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Published: May 28, 2020


THE LAWRENCEBURG BOARD OF MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MET IN REGULAR SESSION THURSDAY (TODAY). LEADERS ENTERTAINED A LENGTHY AGENDA IN WHICH ALL ITEMS WERE VOTED ON AND APPROVED. AMONG THE ITEMS INCLUDED AMENDMENTS TO THE 2019-2020 BUDGET TO REFLECT GRANTS FUNDS FROM FEMA, RESOLUTIONS TO REAPPOINT ROBERT JONES TO THE BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES AND TO RENAME JOHNS ALLEY TO JETER ALLEY IN HONOR OF MICHAEL JETER. A RESOLUTION TO ENTER INTO AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH LAWRENCE COUNTY REGARDING THE SOUTHERN TENNESSEE HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER RECEIVED MUCH FAVOR AS AMENDED AND TIM PETTUS AND KEITH DURHAM WERE APPOINTED AS LAWRENCEBURG'S REPRESENTATIVES ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CENTER. A ROLL OUT PLAN TO IMPLEMENTED TO REMOVE AND REPLACE AT LEAST FOUR POLICE VEHICLES EVERY 5 YEARS STARTING IN 2023 WAS APPROVED AS WAS THE AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO NEGOTIATE A CONTRACT WITH VERIZON CELL TO PLACE AN ANTENNA ON A SUPPORT TOWER LOCATED AT EITHER THE POLICE OR FIRE DEPARTMENT. THE BOARD WILL MEET AGAIN ON THE SECOND THURSDAY IN JUNE.