Pelham December 11, 2006 Time: 7:10 p.m. Place: Pelham City

Pelham

December 11, 2006

Time:

7:10

p.m. Place:

Pelham City Hall. Present: Mayor Bobby Hayes, Ms. Karyl Rice, Council President ,

Mr. Mike Dickens, Council Member,

Mr. Willard Payne, Council Member,.

Ms. Rosemary Metcalf, Council Member,

Mr. Robert Sullivan, Council Member.

Council President Karyl Rice called the meeting to order.

Willard Payne led the

invocation. Karyl Rice asked that the record show all members of the council present.

Rosemary Metcalf moved to waive the oral reading of the November 20, 2006 minutes and approve as presented.

Robert Sullivan seconded the motion.

Karyl Rice asked for a vote on the motion to approve; on voice vote the motion passed unanimously.

Mayor Hayes commented on the proposed traffic signal at Old 31 and Pelham Parkway that he had previously discussed with city council.

He stated that he had spoken with ALDOT Director, Joe McInnes, who followed up by sending him correspondence from the District Engineer stating that the developer needed to get a geometric layout of the intersection and request a permit.

At that time, ALDOT will review and decide if a traffic signal is warranted.

Mayor Hayes will keep the council advised as this progresses.

There was no old business to come before the council.

During new business, a resolution was introduced accepting a bid for the Water

Department to purchase a 2007 sedan.

The bid from Susan Schein Chrysler for $27,895 was the only bid received.

Rosemary Metcalf moved to approve the resolution as presented, and Willard Payne seconded the motion.

Karyl Rice asked for a vote on the motion to approve; on voice vote the motion passed with the following votes recorded:Yeas

Karyl Rice, Willard Payne, Rosemary Metcalf. Nays: Robert Sullivan, Mike Dickens. Karyl Rice declared the resolution passed with a three to two vote.

Council President Karyl Rice introduced Ordinance No. 427 &8220;calling for the redemption and prepayment: (a) those of the Refunded Series 1998 Warrants maturing after 2008 (the &8220;Called Refunded Series 1998 Warrants&8221;) for redemption on November 1, 2007, and instructs Regions Bank, Birmingham, Alabama, in its capacity as paying agent for the Series 1998 Warrant (&8220;Regions Bank&8221;) to take action as may be required pursuant to the ordinance of the City under which the Refunded Series 1998 Warrants were issued to effect said redemption on said date; and (b) all of the Refunded Series 2000 Warrants for redemption on December 1, 2010, and instructs Regions Bank, in its capacity as paying agent for the Refunded Series 2000 Warrants, to take such action as may be required pursuant to the ordinance of the City under which the Refunded Series 2000 Warrants were issued to effect said redemption on said date.&8221;

Willard Payne moved to suspend the rules for immediate consideration of Ordinance No. 427, and Rosemary Metcalf seconded the motion.

A roll call vote was taken with the following votes recorded:

Yeas

Karyl Rice, Mike Dickens, Rosemary Metcalf, Willard Payne, Bob Sullivan. Nays. Thereupon, Willard Payne moved and Rosemary Metcalf seconded the motion that Ordinance No. 427 be given vote.

Said ordinance passed by unanimous vote of all members of the Council, and the Council President declared the same passed.

The documents pertaining to this financial transaction will be kept on file in the Finance Department.

Council President Karyl Rice introduced Ordinance No. 428 &8220;providing for the issuance of $9,560,000 aggregate principal amount of General Obligation Warrants, Series 2006-A, dated December 1, 2006, and $9,480,000 General Obligation Warrants, Series 2006-B, dated December 1, 2006 of the City of Pelham.&8221;

Rosemary Metcalf moved to suspend the rules for immediate consideration of Ordinance No. 428, and Robert Sullivan seconded the motion.

Karyl Rice called for a roll call vote.

The clerk recorded the following votes.

Yeas: Karyl Rice, Mike Dickens, Rosemary Metcalf, Willard Payne, Bob Sullivan. Nays. Thereupon, Willard Payne moved and Rosemary Metcalf seconded the motion that Ordinance No. 428 be given vote.

Ordinance No. 428 passed by unanimous vote of all members of the Council, and the Council President declared the same passed.

The documents pertaining to this financial transaction will be kept on file in the Finance Department.

