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MIN 06.24.2003 CC-RThe City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, met in Regular Session on the above date with Mayor Gary Nelon presiding. Council Present: CouncilAbsent: Patty Eason, Gabe Sansing, Jack Noble, John l Doug Smith Kirby, Farley Snell, Ken Evans Paul Brandenburg, City Manager; Tom Yantis, Assistant City Manager; Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations; Trish Carls, City Attorney; Sandra Lee, City Secretary; Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Services; Micki Rundell, Director of Finance and Administration; Anthony Lincoln, Fire Chief; David Morgan, Police Chief, Officer Philip Paris, K-9 Officer; Glenn Dishong, Water/Wastewater Service Manager; David Munk, Development Engineer Policy Development/Review Workshop Regular Session to convene and continue Executive Session, if necessarij In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernons Texas Codes, Annotated, the items listed below will be discussed in closed session and are subject to action in the regular session that follows A Sec.551.071 consultation with attorney - Pending Litigation - Thomas L. Suarez, Jr. vs. city of Georgetown, Texas, City of Georgetown Police Department, Georgetown Police Sgt. Kelly Devoll, Georgetown Police Officer Jack Lacey, Matt Painter, Brian Grubbs, Cause No. 03-113-C368 in the 368th Judicial District Court of Williamson County, Texas - Matthew Painter and Brian Grubbs, Plaintiffs v. David Morgan, Individually and in his Official Capacity as Chief of Police of the Georgetown Police Department; Robert Hernandez, Individually and in his Official Capacity as Captain of the Georgetown Police Department; Gary Todd Terbush, Individually and in his Official Capacity as Lieutenant of the Georgetown Police Department, Georgetown Police Department, and the City of Georgetown, Defendants, Cause No. A03-CA-014JN, In the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division. - In the Matter of the Complaint of Oncor Electric Delivery Company Against Certain Cooperatives and Municipal Utilities and Petition for Enforcement of Financing Order, Docket No., before the Public Utility Commission of Texas (2003) - Potential Litigation/Settlement Offers - Don L. Dison Complaint to FAA - Legal Advice Regarding Agenda Items and other Matters - Legal issues related to the proposed SIMON Development Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding for Wolf Ranch Project B Sec.551.086 competitive matters - City Council will go into Executive Session under Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code to discuss matters or take action on a "competitive matter" of the Energy Services Department as provided for under Section 551.086 - Consideration and possible action to approve an amendment to the City's Wholesale Power Agreement with the Lower Colorado Authority (LCRA) -- Michael W. Mayben, Energy Services Manager and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations City Council Meeting Minutes/June 24, 2003 Page 1 of 8 Pages C Called to Order Called to order at 6:00 p.m. D Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Nelon led the Pledge. E 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 the meeting procedures. - Recognition of Ernest Lincoln as outgoing Executive Director of the Georgetown Housing Authority Mayor Nelon recognized Ernest Lincoln with a plaque for his service upon retirement after 34 years. Mayor Nelon announced that the following items would be pulled from consideration on this agenda: O, P, V-1, V-2, V-3 and V-4. F Announcements and Comments from City Manager Brandenburg announced that the Development Services Division won the APPA Planning Award for the Williams Drive Corridor Study G Citizens Wishing to Address Council A Sec.551.071 consultation with attorney Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, repeated what he said to the Council at the last Council Meeting, and said he doesn't believe what he was told regarding the cost of the agreement with Don Dison. - Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, regarding: "Burning our children alive, to qualify for a control tower for the airport" Peshak described what he predicts will happen because Council approved a change in the direction of approach to one of the runways at the Airport. H Action from Executive Session Motion by Sansing, second by Evans to authorize the approval of the revised "Exhibit A" attached to the LCRA's June 5, 2003 letter to the City relating to the 2003 Wholesale Power Agreement with LCRA. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) Motion by Sansing, second by Kirby to authorize the law firm of Brown and Carls to file a Response to Oncor Electric Delivery Company's Complaint Against Certain Cooperatives and Municipal Utilities and Petition for Enforcement of Financing Order. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) Motion by Sansing, second by Noble to authorize the law firm of Wright and Greenhill to make a settlement offer in the cse of Painter and Grubbs v. City of Georgetown, consistent with that firm's recommendation to Council on June 23, 2003. