Official Minutes of the June 7, 2016 Special Called Council Meeting

Approved at the June 16, 2016 Council Meeting

 

The council meeting was called to order by Mayor Rozier with Councilman Myrick giving the invocation. Councilmembers Griffin, Grizzard, Kerby, Key, Myrick, Otto, City Administrator Charles Akridge and City Clerk Diane Proudfoot were present. Attorney Dickey was out of town.

 

Councilman Myrick made a motion to adjourn into Executive Session to discuss Real Estate. Councilman Otto seconded the motion and it passed without opposition.

 

At the conclusion of the executive session, Councilman Myrick made a motion to return to the general session and execute the affidavit as required by the Open Meetings Law and stated Real Estate was discussed.  Councilman Otto seconded the motion and it passed without opposition.

 

NEW BUSINESS:

 

  1. Consider entering into a Real Estate Sales Contract with Humanities Foundation, Inc. City Administrator Akridge stated that the sales contract is with HF Quail, LLC a South Carolina LLC otherwise known as Humanities Foundation, Inc. Councilman Otto made a motion to approve the sales contract as described by City Administrator Akridge. Councilman Grizzard seconded the motion and it passed without opposition.
  2. Consider the Pre-Contract Agreement and the extension letter for water, sewer and road infrastructure at Wild Cat Dam Road & Hwy 80. City Administrator Akridge recommends approval contingent upon the review and approval by the City Attorney Dickey on Wednesday, June 8, 2016. Councilman Myrick made a motion to approve the execution of the agreement and letter by the Mayor or Vice Mayor upon review and approval by the City Attorney Raymond Dickey. Councilman Otto seconded the motion and it passed without opposition.

There being no further business, Councilman Myrick made a motion to adjourn at 6:55pm. Councilman Kerby seconded the motion and it passed without opposition.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Diane Proudfoot, 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.