A resolution and ABC Application was introduced for 010 Lounge Retail Liquor Class I for applicant IDS, LLC, trade name J.R.&8217;s located at 2015 Valleydale Road, Pelham,

Alabama.

Willard Payne moved to approve the resolution and application as presented, and Rosemary Metcalf seconded the motion.

Karyl Rice asked for a vote on the motion to approve; on voice vote the motion passed with the following votes recorded:Yeas Karyl Rice, Mike Dickens, Rosemary Metcalf, Willard Payne. Nays: Robert Sullivan.

Council President Rice declared the resolution passed with a four to one vote.

With no other business before the council, Bob Sullivan moved to adjourn.

Mike

Dickens seconded the motion and the meeting adjourned at 7:17 p.m.

Pelham

December 18, 2006

Time:

7 p.m. Place:

Pelham City Hal.l Present: Mayor Bobby Hayes, Ms. Karyl Rice, Council President,

Mr. Willard Payne, Council Member,

Ms. Rosemary Metcalf, Council Member,

Mr. Robert Sullivan, Council Member. Absent: Mr. Mike Dickens, Council Member.

Council President Karyl Rice called the meeting to order.

Willard Payne led the

invocation. Karyl Rice asked that the record show all members of the council present except Mike Dickens.

Robert Sullivan moved to waive the oral reading of the December 11, 2006 minutes and approve as presented.

Rosemary Metcalf seconded the motion.

Karyl Rice asked for a vote on the motion to approve; on voice vote the motion passed unanimously.

Mayor Hayes asked that the record show that retired employee Bill Overstreet&8217;s wife,

Lucy, passed away on this date.

Mayor Hayes commented that Bill served as his

Administrative Assistant for many years and later as Park Director.

He was a very

important part of his administration and the city&8217;s prayers are with him at this difficult

time.

There was no old business to come before the city council.

During new business, Karyl Rice introduced a resolution accepting a bid of $12,594 from ALSCAN for an Emergency Duress System to connect City Hall to Police Dispatch. Robert Sullivan moved to approve the resolution as presented, and Willard Payne seconded the motion.

Karyl Rice asked for a vote on the motion to approve; on voice vote the motion passed unanimously.

Karyl Rice announced that due to New Year&8217;s Day falling on the first Monday of

January, the Pelham City Council will meet on January 8, 2007 at 7 p.m. at City Hall.

The second meeting of the month will be held on its regularly scheduled date, the third Monday, January 15, 2007 at 7 p.m.

With no other business before the council, Rosemary Metcalf moved to adjourn.

Willard Payne seconded the motion and the meeting adjourned at 7:07 p.m.

Calera

January 8, 2007

The Mayor and Council of the City of Calera met on January 8, 2007 at Calera City Hall at 6:30 p.m. with the following present:

Mayor: George W. Roy. Council Members: David Bradshaw, Ernest Montgomery, Bobby Phillips, Mike Roberson.

Absent: Jerry Davis.

Department Heads: Mike Kent, Administrative Assistant, Tommy Moon, Fire Chief, Mike Hinson, Finance Director, Tommy Palmer, Police Chief, Janet Greathouse, Library Director.

GUESTS: Andy Rotenstreich, Allen Fulton, Ms. Anderson.

Mayor Roy called the meeting to order. Council Member Phillips made a motion to approve the minutes for December 18, 2006 work session and December 18, 2006 Council meeting. Council Member Bradshaw seconded said motion which was carried unanimously.

COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS:

Council Member Roberson asked Chief Palmer if there were many complaints lately on speeding in Timberline. Chief Palmer advised they have received very few.

Council Member Phillips requested a letter be mailed to CSX concerning the condition of the railroad track at 17th Avenue. Mayor Roy advised a letter had been mailed to CSX, DOT and the Public Service Commission.

Council Member Phillips advised the Shelby County Airport will be renovating their offices and will have a trailer set up as a temporary office. Council Member Phillips was advised the City Code allows for this.

Council Member Phillips advised of complaints and problems with dogs running at large, and several recent incidents.

PUBLIC HEARING

Ordinance No. 2007-01 Zoning – Ballard Property From: MR (Municipal Reserve) To: A-1 (Agricultural Zone).

The Mayor and Council discussed with Andy Rotenstreich, Allen Fulton and Ms. Anderson issues concerning the legal description of the Ballard property.

Mayor Roy introduced the following Ordinance:

ORDINANCE NO.R- 2007-01.