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) Statutory Consent Agenda I Consideration and possible action to approve the minutes of the Council Meetings on Monday, June 9 and Tuesday, June 10, 2003 -- Sandra D. Lee, City Secretary J Consideration and possible action on a Preliminary Plat for 8.09 acres in the John Berry Survey to be known as Chisholm Park, Section One, located on County Road 152 -- Carla Benton, Development Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development K Consideration and possible action to approve the purchase of system upgrades for the Criminal Investigations Division forensic computer including: software, hardware and training in an estimated amount of $9,790 using seized funds -- David Morgan, Police Chief L Consideration and possible action to approve a contract between the City of Georgetown and Georgetown City Council Meeting Minutes/June 24, 2003 Page 2 of 8 Pages Country Club for the long-term supply of reclaimed water for golf course irrigation -- Glenn Dishong, Water Services Manager and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations Snell asked who pays for the capital investment involved in getting the recycled water to the golf course and Dishong responded that the cost will be paid by the revenue collected from the reclaimed water customers (existing and new) and the reclaimed water system actually provides advantages to all water customers by expanding the system because it will reduce the amount of water discharged into the streams and will reduce reliance on the Edwards Aquifer and Lake Georgetown. He said the users pay fees directed toward the retirement of the debt. Motion by Noble, second by Kirby to approve the Consent Agenda in its entirety. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) M Consideration and possible action to approve the retirement of police service dog, "Kawan," from the Police Department K-9 Unit -- David Morgan, Police Chief Morgan introduced Kawan and his handler, Officer Philip Paris, and noted their accomplishments in the last six years. Motion by Kirby, second by Noble to approve the retirement. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) N Consideration and possible action to appoint a Task Force of youth and adults, as recommended by the Georgetown Project Youth Action Council, to investigate the possibility of developing a Teen Center for Georgetown -- Paul Brandenburg, City Manager Nelon explained that the Georgetown Project Youth Action Council had appeared before the Council at a workshop on Monday to present reasons to develop a teen center in Georgetown. He said the Youth Action Council asked that a specific list of adults and youth be appointed as a Task Force to investigate the possibility of developing a teen center. Nelon read the list of proposed members: Youths: Amanda Vasquez, Justin Smith, Kyle Kriegel, Amy Dickinson, Jennifer Daleiden, John Nehme, Tim Joslin and Stacy Hummel. Adults: Mark Ramsey, Randy Morrow, Carol Woods, Dave Murray, Charlie Crossfield, Gabe Sansing, a to -be -named Chamber of Commerce representative, Danny Swafford, and Rob and Mindy Baccus. Motion by Snell, second by Eason to appoint these people to the Task Force. Noble noted that he is proud of the presentation done by the youth at the workshop on Monday. Kirby said he also enjoyed the presentation, but was surprised to hear the statistics of how few of the teens in Georgetown are being reached by the churches in Georgetown and reflected that the religious institutions in Georgetown need to get involved in this project. He said he hopes that members of the Ministerial Alliance would ask to participate in this venture. Nelon noted that Sansing had expressed similar sentiment after the presentation on Monday. Brandenburg reiterated that the City is not obligated except to appoint the Task Force to initiate a community effort, saying he thinks it is a good idea to pursue it. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) O Consideration and possible action to approve a Memorandum of Understanding by and between the City of Georgetown, the City of Round Rock, and Simon Property Group regarding off-site roadway improvements to SH29 and IH35 southbound frontage road -- Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations This item was pulled from consideration on this agenda. P Consideration and possible action to approve a Development Agreement regarding the Wolf Ranch Development -- Trish Carls, City Attorney This item was pulled from consideration on this agenda. Q Consideration and possible action on acceptance of the Final Report on the Downtown Master Plan prepared by Nore Winter and Associates -- Renee Hanson, Vice Chair of the Downtown Master Plan Steering Committee; Paul Brandenburg, City Manager; and Mayor Gary Nelon Hanson thanked the members of the former City Council for standing firm on providing the budget for the Master Plan and thanked the current City Council for implementing the Plan. Evans and Noble commended Hanson and the others who worked on getting the Plan developed. Motion by Evans, second by Snell to accept the Final Report on the Downtown Master Plan. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) City Council Meeting Minutes/June 24, 2003 Page 3 of 8 Pages R Consideration and possible action regarding an addition to the lease for the telephone system with Verizon Communications for City Hall and Economic Development/CVB for $87,430.97, and remainder of the City facilities, not to exceed an additional $150,000 -- Dennis Schoenborn, Director of Information Schoenborn explained the item and said it is expected there will be cost savings for the phone service to the City of Georgetown offices. Motion by Snell, second by Kirby to approve the addition to the lease. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) S Consideration and possible action to purchase one (1) pumper truck from Pierce Manufacturing in the amount of $406,734.00 -- Clay Shell, Assistant Fire Chief and Anthony Lincoln, Fire Chief Lincoln explained the item. He said the purchase will be done through the 'Buy Board" similar to the Houston-Galvestion Area Contract bid where the equipment is already bid out but you can change the bid somewhat to fit your needs. He said that is the process used on the last few trucks that were purchased because it saves staff time. He said to lease the truck for seven years would be $50,000 per year, and Finance has advised that more money might be saved by combining the pumper truck into another fleet lease. He said the City is also working on a possible lease -purchase arrangement. Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, asked and Lincoln replied that the truck will have the capability of providing foam for fuel on fire, which Peshak says will be needed when two planes collide over Georgetown because of the change in direction on one of the Airport runways. Motion by Kirby, second by Snell to approve the purchase of the pumper truck. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) T Forwarded from the Georgetown Utility System Board (GUS Board) 1. Consideration and possible action to award a contract to Lewis Construction, Inc. for the replacement of the wastewater main on Lakeway Drive from Dawn Drive to Northwest Boulevard -- Glenn Dishong, Water/Wastewater Services Manager and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations Dishong explained the item and asked Council to approve a maximum price of $390,000. Snell asked and Dishong responded that this project would help people living on Dawn Drive. Sansing asked and Dishong responded that the extra cost above the bid is being put in the approval as contingency. Motion by Snell, second by Eason to approve the contract. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) 2. Consideration and possible action to award a contract to H. Deck Construction Company, for the rehabilitation of 7th and 8th Streets (Main Street to Austin Avenue) -- Mark Miller, Transportation Services Manager and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations Miller explained the item and displayed a large photo of the area to be included in the rehabilitation. He said most of the work will be done at night, beginning on July 8. Briggs said the City has talked to TXDOT about installing brick crosswalks, but TXDOT has said they would not approve. Briggs said he will continue to pursue that issue. Motion by Evans, second by Sansing to approve the rehabilitation. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) U Forwarded from the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC Board) Consideration and possible action to approve a contract between the City of Georgetown and HDR Engineering, Inc., for professional engineering services related to the State Highway 29 Southwest Bypass project -- Mark Miller, Transportation Services Manager and Jim Briggs, Assistant City Manager for Utility Operations Briggs explained the item. Iva Wolf McLachlan, 520 Wolf Road, said she owns property that will be affected by this project. She said the County had spent much money engineering the Inner Loop, and she suggested that the City coordinate with the County. City Council Meeting Minutes/June 24, 2003 Page 4 of 8 Pages Motion by Snell, second by Noble to approve the contract with HDR Engineering. Evans asked about previous engineering work done by the County. Brandenburg noted that he would speak to Commissioner David Hays to see about an interlocal agreement so the City can utilize work that has already been done. Evans asked and Briggs responded that it will be possible to use that information, but this contract with HDR contains the complete route from SH29 to IH35, further than the area engineered by the County. Snell noted that Council has not actually decided to do this project. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) V Second Readings 1. Second Reading of 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 SH 29 -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development This item was not considered on this agenda. Second Reading of an ordinance providing for the annexation into the City 0.68 acres in the Clement Stubblefield Survey, located near the southwest corner of the intersection of IH 35 and SH 29 -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development This item was not considered on this agenda. 3. Second Reading of an Ordinance for a Century Plan Amendment for 102.627 Acres out of the Clement Stubblefield Survey, to change the Intensity Level 3 to the proposed Level 5, and to modify the Thoroughfare Plan by shifting the proposed southern extension of CR 265 from the east to the west in order to connect to the proposed Southwest Inner Loop, located at the southwest corner of the intersection of IH -35 and SH 29 -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development This item was not considered on this agenda. 4. Second Reading of an Ordinance establishing a Planned Unit Development (PUD) for 102.627 acres out of the Clement Stubblefied Survey, Abstract No. 558, located at the southwest corner of State Highway 29 and I.H. 35 -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services This item was not considered on this agenda. 5. Second 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 Planning and Development Munk read the caption only on second reading. Motion by Sansing, second by Eason to approve Ordinance 2003-38 on second reading. