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Minutes 08.09.1954 CC-RGeorgetown, Texas August 9, 1954. The City Council met in regular session on the above date, Ivlayor J. T. Atlri.n presiding , the follocrinl* were presents Aldermen -- J. H. Compton-, E.K. Fredericson Fred C. Smith, Kennie 1,7ilcox ,Jr., A. C. Woodfi.n, City 11anager Lee C. Black; C. S. Sanders Tax Ascossor-Collector; J. Frank Clark, health Officer; A. P. Pickle, Chief of Police, I:1. L. Cates, kiecretary. I«inutes of the last session were read and approved on the motion of Alderman J. H. Compton, seconded by Ald. Tlileox. Manacer Black read his usual monthly report, including accounts for approval and na,mient in the amount of X580,,21. On I111otion of Ald. b oodfin seconded by Fredericson the reports were received and filed and all accottnts ordered paid. The Fire Committee and Idanager Black were requested to investigate the assembling of a booster truck to be used in extinguishing out -of -city fires, and report at a later meeting of the Council. Fireman Lenard Lc Laurhlin gave a splendid report of fireman's annual school held recently at College Station, Texas, as a delegate from the Georgetown Fire De- partment., Ald. Fred C. Smith made a motion that the Council create the office of Deputy Fire Marshall, and that Yr. Lenard McLaumhlin be appointed as such for the usual term of all appointive officers, or the unexpired term of such officers. Ald. A. C. Woodfin seconded the motion which carried. On Motion of Ald, A. C. Vvoodfin, seconded by Ald. E. K. Fredericson the following resolution eras passed unanimously s " A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Georyetrnvn, accepting the offer and agreeing to perform the conditions, whereunder The State of Texas will pave the portion of Highway No. 29, that lies within this City, and is designated as Twelfth Street." " BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COM,.CIL OF THE CITY OF GEORC-EM,11, TEXAS:" " That the offer of The State of Texas, to pave and improve that portion of Highway No. 29, that is within this City, and that is known as TViELFTH Street, is hereby in all thin -s accepted, and the said City promises, binds and obligates itself to perform all of the conditions and obligations pertaining thereto. That the said offer and conditions thereof are all fully set out in the instrument to which this resolution is attached, and that the passace of this resolution, and the attaching same to the said offer, shall evidence the acceptance thereof." Passed and approv d this the 9th. day of August , A. D. 1954." See Page Ido., in Ordinance book. Mayor Ci-tu6r'off G6o�-Setoyrn, Texas Attest t Secretary, City of GeorCetown, Texas. A contract was subnitted to the City of Geormetown, by The Texas Highway Department, stating the conditions required of the City for the widening and installing curb and gutter on HichwairNo. 29 (12th.Street), from city limits to city limits, and re- qu.ring a payment of w,10,000.00 as the Ci.tyts part of this project. On motion of Alderman Fred C. .4mith, seconded bir Alderman J. H. Compton, the Council an roved the contract, and authorized the payment of the t-10,000.00 as required by unanimous vote of the Council. (See contract on Pace No. of Ordinance book, which is included in these minutes. On mot3.on of Ald. Smith, seconded by Ald. Ccanpton the Council authorized the re- roofing of the City Hall and Fire Station at a contract price of u600.00 with 10 year tuarantee. PIPE LI1rE LTCEIdSE AGREEI.:EP'T WITH M. K. & T. RAIUrAY C072ANY Ietana-er Lee C. B).nck rresented a pipe line license aEreement, dated August 11, 1954, between Udssouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company of Texas and the City of reorget(wn., Williamson County, Texas, covering the installation (Over) 02 a (Continued from Minutes of August gth.1954) of an eight -inch sanitary sewerline across said railroad company's premises at a point as described in said license agreement for account of the Uity of George town, Ald. 4'doodfin made a motion, seconded.Iby .Ald. Smith, that said license agreement be approved and duly authorized City Official instructed to execute said Agree- ment for account of the City of Georgetown, The motion carried. There oocuring no further business the Council adjourned. b'tayor . Attest• CPI bf 'I-Ibor�etown,l Texas Secretary. City of GeorCotown, `foxes.