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Minutes 09.13.1954 CC-RGeornet®,,vn, Twx^'s Sertember 13, 1954 The City Council met in rerul,-r serlGio-1 on thA above da,t+*, 111pyor J. T. Atkin presiding, the following sldermen and officisls`of`thd city were present: Aldermen J. IT. C-)mpton, T. 1". rederieson, F. C. Smith, Kennie ,Silcox, Jr., snd A. C. Woodfin. 'NanAger Lee C. '31ack, 'V. H. Nunn, ^ttorney; C. S. S.^nders, assessor -collector; J. 7rank Clark, 1 2 1_ health officer; A. P. Pickle, chief of police; IT, A. Partain, Qsmistant city manager and Y. L. Cates, GFcretnry. On motion of A1d. Compton, seconded by Ald . ?rederieson the minutes of the previous meeting were approved. Manager 11!,ck read his motthly report, and the reportq of other city officers, including $620.09 in bills for approvel to be paid. CIM motion of Ald. �Iilcox, seconded by Ald. '7oodfin, the report wns received to be filed end the accounts ordered paid. The Auditing Committe►'s report for 1953 was reed and w^s received for f filing, on motion of Ald. "loodfin, seconded by Ald. H. C. 'rederieson. h.essrs. Gilbert -3redthauer and Isom, representing the Georgetown Cham- ber of Commerce were present, and presented for consideration the forming of a city planning board for the city, leading possibly to the Zoning of the city at some future date. After some discussion the Council voted as fav®ring a planning committee from the Chamber of Commerce. The motion was made by Ald. Compton, seconded by Ala. Tilcox, The Mayor named Messrs. Edward Fvans, Gilbert Bredthauer, aid J. J. Jones to serve on the Tax Equalization 3oard. On oration of Ald. Frederieson, seconded by Ald. ;Pileox that the Council ratify the Mayor's appointments, whieh carried unanimously. There aceuring no further Attest burliness the Council adjourned. I Lia yor, c'77 of eorgetfew n, Texas... Secretary, Texas....