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Meeting Minutes

Minutes for the Town of Swepsonville

Town Council Meeting October 18, 2016

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Raymond Herring.

All Town Council was present for the meeting, with the exception of Hugh Doss.

The Town Council remembered the passing of James Holtzclaw Jr. and Clinton Johnston that was residents here in the Town of Swepsonville.

The minutes for the meeting September 20, 2016 were reviewed. Gail Miller made a motion to accept the minutes as written. Darrell Newton seconded the motion. The minutes for the meeting September 20, 2016 were unanimously approved.

Mayor Herring told the Town Council that Town Council Member Darrell Newton received an Achievement Award for the 50 Years of Service. Mayor Herring presented him with the Cowboy Up Award.


Mayor Herring addressed the Town Council about a Discharging Firearm Ordinance. Gail Miller made a motion to accept the Discharging of Firearm Ordinance as written. Mayor Raymond Herring seconded the motion. The vote passed unanimously.


Mayor Herring told the Town Council Members that Mr. Halle came in and talked with the Mayor and Gail Miller. No plans have been brought to the Town Council.


Mayor Herring and the Town Council Members discussed an Ordinance for the River Park & Signs for the Swepsonville Town Park. The Town Council tabled this to the next meeting.


Mayor Herring Herring told the Town Council that residents that live on Quandary Lake Lane has a compliant about speeding on their street. Mayor Herring addressed the issue with DOT. DOT will address the issue.


Mayor Herring told the Town Council that Franz Holt with Alley, Williams, Carmen and King has sent in the Grant for the Wastewater and we are waiting on approval. 

There was no public time comments.

Darrell Newton made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Doug Scott seconded the motion. The meeting was unanimously adjourned.

Angela Walker

Town of Swepsonville Minutes recorded October 21, 2016 by Angela Walker Town Clerk. **Minutes to be approved at the next Town Council Meeting November 15, 2016**