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August 28, 2013

Council approves tastings at new growler

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MILLEDGEVILLE —

The annual fee for an ancillary wine tasting license is set at $300 annually in addition to the cost of obtaining an alcohol license.

In other business, Council:

• passed a resolution to authorize the mayor to enter into a memorandum of understanding on behalf of the city with David Sinclair of Solar Zones LLC for the lease-purchase and repurposing of the Shaw Building.

• agreed to enter into a Governmental Pole Attachment License Agreement with Georgia Power Company to allow decoration attachments for the upcoming holiday season. The City of Milledgeville currently uses Georgia Power owned utility poles for span-wire attachments for five off-system stop-and-go traffic signals and four warning beacons. The city also uses Georgia Power poles to mount 20 seasonal holiday decorations. Plans are to add around 21 new decorations, but the power company wants to have an agreement outlining terms and conditions governing the use of their poles, including marking, maintenance and removal.

• approved Constance Pitirri’s request to serve beer, wine and distilled spirits at the annual gala of the Oconee Regional Healthcare Foundation slated Saturday, Sept. 21.

• appointed Sandra Wallace as the new resident commissioner of the Milledgeville Housing Authority.

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