The Onalaska City Council will review and consider approval of a number of resolutions and ordinances during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
The resolutions to be considered include: a resolution to apply for a 2022 TxCDBG-FAST grant through the Texas Department of Agriculture; an interlocal agreement with the SPCA; an addendum to the agreement with Local Government Solutions for municipal court software obtaining required licensing; the establishment of homestead property, over 65 and/or disabled exemption rates within the city; an agreement with Innovative Solutions to contract for IT services; and an amendment to the city’s personnel policy.
The ordinances to be considered include: 423, which would establish maximum speeds for motor vehicles on Hodge Bottom Road as designated; 424, which would require all manufactured homes be installed on concrete runners at a minimum with specifications and permit requirements; 425, which would prohibit shipping/storage containers as residential dwellings; and 426, which would amend the fee schedule.
Reports will be presented on behalf of the police department, fire department, fire marshal/building inspector, library and city office.
Other items on the agenda include approval of the minutes, payment of vouchers and financial reports.