TOWN OF RESACA
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
330 WALKER STREET
October 11, 2016
PRESENT: Samuel Allen, Mayor
Justin Barton, Councilman
Nathan Wyatt, Councilman
Todd Rutledge, Councilman
Sandy Adams – Councilwoman
ALSO: Kelly Shaw – Clerk
Attorney Bert Noble
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Allen welcomed everyone to the meeting of the Resaca City Council.
Councilman Todd Rutledge lead the meeting in prayer.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Mayor Allen led the council meeting in the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States flag.
Mayor Allen ask for a motion to waive the reading of the minutes from the August meeting Councilman Barton made a motion to waive the reading of the minutes. Councilman Wyatt seconded the motion. All in favor, the motion passed. Mayor Allen ask for a motion to approve the minutes from August meeting. Councilman Barton made the motion to accept the minutes. Councilwoman Adams seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed.
Reduce 2017 Trash Service Fees –
Fall Festival –
Was discussed at the work session. Everything is set and ready to go.
Sewer Project –
Robert Peoples was present at the work session. Nothing new to report. The Mayor, Council and Attorney are still trying to get all the options signed so that we can proceed.
ROAD AND STREETS
Councilman Wyatt gave a report on Streets. There are a couple more sidewalks that need repair. He has a quote, but will get a couple more before proceeding.
Lt. Jack Jenkins gave the report. The report is attached to minutes.
Councilwoman Adams report no light problems at this time.
Councilman Rutledge gave the recreation report. Report is attached.
Councilman Barton advised we need to make sure all the equipment is serviced and up to date. Maintenance Man, Randy Wheat is in the process of getting this done before winter.
FROM THE FLOOR
Mrs. Blackstock presented the council with some ideas of what could be done with the Ingle House. The Mayor and Council decided they will talk it over at the next work session and see if that is something that would benefit the town.
Mr. Earnest Rutledge presented the Mayor and Council with the opportunity to purchase a collection of civil war relics that he has acquired for many years. The Mayor said that they would like to get together and at least take a look at the collection.
Mayor Allen asked for a motion to adjourn the meeting. Councilman Wyatt made a motion to close the meeting. Councilman Rutledge seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed.