Board of Public Works Meeting Agenda – July 13, 2020

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Call to Order Roll Call Consideration of the Minutes Review of the Tuesday, June 22, 2020 Meeting Minutes Old Business New Business Consideration of Agreement to Provide Services Consideration of Recommendation on SCADA System Purchase Additional New Business Sewer Adjustments 400 W. Sumner — $290.50 Next Regular Meeting The next regular meeting will be on Monday, July 27th at 6:30 …

Common Council Meeting Agenda – July 13, 2020

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Call to Order Swearing in of New Council Member Roll Call Opening Prayer Pledge of Allegiance  Consideration of the Minutes Review of the Monday, June 22, 2020 Meeting Minutes Mayor’s Report  Staff Updates City Park Superintendent’s Update Old Business New Business Tax Abatement Compliance Approvals The Retreat at Mineral Springs, LP For Bare Feet, LLC Artesian Group, LLC Consideration of …

Board Of Public Works Meeting Minutes – June 22, 2020

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ATTENDANCE THOSE MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE Kenny Costin Mayor Kelly M. Bray, Board Member Kris Fuller, Board Member Rebecca J Tumey, Clerk-Treasurer Dale Coffey, City Attorney  MINUTES Mayor Costin presented the Minutes of Monday, June 8, 2020.  There being no objections, the Minutes were approved by unanimous consent.  Please Note: Board member Kelly Bray spoke to me (Tumey) after the meeting.  …

Common Council Meeting Minutes – June 22, 2020

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Mayor Costin called the virtual meeting Martinsville Common Council to order on Monday, June 22, 2020.  Chaplain Ross Cochrum led the prayer, followed by Mayor Costin leading the Pledge of Allegiance. ATTENDANCE THOSE MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE Kenny Costin, Mayor Phil Deckard, District 1 Ben Mahan, District 2 Josh Ferran, District 3 Chip Keller, District 4 Phil Deckard II, District 5 …

Water Utility Office Announces Saturday Hours

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MARTINSVILLE – The City of Martinsville has announced that the Water Utility Office drive-up window is now open on Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon.  Those persons who wish to pay their water utility bills in person, or call the office, but unable to make it to the office during weekday office hours, may now do so on Saturdays …

Plans for Fourth of July Announced

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MARTINSVILLE – Plans for the 2020 Fourth of July Celebration in Martinsville have been announced and they will be a little different from years past.  In conjunction with the City of Martinsville, the Park Board released that on July 4th, Jimmy Nash City Park will be open to foot traffic only.  The gate will remain closed to all vehicular traffic …

Statement From The Mayor

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On Sunday a number of people exercised their constitutional right to protest the social injustices that have occurred in many cities across the United States and around the world.  Sunday’s demonstration remained orderly and there were no reports of damage to any of our downtown building or monuments.  We are grateful for all those who were on the square on …

Trash Pick-up Changes Due To Holiday

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Martinsville – Due to the Friday, July 3, 2020 observance of the Fourth of July holiday, residents who normally have their trash picked up on Fridays will have their trash picked up on Monday, July 6, 2020.  Residents are asked not to place their trash curbside before 6:00 PM on Sunday, July 5. Additionally, due to the holiday, the July …

City Announces Plan for Reopening

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARTINSVILLE – Pursuant to Governor Eric Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-26 outlining the plan to reopen the state, Martinsville Mayor Kenny Costin has announced the city’s plan for reopening. The mayor stated, “Obviously, all of the governor’s order applies to Martinsville; however, the order states that each city may determine its own plan for reopening local government.  Today, …