April 28th City Council MeetingUser: webmaster
Date: 5/10/2017 3:09 pm
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The Valley City Council held its second regular scheduled meeting of April on Monday, April 24th, 2017, in the Council Chambers at Valley City Hall.
Councilmember Jimmy Gilson, serving as Mayor Pro Tem in the absence of Mayor Leonard Riley, called the meeting to order at 6:00PM. The invocation was given by Councilmember Marquetta Madden and Councilmember Henry Cooper led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Councilmember Lana Wiggins was absent.
A public hearing was held prior to official council business to confirm costs of abatement of the following properties:
- 2207 67th Street
- 701 Spring Street
- 102 Dena Drive
The April 24th financial audit report for the city was given as follows:
- Checking account previous balance.................. $4,726,860.36
- Total deposits all funds............................................ $363,107.98
- Total expenditures all funds.................................... $317,315.42
- Total on-hand all funds......................................... $4,772,652.92
The following actions were taken by the city council at the April 24th meeting:
- Approved the minutes from the April 10th, 2017, council meeting
- Accepted the April 24th financial audit report
- Approved unanimously the following Resolutions on the Consent Agenda:
- Resolution 17-051R confirming costs on nuisance abatement at 102 Denna Drive
- Resolution 17-052R confirming costs on nuisance abatement at 701 Spring Street
- Resolution 17-053R confirming costs on nuisance abatement at 2207 67th Street
- Resolution 17-054R accepting property donated by Wells Fargo Bank
- Resolution 17-055R declaring a list of 17 properties as surplus real property and authorizing the selling of the properties
- Resolution 17-056R accepting the following bids for bicycles found or abandoned and declared as surplus property
- The bid from Jason A. Fuller, Lanett, Alabama, for the Panama Jack Motorized Bicycle for Ninety Two Dollars and Thirty-One Cents ($92.31)
- The bid from Joshua Newborn, Lanett, Alabama, for the Ozone 500 Ultra Shock 7 Speed Bike for Twenty One Dollars ($21.00)
- The bid from Eric Kennedy, Deatsville, Alabama for the 2002 Yamaha TTR225 Dirt Bike for Seven Hundred and Two Dollars and One Cent ($702.01), the Canyon Ridge Mountain Bike for Twenty Dollars and One Cent ($20.01), the Mongoose Outer Limit 20” Bike for Ten Dollars ($10.00), The Schwinn Fiesta Girl’s Bike for Twenty Dollars and One Cent ($20.01), the Pacifica Ultra V Bike for Twenty Dollars and One Cent ($20.01), the NEXT Power Climber Bike for Twenty Dollars and One Cent ($20.01), the Pacific Evolution 18 Speed Bike for Twenty Dollars and One Cent ($20.01), Rhino Outreach 21 Speed Bike for Twenty Dollars and One Cent ($20.01), and the Huffy Shamino Bike for Twenty Dollars and One Cent ($20.01) for a combined total of Eight Hundred Fifty Two Dollars and Eight Cents ($852.01) for the nine bicycles
The mayor pro tem announced the second city council meeting in May would be May 15th instead of May 22nd
Mayor Pro Tem Gilson adjourned the council meeting at 6:15PM on this the 24th day of April 2017.