900133 as Read. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND. FLING MOTION CARRIED. 6 FOR 1 ABSTENTION (VALDEZ) RESOLUTION NO. 900133 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, AND GTE SOUTHWEST, INCORPORATED, FOR THE PROVISION OF CENTRANET SERVICES TO ALL CITY OF GEORGETOWN FACILITIES AND OFFICES, AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO SIGN AND THE CITY SECRETARY TO ATTEST. 900138 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of Breathing Apparatus Equipment /Les Bunte Presented by Les Bunte. Stated that the Volunteer Fire Department had paid $4,000 for the equipment. The budget transfer of $3,500 would be used for installation of this equipment. The recent loss of the local business in Austin which previously had refilled our cylinders was presenting a dilemma for the Department. This System would allow for the refill of these cylinders immediately and all of the breathing equipment would be available for continuous use. Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve Resolution No. 900138 as Read. • • N: BRASHEAR SECOND: MOTION CARUNANIMOUS t�i�i. Y• Jflitill 'Ifi[I[i7i`���C•��!I•I•IL�id A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A BUDGET TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND COUNCIL CONTINGENCY TO FIRE SERVICES DIVISION CAPITAL OUTLAY. City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 5 of 17 900143 Citizens Wishing to Address the Council Elizabeth Ae . e• a Request •, Speak on the Fire Ordinance Ms. Elizabeth Schraft spoke against the Ordinance Amending Chapter 11 "Fire Protection and Prevention ". She stated concerns which she had relating to the Chain of Command addressed in this Ordinance and detailed these concerns for the Council while requesting that further consideration be given to this issue and consideration be given for changing the Fire Chief position from part ®time to full °time status. Be Other Citizens Wishing to Address the Council There were no other citizens wishing to address the Council at this time. Mrs. Maxine Harris and Mrs. Charlene Sefcik wish to address the Council during Agenda Item No. 900146. 900144 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Chapter 11 "Fire Protection and Prevention ", Article I. "In General ", Article II. "Fire Department" and Adding Subsection (c) of Section 11 -52 of Article III. of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances/ SECOND READING /Les Bunte Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve Ordinance No. 900144 as Read on Second and Final Reading. MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND: VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED: 5 FOR 2 AGAINST (BRASHEAR, BONNER) AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 11 "FIRE PROTECTION AND PREVENTION ", ARTICLE I. "IN GENERAL ", ARTICLE II. "FIRE DEPARTMENT" AND ADDING SUBSECTION (c) OF SECTION 11 ®52 OF ARTICLE III. 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 Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 6 of 17 900145 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Establishing and Dedicating Friday, April 20, 1990 as "Georgetown's Future Leadership Program" /Bob Hart Presented by Bill Taylor, Chairman of the Teen Board, who explained this program to the Council. Support was voiced by Councilmembers for this type of program and anticipations voiced that this will be a pilot program which next year could be implemented on.a full -scale basis in conjunction with the Georgetown Independent School District. Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second Made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve Resolution No. 900145 as Read. MOTIOA , Bff?�LSAEAR SECOND: ! si MOTION CARRIED: a ! RESOLUTION NO. 900145 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, THAT: SECTION 1. THE COUNCIL ADOPTS THE RECITALS SET FORTH ABOVE AS TRUE AND CORRECT AND ARE ADOPTED HEREIN VERBATIM AS IF FULLY SET FORTH AT LENGTH. SECTION 2. THAT "GEORGETOWN'S FUTURE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM" IS HEREBY ESTABLISHED AND DEDICATED FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1990s. SECTION 3. THE POSITIONS OF CITY MANAGER, CITY SECRETARY, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES, DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT, DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION, DIRECTOR OF FIRE SERVICES, DIRECTOR OF POLICE SERVICES, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC UTILITIES, RISK MANAGER, TOURISM DIRECTOR, AIRPORT MANAGER, LIBRARY DIRECTOR, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SUPERVISOR, CITY INSPECTOR, PURCHASING AGENT, UTILITY OFFICE SUPERVISOR, FIRE MARSHALL, ELECTRICAL SUPERINTENDENT, WATER AND WASTEWATER SUPERINTENDENT AND STREET SPECIALIST ARE ALL DESIGNATED AS POTENTIAL POSITIONS TO RECEIVE TEEN BOARD MEMBER ASSIGNEES. SECTION 4. THE MOCK CITY COUNCIL MEETING WILL BE CONDUCTED ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 20, 1990, COVERING THOSE AGENDA ITEMS WHICH ARE SCHEDULED FOR THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF APRIL 24, 1990. