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MIN 08.23.2016 CC-RMinutes of a Meeting of the Governing Body of the City of Georgetown, Texas Tuesday, August 23, 2016 The Georgetown City Council will meet on Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 6:00 PM at the Council Chambers at 101 E. 71" St., Georgetown, Texas The City of Georgetown is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you require assistance in participating at a public meeting due to a disability, as defined under the ADA, reasonable assistance, adaptations, or accommodations will be provided upon request. Please contact the City Secretary's Office, at least four (4) days prior to the scheduled meeting date, at (512) 930-3652 or City Hall at 113 East 8' Street for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. Regular Session (This Regular session may, at any time, be recessed to convene an Executive Session for any purpose authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code 551.) A. Call to Order Invocation Pledge of Allegiance Comments from the Mayor - National Assisted Living Week Proclamation - Lifeguard Recognitions City Council Regional Board Reports Mayor said campo meeting next month. Announcements - Pool Closings - Animal Shelter Garage Sale Action from Executive Session Motion by Fought, second by Hesser to approve the purchase of real property from Shannon M. and Michael S. Reagan (Parcel 11), plus closing costs and the payment of relocation benefits and actual moving expenses in connection with the Rivery Boulevard Extension Project on the terms discussed in Executive Session. Approved: 7-0 Motion by Fought, second by Hesser to 1) approve the appraised value of real property to be acquired from Alpha Westinghouse Ventures, LLC (Parcel 8) in connection with the Mays Street Extension Project; 2) to approve the extension of an initial offer for the purchase of said property on the terms discussed in Executive Session; and 3) to authorize a Possession & Use Agreement in the amount of 90% of the appraised value plus closing costs Approved: 7-0 Motion by Fought, second by Hesser to approve settlement authority of Cause 15-0496-CC2, City of Georgetown, Texas v. W.W. Laubach Trust, Wilburn Bernard Laubach and Carol Ann Laubach, Trustees, et al filed in the County Court at Law #2 Williamson County, Texas on the terms discussed in Executive Session for the Southwest Bypass Project. Approved: 7-0 Statutory Consent Agenda The Statutory Consent Agenda includes non -controversial and routine items that may be acted upon with one single vote. An item may be pulled from the Consent Agenda in order that it be discussed and acted upon individually as part of the Regular Agenda. B. Consideration and possible action to approve the minutes of the Workshop and Regular Meeting held on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 and the minutes of the Special meeting held August 16, 2016 — Shelley Nowling, City Secretary C. Consideration and possible action to approve the declaration of various surplus equipment and vehicles to be disposed of using online auctioneering services of Gaston and Sheehan Auctioneers, Inc. of Pflugerville, Texas -- Trina Bickford, Purchasing Manager D. Consideration and possible action to accept the City's Quarterly Financial Report, which includes the Investment Reports for the City of Georgetown, Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC), and the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO) for the quarter ended June 30, 2016 -- Leigh Wallace, Finance Director E. Consideration and possible action to release a portion of a 10 -foot Public Utility Easement out of Lot 4A, Creek Side II, a subdivision recorded in Cabinet O, Slide 206 of the Plat Records of Williamson County, Texas, and to authorize the Mayor to execute a release of easement -- Wesley Wright, P.E., Systems Engineering Director F. Forwarded from the Georgetown Village Public Improvement District (GVPID) Advisory Board: Consideration and possible action to approve the reappointment of Steve Goodman to the Georgetown Village Public Improvement District (GVPID) Advisory Board for a second term -- Mayor Dale Ross G. Consideration and possible action to approve the appointment of Gary Newman as a builder representative on the Georgetown Villiage Public Improvement District (GVPID) Advisory Board — Mayor Dale Ross H. Forwarded from the Georgetown Utility Advisory Board (GUS): Consideration and possible action to award a contract to TTI Environmental Laboratory, for Wastewater Treatment Plant laboratory services in the estimated amount of $74,460.00 -- Glenn W. Dishong, Utility Director I. Forwarded from the Georgetown Utility Advisory Board (GUS): Consideration and possible action to approve a contract with Prota, Inc., of Austin, Texas, for the construction of 2016 Miscellaneous Water System Improvements in the amount of $248,627.50 — Wesley Wright, P.E., Systems Engineering Director Motion by Brainard, second by Gonzalez to approve the Statutory Consent Agenda in its entirety. Approved: 7--0 Legislative Regular Agenda J. Consideration and possible action to adopt a Resolution approving the proposed