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MIN APRIL 22 2003 M I N U T E S - CITY OF BEAUMONT Lulu L. Smith, Mayor Pro Tom EVELYN M. LORD, MAYOR Guy N. Goodson Andrew P. Cokinos CITY COUNCIL MEETING Becky Ames Bobbie J. Patterson April 22,2003 Audwin Samuel Lane Nichols, City Attorney Kyle Hayes, City Manager Susan Henderson,City Clerk The City Council of the City of Beaumont, Texas, met in a regular session on April 22, 2003, at the City Hall Council Chambers, 801 Main Street, Beaumont, Texas, at 1:30 p.m. to consider the following: OPENING Invocation Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call Presentations and Recognition Public Comment: Persons may speak on scheduled agenda items Consent Agenda Mayor Evelyn Lord called the meeting to order at 1:33 p.m. Rabbi Barbara Metzinger led the invocation. City Manager Kyle Hayes led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was made by Susan Henderson, City Clerk. Present at the meeting were: Mayor Lord, Councilmembers Goodson, Cokinos, Ames, Samuel and Patterson. Also present was Kyle Hayes, City Manager; Lane Nichols, City Attorney; Susan Henderson, City Clerk and Tina Broussard, Administrative Assistant. Mayor Pro Tern Smith arrived at 1:41 p.m. Proclamations, Presentations and Recognitions • Mayor Lord read a Proclamation declaring April 27, 2003 through May 4, 2003 Days of Remembrance Week in remembrance of the Holocaust as well as the victims of the Holocaust. Rabbi Barbara Metzinger received the Proclamation. • Councilmember Cokinos read a Proclamation proclaiming April 22, 2003 through April 28, 2003 YMBL Rodeo Week. The Proclamation was received by Kerry Abney, Chairman of the YMBL Rodeo, Chuck Kiker, Public Relations Coordinator for the Rodeo, Jelly Bean the Clown and other members of the YMBL organization. • Councilmember Samuel read the Proclamation recognizing April 21, 2003 through April 27,2003 as the Neches River Festival Week. David Moore and Kelly Trevino received the Proclamation. • A Proclamation was read by Councilmember Goodson recognizing May 3, 2003 as Beaumont Paint-A-Thon Day. Mack Mitchell, with Clean Community,Adrian Hudspeth,with Hibernia Bank,Sam Bethia,with Entergy, Kathleen Jackson, with Exxon Mobil and the Keep Beaumont Beautiful Commission, and Marty Valdez, with M & D Supply, received the Proclamation. • Councilmember Goodson announced that three organizations were adopting a street in Ward I and in Ward IV to help with the City's beautification program. An Adopt-A-Street Signing was held with these organizations to sign Adopt-A-Street Participation Agreements with the City of Beaumont and the Keep Beaumont Beautiful Commission. BASF Corporation adopted Walden Road from the 5800 Block to Major Drive in Ward I. Mr.Agnew represented BASF Corporation and signed the Adopt- A-Street Participation Agreement for the Corporation. Our Lady of Assumption's CYO (Catholic Youth Organization)adopted the 4400 Block of Avenue A and the 4400 Block of Chaisson Street. Yolanda Pollard, Director of Youth Ministries at Our Lady of Assumption, signed the Adopt-A-Street Participation Agreement for the CYO Group. The Kappa Alpha Order of Lamar University adopted Georgia Street in Ward IV. Eli Clark represented the Kappa Alpha Order and signed the Adopt-A-Street Participation Agreement. Public Comment: Persons may speak on scheduled General Business Agenda Items 1-5 or on the Consent Agenda. None CONSENT AGENDA Approval of minutes - Minutes of April 15, 2003 Confirmation of committee appointments A) Authorize acceptance of a twenty foot(20')wide Water and Sewer Utility Easement along the east side of Major Drive across from Dishman Road - Resolution 03-082 B) Approve a contract for the purchase of air, oil and fuel filters - Resolution 03-083 Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 2 Councilmember Cokinos moved to approve the Consent Agenda. Councilmember Goodson seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD, MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH, COUNCILMEMBERS GOODSON, COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. GENERAL BUSINESS 1. Consider approving a one-year contract for the purchase of water treatment chemicals. Mayor Pro Tern Smith moved to approve RESOLUTION 03-084 AWARDING A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT FOR PURCHASING WATER TREATMENT CHEMICALS TO THE FOLLOWING VENDORS:GEO SPECIALTY CHEMICALS-ALUMINUM SULFATE AT$111.75 PER TON; HARCROS CHEMICALS INC. - FLUOROSILICIC ACID AT$140.00 PER TON; SOUTHER IONICS, INC. -AQUA AMMONIA AT$442.00 PER TON; AND STILES-KEM -PHOSPHATE AT$1,360.00 PER TON. Councilmember Goodson seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD, MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH, COUNCILMEMBERS GOODSON, COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. 