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HomeMy WebLinkAboutMIN 03.08.1983 CC-Rno M March 8, 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: 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. Councilmen Girvin and Doering were absent. Minutes Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to approve the minutes of City Council meetings held February 8, 1983, and February 17, 1983. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Bills Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to approve a transfer of $4,490.00 from account 576 to account 455 and to approve payment of all bills over $2,000.00. Motion carried by unanimous vote. David Gray- Turtle Bend Motion by Connor and seconded by Lackey to authorize. Subdivision Policy payment by the City of the difference in the cost of pipe and fittings between and 8 -inch and 20 -inch water line to serve Turtle Bend Subdivision. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Sertoma Club - Park Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to approve a Proposal fitness trail in San Gabriel Park to be installed by the Sertoma Club. The Sertoma Club is to being final layout and plans before the City Council for approval before beginning. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Sheriff's Posse Motion by Shell and seconded by Lackey to change the electric rate on the rodeo arena from commercial to residential. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to waive insurance requirements of the parade ordinance for the Sheriff's Posse Western Week Parade and to allow the Sheriff's Posse to use Sheriffs Deputies instead of City Police Officers at dances in the Community Center. Motion carried by unanimous vote. GTE Report Representatives of General Telephone Company gave a progress report on the Jarrell extended area service charge which is currently before the PUC. No action was taken. Ordinance - GTE No action was taken on this matter. Franchise Tax, 1st reading Award Bid - Motion by Lackey and seconded by Connor to award the Chlorine bid for chlorine to the only bidder, Wilson Oxygen Supply. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Award Bid - Motion by Connor and seconded by Lackey to award the bid Concrete on concrete products to the only bidder, Bryco, Inc. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Award Bid - Bids on Chlorine and Ph Controoler and Chemical Feeders Controller and Chemical were received from Kestran, Inc., Engineered Industrial Feeder Sales and Boyds Pool Service. Motion by Lackey and' seconded by Connor to award the bid to Kestran, Inc. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Award Bid - Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to reject all Sale of 1979 Furd bids on the sale of a 1979 Ford and not to readvertise. Motion carriec by unanimous vote. Library Board Report Harry Gold gave a Library Board report to the City Council. No action was taken. Preliminary Plat - Motion by Connor and seconded by Lackey to approve Reata Trails II a preliminary plat of Reata Trails II with a variance on the length of Wagon Wheel. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Resolution - Parks Motion by Connor and seconded by Lackey to approve a and Wildlife resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for Land and Water Conservation Funds, through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (Ord. Book #4, Page 445). Audit Proposal No action was taken on this matter. Appointments Mayor Doerfler made the following appointments: Hospital Authority Robert M. McKay Wallace G. Evans Barbara Britewell Douglas Benold Planning and Zoning Fred Hilgeman Mike McMaster Pete Bouffard Final Plat - Motion by Connor and seconded by Lackey to approve Georgian Village a final plat of Georgian Village subject to: 1. approval by the State Health Department of minimum water pressure available to the site; 2. a variance on the length and width of the lots; 3. approval of septic tanks by the Williamson County Health Department, and; 4. a 45 foot building line. Voting went as follows: Ayes: Connor and Lackey. Noes: Shell. Motion failed. Planning Department Motion by Lackey and seconded by Shell to authorize an Report expenditure of up to $4,000.00 additional funding to Q receive a complete written report from Guyton and Associates. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Q Ordinance - Amend Motion by Shell and seconded by Lackey to approve on Downton Parking second and final reading an ordinance amending Chapter 22 Ordinance, 2nd of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Georgetown by reading adding an additional 15 minute parking zone, providing for impoundment of motor vehicles for unpaid parking violations, prohibiting interference with impoundment, providing for disposition of unredeemed vehicles and providing a penalty. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (Ord Book #4, Pages 440-441). Ordinance - Amusement No action was taken on this matter. Franchise Tax, 1st reading Ordinance - Utility Motion by Connor and seconded by Shell to approve on Charges, 2nd reading second and final reading an ordinance amending an ordinance prescribing and fixing rates and charges for sale and service of electric, water, wastewater and garbage disposal systems of the City of Georgetown; prescribing the time for payment of accounts and penalties for non-payment; setting deposits for utilities and repealing all ordinances, resolutions and orders in conflict herewith. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (Ord. Book #4, Pages 442-444). Resolution - Parks Motion by Connor and seconded by Lackey to approve a and Wildlife resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for Land and Water Conservation Funds, through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (Ord. Book #4, Page 445). Audit Proposal No action was taken on this matter. Appointments Mayor Doerfler made the following appointments: Hospital Authority Robert M. McKay Wallace G. Evans Barbara Britewell Douglas Benold Planning and Zoning Fred Hilgeman Mike McMaster Pete Bouffard Housing Authority Bob Allen Leon Schrank Bobby Glass Board of Electrical Examiners Joe Buchanan Executive Session At this time, Mayor Doerfler announced that the City Council would convene in executive session as authorized by Article 6252-17, V.T.C.S. Following the executive session, the meeting was opened to the public. Adjourn There being no further business, on a motion by Shell, seconded by Connor the meeting adjourned. ´┐ŻAl- n, La, Jofn C. Doerfleri Mayor ATTEST: Jim Colbert, City Secretary