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01-01-65 TC MinSPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN January 1, 1965 A Special Meeting of the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Westlake, Texas, was held at the McGuire Ranch Headquarters in Tarrant County, Texas, on the 2nd day of January, 1965 at 4:00 o'clock P.M. pursuant to a call of the Mayor and a waiver of notice of meeting signed by the Mayor and all of the Aldermen. Present were John A. McGuire, Mayor, and Messrs. H. S. Thrasher, H. T. Webster, A. H. Wilde, John A. McGuire, Jr, and A. L. Odom constituting the entire Board of Aldermen. The Mayor called the meeting to order and an- nounced that a quorum existed for the transaction of business. He then asked Mr. A. L. Odom to act as Secretary of the meeting and take the minutes of the meeting. The Mayor then stated that the purpose of the meeting was to consider the adoption of various Ordinances which had previously been informally discussed by the individual Aldermen as being essential for sanitation and the general health and welfare of the people in the Town. The Mayor then presented to the meeting a proposed form of ordinance limiting the raising of hogs or swine within the Town Limits. After a full discussion of the provisions of such proposed ordinance and after several changes and modifications thereto were made, the Mayor requested the Secretary to read to the meeting the following proposed Ordinance No. 32: 0-97 ORDINANCE NO. 32 AN ORDINANCE LIMITING THE KEEPING, HARBORING AND RAISING OF HOGS AND SWINE WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS; PROVIDING A PENALTY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE WHEREAS, the raising of hogs or swine in unlimited quantities withing the Limits of the Town will create a nuisance and hazard to the public health and welfare; and the Board of Aldermen have determined that it is pro- per for the government of the Town and in the best interest and general welfare of the Town and its inhabitants to pro- mulgate certain limitations concerning the raising and har- boring of such animals within the Limits of the Town; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep, harbor or raise with in the Limits of the Town more than two (2) hogs or swine per acre of landholdings of such person within the limits of the Town, or to construct, erect or maintain any pen or other enclosure for such animals which not not less than one thousand feet (1,000') of any properyt adjoining the property of the person keep- ing, harboring or raising such animals and not less than one thousand feet (1,000') from any public road within the Limits of the Town. 2. Any person who shall violate any of the provi- sions of this Ordinance, or shall fail to comply therewith or with any of the requirements thereof, shall be deemed guilty of a midemeanor, and any such person upon receipt of written notice from the Mayor of the Town specifying such person's violation of or failure to comply with this Ordinance shall be liable to a fine, and upon conviction of any violation shall be fined in any sum of not more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00); and each day any such violation shall be permitted to exist shall constitue a separate and distinct offense. 298 3. This Ordinance shall become effective and be in full force and effect from and aftor its passage and ap- proval by the Mayor and duly attested by the Town Secretary, and shall be enforceablo after publication as prescribed by the laws of the State of Texas. ADOPTED this day of January, A. D. 1965. Thereafter, upon motion duly made by Mr. Wilde and seconded by Mr. Thrasher, the foregoing Ordinance No. 32 was unanimously adopted. The Mayor then presented to the meeting a proposed form of ordinance providing for the licensing of junk and scrap businesses within the Town Limits. After a full dis- cussion of the provisions of such proposed ordinance and after several changes and modifications thereto were made, the Mayor requested the Secretary to read to the meeting the following proposed Ordinance No. 33: co -g4 ORDINANCE NO. 33 AN ORDINANCE PROVIHIBGt FOR THE LICEMINQ OF J= AND SCRAP WSINESSES WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF WEdTLAEE, TEW 3 PROVIDING A PEN'ASTY; AHD PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE iiHKRU3, the accumulation and storage of certain items of scrap and junk including unserviceable or second- hand automobiles purchased for the purpose of being dis- mantled, within the Limits of the Town will create a nuisance and a hazard to the public health and welfare and the Board of Aldermen have determined that it is proper for the govern- ment of the Town and In the beat Interest of the public health and general welfare of the inhabitants of the Town to promulgate certain procedures for the lawful licensing of such businesses. