Brownwood City Council members will consider approving an agreement Tuesday with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to produce an updated digital floodplain map for the city.
The city does not incur any expense with the agreement, according to an agenda item briefing sheet.
The re-mapping will take 24 to 30 months to complete.
The council meets at 9 a.m. at City Hall.
The entire agenda follows:
1. Call to order
3. Items to be withdrawn
4. Introduction, announcements and recognitions
A. Presentation of proclamation declaring the week of May 20-26, 2007 as National Public Works Week.
5. Approval of minutes
A. Minutes of regular meeting of April 24, 2007.
6. Claims and accounts.
7. Ordinances and resolutions
A. Council may consider declaring certain vehicles as surplus property and authorizing their disposition.
8. Requests and presentations
A. Council may consider authorizing the mayor’s signature on a memorandum of agreement by and between the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the City of Brownwood.
B. Council may consider authorizing the purchase of a digital video recording system to replace a failed system at City Hall.
C. Presentation of the investment report for quarter ending March 31, 2007.
A. Council may consider authorizing the Utility Department to seek competitive bids for the purchase of a compact/economy pickup.
B. Council may consider authorizing the Utility Department to seek competitive bids for the purchase of a compact/economy pickup.
11. 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.