The Pulaski Mayor and Alderman approved the referral of bids for the annual purchase of police cars during a regular monthly meeting.
City Administration Terry Harrison and Chief of Police John Dickey were given the authority to award the bids.
The bid of $26,026 from Sharp Motor Company for a 2021 Dodge Charger police car will be compared to the state’s pricing.
Harrison informed the board that Sharp Motor Company was the only submission, and two or three other dealerships had requested specifications but did not send in a bid.
Two cars out of the general fund and two out of the drug fund are expected to be purchased.
Harison said bids were ready to go out for a splash pad to replace the Pulaski Recreation Center pool.
"It is expected to be one of the largest in Middle Tennessee," said Harrison.
The cost would be approximately the same to rebuild the pool or build the pad, but the pad would cost less in the long run, according to Harrison.
Bids are scheduled to be opened for the pads on January 12th.
The board rejected a request from the property owner on Rocky Road for the placement of a utility pole on property jointly owned by the county and city.
A resolution was approved relative to Pulaski Electric System tax-equivalent totaling $1,107,414.16.
The board approved bond resolutions for the water and sewer department for the borrowing of up to $12 million.
The next work session meeting is scheduled at 4:30 p.m. Monday, January 4th, at the City Hall.