CITY COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA DOTHAN, ALABAMA 4:00 P.M., July 29, 2003 Invocation: Dr. W. Lee Singley, Grandview Baptist Church Pledge of Allegiance: Commissioner Bullard Roll: Sowell, Reading, Glanton, Clements, Rudd, Thomas, Bullard 1. Previous Minutes: Minutes of Meeting of July 22, 2003 Minutes of Adjourned Regular Meeting of July 23, 2003 2. Communications from Mayor and City Commissioners: Dothan Youth Soccer Association - Bobby Fuller 3. Communications from City Manager: 2004 Hersheys North American Track Finals - Henrico Hogan - presentation by Kim Meeker Dixie Softball - National Angels and National Ponytails - presentation by Ken Ard 4. Communications from City Clerk: 5. Res. No.________Adopting a revised operating schedule for Walton Park. 6. Res. No._________Amending the qualifications for redevelopment incentives of the downtown redevelopment district. 7. Res. No._________Requesting to contract directly with the Administrative Office of Courts to provide exclusive enhanced services for the Municipal Court through an independent Court Referral Officer. 8. Res. No._________Approving the list of city employees authorized to request, receive and disclose information from the Alabama Department of Revenue. 9. Res. No._________Reappointing James A. Bowman as a member of the Recreation Board. 10. Res. No._________ Accepting bids and approving other purchases over $7,500. 11. Res. No._________Approving advance travel for city employees. 12. Accepting an easement from James M. Blissett needed for miscellaneous electrical improvements on Flowers Chapel Road. 13. Adjournment.
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