Picayune City Council meets Tuesday

Published 12:47 am Sunday, February 4, 2007

The Picayune City Council meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday, at the new city hall, 815 N. Beech St.

Included on the agenda are:

Consider the consent agenda:

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— Minutes of the Jan. 16 meeting.

— Issuance of manual checks.

Consider the docket.

Consider petitions and communications:

— Presentation to Laura Guidry.

— Request from Picayune Main Street to conduct Picayune Street Fair Saturday, March 31 and April 1, with street closure from 6 p.m. Friday, March 30-7 p.m. Sunday, April 1.

— Request from Picayune Main Street to hold Tung Blossom 5 kilometer run and fun walk at street fair on Saturday, March 31.

— Request from Picayune Main Street for helicopter service in conjunction with street fair Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1.

— Request from Picayune main street for carnival rides for street fair.

Consider request for continued state of emergency due to Hurricane Katrina.

Consider new business:

— Request by Habitat for Humanity to waive all fees associated with Planning Commission, subdivision, building, electrical and plumbing permits and any other permits requred by the city.

— Request from Picayune Complex Head Start Center to hold Mardi Gras parade.

— Public hearing on on property cleanup.

— Terms and conditions as set forth by Norfolk Southern for construction of rail spur for Rheogistics.

— Capital Improvements Capital Revolving Loan form from Mississippi Development Authority to complete construction of the T-hanger at the airport.

— Request to accept donations from United Methodist Women and 30ers for transit fund at Picayune Police Department.

— Interlocal agreement with Poplarville school districtfor partnering with district that was awarded a grant for automated external defibrillators. The police and fire departments will assist in funding the AEDs.

— Interlocal agreement with Stennis Fire Department for mutual aid.

Miscellaneous council members business.

Citizens’ concerns.

Consider going into executive session on contractual matters with the Picayune Housing Authority and on West Canal improvements; and on personnel matters.