Date: Monday, January 27, 2020
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Brock Fire Department 1107 FM 1189 Brock Texas 76087
Attachment: Meeting Minutes
1. CALL TO ORDER AND ANNOUNCE QUORUM Mayor Hamilton called the meeting to order at 6:35 p.m.
2. INVOCATION & PLEDGE Mayor Hamilton gave the invocation and led the pledge
3. REGULAR AGENDA:
3.1. Approval of minutes from November 15, 2019 and December 16, 2019 meetings Commissioner Scrimshire moved to approve the November 15, 2019 and December 16, 2019 meetings minutes and Mayor Hamilton seconded. Motion carried with Commissioner Davis abstaining on the November 15, 2019 minutes prior to him being sworn in but in favor after his swearing in.
3.2. Day to Day Business Park Phase 2 Discussion included that the deed restrictions of Day to Day Phase I were not included by seller in Phase 2, so there is limited review that the City possesses. No action taken
3.3. Dollar General Update (City and TX-DOT analysis) TIA was performed by Dollar General and TX-DOT is reviewing. No action taken
3.4. Shops at Brock Update—No new information, proceeding with construction. No action taken
3.5. Website Management and Update Tonya Taylor and TJ Anguiano with Social Funnel Network submitted that the proposal $2500 (one -time fee) and $130 per month to upgrade and manage www.tx.brock.net as the town website. Discussion included what would go on it and how it would be monitored. Following discussion Commissioner Davis moved to accept the proposal and Commissioner Scrimshire seconded. Motion carried.
3.6. Process to include new residential homes for voting eligibility in city elections Discussion included a way for the City to be aware when new construction took place and how to work with Tri County and County to verify all Brock residents could vote. No action taken
3.7. Budget Update A reconciliation of the bank statement was presented and the Mayor requested a format to show expenses under proposed budget items. No action taken
3.8. Development in the City and ETJ and working with Parker County Development Standards and Rules Mayor discussed that to help have consistent uniform growth in the area, the County, School District and City were going to be coordinating better. Meetings to address needs would be attended by all three entities for optimizing processes and addressing growth patterns before issues arose. No action taken.
4. FUTURE MEETING: February 24 and March 23, 2020
5. CITIZEN COMMENTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS. None
6. ADJOURN There being no further business the meeting adjourned at 8:01 P.M.