Brownwood City Council members will take up matters Tuesday related to a proposed development that will include a Walgreen’s.

Brownwood City Council members will consider a resolution Tuesday that authorizes the city to pay the $107,943 cost for the Texas Department of Transportation to install a traffic signal at the intersection of Main Street and the McCulley Street extension. This will be the entrance to the new development, according to the agenda packet for Tuesday’s meeting.

TxDOT representatives will make a presentation of the proposed intersection at the Tuesday meeting.

Also Tuesday, council members will consider awarding a bid for the exchange of city-owned property that will provide right-of-way for the McCulley Street extension. It will provide a parallel route to West Commerce between Romines and North Main.

The council will consider approving an exchange between the city property, at 501 E. Commerce, and Sandy Neal Enterprises, 416 N. Main. The business will pay the city $60,000 for the difference in value between the two properties.

A Fort Worth firm has plans for a development that is expected to bring a Walgreen’s store and an Arby’s restaurant to Brownwood, Interim City Manager and Director of Economic Development James Campbell said earlier.

The council meets at 9 a.m. at City Hall.

The entire agenda follows:

1. Call to order

2. Invocation

3. Items to be withdrawn

4. Introduction, announcements and recognitions

5. Citizen presentations — To comply with provisions of the Open Meetings Act, the City Council may not deliberate on items presented under this agenda item. The citizen may request, or the council direct, the subject matter be formally placed on the next regular council agenda. All presentations may be subject to time limitations.

6. Approval of minutes

A. Regular meeting of June 26, 2007.

7. Claims and accounts.

8. Consent agenda

A. Consider an ordinance on second and third readings establishing stop signs on Green Street at its intersection with East Chandler Street.

9. Ordinances and resolutions

A. Consider an ordinance on second and third reading establishing a stop sign and the intersection of Main Boulevard and Market Place Boulevard.

B. Consider an ordinance on first reading amending ordinance 06-31, utility rate ordinance to increase landfill disposal charges from $30 to $34 per ton and landfill disposal with hauling charges from $40 to $44 a ton.

C. Consider an ordinance on first reading establishing right lane must turn right sign on Coggin Avenue, requiring northeast bound motorist traveling in the right lane between 21st Street and shaw Drive to turn right.

D. Consider an ordinance on first reading to change the name of Technology Drive to George M. Shelton Drive.

E. Consider an ordinance on first reading adopting the International Codes, Edition 2006 (building, residential, plumbing, mechanical, fire, energy, conservation, property maintenance, building and fuel gas).

F. Consider a resolution authorizing the city manager to transfer unencumbered budget balances between accounts, not to exceed $5,000.

10. Ordinances and resolutions

A. consider an ordinance on first reading establishing “stop” signs on Greenleaf Street at its intersection with East Chandler Street.

B. Consider an ordinance on first reading establishing a “stop” sign at the intersection of Main Boulevard and Market Place Boulevard.

C. Upon recommendation from the Council Committee:

1. Consider setting the contract rates for landfill disposal charges.

2. Authorize the mayor’s signature on new landfill disposal contracts negotiated by city staff using the new rates.

D. Consider a resolution requesting federal non-primary entitlement funds from TxDOT for improvements to the Brownwood Regional Airport, designating an authorized representative who shall have the authority to make approvals and disapprovals of the project work, and authorizing the mayor to execute all documents pertaining thereto.

F. Consider a resolution granting an extension to the system construction requirements in the cable television franchise agreement with Harris Broadband Inc.

10. Contracts and agreements

A. Consider mayor’s signature on a first responder agreement.

B. Consider a resolution authorizing the mayor’s signature on an advance funding agreement for voluntary local government contributions to transportation improvement projects between the city and TxDOT, relative to placement of a traffic signal on Main Street.

A. Request authorization to purchase a slope mower for the landfill department through the General Services Administration.

B. Request approval of Charles “Butch” Dempsey as a reserve police officer for the Brownwood Police Department.

11. Appointments

A. Mayoral appointment of a council representative to the board of trustees of the Center for Life Resources Center.

B. Mayoral appointment of a council representative to the Landscape Committee.

12. Bids

A. Consider awarding bid for property exchange — city owned property located at 501 Commerce Ave.

B. Consider authorizing staff to advertise for bids to sell city owned property located at 3105 Fourth St.

13. Reports

A. City manager selection process.

B. Protocol of activation of emergency system — James Cook, EM director.

C. Recent weather activity — James Cook, EM director.

D. General reports.

14. Adjournment