Henderson Police Chief Glen Allen presented a report to the Henderson City Council at Monday’s regular meeting showing that crime is down for the second consecutive year.
The Search and Transition Committee will meet today at 4:00 p.m. in the City Hall Conference Room. With that, there’s still lots to talk about, so carry on.
Here is the agenda for tonight’s Henderson City Council meeting:
The Public Works Committee is scheduled to meet in the City Hall Council Chambers at 9:00 a.m. If that regular meeting place has changed, we hope someone from the city will inform us. Also, the Henderson City Council will convene at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers for its regularly scheduled meeting. With that, the floor is open to debate.
Between the Armory and the city’s new car policy it seems like there’s lots to talk about. Have at.
Members of the FAIR Committee discussed a new policy, “Use of City-Owned Vehicles”, drafted by Interim City Manager Jerry Moss.
In the article Public works holds questionable closed meeting we reported that Interim City Manager Jerry Moss changed the location of the meeting from the City Hall Conference Room to the City of Henderson Operations Center Conference Room “at the last minute”. Mr. Moss reported to us that the meeting was originally scheduled for the Operations Center and that his efforts on the morning of Monday, February 20 were directed towards making sure that everyone was in the correct place …
Today is a busy day in local government. The Human Resources Committee will meet at 2:15 p.m. in City Hall. The FAIR Committee will meet at 3:00 p.m. and the Land Planning and Development Committee will meet at 4:00 p.m., also in City Hall. All of the meeting are to convene in the Conference Room. We’re curious as to whether a “Save the Armory” movement will emerge from discussions being held here on Home in Henderson. Email us here if …
Henderson City Council member Elissa Yount told the Land Planning and Development Committee at their February 15 meeting that the city needs to enforce its codes in the ETJ.
The Public Utilities Committee will meet today at 4:00 p.m. in the City Hall Conference Room. At least, that’s what we’ve been told. Henderson City Council member Bernard Alston chairs that committee and council members Bobby Gupton and Elissa Yount serve on it as well. We’d love to hear what happens. With that, the floor is yours.
From notes submitted by Lewis Edwards
Code Enforcement Director Corey Williams appeared before the Land Planning and Development Committee on February 15 to explain the procedural guidelines regarding abandoned structures.
How often do we see meetings go into closed session? What is our guarantee that discussion is limited to the stated topic? How can we safeguard against abuses? Let us know your thoughts on today’s open line.
City Engineer Frank Frazier reported on the state of the Armory to the Land Planning and Development Committee at their meeting last Wednesday.
What follows is the proposed yard sale ordinance:
We hope the kids enjoyed the surprise day off yesterday. The make up day is scheduled for March 31, which would otherwise have been a teacher workday. The Public Safety Committee meets today at 12:00 p.m. in City Hall. Give ’em something to talk about on today’s open line.
Land Planning and Development Chair Bobby Gupton distributed copies of the ordinance form of the yard sale regulations at the meeting of his committee on Wednesday afternoon.
Here are some other events at the last city council:
The FAIR Committee met on Wednesday, February 15, in the City Hall Conference Room.
Weather permitting, the Public Works Committee will meet in City Hall at 9:00 a.m. The Search and Transition Committee is scheduled to meet in City Hall at 4:00 p.m. The word for today is “civility”. With that, the lines are open for debate.