The Livingston City Council will consider possible action on an expenditure for the replacement of a fuel tank at the Livingston Municipal Airport with the amount not to exceed $250,000 during its meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Council will discuss and consider action on the appointment of an alternate judge for the May 6 general election and will also consider action on the Ameresco Inc. payment application No. 1 in the amount of $508,742.
In activity related to the 2023-2024 Texas Community Development Block Grant Program, Council will discuss and consider action on two proposed resolutions – one authorizing the submission of an application, to include civil rights policies, for the community development fund competition and other authorizing signatories for the 2023-2024 application and future grants administered through the Texas Department of Agriculture’s TDA Go Grants Online.
Council is slated to hold a show cause hearing and a public hearing on the determination of unsafe and/or dilapidated building and cleanup of property regarding property at 106 N. East Ave. owned by Joseph McCandless and Manda Kay McCandless. The property is a residential structure and outbuildings owned by the McCandlesses and described as: 1.262 acre of land in the M.L. Choate Survey, A-15, Polk County, Texas, called to be Lot 2 of Block 3 of the Meece Addition to the City of Livingston, and described in deed dated Nov. 14, 2019 from Annis Lee Crowley to Joseph McCandless and wife, Manda Kay McCandless, recorded in Volume 2234, Page 193 of the Official Public Records of Polk County, Texas. Following the hearings, Council will discuss and consider action on the final order regarding the property.
An executive session is on the agenda for Council to 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 accounts over $500 and minutes of the March 14 meeting.