The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen discussed several items Tuesday afternoon during a work session via zoom meeting.
Pulaski Mayor Pat Ford explained to the board that the Dog Park grants have been completed with all requirements. "We will move forward with the bids," said Ford.
City Recorder Terry Harrison told the board that he hopes to have the Splash Pad recommendation from the architect this week including the two lowest bidders.
During a recent meeting, the board referred the Splash Pad bids to the city administrator, architect, and department head to review with authority to award.
Harrison said the dressing rooms next to the pool would remain the same with some more work.
"I have been told this pad will be one of the largest in the Southern Regional area", added Harrison.
EDC Director David Hamilton told the board there was an issue with the surveyor on Lot 15.
Hamilton said he had requested the $2,000 back that was issued to the surveyor and he has not seen a check as of Tuesday.
Other items sent to the January 26th regular meeting was a Public Hearing and Ordinance on second reading relative to amending the Beer Ordinance.
Authorizing advertising for aerial sewer creek crossing improvements plus advertising bids for "Move Again" gas and sewer will be sent to the next meeting.
Harrison told the board that the gas and sewer were a problem on 31 South between Bunker Hill and Aspen Hill Roads.
He said TDOT created the issue when they filled a deep hole with crushed gravel and large rocks.
The state has agreed to reimburse the city 100 percent for the work done.
In new business, Harrison agreed to ask a city worker to go out on Maple Street and attempt to scare the birds in another direction.