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Business items top council agenda

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By The Staff

County councilors will have their work cut out for them during Tuesday night’s meeting. Council will meet at 7 p.m. in the Community Building, where they will handle a full agenda.

State Representative Jeannette Wallace and Lobbyist Scott Scanland will give a legislative update at the beginning of the meeting.

In addition, there are two items slated for the consent agenda. The first item authorizes the utilities manager and the deputy utilities manager to execute documents with the New Mexico Environment Department of behalf of the county, relating to the Camp May Road fire hydrant extension project.

The second item will authorize the utilities manager and the deputy utilities manager to execute documents with the New Mexico Environment Department on behalf of the county relating to the effluent reuse facilities project.

The business portion of Tuesday night’s agenda is heavy, as there are five items that will be handled. The first item affirms the objectives of the school district and county in partnering to complete the Trinity Redevelopment project.

The second item will be a review of the Diamond Drive Phase 3 public information and involvement plan.

The third item will be an informational update of the supplemental MainStreet Grant for the Central Avenue Streetscape Project, including kiosks, entry banner structure and a public address system.

The fourth item will be a presentation of the Transit Service Plan FY 10 through FY 18.

And the last item on the business portion of the agenda will be a placeholder for possible council action resulting from a closed session regarding collective bargaining.

Councilors will appoint the 2009 Board of Registration during the meeting. In addition, there will be one appointment to the Board of Adjustment for a term ending March 31, 2011. There are four nominations for the Planning and Zoning Commission that will be reviewed during the meeting. A vacancy on the Arts in Public Places Board will be filled, with a term ending on March 24, 2011.