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF VEETIAU, TEW 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to buy, ac- quire or receive for storage from the general public and accumulate or store on property within the Limits of the Town for the purpose of resale or dismantling and resale any scrap iron, scrap tin, scrap brass* scrap copper, scrap lead, scrap sine and all other scrap metals and their al- loys, bones, res, cloth, rubber, rope, tinfoil, bottles, old cotton, m ehaenical garden tools, utensils, dismantled or used plumbing fiaeturest, appliances or parts, dismantled gas fixtures, fittings, pipes, dismantled or used water heaters or parts, used hoses, harnesses or glass, or any character of unserviceable building, or Wilding materials or unserviceable or secondhand automobiles, including un- serviceable or used parts and accessories, unless such person shall have first obtained a license from the bard of Aldermen of the Town of Westla1m, Texas, after a public hearing for which written notiee thereof shall bane been published for at least two weeks prior to such hearing by being posted at the usual places where notice$ of elections for the Town of W*stlaiw have been heretofore posted, which license shall contain such proper regulations and safe- guards to be observed by the license*,, including the: pay- ment of a proper lieensing fee, as the Board of Aldermen upon such hearing shall deem necessary to protect tkiee public health and general welfare of the inhabitants of the Town. Roo 9. Any person who Shall violate any of the provi- sions of this Ordinance* or shall fail to comply therewith or with any of the requirements theerecff, Shall doomed guilty of a mi.sdOwanor, and any such person upon reooipt of written notices from the "r of the Town specifying Such wSon'• violation of or failure to comply with this Ordinance Shall be liable to a find p and upon olanvi+eati.oq of any violation shall be flood in any Muni of not more than One WL"d pollex* ($100.00)l and each day any Such violation Shull be permitted to exist shall eorAti.tutt a separate and distinct offense. This Ordinance Shall become effective and be is full force and effect from and after its passage and ap- proval by the Xayor sM duly attested by the peon Secretary, and shall be enforceable after publication as proscribed by the laws of the State of Texas. AWPM this day of iJawarys A. D. 1965. Ap 3 i . Cdoms TOWN MMARY Thereafter, upon motion duly made by Mr. Odom,and seconded by Mr. Thrasher, the foregoing Ordinance No. 33 was unanimously adopted. The Mayor )then presented to the meeting a proposed form of ordinance prohibiting the dumping of garbage and other rubbish in certain areas within the Town Limits. After a full discussion of the provisions of such proposed ordinance and after several changes and modifications thereto were suggested 3ol and made, the Mayor requested the Secretary to read to the meeting the following proposed Ordinance No, 34: 3 0 :?, !c d t ✓ Af iD t 34 _1901034CIt iy 1. y' e9y��v n .$ w WHOM the dumping of garbage,, trash owd other waste materials to streaaaes, der Stream beds, drainage or erosion ditches and gullies, *ad on public attd private lands within the its of the T4nm will create an unsanitary ,con- dition and &,basard to the public baealtb aad werolfarel and the mrd of ,Aldermen hays determined that it Is proper for the government. :%f the Tom aaad In the bout interest smd general welfare of the Town and its inhabitants to prohibit such duaapi.ng within the Limits of the Towaj It Shall be unlawful for any person to throw, pU*e, dump or deposit amy rubbish, trash, kitchen and house- hold waaEste, ashes, paper food eeonta,iners, tin tears, bottles, paper, hedge and lawn trimiings and other rubbish and waste material Loan SM str*Sm..dry streambed., drainage or erosion ditch or other vdly within the Limits of the Down, or On the privates ' prOpbr ty of any other person within the Limits of the Town, or an or in Say gutter,, street.. road or public property within the Limits of the Town. moi. . Any person who shall violate any of the provi- a on$ of this Ordinanoo,, or shall fail to comply therwewith or with any of the requirements thereof,. shall be 46eea04 guilty of a misdeemeanor$ aaad any Such person upon receipt of written Mice from the Mayor of the Town speee ity1 �g such person's vi o)*tl.oa of or failure to comply with this Ordinance shall be liable to a Mai, and upon ea;onviation of VW violation shall be fined in any sum of not more than Om ihuadreed iaollars ($lOo.00)j aasd each day any such violation shall. be permitted to exist sharll constitute