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May 4, 2017

Thursday, 15 November 2018 17:21

RESOLUTION 2018-19

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-19

A RESOLUTION APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE REVISED 2018
JOHNSON POLICE DEPARTMENT STANDARD OPERATING
PROCEDURES MANUAL

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON,
ARKANSAS:

Section 1: That inasmuch as the Johnson police Department standard operating Procedures manual is literally a living document undergoing constant updating and revision to accommodate changing State and Federal law as well as Court decisions, the current version adopted hereby shall be identified as the Revised 2018 Johnson Police Department Standard Operating Procedures manual.
Section 2: That the Revised 2018 Johnson police Department standard operating Procedures manual has been reviewed and is hereby approved and adopted.
Section 3: That use and adherence to the procedures and policies set forth in the Revised 2018 Johnson Police Department Standard Operating Procedures manual shall commence on the 1st day of January, 2019; all officers of the Johnson Police Department and those employees who operate pursuant to one or more sections of the procedures manual shall read the Revised 2018 Johnson Police Department Standard Operating Procedures manual and thereafter sign a statement to the effect that they have read the Revised 2018 Johnson Police Department Standard Operating Procedures manual, understand same and that they agree to follow the policies and procedures approved and adopted by the City Council. A copy of such statement shall be maintained in each person's permanent personnel file with the City.
Section 4: The Revised 2018 the Johnson police Department standard operating Procedure manual shall remain in effect and be followed until duly amended or replaced by action of the Johnson City Council.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of November, 2018

ATTEST:

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Thursday, 15 November 2018 16:50

RESOLUTION 2018-18

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-18

CITY OF JOHNSON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS
A RESOLUTION T0 REPEAL RESOLUTION NO. 2007-3

 

WHEREAS, on or about February 13, 2007 the City Council of the City of Johnson, Arkansas approved and adopted Resolution No. 2007-3, that has been amended from time to time, establishing, defining and delineating the Johnson Personnel Committee; and
WHEREAS, from time to time that the Johnson Personnel Committee has met and provided recommendations, to the City Council on personnel matters, but for a period of time and at present the Johnson Personnel Committee is not constituted or functioning; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Johnson finds that in conjunction with its role, duties and responsibilities, that it can provide the same role and services as the Johnson Personnel Committee; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Johnson, Arkansas believe that it is in the best interest of the City of Johnson and its citizens to repeal Resolution No. 2007-3 as the Johnson Personnel Committee is no longer necessary.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council for the City of
Johnson, Washington County, Arkansas;

Section 1: This Resolution repeals Resolution No. 2007-3 and all other resolutions related to Resolution No. 2007-3 and the Johnson Personnel Committee shall dissolve immediately.

PASSED on this day of November 13th, 2018

ATTEST:

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Monday, 05 November 2018 15:07

SEPTEMBER 11, 2018

JOHNSON CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
CITY HALL
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018

 

Mayor Chris Keeney called the meeting to order at 6:00 pin.

Present were Council Members Angela Perea, Bill Burnett, John Wright, Bob Fant and Dan Cross. Also present were Recorder/Treasurer Jennifer Allen, City Attorney Danny Wright, Police Chief Vernon Sisemore, Fire Chief Matt Mills, and Building Official Clay Wilson. Council Member Katherine Hudson was absent.

Mayor Keeney amended the agenda to discuss the increase in franchise fees and Resolution 2018-16 at the beginning of new business.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the August 14, 2018 council meeting. Bob Fant made a motion to approve the minutes as written and was seconded by John Wright. All approved.

Department Head Reports:

Police Chief Vernon Sisemore introduced new Officer Jacob Rollins. Chief Sisemore stated that 32 new cases were opened and 28 were closed. Chief Sisemore 2 new officers have been hired and are in field training.

Fire Chief Matt Mills stated there were 27 calls for service. Mills stated Captain Roy Edwards will be training in Camden and a new fire fighter will be going to the fire academy in October. Chief Mills stated the department has been looking at a new pumper truck to replace the current truck that is 25 years old and is out of compliance with current ISO with an open cab design. The new truck could cost anywhere from $382,000 -$534,000 with an additional $40,000 in equipment. Chief Mills stated Jon's Mid-America is loaning the department a ladder truck until our repairs are completed.

