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1 Wylie City Council NOTICE OF MEETING Regular Meeting Agenda March 10, :00 pm Wylie Municipal Complex Council Chambers/Council Conference Room 300 Country Club Road, Building #100 Eric Hogue... Mayor Keith Stephens... Mayor Pro Tem Nathan Scott... Place 2 Todd Wintters... Place 3 Bennie Jones... Place 4 William Whitney III... Place 5 David Dahl... Place 6 Mindy Manson... City Manager Richard Abernathy... City Attorney Carole Ehrlich... City Secretary In accordance with Section of the Texas Government Code, this agenda has been posted at the Wylie Municipal Complex, distributed to the appropriate news media, and posted on the City website: within the required time frame. As a courtesy, the entire Agenda Packet has also been posted on the City of Wylie website: The Mayor and City Council request that all cell phones and pagers be turned off or set to vibrate. Members of the audience are requested to step outside the Council Chambers to respond to a page or to conduct a phone conversation. The Wylie Municipal Complex is wheelchair accessible. Sign interpretation or other special assistance for disabled attendees must be requested 48 hours in advance by contacting the City Secretary s Office at Hearing impaired devices are available from the City Secretary prior to each meeting. CALL TO ORDER Announce the presence of a Quorum. INVOCATION & PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE PRESENTATIONS Presentation by David Medanich the City s Financial Advisor with First Southwest Regarding Recommended Bond Refunding CITIZENS COMMENTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS Residents may address Council regarding an item that is not listed on the Agenda. Residents must provide their name and address. Council requests that comments be limited to three (3) minutes. In addition, Council is not allowed to converse, deliberate or take action on any matter presented during citizen participation.

2 March 10, 2015 Wylie City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Page 2 of 2 CONSENT AGENDA All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will not be separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered separately. A. Consider, and act upon, approval of the Minutes of the February 24, 2015 Regular Meeting of the Wylie City Council. (C. Ehrlich, City Secretary) B. Consider, and act upon, Resolution No (R) authorizing the appointment of Terry Douglas as Associate Municipal Court Judge for the City of Wylie effective April 1, 2015 setting terms and stipend of service. (L. Davis, Municipal Court) C. Consider, and act upon, Resolution No (R) authorizing the appointment of Don High as Municipal Court Prosecutor for the City of Wylie effective April 1, 2015 setting terms and stipend of service. (L. Davis, Municipal Court) D. Consider, and act upon, approval of a Final Plat for McCord s 3 Addition. The Plat will create a single commercial lot on acres. Subject property generally located north of F.M. 544 and east of Springwell Parkway. (R. Ollie, Planning and Zoning Director) E. Consider and place on file, the monthly Revenue and Expenditure Report for the Wylie Economic Development Corporation as of January 31, (S. Satterwhite, WEDC Director) F. Consider, and act upon, Resolution No (R) of the City Council of the City of Wylie, Collin, Dallas and Rockwall counties, Texas, amending Resolution No (R) (Order of Election), Section 7, to amend the election judges; and providing for an effective date. (C. Ehrlich, City Secretary) READING OF ORDINANCES ADJOURNMENT If during the course of the meeting covered by this notice, the City Council should determine that a closed or executive meeting or session of the City Council or a consultation with the attorney for the City should be held or is required, then such closed or executive meeting or session or consultation with attorney as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code et. seq., will be held by the City Council at the date, hour and place given in this notice as the City Council may conveniently meet in such closed or executive meeting or session or consult with the attorney for the City concerning any and all subjects and for any and all purposes permitted by the Act, including, but not limited to, the following sanctions and purposes: CERTIFICATION I certify that this Notice of Meeting was posted on March 6, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. as required by law in accordance with Section of the Texas Government Code and that the appropriate news media was contacted. As a courtesy, this agenda is also posted on the City of Wylie website: Carole Ehrlich, City Secretary Date Notice Removed

