The Livingston City Council will hold public hearings on the determination of unsafe and or dilapidated properties and cleanup of properties during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The two properties in question are 1008 Dunbar Ave., owned by Dunbar Livingston 1008 LLC, and a manufactured home located at 1931 S. Washington No. 51, owned by Jeff McCullar, Amy McCullar and Carlos Barron.
Following conclusion of the public hearings, Council will discuss and consider action on final orders regarding the properties.
Council will discuss and consider possible action on the appointment of a board member to the Lower Trinity Groundwater Conservation District for the term of Jan. 1, 2024 through Dec. 31, 2026.
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 Sept. 12 meeting and the accounts over $500.