City to review budget
The preliminary budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1 will be presented to the Livingston City Council for review during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Council is slated to call a public hearing on the budget to be set for Sept. 13.
Council is slated to discuss and consider action on proposed ordinances amending Article II of Chapter 40, regarding electric service, and Article I of Chapter 34, regarding solid waste, of the Code of Ordinances.
The annual review and amendment of the City of Livingston investment policy will be conducted.
A proposed resolution accepting a deed from Sam Rayburn Municipal Power Agency conveying two electrical substations is also on the agenda.
An executive session is also on the agenda at which time Council is expected to consult with the city attorney and deliberate the employment or appointment of an employee. However, any action will be taken upon return to open session.
Council is slated to recognize Livingston Main Street as a 2022 Accredited Program by Main Street America and Texas Main Street.
Other items on the agenda include the city manager’s monthly report, accounts over $500 and minutes of the July 12 meeting.
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