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIS THE 13TH DAY OF MARCH, 1990. City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 7 of 17 900146 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Approving an Engineering Plan Developed in Conjunction with City Staff and Steger and Bizzell, for Submittal to the Texas Water Development Board, Related to the Dove Springs Wastewater Treatment Facility /Jim Briggs Presentation to the Council was made by Jim Briggs and included the following information. Statement made that in 1986 the City of Georgetown was issued a letter from the Texas Water Commission stating that additional capacity for the City's wastewater system was to be pursued and a plan developed. The Wallace, Winkler and Rice study was engaged and completed. The wastewater rehabilitation system for an I and I control was initiated and started, the final phase of that was coming up with a proposal for additional treatment capacity, which was basically to come from the scenarios outlined in the Wallace, Winkler and Rice study. The study had included the two -plant scenario of the City of Georgetown existing treatment facility and a plant located at Dove Springs development site east of town. With the foresight of locating a plant there, last year the City was successful in acquiring a plant from the City of Austin which was being used on an interim basis and could be relocated and was cost out to be effective as far as relocating to the Dove Springs site and reset up for treatment. During that process the City pursued the idea of qualifying for State Revolving Loan Funds in order that those funds be used for construction of that facility being relocated to the Dove Springs site. At that time the Council decided that it was premature for funding and therefore we were to reapply for this years round of EPA funds to the Texas Water Development Board. A contract was authorized with Steger & Bizzell during the end of 1989 to initiate the process of developing the Functional Plan, the environmental information document to be submitted to the Texas Water Development Board for qualifying the City of Georgetown's project for funds estimated to be from 5 1/2 to 6 percent for funds that would be distributed. A public hearing was held on the proposed project in order to comply with a requirement of the Water Development Board for the funding mechanism. Those comments were taken by a court reporter and will be made a part of engineering plan submitted to the Water Development Board. The Water Development Board has a March 15th deadline for the Application of Projects to be funded. It seems favorable the City will be funded for this project as funds from other community's not requesting these loans City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 8 of 17 will be rolled down to our category. It is vital that the Application be completed and submitted with no delays, thereby giving the Water Development Board no opportunity to deny this funding if we choose it. A copy of the map from the engineering plan which gives some description of the proposed improvements anticipated and the alignment of projected wastewater mains which will go to the treatment facility was presented. This map was reviewed with the Council and copies provided to those in the audience. According to the Water Development Board Process, all these costs and analysis have to be done on a twenty (20) year life that this facility would be out there in existence and we would be borrowing the money and would be using these facilities for a minimum of 20 years. LENGTHY DISCUSSION FOLLOWED between Council with questions being answered by Jim Briggs and Charles Steger. Jim reviewed figures relating to the costs involved in this project. Charles Steger also answered questions and provided additional information to the Council. After reviewing the plan and alternative methods with Steger and Bizzell, City staff is recommending approval of the Engineering Plan developed in conjunction with City staff and Steger and Bizzell, by the attached Resolution for submission to the Texas Water Development Board. Citizens wishing to address the Council on this issue included Mrs. Maxine Harris and Mrs. Charlene Sefcik of Jonah. Mrs. Maxine Harris stated that she would read the letter she had written to the Texas Water Development Board. Some of Mrs. Harris's concerns included the following. Dissatisfaction with the E.I.D. study, activity around the Aquifer, hauling of sludge, the Hutto landfill, effects on down ®stream wells in the immediate area, fills that the data on the flood -plain is incomplete and outdated, and many others. Mrs. Charlene Sefcik stated concerns about this plan and would like for the City to pursue construction of advanced staged treatment or 5521 discharge permits, thereby eliminating the majority of the phosphorus an producing a quality of effluent approaching potable water and explained her feels supporting this request. City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 9 of 17 Motion was made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve Resolution No. 900146 MOTION: BRASHEAR R :! i RESOLUTION NO. 900146 A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AN ENGINEERING PLAN DEVELOPED IN CONJUNCTION WITH CITY STAFF AND STEGER AND BIZZELL, FOR SUBMITTAL TO THE TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD, RELATED TO THE DOVE SPRINGS WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY, AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE SAME. Mayor Tim Kennedy, at 9:04 p.m., stated that the Council would recess for a five minute break and would reconvene with Agenda Item No. 900149A to follow as the next item. Mayor Tim Kennedy reconvened the meeting at 9:13 p.m. 900149A Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Ordering an Election for May 5, 1990, for Adopting a 1/2 Cent Sales Tax for Improving and Promoting Economic and Industrial Development /Bob Hart Presented by Marcus Prichett, Lee Bain, and Wade Todd. Marcus Prichett stated the members of the Board of Directors of the Georgetown Industrial Foundation made a unanimous decision to go before the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce Directors to ask for their support in going to the Georgetown City Council to put this issue on the ballot for the voters to decide the merits of the sales tax issue. The Georgetown Industrial Development Directors who were recognized, in attendance, included the following® Bill Booth, Wade Todd, David Haze, Bill Smith, Shirley Skinner for David Skinner. Chamber of Commerce Directors, in attendance, were recognized by Lee Bain. Lee Bain commented on the presentation which was made to the Directors of