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2010-06-18 / General Stories

From the Mayor’s Desk

by Robert Willrich, Sr. by Robert Willrich, Sr. The Lexington City Council met in regular session on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010, at 6:00 p.m., at the Woodson Community Center.

Present was Mayor Robert Willrich, Sr., Councilpersons Tony Tavary, Tim Brown, Lori Barnikow and William Langehennig. Councilperson Greg Langehennig was absent.

Mayor Willrich, brought the meeting to order and welcomed the guest. There was no citizen input.

*Barnikow made the motion to approve the minutes of the following meetings – May 12th, 14th, 19th & 20th, 2010 Brown seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

* Barnikow made the motion to pay bills for the month of May 2010. Brown seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

* Tavary made the motion to take bids on the property between Lexington Auto and the Woodson Building with reserving the right to reject bids. Barnikow seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

* Brown made the motion to table agenda item on installing water/sewer and opening up right-of-way for a street on property to be purchased by Scott Sherrill. Barnikow seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

* Brown made the motion that any municipal court judge located in a municipality in Lee County, Texas, is authorized to sit for the regular municipal court judge of the City of Lexington, Texas, in the event the regular judge is unable to act for any reason. The substitute judge, while serving as the judge for the City of Lexington Municipal Court, has all the powers and shall discharge all the duties of the municipal judge. A substitute judge must meet the qualifications prescribed for the municipal judge. Tavary seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

* Tavary made the motion to offer $20.00 per hour plus mileage to substitute judge. Brown seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

*Tim Brown made the motion to approve a resolution authorizing the City of Lexington to grant permits or permission for real property and improvements located outside of the city limits of the City of Lexington, Texas, to use water meters that existed outside the City’s limits on or before April 9, 2008, to connect to the City’s water utilities. Lori Barnikow seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

* Barnikow made the motion to approve the financial report. Brown seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

* Barnikow made the motion to approve the budget report. Tavary seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

* Barnikow made the motion to approve the police report. Brown seconded the motion. Vote 4 for.

*Tim Brown made the motion to adjourn. Tavary seconded the motion. Vote 4 for. Adjourned at 6:20 p.m.

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