Mayor Keeney said the rain has caused the longest mowing season in 3 years so the Public Works Department continues to mow. Diamond C is currently cleaning out the creek bed west of Johnson Square and will lastly work on the debris at the Ball Street Bridge. Mayor Keeney said the old shop building (between the 2 newer ones) is collapsing as the joists are rotten and falling in.

Building Official/Maintenance Specialist Clay Wilson stated there were 5 new building permits and 9 mechanical permits issued. Wilson stated he has been working on vehicle maintenance, MS4 inspections, taking pictures of the road damage caused by the AT&T contractors and meeting with EDA about Johnson Square. Wilson stated the delay on the fire truck is that custom motor mounts must be made by the manufacturer before the engine can be installed. Dan Cross stated the Planning Commission is continuing the journey to redo the city planning and zoning ordinances. Cross stated the most complex piece could be obtaining the $40,000 needed for legal and implementation but they are working on it.

Recorder/Treasurer Jennifer Allen stated that State Turnback and Property Taxes have been received; Sales Taxes have not. The City purchased a $300,000.00 CD for 12 months at 2.45% APY bringing City savings up to $1.5 million. Allen stated the Police Chief search committee has selected a candidate who is moving here from Georgia and respectfully requests that $2,500 be diverted from Police Wages to Relocation Expenses to help defray some of the cost of his move.
Motion to approve was made by Bob Fant and seconded by Angela Perea. All approved. Allen offered her congratulations to all the incumbent candidates up for re-election this year. No one drew opposition and as such has been duly elected. Mayor Keeney's name will appear on the ballot, but the unopposed Council Members will not.

City Attorney Danny Wright stated he has been working on the sheltering agreement, spent time on the Hawkins-Weir contract and the ordinance to start the Fire Department transfer. There has been no progress to report with the Fire Department's attorney.

Mayor Keeney stated the AT&T contractor that upgraded the fiber optic lines did a lot of damage including creating bumps in the streets due to shallow boring, and he is looking for a mechanism for recourse.

Mayor Keeney stated the search for a City Planner continues.

Mayor Keeney asked that any Council Member interested in serving on the Personnel Committee please let him know.

Mayor Keeney stated the search for a new Police Chief has been completed. The committee believes they have selected a great candidate in Otha Wayne Woods from Lovejoy, Georgia. Chief Sisemore is looking forward to retirement. Mayor Keeney introduced Chief Woods and asked for a motion to approve his appointment effective October 15, 2018. Motion to approve was made by Bob Fant and seconded by Angela Perea. All approved.

New Business:

Mayor Keeney stated that in April the Council had discussed the fact that currently all franchise fees collected by the City are at 2%, with the exception of trash which is at 4%. The maximum for franchise fees set by the State is 4.25%. Mayor Keeney said the Council's recommendation at that time was making the increase to 4% overall by the end of the year. With visitors in the audience from Black Hills and Ozark Electric, this topic was discussed at length. Mayor Keeney presented RESOLUTION 2018-16: A RESOLUTION INCREASING THE FRANCHISE FEE FOR UTILITY SERVICES PROVIDED WITHIN THE CITY OF JOHNSON and asked for a motion to read it by title only, which was made by John Wright and  econded by Dan Cross. All approved. Resolution 2018-16 was read by City Attorney Danny Wright and motion to approve the reading was made by Dan Cross and seconded by John Wright. All present approved except Bob Fant who voted no. RESOLUTION 2018-16 was approved.

Mayor Keeney presented RESOLUTION 2018-14: A RESOLUTION LEVYING A TAX ON THE REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, FOR THE YEAR 2018, FIXING THE RATE THEREOF AT 5 MILLS, AND CERTIFYING THE SAME TO THE COUNTY CLERK OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to read it by title only which was made by Dan Cross and seconded by Angela Perea. All approved. Resolution 2018-14 was read by City Attorney Danny Wright and motion to approve the reading was made by Bob Fant and seconded by Dan Cross. All approved. RESOLUTION 2018-14 was approved.

