Upcoming Red Bank Board Of Commissioners Meeting Agenda

Monday, July 7, 2014

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

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.    July 1 Board of Commissioners Meeting
2.    July 1 Agenda Work Session

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. RESOLUTION NO. 14-988 – A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF RED BANK TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TML RISK MANAGEMENT POOL “SAFETY PARTNERS” LOSS CONTROL MATCHING GRANT PROGRAM

B. RESOLUTION NO. 14-989 – A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A DIESEL POWERED RIDING LAWN MOWER

C.    RESOLUTION NO. 14-990- A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH TURN KEY MOBILE, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $35,230 FOR THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF IN CAR VIDEO/AUDIO EQUIPMENT

XII.    Citizens’ Comments (From Red Bank Citizen’s regarding Red Bank business)

XIII. Adjournment




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