An amended Electra city charter has paved the way for residents to ask for a recall election for the city's place 2 commissioner, Margie Bentley Scott.
Now that the Electra police department is almost back up to full staff and the search is underway for a new chief, city leaders plan to take steps tomorrow to have the streets patrolled solely by local officers again.
An amended Electra city charter is headed to Austin to be approved by the secretary of state.
After officially being without a police chief since January, Electra city officials plan to finally discuss filling vacant position during tomorrow's city commission meeting
Electra city leaders decided unanimously not to renew the contract of Electra City Attorney Todd Greenwood effective immediately.
Electra city leaders accepted the petition to amend the town's city charter during last night's commission meeting.
Big changes are coming to Electra as city commissioners vote to terminate the city's longtime police chief on Tuesday.
Electra Police Chief Johnny Morris hopes to be back on the job next month.
The Electra City Commission will be presented the petition to amend the town's city charter next week.