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MIN 04.08.2003 CC-RThe City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, met in Regular Session on the above date with Mayor Gary No|onpresiding. Council Present: Council Absent: k Mayor Gary Nelon, Doug Smith, Mayor Pro Tem, All Council Present Llorente Navarrrette, Jack Noble, Farley Snell, Ken Evans, Sam Pfiester, Gabe Sansing Staff Present: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager; Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations; Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager, Trish Carls, City Attorney, Sandra Lee, City Secretary, Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services; Micki Rundell, Director of Finance and Administration; "Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner Policy Development/Review Workshop Regular Session to convene and continue Executive Session, if necessary Executive Session There was noExecutive Session held atthis meeting. Regular Session D Call toOrder Called toorder atS:OOp.m. E Pledge ofAllegiance Mayor No|onled the Pledge. F Comments from the dais regarding the following items: - Welcome toAudience and Opening Comments — Mayor Gary Ne|on Mayor Nelon welcomed the audience and gave a brief outline of meeting procedures. -Announo*montofbwovaoanoienonthoBoandofAdjuotmonta Mayor Ne|onannounced the two vacancies. ' Announcement ofmembers ufthe Council -appointed Ethics Committee Nelon announced the following members have been appointed to the Ethics Committee: Dr. Ben Oliver by Ken Evans for District 7, Judy Belle Horick by Farley Snell for District 6, Michael Barnes by Doug Smith for District 3.Peggy Moore Gabe Sanoinigfor District 2.George Garver byJack Noble for District 4, Robin Hallteft by Sam Pfiester for Distrtict 5, Daniel Vase\quez by Llorente Navarrette for District 1, Jack Hunnicutt by the Mayor, Marjorie Herbert, Carl Doering and Judy Shepherd, previously appointed. /twas noted that the Committee will choose their own Chair. G Announcements and Comments from City Manager Brandenburg announced that Homeland Security brochures will be mailed out to all residents. Hasaid if CouncilCity Mooting Minutes/April 8.2OU3 Page I of 9 Pages additional brochures are needed, citizens can contact City Hall or the Police Department H Citizens Wishing to Address Council - Doug Haynes, representing Pedernales Electric Cooperative, regarding an update of the Cooperative's activities in Georgetown Haynes announced the membership meeting on June 21, 2:00 p.m. at the River Palace in Bertram. He said PEC is installing personal computers in all service vehicles to enhance customer service. He noted that this is the time of year to check air conditioners for energy efficiency, and said rebates are available to PEC customers for the purchase of certain air conditioners and heat pumps. He delivered a franchise check of $8,088.15 to Mayor Nelon. - B. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, regarding damages related to Airport noise. Peshak reviewed what he had said at the last Council Meeting, saying that the government process is "fake." He said he is considering filing with the FAA against the City. Fred List, 444 Logan Ranch Road, spoke to Council about the air traffic over his home. Val Harbolovic, on Logan Ranch Road, told Council she has received many emails from Keith Peshak and gave Council her comments on his emails, saying that he doesn't lie. She said there will be a "hike" in the taxes if the federal grants are violated. Mayor announced that Items 0-4 T have been pulled from consideration on this agenda Action from Executive Session Motion by Snell, second by Evans to engage the services of Akin Gump to assist City staff to prepare a response to the complaint filed by Don Dison with the FAA in an amount not to exceed $20,000 without Council approval. Approved 5-1. (Navarrette abstained)(Smith opposed) Statutory Consent Agenda J Consideration and possible action to approve the minutes of the Council Workshop on Monday, March 24, and the Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 25, 2003 -- Sandra D. Lee, City Secretary K Consideration and possible action to approve the increase in spending limit for off-site storage facilities to $17,500 to accomodate storage for data tapes, DVD's and CD's -- Dennis Schoenborn, Director of Information Resources L Recommended by the Georgetown Utility System Advisory Board Consideration and possible action to approve the renewal of the contract between the City of Georgetown and National Tree Expert Company, Inc., to provide electric system right-of-way clearing services -- Michael W. Mayben, Energy Services Manager and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations M Consideration and possible action to approve an expenditure of $3,752.09 from the Council Contingency Account for the printing and mailing of the Homeland Security in Our Community informational brochure -- David Morgan, Police Chief Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, complained