City Council Minutes

 

City Council Meeting Minutes

June 28, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, Councilmember Bowles, Councilmember Cole and Councilmember McRae.  Absent: Councilmember Clendenning.  With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda with the addition of 10 g. Resolution-Surplus Vehicles PW and FD. Councilmember Bowles made the motion with number 10g. This was seconded by Councilmember McRae.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of June 14, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Tax Delinquency – Last delinquency was paid and is delinquent again. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to send a letter and set up a hearing at the next meeting.

 

Resolution – Voter’s List Appointee – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember McRae to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Resolution – Appointing Election Officers 2016 Election – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Resolution – Establishing the Use of Electronic Vote Counting Devices – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the resolution.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Ordinance – Setting Qualification Fees – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to set aside the rules for immediate passage and adoption of the ordinance. Upon a roll call vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded:

Mayor Pro-Tem Warren – yea                          Councilmember McRae – yea                       Councilmember Cole – yea

Councilmember Bowles – yea                          Mayor Willis – yea

Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren to leave the fee set at $50.00. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Planning Commission Appt. – Mayor Willis advised of the appointment of Dale Harbin to the Planning Commission effective immediately due to the resignation of Brad Campbell.

 

Planning Commission Hearing on Variance – Council Vote – The Planning Commission met and voted in favor of the petition for variance presented by Brian Bunn for Cheryl and Kenneth Boyd in the Medders Subdivision to replace a burned mobile home with a new mobile home with three provisions (1) Sell existing singlewide across the street within one year of new home being placed onsite (2) Underpin the new home (3) Grade and clean up the property from all debris before new home is installed a high end 2016 new doublewide. A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Councilmember McRae to approve the variance requested by the Planning Commission with the three stipulations. In a discussion Mayor Pro-Tem Warren stated he does not feel it fits for a variance and will open up for lawsuits. Upon a roll call vote, the following votes were recorded:

Mayor Pro-Tem Warren – nay                         Councilmember McRae – yea                        Councilmember Cole - yea

Councilmember Bowles - yea                          Mayor Willis – yea

Yeas: Four; Nays: One

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Resolution – Surplus Vehicles PW & FD – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis advised the sound equipment is in and hooked up for the Spirit of Weaver. He also commends Officer Kane and Chief Bunn on a forced entry in to a house fire and saved three elderly occupants.

 

Ladies from Buckhorn Subdivision were concerned about street lights. They were advised the underground electrical was up to Mr. Angel to install poles before lights could be added.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST:

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer





 

City Council Meeting Minutes

July 12, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, Councilmember Bowles, and Councilmember Cole. Absent: Councilmember Clendenning and McRae.  With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda with the addition of 10 g. Resolution-Surplus Vehicles PW and FD. Councilmember Bowles made the motion with number 10g. This was seconded by Councilmember McRae.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of June 28, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Tax Delinquency – Last delinquency was paid and is delinquent again. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to send a letter and set up a hearing at the next meeting.

 

Resolution – Purchasing 2016 Ford Interceptor – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember McRae to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Resolution – Surplus of Bulldozer – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Planning Commission Appt. – Mayor Willis advised of the appointment of Dale Harbin to the Planning Commission effective immediately due to the resignation of Brad Campbell.

 

Planning Commission Hearing on Variance – Council Vote – The Planning Commission met and voted in favor of the petition for variance presented by Brian Bunn for Cheryl and Kenneth Boyd in the Medders Subdivision to replace a burned mobile home with a new mobile home with three provisions (1) Sell existing singlewide across the street within one year of new home being placed onsite (2) Underpin the new home (3) Grade and clean up the property from all debris before new home is installed a high end 2016 new doublewide. A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Councilmember McRae to approve the variance requested by the Planning Commission with the three stipulations. In a discussion Mayor Pro-Tem Warren stated he does not feel it fits for a variance and will open up for lawsuits. Upon a roll call vote, the following votes were recorded:

Mayor Pro-Tem Warren – nay                         Councilmember McRae – yea                        Councilmember Cole - yea

Councilmember Bowles - yea                          Mayor Willis – yea

Yeas: Four; Nays: One

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Resolution – Surplus Vehicles PW & FD – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis advised the sound equipment is in and hooked up for the Spirit of Weaver. He also commends Officer Kane and Chief Bunn on a forced entry in to a house fire and saved three elderly occupants.

 

Ladies from Buckhorn Subdivision were concerned about street lights. They were advised the underground electrical was up to Mr. Angel to install poles before lights could be added.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST:

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

July 26, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren,  Clendenning, Bowles, and Councilmember Cole.  Absent: Councilmember McRae.  With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember Clendenning made the motion to adopt the agenda with the removal of item 10 a., seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted with the removal of item 10a.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of July 26, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Public Works – Public Works Director, Joey Conger gave an update on the lights in Buckhorn Subdivision on Andrew Drive. He advised that Logan with Alabama Power stated once the poles are there, he is to install light.

 

Councilmember Bowles  - Requested a speed limit sign across from 494 Andrew Drive.

 

Councilmember Clendenning – Movie night in the park – Star Wars tentative August 27th.

 

Authorizing Mayor to Sign Letter – ADA Transition Plans/ADA Self Evaluation – A motion was made by Councilmember Clendenning seconded by Councilmember Bowles to authorize the Mayor to sign the letter. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas; All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Tax Delinquency – Taxpayer is delinquent again. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole to set up a meeting on August 09, 2016 to discuss the options.

 Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis advised the old senior citizens building was burned. He commended the public works and fire department on their ability to burn and clean up. He also congratulated the council on the election. He advised the mail outs are running behind and the road project is delayed – school starts soon and there is a meeting scheduled with the school officials. There has been a discussion on bulk pick-up for organic materials to add $1.00 to water bills inside city limits and $2.00 outside city limits. The money would be earmarked for public works equipment.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST:

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

August 09, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, August 09, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, Councilmembers Clendenning, Bowles, Cole and McRae  Absent: None.  With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember Clendenning made the motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of July 26, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Tax Delinquency –There is a unconfirmed payment by the taxpayer. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole to table the item for confirmation of the payment. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed.

 

ABC off Premise Wine – Brew N’ Vape – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by
Councilmember Cole to approve the name change and ABC off Premise Wine – approval to offer craft beer, wine and cheese. Upon a roll call vote, the following votes were recorded: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren – aye
Councilmember McRae – aye
                          Councilmember Cole – aye                        Councilmember Bowles - aye

Councilmember - Clendenning – abstain       Mayor Willis – aye

Ayes: Five; Nays: None; Abstentions: One

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis advised the road project is well underway and the concrete is being poured tonight so the road will not be open tomorrow. He further advised the intersection is next and will take 3 weeks or 45 days it should be completed by the 2nd week in November. The budget should be ready for the council by the next meeting then will be set to approve by the first meeting in September.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST:

 

 

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

August 23, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, August 23, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, Councilmembers Clendenning, Bowles, Cole and McRae  Absent: None.  With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember Bowles made the motion to adopt the agenda with the amendment to add #10.B. Resolution 2016-11 and remove #9a., seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of August 23, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Tax Delinquency – Taxpayer paid item removed.

 

Resolution – Street Light – A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember McRae to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the resolution was adopted.

 

Spirit of Weaver-Committee Report – Aletha Young asked for volunteers to put up banners, put out signs on Tuesday, ice in coolers for bands and bales of hay. She also asked for three cases of water.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis discussed the road project, sound boards in the center and playground and pavilion for monument for band – Mr. Veasey.

 

Councilmember Clendenning – Employee appreciation on Friday before Labor Day with lunch and the rest of the day off. There was no council opposition.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST:

 

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

September 13, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, September 13, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, Councilmembers Clendenning, Bowles, Cole and McRae  Absent: None.  With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember Clendenning made the motion to adopt the agenda with the amendment to add #10.C. Tax Delinquency, seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of August 23, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember McRae to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Budget - A motion was made by Councilmember Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember McRae to accept the proposed budget with a 4% increase in insurance due to an upcoming increase in the new fiscal year. Upon a roll call vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded:

Mayor Pro-Tem Warren – yea          Councilmember McRae – yea                          Councilmember Cole – yea

Councilmember Bowles – yea          Councilmember Clendenning - yea                 Mayor Willis – yea

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the budget was adopted.

A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren to drop steps 1-2 on the Clerk and Laborer pay scales and so the starting salary will be $10.00 per hour or more and send to the Civil Service Board for approval. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

 

Audit Presentation – Annette Markham presented the 2015 audit with a clean statement and she stated the City is moving in a positive direction.

 

2016-03 Ordinance Amendment 1-96 Building Permit Fees – This amendment allows for collection fee of $1.00 for the state on building permits on commercial buildings only.

 

Tax Delinquency – A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Councilmember McRae to set up hearing for the next meeting. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays None.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis gave his compliments to the Fire Department on their pancake breakfast. He also gave thanks to Aletha Young and Carla Williams on their work on Heritage Day and to all Councilmembers as this was the first time all were in attendance. Mayor Willis spoke on the road project – equipment will be working tomorrow.

Councilmember Clendenning – He gave thanks to Aletha Young for her work on Heritage Day.

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST:

 

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

September 27, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, September 27, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, Councilmembers Clendenning, Bowles and Cole. Absent: Councilmember McRae. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember Clendenning made the motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of September 13, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Tax Delinquency – The tax delinquency was resolved however, the business was delinquent again. A motion was made by Councilmember Clendenning, seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren to set up hearing and send a letter for the next meeting. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays None.

 

Proclamation-Domestic Violence Awareness Month (Second Chance). – Mayor Willis presented Second Chance with a proclamation in awareness of domestic violence month.

 

MIS Agreement Resolution 2016-12 - A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Warren, seconded by Councilmember Clendenning to approve the resolution and authorize Mayor Willis to sign agreement.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis presented gift cards to Aletha Young and Carla Williams for their work on Heritage Day. The cards were gifts from the Mayor and Council.

Councilmember Bowles held a contest on leather items councilmember Bowles he makes and Keith Turner won $100.00 and donated it and an additional $100.00 to the fire department. The Mayor announced the power will be off on Wednesday due to Alabama Power working on the poles/lines. He further announced that on the road project, the pipe is in and are waiting on the contractor. Saturday at noon Buckhorn Marketplace is having a burger cook off. The BMX (gate on top is closed due to a safety issue). The Council discussed their options on closing/or keeping it open. If keep the BMX track open it could cost $5,000-$15,000 for up keep. They suggested speaking to Wig Bikes before making a decision and will bring his findings back to the council.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST:

 

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

October 11, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, October 11, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Councilmember McRae, Bowles and Cole. Absent: Mayor Pro-Tem Warren and Councilmember Clendenning. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember McRae made the motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of September 27, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Councilmember McRae to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Tax Delinquency – The tax delinquency was resolved and paid in full.

