The Mayor and Board of Commissioners met in regular session on April 3, 2003. The following members were present: Commissioner Bid Lindsey, Commissioner Buford Goolsby, Mayor Blake Lay, and Commissioner Robert Pulley. Commissioner Gowen was absent.
With a quorum present, the meeting was called to order. The meeting opened with Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance.
A motion was made by Commissioner Lindsey to approve the minutes of the March 20, 2003 meeting, with a second by Commissioner Goolsby. Motion passed.
Mayor Lay asked Anne Morrow to address the Commission on some of the Beautification Board’s upcoming events. Ms. Morrow talked about the Veteran’s Cross project for Memorial Day, with a dedication ceremony that afternoon. She also spoke of the April 5 Spring Expo at Rotary Park, the upcoming Liberty Day Celebration (July 4) and an All Class Reunion on July 5 at LCHS with the Skylighters Band performing.
The Public Hearing was opened on Ordinance #961, with no one wishing to address the ordinance, the hearing closed.
Attorney Betz presented one ordinance and one resolution for consideration.
Ordinance #961 – To amend Ordinance Number 789 entitled Zoning Ordinance of the City of Lawrenceburg, to rezone property located on the east and south side of Gobble Street and the west side of Buffalo Road from C-4 to C-3 belonging to Brown Gobble. Motion to approve on second and final reading was made by Commissioner Lindsey, with a second by Commissioner Pulley. Motion passed unanimously.
Resolution # 2003-3-4 – To name property recently acquired through flood acquisition as Scout Park. Motion to approve the resolution was made by Robert Pulley, with a second by Buford Goolsby. Motion passed unanimously.
Representatives from the Boy and Girl Scouts of America were in attendance, and expressed appreciation for the action by the Board of Mayor and Commission.
City Administrator David Huseman gave the Commission an update on some of the ongoing community projects. Also, Prosser Road Bridge is back in the construction phase and should be opened in the next 60 to 90 days.
With no further business to come before the Board, a motion was made by Commissioner Pulley to adjourn; a second was made by Commissioner Goolsby. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned.