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Hartselle Enquirer

Priceville Town Council

By Staff
The regular bi-monthly meeting of the Priceville Town Council was held on Thursday, June 22, 2006 at the Priceville Municipal Building.
Mayor Melvin Duran called the meeting to order at 7 p.m.
Kelly Dean, Town Clerk gave the roll call with the following members absent: Councilman Sam Heflin and Councilman Tommy Perry.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin gave the invocation.
Councilman John Oakley made the motion to approve the work session minutes of Thursday, June 8, 2006 as printed. Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman John Oakley made the motion to approve the previous minutes of Thursday, June 8, 2006 as printed. Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman John Oakley made the motion to amend the agenda for the following: Mayor, Birdwell Property, and letter from Corporal Rick Williams. Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Tim Crow made the motion to approve the following bills for payment by the Town Council:
Petty Cash, P1856-1860, $316.50
Billy Peebles, Police-reimburse Norton Virus Protection, $78.98
Unity Communication PVFD pager service, $139.50
New London Tech., Police-repair to Police Radio, $458.
Lanier Ford Shaver, Professional matters through April 30, 2006, $980.
AlaTax, May 2006-sales tax/audit, $527.50
Decatur Daily, PHS 2006 Graduation Ad, $240.
Spenco Fuel, Fuel Service 5/16-5/31/2006, $1,247.43
Decatur Utilities, Fire Hydrant Rental, $83
N.E. Morgan Co, Utilities-Municipal Bldg, $13.26
N.E. Morgan Co, Utilities-Municipal Irrigation, $542.88
N.E. Morgan Co., Utilities-Wheeler Center, $13.26
N.E. Morgan Co., Utilities-VPCC, $131.82
N.E. Morgan Co., Utilities-Gazebo Irrigation, $13.26
N.E. Morgan Co., Utilities-Fire Station 1, $20.97
N.E. Morgan Co., Utilities-Library, $13.26
Allied Waste Svc., Garbage Service-Municipal Bldg, $93.77
Allied Waste Svc., Garbage Service-Veterans Park, $174.32
Matthew Bender, Police-off DUI Handbook 2006, $23.10
Taylor Music, PHS Band Booster Appropriation Instruments, $4,987.00
Aramark, Monthly Mat Service, $78.50
TOTAL: $10,139.14
Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve lodging $168.63 for Mayor Melvin Duran to attend the Alabama League of Municipalities Executive Committee Meeting July 20, 2006 in Montgomery. Councilman John Oakley seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Tim Crow made the motion to approve the annual premium of $50,448 for the Alabama Municipal Insurance. Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve up to $500 for an appraisal for the Birdwell Property on Willowbrook St. Councilman John Oakley seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Mayor Melvin Duran read a "Thank You" letter from Corporal Rick Williams on the behalf of his family in the death of his sister.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve $200 for a class sponsorship for the Walking Horse Association of Alabama Charity Horse Show benefiting Camp Smile-A-Mile August 12, 2006. Councilman Tim Crow seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve $185 for a 1-page ad in the football and basketball programs for Brewer High School. The motion died for a lack of a second.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve four tires for Officer Jason Wilbanks patrol car. Councilman Tim Crow seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve an additional $20 for registration for Court Magistrate Linda Duran to attend the Alabama Municipal Court Clerk and Magistrate Conference July 26-29, 2006 in Birmingham, Alabama. Councilman Tim Crow seconded the motion. The motion carried with a roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-abstain.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve for Part Time Officer Herman Davis to attend the North Alabama Law Enforcement Colt AE-15/M-16 Armorer's Course August 22-24 instead of July 18-20, 2006 in Sheffield, Alabama. Councilman John Oakley seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve registration $200 Lodging, and other travel expense for Patrolman Jason Wilbanks to attend the Advanced Crime Scene Investigating Course at UNA September 5-8, 2006. Councilman John Oakley seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve $160 for Word Perfect for the Police Department Computer. Councilman John Oakley seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to approve $110 for two portable radio batteries for the police department. Councilman John Oakley seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman John Oakley made the motion to approve entering a contract with Cintas for overalls at a rate of $8.20 per man per week ($32.80 per week). Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman John Oakley made the motion to approve $600 for new uniforms for Paul Spicer and Micheal Bell. Councilman Wayne Dunkin seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to adjourn at 7:16 p.m.. Councilman John Oakley seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.
Priceville Town Council Special Called meeting
The special called meeting of the Priceville Town Council was held on Thursday, June 29, 2006 at the Priceville Municipal Building.
Mayor Melvin Duran called the meeting to order at 5:24 p.m.
Kelly Dean, Town Clerk gave the roll call with the following member absent: Councilman Sam Heflin.
Councilman Wayne Dunkin gave the invocation.
Councilman Tommy Perry made the motion to adopt Resolution 2006-03: A resolution setting Thursday, July 13, 2006 at 7 p.m. for a public hearing to discuss the recreational needs at Veterans Park by pertaining a Land and Water Conservation Grant. Councilman Tim Crow seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.Councilman Wayne Dunkin made the motion to adjourn at 5:25 p.m.. Councilman Tommy Perry seconded the motion. The motion carried with a unanimous roll call vote of the following: Councilman Tim Crow-yes, Councilman Wayne Dunkin-yes, Councilman John Oakley-yes, Councilman Tommy Perry-yes, and Mayor Melvin Duran-yes.

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