Tuesday, January22, 2019
Boards & Committees- none
Agenda Items were discussed.
Tuesday, January22, 2019
The Council of the City of Wetumpkaheld a work session prior to the Regular Meeting on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. Themeeting was called to order by Mayor Jerry Willis at 12:05 p.m. The Invocationwas given by Chaplain John Gallups and Councilmember Robbins led the Pledge ofAllegiance.
Upon Roll Call the following werepresent along with Mayor Willis: Kevin Robbins, Lewis E. Washington, Sr., LynnesS. Justiss, Steve Gantt and Greg Jones. Those present included Tiffany Robinson-CityClerk, WPD, along with department heads; staff members, and citizens ofWetumpka.
Councilmember Robbins offered amotion to approve the minutes of the special meeting held January 7, and the regularscheduled Council Meeting held Monday, January 11, 2019. The motion was secondedby Councilmember Gantt with the Council voting unanimously in favor of themotion.
There was no old business.
Under new business, CouncilmemberJones made a motion to approve Resolution No. 2019-1-11-1 for approval to enterinto agreement with the State of Alabama acting by and through the AlabamaDepartment of Transportation for project # TAPMN-TA18(936); CPMS Ref #100069432a multi-use path that connects the Wetumpka Sports Complex in the north to theRiverwalk in the South. CouncilmemberRobbins seconded the motion with the Council voting unanimously in favor of themotion.
BE IT RESOLVED, by the City of Wetumpka as follows:
That the City enter into an agreement with the State of Alabama,acting by and through the Alabama Department of Transportation relating to aproject for:
Multi-use path that connects the Wetumpka Sports Complex in thenorth to the Riverwalk in the south; Project# TAPMN-TA18(936); CPMS Ref#100069432;
Which agreement is before this Council, and that the agreement beexecuted in the name of the City, by the Mayor for and on its behalf and thatit be attested by the City Clerk and the official seal of the City be affixedthereto.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that upon the completion of the executionof the agreement by all parties, that a copy of such agreement be kept on fileby the City.
I, the undersigned qualified and acting Clerk of the City ofWetumpka, Alabama, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a truecopy of a resolution lawfully passed and adopted by the City named therein, ata regular meeting of such Council held on the ________ day of __________, ______,and that such resolution is on file in the City Clerk’s Office.
City Clerk Mayor
_______ day of _______________, 20____, and that such resolution isof record in the Minute Book of the City.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed theofficial seal of the City on this ______________day of _______________,20_____.
Councilmember Robbins made a motion for the addition of oraldrug and alcohol testing for post accidents in the City of Wetumpka’s PersonnelPolicies and Procedures Manual. Councilmember Jones seconded the motion withthe Council voting unanimously in favor of the motion.
Councilmember Gantt made a motion toapprove a new consent form for the oral drug and alcohol testing. CouncilmemberJustiss seconded the motion with the Council voting unanimously in favor of themotion.
Councilmember Jones made a motion toapprove the addition of the supplement to the drug and alcohol policies andprocedures. Councilmember Justiss seconded the motion with the Council votingunanimously in favor of the motion.
Councilmember Robbins made a motionto add an item to the agenda to approve replacing computer equipment destroyedby the January 19th tornado. Councilmember Justiss seconded themotion with the following roll call vote.
Councilmember Robbins Yes
Councilmember Washington Yes
Councilmember Justiss Yes
Councilmember Gantt Yes
Councilmember Jones Yes
Councilmember Robbins made a motionto suspend the rules and move forward with a vote to replace the computerequipment destroyed in the January 19th tornado. CouncilmemberWashington seconded the motion with the Council voting unanimously in favor ofthe motion.
Council member Robbins made a motionto replace computer equipment destroyed in the January 19th tornadonot to exceed $25,000. Councilmember Washington seconded the motion with theCouncil voting unanimously in favor of the motion.
Approved by Council on the 4th day of February, 2019.
TiffanyRobinson, City Clerk