The Minor Hill Board of Mayor and Alderman unanimously passed the financial and police reports.
A total of five citations were issued including four for speeding and one for failure to exercise due care. Fines received by the city totaled $507.25 with an additional $88.75 in court costs.
Multiple concerned citizens were in attendance to discuss the issue, which had previously prompted the board to attempt to enforce an existing ordinance to ensure property upkeep as well as health and sanitation.
Minor Hill Mayor Tracy Wilburn said that many residents who received letters had already begun the process of bringing their property in line with the ordinance.
The question over what the next step would be for those who had received a letter but not addressed the property upkeep concerns.
Wilburn suggested that officer Ted Burdette could visit the property owners personally to discuss the matter.