The City will begin its brush chipping program in March. The pick up dates, areas and rules for the brush chipping program are as follows:
DATES & AREAS
March 6, 2017 - March 10, 2017
Northwest section of the city.
West of Key Avenue and north of First Street.
The Kempner City Council meets at 7pm this evening in their City Hall with discussions that include the upcoming Kempner Volunteer Fire Department’s annual fund raiser BBQ and auction. They will also discuss the placing of “Stop” and “Children Playing” signs on Cherokee Trail and a recognition of the past National Night Out event. They will review the Police Dept. Manual.
Lampasas County Commissioners will meet this morning at 9am to discuss a temporary
position for the JP Precinct 1 office, a Maintenance Tech position for the Human Resources Dept., a resolution for a grant approval for some portable radios through the Governor’s
Criminal Justice office and to receive a proposal from Singleton, Clark and Company to do the FY 2017 audit.
The Chamber board and interested members will gather at noon today for a luncheon at 11:45am at Tyson’s Corners Retreat & Wellness Center on CR 1045 today. Tyson’s will be serving a casserole from Ruby’s Coffee House. There will be a $15 charge at the door for members and $20 for non members. Those who got their tickets early got tickets for $5 less.
As a result of a recent competitive bidding process Lampasas City Manager Finley De-Graffenried told the City Council Monday night that a different company scored much higher. He said that Waste Connections, a company headquartered in Canada but doing business all over America, had scored higher than other bidders, including the current provider.