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Agenda, Columbia City Council, Monday, August 2, 2010

"Amending Tap Fees/Service Calls/Connection Fees/Returned Check Fees for Gas Department," and opening bids on new garbage truck, and updating compensation plan top the lists of items on the announced agenda.

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Agenda, Columbia City Council
Regular Monthly Meeting, 6:00pmCT, Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Council Meeting Room, City Hall
116 Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY

  1. Call to Order

  2. Roll Call

    ______Charles Grimsley ______Craig Dean

    ______Linda Waggener ______Edwin Taylor

    ______Joe Moore ______June Parson

  3. Approve minutes, July 6, 2010 meetings

  4. Citizen comments

  5. Receive Bids for a 2010 Garbage Truck

  6. 2nd Reading Ordinance No. 230.52 (Updating Compensation Plan) Motion and Vote.

  7. Introduction and 1st Reading Ordinance No. 610.69 (Amending Tap Fees/Service Calls/Connection Fees/Returned Check Fees for Gas Department)

  8. Introduction and 1st Reading Ordinance No. 910.8 (Amending Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance)

  9. 2nd Reading of Ordinance No. 620.60 (Accepting new street names) Motion and Vote

  10. Mayor Announcements

  11. Council Announcements

  12. Adjourn


About your Columbia City Council

The Columbia City Council meets each first Monday in the Council Meeting Room, City Hall, 115 Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY.The meetings are open to the public. Mayor Patrick R. Bell. Councillors June Parson, Linda Waggener, Craig Dean, Charles Grimsley, Joe Moore, Edwin Taylor. City Clerk Carolyn Edwards. City Attorney Marshall Loy. Assistant City Clerk Sonya Roy. City Police Chief Mark Harris. City Sewer Superintendent Bo Murphy. City Water Superintendent Dana Rogers. City Sanitation Department Superintendent Kenneth Dulin. City Street Department Superintendent Donnie Rowe. City Events Planner Rhonda Loy.


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