Mayor Keeney presented RESOLUTION 2018-15: A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES WITH HAWKINS-WEIR ENGINEERS, lNC. Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to read it by title only which was made by Bob Fant and seconded by Dan Cross. All approved. Resolution 2018- 15 was read by City Attorney Danny Wright and motion to approve the reading was made by Dan Cross and seconded by John Wright. All approved. RESOLUTION 2018-15 was approved.

Mayor Keeney presented ORDINANCE 2018-11: AN ORDINANCE CREATING A JOHNSON FIRE DEPARTMENT AS A DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY, CREATING THE DEPARTMENT HEAD POSITION OF FIRE CHIEF AND SETTING FORTH THE DUTIES THEREOF IN ORDER TO PROVIDE FIRE SERVICE TO THE CITY OF JOHNSON ON JANUARY 1, 2019, AND THEREAFTER. Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to read Ordinance 2018-11 by title only, waiving the second and third readings. Motion was made by John Wright and seconded by Bob Fant. Roll call: Angela Perea,yes., Bill Burnett,yes;, John Wright,yes., Bob Fant,yes., Dan Cross, yes. City Attorney Danny Wright read the ordinance by title only. Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to approve this reading of ORDINANCE 2018-11 by title only. Motion was made by John Wright and seconded by Bob Fant. Roll call: Angela Perea,yes., Bill Burnett,yes., John Wright, yes., Bob Fant, yes; Dan Cross, yes. ORDINANCE 2018-11 was approved.

Mayor Keeney asked for approval of the appointment of Matt Mills to the part time Chief position of the Johnson Fire Department effective November 1, 2018. Motion to approve was made by John Wright and seconded by Angela Perea. All approved.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to pay the bills from the General Fund, Street Fund, Act 988 Fund and Court Automation Fund that the council had reviewed. Bob Fant made a motion to pay the bills and Angela Perea seconded. All approved.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to adjourn which was made by Bill Burnett and seconded by
Bob Fant. All approved. The meeting was adjourned at 7:06 pin.

Respectfully Submitted,

* PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENT FOR COMPLETE DOCUMENT

Monday, 05 November 2018 14:26

October 4, 2018

City of Johnson

Planning Commission Meeting at City Hall

October 4th, 2018

 

Commissioners Present: Dan Cross, Katherine Hudson, Todd Wood, Shane Bronson

Also in attendance:   Building Official Clay Wilson, Sarah Guertz – EDA, Juliet Richey – Garver

No Secretary or Recorder Present – Chairman Dan Cross volunteered to capture the minutes for this meeting.

Chairman Dan Cross called the meeting to order at 6:00PM

Approval of September 6 2018 PC minutes. No minutes presented – this item was tabled to be reviewed at the November meeting.

Old Business: Review New zoning code – consultant fee proposal

            It was reported that the consultants met with Mayor Keeney, Gregg Gainer and Clay Willson on September 18th to review the details of the proposal. The consultants amended the proposal to show additional detail under each section for better clarity of the associated costs. The consensus of that meeting was that the Mayor and the sub-committee were comfortable with the proposal and that it had the required detail to recommend it to the City Council for budgeting purposes. This will need to be a new budget line item – not covered under existing funds allocated to the Planning Commission.

            The amended proposal was shared electronically with the planning commissioners and there was a hard copy made available for review during the meeting.

            Todd Wood made a resolution to support the consultant fee proposal as submitted to City Council for budget approval.

Motion: Todd Wood

Second: Shane Bronson

Yes Votes: Unanimous

Resolution Approved

Motion to adjourn – Shane Bronson

Seconded by Todd Wood

Unanimous Yes

Adjourned at 6:10PM.

Dan Cross voted on all items – required to attain minimum quorum.

Respectfully submitted

Dan Cross, temporary secretary

Monday, 05 November 2018 14:19

September 6, 2018

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING
CITY OF JOHNSON
September 6, 2018

 

PUBLIC HEARING IS CALLED TO ORDER by Dan Cross: 6:00 pm

Present: Shane Bronson, Todd Wood, Katherine Hudson, Dan Cross, Richard Cromwell, and Gregg Gainer. Also present, Clay Wilson-City of Johnson Building Official, James Geurtz-Earth plan Development Alternatives (EDA), Consultants Juliet Richey-Garver Engineering, Sarah Geurtz-EDA, 5 Guests and ESI Engineering representing Bayyari Construction.

