BONIFAY — Bonifay Kiwanis Club members and elect presented the City of Bonifay with a $5,000 check during their regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 22 for their services at this year’s rodeo.


BONIFAY — Bonifay Kiwanis Club members and elect presented the City of Bonifay with a $5,000 check during their regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 22 for their services at this year’s rodeo.



Present were Kiwanis Club member and past president Bill Bullington, President Carlton Trendwell and Vice President Sandy Spear, according to the meeting minutes.



Bullington came before the council and “expressed his appreciation for the held from the Chief of Police Chris Wells and the City Superintendent Jack Marell during the rodeo and presented them with a check for the City’s services,” according to the minutes.



The council approved of paving McGee Road for $63,000 and to pay Hatch Mott MacDonald $2,000.



The council also approved of Hatch Mott MacDonald pursuing grants and loans for water and sewer projects.



Claudia Walker, local resident, came before the Council and requested them to waive her water bill as her house was flooded when the water was flooded when the water was turned on because of a washing machine faucet that was on. According to the minutes, the council approved to waive the entire bill.



Council approved of the final reading and adoption of Ordinance 384, relating to rabies and animal control, providing definitions, relating to declared rabies outbreaks, reporting animal bites and quarantine, providing for restraint provisions, establishment of enforcement and penalties, providing for severability in the event that any part is found invalid, unlawful or unconstitutional and providing for an effective date.



The council approved of adopting Resolution 12-40, approving water and sewer bonds.



The council also approved of closing Virginia Avenue from Oklahoma Street to Varner Street for the first United Methodist Church for the annual Halloween Treat Street on from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. tonight.



The council approved of canceling the City Council meeting on Nov. 12, 2012 in observance of Veterans’ Day.



The council also approved of Pee Wee football to use Memorial Field for pictures provided the school approves of it.