Volume 52, Number 4

ten pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, January 22, 2015

Town of Byrdstown discusses budget

The Town of Byrdstown Board of Mayor and Aldermen met in a Special Called Meeting on Friday, June 25, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. at Town Hall. Those present were Mayor Billy Robbins, Recorder Johnny Sells, Alderwoman Opal Clayborn, Alderman Glenn Parris, Alderman Rex Tompkins, Boy Young, Robert Bond, Jerry Corya, Garry Garrett, Water Plant Supervisor Malcolm Harmon, Anthony Scott, and CPA David Melton. The Mayor called the meeting to order and explained that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss the budget for 2010-2011.
A motion was made by Opal Clayborn to renew the contract for audit services totaling $9,200.00 for the 2010-2011 budget year. A second was voiced by Johnny Sells and, with all members voting aye, the motion carried.
A motion was made by Johnny Sells to operate on a continuing budget until the new budget is in place.
The Board heard from the Fire Department as Fire Chief Robert Bond addressed the Council asking for an additional $10,000.00 for the Fire Dept. The Council agreed to the request.
A motion was made by Rex Tompkins to approve and make budget amendments as presented for the Fiscal year ending. A second was voiced by Johnny Sells and, with all members voting aye, the motion carried.
With these being the only topics to discuss, a motion was made by Johnny Sells to adjourn. A second was voiced by Glenn Parris and, with all members voting aye, the meeting adjourned at 10:04 a.m.

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