By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
Cuero City Council held their monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 28 with key topics including seven resolutions, the airport, a sales tax audit, improvements to the Friar Ag Building and discussion on the proposed 2015-2016 budget.
Public comments were made by John Hamilton, Mike Cavanaugh, Clete Ernster, Bill Blackwell and Chief of Police, Jay Lewis.
Hamilton focused on the Doll House, while Cavanaugh, Ernster and Blackwell talked about the importance of having an airport in Cuero. Chief Lewis presented new police officer, William Whitfield, from Victoria who will be a school resource officer.
Council members approved to have City Manager Raymie Zella and City Attorney James Crain research deeds regarding the airport before making any further decisions on how to move forward with it.