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1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />20090514 City Council Minutes <br />Consent Agenda <br />Mayor Buelterman called the Consent Agenda meeting to order at 6:30pm on Thursday, May 14, <br />2009. Council members present were Mayor pro tem Wanda Doyle, Charlie Brewer, Barry Brown, Dick <br />Smith and Paul Wolff. Councilman Eddie Crone was absent due to illness. Also present were City <br />Attorney Bubba Hughes and City Manager Diane Schleicher. <br />Mayor Buelterman listed the following items on the Consent Agenda: <br />> Jet Pay Agreement <br />➢ Hand Escrow Agreement /Easement —City Attorney will bring back Escrow Agreement for <br />Ratification. <br />➢ Emergency Budget Adjustment - $20,205 from Contingency item #100 - 9000 -61 -1000 to Lifeguard <br />Part Time salaries - $18,752:100- 6124 -51 -1200 and Small Equipment $1,453:100- 6124 -53 -1600 <br />A Motion by Councilman Wolff to go into Executive Session to discuss property acquisitions was <br />seconded by Councilman Smith. The vote was unanimous. <br />A Motion by Councilman Wolff to end Executive Session was seconded by Councilman Smith. The <br />vote was unanimous. <br />Mayor Buelterman adjourned the Consent Agenda. <br />Mayor Buelterman called the regular meeting of the City Council to order at 7:OOpm. Those <br />present at the Consent Agenda were also in attendance for the regular meeting. Rev. David Laughner <br />gave the invocation and everyone recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. <br />Mayor's Announcements <br />Mayor Buelterman expressed condolences to the families involved in the automobile accident on Bull <br />River Bridge and said he and council are collectively working to resolve the problems with the widening <br />of the bridges. <br />Mayor Buelterman announced the MSR butt sale on Sat, May 23rd at Lazaretto Creek. <br />Mayor Buelterman announced The Crab Shack and MRS Children's Fishing Tournament, June 13`n <br />Citizens to be heard. <br />Jimmy Brown introduced Virginia Mobley from the Chatham Emergency Management. She gave <br />information on the CEMA's Disaster Community Response Team training sessions coming up. This will <br />be a team of volunteers that will assist others in times of disasters whether it is locating someone lost or <br />during hurricanes. This is a 4 -5 hour course the first four Saturdays of June. <br />Prepared 5/27/09dw Page 1 of 6 <br />