Council Discusses Budget Adjustments

Council Discusses Budget Adjustments

By Marla Jones, Managing Editor •

FORT PAYNE, Ala. — The Fort Payne City Council held its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, February 18.

The Council held a public hearing to receive comments on a proposed alleyway vacation for Casile Keef in the Valley View subdivision. 

The Council approved the following: 

  • Resolution 2020-05, approving the alleyway vacation for Casile Keef in the Valley View Subdivision
  • Awarded the bid for the 5th Street N signal light replacement to Nabco Electric in the amount of $248,619
  • Authorized Attorney Watson to enter litigation against Mitch Fortner for unpaid hangar rent
  • Set a date for the City’s Independence Day celebration on Thursday, July 2
  • An alcohol license for Dollar General on 1812 Scenic Road East, tentative to review by the Alcohol Committee
  • An activity permit for GH Metal Solutions’ Walk/Run from 7am to 11am on Saturday, April 4 at 3709 Williams Ave N
  • Budget adjustments in the amounts of $4,807 and $5,532 for card printers at the Recreation and Police Departments, respectively
  • Approved the sale of Columbarium spaces at Glenwood Cemetery with $350 to open and $150 to close ($500 total) 

The Council presented retirement plaques to Robin Campbell as Wastewater Superintendent and David Daniels as Fire Department Lieutenant. 

The next meeting of the Fort Payne City Council will be held on Tuesday, March 17 at 6pm in the Fort Payne City Auditorium.

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