Official Minutes of the May 21, 2015 Council Meeting
Approved by City Council at the June 18, 2015 Council Meeting
The council meeting was called to order by Mayor Rozier with Councilman Myrick giving the invocation. Councilmembers Grizzard, Kerby, Key, Myrick, Otto, Attorney Raymond Dickey, City Administrator Charles Akridge and Asst. City Clerk Diane Proudfoot were present. Councilwoman Griffin was out of town.
Councilman Myrick made a motion to approve the draft copy of the minutes of the May 7, 2015 council meeting. Councilman Grizzard seconded the motion and it passed without opposition. Councilman Myrick made a motion to approve the agenda of the May 21, 2015 meeting. Councilman Otto seconded the motion and it passed without opposition.
Administrative & Committee reports:
City Administrator Akridge reported:
Memorial Day Observance will be Monday at 10:00am at the Veterans Freedom Park with Sonny Dixon as keynote speaker and following the ceremony there will be a golf cart parade in remembrance of Ed Winn.
The Rails to Trails Phase I project is progressing and concrete has been installed in blocks three & four.
Two picnic tables have been placed in front of the school.
The expected ship date of the Historical Marker is June 1 and the marker will be placed off Cherry Street to display the history of the railroad bed.
The DOT has worked on patching the intersection of Pine Barren Road and Cherry Street but there is additional work that should take place next week.
Mayor Rozier reported that this concluded the items presented for consideration for inclusion on the Council agenda prior to the deadline of Wednesday, May 13, 2015.
The accounts payables were presented with Councilman Myrick making a motion to pay the bills, Councilman Otto seconded the motion and it passed without opposition.
There being no further business, Councilman Kerby made a motion to adjourn at 7:20pm. Councilman Otto seconded the motion and it passed without opposition.
Diane Proudfoot, Asst. City Clerk
Note: Section § 50-14-1 of the Official Code of the State of Georgia Annotated requires that the minutes shall, as a minimum, include a description of each motion or other proposal made, and a record of all votes. These minutes meet the minimum requirements. However, in an attempt to provide as much information as possible to the citizens, the recording clerk has included additional background data and discussion on the subjects presented to council. The statements of individuals are not verbatim and may be summary in nature.