Members of the Brady City Council will meet for the first time this month in Council Chambers, Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 10 a.m. On the agenda under discussion and action items, the Council will first hear a request by Mary Ann Smith to discuss the designation of the official newspaper for the 2002 fiscal year. Following the discussion item, the Council will take official action on designating the official newspaper for the City of Brady. In other business, the Council will consider and act on appointing Jesse Castanuela as electric supervisor. The final action item on the agenda concerns the sale of a surplus fire truck. According to Brady Fire Chief Johnny Elliott, the fire truck up for sale is a 1973 model Ford F900. It is a hydrant pumper that was recently replaced by a new Pierce attack pumper. Elliott added that the new replacement truck can capacitate 1,000 gallons of water compared to the older model that can only hold 300 gallons. In addition, the new fire truck can pump out 1,240 gallons of water per minute where as the old one can only handle 750 gallons per minute. The old fire truck is in need of minor repair and is no longer a necessity for the fire department. With several ordinances on the agenda for their first or second readings, the Council will first hold a public hearing open to public questions and comments regarding the proposed annexation of all of one acre out of abstract 74, survey 410, J.F. Braun and 36 acres of abstract 74, survey 410, J.F. Braun; seven acres out of abstract 71, survey 401, J.F. Braun; and nine acres of abstract 71, survey 407, J.F. Braun. The public hearing will be followed by the first reading of an ordinance to annex the land required for the additional nine holes proposed at the Brady Golf Course. The ordinance establishing the City of Brady Enterprise Zone will follow with its second reading as well as the ordinance levying taxes for the use and support of the City of Brady for 2001. Also, a first reading of an ordinance amending the fiscal year 2001-2002 budget for payment of an invoice for consultant Charles Freeman, electrical engineer, will be addressed Wednesday morning. Other ordinances on the agenda include: ‘ the second reading of an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 631 designating truck routes in the City of Brady; ‘ the first reading of an ordinance amending rates for Richards Park and Brady Lake; and ‘ the first reading of an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 716 providing for electric transfer fees; and establishing an electric line extension fee.