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Public Works Director Andrew Espinoza presented two resolutions concerning a solid waste grant application for waste oil containers and a commercial paper shredder. A motion was made by Mayor Pro Tem Sims, seconded by Commissioner Funk, and passed unanimously to approve Resolution No. 09-04, submitting a great application for a commercial paper shredder. A motion was made by Commissioner Mahaffey, seconded by Commissioner Funk, and passed unanimously to approve it Resolution No. 09-05, submitting a grant application for waste oil containers.

A motion was made by Commissioner Salim, seconded by Commissioner Mahaffey, and passed unanimously to approve the Second and Final Reading of Ordinance No. 1070 to rezone property located in the 700 block of Oak Avenue, from “B”, “Two Family Dwelling”, to “C”, “Multiple Family Dwelling”, for Eastland Properties LLC/Damon Admire.

A motion was made by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Sims, and passed unanimously to approve the Second and Final Reading of Ordinance No. 1071 prohibiting use of wireless communication devices while driving in a school zone.

Mayor Milligan opened the public hearing concerning setting the ad valorem tax rate. There were no public comments. Mayor Milligan closed the public hearing and reopened the formal session.

Mayor Milligan said Dumas has the lowest tax rate in Texas. A motion was made by Mayor Pro Tem Sims, seconded by Commissioner Mahaffey, and passed unanimously to approve the First Reading of Ordinance No. 1072 setting the ad valorem tax rate at $.148944 on the $100 valuation.

Finance Director Dottie Williams presented the janitorial service bids. Ms. Williams said she had four individuals that picked up the bid specification packets and she received one bid back from Lisa's Cleaning Service. A motion was made by Commissioner Salim, seconded by Commissioner Funk, and passed unanimously to award the janitorial service bid to Lisa's Cleaning Service for $19,200 annually, which includes city hall, city warehouse, and the police department. Ms. Williams also presented the banking/depositing service bids with one bid received from Happy State Bank. Ms. Williams said she did receive a letter from First National Bank and Bank of America thanking her for the opportunity to enter a bid but declined. A motion was made by Commissioner Mahaffey, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Sims, and passed unanimously to award the banking/depositing service bid to Happy State Bank.

Mayor Milligan opened the Work Session.

Commissioner Funk said he serves as an ex-officio member on the park board and was told the bicycle path had been discussed in a previous city commission meeting and he would like for the Commission to reconsider the bicycle path in the southeast area of town. City manager Vince DiPiazza said parking had to be considered. Public Works Director enters them so said he ought to check on the path that had been considered due to the flow of traffic. Mr. Espinoza said he did not work for the city when the bike path is first discussed. Commissioner found that he would like to take suggestions back to the cardboard.

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