Tucker’s Mayor and City Council concluded their business for the month of November on Monday night, holding a work session and special called meeting at City Hall.
During the work session, Council discussed a proposed intergovernmental agreement (IGA) between the City of Tucker and the DeKalb County School District. The IGA would spell out field and facility usage and logistics between the two sides. In that same session, they received a presentation from City Engineer Ken Hildebrandt on the City’s new pavement condition assessment. The data from the assessment will be used to determine which streets get priority in upcoming SPLOST-funded road resurfacing campaigns.
Council began the special called meeting by approving a contract with Aquatic Consulting & Equipment, Inc. for the plastering of the city-run pool at Kelley Cofer Park. They then passed a resolution of support for an application for federal Transportation Improvement Program funding that would be used for intersection improvements throughout the Tucker Summit Community Improvement District (CID). Next, they approved a resolution in support of a sidewalk construction project along Old Norcross Road. Lastly, they approved a resolution to award a contract for the Chamblee Tucker Road lane diet project. The contract, valued at just over $2.2 million, will be granted to CW Matthews Contracting.
The next meeting of the Mayor and City Council will be on Monday December 13 at 7 p.m. at City Hall (1975 Lakeside Parkway, Suite 350B).