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Town of Priceville

By Staff
Thursday, Sept.28, 2006
The regular bi-monthly meeting of the Priceville Town Council was held on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2006 at the Priceville Municipal Building.
Mayor Melvin Duran called the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m.
Kelly Dean, Town Clerk gave the roll call with all members present.
Councilman Sam Heflin gave the invocation.
Councilman Sam Heflin made the motion to approve the work session minutes of Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006 as presented. Councilman Tommy Perry seconded the motion. The motion carried with a roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-abstain, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Sam Heflin made the motion to approve the previous minutes of Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006 as printed. Councilman Tommy Perry seconded the motion.
The motion carried with a roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-abstain, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Tommy Perry made the motion to amend the agenda to include the following: Resolution declaring the 1964 Hahn International Fire Truck Surplus and to repair the Veterans Park Sign. Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Tommy Perry made the motion to approve the following bills for payment by the Town Council:
Ala Crime Victims – Court-Aug. 2006 Court Report $72.
Ala Peace Officers – Court-Aug. 2006 Court Report $76.
Ala Controllers Office – Court-Aug. 2006 Court Report $1,261.
Ala Crime Victims – Court-July 2006 Court Report $198.
Ala Peace Officers – Court-July 2006 Court Report $201.
Ala Controllers Office – Court-July 2006 Court Report $3,122.
Ala Crime Victims – Court-June 2006 Court Report $194.
Ala Peace Officers – Court-June 2006 Court Report $217.
Ala Controllers Office – Court-June 2006 Court Report $4,710.
Ala Crime Victims – Court-May 2006 Court Report $26.
Ala Peace Officers – Court-May 2006 Court Report $31.
Ala Controllers Office – Court-May 2006 Court Report $857.
Ala Crime Victims – Court-April 2006 Court Report $90.
Ala Peace Officers – Court-April 2006 Court Report $104.
Ala Controllers Office – Court-April 2006 Court Report $1,876.
Mark Rittman – Sewer (G.O.)-Operator/Test/Samples $475.25
City Wholesale – P&R-Concession Supplies $132.24
Americ Equipment – P&R-Car Show Kiddie Area $485.
Vulcan Materials – Sewer (G.O.)-Fox Motor Company – Police-Peebles Patrol Car fan assembly/rad $278.
Fox Motor Company – Police-Williams Patrol Car Intake/Brakes/ $646.40
Fox Motor Company – Police-Williams Patrol Car-alt. Replace $134.78
First American Bank – Library-Nov 2006 property payment $955.07
ESPN WWTM Radio – PHS Football Sponsorship $500.
Decatur Utilities – Fire Hydrant rental $45.83
Decatur Engravers – Police-Peebles photo badge $6.50
Decatur Daily – PHS football ad $130.
Custom Sign – Street Sign correction Johnstown Cove $35.
Cook’s Pest Control – Munic Bldg Termite Control $2.46
Black &Payne Service – Municipal Bldg-5 ton condensing unit $1,999.
Black &Payne Service – Fire Station 1-rechage system/stop leaks $180.
Billy Peebles – Travel Expense-chief conf. $28.10
B&B Landscaping – Veterans Park-mulch $119.
Aramark – Municipal Bldg Monthly Mat Service $80.86
ACE Hardware – Maint Dept/Police Fire Range-materials $19.75
Joe Wheeler EMC – Sewer (G.O.)-Cave Spring Pump Station $31.12
Joe Wheeler EMC – Sewer (G.O.)-Burningtree Pump Station $132.60
Joe Wheeler EMC – Sewer (G.O.)-Marco Dr. Pump Station $31.41
Joe Wheeler EMC – Sewer (G.O.)-Terrace Pump Station $26.74
Joe Wheeler EMC – Sewer (G.O.)-North Park Pump Station $31.41
Joe Wheeler EMC – Sewer (G.O.)-Branch Road Pump Station $128.01
Joe Wheeler EMC – Sewer (G.O.)-Pine Street Pump Station $186.05
North Ala Chem. – Munic Bldg/VPCC-Janitorial Supplies $67.95
Huntsville Tractor – Maint-Bush Hog Batwing Parts $627.69
TVW – Municipal Bldg-lights $60.53
Aramark – Munic. Bldg-Mat Service $78.50
Lowe’s – Maint. Dept.-caution tape $27.94
Ramer Manufacturing – Brush Truck-hydraulic throttle control spring $88.04
Temple, Inc. – I65/HWY 67-replaced green light $127.30
Cook’s Pest Control – Municipal Bldg-pest control $35.
