Council to eye Seton-EMS takeover agreement


The Lockhart City Council will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, April 19, 2011, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Items scheduled for discussion during this meeting include:

– Presentation by Norman Alston Architects, discussion and/or action regarding an update on the planned restoration and rehabilitation of the Dr. Eugene Clark Library, connector, and the Clark Annex (Masonic Buil


– Presentation by Seton representatives, discussion and/or action regarding proposed contract to merge the City of Lockhart Emergency Medical Services with Seton;

– Presentation and discussion and/or action regarding the 2010 Racial Profiling Report for the Lockhart Police Department;

– Discussion and/or action to consider approval of Resolution 2011-06 establishing traditional redistricting criteria and possible adoption of criteria to be utilized by the City of Lockhart for the 2011 redistricting process;

– Discussion and/or action to consider approval of Resolution 2011-07 adopting redistricting guidelines which control the process and schedule for the 2011 redistricting;

– Discussion and/or action to consider approval of Ordinance 2011-04 amending Chapter 31, “Impact Fees” of the Lockhart Code of Ordinances, revising Section 31-19 “Exceptions” to extend or modify a temporary reduction in the rate charged for road impact fees;

– Discussion and/or action regarding the Mayor and Council per diem rate for out of town City business incurred expenses;

– Discussion and/or action to sell Lot 4B, Block I, Lockhart Industrial Park II, Revision # 2, to Plum Creek Conservation District at an appraised value of $75,000 conditional upon approval of a Specific Use Permit for a Public Institutional use in the industrial park; and

– Discussion and/or action regarding approval of an Advance Funding Agreement between the State of Texas, acting by and through the Texas Department of Transportation, and the City of Lockhart, Texas, for Voluntary Local Government Contributions to a Transportation Improvement Project in particular the construction of a left turn lane and shoulders on US 183, 0.9 miles south of FM 20 East for the Chisholm Trail Development (Wal-Mart)

Items on this tentative agenda are subject to change prior to the posting of the final agenda, 72 hours before the scheduled meeting. The Lockhart City Council routinely meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Glosserman Conference Room in the basement level of Lockhart City Hall, 308 W. San Antonio St., in Lockhart. Work sessions, in which the council discusses items on the agenda but takes no official action, begin at 6:30 p.m., immediately prior to the meetings. Both work sessions and regular meetings are open to the public and televised on Time Warner Digital Cable Channel 10.

(Courtesy of Connie Rodriguez)


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