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December 1, 2013

Agenda for Monday's Dalton City Council meeting


DECEMBER 2, 2013

6 P.M.



1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Public Commentary

4. Minutes: Regular Meeting of November 18, 2013

5. New Business:

A.Public Safety Commission Recommendations:

2013 Alcohol Beverage Application

2014 Alcohol Beverage Application Renewals

2014 Pawnbroker Application Renewals

B. Public Works Traffic Control Recommendation:

Multi-Way Stop Control – Intersection of Helton Street and Knox Street

C. Memorandum of Understanding between the Georgia Department of Transportation and the City of Dalton for installation of decorative mast arms and strain poles at the intersection of State Route 3 (Dalton Bypass) and Willowdale Road.

D. Waiver Agreement between the City of Dalton and Dalton Post No. 112 of the American Legion, Inc.

E. Renewal Agreement between the City of Dalton and Alliant Health Plans.

F. Resolution to Authorize City of Dalton 2014 Community Home Investment Program (CHIP) Grant Application to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.

G. Agreement between the City of Dalton and Gilbert+Associates, Inc. for 2014 Community Housing Improvements Program (CHIP) Grant Administration Services.

H. FY-2013 Budget Amendment # 8.

I. Update on Crescent City Train Car – Ms. Kathryn Sellers

J. Appointment List

6. Supplemental Business

7. Announcements

8. Adjournment

To view this meeting online, visit www.cityofdalton-ga.gov.


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