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Ord 111-85 10/15/1985 ORDINANCE NO. /74- g51 ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 32-20 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO ADJUST TREATED WATER RATES FOR RETAIL CUSTOMERS BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, THAT: Section 32-20 of the Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 32-20. Rates. The following rates are hereby established and shall hereafter be collected by the Finance Department of the City. During every billing cycle an account is active except the first and last, the following water rates shall apply to all water users (residential , commercial , and industrial ) , with the exception of contract water users and selected raw water users, and with the exception that service outside the corporate limits shall be two times the rate charged inside the corporate limits based upon the following computation. The minimum monthly bill for all metered water service shall be as shown below, for which amount each customer will be allowed 200 cubic feet of water. Meter Size Minimum Bill 5/8 inch $ 3.57 3/4 inch 5.97 1 inch 8.80 11/2 inch 17.78 2 inch 28.43 21/2 inch 40.29 3 inch 53.28 4 inch 82.89 6 inch 177.57 8 inch 284.10 10 inch NA For larger consumption, the rate shall be as follows: The next 800 cubic feet of water at $.87 per hundred; The next 3,000 cubic feet of water at $.74 per hundred; The next 2,800 cubic feet of water at $.68 per hundred; The next 60,000 cubic feet of water at $.64 per hundred; In excess of 66,800 cubic feet of water at $.62 per hundred; During the first and last billing cycle in which an account is active, the minimum monthly bill shown above shall be prorated for the number of days the account is active; the prorata daily charge shall be based on a 30-day month. For water consumed, the rate shall be: The first 1 ,000 cubic feet of water at $.87 per hundred; The next 3,000 cubic feet of water at $.74 per hundred; The next 2,800 cubic feet of water at $.68 per hundred; The next 60,000 cubic feet of water at $.64 per hundred; In excess of 66,800 cubic feet of water at $.62 per hundred; The amount charged in the first and last billing cycle for water consumed, and the prorated minimum bill , shall not exceed the charges for the same amount of water in a full billing cycle. Water users located outside the city limits shall pay twice the minimum monthly bill and consumption rates described above. " The above schedule of rates shall be effective during the first full billing cycle after October 31, 1985, and thereafter. Additional revenue is needed in the Public Utilities Department during the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1985, therefore this Ordinance is declared an emergency and shall be effective upon passage. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS THE 15TH DAY OF OCTOBER 1985. i/ mil/ , w t ,..1 P '-'7 OR ATTEST: / -,---h-Z412/e....9 ' (41/21-114-4,-- CITY LERK ORDINANCE NO.104-85 ORDINANCE RE-APPROPRIAT- ING FUNDS BETWEEN DEPART- MENTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF. MATCHING THE FEDERAL GRANT FOR RENOVATING THE J%1 i u avi¢ o f Publication INTERIOR OF THE WICHITA 1 1 L V FALLS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT TER- MINAL BUILDING ORDINANCE NO.105-85 AN ORDINANCE CLOSING,VA- THE STATE OF TEXAS CATING,AND ABANDONING A TWENTY-FIVE(25)FOOT WIDE CO T OF WICHITA ALLEY IN BLOCK 147,ORIGINAL TOWNSITE; WICHITA FALLS,'; re . TEXAS,AND.RETAINING A UTIL- ITY EASEMENT 12th November ORDINANCE NO.106-85 On this day of AN ORDINANCE CLOSING, VA- CATING,AND ABANDONING A TWENTY (20) FOOT WIDE A D 1985.. personally appeared undersigned NORTH-SOUTH AuEY IN BLOCK P Y ppe d before me, the undersi ed authors`Y 5;SPIVEY ADDITION,WICHITA FALLS,TEXAS,AND;RESAINING I A UTILITY EASEMEI T nn 1 Belvedere bookkeeper ;f: ORDINANCEFNO T07-85 ORDINANCE 'AMENDING'SEC TION 28-6.1 OF THE CODE OF for the Times Publishing Company of Wichita Falls, publishers of the ORDIANCES'`TO INCREASE i THE RESIDENCE HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION OF PERSONS 65 p a Wichita Falls Record News, a newspaper published at Wichita Falls in . . � p YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER ORDINANCE NO.108-85 Wichita County, Texas, and upon being duly sworn by me, on oath states AN ORDINANCE MAKING AP- PROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUP PORT, MAINTENANCE, BUILD- that the attached.advertisement is a true and correct copy of advertising INGS AND IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS! ONE(1) FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGIN- published ln. Issues thereof on the following NING OCTOBER 1, 1985, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1986, 1 dates: BOTH DATES INCLUSIVE, , ADOPTING THE BUDGET FIG- URES AND ACCOUNTS AS PART - i OF SAID APPROPRIATIONS, DECLARING AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE NO.109-85 i ✓ / 4j- f, .e ORDINANCE MAKING AN AP- _ i PROPRIATION TO THE INTEREST AND SINKING FUND FOR THE Bookkeeper for Times Publishing Company PURPOSE OF MEETING THE of Wichita Falls PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST OBLI- GATIONS ON.OUTSTANDING • GENERAL OBLIGATION DEBT Subscribed and sworn to before me this the day and year first above FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGIN- ;��� NING OCTOBER 1, 1985 AND written. '------"N, , ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1986 ORDINANCE NO.110-85 AN ORDINANCE LEVYING, /i ASSESSING AND FIXING THE / t---7. TAX RATE FOR THE USE AND , -. T i�<v�t/'�/ SUPPORT OF THE MUNICIPAL , GOVERNMENT.OF THE CITY.OF f WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, AND - ` t PROVIDING FOR THE INTEREST AND.SINKING FUND,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1985-86 AND AP- PORTIONING EACH LEVY FOR THE SPECIFIC PURPOSE AND PROVIDING FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ANNUAL OC- CUPATION TAXES PROVIDED BY �o,`,t + Mn LAW, AND DECLARING AN JC+Y �A S / EMERGENCY �= -, ORDINANCE NO 111-85 I �. =Notary Public,Texas L� —- OJ ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC- ;' '-�/Iy fires �� TION 32-20 OF THE CODE OF Commission Exp ORDINANCES TO ADJUST '.; .,„..... !' TREATED WATER RATES FOR RE "'r ,NO TAIL CUSTOMERS - > ORDINANCES NO;112-85 ORDINANCES TO RESCIND OR- DINANCE NO. 159-83:AND TO RECEIVED IN ADAPT WATER RATES,AND OP- ERAT 1G PROCEDURES FOR RE- CITY C'`R rK'S OFFICE TAIuHF.CUSTOMERS USING RAW v?I WATER ONLY ��'f J ORDINANCE NO.113-85 Du,- l ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH / '�}d WHOLESALE WATER RATES FOR !TY?`- I.s 1, CONTRACT CUSTOMERS s0-v ____ ---- ORDINANCE NO.114-85 ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC- TION 32-57 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO ADJUST SEWER RATES FOR RETAIL CUS- TOMERS