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BEEVILLE - The City Council ...
BEEVILLE - The City Council voted 3-0 Tuesday evening to appoint Deborah Ballí as the new city manager.
Ballí was hired two years ago as the city's finance director to replace Bobby Aguilar.
Ballí is a certified public accountant who once held a position in the budget department with the City of Corpus Christi.
Before taking the finance director job here she worked 10 years with Maximus, a computer software and consulting firm.
Mayor Pro Tem Mike Scotten made the motion to appoint Ballí
to the city's top administrative position after the council reopened the meeting and Councilman John Fulghum seconded that motion.
George P. Morrill, I Water Treatment ...
George P. Morrill, I Water Treatment Plant Superintendent Hector Salinas explains how the clarifier below where he is standing works as he conducts a tour of the plant for Assistant City Manager Deborah Ballí and water board members. Those pictured are, from left, BWSD Board President Jim Crumrine, Ballí, board member Bill Grigsby, Salinas and board member Kay Hickey.
George P. Morrill, I Water Treatment Plant Superintendent Hector Salinas met that morning at City Hall with Assistant City Manager and Finance Director Deborah Ballí and the newest member of the BWSD board, Kay Hickey.
and Hickey were shown pumps at the facility that are scheduled to be replaced, and Salinas explained how a varying frequency drive could reduce the cost of electricity needed to run the pump motors.
Salinas, Crumrine and Grigsby explained past problems with pumping equipment at the facility and told Ballí
and Hickey about the problem of silting of the river and lake beds.
Texas Government Insider
City of Beevile selects Balli
as new finance director
Deborah Balli has been named finance director of Beeville, a South Texas city with more than 12,000 residents.
Balli attended Del Mar College and Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi, and has also earned her certified public accountant license.
She has served as comptroller for Corpus Christi and, most recently, worked 10 years for a government services firm.
has also helped run a Corpus Christi
nonprofit that uses arts and culture to help at-risk youth.
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