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By Dakota McDonald /Post Dispatch—
On March 10, Mayor Pro Tem Melba Cimental called to order the March city council meeting.
The first item of business to discuss was the execution of the inter local agreement with South
Plains Association of Governments to provide administration services for the Texas Department of
Agriculture Downtown Revitalization Program Grant. The council heard from an explanation and
accepted the item.
Next, the council discussed to adopt signatory resolution, authorizing the listed positions to sign
documentation pertaining to the Texas community development grant. The council heard an explanation
and accepted the resolution.
The council then moved on to discuss appointment of Labor Standards Officer for Texas Department
of Agriculture Community Development Block Grant. The council accepted the appointment.
The board next discussed the designation of a civil rights officer. Deana Smith was elected and approved
as the Civil Rights Officer for the Texas Department of Agriculture CDBG Grant.
The final item regarding the grant was to hear from Allen Phillips regarding the service agreement
with engineering, architectural and surveyor services. Phillips informed the council that the agreement
would allow for additional lights to be installed on main street. He also informed the council that the
project should be completed with in a year.
The next items of business were the approval of various tax deeds in Post. The council approved
all but one.
The council proceeded to take no action on the tax deed and bid for lot one, two and three of block
one to the Bingham Addition.
The final actionable item to discuss was the cancellation of the May 2 election. The council approved
and moved on into reports.
Hearing no reports, the council adjourned the March 10 meeting.