The San Saba City Council conducted a regular monthly meeting Tuesday, March 13th at 6:00 p.m. Mayor, Ken Jordan called the meeting to order announcing a quorum present with all council members present. Jordan welcomed everyone to the meeting including a visitor, Katy Calloway from Dallas, Alderman Charlie Peeler’s niece. Alderman Mark Amthor gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags.Billy Sutton was presented the Employee of the Month award for March. He was employed four years ago and worked for the Parks Department and recently transferred to the Golf Course. His name was added to the plaque and was given a day off with pay and a gift certificate to a local restaurant.The following Consent Agenda items were approved.1. Minutes from the February 14th Council meetings.2. Payment of bills presented to Council.3. Resolution No. 2012-04 appointing election officials for the May 12th election.4. Resolution No. 2012-05 which amends the City’s water right, Certificate of Adjudication 14-1903, in order to sell water to Goldthwaite.5. Resolution No. 2012-06 waiving noise ordinance for Gazebo at Mill Pond Park on April 7th.6. Resolution No. 2012-07 waiving noise ordinance for Gazebo at Mill Pond Park on April 14th.After discussion, the following Action Items were approved:A. Wholesale Raw Water Supply Agreement with Goldthwaite regarding sale of water to that city.B. Resolution 2012-08 amending the Investment Policy for the City of San Saba and listing changes to the Policy, per state requirements.C. Accepted termination of lease at Risien Building with a 30 days notice to Lessee of such intention.D. Removal of Risien Building to make way for the plaza for the Burden Hotel.E. Solicit bids from non-profit organizations to purchase the vacant property (after Risien Building removal) to be used in a manner that primarily promotes a public purpose of the municipality.Stan Weik, City Manager, reported that there have been many visitors enjoying the Nature Park; banners have been ordered for the new light posts.Susie Jimenez, Director of Keep San Saba Beautiful, reported that a group will be going to San Antonio June 5th to accept the Award the KSSB earned in the amount of a $110,000 Grant. She also announced that Saturday, April 21st will be Cleanup Day in San Saba.Keith Harris, Golf Pro, reported that the golf course is in good shape with nice grass, good weather and golfers.Larry Alderson, Electric Department Supervisor, reported working at the construction site of the new San Saba Wine Cellar; the pump station for Goldthwaite water line; getting estimates for Cable TV service at the RV Park at the Golf Course.Wayne Yarbrough, Water Department Supervisor, reported working on water service for the new San Saba Wine Cellar and the need for a grant to replace water storage tanks.Tony Guidroz, Tourism/ Economic Development, reported on the Pecan Trade Days on March 3rd; there will be a Christian movie after City Skate Night at the Civic Center; Impact 2000 plus will have an Easter event for children on April 7th; the first concert this year at Risien Park will be April 21st; a new event at SSISD on May 16th, a Blue Collar Career Fair; there will be a Street Dance on the Square, downtown San Saba on May 26th; a new coffee shop will be coming soon named Country Grounds.Gail Ivy, City Secretary, reported that three council seats will be open for election on May 12th.Scott Glaze, Public Works Director, reported on the recent radio band change and that approximately half of the radios could not be programed; Glaze introduced new employees, Jarrod Beck, John Carter Wells and Jose D. Rocha, Jr.With no further business, Mayor Jordan adjourned the meeting.