Streets are one of the items that will be the topic of discussion at the Taylor City Council meeting Thursday night.
The council will hear a presentation on proposed streets to be included in 2019 maintenance and consider a an Interlocal Agreement with Williamson County.
According to the agenda packet, the purpose of the street maintenance program is to prevent street conditions from deteriorating, and then preventing the need for expensive repairs or full reconstruction.
Funding for the street maintenance program is through the Transportation User Fee, which generates approximately $770,000 a year. The total funds for this year’s street maintenance
program will be $400,000 for seal coat/mill and overlay and $50,000 to the Public
Works Department Street Crew.
Other agenda items include:
- Consideration of an Infrastructure bond to HDR and Halff Associates
- An update on the Dickey-Givens Community Center
- Discussion on a bid award for gateway signs
- Consider approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City of Taylor and Good Life Taylor.
The full agenda is available on the city’s website.
The council will meet at 6 p.m. at city hall, 400 Porter St., in the council chamber. The council will hear public comments prior to the meeting but citizens should sign up by 5:45 p.m. if they wish to speak.