The City of Smiths Station was given a clean audit at December 13th’s council meeting. Larry Young of Albright, Fortenberry and Ninas, LLP presented its annual audit to the council.
“We had no findings or troubles with internal controls,” Young said.
During the meeting, Smiths Station Mayor F.L. “Bubba” Copeland announced that the city’s Martin Luther King Jr. cleanup day would be held on Jan. 14 from 9 a.m. to noon EST. In case of rain, it will be held Jan. 21.
In other agenda, the council:
» Reappointed Lisa Deason as City Administrative Official.
» Appointed Mike Kane to the city’s planning commission, filling John “Buster” Bessant’s seat to a five year term commencing January 2017 and expiring December 2022.
» Appointed members to the city’s annexation, environmental, finance, parks and recreation and utilities committees. A public safety committee was added, but it will be vacant for the time being.
» Enumerated official city holidays calendar year 2017.
» Authorized mayor to manage financial accounts.