City to receive financial report
The annual comprehensive financial report for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2021 will be presented to the Livingston City Council during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The report will be presented by Steve Palmerton and Kevin Bienvenu of Harper and Pearson Company.
City Secretary Ellie Monteaux is expected to certify the unopposed candidates for the May 7 general election. Mayor Judy B. Cochran and Aldermen Alan Cook and Marion A. “Bid” Smith are up for reelection. Council is expected to consider action on a proposed ordinance declaring the May 7 City of Livingston General Election cancelled and the unopposed candidates elected.
Council will discuss and consider possible action on a proposed ordinance amending Chapter 40 – Utilities, Article II – Electric Service of the Coder of Ordinances of the City of Livingston by repealing Ordinances A-813 and A-832 and Sec. 40-23 Distributed Renewable Electric Generation for Residential Properties – 15 kW or Less; and amending Chapter 40 – Utilities, Article II – Electric Service, by adding Section 40-23 – Distributed Renewable Electric Generation for Residential and Small Commercial Customers, Providing for the Allowance and Regulation of Distributed Electric Generation Facilities for Residential and Small Commercial Customers.
Also to be discussed and considered for possible action is Centerpoint Energy – Acknowledgment of Filing and Review of 2022 Annual Gas Reliability Infrastructure Program (GRIP) Interim Rate Adjustment to be effective May 2, 2022.
An executive session is on the agenda in the event Council needs to consult with the city attorney. Any action, however, will be taken upon return to open session.
City Manager Bill S. Wiggins will provide an update on projects and events.
Other items on the agenda include approval of the minutes of the Feb. 8 meeting and the accounts over $500.
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