Red Bank City Council Agenda For Tuesday

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Here is the upcoming Red Bank City Council agenda for Tuesday at 7 p.m.:

I. Call to Order – Mayor John Roberts

 
II. Roll Call – City Manager Randall Smith
 
___ Mayor Roberts ___ Vice Mayor Floy Pierce ___ Commissioner Causer ___ Commissioner Eddie Pierce
 
III. Invocation –
 
IV. Pledge of Allegiance –
 
V. Consideration of the Minutes for Correction or Approval
1. March 18, 2014 Board of Commissioners Meeting
2.
March 18, 2014 Agenda Work Session
3. March 18, 2014 Beer Board Meeting
 
VI. City Manager’s Report
 
VII. Communication from the Mayor
 
VIII. Commissioner’s Report
A. Vice Mayor Floy Pierce
B. Commissioner Causer
C. Commissioner Eddie Pierce
 
IX. Awards and Recognition
 
X. Unfinished Business –
 
XI. New Business-
A. AGENDA ITEM 14-805 – AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO SIGN A TEMPORARY
CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT AGREEMENT FOR COMMERCE STREET EXTENSION
 
B. AGENDA ITEM 14-806 – AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO SIGN A TEMPORARY
CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT AGREEMENT FOR REPAIRS TO STRINGERS BRANCH
 
C. ORDINANCE NO. 12-967 – AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF RED BANK, TENNESSEE,
ABANDONING THE OLD TOM WEATHERS DRIVE RIGHT-OF-WAY (FIRST READING)
 
D. ORDINANCE NO. 12-968 – AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF RED BANK, TENNESSEE,
ABANDONING A CERTAIN SECTION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY ON OLD MORRISON SPRINGS
ROAD (FIRST READING)
 
E. RESOLUTION NO. 14-970 – A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE FY 2014 OPERATING BUDGET TO APPROPRIATE DONATION FUNDING FOR THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
 
F. RESOLUTION NO. 14-971 – A RESOLUTION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 2015
GHSO IMPAIRED DRIVING GRANT PROGRAM
 
XII. Citizens’ Comments (From Red Bank Citizen’s regarding Red Bank business)
 
XIII. Adjournment

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