Daily Progress, Jacksonville, TX


March 15, 2014

City council set to meet

ALTO — During Monday's 6 p.m. council meeting at Alto City Hall, civic leaders will consider action on a street paving project and purchase of a new vehicle for the utility department, according to a meeting agenda.

They also will discuss retaining Jack Carter as a consultant to help assist with the city's gas pipeline audit readiness.

Other action items include possible action on Robert Hicks request to use his property on US Highway 69 for commercial use and approval of department reports and minutes from previously held council meetings between Feb. 17 and March 13.

Council members will address the status of the city's utility director position during an executive session, the agenda stated.

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