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MIN 03.27.1990 CC-RCITY COUNCIL MINUTES CITY OF GEORGETOWN P. O. BOX 409 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 78627 -0409 TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1990 The City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, met in a Regular Meeting on the above date beginning at 7 s. 00 p.m. with Mayor Tim Kennedy presiding. The following members of the Council and officials were presents. Councilmembers Winfred Bonner, Ercel Brashear, Doak Fling, Mike McMaster, Barbara Pearce, Joe Saegert, and Shorty Valdez; City Manager, Bob Hart; Director of Community Services, Hartley Sappington, Director of Public Utilities, Jim Briggs, Director of Development and Planning, Ed Barry, Chief of Police, Hugh Anderson. REGULAR MEETING - 6:59 P.M. CONSENT AGENDA. 900167 Award of Bid for Third Quarter Unleaded Gasoline and Diesel to Low Bidder, Susser Petroleum /Glenn Reynolds and Terry Jones Approval to Award the Bid for unleaded gasoline ($24,786.00) and diesel fuel ($4,819.50) for the third quarter to the low bidder, Susser Petroleum Company in the total amount of $29,605.50. 900168 Award of Bid for Williams Drive Swimming Pool Rewiring to Low Bidder, B & S Electrical /Glenn Reynolds and Terry Jones Approval to Award the bid for the rewiring of the underwater lights at Williams Drive swimming pool to the low bidder, B & S Electrical in the amount of $9,800.00. 900169 Award of Bid for Water Meters to Low Bidder, Rohan Company /Glenn Reynolds and Terry Jones Approval to Award the bid on water meters to the low bidder, The Rohan Company in the amount of $47,975.00. 900170 Approval Authorizing the Execution of a Change Order for Case Equipment Company on Repair of Case 5800 Backhoe/ Glenn Reynolds and Terry Jones Change the amount of the original agreement with Case Equipment Co. for the repair of the Case 580C backhoe from $13,500.00 to $15,109.88 for a net increase of $1,609.88. City Council Meeting Minutes 03/21/90 Page 1 of 15 900171 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor the Execute an Amended Agreement with Williamson County Health District to Waive Residency Requirement /Hartley Sappington Approved Resolution No. 900171. RESOLUTION ON. 900171 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT TO REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT FOR RESIDENCY WITHIN THE DISTRICT FOR A SPECIFIED NUMBER OF YEARS AND TO REMOVE THE DETERMINATION FOR REAPPOINTMENTS. 900172 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Accepting the Risk Management Policy to be Implemented for City of Georgetown Staff /Hartley Sappington and Ken Jones Approved Resolution 900172. RESOLUTION NO. 900172 A RESOLUTION FOR THE ADOPTION OF THE RISK MANAGEMENT POLICY FOR THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAME AND THE CITY SECRETARY TO ATTEST. 900173 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Sign a Contract with Gary Traylor & Associates for Professional Grant Management Services for Administration of the Texas Capital Fund Economic Development Grant Program /Bob Hart This item was pulled, by Councilmember Saegert, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda. 900174 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing Joint Investment of Public Funds, Approving an Agreement Between the City of Georgetown, Texas, and the Local Government Investment Fund of Texas /Glenn Reynolds This item was pulled, by Councilmember Fling, from consideration on the Consent Agenda and will be discussed under the Regular Agenda, City Council Meeting Minutes 03/21/90 Page 2 of 15 Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve the Items on the Consent Agenda, with the exception of Agenda Item No. 900173 as pulled by Councilmember Saegert and Agenda Item No. 900174 as pulled by Councilmember Fling. MOTION. SECOND. MOTION REGULAR AGENDA. BRASHEAR VALDEZ CARRIED. UNANIMOUS 900173 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Sign a Contract with Gary Traylor & Associates for Professional Grant Management Services for Administration of the Texas Capital Fund Economic Development Grant Program /Bob Hart Question asked by Councilmember Saegert, requesting clarification as to the Mayor Pro -Tem (stated on the Resolution as person authorized to sign) vs. Mayor (stated on the Agenda as person authorized to sign) who would have authority to sign this Contract. Mayor Pro - Tem should be the person authorized to sign as there was a conflict of interest established for Mayor Kennedy. Councilmember Bonner questioned who has written the grant and Councilmember Valdez questioned how long the project would take, Bob Hart responded to these questions. Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve Resolution No. 900173 as Read. