The Foley City Council will meet at 4 p.m. on Oct. 3 in a joint regular/work session in council chambers. During the meeting the council will discuss:
A first reading of an ordinance to pre-zone 35.27 acres on the east side of State Route 59 and south of Hadley Road to planned unit development. The agenda lists the owners of the property as Daniel Ray Pugh, Sandra Pugh Norwood, Vickie Wilkinson, John Ricky Pugh and Rebecca Rapier. The item received a favorable recommendation from the planning commission.
A second reading of an ordinance to rezone property owned by Powers Investments from recreational vehicle park to extended business district. The property is on the west side of the Beach Express between County Road 20 and County Road 12.
The second reading of an ordinance to rezone property owned by The Reserve of Foley and Reserve of Foley West from extended business to residential multi-family.
A proclamation recognizing the 105th birthday of Ms. Audrey Talbot Malden Ainsley on Oct. 15.
A resolution to spend $11,000 for software, support and management for the Senior Center.
A resolution declaring weeds to be a nuisance and ordering its abatement at 2550 S. McKenzie Street, a vacant lot.
A resolution to give OWA approval for two additional fireworks shows, the first for the Christmas tree lighting on Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 31 at 8:50 p.m.
A resolution appointing Gregg Knight to the board of adjustments and appeals.
A resolution approving the purchase of a 2022 Peterbilt 520 ASL garbage truck for $306,111. There is $360,000 in the budget for the truck.
A resolution to move Hometown Halloween from Thursday, Oct. 27 to Friday, Oct. 28 to avoid a conflict with a Foley High School football game. The event will be from 5:15-8:00 p.m.
A resolution for a reimbursement agreement for Baldwin County to pay for resource officers at four Foley schools at $50,000 for each. The $200,000 will cover the costs for resource officers at Foley schools from Aug. 12 through Aug. 12, 2023.
A resolution acknowledging the appointment of Councilman Charles Ebert III to the Education Advisory Committee.
A special events liquor license for the Chocolate and Cheese Festival on Nov. 12 from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
A resolution authorizing Mayor Ralph Hellmich to enter into a three-year service agreement with TK Elevator Corp. for three years with an annual price of $5,280.
A resolution reappointing Kathryn Ford to the Museum-Archives Board.
A resolution approving the emergency purchase of an air conditioning unit at the Senior Center.
A resolution approving an agreement with the Baldwin County Board of Education to give the BOE $200,000 and according to the agreement the county board will match it dollar for dollar. All of the funds together must be spent on the six schools in Foley, per the agreement.