Town threatens to have bodies removed if bill isn’t paid

Published: Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at 02:46 PM.

The council approved of reappointing Council Member Henry Chambers as chairman and Taylor as co-chairman.

The council agreed with Chambers’ suggestion to come up with fundraising ideas for the town of Caryville at the first of the year.

“We need something for this town to raise funds in this town,” said Chambers. “As of the first of the year we’ve got to do something.”

The council approved of each council member having a ham as a Christmas bonus this year and that Fire Chief Gene Forehand recognize the senior citizens of Caryville with a fruit basket.

Supervisor of Caryville Flea Market Paron Beeco informed the Council that there were four months left until the next Flea Across Florida, that he’s charging people $5 extra for using heaters and that vendors were upset because people were using the flea market as a parking lot.

“We need a sign that informs them that there will be no parking on Friday and Saturday where they can block the view of the flea market,” said Chambers. “I’m proud to see that the flea market is growing steadily. I’m seeing new faces each time at the flea market.”

Beeco said they were still complaints about the Middlebrooks portable toilet.

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