ENTERPRISE — A continuation of the plans for the proposed bicycle pump track in Enterprise and a succession plan for the city library will be on the agenda Monday, June 13, when the Enterprise City Council meets at City Hall.

The meeting begins with a work session at 6 p.m. when the council will discuss training sessions that will begin in July. The regular meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.

Also on the agenda, are:

• An update on a lease agreement presented by city Librarian Denine Rautenstrauch.

• The job description for a new position with the Enterprise Police Department by city Administrator Lacey McQuead. At the May 9 meeting, Police Chief Kevin McQuead announced the resignation of Officer Cody Billman.

• An update on fleet policy by Lacey McQuead.

• A water connection for 6572 Hurricane Creek Road presented by Public Works Director Shawn Young.

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