The Foley City Council will meet at 4 p.m. on Monday, June 20, in a joint regular/work session at city hall. The council will discuss:
A proclamation honoring Lugenia Hall.
A progress report on the Coastal Alabama Miracle League being planned for Summerdale and consider a $20,000 donation to the effort. The council recently discussed making a donation to the project and in October, Orange Beach pledged $20,000 and would match other cities’ donations up to $100,000.
Approving the payment of municipal expenses for May in the amount of $4.2 million.
Departmental reports on taxes and permits for May including $3.2 million collected in sales taxes, $163,447 in lodging taxes, $35,839 in rental taxes, $45,468 in local gas taxes and $109,853 in permit fees.
A Community Development report showing in May the city issued 39 permits for single family dwellings, one for a mobile home and four for multi-family and various miscellaneous permits with a total valuation of $11.4 million.
A May report from the police department showing the jail received and processed 349 people and made 127 arrests during the month with 41 of those dealing with domestic violence.
A resolution accepting a grant from the FAA and Alabama Department of Transportation for improvements to the master plan and layout for the Foley Airport for $72,420.
A resolution accepting a summer reading grant from Dollar General in the amount of $3,000.
A resolution accepting a $15,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security to buy gear and equipment for the police department to help with response to calls involving hazardous materials.
A resolution approving the use of Max Griffin Park for the Jehovah Witness Community to display free Bible-based literature on Saturdays from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
A resolution approving the application for a Transportation Alternatives Program grant for the extension of bicycle and pedestrian improvements along Airport Road, Little Rock Road, Dailey Lane, County Road 65 and Cater Lee Way. A preliminary estimate from Volkert says the cost should be about $942,929 with the federal grant paying $754,340 and Foley contributing $188,585.
A resolution reappointing Gene Mader to the Senior Center Board for a new term from July of 2022 to July of 2025.
A resolution to continue having combined council regular/work sessions every first and third Monday of each month starting at 4 p.m.