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Ord 60-85 6/4/1985 • f ORDINANCE NO. 60-85 ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING ALLEY PAVING PROGRAM PROCEDURE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, THAT: The following alley paving program procedure is hereby established for the City of Wichita Falls . SECTION 1. An alley paving project may be instigated by petition submitted by owners of property abutting the alley in a block, such petition to be submitted to the City Council through the City Manager. SECTION 2 . All projects which are approved for construc- tion by the City Council shall be lumped together into one yearly alley paving program. Such construction shall be done by independent contractors under contract based on sealed competitive bids . SECTION 3 . Pavement in residential alleys shall be nine ( 9 ) feet in width, in commercial alleys shall be twelve ( 12 ) feet in width, and in the central business district shall be the entire width of the alley right-of-way or a width of twenty( 20 ) feet, whichever is less. The cross section of each alley shall be the same as the cross section of the City residential streets; however, if in any particular alley extra- ordinary design loadings dictate a heavier cross section in accordance with generally accepted engineering practices as determined by the Director of Public Works, such alley shall be constructed with the heavier cross section. Alleys shall be paved only with Portland cement concrete, and not asphalt. SECTION 4 . Each block of alley to be paved shall be placed in either of two alley paving programs : a program for alleys which will be used for mechanized collection of solid waste from containers placed by the City in the alley (called the Alley Container Program) , or a program for alleys which will not be used for solid waste collection (called the Alley Paving Program) . The method of payment by owners or occupants of abutting properties shall be based on the program to which an alley is assigned. SECTION 5. The cost of the paving of an alley shall be shared by the City and the owners and/or occupants of abutting properties on the following basis: • A. City' s share of the cost shall be the costs of engineering and contract administration and the difference between the preliminary project construction cost estimate plus ten percent ( 10% ) and the actual construction cost, whether negative or positive. B. The owners' and/or occupants' share of the cost shall be the amount equal to the preliminary project construction cost estimate, plus 10% for contingencies. SECTION 6 . The following procedural steps shall be followed in the program: A. Interested property owners who desire that a block of alley be paved shall submit a petition requesting such paving to the City Council through the City Manager. B. Such petitions shall be submitted to the City Council, who may drop the project or parts thereof from further considera- tion, and set a public hearing and direct the staff to prepare preliminary construction cost estimates on those blocks which it desires to continue in the program. C. The City Council shall hold a public hearing after the preliminary construction cost estimates are available; after the public hearing, the Council may drop the project or any part thereof from further consideration, and place each alley, which they desire to continue in the program, in either the Alley Container Program or the Alley Paving Program. D. If an alley is placed in the Alley Container Program, the owners and/or occupants of properties abutting such alley will be required to place on deposit with the City an amount equal to 50% of the preliminary project construction cost estimate for such alley plus ten percent ( 10% ) contingency. As such alley paving project is accomplished for the purpose of making it possible to provide for mechanized collection of solid waste in such alley, the remainder of the preliminary project construction cost estimate plus 10% contingency over and above the amount deposited shall be charged, in the form of increased refuse collection rates, to the owners and/or occupants of abutting properties who did not pay their share into the deposit. Each such owner' s or occupant' s monthly refuse collection bill shall be increased for 36 months in equal amounts sufficient to pay his share of the costs plus interest at the rate of 8% per annum; such increased refuse collection charge shall commence after the alley paving is accepted by the City. - 2 E. If an alley is placed in the Alley Paving Program, the owners and/or occupants of properties abutting such alley will be required to place on deposit with the City an amount equal to 100% of the preliminary project construction cost estimate plus 10% contingency. F. After the deposits required herein for an alley have been made, such alley shall be placed in the yearly alley paving program. Once each year all of the alleys which have been placed in the program will be combined together in one project, which shall be constructed under a contract awarded to an independent contractor on the basis of sealed competitive bids as required by state statute. SECTION 7 . It is recognized that in the future there may be technological or economic