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City Council Meeting: Updated
Diana Franco, City Secretary - office of City Manager, Gloria Saenz :|: Winkler Post ♦ September 19 2014 00:36:18

This meeting of the city council is a public meeting.  We hope to see you there.

Also, this is an abbreviated agenda listing –we've omitted the normal business items. For those of you in search of an official agenda, please visit Kermit City Hall.

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The City Council of Kermit, Texas

Standing (L-R): District 3 Councilman, Julio Peña – District 2 Councilman, Richard Jackson – Mayor of Kermit, the Honorable Jerry Phillips – District 5 Councilman, Bobby Slaughter – District 4 Councilwoman, Norma Carrillo and; seated, District 1 Councilwoman, Country Preston-Roark.

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Discuss matters of business from the public

There was no extracurricular discussion from the audience at this meeting but, there was a new KPD SUV/Cruiser for all to admire.

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Recognition of Visitors, Citizen of the Month and/or Presentation of Proclamation Introduction of Newest Police Officers

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In case our readers haven't had the opportunity to meet the newest of Kermit's finest... The photo will have to do as unfortunately our digital recorder bit the dust some time during the Pledge of Allegiance –unbeknownst to us, and we're not able to properly introduce the new officers, aside from Lt. Richard Abalos (center).  Perhaps you'll have the pleasure of meeting them in person while about town.

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Discuss and consider the request from Chamber of Commerce Women's Division on Spook Parade on Friday, October 31, 2014 at 5 p.m.

The spook parade is always a hoot to watch as many of the kids, along with Mom and Dad, showcase their scariest skills in costume and make-up design.  The parade route will be the same as it has been for years' past.  Line-up is at 5:00 at Lowe's and the parade begins at 5:30 p.m.

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