 

New Business – None.

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Mayor Willis announced the Christmas Parade will be the first Saturday in December.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis announced the topper is down on the road, but will not handle the weight of trucks. The fiber optic wires run in the center of a drain pipe and due to this the project is at a standstill. Civil Service Board did vote to make the changes on the pay scale to start at $10.04. The drought has not caused a problem at this time.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST:

 

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

October 25, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, October 25, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Councilmember McRae, Bowles and Cole Mayor Pro-Tem Warren and Councilmember Clendenning. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember Clendenning made the motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of October 11, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Police Department - Chief Bush advised of the increase in radio fees in 2018. Increase rate in a five year plan. There will need to be more budgeted for radios.

Councilmember Cole – requested 2 speed limit signs on O’Leary and Woodlock pending adjustment of changes of the speed limit to 30 mph and lower speed limit in neighborhoods to 20 mph.

Councilmember Clendenning – road maybe paved next week and work on the trail to begin. 

 

Tax Delinquency – The taxpayer is again delinquent. A motion was made by Councilmember Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to send the taxpayer a letter.

 

New BusinessSick Leave Donation Policy – The council has decided in the future the request for donation will come to the Mayor’s office for approval up to 80 hours with doctors slip only. The request must meet with Civil Service Board regulations and if not satisfied with Mayor’s decision then can be appealed to the Council.

City Attorney – Mayor request of Council to authorize him to shop for another attorney for the city. A motion was made by Councilmember Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to authorize Mayor Willis to shop for another attorney for the city. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Aletha Young requested to pick up the city credit card on Monday to purchase ribbons for Christmas wreaths.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis announced if no work on the road next Wednesday – the road will be opened.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Clendenning to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

November 08, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, November 08, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Councilmembers Bowles, Cole and Warren and Mayor Pro-Tem Clemdenning. Absent: Councilmember McRae. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember Warren made the motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of October 25, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Police Department - Chief Bush advised the department has received a grant in the amount of $4000.00 and will purchase thermal imagers with the grant money. He also advised in the next couple of months he will need to purchase a new vehicle to replace the 2013 vehicle he will need to surplus.

 

Fire Department – Chief Bunn advised the department also received a grant and will purchase 6 sets of turnout gear in the amount of $72,000. The grant is a 90/10 match.

 

Speed Limit – Councilmember Warren decided to table the item until the next meeting.

 

Tax Delinquency – The taxpayer is once again resolved at this time.

 

City Attorney – Mayor Willis advised that Jason Odom agreed to work for the city at $75.00 per hour.

 

New Business – Day After Thanksgiving Holiday – A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to give employees the 26 of November as a holiday. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: Six; Nays: One.

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Mayor Willis advised Jack Hurlbutt will bring tractors for the parade and still waiting to hear on antique cars.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis announced on Thursday night the high school will have a pep rally in the park at 6:00 p.m. in support of the football team in the playoffs.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Clendenning to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST

 

________________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

November 22, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, November 22, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Councilmembers McRae, Bowles, Cole and Warren and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made the motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of November 07, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session and November 08, 2016 Organizational Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Warren to adopt the minutes as presented.

Councilmember Warren advised he and Councilmember Cole attended a meeting with the Ladiga Trail Committee. The next meeting is scheduled for December 08 at 5:30. The Committee wants each entity to put in money on the upkeep.

Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning requested a letter to be sent to the high school coaches in congratulations on behalf of the Mayor and Council. 

 

Speed Limit – Councilmember Warren stated the speed limit would have to be an amendment to state code street by street. Possible pedestrian signs. Councilmember Warren requested to leave the item tabled. Mayor Willis requested the item to remain tabled until January 2017 to allow time for research.

 

New Business – Resolution 2017-02 to surplus 2013 Dodge Charger (PD) – A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the resolution was adopted. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning discussed the option of selling the equipment in the vehicles to be sold separately.

 

Resolution 2017-01 to purchase 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe (PD) – A motion was made by Councilmember McRae, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the resolution.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the resolution was adopted. 

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis congratulated the police department on a good job on the robbery.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Clendenning to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

December 13, 2016

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, December 13, 2016, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Councilmembers McRae, Bowles, Cole and Warren and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made the motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of December 13, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember McRae, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

Chief Bush- PD – announced the bulldozer (a LESO purchase -1033 program) was sold on Gov Deals for a little over $85,000 the cities portion will be $76,050. He further said he would request Battlecreek to approve any funds spent from the proceeds of the sale.

Councilmember Warren – discussed the ADA Paratransit – he stated there were no riders and there should not be any bills sent from East Alabama Planning Commission. He also discussed the Ladiga Trail and a verbal commitment to lower the speed limit in the Shannon Hills area only from 25 to 20 in the first meeting in January 2017.

Tax Delinquency – The council decided to send the taxpayer a letter for the next meeting.

Digital Sign for City Hall/Police Department Complex – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning to research wireless –multi color 4×8 turnkey. The auditor is checking on using LESO funds.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis announced the city will stay with East Alabama Planning Commission for six months. Brian Bunn to check on zoning for Smoking Joes and Fast Mart.  He also announced the Mayor’s lunch went well and the burn order has been lifted

Mayor Willis appointed Councilmembers Warren and Cole to the Chief Ladiga Committee.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Clendenning to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer







City Council Meeting Minutes

January 10, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, January 10, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Councilmembers, Bowles, Cole and Warren and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: Councilmember McRae. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made the motion to adopt the agenda with the addition of Citizen Awards 10 b. under new business, seconded by Councilmember Cole with the addition. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted with the addition.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of December 13, 2016 Work Session and Regular Session and December 27, 2016-no quorum. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Honorary Citizen Awards – Mayor Willis presented 2 honorary citizens’ awards to Cary Hurst – Manager of Zoe’s on the Lake. He cooked Christmas dinner for over 100 people whom would otherwise not have dinner. Taylor Ford – Manager of Buckhorn Marketplace for his customer service over and above to the community during the icy weather event.

