Potter County Commissioners Court
9:00 a.m.: Potter County Commissioners Hearing Room, 500 S. Fillmore, Room 106
Discussion and possible action regarding: Approval of the Statewide Automated Victim Notification Service and Victim Assistance Program grant contract with the Texas Attorney General’s Office; 2022-2023 budget for the Amarillo-Potter Event Venues District; County Clerk’s Records Archiving Plan for the 2022-2023 fiscal year budget; the designation of a newly adopted route east of Willow Creek Drive; clearing a portion of the roadway known as the seat path; subdividing flat known as the Northwest Hills unit; public hearing and vote on the budget for the 2022-23 financial year; public hearing on the proposed tax rate of $0.65355 per $100 of assessment, and vote to approve the maintenance and operations tax rate of $0.59424 per $100 of assessment and the rate debt service tax of 0.05931 per $100 of assessment; employment articles; hear reports on various Potter County projects and the Potter County Detention Center and take any necessary action; property insurance items; executive session if necessary.
City of Canyon Planning and Zoning Commission
4:00 p.m.: 2nd Floor City Commission Chambers, 301 16th St., Canyon
Hold a public hearing and consider rezoning the proposed Spring Canyon Unit #3 from SF-A (Single Family Farm Residential District) to SF-E (Single Family Residential District); consider flat for Spring Canyon Unit #3.
River Road Independent School District board of directors
6:00 p.m.: Central Administration Bldg., 9500 US Hwy. 287 North
Public comments on ESSER I, II, III and the Title I, II, III and IV programs; public hearing on accountability ratings; administrator update; superintendent’s report; district update; personal items; monthly financial statements; Condensed budget report; resignation report; contract approval report; district school safety and security committee update; goal setting; TASA/TASB Convention, scheduled for September 22-25 in San Antonio; Action Items – requests to consider approval of the following: unemployment compensation renewal, after school 4-H organization status, 2022-2023 contract with Interquest Canines, 2022-2023 contract with Merrills K9, TASB Delegate and Alternate for the 2022 TASB Assembly of Delegates, Attendance Policies and Procedures 2022-2023, October Board Meeting Date Change, District-Wide Allocations for 2022- 23, adoption of the 2022 tax rate, budget changes, fundraising by administrators for employee incentives or student aid, campus threat assessment teams.
Canyon ISD Board of Education
6:15 p.m.: Canyon ISD District Help Center, 3301 N. 23rd St., Canyon
Executive closed session until approximately 7:00 p.m.; recognize the achievements of students and staff; communications from the superintendent: registration and back-to-school, recent and upcoming events, safety and security update; Branding and Marketing Impact Report; annual report on the TEA’s accountability ratings; informative update on teaching materials – EFA (local) and library resources – EFB (local); district goals; , monthly financial statements; contracts with the cities of Amarillo and Canyon for school resource officers; grade 7 literacy assessment waiver for 2022-2023; Campus attendance committees for 2022-2023; 4H extension workers as assistant teachers for 2022-2023; accept donations; personal items of employees.
Randall County Commissioners Court
9:00 a.m.: Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Finance Building, 501 16th St., Suite 305, Canyon
Join via Zoom: https://randallcounty.zoom.us/j/88176029112?pwd=YWdWSXNscjEyVExnU1I2UWc1MUZldz09
Meeting ID: 881 7602 9112; Access code: 793489
Public Hearing: to consider, receive public comment, and act on an application and proposed agreement for property tax reduction for Amarillo Economic Development Corporation on property to be transferred to A-5 Realty, LLC and leased to A- 7 Austin, LLC, doing business as Austin Hose and a 20.7 acre enterprise/reinvestment area in AEDC’s South Georgia Business Park for the construction of a distribution, related site improvements and purchase of appropriate equipment for an estimated $20 million; Randall County Proposed 2022 Tax Rate – M&O Rate: 0.36763, Debt Rate: 0.04950, Total Rate: 0.41713; discuss and act on the adoption of the 2022-2023 budget for the Randall County #1 Assistance District; presentation regarding the solar power generation facility proposed by Rolling Sun, LLC; the proclamation recognizing September as Hunger Action Month in Randall County; go for the Canyon TIRZ; adopt the revised Randall County Employee Handbook; resolution to submit a grant application to the Governor’s Office for the Bullet Resistant Shield Program; interlocal agreement with Potter County for the Panhandle Auto Burglary and Theft Unit; miscellaneous department purchases; vote to ratify the property tax revenue increase; discuss and vote to pass the Randall County Budget 2022-2023; Indigent Advocacy Grant Program 2023.
