Every city resident is being asked to approve or deny permission for the city to sell $15.3 million in general obligation bonds with the money to be spent on drilling two wells and building a reverse osmosis plant to treat the water from at least one of the wells to meet state drinking water standards
Ward 1 and Ward 5 voters will decide on who will represent them on the City Council for the next two years.
In Ward 1, two newcomers are vying for the position.
Trace Morrill, 36-year-old attorney, is facing Randy Forbes, 47-year-old accountant who spent several years on the council previously.
In Ward 5, Texas Department of Criminal Justice correctional officer Christopher Payne is running against the incumbent, Libby Hitchcock Spires.
The polls will open at 7 a.m. Saturday and remain open until 7 p.m.
Ward voters will cast ballots at the Doctors Building at 301 S. Hillside Drive; Ward 2 voters will go to the Kids World Day Care and Learning Center at 1826 S. Washington St.; Ward 3 voters will go to the Police Training Center at 708 W. Milam St.; Ward 4 voters will cast ballots at R.A. Hall Elementary School at 1100 W. Huntington St.; and in Ward 5, voters will go to the A.C. Jones High School campus, 1902 N. Adams St.