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Cullman City Council Meeting – November 27 2017
The following City of Cullman business was conducted Monday evening at 7:00 pm in the Lucille N. Galin Auditorium Cullman City Council.
APPROVED – A request to enter into a contract with TTL for professional services related to testing on the York Property in the budgeted amount not to exceed $35,000. (Resolution #2018-11)
AGREED – to submit application to ADECA requesting FY2018 ARC funds in the amount of $200,000 for improvements to the sanitary sewer collection system. (Resolution #2018-12)
AGREED – to submit application to ALDOT requesting FY2018 TAP funds in the amount of $800,000 to rehabilitate and construct new handicapped accessible sidewalks along First Avenue (the Warehouse District) in Downtown Cullman. (Resolution #2018-13)
APPROVED – Mayor Woody Jacobs to proceed with the purchase of property along First Avenue in the City of Cullman. First Avenue (the Warehouse District) in Downtown Cullman. (Resolution #2018-14)
APPROVED – The setting the retail water rates for 2018, 2019, and 2020 for the City of Cullman, Alabama. The average residential water customer will see a $1 per month increase in 2018, 2019 and 2020. (Ordinance #2018-11)
APPROVED – The setting the retail sewer rates for 2018, 2019, and 2020 for the City of Cullman, Alabama. The average residential sewer customer will see a $1 per month increase in 2018, 2019 and 2020. (Ordinance #2018-12)
APPROVED – The setting the sanitation rates for 2018 for the City of Cullman, Alabama. There will be NO increases to residential sanitation rates; commercial rates will increase and vary based on a number of factors. (Ordinance #2018-13)
RE-APPOINTED – Councilwoman Jenny Folsom re-appointed Dr. Wayne Fuller to a new term on the Cullman Utilities Board.
Time Until Next Cullman City Council Meeting
City of Cullman Municipal Government
Garlan E. Gudger, Jr.
Garlan E. Gudger, Jr. began serving his fourth term on the City Council in November of 2016. This is his third term to serve as City Council President. Council President Gudger serves in Place 2 and chairs the Council’s Utilities Committee.
Jenny Folsom began her third term on the City Council in November of 2016, serving as City Council President Pro Tem during each of her terms of office. Council President Pro Tem Folsom serves in Place 5 and chairs the Council’s General Government Committee.
Andy Page began his third term on the City Council in November of 2016. Council member Page serves in Place 1 and chairs the Council’s Public Safety Committee.
John W. Cook
John W. Cook began his third term on the City Council in November of 2016. Council member Cook serves in Place 3 and chairs the Council’s Public Works Committee. began his third term on the City Council in November of 2016. Council member Cook serves in Place 3 and chairs the Council’s Public Works Committee.
Clint Hollingsworth began his third term on the City Council in November of 2016. Council member Hollingsworth serves in Place 4 and chairs the Council’s Tourism Committee.
Municipal Government – Frequently Asked Questions
How is Cullman City government structured?
The City of Cullman operates under a Mayor-Council form of government. The City’s elected officials consist of a Mayor and five City Council members. Each official is elected by popular vote to serve concurrent four-year terms.
Elections for Mayor and City council are held every four years in August.
How do I receive permission to hold a parade, protest, march, run/walk for charity, or other event using city streets and/or sidewalks?
In order to use city owned, or city-maintained property for any type of event, a Special Event Permit is needed. To request a permit, you must complete and submit a Special Event Permit Request Form to the City Clerk’s Office at least thirty (30) days prior to the planned event. The form will be reviewed by the Mayor, Police Chief, Fire Chief, and Parks & Recreation Director. It will then be placed on the agenda for the next regularly-scheduled City Council meeting for Council to either approve or deny. Once an event is approved, the permit must be signed for and picked up from the Mayor’s Office.
Can anyone attend a City Council meeting?
Yes. All City Council meetings are open to the public. Meetings are generally held on the 2nd and 4th Monday nights of each month, at 7 p.m. in the City Hall auditorium.
How do I have an item placed on a City Council agenda?
Contact City Clerk Wesley M. Moore during regular office hours.
How can I get a proclamation signed by the Mayor?
Contact Leanne West in the Mayor’s Office during regular office hours to arrange a proclamation signing.
Other frequently asked questions can be found here.
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