Council Member Bradshaw moved that unanimous consent of the Council be given for immediate action upon Ordinance No. 2007-01. Council Member Phillips second said motion. Mayor Roy called for a roll call vote with results as follows: Council Member Phillips: Nay. Mayor Roy declared said motion failed to receive unanimous consent and Ordinance NO. 2007-01 would be carried to the next Council agenda.

Mayor Roy introduced the following Resolution:

RESOLUTION NO. R-2007-01

Be it resolved by the Mayor and Council of the City of Calera, Alabama as follows:

Whereas, the city Council of the City of Calera hereby authorize Mayor George W. Roy to execute a land sales contract with Randall H. Goggans; and Whereas, said contract is for purchase of Shelby County Property parcel number 285222002025000, 285222002029000,285222002027000, 285222002026000 located on Highway 25; and Whereas, purchase price of above referenced property parcels is $717,430.00; and Whereas, the City Council hereby authorizes payment of earnest money in the amount of $10,000.00, with balance of purchase price due at closing.

Council Member Phillips moved that unanimous consent of the Council be given for immediate action upon Resolution No. R-2007-01. Council Member Montgomery seconded said motion and upon vote, the results were as follows: Ayes: Roy, Bradshaw, Montgomery, Phillips, Roberson. NAYS; None.

Thereupon, the Mayor declared said motion carried and unanimous consent given for the consideration of said Resolution.

Council Member Montgomery moved that Resolution No. R-2007-01 be adopted. Council Member Roberson seconded said motion and upon vote, the results were as follows:AYES: Roy, Bradshaw, Montgomery, Phillips, Roberson. NAYS: None.

Mayor Roy declared said Resolution No. R-2007-01 adopted. Adopted this 8th day of January 2007.

Mayor Roy introduced the following Resolution:

RESOLUTION NO, R-2007-02.

Be it resolved by the Mayor and Council of the City of Calera, Alabama as follows: Whereas, the City Council of the City of Calera hereby authorize Mayor George Roy to execute a rental/lease agreement with Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging; and Whereas, said contract is for monthly rental/lease at 15863 Highway 25, Calera; and Whereas, monthly rental/lease is in the amount of $2,250.00; and Whereas, security deposit is in the amount of $2,250.00.

Copy of Contract attached to Resolution.

Council Member Davis moved that unanimous consent of the Council be given for immediate action upon Resolution No. R-2007-02. Council Member Roberson seconded said motion and upon vote, the result were as follows: AYES: Roy, Bradshaw, Montgomery, Phillips, Roberson. NAYS: None.

Thereupon, the Mayor declared said motion carried and unanimous consent given for the consideration of said Resolution.

Council Member Phillips moved that Resolution No. R-2007-02 be adopted. Council Member Montgomery seconded said motion and upon vote, the results were as follows: AYES: Roy, Bradshaw, Montgomery, Phillips, Roberson. NAYS: None. Mayor Roy declared Resolution No. R-2007-02 adopted. Adopted this 8th day of January 2007.

Council Member Phillips made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 6:45 p.m. Approved this 22nd day of January 2007.

Wilton

January 2, 2007

The regular meeting of the Town Council of the Town of Wilton, Alabama convened at 7:00 p.m. at he municipal annex building on the 2nd of January 2007. After a prayer by Councilmember Hudson, Mayor Fancher asked for roll call. The following answered: Joe Fancher, present, Caroline Selman, present, Christi Callahan, absent, Carol Wisor, present, Deborah Hudson, present.

The first order of business way Maria Emfinger&8217;s water account. The council asked me to talk to Steve about it and his advice was she was responsible for paying for it.

Next we discussed the bill from Thompson Tractor. They said that was the price just for fixing the oil pan any other work they did would be extra than what we have already paid them.

The next order of business was the Randolph contract. Randolph Water was off at that time. Councilmember Selman made a motion of $1.37 1/2 per thousand with $2,500.00 per month minimum. Anything over 2 1/2 million gallons would be $1.42 per thousand. We would sign the contract for 6 years with the option to negotiate after 3 years. We would give Randolph till the end of January to sign the contract.

Councilmember Wisor seconded the motion.

Next we discussed Carol Blake&8217;s bond money. Steve said as far as he could tell she did not take any money from the town. She just did not do her job and his advice was to talk to the council and see what they wanted to do. He said after we decided what to do we should talk to the insurance company about the bond money.

