Current Council Meeting Agenda

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The agenda for the upcoming City Council meeting will be posted to this page on the Friday prior to the regularly scheduled Council meeting.   A link to watch the Mayor and Council meetings live can be found at: / Current Council agendas with links to all documentation may also be accessed through the above link.

Agendas on this page:

The Pre Council Meeting, Monday, August 6, 2018 held at City Hall in the 2nd floor Admin Conference Room at 6:00 PM

Mayor and Council Meeting Agenda for August 6, 2018 will be held in Council Chambers at 7:00 PM.


City of Smyrna

2800 King Street

Smyrna, Georgia 30080 


Pre-Council Agenda

August 6, 2018


Admin Conference Room


1) Council Goals – Derek Norton

2) City Administrator Report

3) Review of the August 6, 2018 Mayor and Council Agenda


City Council

Meeting Agenda ‑ Final

Council Chambers

Monday, August 6, 2018

7:00 PM


Roll Call

Call to Order

1. Invocation and Pledge: Reverend Pam McCurdy, Bethany United Methodist Church (760 Hurt Rd)

2. Agenda Changes:

3. Mayoral Report:

A. 018 336 Approval of the recording of the Official City Election Results for the Special Election Run off for Ward 6 held July 24, 2018. The candidates in the runoff election on July 24, 2018 were Tim Gould with 603 total votes for 60.30% and Idella Moore with 397 total votes for 39.70%. There were 1021 total votes for the Ward 6 runoff election which was 18.9% of the registered voters (5,416) in Ward 6.
Sponsors: Fennel

B. 2018 337 Swearing in Ceremony to complete the current term of the Ward 6 Council Member seat for Tim Gould by Superior Court Judge Ann Harris
Sponsors: City Council

C. 2018 338 Mayor's assignment of Council Committees
Sponsors: Bacon

4. Land Issues/Zonings/Annexations:

Speaking time for the public hearing related to the following land issues/zonings/annexations will be (5) five minutes.

A. 2018 163 Public Hearing Zoning Request Z18 007 Rezoning from R 15 to RAD Conditional for two single family homes at a density of 5.2 units per acre 0.38 Acres Land Lot 559 1478 Spring Street PM Builders, LLC
Sponsors: Blackburn

5. Privilege Licenses:

6. Formal Business:

A. 2018 304 Adoption of the 2018 millage rate of 8.99 mills
Sponsors: Fennel

B. 2018 343 Approve Non Exclusive Access Easement, in favor of Frances J. Cribbs, and her successors in title, across the entrance way into North Cooper Lake Park in order to allow access, limited to a single curb cut to 4281 Nowlin Drive.
Sponsors: Fennel

7. Commercial Building Permits:

8. Consent Agenda:

A. 2018 327 Approval of the July 16, 2018 Mayor and Council Meeting Minutes
Sponsors: City Council

B 2018 328 Approval of the July 16, 2018 Pre Council Meeting Minutes
Sponsors: City Council

C. 2018 319 Approval of the June 28, 2018 Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes

D. 2018 321 Approval of the July 12, 2018 Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes

E. 2018 329 Award RFP 18 021 for annual financial audit services to the low bidder Nichols, Cauley & Associates, LLC. in the amount of $28,000 per year and authorize the Mayor to execute any related documents.
Sponsors: Fennel

F. 2018 332 Approve the 4 year lease of Turf Maintenance equipment for $35,331.12 per year, on GA State Contract Pricing, from Jerry Pate Turf and Irrigation, 5350 Tulane Drive, Atlanta, GA 30336 and authorize the Mayor to execute any related documents.
Sponsors: Wilkinson

G. 2018 340 Approve the replacement of radios that control the ten (10) Severe Weather Outdoor Warning Sirens, Phase II SPLOST expenditure in the amount of $58,970.00 from Allcomm Wireless, Inc, 1508 Noble St.,
Anniston, AL.
Sponsors: Norton

H. 2018 341 Approval to revisions to Personnel Policy EMP 3 0 Recruitment and Selection, and authorize the Mayor to execute related documents
Sponsors: Blackburn

I. 2018 334 Approval of the 2018 Star 94.1 Woofstock Downtown Event Area Definition, Street Closings to include the Market Village entrance (West Spring) in front of City Hall, and Bank Street from King Street to the private residence including entrances on Bank Street, to close the Circle (in front of the Library and the Community Center including connecting streets), and Special Requests for approved festival on Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30, 2018.
Sponsors: Fennel

9. Committee Reports:

10. Show Cause Hearings:

11. Citizen Input: Speaking time for citizen input will be limited to three minutes.

12. Adjournment: