The annual comprehensive financial report for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2022 will be presented by Steve Palmerton and Kevin Bienvenu of Harper and Pearson Company P.C. during the regular meeting of the Livingston City Council at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Council is slated to discuss and consider possible action on a notice of termination of contract from Republic Services for the collection and disposal of solid waste and authorization to advertise for proposals for the collection and disposal of solid waste.
Council is expected to consider action on the appointment of an election judge for the May 6 general election.
The CenterPoint Energy acknowledgment of filing and review of 2023 Annual Gas Reliability Infrastructure Program interim rate adjustment to be effective May 1, 2023 will be reviewed and discussed.
Council will discuss 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 Program application and subsequent contracts if funded.
Council will call a show cause hearing regarding property located at 106 N. East Ave. owned by Joseph McCandless and Manda Kay McCandless. Additionally, Council will call a public hearing on the determination of unsafe and/or dilapidated buildings at the same address and set it for April 11.
An executive session is on the agenda at which time Council will consult with the city attorney. Any action, however, will be taken upon return to open session.
City Manager Bill S. Wiggins will present his monthly update on projects and events.
Other items on the agenda include approval of the minutes of the Feb. 14 regular meeting and payment of accounts over $500.