Sylacauga City Council makes four board appointments Tuesday night

SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga City Council met tonight at City Hall where it appointed three people to four separate city boards.

Wayne Hall was appointed to the Sylacauga Health Care Authority for its six-year term. John Ham was reappointed to the city Library Board for a four-year term. Angel Harris was appointed to two separate boards. She was appointed to the Tree Commission and Historical Commission.

The council also approved a contract with Alabama Power to convert street lighting to LED lights. The council approval authorizes Mayor Jim Heigl to execute the contract with Alabama Power.

The council also:

  • Authorized Mayor James Heigl to sign Memorandum of Agreement with East Alabama Regional Planning & Development Commission for a Brownfield Coalition Assessment Grant, EPA Cooperative Agreement #BF02D08621, in the amount of $600,000.
  • Authorized a special use permit for Verizon Wireless to modify equipment on the existing tower at 395 Alabama Avenue.  Recommended by the Center for Municipal Solutions (City’s consultant).
  • Approved balance of Accounts Payable received for August and received to date for September in the amount of $172,324.87.
  • Approved payroll for August in the amount of $397,204.38.


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