Petition 2018-22: Requesting a Large-Scale Development on property located on the north side of Main Drive, approximately 0.5 miles from the intersection of Main Drive and Thompson Street. Requested by Blake Murry of ESI, engineer for owner Bayyari Construction, Inc.

Public comment for Petition 2018-22:

Chairman Cross asked for public comments.

Questions and discussion ensued about privacy fence and trees between residential east property lines and proposed development. Further discussion regarding the removal of trees due to construction of nearby road. Traffic count for Main street was also discussed.                                                                       

PUBLIC HEARING IS CLOSED: 6:15 pm 

 

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING CALLED TO ORDER BY Dan Cross: 6:15 PM

Chairman Cross amended the agenda for the addition of zoning sub-committee update.

Approval of August 15, 2018 Planning Commission Minutes

A motion was made by Todd Wood to approve the minutes. 2nd was made by Katherine Hudson. All approved.

 

New Business:

No new business due to the postponement of petition 2018-21 and petition 2018-22 to September 5, 2018.

Petition 2018-22: Requesting a Property Line Adjustment on property located on the north side of Main Drive, approximately 0.5 miles from the intersection of Main Drive and Thompson Street. Requested by Blake Murry of ESI, engineer for owner Bayyari Construction, Inc.

Discussion: None

A motion to approve Petition 2018-22 was made by Richard Cromwell. A second motion was made by Shane Bronson.

Petition 2018-22: Requesting a Large-Scale Development on property located on the north side of Main Drive, approximately 0.5 miles from the intersection of Main Drive and Thompson Street. Requested by Blake Murry of ESI, engineer for owner Bayyari Construction, Inc.

Discussion: Safety of ingress and egress of development was discussed as well as overall street view of development.

A motion to approve Petition 2018-22 with the condition that monies for street improvements for proposed development be placed paid to the City of Johnson as “Paid in Lue of” to such time The City of Johnson makes street improvements along the corridor of Main Street, and the conditions set forth by The Fire Marshall of the city of Johnson be meet. This motion was made by Katherine Hudson. A second motion was made by Richard Cromwell.

 

Old Business:

Update from Zoning Revision Committee:

Commissioner Gainer requested explanation of proposed bid for the implementation of proposed new zoning from special consultants to the sub-committee.

After discussion, Commissioner Gainer asked for an itemized statement bid from the consultants and a meeting with the Mayor to review the revised bid with the consultants.

MOTION TO ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING:

A motion to adjourn Planning Commission meeting was made by Shane Bronson, 2nd Katherine Hudson . All approved. Adjourned at 7:21 pm.

Monday, 05 November 2018 14:12

August 15, 2018

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

CITY OF JOHNSON

August 15, 2018

 

PUBLIC HEARING IS CALLED TO ORDER by Dan Cross: 6:00 pm

Present: Todd Wood, Katherine Hudson, Dan Cross, Richard Cromwell, and Gregg Gainer. Also present, Clay Wilson City of Johnson Building Official, James Geurtz-Earth plan Development Alternatives (EDA), and 11 Guests.

Petition 2018-22: Requesting a Large-Scale Development on property located on the north side of Main Drive, approximately 0.5 miles from the intersection of Main Drive and Thompson Street. Requested by Blake Murry of ESI, engineer for owner Bayyari Construction, Inc.

Public comment for Petition 2018-22:
Chairman Cross asked for public comments. A guest mentioned the public notice received for the public hearing on Petition 2018-22 had the incorrect date. Chairman Cross asked if any other guest received a notice with an incorrect date. The response from the guests were some had a notice with the wrong date while some had duplicate notices, and some never received notice of public meeting.
Since all neighboring property owners within the designated perimeter of subject property for petition 2018-22 were not properly notified, it was agreed on petition 2018-22 would be resubmitted for September 6, 2018 planning commission meeting.

A request to hear the presentation for petition 2018-22 was made from a public guest due to the distance traveled to be at the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING IS CLOSED: 6:44 pm

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING CALLED TO ORDER BY Dan Cross: 6:44 PM

Chairman Cross amended the agenda for the addition of zoning committee update.

