CLEVELAND, Ga. – The Cleveland City Council will read proclamations honoring the service of Cleveland Police officer Raymond Rutledge, and firefighters Mark Gunter and Martin Godfrey when they meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Annex, 85 South Main Street.
Council will also consider an amendment to the zoning ordinance, including a fee increase to cover the costs of processing and administering annexation requests as well as legal fees associated with annexation.
Fire Chief Ricky Pruitt, Police Chief John Foster, Grant Keene and City Manager Tom O’Bryant are expected to present reports to the council.
Other items on the agenda include a discussion of:
- Oak Springs Civil Construction
- Water Loss Control Program
- Affidavit of ownership – Talon Property
- A contract to engineer future Oak Springs Nature Trail
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