3 Wylie City Council Minutes Wylie City Council Meeting Tuesday, February 24, :00 p.m. Wylie Municipal Complex Council Chambers 300 Country Club Road, Bldg. 100 Wylie, TX CALL TO ORDER Announce the presence of a Quorum. Mayor Eric Hogue called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. City Secretary Carole Ehrlich took roll call with the following City Council members present: Mayor Eric Hogue, Mayor pro tem Keith Stephens, Councilman Bennie Jones, Councilman David Dahl, Councilman Todd Wintters, and Councilman William Whitney III. Councilman Nathan Scott was absent. Staff present were: City Manager, Mindy Manson; Fire Chief, Brent Parker; Planning Director, Renae Ollie; City Engineer, Chris Holsted; City Secretary, Carole Ehrlich; Public Information Officer, Craig Kelly; and various support staff. INVOCATION & PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Eric Hogue gave the invocation and City Manager Mindy Manson led the Pledge of Allegiance. PRESENTATIONS The Wylie Way Students 2nd 9 Weeks Mayor Hogue and Mayor pro tem Stephens presented medallions to students demonstrating Shining the Wylie Way. Each nine weeks one student from each WISD campus is chosen as the Wylie Way Student. CITIZENS COMMENTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS Residents may address Council regarding an item that is not listed on the Agenda. Residents must provide their name and address. Council requests that comments be limited to three (3) minutes. In addition, Council is not allowed to converse, deliberate or take action on any matter presented during citizen participation. John W. Palmer, representing the Provision at Westgate Crossing project, thanked Council for their time and consideration of the proposal to build a mixed use project consisting of multifamily and retail/commercial uses through Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs ( TDHCA ). Minutes February 24, 2015 Wylie City Council Page 1

4 CONSENT AGENDA All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will not be separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered separately. A. Consider, and act upon, approval of the Minutes of February 10, 2015 Regular Meeting of the Wylie City Council. (C. Ehrlich, City Secretary) B. Consider, and place on file, the Annual City of Wylie Storm Water Management Annual Report as sent to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (M. Sferra, Public Services Director) C. Consider, and place on file, the City of Wylie Monthly Investment Report for January 31, (L. Bantz, Finance Director) D. Consider, and place on file, the City of Wylie Monthly Revenue and Expenditure Report for January 31, (L. Bantz, Finance Director) E. Consider, and act upon, Ordinance No , amending the zoning from Agricultural (A/30) to Planned Development-Single-Family (PD-SF), for single-family residential development on approximately 38 acres, located at the northwest corner of Alanis Drive and S. Ballard Ave. ZC (R. Ollie, Planning and Zoning Director) F. Consider, and act upon, Ordinance No , amending Ordinance No ( Budget) and approving an appropriation of funds in the amount of $102, for the General Fund Police Department (Assistant Police Chief position); providing for a repealing, savings and severability clauses; and providing for an effective date. (J. Butters, Asst. City Manager) Councilman Dahl requested that Item B be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately. Consensus of the Council was to pull Item B from consent. Council Action A motion was made by Councilman Wintters, seconded by Councilman Dahl to approve the Consent Items with the exception of Item B as presented. A vote was taken and the motion passed 6-0 with Councilman Scott absent. REGULAR AGENDA B. Consider, and place on file, the Annual City of Wylie Storm Water Management Annual Report as sent to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (M. Sferra, Public Services Director) Assistant Public Works Superintendent Albert Garza addressed Council identifying the accomplishments in Year 7 of the Storm Water Management Program. He noted the measurements addressed during the year included: Public Education and Outreach, Public Involvement Participation, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination, Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control, Post Construction Storm Water Management, Pollution Presentation, and Good/Housekeeping in Municipal Operations. Minutes February 24, 2015 Wylie City Council Page 2

5 Councilman Dahl thanked Garza as the team leader and the department for their time and commitment to the project. Mayor pro tem Stephens complimented, in particular, the public outreach measurements. Stephens also mentioned the volunteer groups used to keep costs down on this project which is mandated by the state but not funded by the state. Council Action A motion was made by Mayor pro tem Stephens, seconded by Councilman Dahl to approve Item B of the Consent Agenda. A vote was taken and the motion passed 6-0 with Councilman Scott absent. Public Hearing 1. Conduct the 2nd Public Hearing for the annexation of two tracts of land approximately 32 acres situated in the Francisco De La Pina Survey, Abstract No. A0688, Tract No. 127, and Tract 202, Collin County, Texas, generally located east of W.A. Allen Blvd. and north of Stone Road and immediately east of Stone Grove Addition A (R. Ollie, Planning and Zoning Director) Staff Comments Planning Director Ollie addressed Council stating that this annexation is at the request of property owners of two tracts of land. The subject tract is contiguous to existing City limits on the north, west, and south, while properties to the east are within unincorporated Collin County. This is the second of two public hearings required to be held prior to approval of the annexation. Public Hearing Mayor Hogue opened the second public hearing for Zoning Case No A (Annexation) at 6:15 p.m. asking anyone present wishing to address Council to come forward. No one was present wishing to address Council during the public hearing. Mayor Hogue closed the public hearing at 6:16 p.m. No action was required on this item. 2. Consider, and act upon, Ordinance No authorizing the annexation of approximately 32 acres situated in the Francisco De La Pina Survey, Abstract No. A0688, Tract No. 127, and Tract 202, Collin County, Texas, generally located east of W.A. Allen Blvd. and north of Stone Road and immediately east of Stone Grove Addition A (R. Ollie, Planning and Zoning Director) Staff Comments Planning Director Ollie addressed Council stating that this annexation is at the request of property owners of two tracts of land. The subject tract is contiguous to existing City limits on the north, west, and south, while properties to the east are within unincorporated Collin County. The applicant desires to bring the subject tracts into the City to create a residential development and provide connection to existing Stone Grove Phase I Addition to the west as well as the recently zoned 37 +/- acres immediately adjacent to the subject tracts as adopted by City Council on September 23, 2014 by Ordinance PD-SF to allow for a single family residential community. Minutes February 24, 2015 Wylie City Council Page 3

