Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

Tuscaloosa City Council Action: Aug. 25

Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

Tuscaloosa City Council Action: Aug. 25

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The Tuscaloosa City Council took the following action at its Tuesday night meeting:

-Authorized request for street lighting modifications.

-Awarded competitive bid(s) for the purchase, etc., of aluminum handrails from Thompson Fabricating LLC; total: $31,588.

-Authorized utility account credits; total: $4,693.87.

-Authorized execution of Requisition Nos. 74-75 for payment from the Series 2014A Warrant Issue; total: $1,429.53.

-Authorized an adjustment and refund of excess deposit to BMCC for installation of water mains and services for Somerville Apartments water main extension; total: $5,629.71.

-Set Sept. 8 as the date for a hearing to consider approval of the first amendment to Pinnacle Park at North River.

-Authorized payment to Misty Marie Woolbright in settlement of claim; total: $226.66.

-Authorized an adjustment and refund to excess deposit to Harrison Construction Co. Inc. for installation of water mains and services for UA Kappa Delta Sorority fire line; $4,119.95.

-Authorized the issuance of a loan to Laukesha V. Noble for home purchase assistance under the City's HOME Program; total: $5,000.

-Authorized an adjustment and refund of excess deposit to Price Construction Co. Inc. for installation of water mains and services for Sokol Park soccer fields' 4-inch meter; total: $3,248.99.

-Authorized amendment to funding agreement with Habitat for Humanity Tuscaloosa for a time extension for completion of homes along Juanita Drive.

-Authorized the mayor to execute a right-of-way permit to Chance Partners LLC.

-Approved job class specifications for human resources supervisor.

-Authorized the mayor to execute a right-of-way permit to University Stations LLC.

-Authorized the Office of Federal Programs to make budget and program changes and to advertise those changes to the 2012 action plan of the city's five-year consolidated plan for community planning and development programs for program years 2010-2014.

-Authorized the Office of Federal Programs to make budget and program changes and to advertise those changes to the 2014 action plan of the city's five-year consolidated plan for community planning and development programs for program years 2010-2014. …

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