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HomeMy WebLinkAboutMIN 05.13.1974 CC-R4.il May 13, 1974 The City Council met on the above date with Mayor Joe E. Crawford presiding. The following councilmen and officials were present: Harry Gold, William Eanes, Hubert Brock, J. D. Wininger, City Manager Leo Wood, City Secretary W. L. Walden and City Attorney Joe B. McMaster. Others present were: David True, John Gamble, Bill Conner, Bob Stanton, Jim Coffman, Harold Parker, J. M. Rehler, Andy Welch, Randall Parker, Mr. Nord, Bill Forest and Tommy Ethridge.. Monthly Minutes Motion by Gold and seconded by Wininger that minutes of the City Council and Reports meetings held on April 8, 1974, April 15, 1974, and April 30, 1974 be approved as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Motion by Wininger and seconded by Gold that General Fund bills in the amount of $5,409.62 and Utility Fund bills in the amount of $48,563.01 be approved and paid. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Advertise for Motion by Wininger and seconded by Brock to advertise for sealed bids Street Paving on approximately 60,000 square yards of one inch compacted hot mix asphalt to be paid for with Revenue Sharing Funds. The bids are to be received at the office of City Manager Leo Wood until 7:00 p.m., Monday, June 10, 1974, then publicly opened and read. Motion carried by unanimous vote. O Urban Renewal- Motion by Eanes and seconded by Brock to approve the bid of Willie Resolution Bass Hall for the purchase of parcel F-1-3 in the South San Gabriel Urban Renewal Project as presented in the Resolution. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book No. 2 - Page +383) San Gabriel Heights A petition for 20 MPH speed zone in San Gabriel Heights Addition was Speed Petition presented to the council by residents of the Addition -A recommendation by Police Chief John Shearin was also presented to the´┐Żouncil on the proposed speed zone change. ° Motion by Eanes and seconded by Brock to deny this request. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Flower Box A request from Mrs. Ramos, manager of the Flower Box Florist, for a loading Florist -Loading zone in front of the florist shop was presented to the Council. A recommendation Zone by Police Chief John Shearin was also presented to the Council on the above matter. Motion by Wininger and seconded by Brock to deny this request. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Fair Housing I An Ordinance prohibiting discrimination in the sale, rental and financing Ordinance of real property because of race, color, religion and origin was presented to the City Council for its second and final reading. Motion by Gold and seconded by Brock that the ordinance be passed. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book 02 - Page # 363-365) Andice Road An Ordinance annexing property along and on both sides of the Andice Annexation Highway beginning at the present city limits and continuing to the Booties Road was presented to the Council for its second and final reading. Motion by Eanes and seconded by Brock that the ordinance be passed. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book #2 - Page #369-371) High School An Ordinance annexing property beginning at the north city limits on Annexation Loop 418 and continuing to the new Georgetown High School property was presented to the Council for its second and final reading. Motion,py Brock and seconded by Gold that the ordinance be passed. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book #2 - Page x"367-369) 246 Subdivision An Ordinance to replace the old Subdivision Ordinance now in effect, Ordinance was presented to the City Council. Motion by Brock and seconded by Eanes that the ordinance be tabled for further study. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Serenada Estates- . Mr. Bob Stanton requested that the City Council approve the replat of Re -subdivide a portion of Serenada Estates - Section 2. Motion by Brock and seconded by Eanes to approve the replat. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Rezoning Ordinance A Rezoning Ordinance was presented to the City Council requesting the Hospital Authority property owned by Dr. H. R. Gaddy, Dr. Douglas M. Benold and Dr. James L. Shepherd and being more fully described in the ordinance, be rezoned from RP to C-213. Motion by Eanes and seconded by Gold that this ordinance be passed on the first and final reading. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book #2 - Page +385-387) Rezoning Ordinance A Rezoning Ordinance was presented to the City Council requesting the Hospital Authority property owned by Dr. H. R. Gaddy, Dr. Douglas Benold and Dr. James Shep- herd and being more fully described in the ordinance, be rezoned from C-1 to C -2B. Motion by Brock and seconded by Gold that this ordinance be passed on first and final reading. Motion carried by uanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book #2 Page #384) Preliminary Plat A Preliminary Plat of Industrial Park North was presented to the City Council Industrial Park for approval. The request was tabled for lack of information on street construction North and producer of water for the area. Rezoning Ordinance- A Rezoning Ordinance was presented to the City Council requesting the Carl Doering property owned by Carl Doering and being more fully described in the ordinance, be rezoned from C-1 to C-26. Motion by Brock and seconded by Eanes that this ordinance be passed on the first and final reading. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book No. 2 - Page x"388-389) . Rezoning Ordinance A Rezoning Ordinance was presented to the City Council requesting the Russell D. Parker property owned by Russell D. Parker, and being more fully described in the Ordinance, be rezoned from C-1 to C-26. Motion by Eanes and seconded by Gold that this ordinance be passed on the first and final reading. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book #2 - Page #391-392) A Rezoning Ordinance was presented to the City Council requesting the property owned by Russell D. Parker, and being more fully described in the ordinance, be rezoned from R5 to C-213. Motion by Eanes and seconded by Brock that this ordinance be passed on the first and final reading. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book #2 - Page #389-390) A Rezoning Ordinance was presented to the City Council requesting the property owned by Russell D. Parker, and being more fully described in the ordin- ance, be rezoned from C-1 to C-213. Motion by Gold and seconded by Eanes that this ordinance be passed on the second and final reading. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book #2 - Page #366-367) Annual Arrangements- A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, - Resolution extending termination date of Annual Arrangements Letter of Agreement from June 30, 1974 to December 3%, 1974, was presented to the City Council. Motion by Brock and seconded by -Gold to approve the resolution. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book #2 - Page N 392) City Judge Motion by Gold and seconded by Brock to appoint Timothy G. Maresh as Appointment City Judge for the City of Georgetown with a term to begin on June 1, 1974 and expire on May 31, 1975. Motion carried by unanimous vote. 247 Bond Election- A Resolution and Bond Election Order was presented to the City Council. Order The election -is to be held June 1, 1974, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the Georgetown Fire Station. Motion by Gold and seconded by Brock that the resolution and election order be passed. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See Ordinance Book # 2 - Page #393-396) Urban Renewal- Urban Renewal - Phase #4 - Estimate #2, in the amount of $4,059.99 Phase#4 - Est.#2 from Terry Edwards Construction Company for street construction, was presented to the City Council for approval and payment. Motion by Brock and seconded by Gold to approve and pay this estimate. Motion carried by unanimous vote. VFW Park- Motion by Brock and seconded by Gold authorizing Mayor Crawford to sign EDA Grant documents and papers pertaining to EDA Grant for the new VFW Park. Motion carried by unanimous vote. 40% Electrical Fuel Adjustment & Commodity Adjustment ...