Approval of July 5, 2018 Planning Commission Minutes
A motion was made by Richard Cromwell to approve the minutes. 2nd was made by Katherine Hudson. All approved.

New Business:
No new business due to the postponement of petition 2018-21 and petition 2018-22 to September 5, 2018.

Old Business:

Update from Zoning Revision Committee:
Commissioner Gainer gave an update on the status of zoning document revision:
• A copy of the revised zoning document was given to Northwest Planning Commission to review.
• Meetings with project consultants Sarah Geurtz, EDA and Juliet Richey, Garver Engineering occurred with Mayor Keeney and Northwest Arkansas Planning Commission.
• Currently planning to conduct public Town Hall meetings for early to mid-October for public feedback.
• Current project status plan is to deliver final draft copy to planning commission and hold public meeting on November 1, 2018 Planning Commission meeting.

He also commented on the scope of work regarding the implementation of the proposed zoning document. Recommendation was made to retain legal counsel to assist in the drafting and revision of city code changes as needed, and to advise regarding potential liability issues that may arise in changing city code and due process issues that may arise. It is the recommendation of the zoning committee to hire Harrington Miller law firm since they have assisted the city of Johnson in similar matters.

Chairman Cross asked for a motion to request from City Counsel the retainment of legal counsel for the implementation of proposed zoning document, if passed by the planning commission and approved by the City Counsel.
Commissioner Hudson made such motion. Richard Cromwell made a 2nd motion. All approved.

MOTION TO ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING:

A motion to adjourn Planning Commission meeting was made by Richard Cromwell, 2nd Todd Wood. All approved. Adjourned at 6:59 pm.

 

 

Monday, 22 October 2018 18:12

ORDINANCE 2018-12

ORDINANCE NO. 2018-12


AN ORDINANCE VACATING A COMBINED
DRAINAGE/UTILITY EASEMENT ACROSS LOTS 18 & 19,
OF PHASE 1, CLEAR CREEK SUBDIVISION, (5734 AND
5756 DORNOCH DRIVE) AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

WHEREAS, there exists special circumstances relative to Lots 18 and 19, Phase 1, Clear Creek Subdivision, regarding limitations on construction of improvements as a result of an existing drainage/utility easement.
WHEREAS, all utility providers operating in the area of Lot 18 & 19, Phase 1, have signed off on an Easement Vacation Plat and said Plat has been filed with the City.
WHEREAS, EDA acting as Engineer for the City has approved the vacation of the combined drainage/utility easement and is satisfied that a 100 year storm event will be contained within other existing drainage easements.
WHEREAS, the Johnson Planning Commission approved Petition 2018-23 on July 5, 2018 and recommends passage of this Ordinance to the Council.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, That

Section 1: That the drainage/utility easement across Lots 18 & 19, Phase I, Clear Creek Subdivision to the City of Johnson, AR, as described on Exhibit A hereto, having not been utilized for a period in excess of five (5) years is not required for utility purposes nor corporation (City) purposes at this time or in the foreseeable future and other existing drainage structures are adequate to contain expected flows.

Section 2: That Steve Timmerman and Michelle Timmerman are the owners of Lots I 8 & 19 and the drainage/utility Casement as is described on Exhibit A is hereby vacated in favor of said owners, one-half to each lot.

Section 3: All other easements which constitute a burden on Lots 18 & 19. Phase 1, of Clear Creek Subdivision are confirmed and continue as a burden on said Lots 18 & 19, Phase 1.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 9th day of October, 2018

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Monday, 22 October 2018 16:34

November 1, 2018

 

AGENDA FOR:

JOHNSON PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

NOVEMBER 1, 2018 – 6:00 PM

 

 

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDER

Approval of September 6, 2018 Planning Commission Meeting minutes

Approval of October 4, 2018 Planning Commission Meeting minutes

Old Business:

None

New Business:

PETITION 2018-25: Request for a Property Line Adjustment for property located at 3000/3015 Devotion Circle. Requested by Bates & Associates for Sequoya Homes, LLC, owner.

PETITION 2018-26: Request for a Property Line Adjustment for property located at 4042/4054 Legacy Drive. Requested by Bates & Associates for Tom Williams, owner.

