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At their Monday, May 20 Regular Meeting, Councilmembers proclaimed the week of May 19-25 as National Public Works Week; recognized the Marshall High School track teams for their championship season; recognized Gerard Wilcher for his initial lifesaving response and actions during an incident in July 2018; and authorized the City Manager to execute a contract for the design of the Veterans Memorial. Here is a rundown of all Council actions at the meeting:
Council recognized the Thurgood Marshall High School track teams for their success in the UIL State Competition.
Mayor Yolanda Ford and Fire Chief Eugene Campbell, Jr. saluted Missouri City resident Gerard Wilcher for his initial lifesaving response and actions during a pool incident in July 2018.
Director of Public Works Shashi Kumar accepted a proclamation naming the week of May 19-25 as National Public Works Week.
Swearing in ceremony for the municipal court judges was removed from this agenda.
The next Regular City Council Meeting will be held on Monday, June 3 at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers.
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