SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga City Council met Tuesday night at Sylacauga City Hall.

At the meeting, the council approved the purchase of five lots plus 13.6 acres – appraised near $110,000 – for $25,000 plus legal fees. The land is in the Mill Village and owned by the Isabel Anderson Comer Museum. It is located around and on Mt. Vernon Rd., Division St., east St., and Tennessee Ave.

“We may not have something in mind to do tomorrow, but it will be worth purchasing,” said Coincilman Donnie Blackmon in the work session prior to the meeting.

Blackmon explained the some of the property is equipped with sewer. The property is also on roads planned to be given to the City of Sylacauga by Talladega Co.

Watch the full meeting and work session below:

 

 

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