Tucker’s Mayor and City Council held their final meeting of April on Monday night, presiding over a relatively light agenda.
The first action item was an approval of a bid award for a project that will see reconstruction of curb radii at eight intersections in the City. The contract went to TriScapes at a cost of $108,095. The reconstruction will take place mostly on streets in the Tucker Summit Community Improvement District where there is heavy truck traffic.
The next agenda item was discussion on an ordinance to amend Chapter 10 of the city code. The proposed change would bring the City in line with a Supreme Court ruling on how much guest information hotel and motel owners have to give to police without a warrant. This issue was up for a first read, meaning no vote was taken.
Next, Council approved Mayor Auman’s selections to fill vacancies to on some of the City’s boards and commissions. Damyon Claar-Pressley was reappointed to the Downtown Development Authority, while Brian Chambers was appointed for the first time. Jason Burton was appointed to the Zoning Board of Appeals. Steve Smith was reappointed to the Planning Commission, while Cara Schroeder and Seth Burrow were appointed for the first time.
The next City Council meeting will be on Monday May 11 at 7 p.m. at the City Hall Annex (4228 First Avenue).