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND. PEARCE MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS RESOLUTION NO. 900173 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR PRO -TEM OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS TO SIGN A CONTRACT WITH GARY R. TRAYLOR & ASSOCIATES FOR PROFESSIONAL GRANT MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR ADMINISTRATION OF THE TEXAS CAPITAL FUND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM. 900174 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing Joint Investment of Public Funds, Approving an Agreement Between the City of Georgetown, Texas, and the Local Government Investment Fund of Texas /Glenn Reynolds City Council Meeting Minutes 03/2 /90 Page 3 of 15 040 Questions from Councilmember Fling as to the reasons for deviation from the present Depository Contract with local banks. Response from Glenn Reynolds included the fact that presently we have two Agreements with local banks here in Georgetown, Georgetown National Bank and Citizens State Bank. The Agreement with Georgetown National Bank is for a maximum of $3,000,000.00 in CD's; they recently have asked the City to remove the majority of that from their bank. The second Agreement is with Citizens State Bank, and they have asked the City not to deposit the aforementioned money in their bank, and has additional asked us not to purchase a CD with a date that extends past our depository Agreement, which is September 30, 1990, and this has become a greater restriction every day. CONTINUED DISCUSSION FOLLOWED between the Council and Glenn Reynolds regarding investment alternatives for City funds. The investment alternative which the staff requests approval to utilize is the Local Government Investment Fund of Texas for the investment of City of Georgetown funds. Glenn outlined how the recommendation to choose this specific pools was formulated and detailed information regarding the Fund, its makeup, and how the City would be able to utilize it. "Risk" vs. "Return" was questioned by Councilmembers Brashear and Fling, with continuing discussion between the Council and Glenn Reynolds. Mayor Kennedy made a recommendation to the Council, stating that there had been some obvious questions brought up on this issue, suggesting that the Council should take some more time to study this and ask Glenn additional questions about this particular fund, until the Council felt comfortable in making this decision. Motion made by Councilmember McMaster and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to defer this item until a later meeting. MOTION: MCMASTER SECOND. BONNER MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS Mayor Kennedy made a statement that Agenda Item No. 900179, regarding Air Country Estates, had been withdrawn from consideration tonight, at the request of the applicant. Citizens Wishing to Address the Council Councilmember McMaster wanted to acknowledge that a Proclamation had been presented to the Men's Basketball City Council Meeting Minutes 03/2 /90 Page 4 of 15 Team at Southwestern University for winning the District Championship and going on to the National Tournament in Kansas City. Stated that the Mayor had named them as our Ambassadors for the Week while the tournament was being held and that during this time they were awarded the Sportsmanship Trophy as well as making it to the second round and losing to eventual National Champions. Councilmember McMaster also want to acknowledge the fact that the City had received an Award of Merit from the Texas Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for our GIS System on our Century Plan out of over 50 applicants that were turned in for these awards. No other citizens wished to address the Council at this time. 900176 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing Support for the Sertoma 4th of July Celebration /Tim Kennedy Bill Jones spoke representing the Sertoma Club. He presented over -head transparencies and detailed information of past and present events planned for the 4th of July celebration. He stated that the success of this event had out- stripped Sertoma °s ability to support it without substantial help, particularly with regard to the fireworks. They asked that the Council consider assisting in the support of this event. Discussion between the Council as to the ability of the City to contract with the Sertoma Club as a "public purpose's in providing the fireworks program. Councilmember Saegert proposed that this funding be provided by Councilmembers, Council candidates, individuals /businesses by donations vs. the use of taxpayer funds. Mayor Kennedy suggested that the profits /contributions be used to off -set the cost to the City. Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to have staff prepare a contract with the Sertoma Club to fund the community fireworks display on the 4th of July in an amount not to exceed $4,800 and provide insurance coverage through the City for that purpose. MOTION. PEARCE SECOND. BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED. UNANIMOUS City Council Meeting Minutes 03/2A/90 Page 5 of 15 Mayor Kennedy recessed the meeting for a five minute break at 8 :02 p.m. Mayor Kennedy reconvened the meeting at 8 :10 p.m. 900177 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Declaring April 1 -7, 1990, as Business and Industry Week/ Bob Hart Presented by Bob Hart and Bruce Barton. Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to Approve Resolution No. 900177 as Read. MOTION. FLING SECOND. BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS RESOLUTION NO. 900177 A RESOLUTION OBSERVING TEXAS BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIES WEEK AND HONORING THE BUSINESSES AND INDUSTRIES OF THE GEORGETOWN AREA. 900178 Approval Requested for Building Line Variances, River Hills, Section III, Lots 5, 81 91 10, and 11 /Ed Barry and John Warden Presented by John Warden. This item is to allow five existing duplexes to remain encroached within required front and side yard setbacks. The Planning & Zoning Commission has recommended approval of the variances for those existing buildings. Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Fling to approve the actions of the Planning and Zoning Commission. MOTION: PEARCE SECOND: FLING MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 9001179 Approval Requested for Short Form Plat of Air Country Estates, Section III, with Variance /Ed Barry and John Warden This Agenda Item has been withdrawn from consideration tonight, at the request of the applicant. •0i i Approval • -• -• • r i• i• of Blko 21 i Variances/Ed Barry an Short Form Resubdivision of a North Georgetown Addition, with John Warden City Council Meeting Minutes 03/24/90 Page 6 of 15 Presented by John Warden. He reviewed the Planning and Zoning Commission actions and Staff recommendations for this Agenda Item. A plat and site plan for this location were provided for the Council to review. Questions regarding the location of the building and the car wash were answered by Jerry Compton, Diamond Shamrock Real Estate Director. Concerns about proposed entrance and exit locations were also addressed. Council continued lengthy discussion relating to curb cuts, driveways, activity affecting Austin Avenue, and entrance only access to Austin Avenue. J.C. Labenski addressed the Council as a property owner. He spoke in favor of and asked the Council for their consideration of this item. Bud Stockton, for himself and on behalf of Mrs. Taylor, stated that the separate properties are too small to develop separately. He stated the obvious assets which he felt applied to this property and the location, which included the followingm The visibility onto Austin Avenue is very good at this location and the road access is desirable at this location also. Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Valdez that a Recommendation for the Planning & Zoning Commission to review a 35 foot cut with entrance only (no. 4 of P &Z recommended action), with approval of nos. 1 -3 remaining as previously stated. Under State law, Owner /Applicant consent is necessary for tabling /deferring action for thirty days, because there is a plat involved. Mr. Jerry Compton stated that as much as he regrets a delay, they consent to this deferral. MOTION. SAEGERT SECOND: VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED. 5 2 This will go on th e Agenda for review next meeting. Due would be presented that meeting. 900181 Approval Estates, Warden FOR AGAINST (MCMASTER, PEARCE) next Planning and Zoning Commission and come back to the Council at the to the time constraints, this item as a verbal report to the Council at Requested for an Amended Plat of Oak Crest Riverside Unit, Lots 1 and 2 /Ed Barry and John City Council Meeting Minutes 03/24/90 Page 7 of 15 Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to approve the request in accordance with the actions /recommendations of the Planning and Zoning Commission. MOTION: FLING SECOND. BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900182 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 /SECOND READING /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve Ordinance No. 900182 as Read on Second and Final Reading. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND: PEARCE MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. 900182 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 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. 900183 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 /SECOND READING /Bob Hart This item will be Read later in the meeting. 