NOTICE OF MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Aldermen of The Town of Anderson, Grimes County, Texas, will meet in regular session on April 9, 2015, at 7:00 P.M in the American Legion Building in Anderson, Texas.
1. Establish a quorum, call meeting to order.
2. Remarks of visitors: Any citizen may address the Aldermen on any matter. Please fill out the required form located on the table at the back of the room. Please limit remarks to 3 minutes. The Aldermen will receive information, ask council to look into the matter, or place the issue on a future agenda.
3. Read/consider approval of the minutes of the meeting held on Thursday, March 19, 2015.
4. Cathy Nolte of Texas Parks and Wildlife will be on hand to give a status report on upcoming projects at the Fanthorp Inn scheduled for this summer.
5. Entergy representative Ronnie Hale will be here to address the council about upcoming resolution.
Consider/approve/disapprove of resolution supporting CSHB 1535 and CSSB 841 to encourage timely investment in electric infrastructure.
6. David Tullos and County Judge Ben Leman will address the council about the upcoming High Speed Train Rally set for the end of the month. Consider/approve/disapprove to give permission to list the Town of Anderson as a sponsor to stop this project.
7. Consider/approve Proclamation declaring April, 2015 as Child Abuse Prevention Month in Anderson. Proclamation will be read.
8. Discuss sending Mayor and others to the TML Public Funds Investment Act Workshop.
9. Consider/approve payment of invoices currently due and payable.
9. Discussion about changing date of clean up day and update on any other projects in town.
10. Enter into closed meeting if needed to receive legal advice on matters related to issues in the town. (Texas Government Code #551.071 & #551.072)
11. Return to open meeting; take action on items discussed in closed session (Section #551.102).
This is to certify that I, Gail M. Sowell, posted this Agenda on the City Hall bulletin board at 7:15 p.m. on April 4, 2015.
Gail Sowell, Mayor