the solar lights, and, with the help of his son, put the them around
He is my hero!
In order to know if this is a good purchase or not; we need to review the history of the town’s usage of a chipper. So I asked the town in a Freedom of Access Act (FOAA) and the following is what I was provided.
Fiscal Year Money Spent
Now that we have the history for the past 4 years, it is time to
The Public Works Director is going out for bids on 5 more
Was this a good business decision or fraud waste and abuse?
1. The paved surface in front of the Public Works garage is NOT a road or street.
2. This is classified as an internal access-way on Town property.
3. Since it is an internal access-way it does not have a name.
4. It is not built to the standards of a public road.
5. According to a Councilor, it needs to be closed whenever the Transfer Station is closed.
6. The town will not build a proper road until the property that the buses park on is purchased by the town. What one has to do with the other escapes me?
7. This internal access-way is the current traffic pattern for the following:
a. Residents use to get to the Transfer Station.
b. Town owned vehicles use this to refuel.
c. Used by the buses to get to the Middle and High Schools.
d. Used by the Public to get to the parking lot to watch sporting events.
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1. The condition of the current road/street. The worst should always be repaired first.
2. The number of residents affected by this paving.
1. Public Works Addition – The Council approved and gave permission to go forward on the 25x80 addition to the current garage.
2. FY 2013 Homeland Security Supplemental Funds – The Council approved Chief Brooks to use $5,666.61 of forfeiture funds for the Voter Repeater System and $9,234.00 of forfeiture funds for two (2) mobile computers (MDTs) for the two new cruisers. This leaves approximately $19,930.51 of forfeiture funds available.
3. Downtown Omnibus Municipal Tax Increment Financing District Development Program – This was a conditional TIF and the Council approved it.
4. Non-Storm Water Discharge Ordinance (First Reading) – Was approved as provided.
5. Post-Construction Storm Water Management Ordinance (First Reading) – Was approved as provided.
6. Section 47-4 Street Excavation Amendment (First Reading) – Was approved as provided.
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