Conviction Appeal Board
11:30 a.m.: Simms Municipal Building, 808 S. Buchanan, Room 104
A possible quorum of the Conviction Appeals Board may meet for an appreciation luncheon to be held at the Department of Building Security, 808 S Buchanan St, Suite 104.
Advisory Council on Beautification and Public Arts
11:30 a.m.: Parks and Recreation Council Room, 509 S. Johnson
Discuss or receive reports on the following issues or ongoing projects: TxDOT Update, Keep Texas Beautiful Update, Library Mural Update, Thompson Park Update, State of the City Update, Mural Update Grant, future agenda items; discuss and consider action on wall grant reimbursements; discuss and consider the selection of a vice-president.
Amarillo City Council
1:00 p.m.: Council Chambers, 601 S Buchanan St
Proclamations: Constitution Week, Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease, Potter County and City of Amarillo 135th Anniversary, National Cleanup Day; discuss National Cleanup Day, Town Center Update and Agreement, City Boards and Commissions, Taxi Ordinance, updates from Council Members on Councils and external commissions; points of consent: resolutions approving the proposed operating budget for fiscal year 2022-2023 for the Amarillo Potter Event Venue District, Amarillo Hospital District, Tax Increase Reinvestment Zone #1, Tax Increase Reinvestment #2, Amarillo Economic Development Corporation; service agreement with Center City; apply for additional funding through the 2021 Cares Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) at the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs office; consider a resolution authorizing an inter-local cooperation agreement between the towns of Dalhart and Amarillo for an interim police chief; sewer line agreement with PEGA Development; FAA Airport Infrastructure Grants and Other Transaction Agreement for Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport; consider awarding a contract for the demolition of railroad tracks, ties and paving of 6th Avenue, 7th Avenue, 9th Avenue and Lane to allow for utility upgrades for the renovation of the new town hall; consider approving a wind-down agreement for the Traffic Enforcement Program Photographic Services contract with American Traffic Solutions Inc. Items without consent: West Texas Gas Utility franchise and fees; appoint Jeffrey Henderson and Cindi Evans as part-time municipal court judges; 2022/2023 budget and five-year public improvement neighborhood service plan; first reading of the ordinance amending Amarillo’s municipal code to reflect the city’s expanded rescue, foster, and TNR partnerships; recommendations from the Partnership for Development Progress Strategic Plan Committee; consider awarding a professional services agreement for engineering services for Phase II of the Partnership for Progress Development Strategic Plan Committee to assist the City in conducting a study and recommendations for a development fund street maintenance company; consider purchasing several buildings and land located at 501 S. Grant St., 509 S. Grant St., and 517 S. Grant St. in downtown Amarillo; consider purchasing 103.84 acres of land at Airport Boulevard and Southeast 3rd Avenue; executive session: exchange of commercial or financial information received from a prospect (manufacturer).
Parks and Recreation Advisory Council
1:30 p.m.: Parks and Recreation Council Room, 509 S. Johnson
Discuss or receive reports on Budget Update, Master Plan, 9th Street Update, Playgrounds Update, Department Division Updates, Golf Operations, Golf Operations beautification and public arts, tennis operations, water sports, recreation and special events, Warford Activity Center, park maintenance, senior services, future agenda items day.
Amarillo Metropolitan Planning Organizing Committee
1:30 p.m.: City Hall, Room 105, 601 S Buchanan
(Special meeting): present and discuss the priority list of category 2 projects; presentation on the State Bank lending program for infrastructure; summary of transition from DFO to Transportation Management Area (TMA); future agenda items.