Upon a motion by Commissioner Lindsey and a second by Commissioner
Pulley, the minutes of the March 22, 2001 meeting were approved.
Commissioner Pulley explained that presentations were about to be made to recognize the efforts of employees in each city department. These employees having been evaluated and determined to do an outstanding job, with excellent attitudes and enthusiasm. They work well with other employees and have been voted upon by their peers. The following employees were recognized as employees of the quarter: Ronnie "Red" Shrader; Utilities Department: Anthony Price; Utilities Department: Elizabeth "Sister" Eck; Administration Department: Captain Clay Webster; Police Department: Drexel Johnston; Fire Department: Ricky Ellis; Sanitation Department: Wayne Chandler; Street Department: Natalie Haislip; Recreation Department: Butch Luffman; Planning and Development Department: and Todd Barnes; Parks Maintenance Department. Each employee was presented an engraved plaque.
Mayor Lay also presented a retirement award to Roy Burlison for 10 years of service to the Lawrenceburg Gas Department.
Commissioner Lindsey announced that a Wagon Train will be coming through Lawrenceburg on April 3rd, on their way to Mule Day in Columbia. There will be approximately 15 to 20 wagons.
Commissioner Pulley announced the next Public Meeting on the proposed City Charter will be Monday, April 2, 2001 at 6:00 p.m. at the Crockett Theater.
In legal issues Attorney Betz had 1 resolution for approval.
Resolution # 01-29-3 - To charge off bad debts in the Water, Sewer, Gas and Sanitation Departments. Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Lindsey, with a second by Commissioner Pulley. Motion passed.
With no further business to come before the board a motion was made by Commissioner Lindsey, with a second by Commissioner Pulley to adjourn. Motion passed, meeting adjourned.