>> Mayor Leffingwell: A
necessary quorum of the
austin city council is here,
so I'll call this meeting to
order.

It's monday, november 19th.

Time is 1:05 p.m.

We're meeting in the council
chambers, 301 west second
street, austin, texas.

Under state law under two
councilmember are necessary
for a quorum to canvas an
election.

We will now take up item
number 1 to approve a
resolution canvassing the
results of a november 6,
2012 election.

The returns of that election
show that there were 193,901
votes yes, 59,677 no for
prop 1.

188, 883 Yes.

6908 No.

Proposition 2, 146696 yes.

And 96999 know, proposition
three, 121721 yes.

2126 Votes yes for
proposition four 175374 yes.

185386 No.

Prop six 5, 117811 yes.

128026 No.

Proposition 6, 1 app 131,
661 yes.

Proposition 7, 72771 yes.

167079 No.

For prop 8.

157308 Yes and 84919 no.

Proposition 9, 136830 votes
yes.

99879 No.

Proposition 10, 158643 and
68544 against.

Prop 11, 131577 for and
107023 against.

Proposition 12, 133204 for:
Proposition 13, 142553 for
and 98 against.

Prop 14, 1779 for and 121470
against.

Proposition 15, 131066 for
and 106078 against.

Proposition 16, 143808 for
and 96580 against.

Proposition 17, 147554 for.

And 96291 against.

Proposition 18.

Before we take a motion, is
there anyone in the chamber
who would like to be heard
on this item?

Seeing none, is there a
motion to approve item
number 1, hazard the
resolution canvassing the
returns for the november 6,
2012 election?

>> So move.

>> Mayor Leffingwell:
Councilmember morrison so
moves, councilmember spelman
seconds.

All in favor say aye.

It passes on a vote of three
to zero.

No other business before us
today.

Without objection we're
adjourned at 1:07 p.m.