Jourdanton Mayor proclaims Police Week; Municipal Clerks Week



May 5-11 was declared as Municpal Clerks Week by Jourdanton Mayor Robert “Doc” Williams. Shown left to right are: City Manager Lamar Schulz, council member Jack Harrison, Mayor Williams, council member Raul Morales, Jourdanton City Secretary Debbie Molina, and council members Karen Pesek and Johnetta Goetzel. LISA LUNA | PLEASANTON EXPRESS

May 5-11 was declared as Municpal Clerks Week by Jourdanton Mayor Robert “Doc” Williams. Shown left to right are: City Manager Lamar Schulz, council member Jack Harrison, Mayor Williams, council member Raul Morales, Jourdanton City Secretary Debbie Molina, and council members Karen Pesek and Johnetta Goetzel. LISA LUNA | PLEASANTON EXPRESS

At the May 6 Jourdanton City Council meeting, Mayor Robert “Doc” Williams signed the proclamation declaring May 13-18 as Police Week.

Jourdanton Chief of Police Eric Kaiser said “Yesterday, and this morning as a matter of fact, officers gathered in Austin at the State Capitol and were addressed by the Governor. We’ll be doing some events here locally with the school and you’ll notice next week there will be a police flag flying on the third pole for that one week. We appreciate you recognizing the people of our department and other local departments that do the job we do.”

Mayor Williams recognized City Secretary Debbie Molina and signed the proclamation declaring Municipal Clerks Week, May 5-11. The proclamation recognized that municipal clerks are a vital part of local government and that the office is the oldest among public servants.

Williams extended appreciation to Molina for the vital services she performs and exemplary dedication. Molina said that she went to her first Texas Municipal Clerks Certification Program. It covers many aspects such as municipal budget, election laws, public management, administrative and the Open Meetings Act. Upon completion in about 2 1/2 years, Molina will earn certification. She thanked Schulz for allowing her to start this program.

Other business

Council approved the amended agreement to provide services upon voluntary annexation to the property commonly known as the Cepillo Subdivision Unit 1, an approximately 16.61 acres tract of land lying in the J. Poitevent Survey No. 1, Abstract No. 1239, Atascosa County. This includes authorizing City Manager Lamar Schulz to execute the agreement with the property owner on behalf of the city.

Following a public hearing in which no one chose to speak, council voted to adopt an ordinance regarding the voluntary annexation proceedings to enlarge and extend the boundary limits of the city to include the following territory, located within the City of Jourdanton extraterritorial jurisdiction, as read by Mayor Williams, the tract of land containing 16.61 acres being out of a 29.47 acre tract of land, previously surveyed, described in instrument recorded as Clerk’s File No. 160028 of the official public records of Atascosa County and lying in the J. Poitevent Survey No. 1, Abstract No. 1239 Atascosa County.

Council unanimously approved and awarded the following for the Texas Water Development Board Drinking Water State Revolving Fund and Clean Water State Revolving Fund projects for the City of Jourdanton:

M&S Engineering as the project engineer.

Norton Rose Fulbright as bond counselor.

Langford Community Management Services as Administrative Services.

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