the Chamber of Commerce by the Directors of the Georgetown Industrial Foundation. During a special called meeting, following a long discussion and debate, the Board voted to overwhelmingly approved endorsing this issue and supported asking the Council to put it on the May Ballot, City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 10 of 17 Wade Todd, speaking on behalf of the Georgetown Industrial Foundation, presented the following needs to the Council: The need for help in reducing ad ®valorem taxes here in the City, help in reducing utility bills, help in developing new Georgetown businesses, help in maintaining the economic recovery of our community through loan programs that will benefit existing retail business, and finally, help in spreading the tax burden to those who reside outside our City who enjoy the benefits in the City limits but do not presently share in the tax burden. Wade Todd went into detail explaining the mechanics of the half -cent sales tax. He explained that it is estimated that this tax will generate approximately $500,000 annually, perhaps a bit less. He further explained the distributions for proposed spending. Retail Development 2 %/$10,000 for Chamber of Commerce Promotion Funds, Replacement Operating Expenses 20 %/$100,000 for replacing existing city expenditures, Competitive Recruitment and Business Expansion and Development 38 %/$190,000; Retail Expansion and Business Relocation Loan Programs 20 %/$100,000, and City Utilities 20 %/$100,'000 for Utilities extensions to industrial parks and South along I -35 and other projects as needed. The Georgetown Industrial Foundation feels that one of the most important things as we go forward in this is to provide the voters with accurate factual information. In order to facilitate this they plan to form an advisory committee of 100 or more citizens to provide input and help educate the electorate. They think that this education program is essential. The Foundation wants the voters to carefully consider the benefits of this proposal in order to make an informed decision on May 5, 1990. They feel it is a very important decision and has a lot of baring on the future of our community. They believe that the majority of voters will favor having their ad- valorem taxes reduced, having their utility rates reduced or at the very least held in check, and certainly favor having the tax burden shared with those who are outside of the community who presently pay no ad- valorem taxes. For this reason, the Georgetown Industrial Foundation respectfully request that this Council place this issue on the ballot for the May 5th election so that the citizens of this community can decide if this proposal is in the best interest of Georgetown's future. DISCUSSION FOLLOWED by the Council with questions answered by Wade Todd, Bruce Barton, and Marcus Pritchett. City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 11 of 17 Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to Approve Resolution No. 900149A as Read. MOTION: SECOND: AR MOTION CARRIED: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, ORDERING AN ELECTION TO BE HELD IN SAID CITY ON MAY 51 1990, FOR VOTER CONSIDERATION OF A PROPOSITION ADOPTING ADDITIONAL SALES AND USE TAXES AND PROVIDING OR A PROCLAMATION NOTICE AND PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF SAID ELECTIONS. 900147 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Waiving/ Suspending a City Ordinance, Allowing a Carnival to be Held May 22 -27, 1990 during the Rodeo /Paulette Gallagher Requested that this topic be reviewed for possible change in the present recodification. Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Fling to Suspend Sections 16- 91(c), 16 -92 (15) and 16 -95, of Chapter 16 of the Code of Ordinances for a period until May 30, 1990. Amended to reflect that the suspension of these Sections of Chapter 16 will be I n effect May 15 through May 30, 19900 MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND: FLING MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900148 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Section 22 °29 "City Streets" of Chapter 22 "Traffic" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances, Establishing Speed and School Zones /SECOND READING /Hugh Anderson Presented by Hugh Anderson. Stated that time changes had been requested by the Georgetown Independent School District and had been incorporated into the Amended Ordinance prior to the Second and Final Reading. Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to Approve Ordinance No. 900148 as Read on Second and Final Reading. MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND: BONNER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 12 of 17 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 22 -29, ARTICLE II, "SPEED LIMITS", CHAPTER 22 CODE OF ORDINANCES; ZONING FOR TRAFFIC THEREIN; DIRECTING THE CITY MANAGER TO SIGNS INDICATING SUCH ZONES; PROVIDING PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE, PUBLICATION AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE I "CITY STREETS" OF OF •R • AND RATE OF SPEED ERECT APPROPRIATE PENALTY CLAUSEF PROVIDING FOR i 900149 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 /SECOND READING /Ed Barry and Hildy Kingma Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve Ordinance No. 900149 as Read on Second and Final Reading. MOTION: FLING SECOND: VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 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, "GEORGETOWN CENTURY PLAN" OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900150 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Repealing Sections 12 -1 through 12 -5 of Chapter 12 "Health and Sanitation" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Leslie Barone Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember McMaster to Approve Ordinance No. 900150 as Read. