Grayville City Council Met Monday
Two for Five…in baseball, it’s a .400 average and pretty darn good. That’s how many agenda items the Grayville Council got through last night kicking 3 of the agenda items down the road, some for the half dozenth or more time.
There’s been hope for months that there would be movement on the water filtration issue that keeps showing up on the agenda. However, Mayor Bisch says with Albion celebrating their Bicentennial this coming weekend, officials there wanted to wait until after those festivities.
The request to vacate a portion of Silver Street was also tabled once again, but now also potentially includes a portion of another roadway following additional research by city attorney Jay Walden.
The insurance proposals mentioned in the agenda have been put off until a special meeting called for October 16th during which Bisch says the council will review proposals.
Commissioner David Jordan did make a motion to move forward with advertising. The City is looking for proposals for it’s annual audit.
Finally, in what turned out to be a quick meeting, the council unanimously approved changing the next regular meeting from October 22nd to October 15th. Mayor Bisch explains its to ensure a quorum at the next meeting as several members he said wouldn’t be available on the 22nd.
Commissioner Andy Brock applauded the Chamber and the turnout for the recent car show saying it was very well attended.
Commissioners Bob Stroud and Josh Downs were absent. Sharon Walden also wasn’t at the Monday night get together.
Grayville Council adjourned at less than 15 minutes after 7.