Sachse City Council approved a water credit, amended the Economic Development Corporation’s bylaws and discussed a reopening plan for City Hall during the March 15 regular meeting.
Council approved a 2,000-gallon credit to every residential water account issued on all utility bills resulting in a $9.80 reduction. Residents who experienced leaks can still fill out the adjustment form.
The Sachse Economic Development Corporation’s bylaws were amended by council, allowing City Manager Gina Nash to serve or hire a designee to serve as executive director. Council was divided on the issue but ultimately approved the changes.
Council also discussed a reopening plan for several city facilities. Nash proposed reopening City Hall for all customer-related services, the Public Safety Building and the animal shelter with masks required for employees and encouraged for visitors.
The Michael J. Felix Community Center will now allow walk-ins, and the Sachse Public Library will reopen and allow board game checkouts again.
The Laurie Schwenk Senior Activity Center will remain closed.
For more information, see this week’s issue.
From Staff Reports • [email protected]