ShenandoahPolice Department presented badges to Sergeant Detective Joel Gordon and Sergeant Courtney Pullen following recent promotions.
Appointment of Mayor Pro Tem- Council voted to appoint Charlie Bradt as Mayor Pro Tem. He will chair council meetings in the Mayor's absence. Vote was 5-0.
Signatures for Banking Accounts and Texpool- Council passed a resolution adding the new Council Members as authorized check signers for city bank accounts and Texpool and authorizing other necessary signatures to validate banking resolutions. Vote was 5-0.
Resolution of Support for Entergy - Council tabled a resolution of support for Entergy regarding their PUC application to construct a Montgomery County power station. The item will be brought back to Council in June. Vote was 5-0.
Revisions of Employee Policy Manual - Council approved changes to the Employee Policy Manual in the areas of body art/tattoos and jury duty. Vote was 5-0. The policy on Chain of command and communications was tabled and will be brought back to the June meeting for further discussion. Vote was 5-0.
Ratification of April Accounts Payable- Council approved the ratification of April accounts payable with a vote of 5-0.
LANDology Lease Extension - Council approved the extension of the office space lease with LANDology until June 2018. Vote was 3-2.
Supporting Documents for Agenda Items can be found HERE.
Shenandoah Council Members Sworn In- New City Council Members Ted Fletcher, Byron Bevers and Charlie Bradt were sworn in by Mayor Ritch Wheeler at the meeting.
Appointment to Planning and Zoning Commission Place 3 - Council appointed Robert Galatas to serve as Place 3 representative on the Planning and Zoning Commission. The position was left vacant with the election of Charlie Bradt as City Council Member. Vote was 5-0.
Appointment to the Municipal Development District - Council appointed Byron Bevers to the Municipal Development District. The position became open with the resignation of Darrell Frazier and runs to September 2018. Vote was 5-0.
Minutes Approval - Council tabled approval of minutes of the regular March 8 workshop, the regular March 22 meeting, the regular April 12 meeting and the regular April 26 meeting.
Change of Vendor in Clarifier Repair - Council approved changing vendors for repairs to the clarifier from CSA to Environmental Improvements Inc when CSA was unable to complete the rebuild due to extensive damage of the clarifier. Vote was 5-0.
Appointments to the Sick Pool Committee- Council approve appointments to the Sick Pool Committee resulting from three vacancies and a promotion. Councilman Bevers asked for greater distribution of members based off number of employees in each department. Vote was 3-2.
Ratification of CISD Natatorium Expenses- Council approved the ratification of the natatorium expenses. Vote was 4-0 with McLeod recusing himself.
May 29 - Memorial Day, city offices closed
May 31 - Final day of the Spring Shenandoah Shine campaign
June 4 - 2 Cool 4 School Pool Party, 2-4 pm, sponsored by the Civic Club
June 13 - Civic Club meeting, 6 pm
June 14 - City Council Workshop, 6 pm
June 20 - Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, 7 pm
June 28 - Municipal Development District meeting, 6 pm
June 28 - Regular Monthly City Council meeting, 7 pm