Mayoral Update

Mayor's Office, News

As we conclude another week in this global public health emergency, I want to thank the many Martinsville residents who have followed Governor Holcomb’s directive to “hunker down” and only make essential trips. You are making a difference in the mitigation of the COVID-19 virus. As we continue to work our way through this pandemic, I want to remind you …

Board of Works and Safety Meeting Minutes – April 13, 2020 (Virtual Meeting)

Board of Works and Safety, News

ATTENDANCE  THOSE MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE Kenny Costin, Mayor Kelly M. Bray, Boardmember Kris Fuller, Boardmember Rebecca J Tumey, Clerk-Treasurer Dale Coffey, City Attorney MINUTES A motion to accept the Minutes of March 30, 2020, as written was made by Boardmem- ber Kris Fuller. Boardmember Kelly Bray seconded the motion. Clerk-Treasurer Becky Tumey called a roll call vote: Bray, yes; Fuller, …

MEETING NOTICES

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The Martinsville Board of Works and Safety will meet remotely on Monday, April 13th; however, the time for this virtual meeting has been changed to 4:00 PM. This meeting will have a limited agenda. The public is invited to attend by going to the City of Martinsville Facebook page. The Martinsville Common Council meeting set for Monday, April 13th has …

Common Council Meeting Agenda – March 30, 2020

City Council

Monday, March 30, 2020 – 7:00 PM Via Zoom Call to Order Opening Prayer Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call Opening Comment Consideration of the Minutes A. Review of the Monday, March 9, 2020 Meeting Minutes Old Business A. Rod Stafford Easement Request New Business A. Resolution 2020-602 – Transfer of Funds a. From Liability Insurance Fund to Travel Fund B. …

News Release – City Announces Changes Due To Governor’s Orders

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Martinsville – In light of the announcement made this afternoon by Governor Eric Holcomb, Martinsville Mayor Kenny Costin has announced that starting Tuesday, March 24, 2020 City Hall and all other city buildings will be closed to the general public for at least the next two weeks. Mayor Costin stated, “City Emergency services of the police and fire departments will …

News Release – Changes Made In City Operations

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Due to public health emergency declared by Governor Holcomb, changes are being made to some city operations. Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, public access to the Water Utility Office has been suspended until further notice. Customers may still pay their water utility bills at the office by using the drive-up window located on the north side of the office. Customers …