Town Council

Berry Council approves purchase of police dog


Shown at the Berry Town Council meeting, from left: Council members Mary Sue Lollar, Chuck Tidwell, Russell Madison, Chris Lindsey and Calvin Madison.

The Berry Town Council approved the purchase of a drug dog during its Feb, 5 meeting. All council members were present for the meeting. The council addressed the purchase of another drug dog to help with patrolling Berry and other areas if municipalities need assistance. The most recent drug dog died in an accident, and the previous drug dog is no longer able to perform its duties as well as is needed.

 

Berry Town Council holds brief meeting



The Berry Town Council held a brief regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 2. All council members with the exception of Councilman Charles Tidwell were present for the meeting. The council voted to approve a quote from Langley Lawn and Fence of Bankston to install a “walk gate” for the Berry Water Department at a cost of $850.

 

Berry approves sewer project bid


Pictured is the Berry Town Hall.

The Berry Town Council awarded the bid on its sewer replacement project during its Dec. 4 meeting. All council members, along with Berry Mayor Jimmy Madison and Town Clerk Marie McCluskey, were present for the meeting. The low bid on the sewer replacement project was from Price Civil Services of Vance at a cost of $750,000.

 

Glen Allen honors former clerk


Pictured is Glen Allen Mayor Allen Dunavant presenting a proclamation to former Town Clerk Shirley Stewart for her many years of service to Glen Allen.

The Glen Allen Town Council met on Tuesday,  Dec. 5 at the town’s community center for the regular monthly meeting. All council members were present with the exception of Councilman Robert Aldridge. Following standard opening procedures, Glen Allen Mayor Allen Dunavant presented a proclamation to former town clerk Shirley Stewart, honoring  her for 18 1/2 years service serving as the town clerk and also the water department clerk.

 

Glen Allen Council discusses demolition of building



The Glen Allen Town Council met on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at the town’s community center. All council members were present for the monthly meeting. Addressing items of old business, Mayor Allen J. Dunavant informed the council that the Fayette Community Foundation Grant application requesting funds to assist with developing a walking track on the community center’s property was submitted prior to the deadline date.