fiscal year 2017 Budget for the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO) — Leigh Wallace, Finance Director Leigh Wallace, Finance Director, spoke on the proposed fiscal year 2017 Budget for the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO). Wallace said the GEDCO Board had approved the budget. Wallace read the caption. Motion by Gonzalez, second by Brainard to approve Item J. Approved: 7-0 K. Consideration and possible action to approve the Administrative Services Contract between the City of Georgetown and the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO) for the 2017 fiscal year — Leigh Wallace, Finance Director Leigh Wallace, Finance Director, spoke on the Administrative Service Contract with the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO). Wallace said the GEDCO Board had approved the Administrative Contract. Wallace read the caption. Motion by Brainard, second by Hesser to approve Item K. Approved: 7-0 L. Consideration and possible action to adopt a Resolution approving the proposed fiscal year 2017 Budget for the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC) -- Leigh Wallace, Finance Director Leigh Wallace, Finance Director, spoke on the proposed budget for the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC). Wallace said the budget had been recommended for approval by the GTEC Board. She explained that the budget includes an update to the revenue from the Georgetown TIRZ. Wallace read the caption. Motion by Hesser, second by Eby to approve Item L. Approved: 7-0 M. Consideration and possible action to approve the Administrative Services Contract between the City of Georgetown and the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC) for the 2017 fiscal year -- Leigh Wallace, Finance Director Leigh Wallace, Finance Director, spoke on the Administrative Services Contract with the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC). Wallace said the Administrative Services Contract had been recommended for approval by the GTEC Board. Wallace read the caption. Motion by Hesser, second by Eby to approve Item M. Approved: 7-0 N. Consideration and possible action to approve the 2017 Budget and related Service Plan for the Georgetown Village Public Improvement District #1, and setting a public hearing to be held on September 13, 2016, concerning the Levy of Assessment for the Georgetown Village PID improvements and authorizing the filing of the Assessment Roll with the City Secretary for public inspection -- Leigh Wallace, Finance Director Leigh Wallace, Finance Director, spoke on the Georgetown Village Public Improvement District #1 budget and explained that a public hearing will be held on September 13, 2016 regarding the levy of assessment for the GVPID. Wallace explained that the assessment roll for the GVPID will be filed with the City Secretary for public inspection. Wallace read the resolution caption. Persons signed up to speak on Item N included Melinda Marler, John Marler and Brian Ortego. Mr. Marler donated his 3 minutes to Mrs. Marler, giving her 6 minutes to address the Council. Brian Ortego was allotted 3 minutes. Comments and concerns voiced included the following: Staff presented budget of 35 pages, PID Board's budget was 2 pages No resolutions have been made as promised Request to remove Section 1 "Improvements and Services to be provided by the District" Improvements and services should be discussed at a PID meeting prior to submission to Council Council needs correct information in order to make an informed decision Request to Council to vote exclusively on the assessment amount of $0.14 per $100. There were Items in the budget not seen by the PID board Asked City Council to revise the assessment plan GVPID ordinance has not been followed as written PID assessments, capital improvement fees, PID has been thought to be a maintenance PID Has not really happened Developer worked it out initially but things have gone awry No improvements are being made Retention ponds were not initially accounted for Adding now will be a problem because of the lack of maintenance in the past Consider a different vehicle as a board or HOA instead of the PID Gonzalez asked why there were discrepancies in the budget. Jim Briggs, General Manager of Utilities for the City, spoke. He reminded the Council that he compared the two budgets for the Councilmembers at the last City Council Workshop meeting. Briggs explained that the retention pond in Georgetown Village needs to be brought into compliance. He explained that administrative costs for City staff support was also an issue and the Georgetown Village PID Advisory Board did not agree with the figure. Briggs noted that Council recommended approval of the staff budget at the prior meeting. He explained that the PID board had been given the list of administrative costs. Briggs said, in the past, staff support was next to non- existent. He explained that now there area number of issues that need correction, requiring a lot of staff time and legal review. Briggs said he would expect some of the administrative costs to go down as issues are resolved. City Manager, David Morgan said that, over the last year, the