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Public hearing on city agenda to determine if property is unsafe

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City of Livingston logoThe Livingston City Council will hold a public hearing on the determination of an unsafe and/or dilapidated building and cleanup of the property during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Following the public hearing Council will discuss and consider action on the final order for the property.

The property in question is a residential structure located at 1008 Dunbar Ave. owned by Dunbar Livingston 1008, LLC, the property being described as: Lot 6 of Block 1 of the Viola Jones Addition, a subdivision in the City of Livingston, in Polk County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Volume 1, Page 98 of the Plat Records of Polk County, Texas, also known as 1008 Dunbar Ave., Livingston, Texas.

Council is slated to discuss and consider action on the City of Livingston’s personnel policy update which was tabled from the Oct. 11 meeting for additional review. A preliminary plat review for the 190 Apartments Subdivision will also be considered for approval.

Holiday compensation for 2022 will be considered for approval as will the setting of the 2023 calendar year holiday observances.

Several items are on the agenda regarding the Texas General Land Office community block grant disaster recovery program. Council is slated to consider a proposed resolution authorizing the submission of the application and authorizing the mayor to act as the city’s executive officer and authorized representative in all matters pertaining to the city’s participation. Council will also consider a proposed resolution adopting the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development financial management and procurement guidelines; consider approval to begin procurement of engineering and administration services for the grant; and appoint a rating review committee to rate the proposals received.

An executive session is on the agenda at which time Council is expected to consult with the city attorney and review the salary schedule for the fiscal year Oct. 1, 2022 through Sept. 30, 2023. However, any action will be taken upon return to open session.

Livingston Police Chief Matt Parrish and Lieutenant Marty Drake will present an update to Council regarding the use of Flock Group Inc. automated license plate recognition cameras.

Other items on the agenda include the city manager’s monthly report, accounts over $500 and minutes of the Oct. 11 meeting.

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