Picayune City Council meets Tuesday

Published 12:28 am Sunday, March 15, 2009

The Picayune City Council meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 815 N. Beech St.

Included on the agenda are:

Recognize Louise Cockern and Donald Kellar for becoming AS FPM Certified Floodplain Managers.

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Consider the consent agenda:

— Minutes of the March 3 meeting.

— Privilege license report.

— Public records requests report.

— Certificate of attendance for Michael Cooper at Municipal Clerk statewide seminar.

— Planning Commission minutes of Feb. 10 and March 10.

Consider docket.

Consider petitions and communications:

— Sav-A-Live Walk For Life fundraiser 8-11 a.m. Saturday, May 9, to use Read Park and the walking track on Goodyear Boulevard and to place a banner for the walk at each entrance to the city Friday afternoon-noon Saturday.

— NJROTC Booster club can shake fundraiser on U.S. 11 between Goodyear Boulevard and Canal Street 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, March 28.

— First Baptist Church of Picayune for 5K Resurrection Run beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 28, and to use Read Park.

Consider a request from Michelle Durr to subdivide two lots at 502 E. Canal St. into one lot.

Consider new business:

— Monthly budget report.

— Budget amendment No. 3.

— MDOT Economic Recovery Stimulus/STP construction projects.

— Bids for debris removal from six drainage branches in the city.

— Payment No. 1 for engineering service on Phase II of Memorial Boulevard.

— Payment No. 2 for construction of Phase II of Memorial Boulevard.

— Request by Herschel Marks to subdivide 717 Bujrley St.. from two lots into one lot.

— Request by Marilyn Schroeder to subdivide 213 Norwood into two lots.

— Request for public hearing on property clean-upon Neal Road, and for property clean-up at 118 and 200 S. Grey Ave.

— Performance contract with Sieman’s Building Technologies, Inc.

Miscellaneous council members’ business.

Citizens’ concerns.

Consider going into executive session on contractual matters with CRI Web Design, with bond money, with Centraplex, with NSI, and with the airport; on compromise of disputed claims, and on possible sale of land.