|Sec. 2-1. Sale of property.
(a) City personal property. City personal property may be sold under
procedures approved by the city manager. Before the sale occurs, the
city manager must provide to the city council a listing of each item of
property with an estimated value of more than $5,000.00.
(b) Abandoned personal property. Abandoned or unclaimed personal
property that comes into the possession of the city may be sold as
provided by the applicable provisions of state law.
(c) Real property. Any easement, land, or interest in land owned by
the city may, upon the approval of the city council, be sold as provided
for by the applicable provisions of state law. If a person requests that
the city abandon any easement or sell any land or interest in land for
the benefit of that person and state law requires or the city wishes to
obtain an appraisal of the easement, land, or interest in land as a
condition to the abandonment or sale, the person making the request
will sign an agreement that provides for the person making the request
to pay the cost of the appraisal.
(Code 1974, § 2-13(b)--(d); Ord. No. 554, § 1, 7-15-86; Ord. No. 635, §
2, 7-5-88; Ord. No. 850, § 1, 10-19-93; Ord. No. 943, §§ 1, 2, 6-20-95;
Ord. No. 951, § 1, 9-5-95; Ord. No. 981, § 2, 1-16-96; Ord. No. 1144, §
1, 10-6-98; Ord. No. 1319, § 1, 7-31-01; Ord. No. 1577, § 19, 8-1-2006)
State law references: Competitive bidding required, Vernon's Ann. Civ.
St. art. 2368a, § 2.
Sec. 2-2. Consent agenda.
(a) A consent agenda is established as a part of each agenda for
regular or special meetings of the city council. The consent agenda may
consist of any and all business regularly coming before the city council.
(b) Upon passage of a motion that the consent agenda be adopted by
a vote of at least three members of the city council, all items set out on
the consent agenda will be deemed passed, and the city secretary is
authorized to affix to all ordinances therein set out consecutive
numbers beginning with the first number available for new ordinances.
No further action is deemed necessary, and all items appearing on the
consent agenda will, upon passage of said motion, be deemed adopted
as if voted upon separately.
(c) Ordinances that appear on the consent agenda for first reading
must be acted upon in compliance with all provisions of the City Charter
and the captions of all such ordinances must be fully read. In addition,
any member of the city council may request or require that a matter be
removed from the consent agenda, and upon such request, the matter
will be removed and acted upon separately and independently as if it
had never been placed on the consent agenda.
(Ord. No. 475, § 1(2-5), 6-18-85; Ord. No. 1577, § 19, 8-1-2006)
Sec. 2-3. Council district boundaries.
The current boundaries of the four single-member council districts are as
established by Ordinance No. 1376, approved by the city council on
October 15, 2002. A copy of the ordinance and descriptions of the
districts as contained in Exhibits A and B of the ordinance are on file
with the city secretary and available for public inspection.
(Ord. No. 1577, § 19, 8-1-2006)
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