City has worked with the board and needed to communicate the legal ramifications and how the City stays in compliance. He explained that the City is required to administer the funds. Morgan said the Georgetown Village PID has done a great job administering through volunteer neighbors, but legally, the City is required to administer. He said that the City and the Board need to recognize the legal responsibility of the City. Morgan added that the City needs to work with the PID board regarding capital improvements. He explained that the dollar amount will not go down to what it has been in the past because of the need to have the City continue administration. Councilmember Gipson said he is confused by the controversy. He said he had felt that everyone has been in agreement. Gipson said communication has been an issue. Morgan said this is based on the legal changes that needed to happen to come into compliance with the City's legal obligations. Morgan explained that an advisory board is not legally able to negotiate contracts on behalf of the City. Gipson said he agrees that the City must move forward and become legal and compliant. Gipson said communication needs to improve. Briggs described the communication that has taken place over the last year. He noted that the PID board had approved the staff recommended budget 3-2. Gipson noted that the City would have the opportunity to continue to help the Georgetown Village PID Board. Briggs said the Board and the City would face some difficult issues before all is resolved, based on the legal review. Morgan said this will be handled in a collaborative fashion. He explained that the City better understands its obligations regarding the PID and wants to facilitate the successful operation of the PID. Hesser asked Marler to explain what has changed since the last meeting and agreements. Marler said after hearing the discussion, she would like to clarify. She said that City Manager, David Morgan, was at one board meeting. Marler said that the board had waited for months without a City liaison. Marler said that the PID board had continuously received help from staff and staff administration is nothing new. Marler said the board had asked Jim Briggs about having a workshop to talk about issues and the role of the board but did not get the opportunity. She said that City staff presents things without the opportunity to sit down and talk. Mayor Ross asked what had changed. Marler said the PID advisory board members were not told that the budget was going forward with those dollar amounts. She told the Council that she wants the assessment passed without the verbiage in Section 1. Council asked what was contained in Section 1. Briggs provided the section to Marler and she read it. Marler said there are items in Section 1 that have never been a part of the PID verbiage in the past. She spoke specifically about trees and recreational facilities. Marler believed that the budget had been approved, but without the $108,000 for pond rehabilitation and the $40,000 for the City administration fees. Briggs explained that City staff had indeed shown the recommended budget to the PID Board and that the PID board had presented their budget, as well. Briggs said that he had explained at that meeting that staff would need to bring the new assessment to the Council. He said that the District accepted the water quality facilities and that it is the responsibility of the City to be included in the plan. Briggs explained that implementation takes place by a recommendation from the PID Board to the City Council. Hesser said he understands the legal obligations of the City and advised Briggs to continue better communication. Gonzalez suggested providing the PID Board with a list of the City's legal obligations, in an effort to improve communication. Jonrowe asked if there was a possibility of dissolving the PID Board and replacing it with a different avenue, such as a Homeowners Association (HOA). Motion by Gonzalez, second by Jonrowe to approve Item N Approved: 7-0 O. First Reading of an Ordinance adopting the City of Georgetown Annual Budget for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2016, and ending September 30, 2017 -- Leigh Wallace, Finance Director (action required) RECORD VOTE Mayor Ross announced that on August 16, 2016, Council took public comment about the City's proposed budget and closed the public comment part of the budget hearing. He said Council would now conclude the hearing by discussing and voting to adopt the City's budget for fiscal year 2017. Ross said that staff would present updates to the budget proposed on July 26, 2016. Wallace provided a Power Point slide on the Proposed Budget Corrections: • Water Fund: increase in expenditures of $264,912 to match a corresponding transfer into the General Fund • Stormwater Fund: an increase of $527 to match a corresponding transfer into the General Fund • Convention & Visitor's Bureau Fund: increase in expenditures of $21,156 for existing part time salaries which was not captured in the proposed budget Wallace read the caption. Motion by Fought, second by Hesser to approve the ordinance adopting the fiscal year 2017 annual