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City council to consider suggested rules of procedure at Tuesday’s meeting

By Liz Moomey
liz.moomey@salisburypost.com

SALISBURY — The Salisbury City Council will consider approving the suggested rules of procedures decided amongst the council members at the Oct. 3 special session at Tuesday’s meeting.

City attorney Graham Corriher will present the amendment that addresses agenda items and its order. Council members spend several hours discussing the suggested rules of procedures and what should be added, rewritten or deleted. Corriher will be presenting the final edits.

The council will receive a financial report for the first quarter and also several budget ordinance amendments from the sale of a real property, the police department and FEMA grant for fiscal year 2018-19.

They will also consider reimbursing expenditures from acquiring the property and construction for the two fire stations.

Council members will receive an application for a pool hall permit on 612 S. Main Street and set a public hearing for Nov. 6.

They will also approve a purchase from De Nora Water Technologies Texas, LLC. for $75,000 from the Water-Sewer Fund.

They will also consider appointments for serval boards and commissions.

The Salisbury City Council meeting is at 5 p.m. on Oct. 16 at 217 South Main Street.

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