Bonifay Council tables peewee building request

Published: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 10:05 AM.

“I felt that it would be appropriate for them to get permission from both the City of Bonifay and the Holmes County District School Board before continuing,” said Taylor, who also serves as the school board’s attorney.

The council’s decide to table the request for further review after much discussion.

Mayor Lawrence Cloud suggested that they use the building used by the high school football team. Bowen replied that their equipment is numerous and increasing with every season and would take a lot of space away from the high school football team.

“I’m just not sure about building a permanent structure,” said Council Member Richard Woodham. “The other one was mobile in case it had to be moved.”

The council approved paying $500 to repair security cameras at the city parks to catch and persecute vandalizes.

“Those cameras have been very helpful in catching these vandals and have paid for themselves,” said Cloud. “In the time they’ve been down the vandalizing has increased and it needs to stop. We need to catch these vandals and put a stop to it.”

The next meeting of the Bonifay City Council is set for 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 27.

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