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Minutes 12.14.1970 CC-R151. December 14, 1970 Tile City Council met in regular session on the above date with Mayor Jay C. Sloan presiding. The following councilmen and officials were present Harry Gold, -William Lanes, Joe Crawford, J. D. Wininger, City Manager Leo Wood, and Asst. City Manager Claud )rads. Others present were Architect Roger Erickson, Bill Buchanan, Mrs. Hebert Baker, Virgil Carlson, Mrs. Eleanor Cook, E. E. Zucknick, 13. L. Coker, and Richard Ilittanck. Public I{ear- Mayor Sloan discussed the public hearing; which was held December 7, ing 1970, relating; to annexiation of 67 acres south of Georg;etowns present Annexiation city limits. The following people were present entire city council, mayor, managers, Darrell Ekdahl, Herman Catron, J. 1V. Chamber, Tom Weinbrenen, Cody Fulkes, Cecil Milligan, Bill French, John Doerfler, Walter Doerfler, Maurice Adams, and several other interested citizens. Also present were Leroy Berkman representing the City Tax Equalization Board as well as Tax Collector Robert Caulette. Many questions were asked concerning the new addition to the city and all questions were answered well by Mayor Sloan and the Council. After a very informative meeting for both parties the Public hearing was adjourned. CD Minutes Minutes of Council meetings held on November 9, and November 23, 1970, were approved as presented. Monthly [sills %lotion by Gold and .seconded by Wininger that general fund bilis in t}se V amount of $2,134.68 and Utility bills in the amount of 619,177.12 be approved and paid. %lotion carried by unanimous vote. Water Tower Motion by bold and seconded by Lanes that Estimate ##3 on WaterTower project by Pittsburgh Deg-11oines Steel Companyin the amount of $6,670.26 be approved and paid.Motion carried by unanimous vote. W. I}. Mullins Motion by bold and seconded by Crawford that engineering fees on. Estimate #2 and 3 to 1V. It. Mullins Inc. in the amount of $1,829.97 for the water.tower be approved and paid. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Lone StarMayor Sloan,stated that he had talked with Mr. Bell, from the Lone Gas Co. Star Gas Company in Dallas, regarding; renting the Building; presently occupied by Lone Star Gas Company. Mayor Sloan stated that Mr. Bell thought Lone Star Gas might go as high as $160.00 per mouth rent. Urban Renewal Mr. Virgil Carlson, Urban Renewal Director, was present and presented Virgil Carlson a resolution concerning the sale of one lot near the old Carver School. Motion by Gold and seconded by Lanes that above resolution be adopted. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book ## 2 - Page 217-218) Park Well Manager Wood reported to the Council that ttie City should proceed Pump with the (Vater. Bond Program by increasing; the park well pump for more capacity. Motion by Gold and seconded by Eanes that bids for water pump be opened January 11, 1071. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Loading Cheif of Police John Shearin recommended a loading zone at the 'Lone Grace's Thrift Shop. Motion by Gold and seconded by Wining;er that the loading 'zone be granted. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Annexiation 67 acres south of the south city limits was discussed for annexiation. 67 Acres South This land includes Wickes and 36 other property owners. Motion by Winingrer and seconded by Gold that above ordinance be adopted. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book ##2 - Page 2lb-219) Police The police station committee composed of .Joe Crawford, Hubert Brock, Station J. D. Wininger, and City Manager Wood recommended that the council reject all bids in the recent bid opening, but, not to dismiss efforts to flet a police station. The following; sites were discussed land next to jail, water plant, Lone Star Gas Company Building;, and present site. Mr. Lanes stated be would be in favor of the police station being located in area of business in the City. The Council authorized Mayor Sloan to contact Lone Star G,,s Company and determine if they would be interested in leasing gas building for 6200.00 per month for five years. Mayor Sloan is to report at the next meeting. 15 2 B. L. Coker D. L. Coker asked the council about installing a sewer line on Sewer Line Williams Drive. Manager Wood stated that there were plans to install sewer at this location in the near future. There being no further business on a motion by Wininger and seconded by Gold the meeting{ adjourned. ATTEST: Jay C. Sloan, Mayor, City of Georgetown Claud Lads, Secretary