Cook’s Pest Control – VPCC/Concession/Maint/Fire 1 &2/Lib $130.
Black &Payne – Fire Station #2-AC repair work $130.
Joe Wheeler State Park – Police-Chief Peebles lodging SLEDS program $333.
First American Bank – Library-Dec. 2006 Property Payment $955.07
AMIC – renew public officials bonds $200.
Priceville Wastewater – Municipal Bldg-wastewater $20.
Priceville Wastewater – VPCC-wastewater $36.88
Priceville Wastewater – Fire Station #1-wastewater $20.
Spenco – Vehicles-fuel $993.59
Joe Wheeler EMC – Utilities-Municipal Bldg $2,112.58
Wheeler Basin Gas – Utilities-Municipal Bldg $41.77
Joe Wheeler EMC – Utilities-Fire Station 2 $44.11
Wheeler Basin Gas – Utilities-Fire Station 2 $21.40
Joe Wheeler EMC – Utilities-Library $337.65
Wheeler Basin Gas – Utilities-Library $26.49
Joe Wheeler EMC – Utilities-Maint. Shop $81.62
Wheeler Basin Gas – Utilities-Maint. Shop $21.40
Embassy Suites – Lodging-Mayor Duran &W. Dunkin $305.76
Peiraf-Deffered – Sept. 2006-Payroll Deduction $100.
Retirement Systems of Ala – Sept. 2006-retirement $3,480.69
Jack’s Floor Service – Sept. 2006-Municipal Bldg Cleaning $860.
Ala Peace Officers – Sept. 2006-Payroll Deduction $40.
BCBS – Sept. 2006-Health Insurance $4,070.
TOTAL: $46,038.19
Councilman Sam Heflin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve $1,000 for the Morgan County Volunteer Center for FY 2007. Councilman Tommy Perry seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Priceville Volunteer Fire Chief Charles Black informed the Town Council about its purchase of a 75 foot ladder truck and the addition to Fire Station #2.
Jamie Hardy with Boy scout Troop 275 informed the Town Council of what the troop had been working on this year.
Councilman Tommy Perry made the motion to approve Resolution 2006-05: A Resolution entering into an agreement between the Alabama Public Library Service and Priceville Public Library for the Library Services and Technology (LSTA) 2007 Grant. Councilman Sam Heflin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Tommy Perry made the motion to approve lodging and other travel expenses for Mayor Melvin Duran to attend the Executive Committee Meeting in Montgomery, Alabama October 19, 2006. Councilman Sam Heflin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-abstain.
Councilman Tommy Perry made the motion to approve the travel expense for Patricia Reid, Librarian to attend the Alabama Public Library Services FY 2008 Grant Workshop Oct. 17 at Moulton, Alabama from 1-4 p.m.. Councilman Tim Crow seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Sam Heflin made the motion to approve Resolution 2006-06: A resolution declaring the 1964 Hahn International Fire Truck Surplus and to be sold on GovDeals. Councilman Tommy Perry seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Tommy Perry made the motion to approve $630 to repair/repaint the Veterans Park sign. Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-abstain, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve new tires for Corporal Rick Williams’s patrol car. Councilman Tommy Perry seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Sam Heflin made the motion to approve registration $60.00 and other travel expenses for Chip Spicer to attend the East Alabama Code Officials Association Annual Conference in Anniston, Alabama Oct.5. Councilman Tommy Perry seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Tommy Perry made the motion to adjourn at 7:50 p.m. Councilman Sam Heflin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman Sam Heflin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.

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