Councilmember Hudson made a motion to pay the bills. Councilmember Selman made a second. All were in favor.

Motion to adjourn was made by Councilmember Hudson. Councilmember Wisor seconded the motion. All were in favor.

Alabaster

January 16, 2007

A regular meeting of the Alabaster City Council was held in the Municipal Annex on January 16, 2007, at 7:00 P.M., and there were present at said meeting Councilpersons: Present: Jim McClain, Mike Sherwood, Tommy Ryals, Angela Moseley, Bob Hicks, Jerry Workman and Rick Walters. \Absent:

MEETING OPENING The meeting was opened with the Lord&8217;s Prayer led by Rick Walters followed with the Pledge of Allegiance. After an abbreviated reading of the minutes, Council Member McClain made a motion to approve the minutes of the January 2, 2007 meeting. Council Member Workman seconded the motion. Voting – Ayes: All Ayes.

Nays: None.

Motion carried.

MAYOR&8217;S COMMENTS Mayor Frings said our Police Department has received an award from the U. S. Marshall&8217;s Office for their participation in Operation Falcon 3. This is a fugitive task force that concentrates in the Gulf Coast Region focusing mainly on sex offenders and gang members. Mayor Frings updated the Council that the RFP to send out for bids on the traffic signal for Jimmy Gould Drive is not ready at this time but will be designed by Skipper Consultants and InSite Engineering and should be ready soon to go out for bid. Mayor Frings congratulated Governor Riley on his re-election as well as other state officials and advised that he attended the inaugural parade in Montgomery yesterday.

COUNCIL REPORTS Council Member McClain gave the Fire Department Annual Report for 2006.

Council Member Workman gave the Library Report for the month of December.

Council President Walters stated that he had no report but would like to make appointments to a new committee to review matters relating to the Buck Creek Mill property. Council President Walters appointed Tommy Ryals as Chairperson, Jim McClain and Mike Sherwood to serve on the Buck Creek Mill Revitalization Committee to work with the Mayor and department heads on any projects regarding the mill property.

OLD BUSINESS

ORDINANCE NO. 07-A01

1. A PUBLIC HEARING ON AN ANNEXATION REQUEST OF 1 +/- ACRE AT 100

FOREST PARKWAY FOR DANIEL & NITA FURLONG. Council Member Ryals explained that Dan and Nita Furlong are requesting to annex their property at 100 Forest Parkway into the city limits.

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Council President Walters opened the public hearing up to the floor for those wishing to speak either for or against said request. Daniel Furlong spoke in favor of annexation. No one spoke against said request. Council Member Ryals made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 07-A01 annexing 1 +/- Acre at 100 Forest Parkway into the city limits of Alabaster. Council Member Hicks seconded.

Voting – Ayes: Jim McClain, Mike Sherwood, Tommy Ryals, Angela Moseley, Bob Hicks, Jerry Workman and Rick Walters.

Nays:

None.

Motion carried.

ORDINANCE NO. 07-A02

2. A PUBLIC HEARING ON AN ANNEXATION REQUEST OF 0.72 +/- ACRE AT 10706 HIGHWAY 17 FOR JASON SPINKS. Council Member Ryals explained that Jason Spinks has made application requesting to annex 0.72 acre of his property at 10706 Highway 17 into the city limits. Council President Walters opened the public hearing up to the floor for those wishing to speak either for or against said request. Jason Spinks spoke in favor of annexation. No one spoke against said request. Council Member Ryals made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 07-A02 annexing 0.72 Acre at 10706 Highway 17 into the city limits of Alabaster. Council Member Hicks seconded.

Voting – Ayes: Mike Sherwood, Tommy Ryals, Angela Moseley, Bob Hicks, Jerry Workman, Jim McClain and Rick Walters.

Nays:

None.

Motion carried.

ORDINANCE NO. 07-A03

3. A PUBLIC HEARING ON AN ANNEXATION REQUEST OF 81.03 +/- ACRE AT

LACEY&8217;S GROVE ON HIGHWAY 17 FOR LACEY&8217;S GROVE PHASE V, LLC/LANNY

SMARTT. Council Member Ryals explained that Lanny Smartt has made application requesting to annex 81.03 acres, to become Lacey&8217;s Grove Phase V, of his property that adjoins Lacey&8217;s Grove into the city limits. Council President Walters opened the public hearing up to the floor for those wishing to speak either for or against said request. Doug Kren, representing Mr. Smartt, spoke in favor of annexation. No one spoke against said request. Council Member Ryals made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 07-A03 annexing 81.03 +/- Acres into the city limits of Alabaster. Council Member Moseley seconded.

