First on the Summerville City Council’s agenda: recognize local student athletes at Monday’s city hall meeting.
According to the agenda for the meeting, which will begin at 5 PM, the council will first recognize the North Georgia Youth Football League 7-Under Indians Super Bowl Champions and Cheerleaders. Then, councilmenZachary Martin and Joe Money, Jr. will recognize Jamarious Mosteller for his accomplishment as the GHSA 2-A Triple Jump gold medal winner in Track & Field.
After those recognitions are made, the only item under old business will be further exploring a Robocall mass alert system for the city. Given its recent spat of several water outages, the city government has been researching alert systems that would allow for street-specific targeting. Chattooga County 9-1-1/EMA Director Pamela Vaughan will give the council a presentation material to that item of business.
The first item of new business will be for the council to hear a presentation from Tony Jones on details pertaining to the city’s insurance policy vis-a-vis short-term disability.
Secondly, the council will consider approving AllSouth Environmental Services Inc. for a job removing sludge from backwash ponds at the Water Treatment Plant. AllSouth was the lowest bidder to respond to the city’s public notice. In line with AllSouth’s bid, the city will likely set the maximum bill at $20,000.
The council will then review the list of alcohol license approval applications for 2019, followed by considering applying for the Georgia Department of Community Affairs’ 2019 Community Development Block Grant.
WZQZ News will have a reporter at Monday evening’s meeting to bring you all the highlights in upcoming newscasts and posts online.