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MIN 04.22.2003 CC-RThe City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, met in Regular Session on the above date with Mayor Gary Nelon presiding. 7 Council Present: 11 Council Absent: Llorente Navarrette, Gabe Sansing, Doug Smith, Sam Pfiester Jack Noble, Farley Snell, Ken Evans Staff Present: -------- -- Paul Brandenburg, City Manager; Trish Carls, City Attorney; Sandra Lee, City Secretary; Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager; Terry Jones, Support Services Manager; There was no Policy Development/Review Workshop held at this meeting. Regular Session to convene and continue Executive Session, if necessary Executive Session There was no Executive Session held at this meeting. Regular Session E Called to order at 6:00 p.m. Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Nelon led the Pledge. G Comments from the dais regarding the following items: - Welcome to Audience and Opening Comments -- Mayor Gary Nelon Mayor Nelon welcomed the audience and gave a brief outline of meeting procedures. - Announcement of two vacancies on the Board of Adjustments Mayor Nelon announced the two vacancies. - Proclamation for the 60th Anniversary of the Williamson County and Cities Health District Mayor Nelon read the proclamation and presented it to Lettie Lee, the City Council's representative to the Williamson County and Cities Health District. H Announcements and Comments from City Manager Brandenburg gave an announcement about the early voting schedule for the May 3 General/Special Election. Brandenburg announced that the Red Poppy Festival would be held on April 26 and 27 in downtown City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 1 of 9 Pages Georgetown. Citizens Wishing to Address Council 1 - Rick Denison, Boy Scouts of America, regarding a request for a variance to the City of Georgetown Code of Ordinances concerning discharging firearms in the San Gabriel Park Denison spoke to Council about requesting a variance to allow the Boy Scouts to use b.b. guns in San Gabriel Park at the Boy Scout Day Camp to be held in the park in June. He provided a packet of information about the proposed camp activities. The Mayor suggested that the Scouts should make an alternate plan for this year because in order for the Council to allow the b.b. guns, an ordinance would have to be amended which would take two readings at two separate Council meetings and probably would not be complete in time for this year's activities. 2 - Brad Thomas, 102 Oakmont Court, regarding Code Enforcement: Portable basketball goals deemed to be public nuisances. Thomas said he lives on a cul de sac and has periodically placed a portable basketball goal in front of his home since Christmas of 1995. He said recently his goal was confiscated and he was issued a ticket. He said the goal is easily moved and asked the Council to clarify the ordinance to indicate specifically what is and what isn't allowed on a cul de sac. 3 - Kendall Young, 140 Scissortail Trail, regarding appreciation of contributions made by outgoing councilmen. Young said he wished there could be more gratitude expressed to outgoing councilmembers. He congratulated outgoing Councilmember Llorente Navarrette and commended him for his service to the City. He said he had some nice things to say about outgoing Councilmember Sam Pfiester, but since Councilmember Pfiester was absent from the meeting, he did not share that information. 4 - B. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, regarding plan to extend the airport runway through Golden Oaks subdivision to Gabriel Heights, and other legal matters. Peshak displayed an airport layout plan saying that it contained the Mayor's signature which means it was approved by the Council. He claimed that the subdivisions of Golden Oaks and Gabriel Heights and two churches would need to be removed due to plans to expand the Georgetown Airport. Don Dison, 607 Esparada, acknowledged Navarrette and Pfiester for their service to the City. He said 120 days ago he had asked Council for approval of a lease. He said he is disappointed that the lease request is not on this agenda for Council action. Action from Executive Session on April 21, 2003 Motion by Navarrette, second by Noble to authorize City staff to extend an offer to the Georgetown Country Club for the purchase of approximately six acres of land for the purpose of constructing a trail in an amount not to exceed the appraised fair market value of the land and to take any other necessary actions to complete the property acquisition consistent with this motion. