Picayune City Council meets Tuesday
The Picayune City Council meets at 5 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 815 N. Beech St.
Included on the agenda are:
Consider minutes of the March 15 meeting.
Consider the docket.
Consider 2010 audit report.
Consider new business:
— Request by Coast Electric to use the filed west of Farmers Fresh Produce and north of Martin Luther King Boulevard and other open areas in the industrial park during emergency situation.
— Request o advertise five city-owned properties for sale.
Grant of $10,000 from Home Depot Foundation for Pennies for Your Park.
— Bid tabulation from Hartman Engineering Inc. for sewer rehabilitation in pump station service areas 7, 16 and 22.
— Lowest and best bid for sewer rehabilitation.
— Bid tabulation on sale of lot at corner of Mitchell and Haugh to Dennis Collier for $18,101.
— Dungan Engineering, P.A, invoice for $12,375 on high pressure gas line relocation project.
— Dungan Engineering, P.A. invoice for $19,400 for elevated water tank improvements.
— HRL Contracting request for $85,747.23
— Huey Stockstill, Inc. request for $314,881.32.
— Marges, LLC, invoices for $735.08 and for $1,083.08.
— Sample, Hicks & Associates invoice for $2,000.
— Accept surplus office furniture from Crosby Memorial Library to store and dispose of.
— Loan agreement for $1,300 from MDA.
— Council and administration to attend MML conference June 27-30.
— Application for STOP Violence Against Women grant for the police department.
— Application to MDOT for Safe Routes to School grant.
— Bid tabulations on water and gas meter replacement project and accept lowest bid from Empire Pipe & Supply for $1,001,400.
— First Amendment to service agreement for supply of water from Pearl River County Utility Authority.
— Sewer billing and collection services cooperative agreement with Pearl River County Utility Authority.
— Request to re-set date for public hearing on six property cleanups.
— Purchase 2010 Dodge Charger for $20,500 from the drug fund.
Miscellaneous council members’ business.
Consider going into executive session on a personnel matter, on economic development and on a contractual matter at the airport.