6 Before a municipality may begin annexation proceedings, the governing body of the municipality must conduct two (2) public hearings at which persons interested in the annexation are given the opportunity to be heard. The notice for each hearing must be published at least once on, or after, the 20th day but before the 10th day before the date of the hearing, and must remain posted on the municipality s website until the date of the hearing. In compliance with state law, the following schedule has been adhered to: Notice published for Public Hearings January 21, 2015 and February 4, 2015 First Public Hearing February 10, 2015 Second Public Hearing February 24, 2015 Adoption of Ordinance February 24, 2015 Council Action A motion was made by Councilman Wintters, seconded by Councilman Jones to adopt Ordinance No authorizing the annexation of approximately 32 acres situated in the Francisco De La Pina Survey, Abstract No. A0688, Tract No. 127, and Tract 202, Collin County, Texas, generally located east of W.A. Allen Blvd. and north of Stone Road and immediately east of Stone Grove Addition. ( A) A vote was taken and the motion passed 6-0 with Councilman Scott absent. READING OF ORDINANCES City Secretary Ehrlich read the captions to Ordinance No. s , , and into the official record. ADJOURNMENT A motion was made by Councilman Jones, seconded by Councilman Dahl to adjourn the meeting at 6:20 p.m. A vote was taken and the motion passed 6-0 with Councilman Scott absent. ATTEST: Eric Hogue, Mayor Carole Ehrlich, City Secretary Minutes February 24, 2015 Wylie City Council Page 4

7 Wylie City Council AGENDA REPORT Meeting Date: March 10, 2015 Item Number: B Department: Municipal Court Prepared By: Lisa Davis Account Code: Date Prepared: January 6, 2015 Budgeted Amount: Exhibits: (City Secretary s Use Only) Subject Consider, and act upon, Resolution No (R) authorizing the appointment of Terry Douglas as Associate Municipal Court Judge for the City of Wylie effective April 1, 2015 setting terms and stipend of service. Recommendation Motion to approve Resolution No (R) authorizing the appointment of Terry Douglas as Associate Municipal Court Judge for the City of Wylie effective April 1, 2015 setting terms and stipend of service. Discussion Article IV, Section 3c of the City of Wylie Charter states the city council shall, in the absence or disability of the appointed judge of the municipal court, appoint an acting judge to serve during such absence or disability. The acting judge may be compensated by the city council for his performance of required duties. The current two year term of the City of Wylie Associate Municipal Court Judge expires March 31, 2015 and is renewable for subsequent two (2) year terms. The appointment of the Associate Municipal Court Judge is for a two year term effective April 1, 2015 through March 31, 2017 and may be renewed for another two (2) year term. Compensation for services provided by the Associate Municipal Court Judge is a set monthly rate of $ This reflects an increase in his monthly rate of $ Associate Municipal Court Judge Terry Douglas (part-time) works approximately 24 hours per month (signs warrants, does prisoner arraignments, and has four court dockets per month). His hours and dockets have increased with the addition of the Failure to Attend School filings from Wylie ISD. In addition the Police Department (PD) takes warrants to him in the evening or on weekends for his signature. PD also calls him to do phone or video arraignments after hours and sometimes he comes in to do Emergency Protective Orders. Judge Terry Douglas has served the City for 14 years as the Associate Municipal Court Judge. Judge Douglas serves in the capacity of the City of Wylie Associate Municipal Court Judge. It is recommended that Judge Douglas continue to provide service to the City as the City of Wylie Associate Municipal Court Judge. Page 1 of 1

