Brownwood News – The Brownwood City Council will meet at 9:00 am Tuesday, March 24, at City Hall, 501 Center Avenue.
To allow for remote participation, people may call in and listen to the meeting live. Callers may also provide a citizen’s presentation and address the council via phone. Instructions will be given during the meeting about how to address the Council by phone.
Phone Participation Instructions
Dial: 1 (312) 757-3121
Access Code: 262-137-981
Join from your computer, tablet or smartphone:
The City Council may deliberate and/or act on the following items:
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Items to be withdrawn
5. Introductions, Announcements, and Recognitions
6. Citizen Presentations
Any citizen who desires to address the City Council on a matter not included on the agenda may do so at this time. The City Council may not deliberate on items presented under this agenda item. To comply with the provisions of the Open Meetings Act, the Council respectfully requests that prior to addressing Council that each person submit a citizen presentation form that is located at the entryway to the Council Chambers, stating your name, address, and topic of presentation. All presentations are subject to a five (5) minute time limit.
7. Approval of Minutes
A. Regular Called Meeting – March 10, 2020
8. Claims and Accounts
9. Ordinances and Resolutions
A. Consider an emergency ordinance on first/final reading to extend the disaster declaration regarding the COVID-19 virus.
10. Requests and Presentations
A. Consider seeking bids for an addition at Fire Station #2.
B. Consider, discuss, and/or take action on appointing two members to the Corinne T.Smith Animal Shelter Board of Directors.
11. Consent Agenda
A. Consider an ordinance on second and third/final reading lowering the speed limit to 30 mph on Milam Drive between Albert Sidney Johnson Drive (FM 2376) and Indian Creek Drive.
B. Consider ratification of the Brownwood Municipal Development District Board to approve a Building Improvement Incentive Program (BHP) grant to Steven McCrane not to exceed $3,778 for property located at 104 S. Broadway.
C. Authorize the City Manager to sign an agreement and any subsequent addendums, amendments and acceptance of additional funds during the term of the existing grant contract on behalf of Brownwood Brown County Health Department with Texas Department of State Health Services to continue providing Public Health Emergency Preparedness services to our community.
D. Authorize the City Manager to sign an agreement and any subsequent addendums, amendments and acceptance of additional funds during the term of the existing grant contract on behalf of Brownwood Brown County Health Department with Texas Department of State Health Services to continue providing Immunization services to our community.
A. Parks and Recreation, Water, Wastewater, WWTP
B. Budgetary Control Report
C. Event Center Schematic Design
D. COVID-19 Update