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CITY OF TAYLOR, TEXAS
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 400 PORTER ST.
March 9, 2006, 6:00 P.M.
CALL TO ORDER AND DECLARE A QUORUM
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
(The Consent Agenda includes non-controversial and routine
items that the Council may act on with one single vote. The Mayor or a Council
member may pull any item from the Consent Agenda in order that the Council
discuss and act upon it individually as part of the Regular agenda.)
1. Minutes from February
28, 2006. (Susan Brock).
2. Ordinance 2006-5
Special use Permit for the operation of a bar located at 3311 W. 2nd
Street (US HWY 79) as requested by Mr. Manoj Naik.
3. Ordinance 2006-6 to
rezone 400 Symes Street from R1, Single Family, to D, Duplex as requested by
Pacifica Investments, Inc.
REGULAR AGENDA – REVIEW/DISCUSS & CONSIDER/ACTION:
4. Consider annual
contracts with YMCA of Greater Williamson County for Swimming Pools.
Strategic Plan update with staff revisions. (Frank Salvato)
Session. The Taylor City Council will conduct a closed executive meeting under
Section 551.071 of the Texas Government Code in order to meet with it’s City
Attorney on a matter in which the duty of the Attorney to the governmental body
under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of
Texas authorize and allow such a closed meeting and which Rules conflict with
the Texas Open Meetings Act.
7. Consider action
from Executive Session.
Council may vote and/or act upon each of the items listed in this Agenda. The
Council reserves the right to retire into executive session concerning any of
the items listed on this Agenda, whenever it is considered necessary and
legally justified under the Open Meetings Act. I certify that the notice of
meeting was posted in the Taylor City Hall Lobby before 6:00 pm on March 6, 2006
and remained posted for at least 72 continuous hours before the scheduled time
of said meeting. I further certify that the following news media was notified
of this meeting: Taylor Daily Press.
Susan Brock, City Clerk