Potter County Commissioners' Court
9 a.m.: Potter County Commissioners' Courtroom, 500 S. Fillmore
Consider vouchers processed by the County Auditor's office; approve plat T.R.E. Addition Unit No. 1 as presented by Jessie Arredondo of OJD Engineering; agreement for the provision of grant consultant services; consider and act upon the resolution from the Motor Vehicle Crime Prevention Authority grant request and to designate the required officials; employment items; hear reports on various Potter County Projects and the Potter County Detention Center and take any action necessary; executive session.
Heritage Hills Public Improvement District
1 p.m.: Room 203, Jim Simms Building, 808 S. Buchanan
Discuss and consider approval of change order for Bid 7106 for phase 2 landscape improvements; 2022-23 Budget and 5-year Service Plan; ongoing PID operations and maintenance; future agenda items.
River Road Independent School District Board of Trustees
6 p.m. - special meeting, Central Administration Bldg., 9500 US Hwy. 287 North
Consider approval for the following: resolution selecting Commercial Industrial Builders as the contractor for the New Weight Room; two day emergency closure resolution; employment of a Special Education Director and other personnel; donations to the District; purchase of two used buses; Budget Amendment #5.
Amarillo Hospital District Board of Managers
7:30 a.m.: Council Chamber, 601 S Buchanan St.
Public hearing on the LPPF Mandatory Payment Assessment; review and consider resolution setting amount or rate of LPPF Mandatory Payment and uses of such revenue for the state fiscal year ending Aug. 31, 2022; presentation and discussion of the Pension Fund Investment Performance; AHD Corpus Investment Performance; AHD Audit; NWTH Pension Plan Audit; presentation and discussion of agreed upon procedures audit on the Tobacco Settlement Cost Report; consider Potter County Sheriff Sale property; quarterly financial statements; executive session on lease agreement at 206 NE 7th Ave.
Randall County Commissioners' Court
9 a.m.: Commissioners' Courtroom Finance Building, 501 16th St., Ste. 305, Canyon
Join via Zoom: https://randallcounty.zoom.us/j/89016971121?pwd=dmxmUG5XWUxIWTYxMlRPMFBIVEVkZz09
Meeting ID: 890 1697 1121 ; Passcode: 224381
Presentation of pins and certificates to Randall County employees; presentation of Safety Award to Randall County employee; discuss and take action on appointment of Mr. Wiley Harp as the Randall County Historical Commission Treasurer; order appointing Randall County Purchasing Agent and accepting bond; discuss and take action on an order extending the May 20, 2022, disaster declaration for Randall County; discuss and take action on approving Arraignment Clerk position for the jail and Assistant Criminal District Attorney positions for FY22 to assist in backlog of cases due to COVID-19 pandemic; accept official reports.
Amarillo City Council
1 p.m.: Council Chamber, 601 S Buchanan St.
Updates from councilmembers serving on outside boards and commissions; presentation of 2022 Every Drop Counts Poster Contest Winners; quarterly budget and sales tax updates; second and final reading of ordinances to consider designating certain areas of the City as Reinvestment Zone No. 17 for commercial and industrial tax abatement of 1,108.70 acres in the vicinity of US Hwy 287, Interstate 40 and West of FM 1912 and City as Reinvestment Zone No. 18 for commercial and industrial tax abatement of 539.8 acres in the vicinity of US Hwy 60 and Parsley Road; city's sidewalk cost-share program; project plans and costs related to the goals of Center City Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #1 (TIRZ #1) in downtown Amarillo; interlocal agreement between the City of Amarillo Parks and Recreation Department and Area Agency on Aging of the Panhandle; needs for water facilities, lift station and well fields; consider the purchase of 29 police patrol vehicles to replace existing fleet vehicles that have reached their expected life cycle for safe use; land sale of approximately 365.72 acres located at East I-40 and Spur 228; rezonings; consider Location Incentive Agreement (LIA) and Tax Abatement Agreement between Amarillo Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) and Producer Owned Beef, LLC (POB) for a project estimated at $650,000,000 in improvements, 1,600 new employees and $75,000,000 in new annual projected payroll; Chapter 380 Agreement between the City of Amarillo and POB to build a 600,000 square feet food processing facility; consider approval of LIA and Tax Abatement Agreement between AEDC and CVMR (Texas) lnc. for a project estimated at $1,500,000,000 in improvements, 1,000 new employees in Phase 1 and $97,000,000 in new annual projected payroll; consider mid-year appointments for boards and commissions; presentation of key findings and information provided by Garfield Public Private in their recently completed report for the Amarillo Civic Center Complex redevelopment; discussion and consideration of an ordinance authorizing the issuance of the City of Amarillo, Texas Combination Tax and Revenue Notes; executive session for business prospects.
Highland Park ISD board
5:30 p.m. - special meeting: Highland Park Administration Building, 15300 Amarillo Blvd. E.
Discussion of property and media communications; consideration and possible action to accept for consideration Yellow Rose Solar Project LLC’s application for an Appraised Value Limitation; waive conflicts of interest of the Underwood Law Firm related to the dual representation of the District and Panhandle ISD concerning Yellow Rose Solar Project LLC’s application.
Amarillo College Board of Regents
5:45 p.m. - status update meeting; 6:45 p.m. - regular meeting (Amarillo Junior College District): 8th Street Event Center, 420 West 8th St., Dumas
Moore County campus updates; No Excuses; regents' reports, committees and comments regarding AC affiliates including AC Foundation, Amarillo Museum of Art, Panhandle PBS, TIRZ and TIRZ 2, Amarillo Foundation for Education and Business and others.
Appointments, budget amendments, election of officers, faculty promotion in rank recommendations, comprehensive campaign and status update, consider purchase of additional trucks for Truck Driving Program; approval of services agreement for Innovation Outpost; 2023 preliminary budget overview; request for statement of qualifications No. 1380-Independent Financial Audit Services for AC, KACV and AC Foundation; College's fund balance accounts; financial report; closed meeting.
Amarillo Independent School District
7 a.m.: special meeting: Board Room, Rod Schroder Education Support Center, 7200 Interstate 40 West
Work session to discuss the employee compensation plan and district budget for 2022-2023; personnel items; deliberation and/or action regarding resignation, evaluation, discipline, changes of assignment and/or duties of employees, teacher(s), teacher/coach(es), police officer(s), administrators, public officer(s), administrator(s), and/or supervisory staff.
Convention and Visitors Bureau Board
8:30 a.m.: Board Room - Amarillo Chamber of Commerce, 1000 S Polk
General announcements; financial report; review: April Hotel Performance; presentation: National Travel and Tourism Week, staff activities in May, local staff activities for this summer and definite groups; committee report: communications; future agenda items.
Amarillo Local Government Corporation Board of Directors
11:30 a.m.: City Hall Room 306, 601 S Buchanan St.
Project updates from city staff or project representatives on Hodgetown, Embassy Suites and Parking Garage and Retail Space; LGC Sept. 30, 2021 audit; discuss and consider ratifying the Annual Sod Poodles Parking Garage Agreement for the 2022 Season; presentation and discussion of current and future Parking Garage Rate
Structure; discussion regarding Potter County’s Agreement for spaces in the parking garage; executive session: negotiations for retail space and related issues.
Amarillo City Council (quorum)
5:30 p.m.: Regency Room of the Amarillo Civic Center Complex, 401 S. Buchanan St.
A possible quorum of the council may assemble for a meeting of the Partners for Development Progress Citizens Advisory Committee.
Construction Advisory and Appeals Commission
1:15 p.m.: City Hall Room 306, 601 S Buchanan St.
Discuss, review, or receive reports on the following items: 2015 Energy Code, 2021 Energy Code, and Energy Code; exhibit J recommended amendment to the 2020 National Electrical Code; discuss adoption of the International Existing Building Code; discuss public engagement strategies for continuation of International Code Update Project.
Colonies Public Improvement District Advisory Board
10 a.m.: Simms Municipal Building - Conference Room 203, 808 S. Buchanan St.
Discuss landscape maintenance contract; ongoing PID improvement maintenance items; future agenda items.
This article originally appeared on Amarillo Globe-News: Amarillo area public meetings for the week of May 22, 2022