MOTION TO ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

 

Monday, 22 October 2018 13:45

RESOLUTION 2018-17

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-17

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CERTAIN CITY
OFFICIALS TO EXECUTE CHECKS AND DRAFTS ON
SPECIFIED ACCOUNTS 0F THE CITY OF JOHNSON AND
THE JOHNSON POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

WHEREAS, there are numerous accounts holding funds of the City of Johnson, Arkansas;
WHEREAS, there is more than one account holding funds of the Police Department of the City of Johnson, Arkansas;
WHEREAS, the financial institutions which maintain these accounts require clear direction as to authorized signatures for transactions on these accounts; and.
WHEREAS, State or Federal regulations prescribe which officials may be authorized to transact business on some of these accounts.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, that:

SECTlON 1: With respect to the account of the police Department of the city of Johnson. Arkansas, which is designated as the Drug Fund account, any two of the following three named officials may and hereby are authorized to execute checks and drafts in the name of the Police Department of the City of Johnson, Arkansas, Lo-wit:

Mayor - Chris Keeney
Police Chief - Wayne Woods
Recorder/Treasurer - Jennifer Allen

SECTlON 2: That with respect to the accounts of the police Department of the city or Johnson, Arkansas, which are designated as the Washing(on County District Court, Johnson Department Court Fund and the Court Automation Fund, any two of the following four named officials may and hereby are authorized to execute checks and drafts in the name or the Johnson Police Department, to-wit:

Police Chief -Wayne Woods
Clerk- Rachel Guenther
Mayor -Chris Keeney
Recorder-Treasurer -Jennifer Allen

SECTlON 3: With respect to the accounts of the city of Johnson. Arkansas, which are designated as the General Fund, the Street Fund, Act 1256 City Administration of Justice Fund and the Police Retirement Fund (LOPFI), any two of the following three named officials may and hereby are authorized to execute checks and drafts in the name of the City of Johnson, Arkansas, to-wit:

Mayor- Chris Keeney
Recorder/Treasurer -Jennifer Allen
Council Member - Bob Fant

SECTlON 4: With respect to the account of the City of Johnson, Arkansas, which is designated as Act 988 funds, any two of the following three named officials may and hereby are authorized to execute checks and drafts in the name of the City of Johnson, Arkansas, to-wit:


Mayor - Chris Keeney
Chief - Wayne Woods
Recorder/Treasurer -Jennifer Allen

SECTION 5: These authorizations are effective November I. 2018, and shall continue in full force and effect until a new Resolution is passed by the City Council of Johnson. Arkansas; all persons listed above are so authorized as a result of their representative capacity with the Cjty of Johnson. Arkansas, and their authority shall cease and terminate in the event that their representative capacity (as indicated) shall end, lapse or  terminate for any reason. This Resolution revokes and replaces Resolution 2014-11 passed on or about December 9, 2014, and any other prior resolutions. The disqualification of one or more or such Representatives shall not affect the authority hereby otherwise granted.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 9th day of October, 2018


ATTEST:

 

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CERTAIN CITY

OFFICIALS TO EXECUTE CHECKS AND DRAFTS ON

SPECIFIED ACCOUNTS 0F THE CITY OF JOHNSON AND

THE JOHNSON POLICE DEPARTMENT

WHEREAS, there are numerous accounts holding funds of the City of Johnson, Arkansas;

WHEREAS, there is more than one account holding funds of the Police Department of the

City of Johnson, Arkansas;

WHEREAS, the financial institutions which maintain these accounts require clear direction

as to authorized signatures for transactions on these accounts; and.

WHEREAS, State or Federal regulations prescribe which officials may be authorized to

transact business on some of these accounts.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF

JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, that:

SECTlON 1 : With respect to the account of the police Department of the city of Johnson.

Arkansas, which is designated as the Drug Fund account, any two of the following three named

officials may and hereby are authorized to execute checks and drafts in the name of the Police

Department of the City of Johnson, Arkansas, Lo-wit:

            Mayor - Chris Keeney

            Police Chief - Wayne Woods

            Recorder/Treasurer - Jennifer Allen

SECTlON 2: That with respect to the accounts of the police Department of the city or

Johnson, Arkansas, which are designated as the Washing(on County District Court, Johnson

Department Court Fund and the Court Automation Fund, any two of the following four named

 

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