Agenda for August 17, 2020 City Council Meeting (Teleconference)

Due to circumstances necessitated by emergency conditions involving public safety and preservation of public services, public access to this meeting is limited to teleconference.

August 12, 2020

 

 ***WORK SESSION @ 5:30 PM***

 

AGENDA

CITY OF COVINGTON

COUNCIL MEETING

AUGUST 17, 2020

6:30 PM

 

Due to circumstances necessitated by emergency conditions involving public safety and preservation of public services, public access to this meeting is limited to teleconference.

 

THE PUBLIC MAY ACCESS THIS MEETING BY CALLING

+1 929 205 6099

Meeting ID: 741-740-8400


or online:


https://zoom.us/j/7417408400

 

 

Mayor Steve Horton, Mayor Pro-tem Susie Keck, Council members: Hawnethia Williams, Kenneth Morgan, Fleeta Baggett, Anthony Henderson, and Don T. Floyd, City Manager Scott Andrews, City Clerk Audra M. Gutierrez, and City Attorney Frank Turner, Jr.

 

  1. Call to order, invocation, and Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

2.         Discussion of the minutes from the Regular Council Meeting held on August 3, 2020.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

3.         Discussion of changes to the agenda.

 

4.         Public comments for any item not on the agenda.

           

5.         CONSENT AGENDA

 

5a.          Approval of an application to obtain a license to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption only for:

 

Three One Four Group, LLC

dba Your Pie

1115 Washington Street

 

6.         Discussion of Property and Casualty Insurance renewal.

 

7.         Discussion of Tourism Promotion Service Contract with Covington Downtown and Tourism Association, Inc.

 

8.         Discussion of a resolution authorizing for hedging natural gas through Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia (MGAG).

 

9.         Discussion of budget amendment moving monies for arborist duties from Planning & Zoning to Public Works.

 

10.       Discussion of contracting additional work at the Covington Municipal Airport.

 

11.       Discussion of creating a Shared Leave Bank Policy 312.

 

12.       Public comments.

 

13.       Comments from the City Manager.

 

14.       Comments from the Mayor and Council.

 

15.       Enter into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing land opportunity.

 

16.       Adjourn.

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