Personnel changes at recycling center
The commission accepted the resignation, effective April 26, of Terri Anderson-Burke who had been director of the recycling center since August.
Howard told the commission he planned to promote recycling center employee Brandon Jackson to director. Because another employee would be needed there, the commission also moved to reverse a previous order transferring Adam Lucas Combs from the recycling center to the buildings and grounds-parks department.
Megan Tracy was hired as a seasonal worker for Gibson Bay Golf Course at $7.25 per hour.
The accounting firm of Mountjoy Chilton Medley was retained to audit the city’s finances for the fourth consecutive year.
In other action, the commission approved second reading of ordinances:
• Making business/technical training operations a conditional use in the B-4 (Planned Shopping Center District) zone
• Rezoning 6.33 acres belonging to Abundant Life Ministries on Irvine Road from R-1C (Single Family Residential Small Lots) to B-1 (Neighborhood Business)
• Rezoning 4.91 acres owned by ATA Development, John Devere Builder and Bill Wright on Four Mile Road from B-3 (Highway Business) to R-2 (Two Family Residential).