When Lampasas County Commissioners met in the courthouse this morning, they handled some pretty routine business. On the agenda was a request for bids on aggregate road materials and for gas and diesel to be delivered. There were to be reports from the Treasurer on Investment Policy and an employee matter on a donation of personal time from county employees to other county employees. A subdivision clarification was to be requested by a landowner, and the Central Texas Council of Governments is wanting to address some more Private Roads. We'll have the complete report in our Tuesday news.
Lampasas City Council will meet this afternoon at 5:30pm and go into executive session to discuss litigation with the Kempner Water Supply Corp. and an un-named economic development deal with a prospective business.
In a workshop that follows the group will discuss the City's Capital Improvement Program for FY 2017 thru 2021.
In regular session there is a property rezoning public hearing that would create commercial zoning on an acre of land at Mills and Brown street that is currently listed as agricultural.
Other matters include reports and discussion and possible action on architectural plans for the Old City Hall building and a resolution approving a change in ATMOS (natural gas) rates for customers in Lampasas. Among the routine items are the purchase of two Ford pickups with utility beds, a new John Deere commercial Ztrak mower, a new Kustom in-car camera/recording system and a change in internet service.