COFFEEVILLE – Aldermen approved a motion to divide property being sold by the Town into one or two acre lots, according to minutes from the June meeting.
Alderman Joe Bourn suggested the action after the recent sale of a piece of property that had wide highway frontage, but ran at an angle to the rear.
Mayor Mack Burns was instructed to see how much property is left from the sale and divide it into equal size lots.
Among other actions, the Board of Aldermen:
• Tabled discussion of a dog ordinance for the new board to address;
• Authorized the Mayor to secure $25,000 from Town funds to purchase a new truck and new truck bed;
• Agreed that TVA should be contacted about cutting a large tree on the west end of the Rayburn Street bank because of power lines that run through the limbs;
• Heard a list of public concerns that include stray dogs in various areas of Town and teenagers roaming after curfew;
• Paid claims;
In attendance at the June 2 meeting were Mayor Mack Burns, Jr., Aldermen Michael Ayers, Joe Bourn, Johnnie Roland, William Shelton, and Mack Dudley. Also present were Town Clerk Patricia Moody and City Attorney William L. Maxey.