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Here Is The Agenda For Monday’s City Council Meeting

City of Summerville
Regular Council Meeting Agenda
Monday, May 14, 2018
5:00 PM

(1) Call to order
(2) Roll Call
(3) Invocation
(4) Pledge of Allegiance
(5) Approval of meeting agenda
(6) Consent agenda (reserved)
(7) Reports and Presentations
a. Mayor’s Comments – Harry Harvey
i. Introduction of guests/visitors
ii. Other announcements/comments
Susan Stephens – Chattooga County Library
Tina Cox – Paradise Gardens 2018 Finster Fest
Dexter Blackmon – Pump issue at Buice Lane
b. Main Street – Susan Locklear
c. Code Enforcement – Joey Norton
d. Water Treatment Plant – Janice Galloway
e. Wastewater Treatment Plant – Chris Tuggle
f. Public Works/Utilities – Terry Tinney
g. Recreation – Bo Chamblee
h. Police – Stan Mosley
i. Fire – Robbie Lathem
j. City Attorney – Albert Palmour
k. City Manager – Tony

i. Financial Report (Attachment)

ii. Comments

(8) Unfinished Business

a. Consider approval of recommendation for mechanic work and
maintenance of the City of Summerville’s vehicle fleet:


(9) New Business

a. Approve Council Meeting minutes for Regular Meeting on April 9,
2018 and Special Called Meeting on April 16 ,2018:

b. Consider Approval of the application of the Jaws of Life for Fire

c. Consider approval of purchase of Tyler Content Manager – Standard
edition is $11,844 or Enterprise edition for $28,200

d. Consider approval of replacement of 660 ft. of existing sewer
main on Ramey Street at a cost of approximately $ 77,000 with
remaining funds from 2016 Bittings Ave CDBG Project:

e. Consider approval of purchase of two pumps to upgrade Martin
Street booster station for $16,791:

f. Consider approval to purchase diffused air system for digester at
Waste Water Treatment Plant – (Attachment):

g. Consider approval of Los Maguey’s as alcohol vendor for Battle of
The Bands on June 15, 2018:

h. Consider approval of a Mural on a building on the corner of E.
Washington Street and Economy Street:

i. Consider changing classification of Deputy Municipal Court Clerk
from a Grade 10 to Grade 11:

j. Consider approval of Stephanie Lathem, Deputy Municipal Court
Clerk, to be placed at Grade 11 Step J based on qualifications
with approval of classification change from a Grade 10 to Grade

k. Consider authorizing City Manager to create a policy concerning
donation distribution:

l. Consider approving a change to the cell tower lease agreement with
Verizon Wireless:

m. Discussion of FY 2018-2019 budget:

n. Council will be asked to enter into executive session to discuss
personnel issues:

(10) Public Comments
(11) Adjournment