Between a public hearing and a full agenda at the Harrison City Council meeting, Mayor Bill Neyer had an important message to share.
“I’d like to congratulate Mr. Grubbs on a successful campaign,” Neyer said. “He was the prevailing candidate in yesterday’s primary and therefore he’ll stand unopposed in November. I pledge to give everything I can to bring him up to speed by January first.”
Councilman Grubbs thanked Mayor Neyer for his support and other members of Council echoed the sentiment.
Council received an unfavorable recommendation from Planning Commission for the proposed Gradison Development on Carolina Trace. Councilmembers voted unanimously to accept the Commission’s recommendation.
In other business, Council decided to opt-in to a Regional Income Tax Authority’s (RITA) program that will send “non-filing notices” annually to City residents who neglected to file a municipal income tax return. Council approved an ordinance to amend appropriations to police and fire departments and a sewer project on Edgewood Road, and approved a bid for the latter.
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