City approves appointment of election judges for Nov. 6 Special ElectionRhea Gonzales October 17, 2018 0 COMMENTS
BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS
Muleshoe News Correspondent
The regular meeting of the Muleshoe City Council was held Monday, Oct. 8, at City Hall. Unofficial minutes follow.
Present were Mayor Clint Black; Mayor Pro-Tem Colt Ellis; and council members Earl Behrends and Lupe Mendoza. Council member Gary Parker was absent.
Others present were Gil Rennels, Channel 6; Public Works Director Ramon Sanchez; Economic Development Director Kasey Coker; Officer Marcos Soto; City Manager LeAnn Gallman and City Secretary Zanea Carpenter.
Black moved and Ellis seconded a motion to approve the minutes of the Sept. 10 council meeting. Motion carried.
Ellis moved and Mendoza seconded a motion to approve Resolution R-742-1018 amending the bank signatories. Motion carried.
Ellis moved and Black seconded a motion to approve the appointment of election judges for the Nov. 6, 2018, Special Election. Motion carried.
Black moved and Behrends seconded a motion to approve up to $1,000 from Hotel/Motel tax funds for advertising and promotion of the 2018 Merry Market. Motion carried.
Behrends moved and Black seconded a motion to approve the Sept. 30, 2018, Investment Summary and financials. Motion carried.
Administrative reports included:
Texas Municipal League Conference is in Fort Worth this week.
Public Works Department and Police Department participated in the Career Fair hosted by Texas Workforce Commission on Sept. 13 at the Bailey County Coliseum.
Work continues with the ground water storage tank project.
Mayor and council remarks included:
A thank-you note was received from a traveler who stopped in Muleshoe and stayed at the Ray and Donna West RV Park.
The City Council will honor our local veterans at the next council meeting on Nov. 12.