Suwannee Democrat


October 7, 2012

Live Oak City Council meeting agenda - Oct. 9, 2012

Live Oak — Oct. 8 workshop - Administrative/Finance committee 4:30 p.m.

Committee Members:

Councilman Adam Prins, Chairman

Councilman Bennie Thomas

Councilman Keith Mixon

Discussion regarding the utility bills of Marry Tull

Discussion regarding the accrual and payment of leave time for firefighters


City of Live Oak

Regular Monthly Council Meeting


Tuesday October 9, 2012 6:30 P.M.

1. Invocation

2. Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag

3. Approval of the September 11th Regular Council meeting and the September 25th Special Called Council meeting.

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

1) Presentation of Proclamation declaring October as Community Planning Month.

2) Presentation of Proclamation declaring October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Tangles’ Fall Bazaar and Pink Ribbon Project Day.

5. Mr. Robert Farley – City Administrator

1) Committee recommendation regarding responses to Audit RFQ

2) Discussion regarding PTO Policy and possible action

3) Project update and status by Broaddus & Associates on TS Debby

4) Request for City to purchase property on Gay St. from Len Stapleton

5) Discussion with possible Council action to consider acceptance of the Post-Disaster Redevelopment Planning Scope of Work from the Department of Economic Opportunity

6. Mr. George Curtis-Development Manager

1) Discussion with possible Council action the first reading of Ordinance 1327- an ordinance providing for a change in the land use classification from Residential Moderate Density to Residential Medium Density

2) Discussion with possible Council action the first reading of Ordinance 1328- an ordinance providing for rezoning from Residential Single Family – Two (RSF-2), Residential Single Family – Three (RSF-3), and Residential – Office (R-O) to Residential Multi-Family – One (RMF-1)

7. Councilman Jacob Grantham – Fire Department Matters

1) No items for discussion

8. Councilman Keith Mixon– Matters of the Law Enforcement Committee

1) Discussion regarding employee evaluations

2) Discussion with possible Council action regarding City Administrator

9. Councilman Bennie Thomas – Matters of the Gas, Water and Sewer Committee

1) No items for discussion

10.Councilman John Yulee – Matters of Street Department

1) No items for discussion

11. Councilman Adam Prins – Matters pertaining to Administrative and Finance Committee

1) Discussion, with possible Council action, regarding OMI and the Public Works Contract.

2) Discussion, with possible Council action, concerning the accrual and payment of firefighter leave time

12.Public Comments

13.Meeting Adjournment

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