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Ord 76-85 7/16/1985 ORDINANCE NO. rif(p-- g�r ORDINANCE WAIVING SECTION 31-41 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES , WHICH REQUIRES COUNTY RESIDENCE FOR CAB DRIVERS , FOR JIM R. SANDERS . WHEREAS, Jim R. Sanders has lived in Byers, Texas, for three years; prior to that, he resided in Wichita Falls for five years, but he has continued to work in Wichita Falls while living in Byers; and, WHEREAS , for the past year, Mr . Sanders has been a bus driver for the Wichita Falls Independent School District; during the summer months , he is unemployed from the school system, and he has an opportunity to drive a cab in Wichita Falls; and, WHEREAS, Section 31-41 of the Code of Ordinances provides that no person shall be issued a chauffeur 's license to drive a taxicab unless he shall have resided in Wichita County at least six months consecutively next preceding the filing of an application for such license, and Mr . Sanders has asked for a waiver of this requirement; and, WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the circumstances involved in this situation are exceptional , in that Mr . Sanders lived in Wichita Falls for five years, has worked in Wichita Falls for approx- imately eight years, and regularly drives a bus in Wichita Falls for the Wichita Falls Independent School District . NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS , TEXAS, THAT: The provisions of Section 31-41 of the Code of Ordinances, requiring that the holder of a chauffeur 's license to drive a taxicab must have resided in Wichita County at least six months consecutively next preceding the filing of an application, is hereby waived with regard to Jim R. Sanders . As Mr . Sanders is in urgent need for employment during the summer, so that he can make a living for his family, this measure is declared to be an emergency on the ground of urgent public need for the preservation of the peace, health and safety of property of the City, and it shall become effective immediately upon its passage . PASSED AND APPROVED this the 16th day of J1,1 , 19,i,. . Ai ,� 7z ATTEST: M A Y O R Cit' Clerk Affidavit of Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WICHITA (Paste Clipping Here) ORDINANCE NO.76-85 On this 31 day of Ju lv ORDINANCE WAIVING SEC- TION 31-41 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, WHICH RE- QUIRES COUNTY RESIDENCE A D 1985 Personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority FOR CAB DRIVERS, FOR JIM R. SANDERS ORDINANCE NO.77-85 Toni'Belvedere , bookkeeper ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC- TIONS 8-15,8-171,8-172 AND 8-174 OF THE CODE OF ORDI- for the Times Publishing Company of Wichita Falls, publishers of the NANCES TO ALLOW FOOD VENDING WITHIN CERTAIN DESIGNATED AREAS OF THE Wichita Falls Record News, a newspaper published at Wichita Falls in CITY OF WICHITA FALLS. ORDINANCE85 ORDINANCE WAIVING AIVING SEC- Wichita County, Texas, and upon being duly sworn by me, on oath states TION 4-15, SECTIONS 22-1(a), 5,8,9,SECTION 22-3 AND 22-4 that the attached,advertisement is a true and correct copy of advertising OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO DURING THE ACTIVITIES (1) issues thereof on the following RIVER CHID CHAMPIONSHIP. publlshed m. ORDINANCE NO.79-85 dates' ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC- 'TION 15-1,SUBSECTION(h)OF July 31, 1'9 8 5 THE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROHIBIT HAVING, KEEPING, STORING, MANUFACTURING �' OR SELLING PYROTECHNICS � 7n ��� � �� WITHIN 500 FEET OF THE CITY UMITS WHEN THE ONLY MEANS OF EGRESS IS THROUGH OR Bookkeeper for Times Publishing Company INTO THE CITY UMITS. of Wichita Falls Subscribed and sworn to before me this the day and year first above (SEAL) written. • 1 °2C33 `� •NV.