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The Goodrich City Council met in the community center last week to discuss the annual Easter egg hunt and a few purchases in their regular meeting for February.

The annual Goodrich Easter Egg Hunt has been set for March 30, 2-5 p.m. at the Goodrich ISD track facility. Refreshments including hot dogs, chips and drinks will be served.

Signs will be ordered for the community center, prohibiting smoking and alcohol.

Properties needing clean-up have been identified and letters will be sent starting this week.

In executive session, council members agreed to put the city hall and community center mowings out for bid. The bid will include mowing and weed eating of both city hall and the community center, blowing grass off the parking areas, and ant control (spreading ant poison).

During public forum, city council members discussed adjustments to sewer usage portion of customers’ bills. Alderman Bobby Wright also proposed purchasing a speaker with bluetooth compatibility to be used during city events. Council members were in favor of the purchase.

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