that the City is spending money to distribute a pamphlet to the citizens regarding homeland security. N Consideration and possible action to request authority to complete the Texas Domestic Preparedness Assessment that will identify resources, equipment, training, and support necessary for responding to the chemical, biological, nuclear, radiation, and explosive incidents -- David Morgan, Police Chief Navarrette asked and Police Captain Roland Waits explained that this item is to allow an assessment to be completed that will be used to qualify the City for later applying for a specific amount of grant money. O Grants 1. Consideration and possible action to authorize application for a Grant of $ 78,956.00 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency with a ten percent matching fund of $7,895.60 from the City of Georgetown to fund fire fighting equipment and personal protective equipment -- Clay City Council Meeting Minutes/April 8, 2003 Page 2 of 9 Pages Shell, Assistant Fire Chief and Anthony Lincoln, Fire Chief 2. Consideration and possible acceptance of a Grant of $4298 from the American Heart Association, Texas AED Placement Program with a fifty percent matching fund required of $2149 from the City of Georgetown 2002/2003 Budget year to fund two Automated External Defibrillators (AED) -- Clay Shell, Assistant Fire Operations Chief and Anthony Lincoln, Fire Chief 3. Consideration and possible action to authorize staff to apply for TxDOT Routine Airport Maintenance Project (R.A.M.P.) grant funds to install security cameras at the airport -- Travis McLain, Airport Manager and Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager (pulled by Jack Noble) Doug Anderson, 112 Juniper Berry, said cameras are fine, but he also wants the police to patrol at the Airport. He said funds should not be spent until the Airport Master Plan has been completed. He said he thought there should be a referendum to allow citizens to vote on whether the Airport is expanded. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, said the police don't come when they're called to the Airport. He said he thinks the cameras won't work at providing security. Noble asked and Yantis replied that the cameras will be videotaping 24 hours a day, and the tapes could be accessed at the police dispatch office. Noble asked that this item be moved to the Regular Agenda for a separate vote. 4. Consideration and possible action to authorize staff to include the project to provide two-way traffic on Taxiway A in the Entitlement Grant Project -- Travis McLain and Tom Yantis This item was pulled from consideration. P Animal Shelter 1. Consideration and possible action to approve the bylaws of the Animal Shelter Advisory Board -- Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager 2. Consideration and possible action to approve the purchase of a trailer, custom made for the purpose of displaying pets for adoption at various sites away from the Animal Shelter, for no more than $22,000 from Jones Trailer Company of Woodson, Texas -- Ken Finn, Animal Services Director and Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager (pulled by Doug Smith)(See Regular Agenda below) Motion by Noble, second by Smtih to approve the Consent Agenda with the exception of Item 0-4 that was pulled from consideration and Items 0-3 and P-2 that were moved to the Regular Agenda. Approved 7-0. 0-3 Consideration and possible action to authorize staff to apply for TxDOT Routine Airport Maintenance Project (R.A.M.P.) grant funds to install security cameras at the airport -- Travis McLain, Airport Manager and Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager (pulled by Jack Noble) Noble noted that increased patrolling by Georgetown Police Department would provide security at the Airport, but that will require further expenditure to provide adequate personnel and therefore will need to be considered during budget discussions. Navarrette said he thinks there needs to be a plan before the money is spent on the cameras. Motion by Noble, second by Navarrette to deny the purchase of the cameras. Pfiester asked McLain to justify the expense for the cameras. McLain said the cameras are meant to be a deterrent and license plate numbers and vehicle descriptions would be available if there were an incident. He said it would not be possible to monitor the cameras 24 hours a day. Yantis explained that this was part of the items approved by the Council at the last meeting with instruction to bring back the funding method. Vote on motion: 3 - 4 (Evans, Pfiester, Snell, and Sansing opposed) Motion failed. Motion by Pfiester, second by Sansing to approve the application for the grant funds to install security cameras. Approved 4-3 (Navarrette, Noble, and Smith opposed) City Council Meeting Minutes/April 8, 2003 Page 3 of 9 Pages P-2 Consideration and possible action to approve the purchase of a trailer, custom made for the purpose of displaying pets for adoption at various sites away from the Animal