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Minutes 11.08.1954 CC-RGeer-etovl!, Tax.gs 123 "Teave*mber C, 1954 The City Ciuncilm*t ii r•aulnr s-s=ion on th* above date, ,nyor J. T. Atkin prrsidi4, the f:^lle�� i - members tr bRi'�pre"e�!t: Ald-rmrn; J. II. Compton, E. Y. ?rederie4s�a,F. C. Smith, A. r. �nAd fin, Krn~�ic '7ileex, Jr. Other members: Ler C. 1,1-ck, city mnn-amr; TT. A. "_rt ­ii , sceiestn. t m -,,m r; .Y. II. Yun•:i, attorney; C. S. 3- rder:�, - ssea-or-coll*cter; A. p. Pickle, chief of pelide; J. Tr*,nk Clerk, health officer; Y.L.Cctes, «tort^ry. The mi -auto ^t were reed n�,d en mcti ^ r rf Ald. 'Voedfin, *e -ea *.decd by Ald. Comotsn Swire ;pprnved, after th" ch-nrre of i„itirls of crew p-rsnn. I:'rm,p.rer 11• ck re -d ?lir monthly rer_,rt , billet te�1495.27, rid the ununl rmr.^.rts ehf as.=.,car *r-collPet'+r, the trp+ !• .irrr - -d nrlie_ chi -f. Or mmtimn of Ald. Cirrtn,, srec ided by all. 117ilcox the rep7rts "liar". erdired filed r:•ai billi mrder•d -o-id. X. I. J. i`eCa*I: !s d Pre i. id*,At ^i -ch te­re rre.rAnt �^ d submi.ttcd n m --,.p drpv;*a by Lr.ndac^p® ^rechiteets II^re & ?I -re, mf prns•,, City, ir9., far the s.pprov-rl of the elsuncil Pm to eleai g of torula rtreets avid epo-si,Ig of :ethers, ^s sett nt in the -1nns -s submitted ivi the Prehiteeurl plrAs. An PEr•eme'*.t w s submitted by�'the Southwostern ;t7t­ Telephone, for tti&• appTev&l of the Couaeil, pertnixi•+ff to the iistsllntio>t of a. fire- men's AIPrm System th~t enrblss a eh trombor of tho vire Deprrtmeat to obtain the inform--timn rs to the loc^tinn *•f the firer before lo��vinrr, his residence, when -,n is turned in. The+ ?gra ment t2 be eaproved by s ordinnneee, therefore, after the Par­sm,?nt w -s read, e7�.-,�ommittee!me,n E. K.-Frtde�ricstn tirpm-rted ^n ordin-nen of which the fmlle/,ci'�P' is then .Caption:' "An-Orainnnee by the city of Georpe.town, Tears, Authorizing the City of Georgetown to execute an agreement with the Southwestern 3tRtes ;Telephone Compsky under and by virture of which the Telephone Company is indemnified and held.harmless'against all claims and damages growing .®ut of ibe installing certain equipment and furnishing qL eircuit,to'the City of Georgetown for use in connection with its'Fire Alarm System." t8ee ordinance on Page 118 and Agreetent on'Page 79 in the Regular Minute Book.) Ald. E. R. Fredericson moved the Siiid above Ordinance be Read in full and passed to its second reading, and on account of the Emergency Clause contained therein, the usual rules requiring ordinances to be read at three successive meetings be and are hereby suspended the said brdi nance be hereater be read by caption. The motion was seconded by 11denmax Kennie ;Silcox, Jr. and passed by the following vote: Ayes- Compton, Fred- ericson, Smith, Toodifvk, Wilcox. Noes --none. Ordinance read is full. On motion df Ald. Fredericson, seconded by Ald. Toodfin the Ordi- was read by Caption and passed to its third reading by the following vote; Ayes --Compton, Fredericson, Smith, Toodfin, 'Tileox. Noes --none. Ordinance read by Caption, On motion of Ald. Fredericson,'sec- onded by Wilcox said Ordinance wPs finally passed, the following being the vote: byes --Compton, Fredericson, Smith, ""Vilcox, 'Voodfin. Noes -none, The Mayor declared the same duly passed. CO! r7CT~D ORDINANC 3 "An Ordinance of the City of'Georgetown, Texas, Ordaining, Decreeing,' and Declaring that all portions of the 133 pages of the typewritten matter that is attached hereto, -is composed of valid ordina.naes and parts of ordinances of this City that were All heretofore duly passed and published, and that all the material portions of said ordinances, are copied and brought forward in the said written Pages, that are attached hereto, is made a part hereof, and that same shall hereafter be known as, "CnLLI�'CTFD ORD114= NANCF S”, and that the same is here ordained to be valid ordinances of the. City, and it to ordered that said Collected Ordinances shall be publiseb by Caption, and that this Ordinance that is attached hereto, is made the CAPTION THmT?r0F, and declaring an emergency." 124 (ginutes of Nov. S. 1954 continued from rrge 1231 �C (Collected Ordinances) Ordinance Committeeman F. R. Fredericson presented'an Ordinence'foft which' the above caption was copied, and m6ved the ordinance be read 'in full; 'that after the reading it be passed to its second reading, and because of the emer- gency contained therein the usual rules requiring ordinances be read at three successive meetings be hereby suspended, the same shall be read by caption only before each vote. The motion was seconded by Alderman Kennie 'Vilcox, Jr., and carried by the following vote: Ayes --Compton, ?rederic- son, Smith, Toodfit, "Vilcox. Noes -,Tone. Ordinance read in full. (see same on Psge. No. of Regular Ordinance Book. After reading the aforsaid ordinance by Caption Alderman Wilcox move the same be passed tants third s• ad reading. The motion was seconded by Ald. Compton, and passed by the following vote:r Ayes --Compton Prederieson, Smith, 'Voodfin, Wilcox. Noes- some, Ordinance read by Caption--Ald. A. C. Toodfin moved the same be passed this its Baird and final reeding. Ald, Smith seconded the motion, which carried . The following was the final vote. Ayes -Compton, Tredericson, Smith, Wilcox, Toodfin. *toes --none. The Mayor declard the same duly ;kRdefina.11y passed. Messrs. Isom and Grady Watkins discussed a surveying problem pertaining to ettract of land adjoining the city limits for future consideration of the proper committee. Also Mr.NWoman Schmidt discussed some strreet problems on 8 project of lot improvem6sts he has under consideration. Thereoccuring bo further business the Council adjourned. Yayor, ? Vi MbGeorrg��etlown# Texas Attest: f ,fG feCretarY, City of Georgetown, Texas