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CITY COUNCIL MEETING

AUGUST 19, 1997

7:00 P.M.

1.0 ANNOUNCEMENTS & PUBLIC HEARINGS

A regular meeting of the Terrell City Council was held August 19, 1997, at 7:00 p.m., with the following members present:

COUNCILMEMBER #1 DON L. LINDSEY
COUNCILMEMBER #2 TOMMY SPENCER
COUNCILMEMBER #3 FRANCES ANDERSON
COUNCILMEMBER #4 JACK JONES
COUNCILMEMBER #5 JAMES HUFFMAN

1.1 INVOCATION

Mayor Don L. Lindsey called the meeting to order and Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson gave the opening prayer.

1.2 CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING ON ANNEXATION & SERVICE PLAN

No one spoke for Annexation and Service Plan. No one spoke against Annexation and Service Plan. A motion was made by Councilmember Jack Jones and seconded by Councilmember Tommy Spencer to close the Public Hearing. Ayes all; Nayes none. Motion carried.

1.3 MAYORAL CITATION PRESENTATION

Councilmember Frances Anderson was presented a Mayoral Citation by Mayor Don L. Lindsey for her outstanding performance and dedication to the Kaufman County Appraisal District.

2.0 MINUTES

2.1 CONSIDER APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING HELD AUGUST 5, 1997

A motion was made by Councilmember James Huffman and seconded by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson to approve City Council minutes of the regular meeting held August 5, 1997. Ayes all; Nayes none.

2.2 CONSIDER APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD AUGUST 14, 1997

A motion was made by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson and seconded by Councilmember Jack Jones to approve City Council minutes of the special city council meeting held August 14, 1997. Ayes all; Nayes none.

3.0 BIDS

3.1 CONSIDER BIDS AND AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR CHEMICAL PRODUCTS

A motion was made by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson and seconded by Councilmember Jack Jones to approve Low Bid of the Chemical Products Bids. Ayes all; Nayes none. Motion carried.


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Bid Tabulation
Chemical Products
CP-97

Item #1 Unit Quantity Total Company
Liquid Chlorine ton 50
$389.90 $19,495.00 DPC
444.00 22,200.00 Hacrosse
Current Unit Cost $444.00

Item #2 Unit Quantity Total Company
Cationic Poly-Electrolyte 40 Percent Pound 130,000
$0.48 $62,400.00 Armstrong Technology
0.53 $68,900.00 Allied Colloids
0.563 73,190.00 Cytex
0.65 84,500.00 Fort Bend
0.67 87,100.00 Maintenance Engineering
Alternate's Est. Usage
0.34 260,000 88,400.00 Allied Colloids
0.57 195,000 111,150.00 Allied Colloids
Current Unit Cost $0.48

Item #3 Unit Quantity Total Company
Copper Sulfate Pound 4,000
$0.64 $2,560.00 Pioneer Chemical
0.645 $2,580.00 DPC
0.75 3,000.00 Harcrosse
Current Unit Cost $0.64

Item #4 Unit Quantity Total Company
Hydrated Lime Ton 67.5
$104.60 $7,060.50 Texas Lime
107.80 7,276.50 Austin White Lime
Current Unit Cost $104.60

Item #5 Unit Quantity Total Company
Sulphur Dioxide Pound 15,000
$0.5934 $8,901.00 DPC
1.35 20,250.00 BOC
Current Unit Cost $0.63

Recommend award to company in bold.

4.0 ROUTINE BUSINESS

None

5.0 OLD BUSINESS


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5.1 CONSIDER ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 1880 - NOMINATING AN AREA AS AN ENTERPRISE ZONE

A motion was made by Councilmember Jack Jones and seconded by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson for a consent agenda; items 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3. Ayes all; Nayes none. Motion carried.

CITY OF TERRELL
ORDINANCE NO. 1880

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TERRELL, TEXAS NOMINATING AN AREA AS AN ENTERPRISE ZONE PURSUANT TO THE TEXAS ENTERPRISE ZONE ACT (TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, CHAPTER 2303); PROVIDING TAX INCENTIVES, DESIGNATING AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE TO ACT IN ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE NOMINATION AND DESIGNATION OF THE AREA DESCRIBED HEREIN AS AN ENTERPRISE ZONE AND REINVESTMENT ZONE (TEXAS TAX CODE, CHAPTER 312); AND FURTHER DESIGNATING A LIAISON TO ACT ON ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE ENTERPRISE ZONE ACT ONCE DESIGNATED BY THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Terrell, Texas desires to create the proper economic and social environment to induce the investment of private resources in productive business enterprises located in severely distressed areas of the city and to provide employment to residents of such area;

WHEREAS, certain conditions exist in such area which represent a threat to the health, safety, and welfare of the people of such area; and

WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the City to nominate such area in an enterprise zone pursuant to the Texas Enterprise Zone Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 2303, the "Act');

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TERRELL, TEXAS:

Section 1. That the City hereby nominates the area set forth and attached hereto as Exhibit A.

