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Minutes 02.23.1970 CC-R1 3.1 The City Council met in called session on the above date. Mayor Jay C. Sloan presiding. The following Councilmen and officals were present Wm. R. Eanes, Harry Gold, Hubert Brock, Doyle Lyda, A. F. Davis, Leo Wood - City Manager, Claud Eads, Asst. City Manager, R. S. Elliott, Fred Muhl, Bill Buchanan, Bill Sterling, Fred Bing, and Bob Coffee. Lone Star Motion by Gold and seconded by Eanes that the Ordinance in - Gas creasing Lone Star Gas rates be passed on its second reading. Ordinance was read by caption. Votes as follows: AYES: Eanes, Gold, Brock, Lyda, Davis, NOES: None. (See Ordinance Book No. 2 - Page 183). Police Car Motion by Gold and seconded by Lyda that the City Manager advertise Bids for bids on now police car to be opened April 13, 1970. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Day Care Mr. R. S. Elliott, Bob Coffee, and Fred Muhl were present to dis- Center cuss the proposed Day Care Center. The Council agreed that the City would be obligated to spend the $15,000.00 dollars voted on ih�the recent bond election and the City would also furnish City owned land for sight construction. Application for a government grant is to be completed by Coffee and R. S. Elliott's office, with the City being free of any fees until approved. Mr. Schmidt A letter form L.C.R.A.'a chief engineer Schmidt was read to the with Council pertaining to modifications at the L.C.R.A.'a sub -station L.C.R.A. for two points of high voltage electrical power to comply with recent bond election. Mayor Sloan, Manager Wood, Councilmen Brock, Davis, and Gold are to $ravel to Austin and meet with Mr. Schmidt on the above matter. Home Rule Motion by Banes and seconded by Gold that we adopt Home Rule Charter Charter Ordinance. (see Ordinance Book No. 2 - Page 194. Mayor Sloan appointed the following to hold the election for the City and the Home Rule Charter: Mrs. R. D. Biggs as Judge and Mrs. J. H. Montgomery as alternate Judge, Mrs. Tom McAferty and Mrs. N. R. Landry as clerks. The election will be April 4, 1970, at the City Fire Station. 132 Zoning And Mayor Sloan appointed the excisting members of the Zoning Commission Planning which consist of Sam Brady - Chairman, A. P. Prude, H. C. Carothers, Commission Roy Lierman, and Elmo Beed, as the official Zoning and Planning Commie ssion for the City of Georgetown. Speed Zone A letter from Mr. B. A. Phillips of Southwestern University on Maple requesting a speed zone change on Maple Street, was read to the Council. Street Also, an answer to this request from Chief of Police Frank Massur, Jr., was read, After much discussion on the matter and on the beat judge- ment of the Council, Mr. Phillips request was denied. General Motion by Brock and seconded by Gold that we purchase an insur- Liability ance policy to cover General Liability in full, Workman's Compensation with five thousand dollars deductible, and Airport Liability from Wallace Evans Agency. Bangers keeper policy is to be reviewed by the City Attorney and discussed at the next meeting. This coverage approved by the Council will cost $4,086.50,subject to payroll audit. Motion carried by unanimous vote. 955 Loader The Council gave the City Manager the authority to use his own Repair judgement on repairs on the 955 Loader used at the sanitary land fill. Radio A letter was read from airport manager Jim Boutwell advising License for the Council that Radie License for the Georgetown Airport expires in Airport April 1970. In order to renew the license a new radio would be re- quired. The City Council advised him to make application with the old radio and see if it could be approved. There being no further business on a motion by Lyda and seconded by Davis the meeting was adjourned. ATTEST: Claud Eads A Jay C. Sloan, Mayor