The city council re-adopted two curfew ordinances and approved several appointments in a brief meeting Monday.
City Manager Rick Osburn said that state law requires Levelland to hold a public hearing on the daytime and nighttime curfew ordinances every three years.
Osburn said Police Chief Toney Cowan sees no need to change either ordinance.
The council voted unanimously to keep the two ordinances the same.
Osburn said that Richard Ellis has agreed to serve another two-year term on the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority board of directors.
Ellis’ term expires at the end of this month.
The council voted to reappoint Ellis to the board.
Shawn Kirkpatrick, executive director of the Levelland Economic Development Corporation, asked the council to appoint two new members to the LEDC board.