MOULTRIE -- City residents' requests for rezoning will continue Tuesday night.
Moultrie's City Council will hold a public hearing regarding the rezoning of Willie Renee Hall Moore's property at 921 Sixth Ave. S.E.
Moore's request follows recent requests for rezoning on nearby Fifth Avenue Southeast. At the previous meeting, council members voted to rezone properties owned by Richard Garcia and Mack Washington. Applications made by Clifford Nash and William Byrd were denied.
Moore's property is in the same area of those properties, said City Manager Bob Hopkins.
Hopkins said that he thinks this is the last zoning application for consideration.
Other business on the agenda for Tuesday's meeting includes:
Consider an application by Kathy Hamrick to sell beer and wine for on-premises consumption and an application by Ponda Z. Clark to sell beer at 2725 S. Main St. for off-premises consumption.
Conduct show-cause hearings regarding alcoholic beverage licenses held by Abdul Rauf Aslam, Richard Atkinson, Rick Layfield, Jitendyra "Jay" Patel, Jimmy Redding, Bill Simpson and Mohammed Yaqub. Aslam faces second offense charges. All others are first offenses.
Consider a telecommunication agreement between City of Moultrie and The Medicine Shoppe.
Consider appointment of 2004 "Heart and Soul" Bus Tour project manager.
Consider appointments/reappointments to the Moultrie-Colquitt County Development Authority.
Consider designating Friday, Dec. 26, as a holiday for city employees.
Consider rescheduling the Jan. 6 City Council meeting to Jan. 8.
Consider revision of Section 12.06 (A) of the City of Moultrie Personnel Policy, which discusses military leave.
Consider Amendment 4 to the proposed 2004 City budget. This amendment will give additional funds for housing demolition projects.
Award bids for rotary distribution repair, a F-550 Super Duty truck, firefighters' protective clothing and fire department uniforms.