Shelter, for no more than $22,000 from Jones Trailer Company of Woodson, Texas -- Ken Finn, Animal Services Director and Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager (pulled by Doug Smith) Smith asked and Yantis explained the need for the trailer. There was discussion. It was determined that the funding for the trailer is from donated money from the Animal Outreach Organization. Motion by Sansing, second by Noble to approve the purchase. There was further discussion regarding percentages of euthanization. Vote on Motion: Approved 7-0. O Consideration and possible action to approve the appointment of a Council Subcommittee to deal with the ethics complaint from Keith Peshak regarding Councilmember Farley Snell -- Mayor Gary Nelon Nelon explained the item and asked for Council's direction. Val Harbolovic, Logan Ranch Road, asked for a binding referendum to allow the citizens to vote on whether to have an airport or not. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, said his complaint is against the Mayor and Council, not just against Farley Snell. He explained his reasons for objecting to the Council's actions regarding the Airport. He called for a permanent ethics board. Fred List, 444 Logan Ranch Road, repeated his complaints against Snell about never allowing him to speak when he attended the community meetings and complained about the noise and the shadows of airplanes over his property. Motion by Navarrette, second by Noble to table the item. Approved 7-0. R Consideration and possible action on the Seventh Amendment to the Del Webb Development Agreement, including a water and wastewater utility agreement between the City and Del Webb and possible reconsideration of the Special Conditions attached to the Seventh Amended Concept Plan -- Paul Brandenburg, City Manager Mayor recused himself. Mayor Pro Tem Smith conducted the item for Council's consideration. Brandenburg gave a slide presentation regarding the agreements with Del Webb. Brandenburg said Del Webb has agreed to provide $2 million in cash to the City in lieu of providing a bond for that amount. Ellie Skross, 30106 Carmel Bay, representing the Downtown Georgetown Association, asked Council not to approve the proposed agreements with Del Webb, expressing concern about the long-range water supply for the City. Betty Jukes, 187 Dove Hollow Trail, reminded everyone that Sun City is a part of Georgetown. She said Sun City residents spend money in Georgetown, volunteer in all areas of the City, and represent approximately 6,000 citizens. Renee Hanson, 1252 Austin Avenue, representing the Heart of Georgetown Neighborhood Association Board, said the original Sun City development was an advantage to Georgetown with no additions to the school district, but because the current proposed agreement is not age -restricted, there will be increased need for schools. She disagreed with the formula being used for Del Webb to make a down payment for the future water and also said the surety should be for the full amount owed. Noble asked and Briggs clarified that the commitment for potable water supply is approximately 18% of availability, with non -potable being a little greater than 30%, combined to be near 23%, through the full-term of the agreement, not taking into account any future water supplies that may be developed. Pfiester confirmed with Briggs that there is no discharge water being sent to the site at this time. Charles Graham, 134 Warbler Way, said he thinks the issues have been clarified and it is now time for the Council to accept the figures and "move on." He said the people at Sun City are citizens and wish to be treated as such. City Council Meeting Minutes/April 8, 2003 Page 4 of 9 Pages Patty Eason, 1401 S. College Street, said she is concerned about Amendment 7 and the impact on District 1 which will decrease jobs for District 1 by diverting economic development to Sun City. She said she feels allowing these incentives to Del Webb is unfair because all other developers have to go through the City's process. She expressed concern that the agreement doesn't provide for a high enough payment from Del Webb for reserved water. She said she was glad the agreement was brought to the public for discussion. John Kirby, 121 Poppy Hills Cove, told Council as a candidate he is being asked where he stands regarding this issue. He said he would not support Georgetown debt financing a development such as this unless there were guaranteed annual "catch-up" payments backed by appropriate surety. He said Georgetown has no business guaranteeing water to any area of town in a way that would potentially deprive others of those same rights. Noble said he is hearing people talk like we're running out of water and it's time to decide what to do as to whether to allow any more subdivisions. Sansing said there is a lot of misinformation going around. He said water for Sun City doesn't deprive any other areas because the City still has the right to pull the water when needed. He said he doesn't think