COPPERAS COVE — Officials will consider authorizing the release of funds to the Hill Country Community Action Association to support meals delivered to elderly individuals throughout the city.

Ryan D. Haverlah, city budget director and deputy city manager, is scheduled to lead the discussion during a regular council meeting Tuesday.

During fiscal year 2016, the council allocated $2,500 to the association to support meals for the elderly. The association submitted a report and request for payment of the general fund allocation. No funds were released from the allocation to date, according to the meeting agenda.

Also during the meeting, the council is scheduled to discuss the appropriate eligible reimbursement amount up to $10,000 and authorize payment to the Boys & Girls Club to support after-school club operations.

The regular meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. at the Economic Development Corporation building, 210 S. First St.

During a council workshop meeting one hour before the meeting, the council will recognize the fire department for earning an American Heart Association Mission Lifeline Award.

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