WARRIOR—The Warrior City Council last Monday placed a lien on 315 Louisa Street for $7,973.64 after the property was declared a public nuisance and torn down and hauled away by the city. The lien is an attempt to recoup the city’s costs for the removal.

The council also placed a $3,8744.25 lien against the property on 624 Main Street for grass cutting and cleanup.

The council also approved a plan to to create an economic development district for the proposed industrial and commercial development on the property of Hallmark Farms. The project will be a joint venture between the city and Jefferson County.

In other business, the council also:

•rescheduled the May 6 council meeting to May 8 at 5:30 because the mayor and council will be attending the ALM Convention.

•discussed a request from resident John Harvella regarding a road located on his property. The council will be working with him to see what can be resolved about the road.

•approved a request from Reverend Theodore Hines to hold a prayer walk on May 18 at 9 a.m. from the community center to the baptist church. Contact Hines or the city for more information.

•approved a $2,000 donation to North Jefferson Day to cover the children’s area and portable toilet facilities for the event. The event will be May 25.

•approved a request to use the park for a fun day hosted by the Family Life Center.

•heard from Council Member James Jett about improvements and maintenance needed at the city parks and ball fields.

Rachel Davis is the editor and general manager of The North Jefferson News. She can be reached at editor@njeffersonnews.com or by calling 205.631.8716. 

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