Panama City commissioners came to a few decisions at Tuesday evening's Community Redevelopment Agency meeting.
While the decision to have the Bay County Health Department have a non-emergency health clinic at the A.D. Harris Learning Village had already been established, the matter of billing for utilities had not been cleared up.
After going through several options the city determined the best way to ensure that future tenants be billed properly is to use a sub meter option. This option would allow each tenant to set up their own account and have a meter.
Additionally, commissioners voted to not extend the A.D. Harris Improvement Society's current 3-year lease to 4-years - however representatives from the organization feel that they've lost nothing in that deal. Commissioners want to see how things progress with future tenants before extending the lease any further.