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) Consideration and possible action to approve the minutes of the Council Workshop on Monday, April 7, the Special Joint Workshopo with the Economic Development Commission on Tuesday, April 8, and the Council Meeting on Tuesday, April 8, 2003 -- Shirley Rinn, Deputy City Secretary and Sandra D. Lee, City Secretary K Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution supporting House Bill 1427 and Senate Bill 1582 to allow political subdivisions of the State of Texas to authorize the trapping, transporting, and transplanting of white -tail deer found within the boundaries of the political subdivision without obtaining a permit or license from the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife -- Paul Brandenburg, City Manager L Consideration and possible action to approve a $25,000 grant for Kid City Summer Camp from the Rural City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 2 of 9 Pages Capital Workforce Commission at no cost to the City -- Traci Stengle, Superintendent of Special Services and Randy Morrow, Director of Parks and Recreation M Consideration and possible action regarding the annual contract renewal for the Invision Maintenance Agreement with Incode, Inc. -- Micki Rundell, Director of Finance and Administration N Consideration and possible action to accept the City's Quarterly Investment Report for both the City of Georgetown and the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC) for the quarter ended March 31, 2003 -- Laurie Brewer, Controller and Micki Rundell, Director of Finance and Administration Motion by Sansing, second by Evans to approve the Consent Agenda in its entirety. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) Legislative Regular Agenda O Consideration and possible action for the review and approval of the janitorial services specifications for the purpose of soliciting bids -- Terry Jones, Support Services Manager and Micki Rundeli, .Director of Finance and Administration Jones noted that he had provided a revised set of specifications in the agenda packet, and explained the "best value statement" and the awarding of points to qualify for being awarded the bid. He also pointed out the addition of a criminal background check. Smith suggested and Jones agreed to add points for "locally -owned" businesses. Navarrette said he would like to see a "criminal background check" initiated in all hirings for City departments such as people hired for "day labor." Rundell clarified that most of the day labor is for field positions who are supervised and not left alone in City facilities. Noble asked for clarification for the preference to be given to locally -owned businesses. Jones said the three percent would be factored into the price submitted by the local vendor. Carls suggested that the specifications could be adjusted to reflect the statement that the three percent allowed by the state will be a part of the bid process. Motion by Snell, second by Navarrette to approve the specifications with the suggested revisions. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) P Consideration and possible action regarding a procedure for applications for social services funding -- Councilmembers Ken Evans, Jack Noble, and Farley Snell This item was pulled from consideration. Q Consideration and possible action to approve a resolution encouraging the recognition of "Matricula Consular" identification cards issued by the Mexican Consulate -- David Morgan, Police Chief Morgan read the resolution. Navarrette and Snell asked for clarification of the purposes for this particular idenfitication. Morgan emphasized that this identification is being encouraged from a public safety standpoint specifically to facilitate the coming forward of witnesses to a crime without fear of being turned over to the immigration authorities. It was suggested that clarifying language be added to the resolution for Council consideration on a future agenda. R Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution to create a cooperative purchasing agreement with the City of Temple, Texas -- Anthony Lincoln, Fire Chief This item was pulled from consideration at this time. S Consideration of approval of the purchase of thermal imaging cameras through a cooperative purchasing agreement with the City of Temple, Texas, in the amount of $32,500 -- Anthony Lincoln, Fire Chief This item was pulled from consideration at this time. T Georgetown Municipal Airport 1. Consideration and possible action to authorize staff to include the project to provide two-way City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 3 of 9 Pages traffic on Taxiway A in the Entitlement Grant Project -- Travis McLain, Airport Manager and Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager Yantis explained that the Airport Advisory Board would like an opportunity to revisit this project in order to further explain it at a later time. McLain explained the purpose of the item. He said the expansion of the runway is for the purpose of public safety. He demonstrated a map to show the location of the proposed parallel taxiway and demonstrated the difficulty for two airplanes to approach each other on the taxiway. Evans said the Council has voted not to expand the airport. He asked if this item is an attempt to expand the airport. He asked also if this puts the Airport further under the control of the FAA. McLain responded that the purpose of the item is to provide safety. He said the Council has already accepted the Entitlement Grant and this would be a further piece of that grant. Yantis said the recent resolution put forth by Snell several meetings back attempted to further define "expansion." Noble asked and Yantis explained that this is a part of a 90-10 match that Council approved but asked that this item be brought back for further explanation. Snell asked and Yantis explained that the AAB will consider an alternative "pull -off" area that could be incorporated to accomplish the same goal as this parallel taxiway. Doug Anderson, 112 Juniper Street, noted that four citizens had met with David Fulton and Michelle Hannah from the Texas Department of Transportation Aviation Division, and asked them about their plans for a regional airport. He said Fulton and Hannah told them they are looking at sites east of Interstate 35, for example, in Pflugerville. He said Peshak took them to the Airport and explained that there is plenty of room on the taxiway except where there is a flight school. Anderson recommended that Council go out to the airport and look around. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, said he owns an aircraft like McLain demonstrated, and he said there is 11 feet of clearance for two similar planes to pass on the taxiway. He said he believes the purpose of putting in a larger taxiway would be to allow larger aircraft. He said he feels there is no need for an additional taxiway. Snell said he would oppose this additional taxiway, mainly because it would physically change the layout of the airport. He said he thinks if it is really needed, it will come up again in the revised Airport Master Plan. He said he doesn't see it as a safety issue. Evans said he is against it because it looks like a reason to use "free money." Noble agreed with Evans saying he sees it as an incremental expansion of the airport. Sansing said he doesn't think it is an expansion and does see it as a safety issue because there is no ground control, but agreed the issue should go back to the AAB. Motion by Smith, second by Navarrette to deny the expansion. Approved 5-1. (Sansing opposed/Pfiester absent) 2. Consideration and possible action to approve a six (6) month extension to the Construction Completion Deadline for Microfusion, Inc. at 302 Wright Brothers Drive -- Travis McLain, Airport Manager and Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager McLain explained that this is an extension to a construction completion deadline and that the owner has a contract with Scott and White. Snell clarified that this lease was first signed in 2000 and this project is about 18 months off schedule. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, with an additional three minutes from Doug Anderson, demonstrated that the Airport Layout Plan has not been followed. He said Council always seems to allow the requested variances. Doug Anderson, 112 Juniper, said he would like to see what has been accomplished on this project and why there needs to be additional time. Joe Mlnarovic of Microfusion, the applicant, told Council that the lease agreement was signed approximately three years ago. He said Scott and White will house a medivac helicopter at this location. He said a temporary pad and temporary office facility was installed for them. He said he has invested $50,000 in field materials in the last 18 months to facilitate the construction of a large building. He said he has also paid numerous utility and tap fees. He said the building plans have City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 4 of 9 Pages been submitted to the City. There were questions from the Council. Motion by Snell, second by Sansing to approve the extension. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) U Consideration and possible action to set a Public Hearing date in order to receive public comment regarding proposed changes to the Utility Impact Fees for Water and Wastewater -- Larry Brown, Chairperson, Impact Fee Review Committee and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations Briggs explained that six months ago an Impact Fee Committee was appointed by the Council. He said the Committee has met and he introduced the Chair, Larry Brown, who explained the recommendations from the Committee, including a public hearing to be held on June 10, 2003. Brown expressed his appreciation to the other members of the Impact Fee Committee composed of John Gavurnik, Kendall Young, Jack Hunnicutt, Stanley Bland, and Marion Jones, with the assistance of Tony Bagwell of HDR Engineering. Motion by Evans, second by Smith to set the public hearing for June 10, 2003. Approved 5-1. (Sansing opposed/Pfiester absent) Kendall Young, 140 Scissortail Trail, recounted the activities of the Committee and the process for developing the recommendations. He commended Micki Rundell. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, said since the discussion is about water, he wanted Council to know that there is an overflowing toilet in a hangar at the Airport. V Forwarded from Georgetown Utility System Advisory Board Consideration and possible action to approve the purchase in the amount of $157,553.90 for one (1) Tymco Street Sweeper and two (2) Vibromax asphalt paving rollers as part of the HGAC Contract -- Mark Miller, Transportation Services Manager and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations Miller explained the item. Motion by Evans, second by Smith to approve the purchase. Sansing asked for the method of allocating the 1/4 cent sales tax to purchase these items. Miller said the equipment will be purchased with funds from the General Fund, and the 1/4 cent sales tax money will be spent on asphalt paving material. There were further questions. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) W Consideration and possible action on a Public Review Final Plat for a resubdivision of a portion of Berry Creek Section Five and all of Sybert Subdivision, being 43.97 acres in the William Roberts Survey, to be known as Berry Creek Section Five, Phase One Subdivision, located off Hwy 195 and St. Andrews Drive — Melissa McCollum, Development Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services McCollum explained the item, saying the previous plats presented in 1985 were never built out. She said this is a new plat and recalled that at the last meeting, Council had asked for an offset of Chi Chi Drive and requested access be granted to Vicki Sybert, and those changes are now shown on the plat. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, again displayed the Airport Layout Plan and asked why Council would approve an additional new subdivision that would be in the flight path of the Airport. Arnold Wieder, 30120 Briarcrest Drive, representing the Berry Creek Homeowners Association, said he concurs with the changes made to Exhibit C, showing the offset of Chi Chi Drive. He spoke to Council about the lack of any information regarding the location of the mailbox stations. He asked for the procedure for locating the mailbox stations. Don Bizzell, the engineer, said, in response to Peshak's concern about the flight path of the Airport, said the developer doesn't have any plans for houses that are 157 feet tall. He also responded that the mailbox locations are designated by the Post Office at the construction phase and the locations will be submitted to Council for approval at that time. Motion by Smith, second by Navarrette to approve the Public Review Final Plat. Sansing noted that he would vote againist putting any additional houses around the Airport. Noble asked and Carls responded that the plat complies with the Subdivision Regulations. Approved 4-2. (Noble and Sansing opposed/Pfiester absent) City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 5 of 9 Pages X Consideration and possible action on a Detailed Development Plan for 4.328 acres in the Joseph Fish Survey, to be known as Woodlake Commercial Subdivision, Lot 4, located on Wildwood Circle, and Master Landscape, Architectural and Signage Plan for the commercial area — Carla Benton, Development Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Benton explained the item and noted that the first site plan was designated to contain the proposed master plan, including landscaping, architectural plan, building materials, and signage plan. She said there was a traffic impact analysis done and the Detailed Development Plan was approved unanimously at the Planning and Zoning Commission. Motion by Snell, second by Evans to approve the Detailed Development Plan. Navarrette suggested that the developer meet with Yantis regarding a "Welcome to Georgetown" sign at that location. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) 7:53 p.m. -- recessed 8:00 p.m. -- reconvened Y Public Hearings for Annexation 1. 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 Development Services Polasek explained that this is the second public hearing for this annexation. The public hearing was opened at 8:02 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 8:02 p.m. 2. Public Hearing on an ordinance providing for the annexation into the City 0.68 acres 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 Development Services Polasek explained that this is the second public hearing for this annexation. The public hearing was opened at 8:02 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 8:02 p.m. 3. Public Hearing on an ordinance providing for the annexation into the 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 Development Services Polasek explained that this is the second public hearing for this annexation. The public hearing was opened at 8:03 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 8:03 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 Development Services Polasek explained that this is the second public hearing for this annexation. The public hearing was opened at 8:03 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 8:04 p.m. Z Second Readings 1. Second Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning of a 4.75 acre tract in the Joseph Fish Survey, from A, Agricultural, to RM -3, Residential Office and Service Use, or more restrictive district, located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Penny Lane and Williams Drive (FM 2338) -- Bobby Ray, Chief Development Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Ray read only the caption of Ordinance No. 2003-22 on second reading. Motion by Noble, second by Sansing to approve the ordinance on second reading. Approved 6-0. 