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Council renews juvenile curfew

The city council met Monday July 14 in council chambers. All members were present, Mayor Rick White presiding. Two public hearings were scheduled to hear remarks about the juvenile curfew ordinance and the water quality report. No members of the public were present.

Municipal Judge Deborah Campbell was sworn in for a two year term.

The first reading of an ordinance to renew the Atmos franchise was read. Council approved the extension of a lease to Atmos for office space in the back of city hall at $125 per month.

Data Billing Company of Amarillo was chosen to collect EMS billing payments and the mayor was authorized to sign the agreement.

Adriana Stowers, owner of Creative Chaos & Chaotic Tees was approved to hold a sidewalk sale July 18 and 19 at her Main St. location. A sidewalk sale permit is $25.

The juvenile curfew ordinance was renewed. Juveniles are to be off the streets by 11 p.m. weekdays and 12 midnight on weekends. For more information on the ordinance contact city hall.

The city manager was authorized to transfer sewer tax money to the general fund and to publish a bid for ag lease at the sewer treatment plant.

The council went into executive session at 7:29 p.m.