900184 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 /SECOND READING /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Brashear and Second made by Councilmember McMaster to Approve Ordinance No. 90018 as Read on Second and Final Reading. MOTION: BRASHEAR SECOND: MCMASTER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 4- City Council Meeting Minutes 03/24/90 Page 8 of 15 ORDINANCE NO. 900184 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SUBSECTIONS (a) AND (b) OF SECTION 12 -81 OF CHAPTER 12 "HEALTH AND SANITATION" OF CHAPTER 12 "HEALTH AND SANITATION" 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. 900183 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 /SECOND READING /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve Ordinance No. 900183 as Read on Second and Final Reading MOTION: SAEGERT •�� • .. ORDINANCE NO. 900183 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. 900185 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Repealing Sections 22 -2 and 22 -4 of Chapter 22 "Traffic" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /SECOND READING /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to Approve Ordinance No. 900185 as Read on Second and Final Reading. MOTION. SECOND. City Council Meeting Minutes 03/24/90 Page 9 of 15 ORDINANCE NO. 900185 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 CITY; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Mayor Kennedy break at 9:16 recessed the p.me meeting for a five minute Mayor Kennedy reconvened the meeting at 9023 p.m. 900186 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Authorizing the Establishment of a Pilot Recycling Program in Areas of the City of Georgetown /Hartley Sappington Presented by Hartley Sappington. The recycling program and the functions of same were explained to the Council. The recycling program would include glass, aluminum and paper to start with. Staff would meet with neighborhood groups to see which neighborhood would be best to use as the pilot area. This program will also provide work opportunities for handicapped individuals. The City will absorb the cost of $1.50 /home per month during the pilot program. Details were given regarding the funds received from this program, explaining that they would be placed in a special revenue account for City beautification, primarily in the park area. Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to Approve Resolution No. 900186 as Read. Ta s �ARC SECOND: SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS RESOLUTION NO. 900186 A RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH A PILOT RECYCLING PROGRAM WITHIN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TO RECYCLE MATERIALS TO PRESERVE THE ENVIRONMENT AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO SIGN AND THE CITY SECRETARY TO EXECUTE. 900187 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 900021, Section II, "A Structure for Commissions, Committees and Boards of the City of City Council Meeting Minutes 03/24/90 Page 10 of 15 Georgetown ", Providing for Membership and Two Year Terms for the Georgetown Industrial Development Corporation/ FIRST READING /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading with the amendment and inclusion of the Airport Advisory Board. MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND: PEARCE MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 900021, SECTION II., "A STRUCTURE FOR COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES, AND BOARDS OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN ", PROVIDING FOR MEMBERSHIP AND TWO YEAR TERM FOR THE GEORGETOWN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 900188 Consideration of Amending Section 16- 92(15) of Cha Etc. ", Article Exhibitions" of Ordinances /FIRST and Possible Action on an Ordinance 16 -91(c) and 16 -95 and Repealing Section Ater 16 "Occupational Licenses, Taxes, VI. "Carnivals, Circuses and Other the City of Georgetown Code of READING /Bob Hart Bob Hart presented this item to the Council. Discussions followed regarding the 500 foot requirement for operation and the fine amount of $200.00. Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to defer this item until a later date. MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND: VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED. 900189 Consideration of Amending Section "Administration" Ordinances /FIRST UNANIMOUS and Possible Action on an 2 -11 "Ethics Provisions" of of the City of Georgetown READING /Bob Hart Ordinance Chapter 2 Code of Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION: SECOND. MOTION FLING PEARCE CARRIED. UNANIMOUS City Council Meeting Minutes 03/2/90 Page 11 of 15 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 2 -11, "ETHICS PROVISIONS ", OF 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 PRACTICES OF THE CITY1 PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATEe 900190 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Section 6 -4 "Same -Right of Entry" of Chapter 6 "Buildings and Construction" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Valdez to Approve this Ordinance as Read on First Reading. MOTION: PEARCE SECOND: VALDEZ MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS ORDINANCE NO® AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 6 -4, "SAME -RIGHT OF ENTRY" OF CHAPTER 6, "BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION" 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. 