Seligman City Hall to be remodeled
The Seligman City Council voted to complete a remodeling project at the city hall during its regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 16.
Aldermen voted to remodel the portion of the city hall that houses the clerk's desk. The project will be complete in-house, with only the counter tops being purchased from an outside retailer.
In other business, the Seligman City Council:
* Heard that new light bars have been installed on the city patrol cars.
* Reviewed the maintenance reports.
* Heard that a new pH meter and dissolved oxygen meter have been purchased to replace the old system that will no longer calibrate.
* Voted to change the Feb. 11 meeting to 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 13 and prepare a draft ordinance to change the monthly meetings to 6:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month.
* Reviewed the adult education learning program report, which showed that three more students have graduated from the program and more students are signing up.
* Voted to install street lights along Highway 37 at the intersections of Doc Meyer and Heritage Heights. The cost will be $350 per pole.
* Heard that a city needs a new emergency management director.
* Voted to discontinue the city pound based on regulations and expenses projected for 2013.
* Approved the Kubota lease agreement.
* Voted to provide scholarship funding for 14 student testing fees. The funds will be taken from the library budget.