MAY 18, 2009
CITY OF MAUMELLE
MAY 18, 2009
1. CALL TO ORDER
2. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3. SPECIAL GUESTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
A. Ron Harris—Entergy, to Discuss Outages
B. Timmons, Linda Stowe and Pat Walker—Neighbors Helping Neighbors
C. Girl Scout Troop #119—Certificate of Appreciation
4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES –MAY 4, REGULAR MEETINGS
5. PUBLIC COMMENT
During Public Comment, issues NOT on the agenda may be addressed. Public comments concerning items on the agenda will be allowed when that item is discussed by the Council. Anyone wishing to make a comment must fill out the provided form and present it to the City Clerk. In the interest of time comments will be limited to three (3) minutes. This privilege may be revoked by the Mayor in the case of inappropriate language or comments. Any public member shall first state his or her name and address, followed by a concise statement of the person's position or concern. All remarks shall be addressed to the Mayor or the Council as a whole, not to any particular member of the Council. No person other than the Council members and the person having the floor shall be permitted to enter into any discussions without permission of the Mayor.
6. FINANCIAL STATEMENT REVIEW (second meeting of each month)
7. PROCEDURAL MOTION
8. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
A. Resolution 2009-10 Amending the 2009 General Fund Budget
With no objections, Mayor Watson may call for the reading of the resolution appropriating CIP escrow funds for the purchase of police vehicles. A MOTION IS IN ORDER.
B. Resolution 2009-11 Donating Property to the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees
With no objections, Mayor Watson may call for the reading of the resolution donating property to the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees for and on behalf of the Criminal Justice Institute and the University of Little Rock. A MOTION IS IN ORDER.
C. Resolution 2009-12 Expressing Willingness to Use Federal-Aid Recreational Funds
With no objections, Mayor Watson may call for the reading of the resolution expressing a willingness to use federal-aid recreational funds for walking trail repairs. A MOTION IS IN ORDER.
9. NEW BUSINESS
10. MAYOR’S COMMENTS
A. State Board of Education Meeting Recap
B. Charter School Board Vacancy
11. PLANNING COMMISSION REPORT (following each Commission meeting)
12. ALDERMEN’S COMMENTS
13. CITY ATTORNEY’S COMMENTS
14. CITY CLERK’S COMMENTS
A. Flood Awareness Month