Leesville City Council met at 3:00 p.m. Monday, July 26, 2021. Councilman Shapkoff was absent.
Monthly bills were reported as $17,729.91.
The finance report was for the last month of the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The city ended the year with 105% revenues and 88% expenditures.
Five pay requests were approved for the total amount of $53,189.90 for the Runway and Taxi Micro-surfacing and Striping project.
The Council recognized Trey Lawrence as Water System Specialist of the Year North District; and Principals of the Year Dion Bradford of Parkway Elementary School and Karen Robertson of West Leesville Elementary School.
Mr. Cedric Floyd of the Data Center made a presentation to the Council regarding the use of his company for the reapportionment and redistricting that will have to be done once the census data is released.
An ordinance was introduced to rezone and allow a mobile home on Parcel 0111274790.
It was resolved that the Leesville Daily Leader is the official journal for the City of Leesville.
Two resolutions were passed:
- the mayor is authorized to apply for and participate in the 2021-2022 Cares Grant; and
- the council accepted the Wetlands Delineation Proposal submitted by Southland Environmental regarding the Sartor Street property behind WalMart and Lowe's in Leesville.