From the Decatur Daily
The Decatur City Council will consider the following during its 6 p.m. meeting Monday at City Hall:
A $20,843 contract for Coin Laundry Equipment to furnish, deliver and install two tumble dryers for the Decatur Police Department.
A $26,650 contract for Landfill Service Corp. to furnish and deliver alternate daily cover for the Landfill Department.
A zoning text amendment loosening signs restrictions in the B-5 Central Business District.
A request from Janice Simpson to annex 39 acres south of Mud Tavern Road and west of Rockwood Road Southwest.
The abatement of unsafe conditions at 608 W. Moulton St. belonging to BBVA Compass Bank.
The abatement of unsafe conditions at 1023 Sixth Ave. S.W., belonging to Angela Rollison, America’s Wholesale Lender.
The abatement of unsafe conditions at 802 Cashin St. N.W., belonging to Mary Jane Harris.
Assess a total of $9,430.53 against 2808 Lexington Ave. S.W., 1507 17th Ave. S.W., 2311 Amberly Lane S.W., 1010 Ninth Ave. S.E., 2105 Covington Lane S.W., 2212 Willow Ave. S.W., 1918 Montgomery St. S.W., 1920 Montgomery St. S.W., 1715 Betty St. S.W., 310 W. Moulton St. N.W., 1408 Locust St. S.E., 840 E. Moulton St., 905 Austin St. S.W., 125 Bluebird Lane S.W., 315 Larkwood Drive S.W., 714 Cashin St. N.W., 1031 Bedford Drive S.W., 219 Memorial Drive N.W., 1005 Sixth Ave. S.W., 305 Lafayette St. N.W., 1913 10th St. S.E., 218 Sixth Ave. S.W., and 1900 Enolam Blvd. S.E. for the cost of nuisance abatement.
Three appointments to the Medical Clinic Board.
An appointment to the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
An appointment to the Planning Commission.
A resolution to correct and clarify appointments to the Downtown Redevelopment Authority.
A $7,250.80 change order to the contract with Flagship Contracting for the Alabama 20 sewer extension.
A license for Ducks Unlimited to hold a special event Nov. 4 at 2901-D Point Mallard Circle S.E.
A resolution authorizing the Decatur-Morgan County Convention and Visitors Bureau to administer operating funds to the Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts and the Carnegie Visual Arts Center.
A resolution authorizing and directing the mayor to execute a 12-month contract with the Decatur-Morgan County Convention and Visitors Bureau in the amount of 95 percent of the city’s lodging tax.
An ordinance authorizing and directing the mayor to execute a lease agreement with the Carnegie Visual Arts Center for property at 207 Church St. N.E.
An ordinance authorizing and directing the mayor to execute a lease agreement with the Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts for property at 112 Second Ave