BONIFAY — Council members Richard Woodham and Roger Brooks ran unopposed for their seats at this year’s Bonifay City Council elections and were sworn in during the council’s March 26 meeting.
Woodham said that he was looking forward to another two years and hoped to keep up the momentum as city projects continue on.
“I look forward to continue serving the residents of Bonifay to the best of my ability,” said Brooks.
Mayor Lawrence Cloud appointed Micah McCormick to be vice mayor once again.
Jim Hall was announced to be the city’s code enforcement officer.
Police Chief Chris Wells explained that Hall was well-experienced officer, who is currently in employment to take on the additional task in code enforcement.
“There is going to be a little expense at first as we print off citations,” said Wells.
City Clerk Jeri Gibson requested an update on renaming Eastside Park in honor of Etta Mae “White” Hudson.
Cloud explained that they were looking to the family for a fitting name for the park, such as Etta Hudson Memorial Park or Etta White Hudson Park.
The next scheduled meeting is set for 6 p.m. on April 8 at the Bonifay City Hall.