At its meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 15, at 6 p.m. at City Hall, the Moultrie City Council will discuss and decide upon a number of matters. Among those scheduled to be on its agenda are:

• Moultrie Mayor William McIntosh reading a resolution recognizing retired city employee Jerome Bright, a refuse collector with the Public Works Department.

• Hearing a presentation from Billy Fallin regarding the Colquitt County Foundation and Arts Center.

• Conducting a public hearing and considering a special-use permit application from Catherine Copeland for property at 205/209 Fifth Ave. S.E. to allow residential use in the current zoning.

• Conducting a public hearing and considering an alcoholic beverage license application from George D. Plymel and Taralikaben Patel for a retail license to sell beer, wine and spirituous liquors for off-premises consumption at Mike’s Plaza Package Store, dba Somesh Package Store LLC, located at 205 Fifth St. S.E.

• Considering a motion that based upon a review of the proposals received, the scoring of six criteria on the scoring worksheet and following discussion of the proposals, the city hire Watkins & Associates as engineering consultants, and Bob Roberson and Associates, Inc., as administrative consultants to design and complete CDBG projects for the City of Moultrie as proposed.

• Considering a contract agreement between the city and Watkins & Associates as engineering consultants for CDBG projects pending final review by City Attorney Mickey Waller.

• Considering a contract agreement between the city and Bob Roberson and Associates, Inc., for professional services as administrative consultant for CDBG projects pending final review by Waller.

• Considering a contract between the Georgia Department of Transportation and the city for plant mix resurfacing of Cherokee Road and Clubview Drive.

• Considering adoption of Complete Streets Program Resolution in support of Complete Streets Program when redesigning transit facilities.

• Considering the sale of property to the Moultrie-Colquitt County Development Authority.

• Awarding a bid to best bidder, CooperCraft Communications of Sylvester for a security system at City Hall in the amount of $17,616.89 in accordance with the network administrator recommendation and approve Appropriation Resolution fiscal year 2010-11 Budget Amendment AR-2010/11 #1.

• Considering rescheduling or cancellation of April 5, 2011, regular session council meeting due to conflicting schedules.

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