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) W Public Hearings/First Readings 1. First Reading of an Ordinance amending the 2002/03 Annual Operating Plan Element (budget) for various adjustments relating to staff additions in the Police and Economic Development Divisions, capital projects and geographic information systems contracts -- Laurie Brewer, Controller and Micki Rundell, Director of Finance and Administration Brewer explained the adjustments and read only the caption of the ordinance after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Motion by Sansing, second by Evans to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) 2. First Reading of an ordinance amending Chapter 8.12 of the Georgetown Municipal Code relating to "Food Sanitation Regulations" -- Trish Carls, City Attorney Carls read only the caption of the ordinance after having satisfied the requirements of the City City Council Meeting Minutes/June 24, 2003 Page 5 of 8 Pages Charter and explained the item, saying that the regulation of food sanitation is done by the Williamson County and Cities Health District, and they have asked all the cities to bring their ordinances up to date, including new enforcement issues. Evans asked and Carls explained that although this is a City ordinance, the enforcement is done by the Williamson County and Cities Health District. Kay Kelley of the Williamson County and Cities Health District spoke about the new "red tag" procedure whereby a red notice will be placed in the front door or window of the restaurant that will give the public an indication that the restaurant has failed to meet the minimum standards of providing safe and sanitary food. She said a follow-up would be done within 48 hours to see that the infractions have been dealt with and the "red tag" would be removed, if possible. Sansing asked if there could also be an award incentive program. Kelley responded that the Health District has discussed this issue and the effort is to notify the public of infractions. Motion by Sansing, second by Noble to approve the ordinance subject to the ordinance being amended to add an award system. Approved 4-2 (Evans and Kirby opposed)(Smith absent) Carls noted that the amendment could be withdrawn on second reading, if necessary. 3. First Reading of an ordinance amending Section 2.56.050 of the Georgetown Code of Ordinances relating to the duties of the Airport Advisory Board -- Councilmember Farley Snell Snell read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. He said the new language acknowledges the interest of the neighbors, lays out the responsibilities of the board with greater clarity, and removes a phrase having to do with "advancement as an air transportation center." Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, said the City is giving away hangars for free but charging high rent and high av gas prices. Motion by Sansing, second by Kirby to approve the changes in the ordinance. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) 4. First Reading of an Ordinance to authorize the establishment and use of a cemetery within two miles of the City's municipal boundaries pursuant to S.B. 667 -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray explained the reason for the ordinance saying that it is the result of a request from St. Helen's Catholic Church to allow the cemetery. He read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Motion by Sansing, second by Kirby to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) Keith Peshak, 800 Oak Crest Lane, spoke to Council about flying a simulator. He encouraged Council to pass this item so they would have some capacity for burying people. 5. First Reading of an Ordinance for a Century Plan Amendment for 1.639 acres out of the Nicholas Porter Survey, to change the existing Intensity Level 3 to Intensity Level 4, and change the Future Land Use Plan and Williams Drive Corridor Study maps from Residential to Office/Retail/Commercial, located at 1504 Williams Drive -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and Development Polasek read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. He noted the location of the property and explained the reason for amending the intensity and the Future Land Use Plan and Williams Drive Corridor Study maps. Motion by Sansing, second by Noble to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) 6. First Reading of an Ordinance for a Century Plan Amendment for 307.848 acres out of the Isaac Donagan Survey and the Joseph Thompson Survey, from the existing Intensity Level 1 to Intensity Level 4, and to modify the Thoroughfare Plan by shifting the proposed SW3 Collector Level Road to the east property line and to modify the Future Land Use Plan by shifting the Commercial Node with the SW3 Collector Level Road, located at 2951 SH 29 West, 2.5 miles West of IH35 -- Ed Polasek, Chief Long -Range Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Planning and City Council Meeting Minutes/June 24, 2003 Page 6 of 8 Pages Development Polasek read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. He noted the location of the property and explained the purpose for amending the intensity level and modifying the Thoroughfare Plan and Future Land Use Plan. The applicant, Paul Linehan, said the application was done in April of last year when the City was working on the Unified Development Code. He said he has been working with staff on the alignment of the roadway and to mitigate the problems incurred in moving their road because of regional and environmental concerns, but the roadway realignment has changed their land use plan. He said he will work with the City on future annexation and will be pleased to follow the City rules and regulations. Iva McLachlan, 520 Wolf Road, told Council she owns the 650 -acre tract adjoining the project. She said the applicant changed his plan due to the proposed SH29 Bypass, saying that redirecting the roadway at this time