New Family Dollar moves forward in Bonifay

Published: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at 11:11 AM.

She said with the money raised they were also able to give a scholarship to a local student and donate $800 to this year’s Relay for Life of Holmes County.

City approved donating $200 to the Panhandle Patriotic Celebration 2013.

“It’s the one put on by the Holmes County Ministerial Association every year with their large fireworks display and free food and games for the family,” said Mayor Lawrence Cloud. “We’ve donated $200 to them every year in the past and they’ve done a lot for the city.”

City approved advertising to bid out resurfacing St. John’s Road from County Road 173 to State Road 79.

“We need to get this done,” said Council member Roger Brooks. “It’s been earmarked to be done and its just been sitting there.”

City approved Proclamation 13-2, recognizing May as Civility Month, promoting civilized behavior amongst friends, neighbors and fellow citizens.

The next scheduled Bonifay City Council meeting is set for 6 p.m. on Monday, June 24 at the Bonifay City Hall.

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