 

Tax Delinquency – The council decided to send the taxpayer a letter for the next meeting.

 

Speed Limit Ordinance – Ordinance number 2017-03 to lower speed limit in the Shannon Hills area. A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to set aside the rules for immediate passage of the ordinance. Upon a roll call vote the following votes were recorded:          Councilmember Warren – yea

Councilmember Cole – yea               Councilmember Bowles – yea                          Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – yea

Mayor Willis – yea             Yeas: Six; Nays: None.      The Mayor announced the motion was adopted.

A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole for immediate passage of Ordinance #2017-03. There was no discussion and all yeas. The Mayor announced the motion passed.   

 

Digital Sign for City Hall/Police Department Complex – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning recommends 10-12 mm pixels for the sign.

 

ADA Paratransit-Resolution 2017-03 – A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning to adopt the resolution to participate in the program and agree to appoint Councilmember Warren as the representative to the Transit Advisory Board transit system. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded. Yeas: all; Nays: None. The Mayor announced the motion passed and the resolution was adopted.

 

Spirit of Weaver – Easter Egg Hunt – April 15th. Lions Club will smoke boston butts.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis commended the employees on the weather event cleanup.

 

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

January 24, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, McRae and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis turned the meeting over to Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning but, still retain voting privileges. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. Councilmember Bowles made the motion to adopt the agenda with the deletion of Tax Delinquency 9 a. under old business, seconded by Councilmember Warren with the deletion. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor Pro-Tem announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted with the deletion.

 

Minutes – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of January 10, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor Pro-Tem announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Wells – Joey Conger, Public Works Director, discussed with the Council, the issues with well 3 and the need to proceed with repairs. If well 3 goes down the pit will need to be opened.  A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to authorize Mr. Conger to proceed with the repairs and to authorize the City Clerk to pay up to $35,000.00 from savings.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. The Mayor Pro-Tem announced the motion passed. There was a discussion for the need to increase water bills 4-5%.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning announced the MPO approved the $85,000.00 needed to cover the extra funds on the trail project.  He further announced the World Changers will be taking applications for home owners-low income has $10,000.00 to spend on home repairs. The application can be picked up and returned to City Hall.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

February 14, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, February 14, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, McRae and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the agenda as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the agenda was adopted as presented.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of February 14, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember McRae to adopt the minutes as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Old Business - Wells

Well 2 – Joey Conger, Public Works Director, discussed with the Council, the issues with well 2. It went down and was solely reliant on the pit. He stated he was expecting bad news on the well, could be cave in or dry. The company working on it will run camera to determine.  Mr. Conger will have some idea on this well at the next meeting.

Well 3.  The price for repairs was over approval of $35,000.00. It is now at $39,000.00 for new motor and pump.

Well 1.  Mayor Willis had received information that this well was closed because of cave in and pumping sand.

 

New Business - None

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis stated there will be a Planning Commission meeting on February 21, 2017 at 6:30.

A motion was made by MPT Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to accept bid packages on a 3x5 12 or 16 mm City Hall Complex sign. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. Mayor Willis announced the motion passed.

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

February 28, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, McRae and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the agenda as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the agenda was adopted as presented.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of February 28, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember McRae to adopt the minutes as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Old Business - Wells

Well 2 – Joey Conger, Public Works Director, discussed with the Council, the need for approval for payment from savings. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Warren to pay invoice in the amount of $15,884.00 from savings. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. The Mayor announced the motion passed.

Well 3.  Quote sheet–pulled pump & motor at the cost of $6912.00.

 

New Business

 

Resolution-Tranportation Planning Process  - A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to pass the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.  The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Tax Delinquency – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to send a letter to the delinquent taxpayer and schedule a discussion for the next step at the next meeting.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis announced a special called work session on March 07, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. to discuss the well issues and water rates.  He further asked the council to have a recommended plan in place based on an 8-10 year plan on wells. He further announced there will be a new business coming into the old grocery store. There will be a Planning Commission meeting immediately following the regular meeting. 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Cole to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

March 14, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: Councilmember McRae. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the agenda with the amendment to remove item 9b. Tax Delinquency as this is no longer an item since it has been paid.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the agenda was adopted with the amendment.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of February 28, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session and March 08, 2017 Special Called Work session. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Old Business - Wells

 

Wells, Rates/Set Public Hearing –A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole  to bring proposals to a public hearing on April 11, 2017 to discuss the “Water System Maintenance Fee to be held in lieu of work session:  Upon vote of the motion the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Tax Delinquency-Item was paid and removed from agenda.

 

New Business

 

Statement of Economic Interest Forms due May 1, 2017 – Teresa Dishman, City Clerk provided information and advised the Council of the upcoming due date.

 

Councilmember Warren will review riders for the TAB and discuss at the next meeting.

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Aletha Young asked for money to purchase Easter candy. A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to allow the Spirit of Weaver Committee to purchase up to $150.00 in candy. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. The Mayor announced the motion passed to discontinue.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis made a motion, seconded by Councilmember Cole to pull the Weaver City App due to the cost and not enough participation. Upon vote of the motion the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. The Mayor announced the motion passed.

