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NOTICE: McIntyre is under a Level 1 Drought Response: In order to conserve water outside watering is allowed only between 4:00pm and 10:00 am. This applies to both commercial and residential water use, also keep in mind to regularly check for and repair leaks inside and outside. Don't leave tap running when shaving, brushing teeth and face washing. Only water your landscape when necessary and adjust sprinklers so only your lawn is watered and not the house, sidewalk or street.

NOTICE: 2015 CCR Annual Water Quality Report are available at City Hall located at 102 Railroad Street.

Water bills are due on the 15th of each month, a late penalty of $5.00 applies after the 15th, Termination date is the 28th of the current month, bills will need to be paid prior to the 28th, Reconnect fee is $35.00 and is applied to terminated accounts for non-payment. Bill will have to be paid in full to have water restored.

The city of McIntyre strives to offer its citizens the highest quality of service and a safe water system.

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Council meetings are the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, beginning at 5:00PM, If you would like to be placed on the Agenda for topics, you must call City Hall at 478-946-2037 prior to the meeting date.

Municipal Court is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at 5:00pm. Ralph Jackson is the honorable Judge, and any discussions pertaining to the court date will need to be discussed either with the Clerk of Court Pamela Roberts at 478-946-2037, or Chief Wayne Amerson at 478-946-3483.

May Day Festival is May 6th, 2017 beginning at 10am. For More information please contact Linda Sanders at 478-946-2037. Applications are also available on the website. T-Shirts are pre-order only this year. Children to XL are $10.00, 1X and up are $13.00.

August 15, 2011 – Council Meeting

August 15, 2011

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Mayor Vicki Horne called meeting to order.

Present were: Mayor Horne, Council members, Jerry Shinholster, Vickie Mixon and Natalie Underwood, absent was Raymond Cole and Rico Myrick.

Motion to approve minutes from the August 1, 2011 meetings was made by Mixon, seconded by Underwood, no opposition motion carried.

Motion to approve minutes from the August 8, 2011 called meeting was made by Mixon, seconded by Shinholster, no opposition motion carried.

Reports:

Underwood asked about the fire hydrants that were to be installed on Railroad. Mayor Horne said that she attended the council meeting in Irwinton to discuss with them about the possibility of using their water lines. Mayor Horne said that they would be getting us some measurements and that Cole was to get figures to see what the cost would be to the City. Mayor Horne said that Irwinton was willing to help in anyway they could.

Mixon had no report

Shinholster had no report.

McRee said that he had received and reviewed the MOU from Paws and Claws and that everything looked good.

Chief Amerson had no report.

Mayor Horne said that she had talked with David Franks and that he advised her that the city should be receiving a check by the end of the month for around $118,000.00. Franks explained to Horne that Gordon had been overpaid from the 2003 SPLOST and that the overpayment was to be disbursed throughout the remaining cities.

Mixon asked why was it that the Street personnel did not weed eat the section of road from the end of Rainbow drive to the end of the pavement on Dawn Street. Shinholster said that they would get to it.

Mayor Horne said the she went by Uniman last month and talked with Mr. Willoby who seemed surprised to hear about the chalk running into the street when it rained heavily, but that he would get with Snowco and see if the drainage pipes needed to be cleaned.

With no other business to discuss, Motion for adjournment was made by Mixon, seconded by Underwood, no opposition, motion carried.

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Mayor                                                                          Attest

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City of McIntyre

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