CHILDERSBURG, Ala. – The Childersburg City Council met on Tuesday, Jan. 3, at 6:00 p.m. with the following agenda items for action:
The council approved Resolution 2022-64, an item held over from the last meeting that was cancelled for lack of a quorum. This resolution approves the purchase of a 5311 transportation van through the East Alabama Planning and Development Commission. The city’s 20 percent match will be $17,390.
The city council approved another holdover item, Resolution 2022-65, which approves repairs to Caldwell Ln. in the amount of $8,710, funded from the Rebuild Alabama Fund #70. Richardson Construction will make the repairs.
Approval was granted to appoint Bry Daves as a substitute judge if and when Municipal Judge Lance Bell is absent.
The council approved Simmons Home Improvement to complete emergency repairs to the B.H. Rainwater House bathroom in the amount of $2,357.
Approval was given to make five personnel adjustments in the Fire and Rescue Department. They are:
Nic Lormand – Transport Medic to A-Shift Medic
Chad Wilkerson – Part-time Temporary to Full-time Permanent (Transport Medic)
Jody Byrd – Part-time Temporary to Full-time Permanent (B-Shift Medic)
Travis Lahr – Part-time Temporary to Full-time Permanent (C-Shift Medic)
Warren Duke III – Part-time Temporary on an as-needed basis Paramedic at a rate of $14.30 an hour
Another personnel matter regarding the Parks and Recreation Department was hiring Brenda Lylias as a part-time temporary worker.
The Council approved Mayor Ken Wesson to sign and execute a contingent agreement, pending final approval from legal council, giving the City Council flexibility to approve or disapprove the final document regarding a solar energy project in the city industrial park.
Council approval was given for payment of invoices in the amount of $414,689.17.
The next regular meeting of the Childersburg City Council will take place at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023.