Chatham Town Council sets sewerage rates for service outside of city limits

At the regularly scheduled March 9th meeting of Chatham Town Council, panel members Toni Malone, Marvin Davis, Laverne Mixon, Sue Proffer and Mike Wilson unanimously approved Ordinance 2021-01 which allowed for the setting of sewerage rates for service outside of the city limits. After Mayor Pro-Tem, Malone called the meeting to order in Mayor Gregory Harris’s absence, additional business handled was the acceptance of a bid from R&J Family Trucking and Construction, LLC for cleaning the property located at 6357 Hwy 34. This is contingent on the property being donated to the town. Resolution’s #2020-14 and #2021-05 were then approved which gives the Mayor the authority to sign documents pertaining to the donation of said property and documents pertaining to the 2019-20 Community Water Enrichment Fund respectively.  Michael Stewart was hired as a part time police officer in a final action before the meeting was adjourned.

Special session call for Thursday, March 11:  The Chatham Town Council had a special session on Thursday, March 11, 2021 where board members Marvin Davis, Toni Malone, Laverne Mixon, Sue Proffer and Mike Wilson discussed a water improvement project and  personnel issues.  After Chatham Mayor, Gregory Harris, called the meeting to order the board unanimously agreed to adopt Resolution 2020-27, which gave Harris the authority to sign all documents pertaining to FP&C Project #50-M42-18-01. This was followed by the board going into executive session to discuss personnel. Once the members returned from the private discussion the meeting was adjourned without any further comment.

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