2. Consider approving the purchase of vehicles for use in various city departments. Councilmember Cokinos moved to approve RESOLUTION 03-085 AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF VEHICLES IN THE AMOUNT OF $639,822.00 THROUGH THE STATE OF TEXAS COOPERATIVE PURCHASING PROGRAM. Mayor Pro Tern Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD, MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH, COUNCILMEMBERS GOODSON, COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 3 3. Consider approving the purchase of a property insurance policy. Mayor Pro Tern Smith moved to approve RESOLUTION 03-086 AUTHORIZING THE RENEWING OF AN ANNUAL FIRE, FLOOD AND EARTHQUAKE PROPERTY INSURANCE POLICY FROM THE TEXAS MUNICIPAL LEAGUE INTERGOVERNMENTAL RISK POOL IN THE AMOUNT OF$114,987.00 WITH AN EFFECTIVE DATE OF MAY 1,2003. Councilmember Goodson seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD, MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH COUNCILMEMBERS GOODSON, COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. PUBLIC HEARING: A Public Hearing was called to order by Mayor Lord at 2:04 p.m.to receive public comment on a proposal from Beaumont Municipal Transit to ask the City Manager to submit a grant application with the Federal Transit Administration to receive Capital and Operating Assistance funds for the Beaumont Municipal Transit System for fiscal year 2003, the period of October 1, 2002 through September 30, 2003. The requested grant would fund up to 50% of the net operating deficit. The Public Hearing also afforded the opportunity for interested persons to be heard with respect to the social, economic and environmental impacts of the proposal. The following citizens came forward with comments: Kenneth Weatherford, Jr. 980 Central Dr. Beaumont, TX Mr. Weatherford told Council to approve the request would be a positive step toward helping citizens, who have no alternative transportation means, reach their daily destinations for work and recreation. Randy Whitman, Job Developer for MHMR Services Mr. Quitman asked Council to pass the Resolution allowing the Transit System to apply for the grant. Mr. Quitman spoke on behalf of the citizens he aides through MHMR and who he knows depend on the Beaumont Municipal Transit System as their sole means of transportation. Mayor Lord closed the Public Hearing at 2:07 p.m. AUDIO AND VISUAL TAPES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE UPON REQUEST. Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 4 4. Consider approval of submitting a grant application and executing a contract with the FTA to receive Capital and Operating Assistance funds for the Beaumont Municipal Transit System. Councilmember Cokinos moved to approve RESOLUTION 03-087 AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO SUBMIT A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION(FTA)FOR FISCAL YEAR 2003. Councilmember Ames seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD, MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH, COUNCILMEMBERS GOODSON, COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. PUBLIC HEARING: MAYOR LORD CALLED THE PUBLIC HEARING OPEN AT 2:10 P.M.TO RECEIVE COMMENTS ABOUT DILAPIDATED STRUCTURES. CITY MANAGER READ THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE THAT WAS BEFORE COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL. THE ORDINANCE READ AS FOLLOWS: AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE FINDING CERTAIN STRUCTURES TO BE PUBLIC NUISANCES AND ORDERING THEIR DEMOLITION AND/OR REPAIR;PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITYAND PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS WERE THEN INVITED TO SPEAK TO COUNCIL. Dwayne Buckley 5245 Espar Beaumont, TX Mr. Buckley addressed council on the structure listed as No. 39, 1255 Iowa on the proposed raze or repair order. Mr. Buckley was in disagreement with the inspection results made by Clean Community. Councilmember Patterson and Councilmember Ames explained to Mr. Buckley that if granted additional time to make necessary repairs, he would have