900191 Consideration of and Possible Action on an Ordinance Amending Section 2 -7 "Salaries -Mayor and Councilmen ", Chapter 2, "Administration" of the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances /FIRST READING /Bob Hart Council discussion included the wording of Salaries vs® Reimbursement® Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Pearce to Approve this Ordinance as Read MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND: PEARCE MOTION CARRIED: 4 FOR 3 AGAINST (BRASHEAR, FLING, MCMASTER) City Council Meeting Minutes 03/24/90 Page 12 of 15 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 2 -71 "SALARIES -MAYOR AND COUNCILMEN ", CHAPTER 2, "ADMINISTRATION ", OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Mayor Kennedy recessed the meeting into Executive Session 10 :00 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION The following items will be considered in Executive Session and are subject to action in the Open Session that follows: 900192E Executive Session Pursuant to Article 6252 -17, Sec. 2(g ) , Personnel Discuss Appointment of Administrative Assistant -City Secretary and City Attorney /Bob Hart 900193E Executive Session Pursuant to Article 6252 -17, Sec. 2(f), Real Property Discuss Jonah Water Supply Corporation's Water Line Agreement /Bob Hart Mayor Kennedy at 10:13 p.m. OPEN SESSION reconvened the meeting into Open Session Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to appoint Sandra Lee as a Deputy City Secretary. MOTION: PEARCE SECOND: BONNER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900194 Appointment of Administrative Assistant -City Secretary/ Mayor Kennedy and Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to appoint Elizabeth Gray as Administrative Assistant /City Secretary. SECOND. BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED. FOR t _ _ :y City Council Meeting Minutes (SAEGERT, BONNER) 03/2 /90 Page 13 of 15 900195 Appointment of City Attorney /Mayor Kennedy and Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Saegert to appoint Marianne Landers Banks as City Attorney. MOTION: FLING SECOND: SAEGERT MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900196 Consideration of and Possible Action on a Resolution Instructing the City Manager to Prepare a Contract Following Guidelines of Offering Letter for Purchase of the Jonah Water Supply Corporation's Water Line /Bob Hart A motion by the Council was requested vs® a Resolution. Motion made by Councilmember Fling and Second made by Councilmember Brashear instructing the City Manager to prepare a contract following guidelines of offering letter for purchase of the Jonah Water Supply Corporation's Water Line® MOTION: FLING SECOND: BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900197 Consideration of and Possible Action on Requesting Staff to Submit an Application for Certificate of Convenience and Necessity /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Saegert and Second made by Councilmember Brashear to request staff to submit an application for a certificate of convenience and necessity, MOTION: SAEGERT SECOND: BRASHEAR MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS 900198 Consideration of and Possible Action on Requesting Staff to Petition the Withdrawal of Intervention for Jonah Water Supply Corporation's Certificate for Convenience and Necessity /Bob Hart Motion made by Councilmember Pearce and Second made by Councilmember Bonner to request staff to petition the withdrawal of intervention for Jonah Water Supply Corporation's Certificate for Convenience and Necessity® MOTION: PEARCE SECOND: BONNER MOTION CARRIED: UNANIMOUS City Council Meeting Minutes 03/2 /90 Page 14 of 15 900199 Mayor, Council and City Manager Comments and Reports Councilmember Bonner commented regarding the parking at the new County Courthouse Annex, parking is occurring on Martin Luther King. Recommended that the Traffic Committee look at this situation. Bob Hart, City Manager, informed the Council about the Clean -up Campaign, held between April 16 -29, 1990® Additionally, the City will open the landfill seven days a week for unlimited disposal of any other refuse at no charge. Publicity will begin immediately, with Council review to continue at the next meeting. ��� �� •. - There being no other business to come before the Council at this time, Mayor Tim Kennedy adjourned the meeting. TIME. 10:31 p.m. Tim Kennedy Mayor ATTEST. Leslie Barone Gregoir Deputy City Secretary City Council Meeting Minutes 03/27/90 Page 15 of 15