The Glen Allen Town Council met on Tuesday, Nov. 1 at the town’s community center. Councilman Robert Aldridge was absent from the regularly scheduled monthly meeting, with all other council members present. Addressing items of old business, Mayor Allen J. Dunavant informed the council that the Fayette Community Foundation Grant application requesting funding assistance for improvements to the town hall infrastructure was submitted prior to the deadline. He also reminded the council of the public meeting, which will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. at the town hall.
The Berry Town Council met for its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Aug. 1 at Berry Town Hall. Councilman Calvin Madison and Councilman Charles Tidwell were absent from the meeting, with all other council members present. Councilman Russell Madison led the council in prayer, with Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar leading the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Berry Town Council held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, July 11. All council members were present for the meeting. The July meeting of the Berry Town Council was held one week later than usual, due to its regular meeting date falling on the Independence Day holiday.
Meeting in regular session on Tuesday, July 5, the Glen Allen Town Council adopted two resolutions concerning the town’s grant application with the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) in an attempt to address paving and drainage issues on the town’s streets.
The Berry Town Council voted at its June 6 meeting to seek bids for three new raw water pumps for the Berry Water System. All council members were in attendance for the meeting with the exception of Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar. Berry Water Plant Chief Operator Walter Taylor appeared before the council during the meeting to explain to the council the urgent need for the new pumps. He also explained that there is at least a six-month wait to receive new pumps once they are ordered.
The Glen Allen Town Council met in regular session on Tuesday, June 7 at the town’s community center. All council members were in attendance for the meeting. Allen Grocholski, who serves as the town’s attorney, informed the council members of options available for the removal of a used mobile home located on property owned by the town at 11th street west.