budget. Mayor Ross asked the City Secretary to conduct the required Record Vote for item 0. The vote was recorded as follows: Councilmember Anna Eby, District 1: YES Councilmember Keith Brainard, District 2: YES Councilmember John Hesser, District 3: YES Councilmember Steve Fought, District 4: YES Councilmember Ty Gipson, District 5: YES Councilmember Rachael Jonrowe, District 6: YES Councilmember Tommy Gonzalez, District 7: YES Approved: 7-0 P. First Reading of an Ordinance amending § 2.08.010 "Administrative Divisions and Departments" of the Georgetown Code of Ordinances — Leigh Wallace, Finance Director (action required) Leigh Wallace, Finance Director, spoke on the amendments of the Administrative Divisions and Departments. Wallace read the ordinance caption. Motion by Brainard, second by Eby to approve Item P. Approved: 7-0 Q. First Reading of an Ordinance amending the classifications and number of positions (Strength of Force) for all the City of Georgetown Fire Fighters and Police Officers pursuant to Chapter 143 of the Texas Local Government Code pertaining to Civil Service — Tadd Phillips, Human Resource Director (action required) Tadd Phillips, the City's Human Resource Director, spoke on the amendments to the classifications and number of positions with the City's Fire Fighters and Police Officers. He explained that this item is consistent with the budget item, which Council has already approved. Phillips read the ordinance caption. Motion by Brainard, second by Gipson to approve Item Q Approved: 7-0 R. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution ratifying the property tax increase included in the 2017 Annual Budget and acknowledging that the 2016 tax rate will raise more revenue from property taxes than the previous year — Leigh Wallace, Finance Director Mayor Ross announced that the Council would vote to ratify the property tax increase reflected in the budget. He said the vote is required by State law. Ross said that the Council must make this vote separately to make clear that everyone knows it will take more property taxes than the City raised last year to pay for the budget that was approved for this year. Ross explained that this is not a vote on the tax rate and that will be a separate vote on the next item on the agenda. Ross asked for a motion to ratify the property tax increase reflected in the fiscal year 2017 budget adopted by the Council. Motion by Fought, second by Hesser to ratify the property tax increase reflected in the Fiscal Year 2017 budget. Approved: 7-0 S. First Reading of an Ordinance levying a tax rate for the City of Georgetown for the tax year 2016 —Leigh Wallace, Finance Director (action required) RECORD VOTE Mayor Ross said the Council would now consider adopting the property tax rate of 42.4 cents per $100 of assessed valuation and asked for a motion. Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Steve Fought, second by Councilmember Hesser to increase the property tax rate by the adoption of a tax rate of $0.42400 which is effectively a 7.58% increase in the tax rate. Brainard thanked Wallace and staff for the excellent budget process. Mayor Ross asked the City Secretary to conduct the required Record Vote for item S. The vote was recorded as follows: Councilmember Anna Eby, District 1: YES Councilmember Keith Brainard, District 2: YES Councilmember John Hesser, District 3: YES Councilmember Steve Fought, District 4: YES Councilmember Ty Gipson, District 5: YES Councilmember Rachael Jonrowe, District 6: YES Councilmember Tommy Gonzalez, District 7: YES Approved: 7-0 T. First Reading of an Ordinance amending Title 13, Article III, Section 13.04.140 titled "Rates and Charges — Sewers — Schedule" of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Georgetown, Texas, Repealing conflicting ordinances and resolutions; including a severability clause, and establishing an effective date — Leticia Zavala, CGFO, Customer Care Director (action required) Leticia Zavala, the City's Customer Care Director, spoke on the amendments to sewer rates and charges. She explained that this had been approved by the City Council during the budget process. Zavala noted that this is the first increase in rates since 2007. Zavala read the ordinance caption. Motion by Brainard, second by Gonzalez to approve Item T. Approved: 7-0 U. Discussion and possible action to approve the recommendations of the Strategic Partnerships for Community Services (SPCS) Advisory Board for the allocation of grants for FY 2016-17 -- Suzy Pukys, SPCS Advisory Board Chair Suzy Pukys, the Board Chair for the Strategic Partnerships for Community Services Advisory Board spoke to the Council on the board's recommendation for social funding grants. She explained that the board had met on July 61h and their recommendations for allocations were included in the agenda packet. Fought said he appreciates this process of social funding much more now than in the past, and complimented the City and Council on the decision to form the Strategic Partnerships for Community Services Advisory Board. He thanked Pukys and the Board for their dedication and hard work. Fought said that he will support the Board's