Bonifay City and Kiwanis Club come to terms

Published: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 04:40 PM.

Woodham spoke up and said that he had given Cooley two years to make his decision and that Cooley had not made any attempt to get in contact with him in regards to those decisions.

In other business, the council agreed to have a demonstration be made of an excavator that the city may be interested in purchasing.

“We’ll be getting some Federal Emergency Management Agency money in and we’re going to want to be cleaning out some ditches, but we don’t have a machine to do that,” said Cloud. “I’ve been doing some research and Flint Equipment Company is willing to allow us to have a demonstration of their product before we decide to purchase it so that we know if it’s going to do the job.”

The council approved the parade permit for the upcoming Rodeo Parade to be held Friday, Oct. 4 and Saturday, Oct. 5.

Council Member Roger Brooks made a motion to accept a resolution agreeing to Gulf Power’s rise in rates, however it died due to lack of a second.

“We just want to be treated fairly,” said Brooks. “Every time we have a problem here it seems like we’re last on the priority list and we have to wait until a truck becomes available.”

Darrin Wall, Office Manager for Gulf Power in Chipley was present and Brooks asked him if there would be a service truck available for this area coming soon.

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