a Separae.te andl distinct offeea';tso. 303 This Ordinance shall become effective and be in full Force and effect from and after its passage and ap- proval by the Mayor and duly attested by the Town Secretary., and shall be enforceable after publication as prescribed by the laws of the State of Texas. ADOP"i`&D this day of January, A.D., 1965. Thereafter, upon motion duly made by Mr. Webster and seconded by Mr. Wilde, the foregoing Ordinance No. 34 was unanimously adopted. The Mayor then presented to the meeting a proposed form of ordinance providing for the licensing of trailer court businesses within the Town Limits. After a full dis- f' cussion of the provisions of such proposed Ordinance and after several changes and modifications thereto were suggested and made, the Mayor requested the Secretary to read to the meeting the following proposed Ordinance No. 35: &0 ORDINANCE NO. 35 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE LICMING OF HOUSE TRAILER COURTS WITHIN THE COR- PORATE MUTS OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS; PROVIDING A P=LTY j AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE WHACRXAS, the use of lauds within the Limits of the Town for house trailer courts without necessary and proper sanitary facilities will create an unwholesome con- dition likely to produce disease and be a hazard to the public health and welfare and the Board of Aldermen have determined that it is proper for the government of the Town and in the best interest of the public health and general welfare of the inhabitants of the Town to promul- gate certain procedures for the lawful licensing of such businesses to assure the observance of Proper sanitary requirements. sows TjiER"ORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF WRSTI , TKM s 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to make avail- able or permit the use of any lot, tract or parcel of land within the Limits of the Towner for the accommodation of transients in house trailers to be used for temporary dwell - Ings by the day or week, or for a longer peri6d of times un- less such person shell have first obtained a liceense - from the Beard of Aldermen of the Town of 'Weestlaake,. Texas, after a public hearing for Mich written notice thereof shall have been published for at least two weeks pricer to such hearing by being posted at the usual places where n0tieets of el*ctlom for the Towne of Westlake have been heretofore posted, which license shall contain such propor regulations and safeguards to be observed by the license*, including the payment of a proper licensing feeee, as the Burd of Aldermen upon such hearing shall deem necessary to protect the public health and general welfare of the inhabitants of the Town. 2. Any person who shall violate any of the provi- sions of this Ordinance, or shall Fail to comply therewith or with any of the requirements thereof, shall be deemed guilty of a aisdemeanor, and any such person upon receipt 3os of written notice From the Mayor of the Toxo specifying such persons violation of or failure to comply with this Ordinance shall be liable to a fine, and upon conviction of any violation shall be fined its any suns of not more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00)) and each day any such violation shall be persaitted to exist shall sonstitute a separate and distinct offense. 3. This Ordinance shall became effective and be in full force and effect from and after its passage and ap- proval by the Mayor and duly attested by the To Secretary, and shall be enforceable after publication as prescribed by the lams of the states of Texas. ADOPTED this day of Januarys A. D.4965. APPROUDI McGuire s A'f'i's A. Odom, TWX 304mgm- Thereafter, upon motion duly made by Mr. Wilde and seconded by Mr. Odom, the foregoing Ordinance No. 35 was unanimously adopted. 3x6 There being no further business to come before the meeting, it was upon motion duly made and seconded, adjourned. li , -/- , r��e';�"r27 - L --I- 7Secretary TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS WAIVER OF NOTICE OF A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN We, the undersigned, being the Mayor and all of the Aldermen of the Town of Westlake, Texas, do hereby severally waive notice of the time, place and purpose of a special meeting of the Board of Aldermen and do hereby call said meeting and consent to the holding thereof at the McGuire Ranch Headquarters in Tarrant County on the 6th day of March, 1965, at 11:00 A.M., and we hereby severally consent to the transaction of any and all business that may come before said meeting, including the call of a general election for the, officers of the Town. re, MAYOR ALDERMEN: / n H. S. 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