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Childersburg City Council meeting – June 7, 2022

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CHILDERSBURG, Ala. – The Childersburg City Council met on Tuesday, June 7, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. with the following agenda of items for action:

The city council gave approval to surplus items at the Rainwater Library no longer needed for municipal use.

The council approved the purchase of two 2022 Ford Police Interceptors from Stivers Ford in Montgomery for a total of $85,850 which was paid from Fund #75 ARP.

They approved the Fire Department to purchase a demo extrication unit from Alabama Fire College/Nafeco for $30,284, also paid from the Fund #75 ARP.

The city council also approved the FY 2023 Rural Transportation Budget through the East Alabama Regional Planning Commission. The city will purchase two transportation vans and receive four vans.

The council granted approval to enter into an agreement for consultant COVID-19 services with Triatatz and authorized Mayor Ken Wesson to execute all necessary documents. The cost of the services will be $21,000 annually for three years.

The city council adjusted the total cost for the Cambridge Dr. repairs by $300.

They approved Civil Contractors, LLC to perform storm drain repairs on Caldwell Ln. in the amount of $7,600.

In other new business, the council gave approval to hire fourteen part-time, seasonal workers assigned to the parks and recreation department to serve as summer day camp counselors at a pay rate of $8.00 an hour.

Also approved was the appointment of Gaye Powell to complete the term of the late Steve Cain on the Library Board. The term expires on Oct. 1, 2022.

The council approved an advertisement in the Childersburg High School Quarterback Club football program in the amount of $300.

Approval was given for payment of invoices in the amount of $199,560.10.

The next regular meeting of the city council will take place at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21, 2022.


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