2. Second Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning of a 4.76 acre tract in the Joseph Fish Survey, from A, Agricultural, to RM -3, Residential Office and Service Use, or more restrictive district, located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Penny Lane and Williams Drive (FM 2338) -- Bobby Ray, Chief Development Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 6 of 9 Pages Ragsdale explained the purpose of the ordinance and read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Noble asked and Ragsdale clarified the 25 -cent increase in service charge. Smith and Evans questioned the service charge on bank drafting and paying by credit cards. There was further discussion with the consultants about the industrial and the economic development rates. Motion by Smith, second by Evans to approve on first reading. Motion by Sansing, second by Noble to amend the original motion to remove the 25 -cent service charge from residential bills. Approved 4-2. (Evans and Snell opposed/Pfiester absent) Vote on the amended original motion: Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) Evans asked that the impact of removing the 25 -cent fee be brought back to Council. First Reading of an ordinance to amend Chapter 6.16 and add new section 9.12.030 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Georgetown pertaining to "Peddlers and Solicitors" to prohibit City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 7 of 9 Pages Development Services Ray read only the caption of Ordinance No. 2003-23 on second reading. Motion by Noble, second by Navarrette to approve the ordinance on second reading. Approved 6-0. 3. Second Reading of an Ordinance for a Century Plan Amendment, from the existing Intensity Level 2 to the proposed Intensity Level 4, for 4.75 acres out of the Joseph Fish Survey, located off FM 2338 (Williams Drive), and Penny Lane. — David Munk, Development Engineer and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Munk read only the caption of the ordinance on second reading. Motion by Evans, second by Sansing to approve Ordinance No. 2003-24 on second reading. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) 4. Second Reading of an Ordinance for a Century Plan Amendment from the existing Intensity Level 2 to the proposed Intensity Level 4, for 4.76 acres out of the Joseph Fish Survey, located off FM 2338 (Williams Drive), and Penny Lane. — David Munk, Development Engineer and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Munk read only the caption of the ordinance on second reading. Motion by Snell, second by Sansing to approve Ordinance No. 2003-25 on second reading. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) 5. Second Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning 23.42 acres within Berry Creek Section 5from RS, Residential Single -Family, R -P, Residential Planned, and C-1,Local Commercial to RS, Residential Single -Family, or more restrictive district, located on the West side of SN 195 and east of Kingsway Road -- Bobby Ray, Chief Development Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services Ray read only the caption of the ordinance on second reading. Motion by Evans, second by Navarrette to approve Ordinance No. 2003-26 on second reading. Approved 4-2. (Noble and Sansing opposed/Pfiester absent) AA First Readings 1. First Reading of an Ordinance to increase the insufficient check fee from $15 to the maximum allowable by state law, currently $25 per occurrence -- Laurie Brewer, Controller and Micki Rundell, Director of Finance and Administration Brewer explained the ordinance and read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Smith asked and Brewer responded that the City receives 250 to 300 insufficient checks per year. Motion by Navarrette, second by Noble to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) 2. First Reading of an Ordinance amending electric rates and rate structure to reflect the cost of providing service -- Kathy Ragsdale, Utility Office Director and Micki Rundell, Director of Finance and Administration Ragsdale explained the purpose of the ordinance and read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Noble asked and Ragsdale clarified the 25 -cent increase in service charge. Smith and Evans questioned the service charge on bank drafting and paying by credit cards. There was further discussion with the consultants about the industrial and the economic development rates. Motion by Smith, second by Evans to approve on first reading. Motion by Sansing, second by Noble to amend the original motion to remove the 25 -cent service charge from residential bills. Approved 4-2. (Evans and Snell opposed/Pfiester absent) Vote on the amended original motion: Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) Evans asked that the impact of removing the 25 -cent fee be brought back to Council. First Reading of an ordinance to amend Chapter 6.16 and add new section 9.12.030 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Georgetown pertaining to "Peddlers and Solicitors" to prohibit City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 7 of 9 Pages peddling and soliciting on private property, public streets, rights-of-way, or from medians in the street -- David Morgan, Police Chief Assistant Police Chief Keven Stofle read the entire ordinance. There was discussion. Motion by Evans, second by Sansing to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 