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Cole to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

March 28, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, McRae and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Warren to adopt the agenda with the amendment to add 10b.Tax Delinquency. Item approved by the second.  Upon vote of the motion including the addition, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the agenda was adopted with the amendment.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of March 14, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember McRae to adopt the minutes as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Fire Department – A request was made to see what can be done about the house on the corner of Shamrock and Parker Blvd that burned. Chief Bunn stated he will have to check with the owner to see what can be done with the house.

 

Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – There is a meeting scheduled on the 5th with the road project group about the punch list.

 

Old Business

 

Water Rates/Maintenance Fee – to be discussed at the public hearing on the 11th of April.

 

 

TAB riders-Councilmember Warren was unable to obtain the information that was needed. He requested the item be tabled until the next meeting.

 

Recognize Mikailie Caulder – She was recognized for her participation in the ACTE Technology presentation at Jacksonville State University. Mayor and Council presented her with a certificate.

 

New Business

Resolution #2017-06-Economic Development-Exile Armory and the City of Weaver- Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion, seconded by Councilmember Warren to adopt the resolution. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed to adopt the Resolution and has been completed according with the requirements and an agreement to be signed by the City of Weaver and Exile Armory.

 

Tax Delinquency – A hearing is set for the next meeting April 11th at 4:30 p.m.

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Aletha Young announced the Easter Egg Hunt will be Saturday at 11:00 in the Elwell Park.

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis announced the Public Hearing will be held April 11 at 4:00 p.m. Door hangers will go out to each house when meters are read as a reminder of the Public Hearing.

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Cole to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

April 11, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, McRae and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. A motion was made by Councilmember McRae, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the agenda. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of March 28, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes as presented. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Public Works Director, Joey Conger – announced the signs for the subdivision project on speed limit change are underway.

 

Councilmember Cole  - Advised that the Trail meeting had been rescheduled for next week.

 

Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – Advised of the meeting about the punch list on the road project and they have four weeks to accomplish.

 

Old Business

 

Water Rates/Maintenance Fee – A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning to add a $5.00 water system maintenance fee to the monthly water bill to be used by the Water Department for the wells and water system maintenance. Upon a roll call vote, the following votes were recorded: Councilmember Warren – yea                           Councilmember McRae – yea                       Councilmember Cole – yea

Councilmember Bowles – yea                          Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – yea             Mayor Willis – yea

Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed to add the fee.

 

TAB riders-Councilmember Warren advised the riders inside city limits up to 2400.

 

Tax Delinquency – Item was paid.

 

New Business

 

Agreement with County to purchase Sign Material – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to authorize Mayor Willis to enter into an agreement to purchase 75 stop signs and 75 posts at a cost of $2464.00. Upon vote of the motion the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Aletha Young announced the need for Easter egg hiders to be there 9:15-9:30.   

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Cole to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

April 25, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, McRae and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: CM McRae. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the agenda. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of April 11, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the minutes with a correction of 24 riders instead of 2400. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Public Works Director, Joey Conger – advised the council that well 2 is running at 100 gallons a minute and Well 3 is running. Well test site will be an early 2018 project.

 

Councilmember Cole  - Advised that the Trail meeting will be in May.

 

Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – Asked about a free car wash in 2-3 weeks. Will submit request in writing.

 

Old Business

 

Water Rates/Maintenance Fee – A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt ordinance 2017-04. Upon a roll call vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Councilmember Warren – yea            Councilmember Cole – yea                        Councilmember Bowles – yea

Yeas: All ; Nays: None.

A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to set aside the rules for immediate passage of ordinance 2017-04.

Upon a roll call vote, the following votes were recorded: Councilmember Warren – yea    Councilmember Cole-yea            Councilmember Bowles – yea                     Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – yea                            Mayor Willis – yea

Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed to add the fee.

 

 

Tax Delinquency – Item was paid.

 

New Business

 

City Hall Complex Sign Bids – The bid was awarded to Sign Works Pro., the lowest bidder in the amount of $22,889. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to accept the bid by Sign Works Pro. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: Four; Nays: One.

Resolution 2017-06 Sales Tax Holiday for Back to School – A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the resolution to participate in the Back to School sales tax holiday.

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Aletha Young thanked Kim Chaka for her help with the Easter egg hunt. She also announced a meeting on May 09 immediately following the Council meeting.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis announced the Road construction is still working on punch list. Exile Armory moving into old grocery store. New business on hwy 21: The Pool Dr.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Clendenning to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

May 09, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, May 09, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, McRae and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to adopt the agenda. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of April 25, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Public Works Director, Joey Conger – advised the council that they are waiting on Oxford truck for assistance to put up post for signs. Also, both wells are running and both have new flow meters and valve.

 

Fire Department, Chief Brian Bunn – advised the council that the 2 year service check was performed on both engines and they need brakes @ $15,000 for both and should last 3-5 years borrowing no problems.

 

Councilmember Warren – advised there were 12 TAB riders last month.

 

Councilmember McRae – Thanked Chief Bunn for handling neighborhood yards.

 

Councilmember Cole – Advised the council a neighbor lady had passed away and she has several rental properties that are not being cared for.

 

Old Business – None.

 

New Business

 

Tax Delinquency – It was decided by council to send a letter to tax payer to advise of intentions that at the next meeting a hearing date will be set if not paid.