recommendations. Jonrowe agreed and added that this new process takes the politics out of the process. Jonrowe asked why Good Will had not received funding. Pukys answered that the Board felt that Good Will had many sources of funding and wanted to provide more for local home grown organization who are in more need of support. Jonrowe asked about the funding to Lone Star Circle of Care being limited to adult dental care. Pukys explained that adult dental care is not covered by medical insurance or Medicare for low income residents. She said this a large unmet area of support. Jonrowe then asked why Rock had received more than they requested. Pukys said that Rock is the only organization that focuses on veterans and the Board was in support of many of the things they are doing for veterans, including the Horses for Heroes Program. Motion by Fought, second by Hesser to approve Item U. Hesser thanked Pukys and her Board for the excellent work Approved: 7-0 V. Consideration and possible action to approve the renewal of a Lease Agreement with Williamson -Burnet Opportunities, Inc. (WBCO) for the property located at 803 W. 81h Street for use as the Madella Hilliard Neighborhood Center and also the approval of in-kind utility assistance for the facilities utilized by WBCO at the Madella Hilliard Neighborhood Center and Mary Bailey Head Start Center (601 North College) -- David Morgan, City Manager Shirley Rinn, the Executive Assistant to the City Manager, spoke on the WBCO lease agreement with the City for the use of the Madella Hilliard Neighborhood Center. David Morgan, City Manager, explained the in-kind utility assistance that has been provided for the Madella Hilliard Neighborhood Center and the Mary Bailey Head Start Center. He explained that the funding is from a separate fund, separate from the social funding fund, and needs to have Council approval. Morgan explained that if the utilities assistance is approved, it would automatically renew for the year. Rinn read the caption. Motion by Jonrowe, second by Eby to approve Item V Councilmember Brainard noted that $400,000 had been approved for the social funding budget. He said everyone should be aware that the City actually provides much more than that. Brainard explained that this is an excellent example of the City providing much more, as this will be an additional $24,000 that will be received in utility assistance. Brainard suggested wrapping these in-kind assistance items in the same budget with social funding so that the figures could be seen more clearly. Approved: 7-0 W. Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to change approximately 11.65 acres in the Antonio Flores Survey from the Moderate Density Residential Future Land Use category to the High Density Residential category, located at the southwest corner of the intersection of the Georgetown Railroad with Northeast Inner Loop — Sofia Nelson, CNU-A, Planning Director (action required) Sofia Nelson, Planning Director for the City, described the property and the request. She said this request is slightly different than a typical rezoning and encompasses how the City will grow for the next 20 or 30 years. Nelson showed an aerial view and described the area. She explained that this request is for just a portion of the property. Nelson showed and described the future land use map and displayed and discussed a growth tier map, which lays out a long term guide for capital improvement and utilities. Nelson spoke on the 2030 Land Use Guidance: Vision Statement • Quality of Life • Quality Growth/Sustainable Development • Balanced Transportation/Efficient Mobility • Effective Governance Land use goals • Promote sound, sustainable and compact development patterns with balanced land uses, a variety of housing choices and well -interpreted transportation, public facilities and open space amenities • Promote sound investment in Georgetown's older developed areas, including downtown, aging commercial and industrial areas, including downtown, aging commercial and industrial areas, in - town neighborhoods, and other areas expected to experience land use change or obsolescence. Nelson next described the moderate density residential classification and showed views from various locations. Nelson described the Review of the Request: • Comprehensive Plan Goals • Future Land Use Plan • UDC Identified Criteria Nelson provided a slide depicting approval criteria for Comprehensive Plan Amendments. Gonzalez asked about the rest of the property and what that request would be. Nelson explained that a future land use map amendment is needed to make the next requests. She noted that there will be requests for single family and commercial development. Gonzalez said this was good to hear. Nelson said that the Planning & Zoning Commission had recommended approval. Nelson read the ordinance caption. Mayor Ross opened the public hearing at 7.20 PM. No persons had signed up to speak on the item. Mayor Ross closed the public hearing at 7.20 PM. Motion by Jonrowe, second by Hesser to approve Item W. Approved: 7-0 X. Second Reading of an Ordinance Rezoning 3.90 acres out of the Antonio Flores Survey, from the Agriculture (AG) District to the