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Childersburg City Council meeting – April 5, 2022


CHILDERSBURG, Ala. – The Childersburg City Council met on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. and addressed the following agenda items:

The council gave approval to enter into an agreement with The SOJA Force football team for the use of John Cox Stadium for home games during the 2022 season.

They rescinded Resolution 2021-05, which approved a property sale to Alabama Childhood Food Solutions. ACFS will instead build on another piece of property on Highway 76 close to the Water Works property.

The council approved exterior window and door replacement at City Hall by Quaker Windows at a cost of $49,967.90, to be paid from the Alabama Trust Fund.

The council also gave approval for the City to enter into a retainer contract with Montgomery Ponder, LLC for attorney representation in opioid litigation.

The city council gave approval to enter into an agreement with Infinity Polymers LLC for a commercial lease on Hollywood Blvd. property.

A final resolution decision saw the council give approval to enter into a sale and purchase agreement with Red Eagle Skeet & Trap to purchase 5.48 acres of property, adjacent to their facility off Hollywood Blvd.

The council approved Ray & Gilliland to perform a survey for the proposed site for a new Alabama Childhood Food Solutions on Highway 76.

Approval was given for Childersburg Police Officers Shaw and Northcutt to attend Proactive Criminal Control Training at Bevill State Community College, April 26-28, 2022. There is no registration fee, but funds for two-night lodging, three-day per diem, and use of a city vehicle were approved.

The council approved a pair of items for the Parks and Recreation Department. Outback Fencing will repair damaged fencing at the Major League Baseball field at a cost of $2,250. McLeod Electric will install three pole lights at Kiwanis Park at a cost of $12,880, paid from the Direct Support Fund.

Approval was given for installation of a 2.5-ton A/C unit at the Kymulga Grist Mill by Sleeping Giant at a cost of $5,087, paid from the Alabama Trust Fund.

The Council approved payment of invoices in the amount of $283,009.55.

The next regular meeting of the council will take place at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19, 2022.

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