Hickman Commission meets at 5, Fulton Commission road fund hearing at 5:30, meeting at 6 at Pontotoc
Hickman City Commission will meet May 11, at 5 p.m., in regular session at Hickman City Hall. The Current will be in attendance for the meeting, and will publish a complete report in the May 13 print edition. The meeting may be accessed on facebook, through the facebook page for Hickman City and Fulton County, Ky. News & Events, and the public may call in to the meeting for comments by dialing 270-236-2535, extension 5.
Items on the agenda include Approval of Minutes for 4/13/2020, MAP special meeting, 4/13/2020, regular meeting, and 4/28/20202, special meeting.
Presentations/Public Comments, Proclamation, and Alliance Water Resources report.
Unfinished Business items are Approval of Paving Project List; Resolution 19-132, City Streets, reading and adoption; Resolution 19-133, COVID-19 Request to lift ban from Governor, reading and adoption; Resolution 19-134, Support Local Businesses during COVID-19 epidemic; Discussion on Alliance Contract; Discussion on Firework Display for 2020; Discussion on setting up Budget Workshop.
Followed by City Manager’s Report; Commissioners’ Comments.
THE FULTON CITY COMMISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING AT 5:30 P.M. IN REGARD TO MUNICIPAL AID ROAD FUNDS WITH SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO BE TAKEN FROM THE PUBLIC AS TO USE OF THE FUNDS TO REPAVE CITY STREETS.
The public hearing meeting will be held at Pontotoc Community Center, downtown Fulton, and open for public access.
The hearing and the commission meeting to follow may also be accessed through teleconference via ZOOM, with the downloading of the ZOOM by visiting https://us02web.zoom.us/j, through an electronic device such as a smart phone, computer or tablet. When prompted for the meeting ID number, type in 815 8745 9050, and then when prompted for a meeting password, type in 8675309. Those planning to participate in the meeting are asked to reduce background noise or self-mute microphone.
The Fulton City Commission meeting's agenda, for Monday, May 11 at 6 p.m., also set for Pontotoc Community center, with public access available, includes the following:
Consider Order 2019-146, to approve minutes from the regular meeting April 27; voucher review; remarks from public, with no action to be taken on items not listed on the agenda: reading of Proclamation Declaring the Month of May as Building Safety Month; reading of Proclamation of thanks to citizens who volunteered time to manufacture face masks for the city and county frontline workers; consider municipal order 2019-147, approval of The Downtown Farmers Market area rules and regulations; consider Municipal Order 2019-148 to re-appoint Mallory Worley-Graves to the Fulton Housing Board; Consider Municipal Order 2019-149 to authorize the Mayor to sign a deed accepting the property at 306 and 308 Walnut from Mike Homra; Consider Municipal Order to adjourn into Executive Session to discuss proposed and pending litigation in compliance with KRS 61.810.
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