This is Falfurrias, Texas
Falfurrias is the county seat of Brooks County, Texas, United States. The town is named for founder Edward Cunningham Lasater's ranch, La Mota de Falfurrias. In 1893, the Falfurrias ranch was one of the largest in Texas at some 350,000 acres.
The city is centered around the intersection of U.S. Highway 281 and State Highway 285 and is approximately 81 miles southwest of Corpus Christi, 90 miles southeast of Laredo, and 36 miles south of Alice. Population was 6,200 as of 2010.
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- CALL TO ORDER
- ROLL CALL
- CITIZEN COMMENTS: This is the opportunity for visitors and guests to address the City Council on any issue. City Council may not discuss any presented issue, nor may any action be taken on any issue at this time. (Attorney General Opinion – JC 0169)
- Approval of monthly bills.
- Review and possible action on August 21, 2013 regular meeting minutes.
- Review and possible action on August 29, 2013 special meeting minutes.
- Review and possible action on August 29, 2013 budget workshop minutes.
- Presentation by Alex Aguilar on Iron Horse Bike Rally.
- Presentation by Nikolo Guerra on “Pan De Campo” Celebration.
- Discussion and possible action to approve or reject the 2012 independent financial audit.
- Discussion and possible action on July financials for General Fund and Special Revenue Funds.
- Discussion and possible action to ratify the Utility Board’s nomination of Mr. Bill Talley to continue on their Board of Trustees for a term beginning on January 1, 2014 and ending on December 31, 2018.
- Discussion and possible action on Ordinance #570 to establish requirements for Building Official.
- Discussion and possible action on ratifying Ordinance #571 to create a one-way turn on the intersections of Hartmann Street and Chester Street with Adams Street for Brooks County ISD traffic assistance between the hours of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday – Friday throughout the School Year.
- Discussion and possible action on Ordinance #572 to establish Certificate of Occupancy permits, inspections, and penalties for violations of general requirements.
- Discussion and possible action on appointment of two (2) public works personnel, set salary, and effective date of appointment.
- Discussion and possible action on scheduling dates for September City of Falfurrias budget workshops.