The Carrollton City Council meets Monday evening in regular session with a sparse agenda. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with Assistant City Administrator Terry Bell:
A report on the quarterly interest earnings from the Rupe CD is the main item on Monday’s agenda. Assistant City Administrator Terry Bell says the Rupe Family Estate gave money to the City of Carrollton as a gift, many years ago. “We have a CD that draws interest and we use the interest money….(for) different things, to help the young kids fund the skate park…we’ve used it for the Duderstadt Walking Trail.” Bell goes on. “Just different things that enhance the community, that everyone can use and benefit from.”
According to the agenda, this quarter’s earnings total $5,671.23.
There is time slated for reports from council members, and a possible amendment to a few ordinances by the Mayor.
The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. with an Executive Session as part of the proceedings.