8 RESOLUTION NO (R) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WYLIE, TEXAS, HEREBY AUTHORIZING THE APPOINTMENT OF TERRY DOUGLAS AS CITY OF WYLIE ASSOCIATE MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE. WHEREAS, the City of Wylie has determined that an Associate Municipal Judge is necessary to perform the judicial functions of the Municipal Court of the City of Wylie in the absence of the Municipal Court Judge; and WHEREAS, the City desires to appoint Terry Douglas as the Associate Municipal Court Judge for the City of Wylie; and WHEREAS, the effective term of service for the Associate Municipal Court Judge shall be April 1, 2015-March 31, 2017 with subsequent two year term; and WHEREAS, reimbursable services of the Associate Municipal Court Judge by the City of Wylie shall constitute all time spent on any matters assigned including conference telephone calls, investigation, drafting of documents, correspondence, negotiations, legal research and travel to conduct City of Wylie municipal court business; and WHEREAS, a monthly stipend of $ will be provided by the City of Wylie for such services; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WYLIE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That the City Council authorizes the appointment of Terry Douglas as City of Wylie Associate Municipal Court Judge for a two year term effective April 1, 2015-March 31, 2017 with a monthly stipend of $ for services as the City of Wylie Associate Municipal Court Judge with subsequent two year terms provided. DULY PASSED AND APRPOVED by the City Council of the City of Wylie, Texas on this the 10 th day of March, ATTEST TO: ERIC HOGUE, Mayor CAROLE EHRLICH, City Secretary Resolution No (R) Appointment of Judge Douglas

9 Wylie City Council AGENDA REPORT Meeting Date: March 10, 2015 Item Number: C Department: Municipal Court Prepared By: Lisa Davis Account Code: Date Prepared: January 6,2015 Budgeted Amount: Exhibits: (City Secretary s Use Only) Subject Consider, and act upon, Resolution No R) authorizing the appointment of Don High as Municipal Court Prosecutor for the City of Wylie effective April 1, 2015 setting terms and stipend of service. Recommendation Motion to approve Resolution No (R) authorizing the appointment of Don High as Municipal Court Prosecutor for the City of Wylie effective April 1, 2015 setting terms and stipend of service. Discussion The current two year term of the City of Wylie Associate Municipal Court Prosecutor expires March 31, 2015 and is renewable for subsequent two (2) year terms. The appointment of the Municipal Court Prosecutor is for a two year term effective April 1, 2015 through March 31, 2017 and may be renewed for another two (2) year term. Compensation for services provided by the Municipal Prosecutor is at an hourly rate of $130.00, with time billable in units of one-tenth hour each. This reflects an increase in his hourly rate of $5.00 per hour. Prosecutor High has not had an increase since 2011 and has served the City for almost nineteen years. A budget amendment will be forthcoming at midyear to provide the additional funding. Prosecutor High is currently serving as the City of Wylie Municipal Prosecutor. It is recommended that Prosecutor High continue to provide service to the City as the City of Wylie Municipal Prosecutor. Page 1 of 1

10 RESOLUTION NO (R) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WYLIE, TEXAS, AUTHORIZING THE APPOINTMENT OF DON HIGH AS MUNICIPAL PROSECUTOR FOR THE CITY OF WYLIE. WHEREAS, the City of Wylie has determined that a Municipal Prosecutor is necessary to perform the judicial functions of the Municipal Court of the City of Wylie; and WHEREAS, the City desires to appoint Don High as the Municipal Prosecutor for the City of Wylie; and WHEREAS, the effective term of service for the Municipal Prosecutor shall be April 1, 2015-March 31, 2017 with a subsequent two year term; and WHEREAS, reimbursable services of the Municipal Prosecutor by the City of Wylie shall constitute all time spent on any matters assigned including conference, telephone calls, investigation, drafting of documents, correspondence, negotiations, legal research and travel to conduct City of Wylie municipal court business; and WHEREAS, time is to be billed in units of one-tenth hour each and the hourly stipend of $ will be provided by the City of Wylie for such services; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WYLIE: SECTION 1: That the City Council authorizes the appointment of Don High as City of Wylie Municipal Court Prosecutor for a two year term effective April 1, 2015-March 31, 2017 with an hourly stipend of $ for services as the City of Wylie Municipal Prosecutor with subsequent two year terms provided. DULY PASSED AND APRPOVED by the City Council of the City of Wylie, Texas on this the 10 th day of March, ATTEST TO: ERIC HOGUE, Mayor CAROLE EHRLICH, City Secretary Resolution No (R) Appointment of Municipal Prosecutor Don High

