By Mark Barnes
City Council members and the Mayor kicked off the meeting promptly at 7 p.m. welcoming Boy Scout Troop 811 in attendance to witness city government at it’s best.
A unanimous decision for the consent agenda items approved the minutes from the last meeting, acknowledged the accounts payable balance of $197,859.66 and approved the renewal of an off premise beer and wine license for Paul’s Market.
There were two requests by citizens.Pastor Ray Sparkman asked for a fee waiver for use of Bernie Fisher Park on July 7-11 for a youth sports camp. The council granted him the fee waiver last year for the camp which is free for city residents ages 5-12. Kids will get to participate in soccer and basketball workshops during the 4 day cap. The council unanimously approved the fee waiver.
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