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Minutes 04.12.1954 CC-R112 The City Council met in regular Mayor J. T. Atkin presiding, the Aldermen: J. H. Compton, E. K. and A. C. Woodfin. City lI.ansger A. 5. Mpha.n, Jr.; City Attorney, M. L. C^tes, Secretary, Georgetown, Tease April 12, 1954 monthly session on the above date, following members were present: ^redericson, Kennie 'Vilcox, Jr,, Lee C. Black; Assistant ManQger T. H. Nunn; Chief of Police A. P. Pickle; On motion of Ald. A. C. Noodfin, seconded by AI;d. F. K. Fredericson, the minutes of the lest session were approved. City Mrineger Black recd is report end tbst of City Treasurer and Chief of Poliee rind the bills and scoounts amounting to P219.70t also the Health Unit report by Comer. On motion of A1d.Compton, seconded by Ald. Fredericson, the reports were ordered filed and all accounts ordered paid. The Mayor appointed Aldermen Tilcox and Compton to canvass the returns of City Election held April 69 I9549 and they reported as follows: "We, your committee appointed to canvas the returns of the last city election, report as follows: That there were 57 votes cast and that each candidate received as follows: For Mayor J. Thatcher Atkin, 57 .For Aldmrman: A. C. Woodfin, 57 R. K. Fredericson, 57 " We therefore report each candidPte electeti without opposition." Signed: Rennie Tilcox, Jr. J. H. Compton, Committee." To each elected official, the oath of office was administered. The Annexation Ordinsnee having passed its second reading at the last session of the Council, was presented to the Council for further consider. ation by Committeeman, Ald. 1% K. Fredericson, who moved that the usual rules for passing ordinnnees be suspended, that the said ordinance containing the emergency clause, be hereafter be rea.d'by caption and pass its third re»ding. Ald. Comton second d the motion« The motion carried by the following vote: Ayes --Compton, Fredericson, '9ileox, Voodfin. No Noes. (one Ald. Absent), Ordinance Read by Caption. On motion of Ald. Frederison that the said Ordinance be finally passed, and seconded by Ald. Woodfin, the seme passed by the following vote: Ayes-- Compton, Fredericson, Wilcox, Woodfin, Noes -None Mayor Atkin therefore de,clared'the same duly and constitutionally passed. After considerable discussion as to whether or not The City 'Utilities should become a member of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, the dues in the amount of $180.00 for the year, as requested by a committee present from the C. of C., A motion was made Ry Ald. Toodfin that the 'Vater and Light Plant accept and was seconded by Ald. 7rederieson. The motion carried unanimously, bythose present at the Council meeting. There appearing no furthet business A� Attest: A Secretary, City of Georgetown, Texas.. the Council sdjournel. �2 Mayor, Ci y of 5eorgetownp Texas.