changes which will make it necessary for the City to discontinue its system of mechanized collection of solid waste in alleys; in the event this occurs, such system will be discontinued despite the fact that certain alleys will have been paved under the Alley Container Program established by this ordinance. PASSED AND APPROVED this the 4th day of June, 1985. A Y O R ATTEST: it Y Clerk - 3 - Affidavit of Publication ORDINANCE NO.42-85 ORDINANCE AMENDING SUBSECTION(102.5)OF ORDI- THE STATE OF TEXAS NANCE NO.2733,THE PLUMB- ING CODE, TO CHANGE THE NUMBER AND COMPOSITION 1 COUNTY OF WICHITA OF THE PLUMBING ADVISORY Here) BOARD MEMBERS. H ORDINANCE NO.43-85 2 5th June TION 14•21(C)MEND SECTION On this of 14-23(D)OF THE CODE OF OR- 1985 8 5 DINANCES TO REDUCE TO NINETY (90) DAYS THE WAIT- A•D• ••• •• •. personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority ING PERIOD BEFORE AN ELK- TRICIAN'S EXAMINATION MAY Katherine H. Parrish bookkeeper BE TAKEN OVER ORDINANCE,NO.44-85 ORDINANCE CLOSING HEAR-' ING AND, AND/OR STRUC- FINDING CERTAIN BUILDINGS for the Times Publishing Company of Wichita Falls, publishers of the TURES TO BE "DANGEROUS: COMMANDING PROPERTY! Wichita Falls Record News, a newspaper published at Wichita Falls in OWNERS TO REPAIR OR DE- .MOLISH SAID BUILDINGS AND/OR STRUCTURES WITHIN Wichita County. Texas, and upon being duly sworn by me, on oath states THIRTY(30)DAYS OF THE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE AND that the attached.advertisement is a true and correct copy of advertising DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. One 1 ORDINANCE CLOSING,ING, published in__ issues thereof on the following CATING,AN ORDINANCE CLOSING,VA- PORT PORTION AB UTIUTY ABANDONING SE- dates: MENT IN LOT 6, BLOCK 8, June 20, 1985 TANGLEWOOD HOLLOW, SEC- . TION E,WICHITA FALLS,TEXAS. ORDINANCE NO.46-85 AN ORDINANCE CLOSING,VA- X''' CATING,AND ABANDONING A I C �jtw2/ � - T NGLEWOOD 1 HOLLOW,EC- Bookkeeper for Times Publishing Company TION F-2, WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS,AND RETAINING A UTIL- of Wichita Falls ITY EASEMENT. ORDINANCE NO.47-85 ORDINANCE AMENDING ' Subscribed and sworn to before me this the day and year first above EXHIBITS A AND B OF ORDI- NANCE NO. 37-85, WHICH :EAL) written. REESENTATIONSTBAS' ED ON SINGLE-MEMBER DISTRICTS AND A MAYOR AND ONE « COUNCILMAN . ORDINANCE NO.48-85 • ORDINANCE APPROVING AGREEMENT WITH WILLIAM L AS HARALSON & ASSOCIATION, 1 INC.FOR A FEASIBIUTY STUDY public,Texas 1 FOR A CONVENTION `y 1 °'P HOTEL/MOTEL FUND TO CENTER/CIVIC CENTER COM- Om1171SSiO E X P i~ 8S, COM- PLEX, AND APPROPRIATING HO ETAC- COUNT NO. 26-052-4430 TO PAY FOR SUCH STUDY. ORDINANCE NO.53-85 ORDINANCE NO.57-85 ORDINANCE NO.49-85 AN ORDINANCE REPLEAING AN ORDINANCE CLOSING,VA- ORDINANCE AMENDING PARR- SECTIONS 30-1(a)AND 30-2 OF CATING AND ABANDONING A GRAPH (2) OF SECTION 29-24 THE CITY OF W)CHITA FALLS 7.5 FEET BY 160 FEET UTIUTY OF ORDINANCES 1 OF THE TO INCREASE THE SPEED UMIT CODE OF ORDINANCE NO. EASEMENT IN LOT 12,BLOCK 1, FOR TRAINS ACROSS THE 39-84; AND DECLARING AN TANGLEWOOD, SECTION B, EMERGENCY FALLS,TEXAS SEVENTH STREET CROSSING ORDINANCE NO.54-85 I ORDINANCE NO.58-85 FROM EIGHT MILES PER HOUR AN ORDINANCE REPLEAING I AN ORDINANCE CLOSING, VA- TO TWENTY MILES PER HOUR. SECTION 7-3,SECTION 7-15(1), CATING AND ABANDONING A ORDINANCE NO.50-85 SECTION 7-15(1.1), SECTION SEVEN AND ONE HALF (7.5) AN ORDINANCE WAIVING THE 7-15(6), SECTION 7-15(14.2), FOOT WIDE UTIUTY EASEMENT MINIMUM BUILDING SETBACK �I I SECTION 7-15(16), AND SK- IN LOT 1-C,BLOCK 3,SECTION REQUIREMENTS ALONG BROOK ;TION 7-15(18)OF THE CITY OF 3, LYNWOOD WEST SUB- AVENUE FOR LOT 5-A, BLOCK WICHITA FALLS CODE OF ORDI- I DIVISION, WICHITA FALLS, 22, SOUTHLAND ADDITION, NANCES,AND SECTION 2301.1 I TEXAS WICHITA FALLS,TEXAS OF THE STANDARD BUILDING ORDINANCE NO.59-85 ORDINANCE NO.51-85 CODE, AND DECLARING AN ORDINANCE REPLEALING ORDI- AN ORDINANCE AMENDING 1 EMERGENCY NANCE NOS.3456,3490,AND CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE IV, ORDINANCE NO.55-85 3648, AUTHORIZING THE CITY DIVISION 1 OF THE CITY OF j AN ORDINANCE WAIVING THE TO FILE SUIT TO ENFORCE LAND WICHITA FALLS CODE OF ORDI- j RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY USE RESTRICTINGS;PROVIDING NANCES CHANGING THE PLAN- OWNER'S OWNER'S SIGNATURE REQUIRE- FOR AN EMERGENCY; REPEAL- NING BOARD TO THE PLAN- ,MENT FOR AN OFF-PREMISE AL- ING ORDINANCES NO. 3457 NING AND ZONING COM- COHOLIC BEVERAGE UCENSE AND 3647 CONCERNING BUILD- MISSION, AND DECLARING AN ,FOR THE 9TH STREET FOOD ING PERMITS. EMERGENCY I STORE ORDINANCE NO.60-85 ORDINANCE NO.52-85 ORDINANCE NO.56-85 ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING AN ORDINANCE REPLEAUNG 'I' AN ORDINANCE CLOSING,VA- ALLEY PAVING PROGRAM • CERTAIN SECTIONS OF APPEN- ■ CATING AND ABANDONING A PROCEDURE DIX A,OF THE CITY OF WICHITA TWENTY(20)FOOT WIDE ALLEY FALLS CODE OF ORDINANCES LYING BETWEEN LOT 15 AND (COMPREHENSIVE SUB- I LOTS 16-18,BLOCK 3,SIKES ES- DIVISION ORDINANCE NO. TATES, SECTION G, WICHITA 2118) WHICH CONFLICT WITH IFALLS,TEXAS,AND RETAINING THE ZONING ORDINANCE,AND I AN UTIUTY EASEMENT DECLARING AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE NO.53-85 AN ORDINANCE REPLEAING carrONS 30-1(a)AND 30-2 OF