Morgan County Commission
The Morgan County Commission on Tuesday:
Approved a $21,439 bid from Joe Sartain Ford for a vehicle for the probate judge.
Authorized the chairman to advertise for bids for a pickup for animal control.
Approved paying $500 to the Association of Tax Administrators for membership dues for License Commissioner Sue Baker Roan.
Approved paying $680 to King Insurance Agency Inc. for commercial crime insurance for the revenue commissioner's office.
Authorized the chairman to execute an agreement between Morgan County Area Transportation System and the Decatur Board of Education to provide transportation for middle school and high school students.
Appointed Dot Brinkley to a six-year term on the North Central Alabama Mental Retardation Board.
Approved $270 to the Association of County Engineers of Alabama for membership dues for the engineer and two employees.
Approved a $353.50 refund for Brindlee Mountain Baptist Church.
Approved certificates to subdivide or consolidate property for Greg Henry, Henry Lane in District 4.
Approved paying $495 to The Decatur Daily for advertisement in a special section.
Authorized the chairman to execute an agreement with the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs for an $80,000 grant for the county drug task force.
Approved a new position for North Park. Salary and benefits for the position will cost $40,000.
Hartselle City Council
HARTSELLE — The Hartselle City Council on Tuesday:
Rezoned 2 acres on U.S. 31 from agricultural one to business one.
Combined two part-time positions in Public Works and created a position of equipment operator.
Approved paving invoices totaling $147,257 for Shelby Contracting. The invoices were for Parker Road and Mitwede and Eubanks streets.
Approved an agreement with OCE through the Tennessee Valley Authority to supply copiers for Municipal Court, Park and Recreation and Police Department.
Announced that the city was accepting applications for one six-year term on the Personnel Board; one five-year term on the Park and Recreation Board; and four four-year terms on the Cemetery Board. The city is accepting application through Nov. 2 at City Hall at 4 p.m.
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