City to consider industrial proposal

By Jack King

Clovis’ city commission will consider a proposal to issue $250 million in industrial development bonds to defray the cost of Southwest Cheese Co. moving to Curry County.
The bonds will be paid off by the company, through revenues from the project, and not by the city, according to commission documents.
The commission will hold its regular meeting at 5:15 p.m. today in the Carver/Clovis Public Library’s North Annex.
The commission also will consider a request by City Manager Ray Mondragon to spend $7,500 to hire a company to do a salary and compensation study of city of Clovis employees.
It also will consider a request from the city’s civic center committee to hire the Albuquerque firm of Dekker/Perich/Sabatini to perform architectural services for the civic center.
Also on the agenda:
> a request to adopt a city drought management plan.
n a request to approve a beer and wine license for Kripple Creek Restaurant, 2417 North Prince St.
> a request to approve a budget change of $8,000 to concrete the short channel at Marshall Ball Field.
> a request to approve a budget change of $20,000 from the Solid Waste Cash Reserve to buy a refurbished sanitation truck.
> a request to demolish a residence near the front gate of Ned Houk Park.