Red Lick to honor out­go­ing school su­per­in­ten­dent

Texarkana Gazette - - METRO/STATE -

RED LICK, Texas—The Red Lick City Coun­cil will re­hire a Texarkana firm to con­duct its mu­nic­i­pal au­dit.

The al­der­men agreed dur­ing Thurs­day’s meet­ing to re­hire Wilf and Hen­der­son ac­count­ing firm to con­duct the city’s fi­nan­cial au­dit for the 2016-17 year.

In other busi­ness, al­der­men agreed to de­clare Dec. 16, 2017, as Nick Blain Day in honor of the Red Lick In­de­pen­dent School Dis­trict su­per­in­ten­dent who is step­ping down af­ter nearly four years. Blain was a long-time su­per­in­ten­dent for Lib­erty-Ey­lau ISD who came out of re­tire­ment in July 2014 to re­place Dr. Rose Mary Neshyba, now New Bos­ton ISD’s su­per­in­ten­dent.

Red Lick ISD has 509 stu­dents at both it’s el­e­men­tary school and mid­dle school.

In other busi­ness, Red Lick Mayor Pro Tem Bob Akin an­nounced that he will be re­tir­ing from the coun­cil as of Nov. 9 af­ter 17 years of ser­vice with the city.

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