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Stockdale approves city fees
STOCKDALE -- Updating the city’s fee schedule to be more current with other local entities was the only listed agenda item for the Sept. 27 Stockdale City Council special called meeting.
During a prior meeting, Stockdale City Manager Banks Akin was asked to review and update the fee schedule and present it to the council for consideration.
The council approved the following:
•Food licensing remains at $95, renewal Jan. 1.
•Community building rental remains at $100, plus a deposit of an additional $100 (refundable; conditions apply).
•City park pavilion rental -- Deposit of $200 (refundable; conditions apply).
•Sewage tap charge increased from $400 to a maximum of $1,647.20, if street is cut for installation.
•Water deposit remains at $150.
•Cost estimate for water meter installations (5/8 inch to 1 inch) ranges from $1,235.68 to $3,064.08, depending on whether if the street is cut for installation.
•Cost estimate for water meter installations (1-1/2 inch to 2 inches) ranges from $3,587.86 to $5,230.66, depending on whether the street is cut for installation.
•All costs associated with road boring will be assumed by the customer at the rate of the contracting fees.
For more information, contact the Stockdale City Hall at 830-996-3128.
The council took no action on a rezoning request to change Block 59 of West Wheeler and Sixth streets from an agricultural district to a multi-family residential district. A public hearing was held prior to the special called meeting, with four residents present, who asked questions regarding the change, but no objections were offered. The council is set to vote on this in mid-October.
***In attendance: Mayor Johnny Stahl, councilmen Scott Soden, Saul Bosquez, and Roger Armstrong, City Manager Banks Akin, and City Secretary Thania Santos.
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