The San Saba City Council installed newly elected officials before a Public Hearing and Regular Session at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12th. Mayor Ken Jordan called the meeting to order and announced a quorum present. Martha Leigh Whitten gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags.Justice of the Peace, Judge Les Dawson, conducted the installation of the newly elected officials - Mayor Ken Jordan and Councilmen Oleta Behrens and Martha Leigh Whitten. After the installation, alderman Shawn Oliver was elected to serve as Mayor Pro-Tem. Mayor Jordan opened the Public Hearing regarding the following:a. Receive comments for or against condemning property located at 506 S. Liveoak Street, San Saba, Texas.b. Receive comments for or against condemning property located at 803 E. Wallace Street, San Saba, Texas.The Planning & Zoning Committee met on June 4th and voted 5-0 approving condemnation of both properties. They submitted photos and information to the Council.There was no one present at the Public Hearing to comment about the above properties. Mayor Jordan closed the Public Hearing.The Regular Session of City Council opened with the Employee of the Month Award presented to Jose Rocha. Jose’s name was added to the plaque, he received a $25.00 gift certificate to a local restaurant and a day off work with pay.The Council approved the following Consent Agenda:1. Minutes from the May 8th council meeting.2. Payment of bills presented to Council.3. Waived ordinance prohibiting firewords within the city limits of San Saba for the Impact 2000+July 4th celebration.4. Resolution No. 2012-18 waiving ordinance defining noise nuisances for July 21st.5. Resolution No. 2012-20 appointing Charlie Peeler to replace Mayor Jordan to the San Saba County Appraisal District Board of Directors for the remainder of the 2012 and 2013 two year staggered term.After discussion, Action was taken on the following items:A. Approved Ordinance No. 2012-06 condemning property at 506 S. Liveoak Street.B. Approved Ordinance No. 2012-07 condemning property at 803 E. Wallace Street.C. Approved the formation of a Utilities/Street Improvement Committee. Alderman Mark Amthor will be the Council Representative of this committee - other members will be city residents. D. Approved the formation of a Parks Committee that will make recommendations to the City Council on improvements and additions to all the parks in San Saba. Alderman Martha Leigh Whitten will be the Council Representative of this committee.E. After hearing comments from Mark McEwin of Atmos Energy, the Council approved Resolution No. 2012-17 which denies Atmos Energy’s statement of intent to change the gas utility rates in San Saba. F. Council approved the following changes for deposits for use of the Civic Center (No changes in rental charges). Deposits returned when rental conditions met - cleanup and etc.a. Events for Auditorium & restrooms; alcohol use -$500.00 deposit; no alcohol - $300.00 deposit.b. Meeting room & restrooms; alcohol use - $300.00 deposit; no alcohol - $100.00 deposit.G. Approved Resolution No. 2012-19 accepting Funding Agreement with Texas Department of Transportation for Voluntary maintenance of the lighting system along and within the right of way of US 190 between Clear Street and Hwy. 16, for the new sidewalks being planned for this section of Wallace Street (Hwy.190).City Manager, Stan Weik reported on the following:1. Update on Risien building destruction.2. One City water tank needed repair.3. Bids for sludge removal is in the process.4. Update on the construction of the new fire station including a grant from LCRA for $25,000.Department Reports were received with comments by Scott Glaze, Director of Parks Operations; Larry Alderson, Electric Depart. Supervisor and Al Hamrick, Zoning and Code Enforcement.Tony Guidroz, Tourism/Economic Development, reported on the following:a. New Car Wash near completion on North High Street.b. The new Winery is now open for business.c. The next Concert Series at Risien Park will be Saturday, June 16th.d. Twelve to fourteen new jobs have come available with the recent four new businesses.e. Stonewalls will be open for business downtown very soon.f. There will be fireworks on July 4th at Mill Pond Park.g. The recent Pecan Jam and Rodeo was attended very well.City Secetary, Gale Ivy, reported that there will be a Special Called Meeting July 22nd at noon. The next regular meeting of City Council will be Tuesday, July 10th at 6 p.m. followed by the first Budget Meeting. Susie Jimenez, Director of Keep San Saba Beautiful, reported that a group will be attending the State Convention in San Antonio June 25th to 29th. A video will be presented at that time of the recent improvements to the City of San Saba. There being no further business, Mayor Jordan adjourned the Council meeting.