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Minutes 06.22.1970 CC-R141 June 22, 1970 The City Council met in called -session on the above date. Mayor Jay C. Sloan presiding. The following councilmen and officials were present, William It. lanes, Harry Gold, J. D. Wininger, Hubert ".Brock, City Manager- Leo anager__Leo Wood, Asst. City Manager Claud Eads, City Attorney Joe B. McMaster, Water & Sewer Supt. J. D. Tinning, Bill Buchanan, '1rs. Cook, Richard Mittanck, and Ship Mills. Zoning The Committee consisting of Chairman Hubert Brock, Harold Parker, Ordinance Sam Brady, Elmer Fredrickson, Virgil Carlson, and Leo Wood, which was Ammendment appointed by Mayor Sloan for the purpose of studing a change in the zoning ordinance, gave the following recommendation. That the required 25 feet set -hack on corner lots be changed to 15 feet set -backs on side of corner lots and the fronts to remain at the present 25 feet set -backs. !Notion by Wininger and seconded by Gold that the above recommendation be accepted and approved. Motion carried by unanimous vote. City Attorney Joe B. McMaster is to draw up the amendment to the 'Zoning Ordinance. Joe McMaster See Ordit�an a Book ##2 - Pair 202 Joe ri. .16faster presen ed su division "Haven Heights to be considered Sub -Division for dedication by the council. This parcel of land is not in our City limits, but is in the required distance to be con-troled by City Charter. Motion by Brock and seconded by Eanes that the above subdivision be approved and accepted. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Iii -Lift Pump The following bids were opened for the Ili -lift PwLip, as advertised. Bids Southwest Purip & Supply Co.$68? , 7.65 Layne Tex Co., of Houston 49314.00 Mayor appointed a committee composed of J. -D. Tinning, Harry Gold, Leo Wood, and J. D. Wininger to examine above bids and report back to the Council at a called council meeting to be held, June 27, 1970. Eugene Motion by Wininger and seconded by Brock that the bill in the amount Hobart hill of $395.93 to Eugene Hobart as final payment on Library and all archi- tect fees be approved and paid. Motion carried by unanimous vote. W. 11. Mullins Motion by Brock and seconded by Wininger that the bill in the amount Bill of $409.73 for final payment for painting of 500,000 gal. water tank be approved and paid to W. 11. Mullins. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Police Mayor Sloan appointed City Manager Wood, Crawford_ and Gold to serve on Station Building..Committee for new proposed Police Station to be constructed with Committee $15,000.00 bond money and $15,000.00 grant from Criminal Judicial Council. Civil Defense The Council authorized Manager Wood to have the civil defense officials to have there meeting in Georgetown and use City personnel to test civil defense equipment in case of any diaster. This meeting is to be held from Sept. 22, 1970 to Oct. 1, 1970: - Mrs. Harris & A letter from Mrs. Jack Barris and Mrs. Judy Shepherd in reference Mrs. Shepherd to traffic problems on Laurel and 15th Streets was read to the Council. Letter The Council authorized Manager Wood to work with Police Chief Masur on this matter. 142 9 Month Budget City Manager Leo Wood presented a nine month budget review to the Council. Mayor Sloan stated that there would be a called meeting of Council June 27, 1970, regular meeting July 6, 1970, and bid opening July 13, 1970. There being no further business on a motion by Brock and seconded by Gold the meeting adjourned. ATTEST: Claud Lads June 27, 1970 Jay C. Sloan, Mayor The City Council met in called session on the above date, with Mayor Jay C. Sloan, presiding. The following councilmen and officials were present Hubert Brock, Joe Crawford, J. D. Wininger, City Manager' Leo Wood, Asst. City Manager Claud Eads, City Attorney Joe McMaster, Water & Sewer Supt. J. D. Tinning, and Skip Mills with the Williamson County Sun. Hi -lift Pump Motion by Brock and seconded by Lanes that the bid submitted by Bid Southwest Pump and Supply for Iii -Lift Pump and accessories Laithe amount of i$6,827.65 be accept4d. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Alvin Braun Alvin Braun Commission Company requested from the Council a continued Commisbion lease on approximately 35 acres of land north of the High School Football Company Stadium. Mr. Braun wanted to build permanent holding pens for cattle on about 3 acres of this land. Council decided to take request under ad- visement and further study. Harold Parker Motion by Brock and seconded by Crawford that resolution and or - Country Club dinance for dedication and annexation of Harold Parker subdivision, Unit No. 4 Country Club Unit no. 4, be approved and accepted, subject to approval of City Attorney Joe McMaster. Motion carried by unanimous vote. (See*Ordinance Book No. 2 - Page There being no further business on a motion by Wininger and seconded by Brock the meeting adjourned. ATTEST: Claud Eads JULY 6, 1970 Jay C. Sloan, Mayor The City Council met in regular session with Mayor Jay C. Sloan presidinb. Others present were Mayor Pro -Tem Hubert Brock, Councilmen Barry gold, Joe Crawford, -Bill Ellnes, and J. D. Winninger, City Manager Leo Wood, City Attorney Joe McMaster, Williamson County Sun Reporter Skip Mills, K.G.T.N.'s Bill Buchanan and Richard Mittanck, and Eleanor Cook. Also present were Jim Rehler and Bob.Dean, interested citizens. Minutes and reports from the previous Council meetings were read and approved. Monthly Bills Motion by Gold and seconded by Brock that the General Fund bills in the amount of $2,417.63 and Utility fund bills in the amount of $26,322.81 be approved. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Bond Program Motion by Brock and seconded by Gold that the Bond Program bills in Bills the amount of $2,992.37•be paid. -Motion carried by unanimous vote. Urban Renewal Mr. Virgil Carlson, Urban Renewal Director was present and presented two resolutions for the Councils consideration. Mr. Brock made a motion that we except the following resolution;, Mr. Lanes seconded the motion. All were in favor. (See Ordinance Book No. 2 - Page 204 Mr.,Eanes made the motion that we except the following resolution, Mr. Winninger seconded the motion. All were in favor. (See Ordinance Book No. 2.- Palre 204) Harold Parker The Country Club Unit I`i was:presonted for annexation into the City Country Club of Georgetown by Mr. Harold Parker. City Attorney Joe McMaster is to re - Unit No. " view the application before the next meeting. 203 Iii, IT ItE.SOLVED By 11I1.. CITY Col:';CI1• OF (;1 WL61."1VVIN, T!,1A1S: 1. That the owners, Harold S. Parker, individusrlly anti as Attorney in Vnct. toy' J. T. Parker, Jr. and wife, Annie E. Parker, ;Ralph Parker and wife, Pe'ree N. Parker, Vivian N. Dunman and husband, Cecil Dunman, and 1'ergy M. Parker, wife of 1,trold S. Parker, of that certain tract of land designated as Country Club Aires, Unit Ili, to the City of Georgetown, Texas, are hereby nuthorized to file for record in tile office of the County Clerk of Williamson County, Texas the map or i'la" of s( -id tract attached hereto, and the said County Clerk of Williamson County, Textts, is hereby authorized to accept for filing and .to record said Mal) of said Tract of land. 2. In authorizing the filing anti recording of said Map of acrid tract of lata], the City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, (toes not assume anv oblir:ittion to grade, improve or maintain the streets shown thercon. ADOPTED AND APPROVU) this 27th day of June, 1970. A naa: JAY C. SLOAN,-%IYOU, CITY OF (11%l,,R'(;L1O N CLIU) MDS, CITY SEEILLT�11tY d� O C7 U AN`HU;rl; tlltl)1V.1.:CL. AIN 01WINANCI•: XNNI:.XING T11L 111-RIANAPTIAL Dli1jCRIlI1.D TERRITORY TO 1'!II. CIT)' Ur' (;1;tll((;1:TO'1'N, WILLIAMSON CUh';TY, TLYUS, AND L.XTLNDING TU 11011':DAILY LIMITS OF *�Alu CITY SO AS TO INCLI;DL SAID 11I:ItEINAiTLA DESCRI11LD P1tOPlRTY 111THIN THE CTTY LIMIM3, AND t;it,1.