The hunt for the Dublin city manager's position has begun anew, according to Mayor James “Red” Seigars. He said the position has been posted again on the Texas Municipal League (TML) Web site. Mayor Seigars said there have been two responses. The deadline for applicants is the end of November

Tonight's council meeting will begin at 5:15 p.m. due to a full agenda.

The council will consider Katherine Prater's board reappointment and renomination of Tom Gordon for the Appraisal Review Board. The Economic Development Board members will be reappointed.

Harry Bradberry will present a proposal for the Dublin Rodeo Museum. Mac McKennan will discuss the repainting of the water tower to cover up graffiti gifted by the 2005 senior class.

Waiving the building fees for the new intermediate school will be considered by the council.

Also on the agenda is Dublin Chief of Police Lannie Lee's presentation to the council to reinstate the school drug dog program.

The council will discuss the annexation of the Hamilton property for development and also the Gliddon & Sons' bid for the public works structure.

The asbestos testing for the Grist Mill will be addressed once again. Renovation of the mill cannot go forward until structural compliance has been met.

Public hearings will be held at 6:15 p.m. for the neighborhood business ordinance and at 7:00 p.m. for rezoning two single family dwellings to B1 zoning.

Tonight's meeting will be held at the Council Chambers, 213 E. Blackjack Street.

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.