The Clovis City Commission met Thursday night at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. All business items were approved by 7-0 votes. Mayor Pro Tem Randy Crowder did not attend.
• The city recognized holiday pride with 10 awards. The Hillcrest Park Zoo received an award for its “Christmas at the Zoo” program, and there were nine winners for “Clovis Holiday Pride” holiday lighting displays — two from each of the city’s four districts and a business award for Taco Box.
• The city proclaimed Jan. 16-17 at Kiwanis Days and Jan. 19 at Martin Luther King Day.
• Commissioners approved the removal of $262,711 in uncollectible medical billing acounts from active service for 2004. Medical accounts can be pursued for a period of four years.
• Commissioners approved the introduction of an ordinance to annex approximately 11 acres of land for the second unit of the Pheasant Run Subdivision, located north of Colonial Park.
• The commission approved an application for a $20,000 grant from the New Mexico State Police intended for Region V Drug Task force agencies to work on methamphetamine interdiction and associated crime.