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HomeMy WebLinkAboutRES 940208-P - Gen Election May 7, 1994W-111016-11WINNII I I I I W3 VIA Ili F 0 `111 111:02 W WHEREAS, the laws of the State of Texas and the Charter of the City of Georgetown, Texas provide that on Saturday, May 7, 1994, there shall be elected the following officials for this City: Three (3) Members of the Council: Districts 2, 6, and 7; and Mayor (elected at large from all City districts.); and WHEREAS, the laws of the State of Texas and the Charter of the City of Georgetown, Texas provide that on Saturday, May 7, 1994, the voters shall accept or reject certain revisions to the City Charter; and WHEREAS, the Georgetown City Council appointed a Charter Review Committee to make revisions to the Georgetown City Charter, the ballot wording to be substantially the same as in the Charter Review Committee Report to the Council; and WHEREAS, a of the State of Texas and the Charter of the City of Georgetown, Texas further provide that the Election Code of the State of Texas is applicable to said election, and in order to comply with said Code, a Resolution should be passed establishing the procedure to be followed in said election, and designating the voting places for said election. NOW, THEREFORE� BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDERED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWNI TEXAS THAT: 0011 The facts and recitations contained in the preamble of this resolution are hereby found a,11 declared to be true and correct, and are incorporated by reference herein and expressly ma part hereof, a& if copied verbatim. The City Council has found that this action implements Governmental Affairs Policy of the Century Plan - Policy Plan Element, which states- "All citizens actively participate governmental functions."; and has found that this action is not inconsistent or in conflict with a other Century Plan Policies, as required by Section 2.03 of the Administrative Chapter of t Policy Plan; I All candidates for the election to be held on the first Saturday in May, 1994, for the ibove-mentioned positions shall file their applications to become candidates with the City Secretary at the City Hall, 609 Main Street, Georgetown, Texas, on or before 5-00 p.m. on th@ General Election Resolution No. 10 Page 1 of 3 Pages forty-fifth day before the election, such date being March 23, 1994, and that all of sairil applications shall be on a form as prescribed by Section 141.031 of the Election e o t ' State of Texas. The order in which the names of the candidates are to be printed on the ballot shall 1 determined by a drawing by the City Secretary on March 24, 1994, at 900 a.m. in the Ci Council Chamber, located at 101 E. 7th Street, Georgetown, Texas. 1 Voting shall be conducted with paper ballots prepared in conformity with the Texas Election Code. 61 Koo I As City Secretary, Sandra D. Lee is hereby appointed Clerk for Early Voting. Elizabeth Gray, Mary Rodriquez, Donna Rogers Hogg, Cari Speegle, Marianne Landers Banks and Bob Hart are hereby appointed deputy early voting clerks. Early voting by personal appearance shall take place at City Hall, 609 Main St., Georgetown, Texas, and Branch Early Voting by personal appearance will take place at the Board Room of the GISD Administration Building, and each location will remain open during normal business hours (8-00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) each day specified for early voting, which is not a Saturday, a Sunday, or an official state holiday, beginning on the 20th day preceding the date o the election, which is Monday, April 18, 1994, and continuing through the 4th day preceding the date of the election, which is Tuesday, May 3, 1994. Early voting shall also be conducted on Saturday, April 23, 1994, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 30, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Main Early Voting Location, Georgetown City Hall, and at the same times at the Branch Early Voting Location at the Board Room of the GISD Administration Building. Mr. Bob Schrawger of 701 S. College, Georgetown, has been hired to perform the duties of the Clerk for Early Voting from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Monday, April 18 through Tuesday, May 3, 1994. Mr. Ken Jones of 1808 Dawn Drive, Georgetown, has been hired to perform the duties of the Clerk of Branch Early Voting from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays from Monday, April 18 through Tuesday, May 3, 1994. All early voting shall be canvassed by an Early Voting Ballot Board. Ms. Kathleen Leedy shall serve as Presiding Judge and Ken Jones as Alternate Presiding Judge of the arly Voting Ballot Board. Election day voting shall take place at Polling Place "A", Georgetown Public Library, 804k� Martin Luther King Blvd. for voters residing in City single member districts 1, 2, 3, 6 and 7. ani General Election Resolution No. _ft_14O_A04?— Page 2 of 3 Pages at Polling Place "B", at the Georgetown Independent School District Tax Office, 603 Lakeway Fk,rive, for voters residing in City single member districts 4 and 5. The following persons are hereby appointed as election officials for said election: In Polling Place "A": Ms. Maria Herrera will serve as Presiding Judge, Ms. Mary Gieseke will serve as Alternate Presiding Judge, and the clerks for the election will be appointed by the Presiding Judge in a number not to exceed five (5) clerks. In Polling Place "B": Ms. Kathleen Leedy will serve as Presiding Judge, Mr. Ken Jones will serve as Alternate Presiding Judge, and the clerks for the election will be appointed by the Presiding Judge in a number not to exceed five (5) clerks. Election officials shall be compensated at a rate of $6.00 per hour, and officials who deliver the ballots and election supplies shall be compensated an additional flat fee of $25.04_, over the hourly rate for their service. =01 The City Secretary shall conduct an unofficial tabulation of results after the closing of tm- polls. The official canvass and tabulation of the results of the election shall be conducted by t City Council at the regularly scheduled Council Meeting on Tuesd.y, May 10, 199,. Attest: Marianne Landers Banks City Attorney General Election Resolution No. felazof-lp Page 3 of 3 Pages By: LEO WOOD Mayor