Montevallo City Council Work Session


October 24, 2005

6 p.m. at City Hall


Attendees: Sharon Anderson, Willie Goldsmith and Dana Byrd


The attendees reviewed the agenda and acknowledged that they did not have a quorum.


Montevallo Public Hearing


October 24, 2005

7 p.m. at City Hall


Sharon Anderson opened the Public Hearing concerning the recommendation of the Planning/Zoning Board to rezone A-O to D-1 Conventional the nineteen acres belonging to Sue Mikul and located adjacent to and south of Ammersee Lakes Subdivision on Highway 119.  The property owner requested a continuation of the Public Hearing due to a lack of a quorum.  Sharon Anderson agreed to continue the Public Hearing at the November 14, 2005 Council Meeting.


Montevallo City Council


October 24, 2005

7:15 p.m. at City Hall


Attendees: Sharon Anderson, Willie Goldsmith and Dana Byrd


Sharon Anderson called the meeting to order and advised the public that there was not a quorum present.  Mayor Anderson explained that they would read through the agenda but that no actions could be taken at the meeting.


The Fall Beautification Awards were presented to; Roscoe and Hilda Hicks 430 Pineview Road Montevallo, AL 35115 for being voted the Fall 2005 Most Beautifully Landscaped Yard in Montevallo, Montevallo High School 980 Oak Street Montevallo, Alabama 35115, for being voted the Fall 2005 Most Beautifully Landscaped School in Montevallo, John and Patricia Roper owners of Huddle House, 4653 Highway 25 Montevallo, Alabama 35115, for being voted the Fall 2005 Most Beautifully Landscaped Business.


Laurie Sharp advised that the Shelby County Commission had approved the vacation of a former subdivision on property now occupied by Hidden Forest.


Mayor Anderson reported the she spoke at the ADEM Public Hearing concerning the application for a permit for the purpose of a quarry.


Mayor Anderson presented a letter from Senator Shelby concerning the City’s application for appropriations money for the purpose of downtown revitalization.  The letter advises that the application is still in process.


Fire Chief Bill Reid reported that the Fire Truck should arrive in December.


Council Member Byrd reported that the Street Department replanted the beds ion front of City Hall.


Arbor Board meets tomorrow night for a regular meeting. Arbor Day 2006 and the City Shop Beautification Project will be discussed.


Council Member Goldsmith reported that he took the Leaders of Tomorrow from the Middle School to the Civil Rights Museum. The Leaders of Tomorrow organization educates and promotes positive leadership and community involvement to Middle School aged children.


Council Member Byrd noted that the Arbor and Beautification Commission had purchased Montevallo Bulldog flags which have been hung along Main Street Montevallo.


Council Member Byrd reported on the Montevallo Youth Football league.


Carey Thompson reported that the applications received for the Senior Center Manager are being reviewed and interviews will be scheduled in the upcoming weeks.


Ben McCrory reported that the Christmas Parade Committee has been organizing this year’s parade.  Scheduled Thursday, November 17th at 6 pm on Main Street.


Ben McCrory reported that Trick or Treating on Main Street is scheduled Monday, October 31st from 3:30 to 5 pm.


Steve Sears read a letter from Sue Wilder’s attorney advising that the property owned by Sue Wilder on Spring Creek Road should be rezoned by the current Comprehensive Plan to reflect a suburban zoning classification.


Henry Emfinger reported that he has sent his book about Montevallo’s history to the publisher.


Council Member Goldsmith reported that the Fire Department will host their annual Chili Supper on Monday, October 31 at Fire Station #1.


The meeting adjourned at 7:51 p.m.