Cameras placed at Richard Wood Park
Cameras were placed around the pavilion at Richard Wood Park after the Thorsby City Council approved the installment of cameras for security reasons at a previous meeting.
The state has begun the process of cleaning the drainage along Highway 31.
A special ad valorem tax was discussed by the Thorsby City Council during its meeting on Feb. 6 that could be used for department expenses.
The Council moved to have it stay in the Fire Department’s account until further information is gathered.
In other news from the meeting, the Council:
- Took a $100 ad out for the Thorsby High School golf team.
- Josh Parker and Chris Baker were hired to assist in a volunteer role with the Thorsby Fire Department.
- Alton Parker will be sent another letter giving him 30 days to clean up his property.
- Approved the minutes from the previous meeting on Jan. 23.
- Approved the financial statement and to pay the bills.
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