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Aletha Young announced there will be a meeting immediate following the council meeting.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis announced the WHS cheerleaders will put on “Dancing with the Stars” on Friday at 6 p.m. and seats are $10.00. He also advised that he and Brian Bunn, Building and Zoning met with the City Attorney today in reference to being more aggressive on properties that lawns have to be cut by the City and more aggressive on City Ordinances such as nuisance. Exile Armory will have grand opening on June 02. 

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Clendenning to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer



 

City Council Meeting Minutes

May 23, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, McRae and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Bowles to adopt the agenda. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of May 09, 2017, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Fire Department, Chief Bunn – Presented the council with monthly report and updated on the brake work presently being done on the engine.

 

Public Works Director, Joey Conger - Spoke with the council in the work session on Mosquito Sprayer, spray, and sign post ram.

 

Councilmember Bowles – A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles, seconded by Councilmember Cole to purchase 10 radios and 5 tazers for the Police Department in the amount of $42,800.00 from the Leso Fund. The department will keep old radios for parts. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – He commended Joey Conger on his participation on the road project, keeping everything in line and the bump in the road by the trail.

 

Councilmember Warren – advised there were 12 TAB riders last month.

 

Councilmember McRae – Thanked Chief Bunn for handling neighborhood yards.

 

Councilmember Cole – Advised the council a neighbor lady had passed away and she has several rental properties that are not being cared for.

 

Old Business

 

Tax Delinquency – Mayor Willis advised that the tax delinquency had been resolved.

 

New Business

Carport for the Park - A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Cole to purchase a 20 by 40 up to $4,000.00. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: Five: Nays: None: Abstention: One-Stating personal reason due to violation.

 

Sign Post Ram - A tool used to install sign post and multiple uses at a cost of $6,850.00 and a small jack at a cost of $750.00. A motion was made by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, seconded by Councilmember Warren to purchase the package. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Mosquito Sprayer and Chemical – A motion was made by Councilmember Cole, seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning to purchase the Sprayer and chemical. The cost of the Sprayer is $7,986.00 and the chemical is $2850.00. The sprayer can be put on and taken off the truck. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All: Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed.

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Aletha Young announced there was no report.

 

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Willis asked Public Works Director, Joey Conger to patch up the basketball goals for shaping up. He further announced Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning will obtain a price on paving Meharg Street from Oil Trust funds. 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Cole to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer

 



City Council Meeting Minutes

June 13, 2017

Weaver, Alabama

 

 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.

 

Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Cole, Warren, and McRae. Absent: Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.

 

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.

 

Agenda – A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles to remove Item D (Pitney Bowes Lease Agreement) and replace with ‘Delinquent Tax Payer.’ It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.

 

Minutes – Mayor Willis asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of May 23, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. A motion was made by Councilmember Warren, seconded by Councilmember McRae.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.

 

Public Works Director, Joey Conger – Discussed ordering a steam cleaner in the amount of $3055.00 + $488.61 S&H for a total amount of $3538.61 (Capital Expense). A motion was made by Councilmember Bowles to purchase the steam cleaner and it was seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

 

The following topics were also discussed:

 

Mosquito sprayer is here and program started.

 

$3015.00 for sealing the tennis courts and basketball courts where the food vendors will be.

 

6-8 inches short on mulch in play area…will check on price.

 

Discussion was made about where to take leaf and limbs. It can be taken to Jacksonville for $20.00 per load, but no processed wood. Citizens will need to be educated that they will need to make 2 separate piles.

 

Speed limit sign project is complete. No citations were issued in the area.

 

Fire Department, Chief Brian Bunn – Advised the council that repairs have been made to engines.

 

Business & Zoning, Chief Brian Bunn – Requested permission to cut the grass at the property of Caroline. A motion was made by Councilmember Cole and seconded by Councilmember Warren. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

 

Councilmember Warren – Advised there was an increase in Paratransit riders.

 

Councilmember Bowles – Made a motion to authorize Mayor to approve a 2 step raise on employee Billy Scott Barrett with the approval of Department Heads. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole.

 

Old Business – None.

 

New Business - A letter was written to the County requesting the repaving of Meharg and was approved.

 

Code Enforcement Procedures – Discussion was made to take the 2nd verbal warning out pertaining to ‘Conditions of Property,’ which allowed an extra 30 days to resolve. After 15 days, a citation will be issued.

 

In regards to Victory Fuels property, a letter was sent by an attorney to fix the property. They have until the end of the month to respond.

 

Tax Delinquency – It was discussed to set up a Delinquent Tax hearing for the next meeting. A motion was made by Councilmember Cole and seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.

 

 

Spirit of Weaver Committee Report – Aletha Young announced there will be a meeting immediate following the council meeting.

 

Mayor’s Report – Start budget soon. Hire 2 part-time employees to clean up city trash. The pay will be minimum wage with no benefits. Request road signs throughout the city to recognize track accomplishment.

 

With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Councilmember Cole to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.

 

 

________________________________

Mayor Wayne Willis

 

 

ATTEST_________________________

Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer

 





City Council Meeting Minutes
August 8, 2017
Weaver, Alabama
 
 

The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, August 8, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, Cole, and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: Councilmember McRae. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to accept the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Councilmember Bowles asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of July 25, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Public Works – 3 out of 4 of the track team signs are up. The other one will be in this week.
 
Mulch is completed. Sod is down and looks well. The park is looking good.
 
The property at 419 Wexford was cleared through probate last Thursday.
 
Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – Movie night went great. There was a good turnout…suggested having movie night 2 times next year.
 
 
Ordinance – Ordinance #17-06 is tabled and the first meeting for discussion will be in September.
 
Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to purchase the M-7040 Kubota Tractor…Only the front-end loader for the tractor is needed. The total price is $7200.00. It was seconded by Councilmember Warren. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
Spirit of Weaver – Flyers are made up and need to be placed at City Hall & the Meeting Center.
 
With no further business coming before the Council a motion for adjournment was made by Mayor Councilmember Bowles to adjourn.  The meeting was duly adjourned.
 
 
________________________________
Mayor Wayne Willis
 
 
ATTEST_________________________
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer
 

 

 

 

City Council Meeting Minutes
August 22, 2017
Weaver, Alabama

 
 
The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, August 22, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, Cole, McRae, and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Councilmember Bowles made a motion to accept the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of August 8, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Public Works Director, Joey Conger –Public Works ordered signs for school time change (4) - then will change out the stop signs.
 
Building & Zoning, Brian Bunn - Delinquent Tax Payer. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to send letter and set up hearing. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
419 Wexford – No Legal Owner
 
Victory Fuels (Mapco) set for demo date Sept 6.
 
Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – Establish school zone for elementary school…will obtain prices. It will be divided with the school and JD Hess.
 
Ordinance 17-06 Driveway Construction  - Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion for the driveway ordinance to remain tabled. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded. Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
2017-2018 Budget - Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to pass the budget with the change of the Civil Service Board secretary out of council expenses to carry the secretary pay. It was seconded by Councilmember Warren. Upon a roll call vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded:
Councilmember Warren – Yea         Councilmember McRae - Yea                          Councilmember Cole – Yea
Councilmember Bowles – Yea         Mayor Pro-Tem – Yea                                       Mayor Willis - Yea
Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed and the budget was adopted with the changes.
 
Fire Department Budget - $6,000 Fire Program to be approved by council before purchase.
 
Spirit of Weaver – Everything is going good.
 

City Council Meeting Minutes
September 12, 2017
Weaver, Alabama

 
 
The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, Cole, McRae, and Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to accept the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Councilmember Bowles asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of August 22, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Public Works – Inspection for ADEM – good report.
 
School signs were changed today.
 
Requesting approval for trade-in on backhoe for a new one. (A little short of $40,000.00.) Mayor Pro-Tem made a motion to move forward with the approval. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed.
 
Fire Department – Annual Fire Fundraising for Fire Department… $900.00 - $920.00.
 
Business & Zoning – Victory Fuels has been cleared.
 
Councilmember Warren – Employees done a good job and Lions Club made double.
 
Councilmember Cole – New carport was good and the music was good.
 
Solar school signs – Working on agreements.
 
Delinquent Taxpayer - Councilmember McRae made a motion to send letter. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. 
The Mayor announced the motion passed.
 
New Business – Discussion was made about paving the walking trail – Less than $20,000 (to come from savings.) A motion was made by Councilmember Cole to move forward. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recoded: 4 Yeas; Nays: 1. Councilmember Warren voted nay and stated that it violates the grant where cutting the tree roots causes damage to the trees.
The Mayor announced the motion passed.
 
Spirit of Weaver – Spirit meeting October 24th.
 

City Council Meeting Minutes
September 26, 2017
Weaver, Alabama

 
 
The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, and McRae. Absent: Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning and Councilmember Cole. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Councilmember McRae made a motion to accept the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Councilmember Bowles asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of September 12, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Councilmember Warren.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Numbers on work session in reference to the backhoe were correct …not now due to the new tires.
 
Public Works – New tires put on old backhoe and CAT will give money back, as monthly payments will be a little less.
 
Culvert repaired on Shamrock/Blarney.
 
Councilmember Bowles made a motion for the demolition of the BMX track due to no use of the track. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Councilmember McRae made a motion to remove the fence in the skate park since it wasn’t necessary and to use the materials to repair other areas that are in need of repair. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed.
 
Councilmember McRae – Fundraiser for the new Fire Department – Jeepfest – vendors, bands, parade.
 
Delinquent Taxpayer - Councilmember Warren made a motion to send letter and set up a hearing at the next meeting. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. 
The Mayor announced the motion passed.
 
Paving Walking Trail – Councilmember Warren made a motion for this to be Tabled for the next meeting. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed.
 

 City Council Meeting Minutes
October 10, 2017
Weaver, Alabama

 
 
The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, and Cole. Absent: Councilmember McRae. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Councilmember Bowles made a motion to remove 9A from the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember Warren. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Councilmember Bowles asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of September 26, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Councilmember Warren.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Public Works – Demo on BMX has started. All wood tables from Lowe’s (6 ft) are $60.00 each. The metal ones are $300-$700 each and an 8 ft table is $250-$700 each. The mayor recommends metal. This will be tabled to the next meeting for further discussion.
 
Mayor presented Proclamation to 2nd Chance.
 
Lot for New Fire Station- Mayors plan to move forward at the first of the year.
 
Code Enforcer Computer Program- Offsite stored in 2 different locations – Web based with unlimited storage. $5500.00 to set up and then $4,500.00 after 1st year. Councilmember Bowles made a motion to move forward with the purchase of the program. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
Community Center Storage Building- Used for storing tables and chairs – Woodland Building’s cost for a 12x20 is $3900.00. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to move forward. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
Spirit of Weaver- 3 bands for the Christmas Parade on December 2nd at 10:30 a.m.
 
Mayor’s Report – Heritage Day was great.
 
With no further business coming before the Council, Councilmember Bowles adjourned the meeting.
 