is arbitrary and premature. She suggested there be a workshop to allow the interested parties to have more input and to allow more analysis of the plan. Noble noted and Briggs confirmed that this project is within 5000 feet of a study that is currently being done. Briggs said McLachlan is correct that it is still undetermined as to where the bypass will be located. Nelon confirmed with Linehan that he has been responding to staff. Linehan said he has done a detailed Traffic Impact Analysis and a detailed tree count in anticipation of annexation. Noble noted that the property is not within the city limits. He said that even before an annexation is done, the City will be required to provide fire protection due to the contract with the County and the City will not have the benefit of receiving any revenue from property tax, electric, or water service. There was further discusion. Nelon asked and Briggs responded that the input from staff has been based on the feedback that staff has received from TXDOT. There was further discussion. Sondgeroth told Council that the Concept Plan will not go before Planning and Zoning Commission until August. Nelon noted that there needs to be more time to further investigate this item. Carls noted that if the amendment is not acted upon within 30 days, it is automatically approved. Linehan said he is willing to delay for the next 30 days, but wants the Concept Plan to go to the Planning and Zoning Commission in August, and they will put in their request for annexation. Motion by Snell, second by Noble to defer action on this item until the first meeting in August. Noble asked that the process for dealing with Century Plan amendments be reviewed. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) Public Hearing for a Rezoning of 1.639 acres out of the Nicholas Porter Survey, Abstract No. 497, from OF, Office District to C-1, Local Commercial District, located at 1504 Williams Drive -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray explaiined the item, saying the rezoning would allow a restaurant at the site. He said the Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved with the condition to prohibit fast-food establishments with drive-through facilities. The Public Hearing was opened at 8:17 p.m. There were no comments. The Public Hearing was closed at 8:18 p.m. 8. First Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning of 1.639 acres out of the Nicholas Porter Survey, Abstract No. 497, from OF, Office District to C-1, Local Commercial District, located at 1504 Williams Drive -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Motion by Noble, second by Sansing to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 5-0. (Snell absent from the dais.)(Smith absent) 9. Public Hearing for a Rezoning of .22 acres out of Block 3 of the City of Georgetown from RS, City Council Meeting Minutes/June 24, 2003 Page 7 of 8 Pages Residential Single-family to C-2, Downtown Commercial, or more restrictive district, located on Austin Avenue north of 2nd Street -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray explained the item, saying the Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved. The public hearing was opened at 8:20 a.m. There were no comments. The Public Hearing was closed at 8:20 p.m. 10. First Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning .22 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 on Austin Avenue north of 2nd Street -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Sansing asked and Ray responded that the Historic and Architectural Review Commission will be looking into the parking issues. Motion by Evans, second by Eason to approve the ordinance on first reading. Approved 5-0. (Kirby absent from the dais.)(Smith absent) 11. Public Hearing to consider Rezoning a total of 70 acres, out of the Burrell Eaves Survey, Abstract 216 and the Frederick Foy Survey, Abstract 229, to be known as Sun City Georgetown, Neighborhood Twenty -Four A & B, from A, Agriculture and RP, Residential Planned to Planned Unit Development (PUD), or more restrictive district, located north of Sun City Boulevard and west of Texas Drive -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray explained the item and said the Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved the project. He said, since the Planning and Zoning Meeting, the applicant has reduced the number of units. The Public Hearing was opened at 8:25 p.m. There were no comments. The Public Hearing was closed at 8:25 p.m. 12. First Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning a total of 70 acres, out of the Burrell Eaves Survey, Abstract 216 and the Frederick Foy Survey, Abstract 229, to be known as Sun City Georgetown, Neighborhood Twenty -Four A & B from A, Agriculture and RP, Residential Planned to Planned Unit Development (PUD), or more restrictive district, located north of Sun City Boulevard and west of Texas Drive -- Bobby Ray, Chief Current Planner and Amelia Sondgeroth, Director of Development Services Ray read only the caption of the ordinance on first reading after having satisfied the requirements of the City Charter. Motion by Snell, second by Noble to approve the ordinance on first reading. Noble asked Janssen to explain the "attached housing." Janssen said they would be duplexes, and he would have an elevation to show the Council at the platting process in July. He said the yards will be fully maintained. Approved 6-0. (Smith absent) 8:29 p.m. -- Motion to adjourn The meeting was adjourned at 08:29 PM. Appr yed Mayor ry Nelon City Council Meeting Minutes/June 24, 2003 Page 8 of 8 Pages Attes City Secretary Sandr Lee