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May 9, 2014

Live Oak City Council meeting agenda for May 13, 2014

Live Oak — The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the Live Oak City Hall on White Avenue.

1) Invocation

2) Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag

3) Approval of the April 8th council meeting minutes

4) Mayor Garth R. Nobles, Jr. – Matters of the City

1) Proclamation recognizing “National Kids to Parks Day ”

5) City Clerk – John Gill

1) Discussion with possible council action regarding designating a single polling location for city elections

6) City Administrator – Kerry Waldron

1) Discussion with possible Council action concerning Economic Development

2) Discussion with possible Council action concerning potable water system Improvement projects

7) Finance Director- Jan Parkhurst

1) Presentation of the 2013-14 Audited Financial Statements for the City of Live Oak by Purvis Gray Company, CPA

8) Public Works Director-Brent Whitman

1) Discussion with possible council action on Resolution 14-05 New Traffic Operations Signal Maintenance and Compensation Agreement

2) Discussion with possible council action on DOC Work Squad Contract WS826 – Amendment #1

9) Development Manager- George Curtis

1) Discussion with possible Council action, the final reading of Ordinance 1358. An ordinance amending the official zoning atlas from residential-office (R-O) to residential single family / mobile home – two (RSF/MH-2)

2) Discussion with possible Council action, the first reading of Ordinance 1360. An ordinance amending ordinance 817, amending, reorganizing and/or renumbering portions of text, changes to permitted uses within a zoning category

3) Discussion with possible Council action, first reading of Ordinance 1361. An ordinance amending a portion of section 18-197 definitions, of article VII “Non-Alcoholic Clubs”

10) Councilman Jacob Grantham – Matters pertaining to the Street Department Committee

1) No matters to discuss

11) Councilman Keith Mixon– Matters pertaining to the Gas, Water and Sewer Committee

1) No matters to discuss

12) Councilman Bennie Thomas – Matters pertaining to the Fire Department Committee

1) Discussion with possible Council action, first reading of Ordinance 1362. An ordinance adjusting the City Clerk salary

13) Councilman John Yulee – Matters pertaining to the Law Enforcement Committee

1) Discussion with possible Council action, final reading of Ordinance 1359. An ordinance requiring 1 year residency requirement for candidates seeking office

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