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City Council  Regular Session - Monday June 13, 2011 at 5:30

 
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Since it's June, I should probably replace this turkey...

...maybe with a pic of the Mill?

 
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Remerton City Council Regular Session - Aug. 9, 2010
Monday, 09 August 2010

CITY OF REMERTON - REGULAR SESSION MEETING AGENDA
MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2010 at 5:30 P.M.

WELCOME GUESTS.
PLEDGE AND PRAYER.
ESTABLISH QUORUM OF COUNCIL.
CITIZENS TO BE HEARD-(min 01:00-06:50 ) Frenchy DePasture spoke about open sex acts observed between Baytree Pl and Plum St, the condition of Remerton water and Police incident reports (11) about Councilman Ryan Gordon as well as question about his actual residency.

NEW BUSINESS:
1. Consideration regarding financial report-Lisa Mashburn, City Clerk.
2. Consideration regarding approval of meeting minutes from Combined Workession/Regular Session, July 6, 2010 and Special Called Meeting July 29, 2010-Lisa Mashburn, City Clerk - All approved with spelling changes.
3. Consideration regarding renewal of Certificate of Deposit no 9605000407 at Bank of Valdosta-Lisa Mashburn, City Clerk - CD will be moved to Farmer's & Merchants Bank for better rates.

4. Consideration regarding First Annual Chicken Wing Festival-(min 12:50)-Jessica Freeman-Saturday Sept 4th from 9:AM to 6:00PM in the Remerton Square parking lot.  The open container ordinance will be waived during these hours.  All are invited to compete in the chicken wing contest.  Johnson Distributors will provide the beer.  VSU vs Wingate with a 7:00PM kickoff time.

This is also Parents Weekend for VSU, so students, please refrain from having sex on the sidewalks and urinating in public.  You may resume normal behavior when the moms & dads return home assured that they are safe in the protective and caring arms of the City of Remerton.

5. Update regarding Remerton Mill Grant-Dr. Jack Byrd, City Administrator-No grants available.  Loans only, so there will be nothing for Remerton Mills, LLC.

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Remerton City Council Worksession Aug. 2, 2010
Friday, 30 July 2010

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Remerton Special Called Meeting July 20, 2010 - Millage rate & New Council Member
Friday, 30 July 2010

During the three and one half minute Special Called Meeting to set the property tax millage rate Remerton's newest City Council member, Jasen Lee Tatum, was sworn-in by City Attorney Brad Folsom.

The Council now has four of five seats filled.  The remaining seat will be decided in the November election and the candidate chosen to serve the remainder of Reggie Stacks'  term will be sworn-in January of 2011.

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Jasen Lee Tatum is sworn-in as the newest member of the Remerton City Council - July 29, 3020

 

Oh, yeah...the millage rate will remain at 6.387, unchanged from last year's.

Image Click here for the July 29, 2010 Special Meeting to set Millage Rate and Tatum Swearing-in (~3.5 mins)

 
"Tater" mashes "Stinky" in massive Remerton Voter turnout
Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Jasen Lee "Tater"  Tatum defeats Chris "Stinky" McReady to serve out the remainder of Lydia Day’s term on the Remerton City Council.

Tautum rreceived a whopping 13 votes to McReady's meager 6.

Mr. Tatum will be sworn in when Council gets around to it.

 
Breakin News-Remerton Locked down...
Friday, 09 July 2010

Noon, Friday, July 9, 2010

The City of Remerton is currently locked-down by police officers at all roads.  Officers are on foot apparently looking for a suspect.  Canine squads are in use.

It may be a drug related manhunt.

More later...

*Below is the comment from the citizen who first alerted us to this news:


 Written by \n This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it on 2010-07-09 12:39:09

 Wow...such police presence in Remerton...no fewer than 15 cars out here...Remerton, Valdosta, Lowndes County all in on this one. Total Perimeter lockdown....interesting to see our Chief out there on foot in body armor..and then see his car three blocks away. I've noticed that's one man not afraid to get involved... One unit on every end of every street, one out in the turning lane on Melody, one out on Gordon, and multiple officers on foot. Confirmed now to be the Drug Squad looking for someone with the K-9's.

This reader's opinion....good for them! Glad to see such a unified front against thugs and drugs. It would appear, as I close out this comment, that whoever it was is caught. As most of the units we've seen this morning have gone back to their regular duties and have stopped the special detail. 
 
NICE WORK GUYS!

 

 
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