If you want a thrilling Tuesday night of fast-paced action, then the Kerrville City Council is your place to be with budgets, tax rates and short-term rentals on the agenda.
Suppose you really want to live it up. In that case, there's a 5 p.m. work-study session where Kerr Economic Development Corp. Chief Operating Officer Gil Salinas will present a report about the group's activities to lure businesses to the Hill Country.
All kidding aside, the City Council meets at 6 p.m. at the Cailloux Theater, 910 Main Street.
Some of the major conversation points could be:
- Consider approving three short-term rentals for those looking to visit Kerrville and the Hill Country. These types of vacation rentals are beginning to sprout up across Kerrville and Kerr County.
- There will be a second reading of the proposed $79 million city budget.
- There will be a first reading of the city's proposed subdivision plan — which sets the rules for developing and building in Kerrville.
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE
The City Council will appoint members to the city's Kerrville Area Youth Leadership Academy.