The Burton City Council will meet Monday to consider placing a memorial in Weeren Park, in remembrance of Kelby Jasinski.
As work continues in the park, councilmembers will potentially sign off on letting a memorial be created and placed there. The council is undecided on what kind of memorial would be created, so costs are undetermined.
Jasinski, a former Burton High School student and aspiring firefighter, was killed in a car accident in Caldwell County – west of Bastrop – in July.
The council plans to discuss other projects for the park at Monday’s meeting, including the potential donation of a picnic table and cement slab for it. Costs would run around $900 to $1,000.
In other items, the council will continue discussion on the Knittel Lift Station Pump, after tabling it at last month’s meeting. Councilmembers plan to receive warrant information that will help them decide whether to pursue repairs of the old pump station, or purchase of a new one.
The council will also look to hire Langford Community Management Services, to be the city’s grant administrator and writer for the 2019-20 Texas Community Development Block Grant.
In addition, councilmembers will consider how to enforce city ordinances. The city recently sent a letter to noncompliant residents, and the council will discuss options for moving forward and how to get people to comply.
The council will meet Monday at 5:30 p.m., at Burton City Hall.