Called Council Meeting
February 23, 2006
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Tipton who stated that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss and approve a resolution regarding the AMB development in the City of Bloomingdale. The Mayor asked Attorney Dickey to outline the points of the resolution.
Attorney Dickey advised council that the resolution would include the following points:
After a brief discussion by council, Councilman Myrick made a motion to approve a resolution containing the above-mentioned information as related to the AMB project. Councilman Waller seconded the motion and it passed with five affirmative votes. Attorney Dickey stated that he would have the resolution document prepared for Mayor Tipton’s signature as soon as possible.
Mayor Tipton stated that council needed to adjourn into executive session to discuss a personnel issue. Councilman Ray made a motion to move into executive session. Councilwoman Winn seconded the motion and it passed with five affirmative votes.
After completion of the executive session, Councilman Ray made a motion to return to the general session. Councilman Waller seconded the motion and it passed with six affirmative votes. Councilwoman Winn made a motion to execute and place on file the signed affidavit as required by the Open Meeting Law. Councilman Strozier seconded the motion and it passed with six affirmative votes. Note: The affidavit is attached to the original minutes of the meeting.
Councilman Ray made a motion to set Thursday, March 23, 2006 as the date for the appeal hearing for Marta Street to be held at the Bloomingdale Public Safety Building at 5:00pm. Councilman Myrick seconded the motion and it passed with six affirmative votes.
Being no further business, Councilman Waller made a motion to adjourn. Councilman Ray seconded the motion and it passed with six affirmative votes.
Mayor Tipton and council members Myrick, Ray, Strozier, Waller and Winn were present for the entire meeting. Councilman Rawlings arrived during the executive session.