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Council to reconsider City Hall payoff

By Messenger Staff | Published Saturday, April 13, 2013

A typing error will force the Paradise City Council to revisit last month’s decision to pay off the mortgage on City Hall.

At its meeting in that very building on Monday, the council will look at corrected reports and consider clearing the loan by cashing a certificate – an investment that is yielding very little profit, City Secretary Teresa Moody said – instead of paying the sum from the city’s general fund as was the original plan.

The meeting begins at 6 p.m.

Water department items to be discussed include an update on the potential sewer system and waterline extensions; purchasing additional meters or establishing a system for testing existing ones; and approving a bid for the cleaning of the tower, as required by the state.

The council will also hear the audit report from Carl Deaton and look at a replat of land within the city’s ETJ.

Jamie Cook, president of the Paradise Youth Recreation Association, will also address the council about the park lease agreement between his association and the city.

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