 
________________________________
Mayor Wayne Willis
 

City Council Meeting Minutes
October 24, 2017
Weaver, Alabama

 
 
The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, October 24, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, and McRae. Absent: Councilmember Cole. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to accept the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Councilmember Bowles asked for a motion to adopt the minutes of October 10, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning.  Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Public Works – Picnic tables (4) 8ft, 2” tubing pressure treated lumber $388.60 – For frame $765.00 – ADA accessible $603.00 each.
Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to purchase 4 tables. It was seconded by Councilmember Warren. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded. Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
Generator – Public Works Director, Joey Conger, called Cummins out to check it out. It had a leak that was repaired. Cummins is to send out a quote to pull maintenance on both generators.
 
Chief Bunn- Received a Variance on Cedar Springs Road to remove trailer and replace with small house. Planning Commission meeting on Nov. 7th.
 
Prep property for Fire Department - $30,000 - $50,000.
Councilmember Bowles made a motion to reach out to the mayor to ask to assist with prep.
 
Pave Walking Trail – A motion was made to get bid packet out. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Councilmember Warren still states against land.
 
Conservation Grant- 1 abs 5 years.
 
Day after Thanksgiving Holiday- Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to submit to the Civil Service Board for authorization. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
Senior Citizen Bus – Councilmember Warren made a motion to put the bus on GovDeals.com to sell it. It was seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning. Reserve- $4,000. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
ADA Paratransit Resolution and Agreement –Councilmember Warren made a motion to adopt the Resolution and Agreement 2018-01. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.


 
 
ATTEST_________________________
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer


 

City Council Meeting Minutes
November 14, 2017
Weaver, Alabama

 
 
The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, Cole and McRae. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to accept the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to adopt the minutes of October 24, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning withdrew his motion pending corrections of the minutes.
 
Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – Checking on the health assessment of the trees in the park…have been told the trees have pine beetles.
 
Tax Delinquency – Start process.
 
With no further business coming before the Council, the meeting was adjourned.
 
 
________________________________
Mayor Wayne Willis
 
 
ATTEST_________________________
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer

City Council Meeting Minutes
November 28, 2017
Weaver, Alabama

 
 
The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, Cole and McRae. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to add 9a and 10b to the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Councilmember Bowles made a motion to adopt the minutes of October 24, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Councilmember McRae. Councilmember Bowles also made a motion to adopt the minutes of November 14, 2017 Work Session and Regular Session. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motions, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motions passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Minutes are to be emailed one week prior to the meeting.
 
Work on paying water bills by “Pay Online.”
 
Delinquent Tax – No one in attendance at hearing. Councilmember Warren made a motion to send taxpayer a revocation of business licenses to pay taxes in arrears to be paid on Monday by the close of business. Councilmember Warren stated taxpayer not to be allowed again to do this again.
 
Walking Track Bids – Councilmember McRae made a motion to reject bids due to the cost and delay until later. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole.
Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
Sign for High School – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to put up 3 signs showing directions to the high school. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole.
Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – Made a motion for a one time pay adjustment - $100.00 f/t and $50.00 p/t. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole.
Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None. (Next payroll.)
 
Spirit of Weaver – Need tables and Police Officers for the parade on Saturday morning – City float decorated Friday night.
 
Mayor’s Report – Meeting Center council permission to install handrails. Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning authorizes mayor to spend up to $2000.00. It was seconded by Councilmember Cole.
Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
Exile Armory – City will help with Christmas gifts for underprivileged children and will be delivered to Exile Armory.
 
Public Hearing (Delinquent Taxpayer) – No one showed up for the hearing.
 
With no further business coming before the Council, the meeting was adjourned by Councilmember Bowles.
 
 
________________________________
Mayor Wayne Willis
 
 
ATTEST_________________________
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer


City Council Meeting Minutes
January 9, 2018
Weaver, Alabama

 
 
The Mayor and Council of the City of Weaver, Alabama, met in regular session on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, at 5:00 P.M. in the Weaver City Hall, 500 Anniston Street.
 
Mayor Willis, who was present and acted as Chairman, called the meeting to order.  Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning, Councilmembers: Bowles, Warren, Cole and McRae. Absent: None. With a quorum being present the meeting was open for the transaction of business.
 
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk, was present and acted as secretary of the meeting.
 
Agenda – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to adopt the agenda. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
Mayor Willis announced the motion passed and the agenda was adopted.
 
Minutes – Councilmember Bowles made a motion to adopt the minutes of December 12, 2018 Work Session and Regular Session with the correction of changing the wording to “backhoe” instead of “dozer.” It was seconded by Councilmember Cole. Upon vote of the motions, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motions passed and the minutes were adopted.
 
Public Works/Joey Conger – Requested permission to spend $6000.00 from Water Maintenance System Fund for Well 4, only pulling pump and inspection.
 
Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning – Councilmember McRae made a motion to permit Joey Conger to spend $6000.00. If emergency repairs are needed, The Mayor will call an emergency meeting. It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles.
Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
The Mayor announced the motion passed.
 
Fire Department – Fire Chief, Brian Bunn advised it is Grant season and he will be applying.
 
Old Business – None.
 
New Business – Mayor Pro-Tem Clendenning made a motion to table 10a (Prices for 2018 4x4 pickup truck for Public Works). It was seconded by Councilmember Bowles. Upon vote of the motion, the following votes were recorded: Yeas: All; Nays: None.
 
With no further business coming before the Council, the meeting was adjourned.
 
 
________________________________
Mayor Wayne Willis
 
 
ATTEST_________________________
Teresa Dishman, City Clerk/Treasurer