Upcoming Red Bank Commission Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Here is the upcoming Red Bank Board of Commissioners meeting agenda:

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.

June 17 Board of Commissioners Meeting
2. June 17 Agenda Work Session
3. June 18 Special Called Commission 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. Unfinished Business –
 
X. New Business-
 A. RESOLUTION NO. 14-985 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE
 HAMILTON COUNTY HUMANE EDUCATION SOCIETY IN THE AMOUNT OF $59,070.57
 
B. RESOLUTION NO. 14-986 - RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF RED BANK, TENNESSEE,
AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF INTEREST BEARING GENERAL OBLIGATION
CAPITAL OUTLAY NOTES, SERIES 2014, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $261,934 AND
PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF SAID NOTES
 
C. RESOLUTION NO. 14-087- A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH TALLEY
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,000,000.00
 
XI. Citizens’ Comments (From Red Bank Citizen’s regarding Red Bank business)
 
XII. Adjournment

 


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