Council 6 June 2017
offered by Mr. Mike Lanier.
to order by Mayor Wolff at 6 PM.
members present for roll call.
minutes approved by unanimous vote.
Report & Comments:
Coop District has more businesses moving
in soon. More info to follow later.
Recommendation for awarding contract on bids
for pre-disaster removal and disposal contract.
Superintendent Sullivan reported that Crowder Gulf had held the contract
but declined to renew. Mr. Sullivan has
drawn up a 30 page article dealing with items in the contract. Bid packages have been returned with Crowder
Gulf being the low bidder at $209,000.00.
There will be no payment unless services are needed, primarily for
hurricane cleanup relief. Any city
monies spent on this cleanup will be reimbursed by FEMA. Motion made and seconded. Vote 4 ayes, 1 abstain.
Resolution for vacating portions of Edwina
& Crestview Avenue was introduced.
Passed by unanimous vote.
Approval of Airport Grant Contracts passed by
unanimous vote. This will have a 95% FAA
Resolution for municipal water pollution
prevention program passed by unanimous vote.
Request to Cal Ripkin baseball league for
purpose of assisting with the cost of 8U tournament at City Part 9-12
June. Request approved by unanimous
Request for 2 annual donation to
Conecuh Board of Education for the purpose of assisting with the cost of
Hillcrest High Drumline attendance & performances at Summer Drumline Camp 1
week in July. Passed by unanimous
vote. Ms. J.J. Jones suggest the city
buy uniforms. Mayor Wolff noted the B.
O. E. handle that aspect.
Request to purchase 2 used 2014 P/U trucks for
the street and electric departments.
Cost $34,650.00 for both, coming from ALADOT. This money has been raised via insurance
claims and selling of salvage material.
There will be $12,240.00 remaining from this fund after this purchase.
CDBG invoices for the safe room were approved.
Hiring of City Clerk next on agenda. Executive session called for this discussion.
session started 6:15 PM
session resumed 6:29 PM
After executive session Council person
Caylor made a motion that Mr. Hinson be given the full time City Clerk position
provided Mr. Hinson would comply with 2 stipulations; he must give up a
secondary job in the City of Pike Road and he must relocate to a local
residence. Vote was 4 ayes, 2 nays. Council person’s Fountain and Davis voted against
hiring Mr. Hinson.
Mr. Hinson declined to accept either
stipulation unless a higher salary could be negotiated.