The Pineville City Council met recently and the meeting was called to order by Mayor Scott Madon. The first order of business was the rendering of the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. Roll call was the next order of business, with all council members being present and accounted for. The mayor asked for approval of the minutes of the council meeting of January and they were approved.
Madon explained there would not be a report for Main Street Pineville, as Jacob Roan was attending another meeting pertaining to city business. The next items of business taken up by the council were the appointments of Shirley Rhodman to the Community Development and Section 8 Board and the appointment of Edith Asher to the Variance Board. Those appointments were approved.
The mayor requested the council’s approval to advertise for blacktop, which was granted. The bid for a new van for the city was the next item on the agenda that was discussed. It was awarded to Short-Redmond of Lafollette, Tennessee.
Also on the agenda was the second reading of the Intent to Annex Northbound Property ordinance. Various city taxes were the last item to be addressed in the open portion of the meeting. Madon said that the city was going to begin a special emphasis on collecting outstanding back taxes owed to Pineville.
The council then went into executive session, which was followed by adjournment.