Section 2. That the City finds the zone area meets the qualifications of the Act.

Section 3. That the City Council will provide certain tax incentives applicable to business enterprises in the zone which are not applicable throughout the City as follows:

The City shall refund to any qualified business located in any such enterprise in such enterprise zone the amount of tax paid under the Municipal Sales and Use Tax Act (Texas Tax Code, Chapter 321) by the business and remitted to the Comptroller of Public Accounts up to the maximum extent authorized by Sections 2303.505 and 2303.506 of the Act,. and for a period determined by the City, but which shall not exceed 5 years.

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The City may abate taxes on the increase in value of real property improvements and eligible personal property that locate in a designated enterprise zone. The level of abatement shall be based upon the extent to which the business receiving the abatement creates jobs for qualified employees, in accordance with the attached Exhibit B, and with qualified employee being defined by the Act.

Other incentives that may be negotiated in the proposed enterprise zone on a case by case basis are as follows:

Waiver of development fees to enterprise zone businesses meeting minimum standards.

Accelerated zoning and permit procedures. Enterprise zone businesses will be processed upon receipt, before non-enterprise zone businesses already in hand.

Transfer of city owned surplus land at below market prices for the public purpose of economic development. The ability to purchase city-owned land shall be based upon the extend to which the business receiving the property creates jobs for qualified employees, in accordance with the attached Exhibit C.

Capital improvements in water and sewer facilities and road repair.

The City will apply for training grants for new permanent jobs as available and appropriate to the industry.

One-stop permitting.

Improved fire and police protection.

Low interest loans for housing rehabilitation or improvement.

Section 4. That the area described in this ordinance is designated as an enterprise zone and a reinvestment zone, subject to the approval of the Texas Department of Commerce.

Section 5. That the City Council directs and designates its mayor as the City's authorized representative to act in all matters pertaining to the nomination and designation of the area described herein as an enterprise zone and a reinvestment zone.

Section 6. That the City Council further directs and designates its city manager as liaison for communication with the Department to oversee zone activities and communications with qualified businesses.

Section 7. That a public hearing to consider this ordinance was held by the City Council of August 14, 1997.

Section 8. That this ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage as the law and charter in such case provides.

PASSED AND APPROVED by the City Council of the City of Terrell, Texas on this the 14th day of August, 1997.


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PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Terrell, Texas on this the 19th day of August, 1997.

APPROVED:


________________________________
Don L. Lindsey, Mayor
ATTEST:

_____________________________________
John Rounsavall, City Secretary

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

______________________________________
Mary Gayle Ramsey, City Attorney


(City Seal)

I, John R. Rounsavall, City Secretary for the City of Terrell, Texas certify that the above is a true and correct copy of Ordinance No. 1880 in file in the city offices of the City of Terrell, Texas and that I, as City Secretary of the City of Terrell, Texas, have legal custody of such writing.


_____________________________________
John Rounsavall, City Secretary
August 5, 1997

5.2 CONSIDER ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 1882 - EXTENDING THE BOUNDARIES OF SAID CITY

Consent Agenda on Item 5.1

ORDINANCE NO. 1882

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED PROPERTY TO THE CITY OF TERRELL, TEXAS, AND EXTENDING THE BOUNDARIES OF SAID CITY SO AS TO INCLUDE SAID HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS, AND GRANTING TO SAID PROPERTY AND TO ALL FUTURE INHABITANTS OF SAID PROPERTY ALL OF THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF OTHER CITIZENS AND BINDING SAID FUTURE INHABITANTS BY ALL OF THE ACTS AND ORDINANCES OF THE SAID CITY.

