In lieu of the city's wish to transfer the budget to another bank with fewer fees to better maintain funds, three banks -- Georgia Bank and Trust, Suntrust and United Community Bank -- presented proposals before the council.
Laurel Babcock, representing the district's Boy Scouts, requested the use of Frankie Harris Park for the upcoming jamboree to be held the weekend of March 25-27. About 150 to 200 scouts are expected to participate in activities ranging from a relay race to cooking and knot tying as troops compete for the overall win.
Amendments to two ordinances were also proposed to the council for the placement and types of signs to be displayed within the city and the price for golf cart registration. In regards to the cart registration fee, it was suggested that the city agree to the price decrease from $25 to $15 in compliance with the state.
Bids for the new roof for the old library and the electrical needs of Frankie Harris Park were also presented with figures from various local merchants.
The council will vote on the issues presented during their next meeting scheduled for March 1 at 7 p.m.