Much discussion, few decisions at Callaway City Commission meeting

By: Meredith TerHaar Email
By: Meredith TerHaar Email

Callaway - Several issues were discussed and a few decisions made at Tuesday night's Callaway City Commission meeting.

Mayor Kenneth Meer announced at the start of the meeting that trick-or-treating in the city would be held Saturday, October 30th, from 6 to 9pm.

Commissioners then discussed the possiblity of charging people for the use of the community center, but in the end decided against charging residents a small fee. It costs the city approximately $8,000 a year to run the facility and commissioners decided the city could foot the bill to provide residents the service.

During the public comment period the spokesman for the newly formed citizens advisory committee spoke. Robert Thompson informed the commissioners that their 15 member committee plans to address issues including the contracts of city employees and reserve fund policies.

Concerns over the possible Bridge Harbor Marina project in Callaway Bayou were also voiced. The developer is currently seeking approval from the DEP.


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