The Stephenville City Council met Tuesday and in a busy session addressed a wide range of city issues including:
• A presentation by Tarleton student, Hunter De Masi, student director for Tarleton Roundup to take place on April 1. The Round Up is Tarleton's annual day of service in which students, faculty, staff and community members paint, rake leaves, mow lawns, etc. to assist people who need help with such tasks.
• SEDA Executive Director Dr. John Hubbard received approval for city funding for a $25,000 infrastructure grant to Equibrand, and announced the coming of a 100,000 sq. ft. business center that will also house a 30,000 sq. ft. bowling alley and entertainment center.
• Approved rezoning from B-4 private club to B-2 retail and commercial district on lots 1 and 3 located 2865 W. Washington Street across from N. Christy Plaza for Panda Express.