11 Wylie City Council AGENDA REPORT Meeting Date: March 10, 2015 Item Number: D Department: Planning (City Secretary s Use Only) Prepared By: Renae Ollie Account Code: Date Prepared: March 2, 2015 Budgeted Amount: Subject Exhibits: 1 Consider, and act upon, approval of a Final Plat for McCord s 3 Addition. The Plat will create a single commercial lot on acres. Subject property generally located north of F.M. 544 and east of Springwell Parkway. Recommendation Motion to approve a Final Plat for McCord s 3 Addition. The Plat will create a single commercial lot on acres. Subject property generally located north of F.M. 544 and east of Springwell Parkway. Discussion Owner: Barway Enterprises The purpose of the Final Plat is to record a legal lot of record and establish boundary lines for the subject property. The subject tract was originally a part of an unapproved plat known as McCord s Little Six. The owner of the subject tract is now platting Lot 3 separately and will file with Collin County in accordance with codes and ordinances in place. This Final Plat complies with all applicable technical requirements of the City of Wylie. Planning & Zoning Commission Discussion: The Commission voted 5-0 to recommend approval subject to additions and alterations as required by the City Engineering Department. (Rev 01/2014) Page 1 of 1

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13 Wylie City Council AGENDA REPORT Meeting Date: March 10, 2015 Item Number: E Department: WEDC (City Secretary s Use Only) Prepared By: Angel Wygant Account Code: Date Prepared: February 20, 2015 Budgeted Amount: Subject Exhibits: 1 Consider and place on file, the monthly Revenue and Expenditure Report for the Wylie Economic Development Corporation as of January 31, Recommendation Motion to approve, the monthly Revenue and Expenditure Report for the Wylie Economic Development Corporation as of January 31, Discussion The Wylie Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) Board of Directors approved the attached financials on February 20, (Rev 01/2014) Page 1 of 1

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31 Wylie City Council AGENDA REPORT Meeting Date: March 10, 2015 Item Number: F Department: City Secretary Prepared By: Carole Ehrlich Account Code: Date Prepared: March 6, 2015 Budgeted Amount: Subject Exhibits: (City Secretary s Use Only) Amending Resolution; Resolution No (R) Consider, and act upon, Resolution No (R) of the City Council of the City of Wylie, Collin, Dallas and Rockwall counties, Texas, amending Resolution No (R) (Order of Election), Section 7, to amend the election judges; and providing for an effective date. Recommendation Motion to approve, Resolution No (R) of the City Council of the City of Wylie, Collin, Dallas and Rockwall counties, Texas, amending Resolution No (R) (Order of Election), Section 7, to amend the election judges; and providing for an effective date. Discussion The offices of City Council positions, Places 2 and 4 will expire in May of Resolution No (R) ordering the General Election was approved by council during the January 27, 2015 City Council meeting. Mike Phelps was approved to serve as alternate election judge for early voting at the Wylie Smith Public Library and as an alternate judge at First Baptist Church on Election Day. Mr. Phelps has notified the City that he has relocated his residence outside the City making him ineligible to serve as an election judge or alternate. Priscilla Puz, who has served as a bi-lingual judge in the past has agreed to serve in place of Mike Phelps as alternate judge for Early Voting and Linda Davis has agreed to serve as alternate judge on Election Day at the First Baptist Church. By amending Resolution No , the City Council will approve and replace the alternate election judges for these locations for the May 9, 2015 General Election. Resolution No (Order of Election) stipulates that in the event the appointed judges/alternates are unable to execute or complete their duties for any reason, the Rockwall County Elections Administrator may identify additional judges/alternate judges that the City Council shall appoint as soon as possible. Page 1 of 1

