"Council OKs resolution to seek grant for McCoy’s " by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
David Holubec and Rhonda Clegg shares a laugh as he takes over his new job.

   McCoy’s Building Supply proposal for a retail store here was boosted by city council’s approval last week for administration and engineering service providers - required before applying for a 2017 Texas Capital Fund grant to pay for related infrastructure improvements. 
   David Holubec also was sworn in as new City Secretary by Rhonda Clegg, the outgoing City Secretary - and the new Human Resources Director - at council’s regular meeting Thursday, May 11.  
   In addition, council voted to override Mayor Mark Bricker’s vetoes on two resolutions council approved April 27.  
   One resolution approved the compromise and settlement agreement with Council Member Chrystal Folse on her city health insurance benefits. 
   The other resolution was council’s censure of the mayor over his Facebook posts that “caused harm to individuals and the reputation of the City of Bay City.”  
   The Texas Capital Fund grant, if it’s approved for the McCoy’s project, would be based on jobs created, or about $425,000 - $390,000 in construction and $35,000 in administrative services. 

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