there is any danger of running out of water and no need for a moratorium. Snell asked Carls to explain the surety. She referred Council to Page 5 of the draft amendment and noted that she would also like to address some of the questions that came up at the workshop yesterday. She explained the surety, and at Evans' question, she assured Council that there is provision in the amendment for drawing against the surety. There were questions from the Council and further discussion regarding the fact that the water/wastewater agreement is now coming as an attachment to the seventh amendment rather than being a separate document. Carls clarified that Exhibit A (the Water/Wastewater Agreement) is freely assignable and could be given to the purchaser of the northern lands. Phillip Schmandt of Jones Day, representing Del Webb, referred Council to Paragraph 8 of the Seventh Amendment on Page 7, where he said it is agreed that Del Webb will pay the stranded costs before the land is sold, then once the stranded costs are paid, the City will not care who buys the land, only how the land will be developed; and, that will come back to the Council for platting. There was further discussion. Evans asked Kerry Russell, City's special counsel on utility matters, about the assignability. Russell said the assignability clause that is in the seventh amendment is necessary and standard language for an agreement of this type and he agreed that the clause should be carried forward to the water/wastewater agreement. Gary Newman, of Del Webb, responded to the Council's request to explain why Del Webb doesn't want the assignability clause in the water/wastewater agreement. Newman said Del Webb has paid the stranded costs so the City has been paid back for the infrastructure up to that land. He noted that any new developer would need to come forward for plat approval. Pfiester said he thought the words, "will not unreasonably withhold," should be added to the agreement. Smith asked for clarification about the $2 million cash in lieu of fiscal surety. Yantis and Carls directed Council to the end of paragraph C on page 6. Navarrette asked for clarification of the historical Del Webb commitments. Rundell explained how the orignal SIP fee was calculated. Kerry Russell explained that "firm commitment" is not a transfer of rights, but is a firm commitment that the amount of water will be made available from the City's overall water supply not from a specific water right that the City owns, and it will be a City determination as to from where it gets the water. There was further discussion. Pfiester said everytime we buy water it gets more expensive and the water that was recently reserved from the LCRA river basin was 50% higher for the reserved rate than was the reserved water from the Brazos River Authority. Carls said they used the more expensive rate for the pricing of the addtional water supply, but not under the "firm." Motion by Snell, second by Pfiester to approve the April 8 version of the Seventh Amendment to the Development Agreement with Del Webb for the development of Sun City, including all exhibits and including the Concept Plan as finally clarified and approved by Council. Carls explained the differences in the conditions that had been in the Concept Plan two weeks ago. She said there were three conditions attached to the Concept Plan, the first being that the Concept Plan would not go forward until these agreements are approved, the second condition being a traffic impact assessment (TiA) update, and the third condition relating to schools. She said in the current version of the agreement, the language has changed slightly from the orignal motion. She said if the Concept Plan becomes void upon the sale of the sold lands, that it is important that the condition not expire in regard to City Council Meeting Minutes/April 8, 2003 Page 5 of 9 Pages the TIA . She said with regard to schools, Del Webb and staff asked for the clarification that any subsequent owner be required to either "sell or provide" land for schools. Motion by Pfiester, second by Evans to amend the Exhibit A, Water/Wastewater Agreement, at paragraph 1 C on page 2 (firm commitment water) to substitute from paragraph 5, page 5 of the System Water Availaibility Agreement for Colorado River Basin Water between BRA and City "the reserve water charge" to what will be called "the Alliance Rate" of $52.50 per acre/foot. At this point there was a pause for technical difficulties with the City Secretary's computer. Todd Janssen with Del Webb said they are seeking the BRA rate for the additonal water because it is water that was already committed. Noble said the agreement with Del Webb was a partnership to begin with and the Council can't keep changing the rate. Newman said Del Webb doesn't like the concept of going backwards. He said that would be an economic impact for them. Vote on amendment: 3 - 4 (Navarrette, Noble, Smith and Sansing opposed) Amendment failed. Motion by Pfiester, second by Evans to amend the original motion