`:TINt; TO SAID TLIQLITOILY AND TO ALL FUTURE* INHAMTANT; OF SAM 1'1tt)1'IRTY ALL OF TUE ItTGNTS AND PILIVILEGIS OF OTiltlt CITIZLNs AND BINDING )AID 11711E IN!WiITANT:- BY ALL (`F THL ACTS AND Oltl)J`'A!\CFS OF THE SAID CITY. W11EItIAS, a petition -for annexation has heen duly sigtled and acknowledged by rrich and every person or corporation having an int.er(,st in the followir.,: descrihed terri- tory, to -wit: W!W,I;AS, said tract of land is contiguous and adjacent to the city of (.,eoraefown, Texas, acrd is not more than one-half Cf) chile in widdl, ttw! 1-11tLRL1S, said petition wt+s presented to the City Council or, the (;t.lr (lay or July, 1970, such date being, not: less than `r t+nd notmore than 30 f1.l}•.s fro►„ t!►e Ante hereof, and 17111:1L1:;1S, after hearing such petition and the nrguinents for and against fit(! same, the City Council has voted to grant such petition and to annex Quid ierr•i tori• to the City of Georgetown, Texas: NOl'i T111'1LEFORED be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Georf�vt(jlvu, Texas: That the foregning described property he and the same is hereby annexed to the City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texts, and that the boundary limits of the City of Georgetown, Texas, be and the same sire hereby ext^nded to i'rclude the above described territory within the city limits of the City of Georgetown, Texast, and the same shall hereafter be included within the territorial li*iits of suit] Cita, rind said land and ttre future inhabitants thereof shall hereafter be entitled to rill rights and privileges of other citizens of the City of Georgetown, Texas) and shall be bound by the acts and ordinances of said city. The City Clerk is hereby directed to file with the County Clerk of (icor;,retor•n, Texas, a certified copy of this ordinance. PASSED by nn affirrnntive vote of all members of the City Counri I, this t;tl► day of July, 1970, .111I1ItUVLD: A'11'1:s T : Claud Lntls, Secretary Jar C. slot+n, Mr(yur, City� of (,ear_,e(t11Vr1 Cly GC CZowN 1�r._ W4 14:3 Closing of A.letter was read which was addressed to the Council from Wallace Forest St. Be-Lvans, Mearl Leffler Jr., and Lena B. Rehler requesting the Permanent tween 7th&8th closing of Forest Street between 7th and 8th Streets. After discussion Mr. Eanes mode a motion and second,! by Crawford that the above street remain closed. All were in favor. Selling of Another letter was read to the Council concerning the selling of the East half of East half of block 43 from the Belford sucessor and the West half of the Block 43 block from Georgetown Railroad. The East half in the amount of 65,967.00. Georgetown Railroad did not have a price submitted. This property to be used for a police building or future city facilities. Offer good until August 1, 1970. It was tabled after discussion. Tranquilizer !Memo was read to the Council from Chief Masur Jr. about a tranquilizer Gun gun to control the dog problem. No action was taken -on the matter. Police Chief A letter of resiffnation was read to the Council from Police Chief Resignation Frank Masur Jr. effective July 15, 1970. City Manager Wood was advised to start taking applications for a new chief. Taxi Service A letter was read by Mayor Sloan from Clara G. Williams pleading to the -City Council for a taxi service in Georgetown. The council agreed but had no solution to the problem. W. 1I. Mullins A bill was submitted to the Council from W. 11. Mullins Engineering Cly Bill Co. in the amount of$6,661.62 for engineering fees performed on a recent O rate study and work done on the new 500,000 gallon water tower. $1,750.00 was deducted from the bill as a payment on the first statement V for Mr. Mullins work leaving the total of Mr. Mullins first bill to the City in the amount of $4,911.62. (Motion made by Mr. Brock and second by Mr. Gold that we pay above bill. All were in favor. ATTIZ'1': On a motion by Lanes and second by Crawford the meeting adjourned. Claud Eads Jay C. Sloan, Mayor