After five years of long planning and thinking ahead, Mayor Randall Walker and council members took the first drink of water from the Tucker Road Water Treatment Plant at the ribbon-cutting on Thursday, October 22.
Due to COVID-19 canceling of fall sports for 2020, a proposal regarding the citizens of Perry’s concerns about the cancellation of the winter sport, Youth Basketball, was presented by the Department of Leisure Services to mayor and council in Monday’s work session.
After several months of waiting, on Monday, the Perry City Council members were finally able to move forward with the recommendations that will accommodate the Woodland Subdivision residents.
Located at 110 Ida Lasseter Circle in Perry, Creekwood Traffic Park opened officially on Wednesday morning.
Tuesday’s regular meeting of Perry Mayor and Council and pre-council session saw a number of ordinances slated for a second reading and subsequent vote discussed.
Perry Mayor and Council revisited an issue involving plans for an RV park.
Fawne DeRosia had been commissioned by the city of Perry to do a special piece that would embody some of the wonderful things for which the community is best known.
City Manager Lee Gilmour presented a review of two city organizations, one of which was the Planning Commission. Gilmour expressed that he believed the process for member selection for this commission, in which council members and the mayor appoint the members, was important.
Perry Mayor and Council passed a resolution at Tuesday’s regular meeting relative to the wearing of masks.
At Monday’s work session of Perry Mayor and Council, Special Events Coordinator Anya Turpin presented the idea for, what she said City Manager Lee Gilmour dubbed, "The Grub Crawl.”