Brownwood News – The Brownwood City Council will meet at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, January 8, 2019, in the Council Chambers at Brownwood City Hall, located at 501 Center Avenue in Brownwood.
The City Council may deliberate and/or act on the following items:
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Items to be withdrawn
5. Introductions, Announcements, and Recognitions
6. Citizen Presentations
Any citizen who desires to address the City Council on a matter not included on the agenda may do so at this time. The City Council may not deliberate on items presented under this agenda item. To comply with the provisions of the Open Meetings Act, the Council respectfully requests that prior to addressing Council that each person submit a citizen presentation form that is located at the entryway to the Council Chambers, stating your name, address, and topic of presentation. All presentations are subject to a five (5) minute time limit
7. Approval of Minutes
A. Regular Called Meeting – December 11, 2018
B. Joint Allies Meeting – December 18, 2018
8. Claims and Accounts
9. Public Hearing
A. Conduct a Public Hearing and consider an Ordinance on first reading to change the zoning classification of 3620 Milam Drive, being Lot 29 and ó of Lot 30, Block 1, of the Turtle Rock Addition, from C-2 General Business District, to MH Manufactured Home/Mobile Home District.
10. Requests and Presentations
A. Mark Fenlaw of Rudd & Wisdom may present the actuarial report for the Brownwood Firemen’s Relief and Retirement Fund for year ended 12/31/17 .
B. Chief Wood will present the fire apparatus deployment policy and statistics.
C. Consider the purchase of a Bomag Compactor for $670,952 on a four year capital lease with a guaranteed buyback of$100,000 at the end of the lease term.
11. Ordinances and Resolutions
A. Consider an Ordinance on first reading regarding a change to the political sign requirements.
B. Consider a Resolution regarding the annual review of the City’s investment policy.
Council Agenda – January 8, 2019
A. Year End Department Reports – Police, Municipal Court, Fire, Development
B. Election Packet available online and in the City Secretary’s office.
C. State of the City Address -January 18, 2019.
D. City closed on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – January 21, 2019.