On Tuesday, January 19, the Perry Council held their second meeting of the month.
Given the current circumstances of the world and the situation of having to take things day by day with the presence of COVID, the city of Perry has been putting together the 2021 special events calendar with a very different perspective than ever before.
Due to the increased effects of COVID-19 in Perry, the council, under the recommendation of City Manager Lee Gilmour, has decided to take measures to reduce the spread of the virus.
On Monday, December 14, the Perry Council held its second monthly work session, the last one for this year. Mayor Randall Walker called the meeting to order promptly at 5 p.m.
Perry Police Department will be hosting a "Stuff the Cruiser” event next Saturday on December 5 at the Perry Walmart on Saint Patricks Drive starting at 8:00 a.m.
Perry Mayor and Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday evening, during which, Mayor Randall Walker announced that State Representative Shaw Blackmon (Dist. 146) would be receiving an award.
At Monday evening’s work session, Perry Mayor and Council, at length, discussed possible concept designs for the Carroll Street Streetscape.
The 16th Annual State of the Community Luncheon was held in the Houston County Board of Education Annex on Thursday afternoon.
A proposal regarding the switch of P-card vendors was presented to the mayor and council members by Mitchell Worthington, the city’s finance director, at Monday’s work session that provided information about several opportunities if the city of Perry were to switch vendors.
After five years of long planning and thinking ahead, Mayor Randall Walker and council members took the first drink of water from the Tucker Road Water Treatment Plant at the ribbon-cutting on Thursday, October 22.