to repair the structure in accordance with City codes. Mr. Buckley agreed to enroll in a work program if granted time by council. Rodney Young 170 Morris Beaumont, TX Mr.Young addressed Council on the structure listed as No.8,8075 College on the proposed raze order. He told Council he has entered into an earnest money contract to purchase the building. He was requesting time to complete the purchase of this building that he may then salvage part of the building. Concerns were expressed by Mayor Lord and other Councilmembers about the hazard this structure poised. He agreed to immediately seal the back of the structure and secure the area around the structure if granted additional time. Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 5 Alfred Arrendondo 1125 Van Buren Beaumont, TX Mr. Arrendondo addressed Council on the structure listed as No. 32, 1125 Van Buren on the proposed raze order. Mr. Arrendondo was asking council to remove this structure from the raze order to allow him time to make repairs. He alleged he lived in the home even though there is no apparent sign of habitation. Pam Loiacano, of Clean Community, stated Mr. Arrendondo did not live in the structure at the time it was tagged. Mrs. Loiacano also stated she had spoken with various family members who live close to this structure who verified Mr.Arrendondo lived in Vidor, Texas when she tagged this structure. Councilmember Samuel reminded Mr. Arrendondo that he would have to repair the structure in accordance with city codes, as well as provide documentation that he owns the property in order to enter into a work program should Council grant him the opportunity to make repairs. Mr.Arrendondo agreed to make repairs in accordance with City codes if granted time to do so. COUNCILMEMBER GOODSON LEFT COUNCIL MEETING A T THIS POINT. Syndey Caywood 2290 Liberty Beaumont, TX Mr. Caywood addressed Council on the structure listed as No. 27, 2290 Liberty (Garage Apartment) on the proposed raze order. Mr. Caywood explained to Council he agreed the structure needed to be torn down. However, he wanted to demolish it himself in order to save the materials on the garage apartment to rebuild a storage shed. Mr. Caywood explained that the structure is strictly a storage building. He was under the impression that the Old Town Homeowners Association does not allow temporary storage shed whereas he could store equipment and the like manner in while rebuilding. After considerable discussion, Tom Warner presented a section of the Old Town ordinance that would in fact allow Mr. Caywood to have a storage structure placed on his property. Mayor Pro Tern Smith suggested that Mr. Caywood attend the next old town neighborhood meeting to address the association. Mayor Pro Tern Smith offered her assistance in helping Mr. Caywood attain approval for a storage shed that would match his home. Mayor Lord suggested that Council postpone placing No. 27, 2290 Liberty (Garage Apartment) on the raze order until Mr. Caywood has attended next month's old town neighborhood association meeting. THE PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED AT 3:01 P.M. AUDIO AND VISUAL TAPES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST FROM THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 6 5. Consider approval of an ordinance declaring certain dilapidated structures to be public nuisances and ordering their repair or removal by the owners and authorizing the removal of certain other structures whose owners failed to comply with condemnation orders. Council decided to make individual motions regarding the structures various property owners addressed Council on. The motions are as follows: Councilmember Samuel moved to REMOVEITEM NO.27,2290 LIBERTY(GARGAEAPARTMENT) FROM THE RAZE ORDER OF ORDINANCE 03-029 AND THAT ACTION IS DEFERRED UNTIL THE NEXT PUBLIC HEARING ON DILAPIDATED STRUCTURES. Councilmember Ames seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD,MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH,COUNCILMEMBERS COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. Councilmember Samuel moved THAT ITEM NO. 32, 1125 VAN BUREN BE PLACED ON A RAZE AND REPAIR ORDER WITHIN 120 DAYS, THAT PROPERTY OWNER ENTER INTO A WORK PROGRAM WITHIN TEN (10)DAYS AND THAT SIGNIFICANT WORK BE PERFORMED ON THE STRUCTURE WITHIN THE 120 DAYS OR THE STRUCTURE WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE RAZED WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER AND