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Minutes 03.23.1970 CC-R133 Virgil Virgil Carlson, Executive of Urban Renewal, called the Council's Carlson, attention to George;Acuna's assessment on his property, and stated that it Urban was to high in comparison with other surrounding property. Mayor Sloan Renewal suggested that City Manager Wood contact the Board of'Equalization and present Mr. Acuna's case to them for consideration. Eat. #5, Motion by Eanes and seconded by Gold that Library payment Est. #5, Library to Cloud and Assoc,, Inc., be approved and paid. Motion carried by unanim- ous vote. $15,824.34 was the amount of the payment. 955 Loader City Manager Wood was authorized to make payments on the bill from Holt Machinery Co. in the amount of $4,181.84, for repairs and parts on the 955 Loader used at the sanitary landfill, as follows: $1,500.00 on March 24, 1970, $1,500.00 on July 1, 1970, and the balance October 1, 1970. Hanger- City Manager Wood reported to the Council that City Attorney Joe Keepers McMaster recommended that the City not carry hanger -Keepers Liability Liability Insurance at the Airport. The Council agreed to follow City Attorney McMaster's advice and not purchase Liability insurance. Neal Motion by Eanes and seconded by Brock, that Mayor Sloan execute a Landry lease to Neal Landry for 44 acres known as the sewer farm for a consider - Lease ation of $100.00 per year and for a term of 5 years. All were in favor. 6 Month City Manager Wood presented a 6 month budget to the Council from Budget Sept. 1, 1969, through Feb. 28, 1970. It was reviewed by the Council and operations were according to proposed fiscal budget. March 23, 1970 The City Council met in called session on the above date, Mayor Jay C. Sloan presiding. The following Councilmen anA officals were present Wm. It. Lanes, Ilarry Gold, Hubert Brock, A. F. Davis, City Manager Leo Wood, Asst. City Manager Claud Eads, Fred King,'Ed Neff, Mrs. Cook, Richard Mittanck, and Virgil Carlson. Audit An audit from Sept. 1, 1968, through August 31, 1969, was presented. Mayor Sloan suggested that the Council study the audit and approve it at a later date. Virgil Virgil Carlson, Executive of Urban Renewal, called the Council's Carlson, attention to George;Acuna's assessment on his property, and stated that it Urban was to high in comparison with other surrounding property. Mayor Sloan Renewal suggested that City Manager Wood contact the Board of'Equalization and present Mr. Acuna's case to them for consideration. Eat. #5, Motion by Eanes and seconded by Gold that Library payment Est. #5, Library to Cloud and Assoc,, Inc., be approved and paid. Motion carried by unanim- ous vote. $15,824.34 was the amount of the payment. 955 Loader City Manager Wood was authorized to make payments on the bill from Holt Machinery Co. in the amount of $4,181.84, for repairs and parts on the 955 Loader used at the sanitary landfill, as follows: $1,500.00 on March 24, 1970, $1,500.00 on July 1, 1970, and the balance October 1, 1970. Hanger- City Manager Wood reported to the Council that City Attorney Joe Keepers McMaster recommended that the City not carry hanger -Keepers Liability Liability Insurance at the Airport. The Council agreed to follow City Attorney McMaster's advice and not purchase Liability insurance. Neal Motion by Eanes and seconded by Brock, that Mayor Sloan execute a Landry lease to Neal Landry for 44 acres known as the sewer farm for a consider - Lease ation of $100.00 per year and for a term of 5 years. All were in favor. 6 Month City Manager Wood presented a 6 month budget to the Council from Budget Sept. 1, 1969, through Feb. 28, 1970. It was reviewed by the Council and operations were according to proposed fiscal budget. 134 Tax -Collector The resignation of Tax -Collector tied Muhl was presented to Resignation the Council and accepted. Fred J. Muhl Route 3, Box 134 X Georgetown, Texas March 14, 1970 Honorable J. C. Sloan Mayor of Georgetown City Hall Georgetown, Texas 78626 Dear Mayer Sloan: Please accept my most sincere thanks for your recent expression of confidence in imy ability to contribute to the administration of our City as its Tax Assessor -Collector. Also, I am grateful to every official and employee with whom I have come in contact for their patient, helpful, and friendly attitude in assisting me to assume my new duties. Unfortunately, from my viewpoint, this happy beginning must be abrutly terminated. Reports have been relayed to me that my candidacy for the School Hoard of Trustees could possibly be in conflict with my duties as a city employee. While I do not subscribe to this premise, I do recognise that my candidacy for elective office may cause resentment by some persons and thereby lessen my effectiveness as a public servant. Therefore, I regretfully submit my resignation from the office of Tax Assessor -Collector, effective 20 March 1970. I wish each of you and my successor every success personally, as well as in your untiring efforts to serve our City, If there is anything that I can do to help our Community in the future, please let me know. Yours Respectfully, Fred J. bfuhl Their being no further business on a motion by Davis and seconded by Brock the meeting was adjourned. ATTEST: Claud Eads