The annual “Whole Heart Awards” have been made for the City of Childersburg, recognizing outstanding holiday season decorations in each Council Ward.
BTW, Amateur Float Winners were:
#1 Coosa Valley Electric Cooperative
#2 Childersburg Street Department
#3 Toyota of Sylacauga
P.S. You can watch it on the big screen on GCV-TV on Roku!
TGOIS’s Randy Clark & BBC Coach Adam Fosset preview the playoff game.
Meeting video from the “Things Going on in Sylacauga” Facebook group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/732290197105184
In the latest episode of “Things Going on in Sylacauga (& Surrounding area) Randy Clark sits down with Sylacauga Mayor Jim Heigl to discuss a swimming pool proposal & More!
Read the accounts &/or watch the meeting video!
The Childersburg City Council met on Tuesday, August 2, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. with the following agenda of items for action:
The Council voted to approve a total of four resolutions on a variety of subjects. They were:
Resolution 2022-33 gave approval to provide necessary funds the ERS for the cost of one-time lump sum payment for eligible city retirees. That total amount is $16,142.
Resolution 2022-34 gave approval for a Fire Department Special Event Fee Schedule.
Resolution 2022-35 approved the Rebuild Alabama Transportation Plan.
Resolution 2022-36 approved an updated Title VI Policy in compliance with federal requirements for transportation services.
In other New Business, the Council appointed Tara Reynolds to the Housing Authority Board with a term expiring 02/03/2023.
A trio of items were approved for the Police Department. Captain Kevin Koss was approved to attend a Loss Control seminar on August 16th in Foley. The registration fee is $30, and he will be allowed to use a City vehicle. The program is administered by AMIC Insurance, which covers Municipal governments.
The department was also approved for the purchase of six Dell laptop computers for police units at a total cost of $11,250. The Council also approved the department purchase of two Stalker radar units for two newly-purchased Ford Explorers at a cost of $3,835, paid from Fund 10.
The Council gave approval for Wesson Companies to install a Yealink telecommunications system at City Hall in the amount of $3,125.97, along with a monthly service fee of $24.95 per telephone station. It was noted that the current City Hall phone system had recently been down for a total of ten days.
Approval was given for Ray & Gilliland to perform a lot survey for the proposed parking lot for a new Police/Judicial Building.
The Council approved a $295 expenditure to advertise in The Daily Home Prep Football Edition 2022, paid from Fund 23.
Approval was given for payment of invoices in the amount of $79,223.19.
The next regular meeting of the Council will take place at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 16, 2022.