City Council Meets Tonight

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City Council Meets Tonight

Published on May 06, 2014 by Larry Crippen

The Huntsville City Council meets this evening at six for a regular session.

Previous to the regular session there will be workshops at 4 PM where the council will discuss long-term financial planning recommendations for City funds and the proposed Rules of Procedure.

There are a number of presentations and proclamations on tonight’s agenda.

Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes approval of the Retention Incentive Payment, suspending of rates proposed by the CenterPoint filing made on March 31st, adoption of an ordinance to amend the Fiscal Year 2013-14 anual budget and CIP budgets, authorization of making an application to the Department of Justice Bulletproof Vest Program for $15,400, authorization of a copy machine lease contract, and authorization of an interlocal agreement with the County for the operation of the new County jail facilities.

Tonight’s “Statutory Agenda” features a discussion on the proposed Texas Grand Ranch Subdivision and associated variances.

The council will consider other matters of interest tonight, including a request from Habitat for Humanity for a waiver of all permit and development-related fees for the construction of a new home on 7th Street, and a “first reading” of the proposed City Council Rules of Procedure.

City Manager Matt Benoit may also file updates on various City projects.

The council will also meet in closed Executive Session to discuss projects and legal matters.

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