The Griffin City Commissioners will meet Tuesday night at 6pm March 10, 2015 at 100 south Hill Street.
During the meeting the Commissioners will recognize Darrion Johnson, Equipment Operator III with the Solid Waste Department, as the February 2015 “Strongest Link” award recipient. Also the Commissioners will Recognize Tom Ridgway, Assistant Director for Griffin Power, who will leave the employment of the City on March 13, 2015, to become the Utility Director for the City of Fairburn
They will also recognize Calvin Vallee, Line Construction Foreman for Griffin Power, who will retire on March 13, 2015, after 29 years of dedicated service to the City of Griffin.
Mr. Tim Jones would like to address the Commission to explain a program on which his group is working with the youth of the community.
Consider denying liability to Charles Bohannon for injuries allegedly sustained on August 12, 2014 at approximately 7:30 a.m. when she fell in the City parking lot behind 134 N. Hill Street.
Consider on second and final reading an ordinance requesting the de-annexation of approximately 30 +/- acres located along Williamson Road just west of South Pine Hill Road to include property known as tax parcel numbers 054 Block 01 Lot 001 submitted by Bankston Properties LLC.
Consider approval of a contract with Net Planner Systems, Inc., the sole source provider for the upgrade of the City’s fiber communications network, in the amount of $17,645.89.
Consider approval to nominate 5 megawatts of Project 1 resources to the MEAG Excess Power Pool for use by any MEAG Participant for a period of up to five (5) years. 11.
Approve the creation of three LED Street lighting rates as follows:
ST LED 2C – $12.50/month
ST LED 4C – $20.00/month
ST LED 6C – $26.00/month
Consider submitting S. 8th Street from Poplar Street to S. 9th Street to the Georgia Department of Transportation’s LMIG program for the City of Griffin
Consider approval to reject all bids for construction of North Griffin Revitalization Area – Zone 6 Project, City of Griffin Community Development Block Grant and rebid project.
Consider approval to amend Clean Water State Revolving Loan package approved May 27, 2014 in the amount of 8.0 million dollars to 12.606 million dollars from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority for the upgrade and expansion of the Potato Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant for the Water and Wastewater Department of the Public Works and Utilities Department.
Consider approval of the Griffin Spalding County Hospital Authority’s 2015 allocation of funding of $13,000, to the Spalding County Board of Health for flu shots.
Consider a request by 1888 Mills to change the street name of “Nacom Way” to “Weaving a Better World Drive.”
Consider Intergovernmental Agreement between City of Griffin and Spalding County to establish a basis for addressing the administrative, operational, and maintenance cost of the 800 MHz radio system.