Monroe officials to consider one-way streets for Milledge Ave and Colley Street

Also look at possibly discontinuing CATV service

Monroe City Council members to consider changing Milledge Avenue and Colley Street to one-way streets to help adjust the flow of traffic and not interfere with the intersection of Church Street and South Madison Avenue. The width of both streets is considered a safety concern for regular vehicle traffic, sanitation trucks, and any public safety apparatus needing to travel on either street. The intent is to make Milledge Avenue a south bound one-way street and Colley Street a north bound one-way street.

The City is also considering ways to deal with the loss of revenue to the city from providing cable television service to local customers. Options include doing away with the service entirely or increasing the cost to customers to offset the annual losses.

This will be discussed at the September Called Meeting and Work Session which will take place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020 at City Hall, N. Broad Street in Monroe. The public is invited to attend or watch it on the local broadcast channel. The full agenda follows.

I.       CALL TO ORDER – JOHN HOWARD 

1.      Roll Call

2.      City Administrator Update

3.      Central Services Update

II.    COMMITTEE INFORMATION

1.      Finance

a.      Monthly Finance Report

2.      Airport

a.      Monthly Airport Report

3.      Public Works

a.      Monthly Solid Waste Report

b.      Monthly Streets & Transportation Report

c.       Milledge Avenue & Colley Street One Way Conversion

d.      Leaf Vacuum Trailer Purchase

4.      Utilities

a.      Monthly Electric & Telecom Report

b.      Cable Television Service Discontinuation

c.       Monthly Water, Sewer, Gas, & Stormwater Report

d.      Morgan County Gas Extension Update

e.       Approval – Dump Trailer Purchase

f.        Approval – Loganville Water Line Change Order

5.      Public Safety 

a.      Monthly Fire Report

b.      Monthly Police Report

6.      Planning & Code

a.      Monthly Code Report

7.      Economic Development

a.      Monthly Economic Development Report

8.      Parks

a.      Monthly Parks Report

b.      Mathews Park Rehabilitation & Additions

III. ITEMS OF DISCUSSION

1.      Public Hearing Variance – 828 Harvest Lane

2.      Appointment – Housing Authority  

IV. ITEMS REQUIRING ACTION

1.      Appointment – Planning Commission

V.    MAYOR’S UPDATE

VI. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION

1.      Real Estate Issue (s)

2.      Personnel Issue (s)

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