Upon a motion by Commissioner Gowen and a second by Commissioner
Lindsey, the minutes of the March 29, 2001 meeting were approved.
Mayor Lay announced the next Public Hearing on the proposed charter would be Wednesday, April 11, at 9:00 a.m. at the Crockett Theater.
Mayor Lay also announced that he and 21st Century Council Director, Don Howell, plan to be in Los Angeles, California April 23 through April 26, with Alex Fischer of the State of Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to meet with industrial prospects.
Mayor Lay asked everyone to be aware of and pray for our Service Men in harms way in China and for our President during this crisis.
Mayor Lay also reminded everyone that a city election will be held on Tuesday, April 10th, and encouraged everyone to vote.
Commissioner Lindsey made a motion to approve a grant application through the Tennessee Department of Public Health, for Highway Safety. The motion received a second by Commissioner Gowen. Motion passed.
Commissioner Lindsey announced a cooperative effort with the Lawrenceburg Sign and Street Department with the Lawrence County Highway Department to paint and sign Railroad Crossings.
Commissioner Gowen asked citizens to please be aware of the 4-Way Stop at the intersection of the new Springer Road addition and Crews Street.
Ms. Corene Perry, Director of the Lawrence County Senior Citizens Center, made a presentation on the programs and services available at the Senior Center and the Public Transportation Program.
Citizen Elmer Cook made comments pertaining to the proposed charter.
With no further business to come before the board a motion was made by Commissioner Lindsey, with a second by Commissioner Gowen to adjourn. Motion passed, meeting adjourned.