The Centre City Council is continuing to work to clean up dilapidated properties across the city. During their meeting on Tuesday, Mayor Tony Wilkie stated that City Building Inspector Raymond Matthews has been able to work with property owners to clean up some 20 properties thus far. Mayor Wilkie made it very clear that if you have property you’ve been asked to clean up and refuse to do so, the city will not hesitate to take legal action to get the property cleaned.
In other business, at the recommendation of the Variance Committee the council approved a variance for the Tractor Supply Company currently under construction on the Bypass. The council also adopted a Resolution outlining their plans as it pertains to the ‘Rebuild Alabama Act’ – HB2.
A step-raise was approved for Michelle Tucker in accordance with city policy. Also approved was the purchase of a light pole and lights for the soccer with that work to be performed by Todd Waites to be completed in 30 days.
The council also approved the purchase of ten batteries for radios for the fire department.
The council is also beginning to discuss plans for this years Centre Fall Festival including a theme for this years event.