The City of Monroe will discuss T-Hangers for the Monroe-Walton Airport as well as the Livable Centers Initiative plans for the Midland Avenue area. Click or tap on any highlighted agenda item for more information and for renderings of the proposed Midland Avenue LCI.
Also on the agenda, is an executive session to discuss personnel and real estate matters. The City Council is expected to announce and vote on the appointment of a new city administrator this month. The two being given final consideration by the city are former Villa Rica City Manager David A. Milliron and current finance director for the City of Monroe, Logan Propes. Former city administrator Ron Rabun’s services were terminated at the beginning of the year and Propes has been the point person for the city’s department heads in the interim.
The following is a full agenda for the May Called Council meeting. It begins at 6 p.m. at City Hall on N. Broad Street. The public is invited to attend.
|I.||CALL TO ORDER|
|1.||May Monthly Reports|
|a.||Community Center Amended Lease Agreement and Fee Schedule|
|a.||Discussion – T-Hangar Building Project|
|a.||Purchase – Programmable Logic Controller for Water Treatment Plant|
|b.||Purchase – Remote Terminal Unit for Water Treatment Plant|
|c.||Purchase – Monitoring System Control and Sensing Module for Wastewater Treatment Plant|
|d.||Purchase – Mini-Excavator for Electric Department|
|a.||LCI Project Application – Midland Avenue|
|IV.||ITEMS OF DISCUSSION|
|1.||Upcoming Public Hearings|
|2.||Discussion – LCI Update|
|V.||ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION|
|1.||Personnel Issue (s)|
|2.||Real Estate Issue (s)|