Meetings watch: Clovis City Commission preview

The Clovis City Commission will meet 5:15 p.m. Thursday at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library.

Agenda items include:

• Consideration of city obligation to contractors affected by the Beauty Health and Science Innovations deal.

Various contractors who did work on behalf of the cosmetics plan, only to be stiffed on the bill, wish to speak with the city about fix some of the financial damage either through an insurance claim or an effort from the Clovis Industrial Development Corp. According to a citizen request made during the Dec. 19 meeting, the discussion would be an effort to avoid going to court.

The item was originally on the agenda for the Jan. 2 meeting, but was postponed on the wishes of the requestors.

• Final approval of an ordinance to change landfill tipping fees and garbage rates.

• Approval to hire 30 workers for the March 4 municipal election. The number includes a precinct judge, two other judges and one to three clerks for five voting sites (one in each district and one at Clovis City Hall) and five alternate workers.

• A request to award Global Spectrum a contract for management of the Clovis Civic Center.

• Appointment of Linda Waller to serve on the economic development ad hoc committee in place of Randy Harris, and appointment of a county representative.

• A resolution to oppose any legislation that would place additional rules, restrictions and regulations on gun shows that would put the Clovis Lions Club gun show at a disadvantage with gun shows in neighboring states.

• A request to disburse the quarterly lodger’s tax monies. In total, $52,430 is recommended for 11 different entities, including $12,000 each for the Clovis-Curry County Chamber of Commerce and Curry County Mounted Patrol, and $5,000 for American Legion Bikers Against Bullying and

• A request for a budget change of $500 to purchase eggs for the annual Easter egg hunt at Hillcrest Park.

• Authority to file a lien foreclosure lawsuit. More than 250 delinquent accounts on sewer, garbage and weed removal have been identified.

 

— compiled by CNJ staff writer Kevin Wilson