At the time of the meeting there were no bids in regarding a grass-cutting contract for Sorrento.

The Sorrento Council held their regularly scheduled meetingon November 4. Items on the agenda included a police report, a discussion on manufactured housing, and a discussion on impact fees.

Council members Patti Poche and Donald Schexnaydre were not present.

During the police report it was noted that it is the beginning of the holiday season, so citizens are cautioned to be especially weary of deliveries made to their home. Citizens are encouraged to make an attempt at being home when their packages are delivered to prevent theft.

In the last month, there were 132 calls made, 16 vehicle accidents, six deaths, one residential burglary, and one narcotics arrest.

The agenda then moved on to the financial report. So far this year, revenue brought in through sales tax is up by 12 percent.

There was then a discussion on manufactured housing and mobile home standards. It was concluded that the scheduled public hearing would be postponed until the next meeting.

At the time of the meeting there were no bids in regarding a grass-cutting contract for Sorrento.

The council also discussed the implementation of impact fees. While the ordinance regarding impact fees was presented, there are revisions that the council deemed necessary. They will discuss the revisions at the next meeting.

The public meeting ended when the council convened for an executive session. The session was held to discuss potential litigation in regards to the EA Consolidated Gravity Drainage District number one and its coinciding proposed agreement.