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LISD to consider furniture purchase for intermediate school Monday
LIVINGSTON — Trustees for Livingston ISD will consider approving furniture purchases for the intermediate school campus during Monday's meeting. The board will also hear a presentation on the latest property value study by the Texas Comptroller's Property Tax Division, the first conducted since the management shake-up at the Polk Central Appraisal District. In Chad Hill's first year as Chief Appraiser the district ended with a $265,00 balance in the general fund and LISD will consider a resolution seeking to use the fund balance to expand the district office to add public restrooms, research areas in the lobby and enclose appraisers' cubicle-style offices to ensure property owners have privacy when they discuss personal information. Monday's agenda also includes consideration of the 2013-2014 school calendar; hiring of a light/sound technician for the auditorium at the intermediate campus. The board will hear a report on the results of the same of portable buildings sold at auction. Other administrative reports include: • Intermediate school report Tax report/analysis of delinquent taxes •principal reports •Athletic report • food service report •Police/Intervention Officer report. Also on Monday, trustees will consider approving the Emerald Belles Constitution; the Region VI Board of Director election and consider employing a phone operator for the high school.