Thursday, January 11, 2007
Fire chief reports on grant application
By SUE WATSON
The Holly Springs Historic Preservation Commission will continue meeting monthly at City Hall.
Alderman-at-large Tim Liddy suggested the commission set up meetings at the utility department to take advantage of staffers there who have a good working knowledge of the housing codes and zoning.
But Mayor Andre’ DeBerry said he would rather not change the meeting place.
Liddy said he needs a place to store documents and would like to have Felisha Autry on hand because of her knowledge of the codes and regulations.
“I want a regular meeting with her like the Planning Commission does,” he said.
DeBerry said he would like the meetings to take place in the conference room in City Hall to have more space for larger groups and public presentations.
“Technically, that department is not even under the utility from the standpoint of scheduling and oversight,” DeBerry said. “I have some potential plans I may be recommending to the board, so, I want to do some planning.”
He said he would like to centralize the processes going before the planning and preservation commissions so that customers can take care of technical requirements and the paying of fees in one stop.
In other business, aldermen:
(662) 252-4261 or email@example.com
managed and maintained by