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HomeMy WebLinkAboutMIN 01.11.1982 CC-RJANUARY 11, 1983 The City Council met in regular session on the above date at 7:00 PM with Mayor John C. Doerfler presiding. The following Councilmen and Officials were present: Eb C. Girvin, Carl Doering, Marvin Lackey, Bill Connor, William C. Shell, City Manager Leo Wood, City Secretary Jim Colbert, Public Works Director W. L. Walden, Tax/Finance Director Barbara Raney and Planner Renee Hanson. Minutes Motion by Connor and seconded by Girivn to approve the minutes of City Council meeting held December 14, 1982, and December 29, 1982. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Bills Motion by Lackey and seconded by Connor to approve payment of all bills over $2,000.00. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Reports The City Council approved the monthly reports. National Street Motion by Doering and seconded by Connor to allow Rod Association the National Street Rod Association to use San Gabriel Park for a car show with the City Manager and Chief of Police to approve the lcoation. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Award Bids - Motion by Shell and seconded by Lackey to award the bid Forklift on the sale of a forklift to the only bidder, Delta Electric Construction Co., for $300.00 Voting went as follows: Ayes: Girvin, Lackey, Connor and Shell. Noes: Doering. Motion carried. Award Bids - The following bids were received on the over haul of Overhaul of Hi -Ranger a Hi -Ranger bucket truck: Commercial Body Corp. $11,835.00 A -Tec, Inc. 13,256.00 Motion by Connor and seconded by Doering to award the bid to Commercial Body Corp. for $11,835.00. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Award Bids - Motion by Lackey and seconded by Connor to award bids Water & Wastewater on Water and Wastewater supplies to Trans -Tex Supply Supplies Co., Aqua Utility, Inc., American Utility Supply Co., and the Rohan Co., provided the bid on each item meets specifications. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Award Bids - Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to split the 16" Water Line bid award on a 16 inch water line and fittings be- tween American Utility Supply Co., U. S. Pipe and Foundry and Trans -Tex Supply Co., and to accept an alternate bid by U. S. Pipe and Foundry if it can be used. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Ordinance - No action was taken on this matter. Williamson County Calbevision 1st reading Variance - Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to approve a Lot 14, Block B, building line variance from seven (7) feet to 5.6 feet Reata Trails on the Northwest side lot line of Lot 14, Block B, Reata Trails. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Preliminary Plat - No action was taken on this matter. Georgian Village 79 Final Plat - Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to approve a River Bend III resolution authorizing the filing of a final plat of River Bend Subdivision, Unit III, provided no building permits shall be issued until: (1) curbs where required on Riverbend between Mesquite and Williams Drive are provided; (2) portions of Riverbend between Mesquite and Williams Drive are reworked as required; (3) the intersection of Mesquite and Riverbend is reworked to provide concrete valley gutter to properly drain water to Williams Drive; and (4) curb and gutter is provided on Oak Lane where required. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (Ord Book #4, Page 432). Final Plat - Motion by Doering and seconded by Connor to approve a Rocky Hollow resolution authorizing the fixing of a final plat of Estates II Rocky Hollow II subject to a variance in the length of Verna Spur to 698.9 feet and variances on the radii of curves 9, 13, and 14 on Verna Spur to 50.0 feet. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (Ord Book #4, Page 433). rl Ordinance - Motion by Connor and seconded by Lackey to approve on Parking in 1100 second and final reading an ordinance prohibiting block of Austin parking on the west side of Austin Avenue between Ave., 2nd reading 11th Street and University Avenue between the hours of 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday through Saturday. Q Motion carried by unanimous vote. (Ord Book #4, Q Page 434). Ordinance - Motion by Connor and seconded by Lackey to approve on Speed Limits on first reading as an emergency an ordinance zoning for RM2243, 1st reading traffic and rate of speed therein on RM 2243 in the as Emergency City Limits of the City of Georgetown. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (Ord. Book #4, Pages 435,436). Ordinance - No action was taken on this matter. Amend Downtown -Park- ing Ord., 1st read. Appointments - Mayor Doerler appointed Linda Butler, Rnee Hanson, Parking Committee Tom Guyton, Jo Ann Allen, Neal Boydston, Joan King, Clark Thurmond and Gary Clark to a committee to study parking downtown. Airport Leases No action was taken on this matter Utility Service No action was taken on this matter. Charge Georgetown Indus- No action was taken on this matter. trial Dev. Corp. Intergovernmental Motion by Connor and seconded by Doering authorizing the Agreement with Mayor to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement between County the City and Williamson County. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Audit Motion by Connor and seconded by Girvin to approve the audit of fiscal year 1981-1982. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Executive Session The City Council did not adjourn into executive session. Misc. Motion by Doering and seconded by Girvin to have the engineer- ing for the Country Club Drainage project to be done by Freese Nichols. Voting went as follows: Ayes: Girvin, Doering, Connor and Shell. Noes: Lackey. Motion carried. Adjourn There being no further business, on a motion by Lackey and seconded by Connor, the meeting adjourned. :i ATTEST: Jim Col ert, City Secretary ,)´┐ŻL c. zooj&-, J n C. Doerflerl Mayor