The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on April 29, 1970 · Page 17
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 17

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Page 17
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THE tHUZOSPORT FACTS, Frcc|Mrt, T*XM, Wc*iet«fty, April It.ltTt, Melton I, Page III JONES CREEK COUNG/L at-a-glance By HAVE ENGLISH JONES CREEK — The Board of Aldermen met Tuesday night at the Jones Creek Community Center with Mayor G. E. Slade and all Aldermen present except Roy Chalberg. Also present were 10 visitors, a reporter, the city secretary, and city marshal! during portions of the meeting. VOTING was unanimous with the exception of the issue of paving of Gafncy St. MINUTES were rend and approved. Motion, Rasberry; second Grandjean. A REPRESENTATIVE of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. of Freeport, Ronnie Woods, was present to assure the Board that a standard gross receipts ordinance was being made. In it, a two per cent rate on the revenue from local service of customers per month will be paid to the city on a yearly basis for their franchize to operate in Jones Creek. In response to a question by Grandjean, Woods assured the Board that there was a uniform rate within the city limits with mileage rates paid outside the boundries set by the Telephone Co. As the population expands, Wcxnls said, the twundnrics set by the company will change to include a uniform rate throughout the city limits. He also reported that he will speak to higher authorities to include the Jones Creekwood subdivision under their company rather than under the Brazoria Telephone Co, MAYOR PRO TEM will be G. V. Grandjean. Motion, Rasberry; second Galaznik. THE " OFFICE AND DUTIES of the mayor pro tern were established in an ordinance. Motion, Galaznik; second, Rasberry. A MUNICIPAL COURT was set up in an ordinance establishing the mayor as judge, mayor pro tern as substitute judge and city secretary as court clerk. All fines, collected from the court will go into the general fund of the city. Motion, Rasberry; second, Galaznik. A TRAFFIC ORDINANCE was passed establishing speed zones throughout the incorporated areas. All zones are to be marked with signs. The changes along Hwy. 36 must be approved by the highway department before they are in effect. In general all public streets and roads will be 30 mph, with zones along the highway ranging from 40 to 55 mph. One block of Stephen F. Austin Road was set at 20 mph near the school. Motion, Grandjean; second, Galaznik. A FIREARM ORDINANCE which would prohibit the discharge of firearms within the city limits except in the performance of duty by a peace officer and or in the defense of person or property was tabled. Motion, Grand- Jean; second. Dingle. A PEDDLER AND SOLICITOR ordinance requiring a license with a fee of $5 for all peddlers and solicitors was tabled for further revisions. Motion, Rasberry; second, Grand- Jean. TI1K IIOINDAHIKS AND MAI' of Jones Creek as established by the Dunbar and Dickson Consulting Engineers survey was adopted. The population of Jones Creek was set at 2,215 at the time of incorporation. Street names on the map were maintained with the numbers established by the Houston Lighting and Power Co. City Limit signs are to be erected by the highway dept. Motion, Rasberry; second, Grandjean. BILLS including the original cost of incorporation, lawyer fees, election costs, the marshall's badge and payment of election officers were approved. BLACKTOPPING of Gafney Street was approved by Council on the provision that it would not come out of the general road fund for Jones Creek. Motion, Grandjean; second, Rasberry. Vote three for. one against (Dingle). THE NEED. FOR A DOG ordinance was brought up before the Board by one of the visitors. She suggested following the one recently adopted by Ricnwood. Toe Aldermen felt that such an Ordinance was necessary, but means to enforce it would have to be discovered. AUJOLH\MENT was at 11 p.m. Motion, Dingle; second, Grandjca«. u&mim Special* food thru May 2. 1970. Mifht to limit incrvcd. Prices phit tax when applicable. (Copyrogfit) THE KROGER CO. 1970. TREESWEET PINK GRAPEFRUIT KAL KAN DOG FOOD MARGARINE JUICE PILLS8URV HUNGRY JACK BUTTERMILK OR SWEETMILK BISCUITS 9KOZ. CANS DUNCAN MINIS CAKE MIXES 3 19 OZ. BOXES AVOWAU SWEET PEAS 7 NO. 303 CANS 1 MINCIUA GOLDEN YAMS 4 NO Z'A CANS KROGER REFRIGERATED C in am oi IMS KROGER HALVES IfTtUtt Poars CAN 4 CAN?' GREEN GIANT 14( Pork I ROOM WEDGES $1 Hut's Tomtoos DISHWASHING ?T - , Koidi liquid DAYTIME DIAPERS PoMpors GULFCHARCOAL Ligktor Fluid BREMMER BANANA. CHOCOLATE. _ CHERRY OR DEVILS FOOD 3 KROGER REGULAR Pork I Rtms KROGER Riritcit Sonet I IB CAW U 01. BTLS M< $1 KROGER CREAM STYLE GOLDEN CORN 1 SUNGOLD SALTINES IB. 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