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The regular meeting of the Northport City Council convened at 6:00 p.m. on February 16, 2016, at the Northport City Hall, located at 3500 McFarland Blvd. The invocation was offered by Rev. Byron Fair, Associate Pastor from St. Marks United Methodist Church. President Logan led the assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance. Upon roll call, the following were found to be present: President Logan, Councilwoman Hayes, Pro Tem Sullivan, Councilman Sims, and Councilman Harper. Also present were City Administrator Scott Collins and Mayor Bobby Herndon. Motion by President Logan, Second by Pro Tem Sullivan to approve the agenda for the February 15, 2016 Council meeting with the deletion of item 8b1, Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with ALDOT for Traffic Signal removal at McFarland Boulevard and Northwood Crossings. Roll call vote was as follows: President Logan, Yes; Pro Tem Sullivan, Yes; Councilwoman Hayes, Yes; Councilman Sims, Yes; Councilman Harper, Yes. Motion Carried Unanimously. Motion by Pro Tem Sullivan, Second by Councilman Sims to approve Ordinance 1895 rezoning 1.25 acres located at the NE corner of Highway 43 N and Northwood Estates Drive from RS-25 to C-3. Roll call vote was as follows: Pro Tem Sullivan, Yes; Councilman Sims, Yes; Councilwoman Hayes, Yes; Councilman Harper, Yes; President Logan, Yes. Motion Carried Unanimously. Motion by Pro Tem Sullivan, Second by Councilman Sims to approve the Consent Agenda for the February 15, 2016 Council Meeting. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Consent Agenda Minutes, February 8, 2016 Regular Meeting Bill Listing Travel/Training, 2 employees, AAPPA Overview Compensation & Job Evaluation Course, March 3-4th, Auburn, AL - $400 - HR PO Requisition, Stivers Ford, Montgomery, AL Five (5) State Bid Ford Interceptor Utility Police Patrol Units, $133,790 total ($26,758.00 each, delivered) - Admin PO Requisition, 5/8” Radio Read Meters, Empire Pipe & Supply, $76,860 - Utilities Travel/Training, 2 employees, 2016 FL/AL Joint Conference, May 1718th, Panama City, FL $1,166.24 - Utilities Travel/Training, 3 employees, SAFE Drinking Water Act Compliance Class, March 3rd, Hanceville, AL $0 - Utilities Travel/Training, 8 employees, Automatic Control Valves Factory Authorized Service Training Class, March 2nd, Tuscaloosa, AL - $0 Utilities
Roll call vote was as follows Pro Tem Sullivan, Yes; Councilman Sims, Yes; Councilman Harper, Yes; Councilwoman Hayes, Yes; President Logan, Yes. Motion Carried Unanimously. Public Comment: Mr. Jody Jobson, 1534 Bellwood Lane signed up to speak but declined. Mayor and Council Member’s Business: Councilwoman Hayes, District 1, none President Logan, District 2, none President Pro Tem Sullivan, District 3, thanked Rev. Byron Fair for attending the meeting, as well as former Councilman Steve Acker. Councilman Sims, District 4, thanked former Councilman Steve Acker for attending the meeting. Councilman Harper, District 5, thanked his son Hunter as well as former Councilman Steve Acker for attending the meeting.
City Council Meeting February 15, 2016 Page 2 ____________________________ Mayor Herndon, thanked Rev. Byron Fair and former Councilman Steve Acker for attending the meeting. Motion by President Logan, Second by Councilman Harper to adjourn the meeting. Roll call vote was as follows: President Logan, Yes; Councilman Harper, Yes; Councilman Sims, Yes; Pro Tem Sullivan, Yes; Councilwoman Hayes, Yes. Motion Carried Unanimously. There being no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 6:04 p.m. ______________________ Jay Logan, President ATTEST: ___________________________ Scott Collins, City Administrator