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At their Monday, June 3 Regular Meeting, Councilmembers proclaimed the week of June 16-22 as Juneteenth Week; approved an ordinance establishing temporary maximum speed limits and designating locations, dates and times for school zones located within the City for summer school; and passed a resolution designating authorized signatories for contractual documents and documents for requesting funds pertaining to the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Program. Here is a rundown of all Council actions at the meeting:
Mayor Yolanda Ford presented former Councilmember Don Smith a proclamation naming the week of June 16-22 as Juneteenth Week. Smith is the Founder and Chairman of MCJCF.
Fire Chief Eugene Campbell, Jr. provided a presentation on Hurricane Preparedness to Council. The presentation included information on proactive staff training sessions and communications that staff has distributed to citizens and stakeholders to prepare for the 2019 Hurricane Season, which started on June 1. To read the latest City news release on what’s expected this season; preparedness; where to find accurate information, key terminology & tips, and emergency contacts, click this link: http://bit.ly/318MPl5.
Received operational updates from Assistant City Manager Bill Atkinson. These include:
Noted upcoming events:
The next Regular City Council Meeting will be held on Monday, June 17 at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers.
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