Audio for City of Glen Rose Town Council Meeting for March 22 2010


 

Audio for City of Glen Rose Town Council Meeting for March 22 2010
 


30 March 2010 at 8:50:39 AM
salon

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and here's the minutes and agenda

MINUTES OF MEETING

CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLEN ROSE

MARCH 22, 2010 - 5:30 PM

COUNCIL CHAMBERS – TOWN HALL

 

MAYOR PAM MILLER CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER AT 5:30 PM WITH FOUR COUNCILMEMBERS PRESENT, INCLUDING COUNCIL MEMBERS CHRIS BRYANT, BOB STRICKLIN, ROCKY TERRY AND MAYOR PRO-TEM BARBARA MITCHELL. RICKY VILLA WAS ABSENT.

 

Copy of Agenda:

 

  1. Public Hearing on request from C J & N Properties, LLC to re-zone the property 

     located at 1404 N.E. Barnard Street from an R-1 to a PD Planned Development.

 

 

      2.  Public Hearing on request from Michael Stephenson to re-zone the property located at 101 N.E. Vine Street from an R-1 to a B-3.

 

     3.  Public Hearing on request from Mr. Watson to re-zone the property located at 104 and 106 S.W. Vine Street from an R-1 to a B-3

 

 

Regular Agenda:

 

  1.  Citizen Comments: This is for citizens to comment on any subject concerning city business that is not on the current agenda.  Members of the Council may answer direct questions, but no action may be taken at this meeting.
  2. Approve minutes of previous meeting(s).
  3.  Discussion and possible action on Mr. Stephenson request for a re-zone of 101 N.E. Vine Street.
  4.  Discussion and possible action on Mr. Watson request for a re-zone of the property located at 104 and 106 S.W. Vine street..
  5. Discussion and possible action on request from CJ&N to re-zone the property located at 1404 N.E. Barnard.Street.
  6. Review of sales tax revenues.
  7. Discuss and possibly appoint group to review and assess for Council, applications for City Administrator position. 
  8. Discuss and possibly approve schedule for interviewing candidates for City   Administrator.
  9. Discuss and possibly take action to change the time line for compliance with a written warning or ticket.
  10. Discuss and possibly take action on using nCourt to collect tickets by internet.
  11. Jimmy Gosdin to make a presentation concerning signage for Glen Rose.
  12. Consider and possibly designate recommended properties as a 2010 Historic Landmark.
  13.  13.      Oakdale Report
  14. 14.       CVB Report.

  

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

  1.       No one spoke on this item. 
  2.      Bill Moore said he had no objections to the re-zoning of this property

          But he did object to the closing of Elm Street. He was assured that

          Elm Street would not be closed at this time.   

3.       No one spoke on this item.

Action on  Agenda Items:

  

  1. Citizen Comments: Karen Richardson spoke about trees being cut down on property at the corner of highway 67 and Gaither Street. Dennis Moore stated that a flock of buzzards were roosting at the corner of Mary Lynn and S.W. Barnard Streets and they were rally causing a stink.
  2. 2.         Minutes: Motion was made by Councilman Chris Bryant and seconded by Councilman Bob Stricklin to approve the minutes as presented. All voted yes. Motion carried.
  3.          3.         Stephenson Re-Zone: Motion was made by Councilman Chris Bryant and seconded by Councilman Rocky Terry to grant the zone change requested by Mr. Stephenson to re-zone 101 N.E. Vine from an R-1 to a B-3 zone. All voted yes. Motion carried.
  4. Watson Re-Zone:Motion was made by Councilman Bob Stricklin and seconded by Councilwoman Barbara Mitchell to re-zone 104 and 106 S.W. Vine Street from an R-1 to a B-3 zone. All voted yes. Motion carried.
  5. Re-Zone C J & N Properties:  Motion was made by Councilman Chris Bryant and seconded by Councilman Bob Stricklin to table action on this item until the regular meeting on April 12, 2010. All voted yes. Motion passed.
  6. Review Sales Tax:  Mayor Miller presented the council with several graphs depicting the decrease in sales tax revenues over the past year. The council was in agreement with the Mayor’s concerns and stated that was the reason for the budget review meeting on April,10, 2010. {ABOUT 32 MINUTES iN ON THE AUDIO)
  7. Application Review Committee:  Motion was made by Councilman Bob Stricklin and seconded by Councilman Rocky Terry to appoint Larry Shaw, Gary Whittle, Larry Fleming and Barbara Mitchell to a committee to review all résumé’s for city administrator job. All voted yes. Motion passed.
  8. Schedule of Time Line: Motion was made by Councilman Chris Bryant and seconded by Council Bob Stricklin to approve the time line as presented. All voted yes. Motion carried.
  9. Compliance Time Line: Motion was made by Councilman Chris Bryant and seconded by Councilman Bob Stricklin to table action on this item until Andy and Larry Shaw could discuss wording for a time line. All voted yes. Motion carried.
  10. nCourt: Motion was made by Councilman Bob Stricklin and seconded by Councilman Rocky Terry to use nCourt for online payment of fines. All voted yes. Motion carried.
  11. Welcome to Glen Rose Signs: Jimmy Gosdin gave a presentation on signs that the city might consider placing at entrances to the city. Council thanked Mr. Gosdin for his presentation and complimented him and his group on their efforts.
  12. Historic Landmarks; Motion was made by Councilman Bob Stricklin and seconded by Councilman Chris Bryant to approve allowing the seven properties to be given a landmark designation. All voted yes. Motion carried.
  13. CVB: Billy was not present. The Mayor said progress was being made at Oakdale. That by all accounts Spring Break seemed to have been good for us.

Motion was made by Councilman Bob Stricklin and seconded by Councilwoman Barbara Mitchell to adjourn. All voted yes. Meeting adjourned at 6:59 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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