HomeLocalSylacauga City Council proposed agenda – Feb. 18, 2021Sylacauga City Council proposed agenda – Feb. 18, 2021Wed, February 17, 2021 by SylacaugaNews.com Digital TeamSHARE NOW Sylacauga City OfficialsSYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga City Council will meet Thursday night at Sylacauga City Hall.The meeting is scheduled for 6:00 with a work session beginning at 5:00.At the work session the council will discuss:Old Business:Action necessary to adopt Ordinance 2232-21 to reinstate a Municipal Housing Code Abatement Board and to provide for the abatement of nuisances.New Business:Resolution 07-2021 to set date for public hearing and authorizing publication of notice for consideration of a Redevelopment Reimbursement Agreement with Robo Motors, LLC. First available date for public hearing is March 16, 2021.Resolution 08-2021 appointing Matthew T. West as City Prosecutor for the Municipal Court effective March 1, 2021, due to the resignation of Joe Carlton (repeals Resolution 84-2020 approved 11-2-20).Resolution 09-2021 accepting ADEM Air Permit #309-0077-X001 and agreeing to Provisos required by ADEM.Resolution 10-2021 authorizing purchase of 10’ Rotary Cutter from Coblentz Equipment & Parts Co. at the State Bid price of $13,408.39 for the Street Dept.Request from Police Chief Kelley Johnson to assist the Sheriff’s Department in providing mental health transports. Judge of Probate to reimburse City for mileage; city to reimburse for meal if officer’s travel exceeds four hours.Appointment of two members (per district) to Municipal Housing Code Abatement Board.Application for transfer of 050 Retail Beer (Off Premises Only) and 070 Retail Table Wine (Off Premises Only) from Moran Foods LLC, to Community Resources LLC, DBA Save A Lot, located at 204 West Fort Williams in Sylacauga. Police report complete.Action necessary to approve travel/training expenses for HR Specialist Jayne McGee to attend the AAPPA Compensation and Job Evaluation course in Auburn, April 29-30, 2021. Registration fee of $240.00; additional expenses for mileage and meals will be incurred. Estimated expenses for McGee are $343.02.Balance of Accounts Payable for January 2021 in the amount of $174,748.02.Additional FY20 Accounts Payable invoices received after year-end close on Sept. 30 in the amount of $47.90.January payroll in the amount of $420,801.52.The following items are on the agenda:Mayor Heigl to discuss Animal Shelter.Mike Whetstone to discuss purchase and installation of backup generators for City Hall, Street, Shop, and Shelter.