WHEREAS, the City of Terrell is authorized to annex property in accordance with V.T.C.A., Local Government code, Section 43.021 and its home-rule charter and by statute;


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WHEREAS, said property proposed to be annexed is within the city's extraterritorial jurisdiction and is contiguous to the City;

WHEREAS, the City has prepared a service plan for said property which is attached as Exhibit "A" to this Ordinance;

WHEREAS, the City has published notice of hearings on said annexation and held hearings as required by state law; and

WHEREAS, after hearing arguments for and against the same the governing body has voted to annex said property into the City under the authority of Section 43.021 of the Local Government Code.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TERRELL, TEXAS:

SECTION 1. That the property hereinafter described is hereby annexed into the City, and that the boundary limits of the City of Terrell are hereby extended to include said property within the City Limits of the City of Terrell and the same shall hereafter be included within the territorial limits of said City, and said land and the future inhabitants thereof shall hereafter be entitled to all rights and privileges of other citizens of the City and shall be bound by the acts and ordinances of said City.

Being 73.178 acres of land situated in the Ransom Sowell Survey, Abstract No. 443, Kaufman County, Texas, and consisting of three tracts as follows: (1) 39.634 acres described as Tract 1 in Warranty Deed dated March 31, 1986, from Marguerite Elizabeth Bond et al to the City of Terrell, as recorded in Volume 851, Page 594, of the Kaufman County Deed Records; (2) 27.756 described in Deed dated June 267, 1961, from Sara Lillian Bond and Jack P. Bond to the State of Texas, as recorded in Volume 443, Page 141, of said Deed Records and (3) 5.788 acres (by recent survey), being the residue of the Fifth Tract described in Partition Deed dated July 11, 1918, between Thomas R. Bond and Joel R. Bond, as recorded in Volume 186, Page 90, of said Deed Records; all being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows:

BEGINNING at a point in the existing Terrell City Limits line at a point in the Southwest Right-of-Way line of Interstate Highway 20, same being the most Westerly corner of the hereinabove described 27.756 acre tract;

THENCE North 45 degree East with the existing Terrell City Limits line and the Northwest line of said 27.756 acre tract and with the Southwest line of a 100 acre tract described in Deed dated May 13, 1949, from Exsa Laroe et al to Jack P. Bond, as recorded in Volume 321, Page 393, of the said Kaufman County Deed Records, a distance of approximately 1950 feet to the most Northerly corner of said 39.634 acre tract, same being the most Easterly corner of the aforementioned 100 acre tract and being at an angle point in the existing Terrell City Limits;

THENCE South 45 Degree East with the Northeast line said 39.634 acre tract and partially with the existing Terrell City Limits lines, a distance of approximate 2400 feet to the East Bank meanders of Kings Creek;

THENCE with said East Bank meanders, same being the Southeast line of said 39.634 acre tract, Southwesterly about 315 feet to a point in the Northeast Right-of-Way line of Interstate Highway 20;

THENCE Northwesterly with said Northeast Right-of-Way line, about 12 feet to a point in the center line of Kings Creek, same being the Northeasterly corner of said 27.756 acre tract;

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THENCE with said center line meanders, Southerly about 400 feet to a point in the Southwest Right-of-Way line of Interstate Highway 20, same being the existing Terrell City Limits line;

THENCE Northwesterly with said Southwest Right-of-Way line and with the existing Terrell City Limits line, same being the Southwest line of said 27.756 acre tract, a distance of about 3025 feet to the Point of Beginning and containing 73.2 acres of land, more or less.

ARTICLE II.

If any section, provision, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase, or word in this Ordinance or application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such holdings shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this Ordinance, and the City Council of the City of Terrell, Texas, hereby declares it would have enacted such remaining portion, despite such invalidity.

ARTICLE III.

All ordinance or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are, to the extent of such conflict, hereby repealed.

ARTICLE IV.

This ordinance will take effect immediately from and after its passage the publication of the caption as the law in such cases provides.

PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 5th day of August, 1997.

PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 19th day of August, 1997.

_______________________________________________
DON L. LINDSEY, MAYOR


ATTEST:

_____________________________________________
JOHN ROUNSAVALL, CITY SECRETARY

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

_______________________________________________
MARY GAYLE RAMSEY, CITY ATTORNEY

5.3 CONSIDER ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 1883 - AMENDING ANNUAL BUDGET

Consent Agenda Item 5.1


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ORDINANCE NO. 1883

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TERRELL, TEXAS, AMENDING THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 1996, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1997, AS PASSED AND ADOPTED ON SEPTEMBER 17, 1996, TO PROVIDE FOR INCREASES AND DECREASES IN CERTAIN ACCOUNTS; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TERRELL, TEXAS:

SECTION I.

