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Minutes 06.14.1954 CC-R115 Georgetown, Texas June 14, 1954 The City Council met in regular session 'on the above date,_Psyor J. T. Atkin presiding, the following sldermen were present: T. H. Compton,g. K. Frederies©n, F. C. Smith, A. C. '9oodfin, Kennie Tilcox Jr. Other members: Lee C. Black City Manager; T. N. Nunn, city attor- ney; A. P. Pickle, police chief; M. L. Cates, secretary. Visitors present: Mr, Tsom of Isom's Gporting Goods'and 4ift Shop, and a representative from The Gun Publishing Company. The minutes of the -lest regular session Abd an adjourned session were read and on motion of Ald. Woodfin, seconded by Ald. Tilcox, were approved. City Manager Black read his monthly report and the reports of the police department and the city treasurer, elso the statment of the bills and accounts. On motion of Ald. Compton, seconded by Ald. Woodfin, the bills ere ordered paid and all reports approved and filed. Resolution A resolution of which the following is caption was read in full. (See Resolution in Ordinance Book Page_____) a " RESOLUTION Or TER,—! CITY 'COUNCIZ''OF Tom' CITY OF GFrRGF'TnT N, T77,XAS. AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY M.A"TAGi-R OF THE SAID CITY TO FROM TIK3 TO TIME AS OCCASION PAY ARISE DURI`TG THE CURRENT YEAR, TO BORROW SUCH SUMS OF MONEY AS MAY BF NE:CFSSARY TO PAY BILLS FOR TABOR AND MATERIAL IN MAKI''TG FXTE7SI0TTS A*TD T?r,1 10VFTA_r*TTS nF THE CITY WA7R. t7- 7ORKS SYSTEIT. THF SDITS BOR'?07.770 "TOT TO FXCF�D I'T THF AGG?�FGATF $259000.00 AND SAID 19�A1MAGFA-) IS T09 FOR THE CITY, ISSUN NOTT-NEGOTIABLE YOTFS OR ,vART?A'' TS FVIDE'TCIrTG SUCH T'TD^BTFD?TFSS >DUF NOT TO EXCEED O777 YEAR AFTER ?)ATE, A`TD BEARI7G INTEREST AT TT7 RATE Z OF THREE (3%) PERCENT PER ANNU'"LT." On motion of Ald. A. C. ;voodfinp seconded by Ald. T. H. Compton, the 9bregomng resolution was passed tinanimously. On motion of Ald. .vilcox, seconded by Ald.' Fredericson, the City Council approved the agreemen5 between the State Health'Department and the City, whereby the city will pay the State :2200.00 for maintenance of the city health unit another year, as of date of the previous contract. Resolution Approving leap Caption: "RE3OLUTI07 OF THE CITY C0T'*TCIL OF THF CITY 07 GFC7GFTM-N, TFAAS, ADOPTI'TG AND APP-ROVI-TG MP AS OFTICIAL MAP OF THE NORTH SIDE ADDITION TO T17, SAID CITY." On motion of Ald. Smith, seconded by Ald. Com ton, the above resolu- tion was adopted unanimously b the Council. p(See page No._ in Resolution and Ordinnnce Book.T The following sealed bids were received and opened, for the purchase of each of the two Barrack Buildings owned by the city now.jocated near Southwestern Univers�ity: ' T. A. Shell (one building) S300.00' Will Alexander (ha.lfbuilding) 4200.00 R. H. 'Ailey, Bldg. L, 3360.75 R, H, Ailey, Bldg. h, $375.75 On motion of Ald. Woodfin, seconded by Ald. Fredericson,"tne bids of R. H. Wiley of Florence being the highest on each of the two barracks, therefore his bids be accepted. Yunicipal maintenance nrdin?nee headed as above wrs presented for pnsss.ge by Ordinance Comrnitteeman E'. K. Fredericson, who moved the-ssme be read in full. The motion carri d unanimously. The Ordinance was Read in full. See Page No. A in Ordinance Book). (These minutes continued on page 116) 116 (Minutes brought forward form page 115, Lune 14, 1954) The above said Maintenence0ftl nacee containing the emergency elause, necessitating the passing of same immediately, therefore A. motion was made by Ald. E. K. rrederieson that the usual rules for passing ordi- nances be hereby suspended, that the same be read by caption hereafter and passed its second reading. The motion was seconded by Ald. Kennie Wilcox, Jr., and was passed by the following vote: Ayes --Compton, Fredericson, Smith Tilcox, `Voodfin. Noes --none Ordinance Read by Caption; Votion wpe made by Fredericson, seconded by Ald.ffoodfin, that the said Ordinance be passed i6r4 tb t-�-kd ending. The motion passed as follo-,;s: Ayes-- Compton, Fredericson, Smi , Wilcox, Jr., Voodfin. Noes --none, Ordinance Read by Caption. filderman Frederieson, seconded by kld. Smith, moved the ordinance be passed its third and fienl reading. The motion carried by the following vote: Ayes --Compton, Fredericson, Smith, Wilcox, `Voodfin. Noes --none. The mayor declared the Maintenance Ordinance duly and Constitutimnally passed. There appearing no further business the Council Adjourned. Mayor, i Georgetown, Texas Attest: G Secretary, V—ity Y0,rzG_e(0rVetownq Texas