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND: MCMASTER MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS Cs�;i�l��� it�►[a AN ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTIONS 12 -1 THROUGH 12 -5 OF CHAPTER 12 "HEALTH AND SANITATION" OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 13 of 17 AND DELETIONS AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES TO CONFORMITY TO STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE AN _i 900151 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Sections 4 -6, 4 -78 and 4 -80 of Chapter 4 "Airports and Aircraft" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Leslie Barone Motion made by • - •- • and Second made by Councilmember Pearce • Approve • • . - No. 900151 MOTION: FLING SECOND: PEARCE MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 4 -6 "JOINT AIRPORT ZONING BOARD- CREATED; POWERS AND DUTIES ", SUBSECTION (b) OF SECTION 4 -78 "BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT: AND SECTION 4 -80 "JUDICIAL REVIEW" OF CHAPTER 4 "AIRPORTS AND AIRCRAFT" 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. 900152 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Repealing Sections 6 -39.7 through 6 -39.9 of Chapter 6 "Buildings and Construction" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Leslie Barone This item was pulled from the Agenda. 900153 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Subsection (a) and (b) of Section 12 -81 of Chapter 12 "Health and Sanitation" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances/ FIRST READING /Leslie Barone Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve Ordinance No. 900153 as Read. MOTION: PEARCE SECOND: VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 14 of 17 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SUBSECTIONS (a) AND (b) OF SECTION OF s ' AND SANITATION" OF OF GEORGETOWN ii OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF CONFORMITY • STATE LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT AND PROVIDING OPERATIONS, AND COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF THE i. . SEVERABILITY AN EFFECTIVE D. 900154 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Repealing Section 22 -2 and 22 -4 of Chapter 22 "Traffic" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances/ FIRST READING/ Leslie Barone Motion made by Councilmember Valdez and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve Ordinance No. 900154 as Read. MOTION: VALDEZ SECOND: SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS AN ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTIONS 22 -2 AND 22 -4 OF CHAPTER 22 "TRAFFIC" 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 CITY1 PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE, AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900155 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Amending Section 2 -23 of Chapter 2 "Administration" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /Bob Hart Presented by Bob Hart. Questions that were asked by the Council were answered by Bob Hart and Bruce Barton. Councilmember Brashear will abstain from voting on this Agenda Item as he is a member on the Board referenced in this Resolution. Motion made by Councilmember McMaster and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve Resolution No. 900155 As Read. MOTION** • • . ' MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 15 of 17 RESOLUTION NO. 900155 RESOLUTION t • OF ORDINANCES "ADMINISTRATION" I OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF • PROVIDE i. ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS • AMENDMENTS THERETO FOR PURPOSES OF i O LAW, EFFICIENCY IN MANAGEMENT i OPERATIONSf • i•, COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT PRACTICES OF 900156 Consideration of and Possible Action on Establishing an Interview Committee and Other Related Action in the Interviewing and Hiring of an Administrative Assistant /City Secretary /Bob Hart This item was pulled from this Agenda. 900157 Consideration of and Possible Action on Establishing an Interview Committee and Other Related Action in the Interviewing and Hiring of a City Attorney /Bob Hart This item was pulled from this Agenda. 900158 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Sign an Offer Letter for the Purchase of Land Along Highway 81 and Industrial Park North /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to Authorize the Mayor to proceed with the offer outline to Jonah Water Corporation. MOTION. FLING SECONDS BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900159 Consideration of and Possible Action on Authorizing the City to Proceed with Condemnation of the Houston Property /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to Proceed with Condemnation of the Houston Property. MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND: BONNER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900160 Discussion Regarding Business Incentives /Bob Hart and Bruce Barton This item is deferred until a later date. City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 16 of 17 900161 Discussion Regarding Utility Improvement and Extension Policy /Ed Barry This item is deferred until a later date. 900162 Discussion Regarding Local Development Fee Revisions/ Ed Barry This item is deferred until a later date. 900163 Mayor, Council and City Manager Comments and Reports Councilmember Pearce commented on the possibility of writing a letter regarding the closing of Bergstrom and the community impact of that occurring. City Manager Bob Hart asked for a total number of those Councilmembers and their families expecting to attend the POPPS rally. 900164 Adjournment There being no other business to come before the Council at this time, Mayor Tim Kennedy adjourned the meeting. TIME: 10:15 P.M. ATTEST® T Leslie C. Barone, ) -• r City Council Agenda / March 13, 1990 / Page 17 of 17