Members of the Emerson City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve a new alcohol permit for LakePoint Sporting Community.
Among an array of other agenda items, the Emerson City Council approved an ordinance amendment affecting the municipality’s employee classification and compensation plans at Monday evening’s public meeting.
An applicant who sought to bring a 200-unit plus townhome development to the intersection of Old Alabama Road and Puckett Road came before the Emerson City Council Monday evening with an entirely different request.
Members of the Emerson Planning and Zoning Commission voted unanimously last week to recommend the denial of an applicant’s request to rezone a roughly 7.1-acre parcel along Old Alabama Road.
Members of the Emerson City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve a sales contract that would allow the municipality to purchase a property at 178 Fourth St.
Members of the Emerson City Council voted unanimously at a called meeting Monday evening to approve a resolution allowing the local government to close on the purchase of a downtown property just feet away from the municipality’s city hall facilities.
Members of the Emerson City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve the municipality’s 2021 fiscal year property tax rate.
Public hearings for Emerson’s proposed millage rate drew anything but a packed house on Monday morning and evening. In fact, a grand total of zero residents bothered stopping by city hall for either the 9 a.m. or 6 p.m. hearings.
Members of the Emerson Planning and Zoning Commission heard the first reading of a conditional use permit request for a proposed child care facility located inside Excel Christian Academy at a public meeting last week.