City leaders continue questioning a proposed, five-year, six-figure commitment to a pair of management contracts at the H-E-B and Al Kruse tennis centers.
6 Investigates uncovered several problems with the way those centers have been managed, in the past, including lax accounting controls and a lack of oversight. A city audit later confirmed those findings and now, new contracts with tighter controls are being proposed.
But at least one city council member tells 6 Investigates he’s not comfortable with making a long-term commitment to the contractors, who are Sweet Spot Tennis at H-E-B and Love Tennis and Education at Al Kruse.
“Really not sure how it’s going to work either for us or the contractor. so I’d like to see a shorter length to see how it works out,” says Council District 2 representative Ben Molina.
Molina says he’s going to ask that the contracts – which come before the council for approval, tomorrow – be adjusted to one-year deals.