They include: $64,285 to Tucker Grading and Hauling to install sidewalk in the neighborhood park on Lancer Drive and $43,442 to Always Cool Heating and Air to replace the heating ventilation and air conditioning system at the senior center facility, 4181 Atlanta St.
If the ordinance had been approved, the mayor would have received $21,000 annually instead of the current $18,000, beginning Jan. 1, 2020.
If approved, the mayor will receive $21,000 annually instead of the current $18,000, beginning Jan. 1, 2020. Also, each of the five Council members will be paid $15,000 annually instead of the present $12,000, likewise beginning Jan. 1.
Mayor Al Thurman provided a tie-breaking vote Monday night to approve a measure maintaining Powder Springs’ 9.5-mill property tax rate, though some property owners could still see tax increases in their bills.
“We are excited to finally begin construction on this important project for our community,” said Powder Springs Mayor Al Thurman. “We have waited a long time to break ground; but once complete, this project will bring increased safety and mobility to our city and our residents.”
Each Powder Springs household is expected to pay $12 more, during the next budget year from July 1 to June 30, 2020, for storm water management services.
Powder Springs said its event is expected to bring together a “multi-ethnic, cross-denominational group of participants.”
The only rate increase proposed Wednesday night was a $12 annual increase per household for the city’s stormwater enterprise fund.
Then the Council accepted an agreement with National Sign Plaza for manufacture and installation of an updated city wayfinding signage program in the downtown and on city trails.
K9 Kash’s vest is sponsored by Shaun Leiker of the Allen Lund Company and will be embroidered with “This gift of protection provided by Allen Lund Co.” The vest is expected to be delivered within eight to 10 weeks, Powder Springs police said.