The Curry County and Clovis city commissions will hold meetings today with redistricting on their agendas.
The county will hold a special meeting at 9 a.m. The City Commission will meet at 5:15 p.m. Both meetings are in the north annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library.
The county will discuss redistricting following a five-item consent agenda, and the city will hold a redistricting study session at the conclusion of its regular meeting.
Items on the city agenda include:
• Approval of the local Infrastructure and Capital Improvements Plan. The plan establishes priorities of city projects when applying for federal and state funding avenues. The action will require the commission to create a ranked list of top priorities.
• Appointment of a commission to review the city charter and make recommendations for possible amendments. Each city commissioner is allowed to appoint a member, and two commissioners will be designated as members.
• A request for a beer and wine license for the Cajun Cowboy restaurant on Mabry Drive.
• A request for a transfer of ownership and location of a liquor license to the Allsup’s convenience store at 1020 Mitchell Street.
• Permission to let Clovis Municipal Schools acquire Evans Field to help facilitate upcoming construction at James Bickley Elementary.
• A request from Mayor Gayla Brumfield to implement a “Clovis Cares” program that would put commission support behind community programs, including an October focus on senior wellness and assistance programs and support of the annual food drive from the Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico.
— Compiled by CNJ staff writer Kevin Wilson