32 RESOLUTION NO (R) RESOLUCION NO (R) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WYLIE, COLLIN, DALLAS AND ROCKWALL COUNTIES, TEXAS, AMENDING RESOLUTION NO (R), SECTION 7, TO AMEND THE ELECTION JUDGES; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. UNA RESOLUCION DEL CONCILIO DE LA CIUDAD DE WYLIE, CONDADOS DE COLLIN DALLAS Y ROCKWALL, TEXAS, ENMENDANDO RESOLUCION NO (R), SECCIÒN 7 PARA ENMENDAR LOS JUECES ELECTORALES, Y PROPORCIONAR UNA FECHA EFFECTIVA. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Wylie, Texas ( City Council ) previously adopted Resolution No (R) ordering a general election in the City of Wylie, Texas ( City ) on May 9, 2015 ( Election ); and MIENTRAS QUE, el Concilio de la Ciudad de la Ciudad de Wylie, Texas ( City Council ) anteriormente adopto Resolucion No (R) ordenando una eleccion general en la Ciudad de Wylie, Texas ( City ) el 9 de mayo, 2015 ( Election ); y WHEREAS, it has come to the attention of the City Council that the alternate election judge Mike Phelps, is unable to serve as the Early Voting and Election Day alternate election judge; and MIENTRAS QUE, ha venido a la atencion del Concilio de la Ciudad que la juez electoral sustituto para la votacion temprana y el eleccion general, Mike Phelps, es incapaz de servir como juez sustituto electoral y WHEREAS, the City Council has investigated and determined that it is in the best interest of the citizens of Wylie to amend Resolution No (R) and appoint Priscilla Puz as the Early Voting alternate election judge for the Wylie Municipal Complex (Library), to replace Mike Phelps and Linda Davis as the Election Day alternate judge for the First Baptist Church, to replace Mike Phelps; and MIENTRAS QUE, el Concilio de la Ciudad ha investigado y determinado que esta en los mejores intereses de los residentes de la Ciudad de Wylie de enmendar Resolucion (R) y designar a Priscilla Puz como juez electoral sustituto para el votacion temprana de Wylie Municipal Complex para reemplezar Mike Phelps y Linda Davis como juez sustituto para el eleccion general en el lugar First Baptist Church para reemplezar Mike Phelps y WHEREAS, based upon Section 7 amended below, the City shall amend Resolution No (R) to identify Priscilla Puz as the replacement as the alternate judge for the Wylie Resolution No (R) Resolucion No (R) Amending Resolution No (R)- Emendar Resolucion No (R) Order of May 9, 2015 General Election- Alternate Election Judge ordenando de 9 de mayo, 2015 una eleccion general, Juez Electoral Page 1 of 3

33 Municipal Complex (Library) polling place for Early Voting, and Linda Davis as the alternate judge for the First Baptist Church polling place on Election Day. MIENTRAS QUE, basado sobre la Secciòn 7 amendado debajo, la Ciudad debera enmendar Resolucion No (R) para identificar Priscilla Puz como juez sustituto para votacion temprana en el lugar de Wylie Municipal Complex y para identificar Linda Davis para juez sustituto para el eleccion general en el lugar First Baptist Church NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WYLIE, TEXAS, THAT: AHORA, POR LO TANTO, SEA RESUELTO POR EL CONCILIO DE LA CIUDAD DE WYLIE, TEXAS, QUE: SECTION 1: Findings Incorporated. The findings set forth above are incorporated herein for all purposes. SECCION 1: Las conclusiones integradas. Las conclusiones exponiendas arriba son integradas para todos los propositos. SECTION 2: Amendment to Resolution No (R). Resolution No (R) is hereby amended as follows: SECCION 2: Enmendacion a Resolucion No (R). Resolucion No (R) es por la presente enmendada como sigue: SECTION 7: The following election judges are hereby appointed: SECCION 7: Los siguientes jueces de la eleccion por la presente son designados: Early Voting: Rockwall Election Administration Votacion Temprana: Christopher Lynch, Early Voting Clerk, 915 Whitmore Drive, Suite D Rockwall, TX Smith Public Library Ruthie Wright, Judge, 113 N. Winding Oaks, Wylie, TX Priscilla Puz, Alternate, 106 N. Cottonbelt, Wylie, TX Election Day: Dia de la Eleccion: First Baptist Church of Wylie Ruthie Wright, Judge, 113 N. Winding Oaks, Wylie, TX Linda Davis, Alternate, 301 West Kirby #121, Wylie, TX Resolution No (R) Resolucion No (R) Amending Resolution No (R)- Emendar Resolucion No (R) Order of May 9, 2015 General Election- Alternate Election Judge ordenando de 9 de mayo, 2015 una eleccion general, Juez Electoral Page 2 of 3

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