In preparation for the May 6 general election, the Onalaska City Council will review and consider action on an interlocal agreement with the Onalaska Independent School District for the purpose of conducting a joint election in compliance with the requirements of the Texas Election Code during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
In related activity, Council will also review and consider action on an interlocal agreement with Polk County to acquire the use of certain items of equipment and services of the county in conjunction with the May 6 general election.
Council will review and consider possible action on awarding both an administrative services contract and an engineering services contract for the preparation of the city’s 2023-2024 Texas Community Development Block Grant application and subsequent contracts if funded.
Council is expected to authorize the police chief to enter into a non-terminal agreement with the Polk County District Attorney’s Office.
The 2022 racial profiling report will be presented and considered for approval.
In personnel matters, Council is expected to approve the release of Officer Mark Nichols.
Departmental reports will be presented on behalf of the police department, fire department, fire marshal/building inspector and library.
Other items on the agenda include approval of the minutes, vouchers and financial reports.