5-1. (Snell opposed/Pfiester absent) BB Public Hearings and First Readings for Rezonings 1. Public Hearing to consider a Rezoning of 1.102 acres out of Block 3 of the City of Georgetown from RS, Residential Single-family to C-2, Downtown Commercial, or more restrictive district, located between Austin Avenue and Rock Street, north of 2nd Street -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray explained the rezoning request. The public hearing was opened at 8:28 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 8:28 p.m. 2. First Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning of 1.102 acres out of Block 3 of the City of Georgetown from RS, Residential Single-family to C-2, Downtown Commercial, or more restrictive district, located between Austin Avenue and Rock Street, north of 2nd Street -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray read the caption only of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Evans asked and John Gavurnik explained his plans for the property. He said his tentative plans are to do a restaurant and some retail and office complexes. Evans confirmed that his plans comply with Nore Winter's plans for the downtown area. Motion by Evans, second by Sansing to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) 3. Public Hearing to consider a Rezoning of .792, .692 and . 0028 acres out of the Joseph Fish Survey from A, Agricultural to C-1, Local Commercial, or more restrictive district, located at 4701 and 4711 Williams Drive (FM2338) north of Shell Road -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray explained the rezoning request. The public hearing was opened at 8:33 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 8:33 p.m. 4. First Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning of .792, .692 and .0028 acres out of the Joseph Fish Survey from A, Agricultural to C-1, Local Commercial, or more restrictive district, located at 4701 and 4711 Williams Drive (FM2338) north of Shell Road -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray read the caption only of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Motion by Noble, second by Sansing to approve on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) 5. Public Hearing to consider a Rezoning of 4.8194 acres out of the Lewis J. Dyches Survey from RS, Residential Single-family to C-3, General Commercial, or more restrictive district, located on the northbound frontage of IH -35 at 4111-4218 South IH -35 -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray explained the rezoning request. The public hearing was opened at 8:36 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 8:36 p.m. 6. First Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning of 4.8194 acres out of the Lewis J. Dyches Survey from RS, Residential Single-family to C-3, General Commercial, or more restrictive district, located on the northbound frontage of IH -35 at 4111-4218 South IH -35 -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray read the caption only of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Motion by Sansing, second by Smith to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) Public Hearing to consider the Rezoning of .996 acres out of the Lewis J. Dyches Survey from RS, City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 8 of 9 Pages Residential Single-family to C-3, General Commercial, or more restrictive district, located on the northbound frontage IH -35 south of the Inner Loop -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray explained the rezoning request. The public hearing was opened at 8:39 p.m. There were no comments. The public hearing was closed at 8:39 p.m. 8. First Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning of .996 acres out of the Lewis J. Dyches Survey from RS, Residential Single-family to C-3, General Commercial, or more restrictive district, located on the northbound frontage IH -35 south of the Inner Loop -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray read the caption only of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Motion by Sansing, second by Smith to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) CC First Reading of an ordinance for a Century Plan Amendment from Intensity Level 2 to Intensity Level 4 for 3 tracts of land as follows: 0.792 acres, 0.692 acres, and 0.0028 acres, out of the Joseph Fish Survey, located at 4701 and 4711 Williams Drive -- David Munk, Development Engineer and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Munk explained that the Planning and Zoning Commission approved this Century Plan Amendment. Munk read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Motion by Sansing, second by Snell to approve on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) DD Discussion and possible action to consider cancellation of the May 26th Council Workshop for Memorial Day -- Paul Brandenburg, City Manager Motion by Navarrette, second by Evans to cancel the May 26 Council Workshop. Approved 6-0. (Pfiester absent) 8:45 p.m. -- adjourned The meeting was adjourned at 08:45 PM. Appr ved Mayor G#r Nelon City Council Meeting Minutes/April 22, 2003 Page 9 of 9 Pages Atte ity Secretary Sandra Lee