THAT MR.ALFRED ARRENDONDO PROVIDE WRITTEN DOCUMENTATION TO CLEAN COMMUNITY PROVING HE IS THE CURRENT PROPERTY OWNER. Councilmember Ames seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD,MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH,COUNCILME MBERS COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. Council member Ames moved THAT ITEM NO.39,1255 IOWA BE PLACED ON A RAZE AND REPAIR ORDER WITHIN 120 DAYS,AND THAT PROPERTY OWNER ENTER INTO AWORK PROGRAM WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS AND THAT EXTENSIVE WORK BE PERFORMED AT THE END OF THE 120 DAYS OR THE STRUCTURE WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE RAZED WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER. Councilmember Patterson seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD, MAYOR PRO TEM SMTIH, COUNCILMEMBER COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 7 MOTION PASSED. AFTER A BRIEF DISCUSSION, IT WAS DECIDED THAT ITEM NO. 8, 8075 COLLEGE REMAIN ON THE RAZE ORDER WHICH WOULD AFFORD MORE TIME FOR THE PROSPECTIVE BUYER, MR. RODNEY YOUNG, TO SECURE THE STRUCTURE AND IF HE BUYS THE PROPERTY, HE WOULD COME BACK BEFORE COUNCIL TO HAVE IT REMOVED FROM THE RAZE ORDER. Council member Ames moved TO APPROVE ORDINANCE NO.03-029,SECTION 1,SECTION 4AND SECTION 5, ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE FINDING CERTAIN STRUCTURES TO BE PUBLIC NUISANCES AND ORDERING THEIR DEMOLITION AND/OR REPAIR;PROVIDING FORSEVERABILITYAND PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY: ITEM NO. 1, 1058 ANGELINA; NO. 2, 2155 ANGELINA; NO. 3, 2370 BEATRICE; NO. 4, 3188 BOLIVAR; NO. 5, 1920-32 CABLE (APTS.) (COMMERCIAL); NO. 6, 635 CHURCH (REAR STRUCTURE); N0.7,1678 CHURCH; No.8,8075 COLLEGE; NO.9,3060 CONCORD ROAD; NO.10, 6730 CONCORD ROAD(STORAGE SHED); NO.11,2060 CORLEY(SHED); NO.12,3685 W.EUCLID; NO. 13,11150 FAIRFIELD; NO.14,1040 4T"STREET(GARGAGE APARTMENT); NO.15,2770 GULF (GARAGE APARTMENT); NO. 16, 1525 HARRIOT; NO. 17,2824 HARRIOT(GARAGE APARTMENT); NO. 18, 2830 HARRIOT; NO. 19, 2925 HARRIOT (METAL SHED); NO. 20, 5155 HEISIG; NO. 21, 1730 HERRING; No.22, 1160 INTERSTATE 10 E; No.23, 120 IOWA(REAR STRUCTURE); No.24, 2057 IRVING(WOODEN SHED); No.25, 3898 IRVING (GARAGE); NO. 26,2241 LIBERTY; No.28, 2240 MAGNOLIA(GARAGE APARTMENT); No.29,191 O PARK(GARAGE APARTMENT); No.30,735 POLLARD; NO. 31,2475 SAN JACINTO; NO. 33,780 WIESS; NO. 341395 WIESS (COMMERCIAL); NO. 35, 2420 BUCHANAN; NO. 36, 3693 W. EUCLID; NO. 37, 4910 FANNETT RD. (GARAGE &2 SHEDS); NO. 38, 4930 FANNETT RD.; NO. 39, 1255 IOWA; NO. 40, 1680 IVES; NO. 41, 1060 PRAIRIE; Mayor Pro Tern Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD, MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH, COUNCILMEMBER COKINOS,A MES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. Councilmember Ames moved TO APPROVE ORDINANCE 03-029, SECTION 2, SECTION 4 AND SECTION 5,THAT THE OWNER(S)OF THE FOLLOWING STRUCTURES ARE ORDERED TO RAZE SAID STRUCTURES WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE. IF THE PROPERTY OWNER(S) FAIL(S) TO COMPLY WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS, COUNCIL ORDERS THAT THE PROPERTY BE DEMOLISHED WITHOUT FURTHER NOTIFICATION TO THE PROPERTY OWNER OR CITY COUNCIL ACTION: Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 8 No.1,1058 ALABAMA;No.2,2155 ANGELINA;NO.3,2370 BEATRICE; NO.4,3188 BOLIVAR;NO. 5,1920-32 CABLE(APTS.)(COMMERCIAL); NO.6,635 CHURCH (REAR STRUCTURE); NO.7,1678 CHURCH; NO. 8, 8075 COLLEGE (COMMERCIAL); NO.9, 3060 CONCORD ROAD; NO. 10, 6730 CONCORD ROAD(STORAGE SHEDS); NO. 11,2060 CORLEY(SHED); NO. 12,3685 W.EUCLID; NO. 13, 11150 FAIRFIELD; NO. 14, 1040 4T"STREET(GARAGE APARTMENT); NO. 15,2770 GULF (GARAGE APARTMENT); NO. 16, 1525 HARRIOT; NO. 17,2824 HARRIOT (GARAGE APARTMENT); NO. 18. 2830 HARRIOT; NO. 19, 2925 HARRIOT (METAL SHED); NO. 20, 5155 HEISIG; NO. 21, 1730 HERRING; NO.22,1160 INTERSTATE 10 E; NO.23,1120 IOWA(REAR STRUCTURE); NO.24, 2057 IRVING(WOODEN SHED); No.25, 3898 IRVING(GARAGE); NO.26, 2241 LIBERTY; NO. 28, 2240 MAGNOLIA(GARAGE APARTMENTS);No.29,1910 PARK(GARAGE APARTMENT); NO.30,735 POLLARD; NO. 31, 2475 SAN JACINTO; NO. 33, 780 WIESS; NO. 34, 1395 WIESS (COMMERCIAL) Mayor Pro Tern Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD,MAYOR PRO TEM SMITH,COUNCILMEMBERS COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. COUncilmember Ames moved TO APPROVE ORDINANCE 03-029, SECTION 3,4 AND SECTION 5,THAT THE OWNER(S) OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED BUILDINGS EXECUTE A WORK PROGRAM WITH THE CITY WITHIN TEN (10 ) DAYS OF THE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE AND EITHER DEMOLISH OR REPAIR THE STRUCTURES WITHIN 120 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE AND IF PROPERTY OWNER(S) FAIL(S) TO COMPLY WITHIN 120 DAYS, COUNCIL ORDERS THAT THE PROPERTY BE DEMOLISHED WITHOUT FURTHER NOTIFICATION TO THE PROPERTY OWNER(S) OR CITY COUNCIL ACTION: NO. 32, 1125 VAN BUREN; NO. 35, 2420 BUCHANAN; NO. 36, 3693 W. EUCLID; NO. 37, 4910 FANNETT RD.