Funeral services will be held at 2 pm today at First Baptist Church in Plainview for the Waller family. 46-year old Pilot Paul, his 44-year old wife Tammy and 18-year old daughter Michele were killed when their Beechcraft Bonanza crashed and caught fire shortly after takeoff at the Hale County Airport around 9:15 pm Friday. Donations also are welcome to the Waller Family Love Fund at any Prosperity Bank location. Preliminary findings by the NTSB investigation are expected to be released sometime next week. A complete investigation will take up to a year to finish.
Plainview City Council members discussed a new roof for the civic center at yesterday’s work session. The current roof, which is the original when the building was completed in 1994, has been leaking for years. All three bids for the total roof replacement came under budget, with A-Lert Roof Systems the recommended bid at $221,580. The new roof will also come with a 20-year manufacturer’s warranty. Formal approval will be determined at Tuesday night’s council meeting. A closed meeting will be held Tuesday for the annual review of City Manager Jeffrey Snyder, who is completing his first contract year in that position.
Hale County Commissioners will hold their first work session of the month today at the courthouse. Commissioners will consider appointing Mario Martinez to represent the county on the South Plains Association of Governments Board of Directors. They will also review agenda items for Monday’s regular meeting. The work session begins at 10 am and is open to the public.