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Kermit City Council: Updated
Diana Franco, Kermit City Secretary, office of City Manager, Gloria Saenz :: The Winkler Post ♦ December 18 2014 23:30:28

This meeting is a public meeting and you are cordially invited –and encouraged to attend.  In fact, any citizen recognized by the Mayor may appear to present pertinent information before the Council. The Open Meeting Law, Article 6252-17, V.T.C.S., however, prohibits the Council from rendering a decision unless prior notice has been given and posted publicly seventy-two (72) hours in advance of the meeting and the person(s) name and subject appears on the posted Agenda. Exceptions may be considered, if the request is accompanied by a statement describing the nature of the urgent public necessity requiring the addition to the Agenda no less than four (4) hours in advance of the meeting.

This posting is an abbreviated listing of the City's posted agenda.  We have omitted the routine business items.  For an official agenda, visit Kermit City Hall.

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Discuss matters of business from the public.

Ms. Hope Williams expressed her appreciation for the City of Kermit's presence at the Winkler County Courthouse Christmas Party, where they had an opportunity to visit with Congressman Tryon Lewis and Congressman-elect, Brooks Landgraf.

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KPD Chief, Jamie Dutton and Officer Krystal Quintana
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Recognition of Visitors, Citizen of the Month and/or Presentation of Proclamation:  The introduction of the newest addition to Kermit's Finest, Officer Krystal Quintana.

Officer Krystal Quintana comes to KPD from the Lubbock Area.

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Discuss and consider Ordinance No.: 14-09 on first reading:
   "An ordinance of the city council of the City of Kermit, Texas amending the code of ordinances, texas title XI: business regulations of the City of Kermit, Texas, by adding Chapter 119 to be entitled "Recreational Vehicle Parks" an ordinance that regulates the establishment and operation of Recreational Vehicles Parks (RV Parks) and individual recreational vehicles prescribing the charges by the city; providing for a severability clause; repealing all ordinances or resolutions in conflict herewith; and providing for publication hereof".

The City Council had the first reading of Ordinance 14-09 and accepted that ordinance with its corrections from the original draft.  The ammended ordinance is below and we strongly advise every RV owner, RV Park owner and every individual who has placed an RV on their personal property as "rental space" to read this ordinance.

Ordinance 14-09 has one more public reading and public notification before it becomes a official.

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