(GARGAGE AND 2 SHEDS); NO.38,4920 FANNETT RD.; NO.39,1255 IOWA; NO.40, 1680 IVES; NO. 41, 1060 PRAIRIE Mayor Pro Tern Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR LORD,MAYOR PRO TEM SMTIH,COUNCILMEMBERS COKINOS,AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED. Councilmembers comment on various matters Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 9 Mayor Pro Tern Smith - None Councilmember Goodson - None Councilmember Cokinos - None Councilmember Ames - None Councilmember Samuel announced a meeting would be held for all Ward III Neighborhood Associations on April 24, 2003 at 6:00 p.m. at the Elmo Willard Library. Councilmember Samuel announced a Public Hearing would be held to receive comments on Correctional Services, Inc. on April 23, 2003 at the Holiday Inn. He also announced a dedication service would be held for the new Charlton Pollard Park on April 25, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. at the new park site. Councilmember Samuel also stated he enjoyed the Fair Housing Conference that was held on April 21 through April 22, 2003. Councilmember Patterson announced that the South Park Neighborhood Association would meet at 6:30 p.m. on April 24, 2003 at South Park Baptist Church. Councilmember Patterson also stated she was proud of the Fair Housing Conference held on April 21 through April 22 at the Beaumont Civic Center. She commended Janett Blunt, Interim Housing and Grants Coordinator, and herstaff fortheorganized mannerthe conferencewas held and howwell the attendance was attended. Mayor Evelyn Lord also commended Janett Blunt and her staff for a job well done on the Fair Housing Conference. Mayor Lord stated she attended a Student Government meeting at Lamar University on Monday,April 21, 2003. Mayor Lord said she was impressed with the young leaders who will serve their communities in coming years. Mayor Lord also reported she'd attended the Sneak Preview of the Amphitheater at the Southeast Texas Entertainment Complex on Monday,April 24,2003 as well. She said the Amphitheater was quite fascinating. Mayor Lord also reminded all citizens of the Neches River Parade to be held from M.L. King Parkway to Crockett Street on Saturday, April 26, 2003. She invited the citizens of Beaumont to come out and have fun. City Manager Kyle Hayes told Council no Council meeting would be held on Tuesday, April 29, 2003. City Attorney Lane Nichols - None Public Comments (Persons are limited to three minutes) Al Price 3395 Elinor Beaumont, TX Mr. Price announced thatthe tenth anniversary ofthe Southeast Texas Community Development Corporation will be celebrated May 9, 2003 @ 11:00 a.m with a groundbreaking at the old Dick Dowling School site for the construction of ten (10) new homes for first time homeowners. Mr. Minutes-April 22,2003 Page 10 Price also announced a banquet will be held on May 10, 2003 at the Holiday Inn at 7:00 p.m, for all homeowners who have built homes in this program. He invited all Councilmembers to each event. He thanked all Councilmembers for their presence at the Fair Housing Conference held on April 21 through April 22, 1003. Kenneth Conner 9820 Broun Beaumont, TX Mr. Conner addressed Council about a health problem stemming from a home where more than 100 cats lived with debris and litter stench coming forth from the house._ He stated the homeowner is now deceased. Mr.Conner also presented Council with pictures from a house that was moved on the 9000 Block of McLean, but no work has been performed on the house since it was moved to this location more than three (3) months ago. LeRoy Lewis, 111 7866 Gladys Beaumont, TX Mr. Lewis expressed his displeasure with treatment he felt he received from the Beaumont Enterprise. Audio tapes are available upon request in the City Clerk's Office. There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 3:25 p.m. Mayor Evelyn Lord Susan Henderson, City Clerk Page 11