The Clovis City Commission will meet 5:15 p.m. Thursday at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library.
Agenda items include:
• Approval of an ordinance to combine the parks and recreation board, Ned Houk Park board and the Keep Clovis Beautiful Committee. The ordinance was introduced during the Jan. 19 meeting. If approved, membership would come before the commission during the March 1 meeting.
• A resolution to adopt a 40-year water plan. The plan assesses water needs in relation to water demands, and allows the city to take advantage of state statutes to protect currently-held water rights.
• The reappointment of Don David and Garish Pandya on the lodger’s tax advisory board, and the appointment of Rhonda Bargman to replace Tammy Garner, who declined to serve an additional term.
• An air quality monitoring task order with Camp, Dresser & McKee of Albuquerque for $22,834. The job was already budgeted at $25,000.
• A ground water monitoring and reporting task order with Camp, Dresser & McKee of Albuquerque for $76,991.
• A letter of support for a grant application by the Hartley House.
• Approval of a 5K run/walk 8 a.m. April 14 at Ned Houk Park. The event, sponsored by the High Plains National Contract Management Association, will not require any road closures.
• Approval of a 5K run to benefit the Pregnancy Resource Center 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. March 17 at Hillcrest Park.
• A resolution to establish a twinning relationship between the municipality of Kasama, Zambia, and Clovis. The partnership has no fiscal impact and fosters cultural exchanges between the communities.
• An election for representatives to serve on the Civic Center policy board. Four candidates have applied for three positions.
• An upgrade of the kitchen hood at Colonial Park Golf Course. The $26,148.22 will be paid through the parks bond money.
— Compiled by CNJ staff writer Kevin Wilson