The General Fund Budget be amended to reflect the following changes in the budget:

GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES:

Add:

010-26-4511 SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT/DOOR HARDWARE 13,155.00

The Legislative Department shall read as follows:

010-11-4498 CONTINGENCY FUND 93,633.00

SECTION II.

All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are, to the extent of such conflict, hereby repealed.

SECTION III.

It is hereby declared to be the intention of the City Council that the sections, paragraphs, sentences, clauses and phrases of this Ordinance are severable and, if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, or section of this Ordinance shall be declared unconstitutional by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs, and section so this Ordinance, since the same would have been enacted by the city council without the incorporation of this ordinance of any such unconstitutional phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, or section.

SECTION IV.

This ordinance will take effect immediately from and after its passage and the publication of the caption, as the law in such cases provides.


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PASSED AND APPROVED on this 5th day of August, 1997.

PASSED AND ADOPTED on this 19th day of August, 1997.


APPROVED:


________________________________________
DON L. LINDSEY, MAYOR

ATTEST:


________________________________________
JOHN ROUNSAVALL, CITY SECRETARY

APPROVED AS TO FORM:


________________________________________
MARY GAYLE RAMSEY, CITY ATTORNEY

6.0 NEW BUSINESS

6.1 CONSIDER ISSUANCE OF LICENSE TO VISTAWALL FOR CROSSING ON AIRPORT ROAD

A motion was made by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson and seconded by Councilmember James Huffman to approve the issuance of license to Vistawall for crossing on Airport Road. Ayes all; Nayes none. Motion carried.

6.2 CONSIDER AGREEMENT WITH MEADOWVIEW APARTMENT PROJECT

City Engineer, Stan Ballard discussed with City Council the agreement with Meadowview Apartment Project. A motion was made by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson and seconded by Councilmember Jack Jones to approve Agreement with Meadowview Apartment Project. Ayes all; Nayes none. Motion carried.

6.3 CONSIDER PLAT OF PROPOSED RESUBDIVISION OF LOTS 5 AND 6, PORTER ADDITION

A motion was made by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson and seconded by Councilmember Jack Jones to approve plat of proposed resubdivision of Lots 5 and 6, Porter Addition. Ayes 3; Nayes none - Councilmember Tommy Spencer abstained. Motion carried.


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6.4 CONSIDER PLAT OF PROPOSED RESUBDIVISION OF PARTS OF BLOCKS 11 AND 12, JOHNSON

Councilmember James Huffman discussed with City Council the drainage on the proposed and easement requirements. Councilmember James Huffman opposed easement requirement. Bruce Hershey voiced his opposition to an easement on the property he planned to build on. A motion was made by Councilmember James Huffman and seconded by Councilmember Jack Jones to approve plat of proposed resubdivision of parts of Blocks 11 and 12, Johnson. Ayes all; Nayes none. Motion carried.

6.5 CONSIDER APPROVAL OF ORDINANCE NO. 1884 - AMENDING CITY CODE OF ORDINANCE, APPENDIX 1, SECTION 20, DANCE AND GAME HALL PERMIT FEES

A motion was made by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson and seconded by Councilmember Jack Jones to approve on first reading Ordinance No. 1884 - Amending City Code of Ordinance, Appendix 1, Section 20, Dance and Game Hall Permit Fees. Ayes all; Nayes none. Motion carried.

ORDINANCE NO. 1884

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING APPENDIX 1, FEE SCHEDULE, SECTION 20, OF THE CITY OF TERRELL CODE OF ORDINANCES, BY REVISING SECTION 20, AMENDING PERMIT FEES; AND PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND EFFECTIVE DATE.


BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF CITY OF TERRELL, TEXAS:

Appendix 1, Fee Schedule, as set forth in the City of Terrell Code of Ordinances, is hereby amended by the revisions of Section 20, Dance and Game Halls Permit Fees as follows:

ARTICLE I

SECTION 20: DANCE AND GAME HALLS PERMIT FEES

(1) Initial Permit Fee

Any person who wishes to operate a pool hall, public dance hall, private club, or other place of amusement shall pay a permit fee of fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.00). Such permit shall expire (12) months from the date of issuance.

(2) Permit Renewal Fee

On or before the expiration of the permit each year, such operator of a pool hall, public dance hall, private club, or other place of amusement holding a permit shall renew such permit in the same manner as the original permit and by paying an annual permit renewal fee of fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.00).

PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 19th day of August, 1997.


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PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 2nd day of September, 1997.


____________________________________________
DON L. LINDSEY, MAYOR


____________________________________________
JOHN ROUNSAVALL, CITY SECRETARY


6.6 CONSIDER APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 309 - NOMINATING CONSOLIDATED SYSTEMS, INC., AS A QUALIFIED BUSINESS FOR DESIGNATION OF AN ENTERPRISE ZONE

Interim City Manager Linda Seabolt presented Resolution No. 309 to City Council. A motion was made by Mayor ProTem Frances Anderson and seconded by Councilmember Jack Jones to approve on first reading, Ordinance No. 309 - Nominating Consolidated Systems, Inc., as a qualified business for designation of an enterprise zone. Ayes all; Nayes none. Motion carried.

RESOLUTION NO. 309

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TERRELL, TEXAS, NOMINATING CONSOLIDATED SYSTEMS, INC., AS A QUALIFIED BUSINESS FOR DESIGNATION OF AN ENTERPRISE ZONE.


WHEREAS, the Texas Department of Commerce ("Commerce") designated the City of Terrell Enterprise Zone (the "Zone"); and

WHEREAS, Commerce will consider Consolidated Systems, Inc. as an enterprise project pursuant to a nomination and an application made by the City of Terrell, Texas (the "City"); and

WHEREAS, the City desires to pursue the creation of the proper economic and social environment in order to induce the investment of private resources in productive business enterprises located in the Zone and to provide employment to residents of the Zone and to other economically disadvantaged individuals; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 2303, Subchapter F of the Texas Enterprise Zone Act, Texas Government code (the "Act") Consolidated Systems, Inc. has applied to the City for designation as an enterprise project; and

WHEREAS, the City finds that Consolidated Systems, Inc. meets the criteria for designation as an enterprise project under Chapter 2303, Subchapter F of the Act on the following grounds:

1. Consolidated Systems, Inc. is a "qualified business" under Section 2303.402 of the Act since it will be engaged in the active conduct of a trade or business in the Zone and at least twenty-five percent (25%) of the business' new employees will be residents of a Zone within the City's jurisdiction or economically disadvantaged individuals; [or]

2. There has been and will continue to be a high level of cooperation between public, private, and neighborhood entities within the Zone; and

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3. The designation of Consolidated Systems, Inc. as an enterprise project will contribute significantly to the achievement of the plans of the City for development and revitalization of the Zone.

WHEREAS, the City finds that Consolidated Systems, Inc. meets the criteria for tax relief and other incentives adopted by the City and nominates Consolidated Systems, Inc. on the grounds that it will be located wholly within the Zone, will create a high level of employment, economic activity and stability; and

WHEREAS, the City finds that it is in the best interest of the City to nominate Consolidated Systems, Inc. as an enterprise project pursuant to the Act;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TERRELL, that the findings of the City and its actions approving this resolution taken at the council meeting are hereby approved and adopted.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Consolidated Systems, Inc. is a "qualified" business as defined in Section 2303.402 of the Act, and meets the criteria for designation as an enterprise project, as set forth in Section 2303, Subchapter F of the Act.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the enterprise project shall take effect on the date of designation of the enterprise project by Commerce and terminate five (5) years after that date of designation.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 19th day of August, 1997.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this 2nd day of September, 1997.

____________________________________________
DON L. LINDSEY, MAYOR

ATTEST:

____________________________________________
JOHN ROUNSAVALL, CITY SECRETARY

7.0 DISCUSSION ITEMS

None

8.0 EXECUTIVE SESSION

8.1 ADJOURN INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION IN ACCORDANCE WITH TITLE 5, GOVERNMENT CODE V.T.C.S., CHAPTER 551, OPEN MEETINGS, SECTION 551.074: PERSONNEL MATTERS - MUNICIPAL JUDGE SELECTION

8.2 RECONVENE

8.3 CONSIDER APPOINTMENT OF MUNICIPAL JUDGE


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9.0 HEAR REMARKS FROM VISITORS

Amy Richardson spoke to City Council about bicycle helmet Ordinance and request City look into getting an Ordinance.

10.0 ADJOURNMENT

There were no other matter discussed or acted on at this meeting.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.


____________________________________________
DON L. LINDSEY, MAYOR

____________________________________________
JOHN ROUNSAVALL, CITY SECRETARY



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