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Oxford City Council Meeting Highlights: September 12, 2023

Oxford City Council

Oxford, AL – Oxford held their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday September 12, 2023.

  • Call to Order
    • Councilwoman Hubbard – Present
    • Councilman Gardner – Present
    • Councilman Waits – Present
    • Councilman Henderson – Present
    • Councilman Spurlin – Present

Oxford City Council

  • Welcome/Invocation – Greg Hethcox, Oxford First Baptist Church
  • Pledge of Allegiance
  • Approval of Minutes of August 22, 2023 – Unanimously Approved
  • Old Business
    • Resolution No. 2023-85 – Resolution for the approval of a subdivision plat for Carterton Heights – 4 Yays and 1 Nay vote from Councilman Henderson
  • New Business
    • Proclamation – Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month

Proclamation

    • Proclamation – Constitution Week
      • The proclamation was presented to Robin Reeves Campeau.

Oxford City Council

Proclamation

    • Public Hearing – to consider a zoning request from Howleco LLC/Sunbelt (Brian Howle) to rezone property located at 1919 Golden Springs Road from General Manufacturing District (M-2) to Light Manufacturing District (M-1) – No comments
    • Ordinance No. 2023- 24 – Ordinance rezoning property located at 1919 Golden Springs Road from General Manufacturing District (M-2) to Light Manufacturing District (M-2) – Unanimously Approved
    • Consent Agenda – Unanimously Approved
      • Resolution No. 2023-106 – Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with TTL, Inc. for design services to evaluate and confirm the depth to groundwater within proposed waste disposal areas at the City of Oxford Landfill in the total amount of $39,584.00.
      • Resolution No. 2023- 107 – Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission for Fixed Route and ADA Paratransit Services for FY2024.
      • Resolution No. 2023- 108 – Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission for a comprehensive mapping program for FY2024.
      • Resolution No. 2023- 109 – Resolution declaring certain equipment surplus and authorizing their sale/disposal.
      • Resolution No. 2023-110 – Authorizing the Mayor to sign the financial agreement with PNC Bank for a Heavy Duty Hazardous Material Truck for the Fire Department
      • Resolution No. 2023-111 – Authorizing the Mayor to sign the agreement with EDP for the purchase of a Heavy Duty Hazardous Material Truck for the Fire Department
    • Council Comments/Reports
      • Councilman Henderson wanted to that call who participated in the 9/11 Ceremony. He also wanted to thank all the fist responders who death with the “Terrorist Act” that Oxford faced the other day in a shooting.
      • Councilman Spurlin also wanted to praise all the first responders who worked together to contain and end the shooting event.
    • Mayor’s Comments
      • The Mayor stated he was on site and saw all the different departments working together to protect all the people in the vicinity of the shooting as well as to end the shootout without the loss of life. He specifically praised the police, EMS, Fire Department, and road department for all working as a single unit.
    • Visitors – No comments 
    • Motion to adjourn (next regular Council Meeting, September 26, 2023)

 

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