City Council Regular Meeting Thursday – Swearing-In of Council Members and Citizens Survey

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The Kennedale City Council will hold its regular meeting Thursday,?May 9, 2013 at City Hall Council Chambers at?5:30 p.m. ?
Items include swearing in of board members, selection of mayor pro-tem, 2013 citizen survey results, possible rate increase in pavilion rental fees, amending rate schedules for water and sewer along with several other items. {{more}}
Regular Items: ?
  • Presentation of 2013 Citizen Survey?Results
  • Connduct drawing for 2013 Citizen Survey winners
  • Presentation of 2013?Governance/Board Survey report
  • Presentation of the 2013 Brownfields report.
  • Updates and information from the Mayor -?Proclamation for National Kids to Parks Day
  • Updates and information from the City Manager -?Park Committee Appointments and?May 21, 2013 Budget Workshop.
Regular Items Continue:
  • Oath of Office for Charles Overstreet, City Council Place 1, 2013-2015 term.
  • Oath of Office for Brian Johnson, City Council Place 3, 2013-2015 term.
  • Oath of Office for Frank Fernandez, City Council Place 5, 2013-2015 term.
  • Selection of a Mayor Pro-Tem.
  • Consider a recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board regarding an increase in pavilion rental rates.
  • Consider approval of an Ordinance approving and adopting rate schedule RRM, Rate Review Mechanism, for Atmos Energy Corporation.
  • Consider authorizing a letter of support for the submittal of an application for grant funding through section 319 of the US Environmental Protection Agency?s Clean Water Act regarding nonpoint source pollution.
  • Discuss and consider approval of an Ordinance amending water and sewer service rate schedules.
Executive Session: ?
  • The City Council will meet in closed session pursuant to Section 551.071 of the Texas Government Code for consultation with the City Attorney pertaining to any matter in which the duty of the City Attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct may conflict with the Open Meetings Act, including discussion of any item posted on the agenda and legal issues regarding the reparation of developer’s agreements.

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