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Here are a few of the agenda items the council will take up:
Powder Springs Road Improvements
The council will vote on a resolution to amend the city’s agreement with Croy Engineering, LLC, to add design and engineering services for improvements on Powder Springs Road.
The funding for the Powder Springs Road project will come from the 2016 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (2016 SPLOST) and the design and engineer services outlined in the resolution will amount to $95,500.
South Cobb Arts Alliance Lease Renewal
The council will vote on the lease renewal with the South Cobb Arts Alliance (SCAA), which rents office and storage space in the old museum, and gallery space in the community development building.
The agenda item also provides for expanded gallery space subject to the payment of additional rent by SCAA.
Revenue bonds for the Downtown Development Authority
The city council will consider a resolution to approve the sale of revenue bonds for the redevelopment of what the resolution describes as “pockets of blight” in the downtown area.
The resolution, if passed, will also adopt an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the Powder Springs Downtown Development Authority (DDA) to implement the redevelopment.
This bond proposal is a result of a resolution adopted at the October 2 city council meeting designating an “urban redevelopment area.”
After the urban redevelopment area was defined, the city held a public hearing on November 2 where they presented an Urban Redevelopment Plan.
The plan was adopted by the city council after the hearing.
For information on other agenda items …
For other agenda items, click on this link to visit the complete agenda.