to change the potable water percentage from 10% to 100%. Janssen said Del Webb looked at the total availability of potable water to Georgetown, saying that water will sit there for years and the City will collect nothing. He said the Del Webb proposal to pay 10% is money the City wouldn't otherwise receive. He said this is money for reservation water that won't be collected from anyone else. Sansing asked and Briggs responded that the cost of acquriing water is included in the charge to every consumer of water. He said there is no one else paying "in addition to." Phillip Schmandt, representing Del Webb, demonstrated a chart of water/wastewater commitments. There was further discussion. Snell said he is upset that he is having to pay for future water for developers to come in and use for whatever they want to build. Vote on amendment: 2-5 (Navarrefte, Noble, Snell, Smith, and Sansing opposed) Amendment failed. Motion by Sansing, second by Pfiester to amend the original motion to change the potable water percentage from 10% to 50%. There was discussion. Briggs clarified that this would be 50% of the Stillhouse rate on potable water. Approved 4-3 (Smith, Noble and Navarrefte opposed) Motion by Pfiester, second by Evans to change the rate on non -potable water percentage to 50% but the amount of water is to be reduced annually by the amount of effluent discharge that is provided to the project. Janssen said the City is asking Del Webb to pay for reservation water and then will charge them again for the water when it is delivered. Noble said until "we" show that we're open for business, then we're not. Snell asked the source for the non -potable water. Briggs responded that it comes from two ground water wells near the Airport. There was further discussion.. Vote on amendment: 2-5 (Navarrette, Noble, Snell, Smith and Sansing opposed) Amendment failed. Motion by Snell, second by Pfiester to amend to make the Water/Wastewater Agreement assignable with City Council approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. Carls clarified Snell's motion. There was discussion. Vote on amendment: Approved 5-2. (Noble and Sansing opposed) Motion by Navarrette, second by Pfiester to amend the Original Motion (page 8 of 7th amendment, last City Council Meeting Minutes/April 8, 2003 Page 6 of 9 Pages paragraph) to include one elementary school site (15 acres to be donated) and provision for two middle schools with the sites to be purchased by the School District.. Smith said he had previously made a motion for school sites and it was approved and is included in the draft amendment. Newman said in November Del Webb came to Council with schools and Council rejected that Concept Plan, and now they have come back with active adult and Council is asking for schools. There was further discussion. Motion by Snell, second by Sansing to call the question. Approved 7-0. Vote on amendment: 2-5. (Evans, Noble, Snell, Smith, and Sansing opposed) Amendment failed. There were comments from the Councilmembers. Vote on Original Motion: Approved 7-0. Motion by Snell, second by Navarrette to suspend the rule regarding reconsideration of a motion within 90 days. Approved 7-0. Motion by Snell, second by Evans to reconsider Item T from the March 11, 2003 meeting which stated: Consideration and possible action on a Concept Plan for 5300 acres, more or less, out of the F. Foy, L. Dyches, B. Eaves, W. Roberts, M. Lewis, R. Jenkins, L. Russell, A. Short, G. Thompson, W. Wilkinson and D. Monroe Surveys, to be known as Del Webb 7th Amended Concept Plan, located between Shell Road, Williams Drive, CR 245, and SH 195, with variances to the Subdivision Regulations. Approved 7-0. Motion by Snell, second by Evans to clarify the second and third conditions of approval of the Seventh Amendment Concept Plan as follows: (a) restate the second condition of the original motion as follows: that the Concept Plan, if it does become effective, include a note stating that the Northwest Quadrant Traffic Impact Assessment by Kirkham Michael and Associates, in 1994, shall be implemented or updated as a precondition of platting and this condition shall not expire when a portion of the land is sold or otherwise, unless released by the City; (b) restate the third condition of the original motion as follows: that if sections three, four, and five are developed as non -age restricted, the developer or owner shall negotiate in good faith to sell or provide acreage for schools, and this condition shall also not expire if any portion of the lands are sold or otherwise, unless released by the City; and these will go on the Concept Plan and match the language of the Seventh Amendment to the Development Agreement. Approved 7-0. Newman thanked the Council, City staff, Sun City Advisory Council, and the citizens of Georgetown. 