Sylacauga City Council proposed agenda – Sept. 21, 2021

SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga City Council will meet Tuesday night for its last regularly scheduled meeting in September.

The council agenda features appointments to four city boards.

View the full agenda below:

Old Business:

  • Acton that is necessary to proceed with abatement OR remove from abatement property located at 701 Brock Avenue (new property owner was provided additional time to propose a plan for rehabilitation of property to the Code Dept.).

New Business:

  • Resolution 81-2021 authorizing 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.
  • Resolution 82-2021 authorizing 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).
  • Action that is necessary to approve contract with Alabama Power for conversion of street lighting to LED.
  • Appointment to Sylacauga Health Care Authority – six-year term of Dr. William D. Mims expired Aug. 2021.
  • Appointment to Library Board – four-year term of John Ham expires Oct. 2021.
  • Appointment to Tree Commission – vacant five-year term expired June 2019.
  • Appointment to Historical Commission – vacant three-year term expired March 2019.
  • Balance of Accounts Payable received for August and received to date for September in the amount of $172,324.87.
  • Payroll for August in the amount of $397,204.38.


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