The Dublin City Council convened into executive session during Monday's night's meeting to deliberate the position of city manager - though one has not yet been decided upon.

After reconvening, Mayor Red Seigars announced that all applicants will be interviewed before a decision is made. Applicants for the position are James Minor, of Keene; Dean Carrell, of Loan Oak; Edward Hansen, of Spearman; and Georgia Vines, of Granbury.

Also, during the meeting, the council received two reports on unfinished projects from the City Secretary Rhonda Williams Monday night.

The pedestrian parkway's paperwork is being finalized for board review.

The Grist Mill's renovation plans required corrections to be made by architect Norman Alston. His revisions will be forwarded to David Bullard with TxDOT for review. Once approval is made by TxDot, the advertising for the project will begin. Mary Yantis presented photographs and documents from the original Grist Mill, built in 1882 by W.T. Miller.

Michael Brown of Dublin Soccer informed members that more than 100 players have signed up, and games will begin Oct. 20. He said this is the first year for the program to be organized and run by the parents.

Motion approved for the Citizens Aggregation Program to proceed and a motion was approved for suspension of ordinance approving a general rate increase for ATMOS.

Due to the Veterans Day holiday, the next meeting will be held on Nov. 13.

SHERRY BOARDMAN is a staff writer for the Empire-Tribune and can be reached at sherry.boardman@empiretribune.com or 254-965-3124, ext 229.