9:48 p.m. -- recessed 9:56 p.m. -- resumed S Consideration and possible action related to the presentation of the results of the Brangus Ranch area drainage study and recommended actions -- Mark Miller, Director of Transportation Services and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations Briggs recalled for Council that, at a previous Council Meeting, some people who live outside the City expressed concern about drainage problems focusing on The Reserve at Berry Creek, but Briggs said there was also some water occurring from a portion of Serenada. John Aldredge explained the study that was done that determined there was a significant drainage problem and recommended a solution. He said a price from the engineering firm and a contract would come back to Council at a future meeting. Briggs said the contract would go to GUS Advisory and then come to Council. T Consideration and possible action to approve a resolution opposing legislation that would remove exemptions to the Vested Rights Statute, Chapter 245 -- Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services This item was pulled. U Public Hearings for Annexation City Council Meeting Minutes/April 8, 2003 Page 7 of 9 Pages Public Hearing on an ordinance providing for the annexation into the City 103.50 acres, more or less, in the Clement Stubblefield Survey, located at the southwest corner of the intersection of IH 35 and State Highway 29 -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Polasek explained the item and said this annexation originally was for 101 acres. The public hearing was opened at 10:06 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 10:06 p.m. Public Hearing on an ordinance providing for the annexation into the City 0.68 acres, more or less, in the Clement Stubblefield Survey, located near the southwest corner of the intersection of IH 35 and State Highway 29 -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Polasek explained the item. The public hearing was opened at 10:07 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 10:07 p.m. 3. Public Hearing on an ordinance providing for the annexation into the City of 16.00 acres in the William Addison Survey, located south of the intersection of County Road 188 and State Highway 29 -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Polasek explained the item. The public hearing was opened at 10:08 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 10:08 p.m. 4. Public Hearing on an ordinance providing for the annexation into the City of Block 1, Lot 22-A, San Gabriel Estates Subdivision, located north of the intersection of Booty's Crossing Road and Kathi Lane -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Polasek explained the item. The public hearing was opened at 10:09 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 10:09 p.m. V Georgetown Village Planned Unit Development District #1 1. Public Hearing to consider the proposed addition of 50.38 acres of land (Section 7 of the Georgetown Village Planned Unit Development Subdivision) to the Georgetown Village Planned Unit Development Public Improvement District #1 -- Patricia E. Carls, City Attorney Carls explained the item. The public hearing was opened at 10:10 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 10:10 p.m. 2. Consideration and possible action to approve a resolution making certain findings in connection with the proposed addition of 50.38 acres of land (Section 7 of the Georgetown Village Subdivision) to the Georgetown Village Planned Unit Development Public Improvement District related to the advisability of the improvements, the nature of the improvements, the boundaries of the proposed district, the method of assessment, and the apportionment of cost between the District and the City as a whole -- Patricia E. Carls, City Attorney Carls said the resolution would be finalized with the addition of the metes and bounds. Carls explained the purpose of the PID which is to raise money to maintain certain non -city improvements, such as parks, alleyways. Motion by Evans, second by Sansing to approve the resolution. Approved 7-0. W Second Readings 1. Second Reading of an Ordinance to amend Section 13.04.120 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Georgetown entitled "Rates and Charges - Water Schedule" -- Glenn Dishong, Water Services Manager and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations Dishong read only the caption on second reading. Motion by Evans, second by Navarrette to approve Ordinance No. 2003-20. Approved 7-0. 2. Second Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning Crestview Addition, Unit 1, Block 2, Lot 6, from RS, City Council Meeting Minutes/April 8, 2003 Page 8 of 9 Pages Residential Single Family to RM -3, Office and Service Use, or more restrictive district, located at 1612 Williams Drive -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Sondgeroth read only the caption on second reading. Motion by Smith, second by Navarrette to approve Ordinance No. 2003-21. Approved 7-0. 10:15 p.m. -- Motion to adjourn The meeting was adjourned at 10:15 PM. Appved mayor G. ry Nelon City Council Meeting Minutes/April 8, 2003 Page 9 of 9 Pages Attes . City Secretary Sandra ee