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Official Meetings Monday In Paris

Lamar County Commissioners will meet at 9:00 Monday morning with a full agenda. The court will proclaim Wednesday “National Peace Officers Memorial Day,” hear a financial report by Malnory, McNeal & Company, and discuss bids for the removal of the former Shell station building on N. Main St. The court will also hear a presentation about plans for a fuel farm at the North Main property.

The Paris City Council and the Economic Development Corporation will meet at 4:30 in a joint session this afternoon at the Depot Community Room, 1125 Bonham St. They will go into executive session to discuss negotiations with a business prospect named Project Blue Fire. Before the executive session, the public will be allowed to speak in a Citizens Forum.

The Paris City Council will hold a regular session at 5:30 on Monday evening, where several crucial decisions will be made. The members will officially canvass the vote in the May 4 election, and select a new Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem, which will shape the leadership of the city. The council will also conduct a hearing on the proposal to allow a tattoo shop at 2775 NE Loop 286, a decision that could impact the city’s business landscape. Other important topics on the agenda include discussions on hiring and retaining of police officers, and an amendment to  a zoning ordinance concerning parking areas.