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evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. In their opinion, the financial statements of the City presented fairly the respective financial position of the City as of September 30, 2009; and respective changes in financial position and cash flows, ended in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the U.S. The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States of America and Canada (GFOA) awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the City for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for fiscal year ending September 30, 2008. In order to be awarded the Certificate, the governmental unit must publish an easily readable and efficiently organized comprehensive report. The City has received a Certificate for seven consecutive years. The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for FY ending September 30, 2009, for the City of Granbury is on file in the Office of the City Secretary and available for public inspection. Councilperson Johnson made a motion Council accept the audit. Seconded by Councilperson Tyra, the motion carried with 5 ayes and 0 nays.

MOTION CARRIED

10-020 Consider and adopt a Resolution pursuant to Section 54.016 of the Texas Water Code whereby the City desires to consent to AMUD’s inclusion of 800 Fall Creek Hwy, (being a 4.989 acre tract to Bill and Leroy Associates, LTD recorded in the Real Property Records of Hood County, Texas called Tract One and a 3.974 acre tract to Bill and Leroy Associates, LTD recorded in the Real Property Records of Hood County, Texas called Tract Two, total land area, 8.963 acres) within its district to serve the site which is contained within the City’s corporate boundary. Scott Sopchak, Community Development Director briefed Council. The proposed property is home to a paving contractor operation which was in existence at the time of annexation into the corporate boundary in December 2006. The site(s) are served by an existing AMUD waterline. Regarding the resolution to include the property within AMUD’s jurisdiction, P & Z acted that the property to the south be conditionally denied unless a fire hydrant was installed, which would meet the City’s 300’ commercial coverage requirement. Rather than include the site which was filed for platting in the AMUD jurisdiction, the owner has suggested that the property to the north be included in the area and that a hydrant shall be installed along the frontage of the subject property. This was done in order to mitigate capping the owner’s personal water wells, which was suggested by AMUD on the 820 Fall Creek site. This would allow the property to meet the City fire hydrant halo requirements under the Subdivision Ordinance, but not burden the property owner with the task of capping the wells. Staff recommends approving the Resolution as presented. Councilperson Johnson made a motion Council approve and adopt the resolution. Seconded by Councilperson Pirkle, the motion carried with 5 ayes and 0 nays.

MOTION CARRIED

10-021 Request of Ryan Wilson, 21260 Gathering Oaks, San Antonio, TX and ARDC Granbury Seniors, Ltd. That Council consider and adopt a resolution providing support for ARDC Granbury Seniors’ application to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for tax credits. ARDC Granbury Seniors is proposing a Seniors Development in partnership between Franklin Development and the Granbury Housing Authority to provide senior residents of Granbury safe and affordable housing.

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