Updated August 14, 2019
A bid was approved Tuesday on four new police cruisers during the regular session of Pulaski Board of Mayor and Alderman.
Two bids were opened with Sharp Motor Company of Pulaski as the lowest bidder with a cost of $23,924 on each vehicle. The other bidder was Freeman in Antioch with a bid of $24,300.
The board accepted Sharp's bid to purchase four white cruisers.
City Administrator Terry Harrison was given the permission to review an award a maintenance contract for the Downtown Landscaping and four welcome signs. The two bids opened were from Five Stone Landscaping for $6600 and Tennessee Valley and Lawn Care for $7400 a year.
On second reading, the board accepted to amend the 2019-2020 General Government Budget after purchasing a new garbage truck.
During the noon meeting, the board agreed to appoint Fred Lindsey to the Housing Authority Board.
Parade permits were approved for Giles County Chamber/Chili Cookoff, Giles County Chamber/Here's the beef, Pulaski Trick or Treat around square and the Giles County Chamber Christmas Parade.