Local Commercial (C-1) District, located at 1281 FM 971 -- Sofia Nelson, CNU-A, Planning Director (action required) Sofia Nelson, Planning Director, described the rezoning request and showed and described the property location. She provided slides depicting the immediate surroundings and the future land use map of the area. Nelson spoke on the 2030 Plan — Future Land Use and explained that this was a moderate density residential request. • Single-family residential — 3 to 6 dwelling units per acre • Detached and attached units appropriate • Complimentary, neighborhood -serving retail, service, office, etc., when located on arterial roadways Nelson next described the proposed Local Commercial (C-1) District and the development standard highlights: • 35 foot building height • Building size maximum = 0.5 Floor -to -Area Ratio • Setbacks: F = 25', R = 0', S =10' • Bufferyard: 15' w/plantings against AG District Nelson noted that staff had reviewed the request for consistency and it had meet the criteria in all areas. She said that the Planning & Zoning Commission has recommended approval. Nelson read the ordinance caption. Motion by Jonrowe, second by Hesser to approve Item X. Approved: 7-0 Project Updates Y. Project updates and status reports regarding current and future transportation and traffic project; street, sidewalk, and other infrastructure projects; police, fire and other public safety projects; economic development projects; city facility projects; and downtown projects including parking enhancements and possible direction to city staff — David Morgan, City Manager Mayor Ross asked City Manager, David Morgan, if he had any project updates to report. Morgan said he would like to celebrate Sofia Nelson's first year anniversary at the City and her ten year anniversary with her husband John. Morgan praised Nelson for her Director role in a demanding time in the City. He congratulated her on her amazing effort. Morgan explained that, despite weather delays, the City is making progress on street maintenance programs. He said that staff is working hard at public communication with the work schedules. Mayor Ross gave a special thanks to Wallace, Brewer, Morgan, Diaz, Zavala and staff for the excellent budget process. Public Wishing to Address Council On a subject that is posted on this agenda: Please fill out a speaker registration form which can be found on the table at the entrance to the Council Chamber. Clearly print your name and the letter of the item on which you wish to speak and present it to the City Secretary on the dais, preferably prior to the start of the meeting. You will be called forward to speak when the Council considers that item. On a subject not posted on the agenda: Persons may add an item to a future City Council agenda by contacting the City Secretary no later than noon on the Wednesday prior to the Tuesday meeting, with the subject matter of the topic they would like to address and their name. The City Secretary can be reached at 512/930-3651. Z. -Mary Dale would like to address the City Council regarding the Central Texas Gold Star Memorial Gala Mary Dale, Co -Chair for the gala, described the Central Texas Gold Star Gala, to be hosted at the new Sheraton Hotel in Georgetown. Dale explained that a Gold Star Family is a family who has lost a member during military service. She said that the City of Cedar Park has donated park space for a monument to the Gold Star Families and this will be a fund raiser for the monument. Dale said there will be 4 tables of Navy Seals at the event. She said that the Gold Star monument will be the only one in Texas and there are only 8 across the nation. She said the monument will be labeled as the Central Texas Gold Star Monument. Dale said there are many Gold Star families in the area. She asked everyone to share the information with the community. She asked everyone to gamer support for these families and to thank them and let them know that they are supported. Adjourn Motion by Brainard, second by Eby to adjourn the meeting. Mayor Ross adjourned the meeting at 7.30 PM. Executive Session In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon's Texas Codes, Annotated, the items listed below will be discussed in closed session and are subject to action in the regular session. AA. Sec. 551.071: Consultation with Attorney - Advice from attorney about pending or contemplated litigation and other matters on which the attorney has a duty to advise the City Council, including agenda items Sec. 551.072: Deliberation about Real Property Forwarded from the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation - Rivery Blvd. Extension Project (Parcel 11, 1611 Park Lane) - Mays Street Project (Parcel 8, Westinghouse at Rabbit Hill Rd.) - SW Bypass Project (Laubach —4200 IH35 South) _ Sec. 551.074: Personnel Matters - City Manager, City Attorney, City Secretary and Municipal Judge: Consideration of the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal Sec. 551.087: Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations - Tamiro Plaza Phase 2 Approved by the Georgetown City Council on l `131 a0I �p Date ask C�;W Dale Ross, Mayor c� D� Attest: City Seer dry