Town Council

Berry to seek bids on water pumps



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.

 

Glen Allen to run CCR report



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.

 

Berry Council approves heat pump purchase


Pictured at the May 2 Berry Town Council meeting, from left: Mayor Jimmy Madison, Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar, Councilman Charles Tidwell, Councilman Russell Madison, Councilman Troyce Townsel and Councilman Calvin Madison.

The Berry Town Council held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, May 2. All council members were present for the meeting. Prior to the start of the meeting, Councilman Russell Madison led those in attendance in prayer. Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar led the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

Berry Council to seek bids on new sewer jetter


Pictured is the Berry Town Council at its April 4 meeting. From left: Berry Mayor Jimmy Madison, Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar, and Councilmen Chuck Tidwell, Russell Madison, Troyce Townsel and Calvin Madision.

The Berry Town Council held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 4. All council members were present for the meeting. At the beginning of the meeting, Berry Police Chief Gerald Dedeaux  gave the police report for March 7 through April 3.

 

Berry Council approves repair of generator


Pictured is the Berry Town Council during its March 7 meeting. From left: Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar, Councilman Russell Madison, Councilman Troyce Townsel and Councilman Calvin Madison.

The Berry Town Council held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 7. All council members were present for the meeting with the exception of Councilman Chuck Tidwell. In old business, the council again debated whether to replace the worn out generator at the Berry Fire Station or attempt to repair the current generator.

Berry Council hears from evicted tenant


Pictured at the Berry Town Council meeting on Feb. 7, from left: Mayor Jimmy Madison, Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar, Councilman Chuck Tidwell, Councilman Russell Madison, Councilman Troyce Townsel and Councilman Calvin Madison.

The Berry Town Council held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Feb. 7. All council members were present for the meeting. Prior to the start of the meeting, Roger Mertens, pastor of Berry Bible Missionary Church, led those in attendance in prayer. Before the business portion of the meeting began, Ronnie Magouirk, speaking on behalf of Stallion Trailers, addressed the council concerning the recent eviction notice that was sent to him concerning the leased property. The property in question is the former Amory building.

 

Berry accepts Endo opioid settlement


Pictured at the Dec. 20, 2021 special-called meeting of the Berry Town Council, from left: Mayor Jimmy Madison, Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar, and Councilmen Russell Madison, Troyce Townsel and Calvin Madison.

The Berry Town Council held a special-called meeting on Dec. 20, 2021. All council members were present with the exception of Councilman Chuck Tidwell. The meeting was called for the purpose of considering the proposed Endo Corporation opioid settlement, and to also hear the annual audit report from Phillip Eads, of the accounting firm Kellum, Wilson and Associates.

 

Cowan appointed to Glen Allen Council


Cynthia Cowan is shown taking the oath of office from Probate Judge Mike Freeman as the newest member of the Glen Allen Town Council prior to the council’s Dec. 7 meeting.

The Glen Allen Town Council met in regular session on Tuesday, Dec. 7 at the town’s community center. Following standard opening procedures for the council meeting, Mayor Allen J. Dunavant welcomed Cynthia Cowan onboard as the newly appointed councilor to serve the town in council seat five. The Honorable Probate Judge Mike Freeman had sworn Cowan in for the position just prior to the council meeting.