Voting – Ayes: Tommy Ryals, Angela Moseley, Bob Hicks, Jerry Workman, Jim McClain, Mike Sherwood, and Rick Walters.

Nays:

None.

Motion carried.

RESOLUTION NO. 011607

4. A PUBLIC HEARING ON A RESOLUTION FOR SHELBY BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER REGARDING BOND ISSUANCE FOR THEIR &8220;AUTHORITY&8221; (Baptist Health Systems). Council Member Workman explained that Council has before them Resolution No. 011607, which authorizes Baptist Health Systems to issue improvement bonds. Council is required as a formality to hold a public hearing whenever SBMC is considering a bond issuance for their &8220;Authority&8221;. Mr. Wilson with SBMC, Lee Boyles, CFO at SBMC and their bond counsel, John Burton, with Presley, Burton, and Collier were all present and were in favor of said Resolution. Council Member Workman made a motion to approve Resolution No. 011607 for Baptist Health Systems with Council Member Hicks seconding.

Voting – Ayes: Angela Moseley, Bob Hicks, Jerry Workman, Jim McClain, Mike Sherwood, Tommy Ryals and Rick Walters.

Nays: None.

Motion carried.

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RESOLUTION NO.

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1. BID ON ROOF EXTENSION FOR THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

Council Member Sherwood introduced Resolution No. 011607-A regarding a bid on the roof extension for our public works building which is a budgeted expense. Council Member Sherwood made a motion to approve Resolution No. 011607-A, accepting the bid of $25,700.00 from Lawler Specialties for said roof extension. Council Member McClain seconded said motion. Voting – Ayes: Bob Hicks, Jerry Workman, Jim McClain, Mike Sherwood, Tommy Ryals, Angela Moseley, and Rick Walters. Nays: None.

Motion carried.

2. ANNOUNCE COUNCIL WORK SESSION. Council President Walters reminded everyone of the council work session, which will be held on Monday, January 29, 2007 at 6:30 P.M. in the Conference Room at the City Service Building at 10052 Highway 119.

After brief council and audience comments, Council Member Sherwood made a motion to adjourn with Council Member Workman seconding the motion.

All were in favor and said meeting was adjourned at 7:32 P.M.

Columbiana

January 16, 2007

The City Council of the City of Columbiana, Alabama met in Regular Session in the Council Chambers of Columbiana City Hall at 6:35 p.m., Tuesday, January 16, 2007.

Mayor Pro Tempore Seale called the meeting to order. The roll was called and the following members of the Council were found to be present: Council member Frieda Abrams, Council member Danny Kelley, Council member Tim Billingsley, and Council member Ouida Mayfield.

CONSENT AGENDA

A. Approval of Minutes:

January 2, 2007 – Regular Meeting and Work Session.

B. Approval of payment of accounts as listed on January 12, 2007 printout.

C. Approval for Assistant Fire Chief Jerry Lamb to use the city credit card for accommodations while in attendance at the Fire Chief&8217;s Executive Development Court (Annual Conference), February 5-9, 2007 in Tuscaloosa.

There being no objections, Mayor Pro Tempore Seale declared the consent agenda was approved as presented.

WORKERS COMPENSATION BILLING

Council member Kelley moved to approve the payment of the annual billing (2/1/07-1/31/08) for Municipal Workers Compensation in the amount of $41,319.00 due February 1.

Council member Mayfield seconded and the motion passed by unanimous vote of the council.

RESOLUTION 01-07-03 ESTABLISHING THE CITY OF COLUMBIANA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION

Council member Billingsley introduced Resolution 01-07-03, Establishing the City of Columbiana Emergency Management Organization and explained that we needed more definition of what this division would be responsible for, how the duties would be handled in emergency situations and clarification regarding the coordinator position, specifically in that the coordinator is an appointed position by the Mayor.

Council member Billingsley moved to approved Resolution 01-07-03.

Council member Kelley seconded and the motion passed by unanimous vote of the council.

ADJOURNMENT

There being no other regular business, Mayor Pro Tempore Seale declared the meeting adjourned at 6:38 p.m.