CHILDERSBURG -- The Childersburg City Council met Tuesday, Feb. 6, and addressed the following items:
Approved a resolution awarding administrative service to the East Alabama Planning Commission for the city’s award of a Recreational Trail Program Project Grant through through the Alabama Department of of Economic and Community Affairs;
Approved Steve Mahaffey to fill a vacancy on the Childersburg Water Sewer & Gas Board for a term expiring Jan. 26, 2023;
Approved the transfer of an ABC an off-premise retail beer and wine license for Pit Stop due to an ownership change;
Approved the mayor and council attending the annual Alabama League of Municipalities Convention in Montgomery from May 18-23;
Approved police officer Brandon Hughes attending firearms instructor training in Tuscaloosa;
Approved the installation of a street light on Fairview Drive;
Approved repairs to a compressor at the carpentry/termite building, not to exceed $60;
Approved purchasing an advertisement with the Childersburg High School softball team at a cost of $250, paid for with the city’s marketing and advertising funds;
Approved paying invoices in the amount of $133,965.92; and
The mayor and council honored Dr. J. Anthony Nix of Nix Family Medicine in Childersburg with an official city proclamation. The mayor and council recognized Nix’s compassionate dedication to the residents of the area through his medical practice on Highway 280.
The next scheduled council meeting will be Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 6 p.m.
Tom Roberts is president and CEO of the Greater Coosa Valley Chamber of Commerce.