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Ordinances propose annexing Cain addition

The Hartselle City Council approved separate introductory ordinances to annex and zone a second phase addition to Cain Park, off of Lando-Cain Road, at a regular meeting Sept. 22. 

The property comprises 14.83 acres and is owned by Greenbrier Holdings LLC. It lies within a Priority Two annexation area in the city’s comprehensive plan. 

A separate ordinance introduced would zone the property R-5, or patio home. This zone is in keeping with the master layout plan approved previously for Cain Park by the Planning Commission. 

The Planning Commission will make a formal recommendation on both proposed ordinances at its Oct. 13 meeting. 

The Council acted on other matters as follows: 

  • adopted an amended ordinance revising the city’s wrecker service policy
  • introduced an ordinance rezoning a lot on Highway 31 South, from B-1 (local shopping) to R-1 (residential, single family)
  • made two board appointments: Jacob Pfeiffer to the EMS Board and Terry Kay to the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
  • approved year-end budget transfers for all city departments and funds approved a request from the police department to apply for a 2020 ADECA Law Enforcement Equipment Grant for $23,000 to purchase radar equipment for nine patrol vehicles
  • approved a request from Fire and Rescue to classify a 1987 Ford E-One fire truck as surplus property list it for sale on govdeals.com
  • authorized the mayor to accept a proposal from CDG Engineer & Associates to provide a traffic warrant signal analysis for Highway 31 improvements from Curry Street to the Sparkman Street intersection at a cost of $7,840
  • approved a six-month lease agreement with Diamond Pro Corp. for $1,500 for a portion of the building at 100 College Stformerly Dencraft 

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