The Sherman City Council has an agenda packed with farewells, welcomes and reorganizations for its upcoming regular meeting.

The Sherman City Council has an agenda packed with farewells, welcomes and reorganizations for its upcoming regular meeting.


The Council plans to recognize its two outgoing members before presenting the oath of office to the two winners of the Nov. 5 elections at the Council’s regular Monday evening.


According to the Council’s agenda for the 5 p.m. meeting, the Council will elect a new deputy mayor for the city immediately following the oath of office ceremony for new members Lawrence Davis and Tom Watt.


Deputy Mayor Pamela Howeth will vacate her seat as deputy mayor when she steps down as the representative for District 3. Howeth and District 1 representative Joe Smith reached their term limits this election cycle.


The Council is also expected to appoint members to many of its own boards and committees, including the Historical Preservation Board, the Tax Reinvestment Committee and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.


The meeting will take place in the Council’s chambers inside City Hall at 220 W. Mulberry St.