Published: February 24, 2021


THE PULASKI BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN MET IN REGULAR SESSION TUESDAY. LEADERS ENTERTAINED A SHORT AGENDA IN WHICH ALL ITEMS WERE VOTED ON AND APPROVED. AMONG THOSE ITEMS INCLUDED THE AWARDING OF A BID FOR THE SEWAGE PUMPING STATION REPLACEMENT AT THE WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT WHICH WENT TO THE LOWEST BIDDER,  GILISPIE CONSTRUCTION ENTERPRISE OUT OF MCMINVILLE FOR 366 THOUSAND DOLLARS. THE AUTHORIZATION TO FILE FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT GRANTS TO BE USED PRIMARILY FOR EQUIPMENT SAW MUCH FAVOR AS DID THE MAYOR'S APPOINTMENT OF KELBY SUTTON TO THE PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITY. LEADERS THEN CONSIDERED A REQUEST FROM A PROPERTY OWNER IN MAKING HARWELL ALLEY A ONE WAY STREET GOING NORTH AS THE ONE BLOCK SECTION OF ROAD IS TOO NARROW FOR TWO LANES OF VEHICLES TO TRAVEL. BOARD MEMBERS APPROVED THE REQUEST. THE PULASKI BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN WILL MEET AGAIN FOR A WORK SESSION ON MONDAY.