By Tina Montgomery
Board of Aldermen for the Village of Dixie Inn will discuss police vehicles, bank signatory privileges and the removal of an old fire hydrant when they meet at 5 p.m. this evening (January 10).
Quotes to equip the new 2023 Tahoe police vehicle will be considered as well as quotes for repairing a door panel for their 2018 Tahoe.
Newly-elected alderman Opal “Nell” Finlay will be added as signer on the Village’s B1 Bank accounts and former mayor Kay Hallmark-Stratton will be removed.
The board will also consider the removal of an old fire hydrant at Cinnamon Creek.
In other business the board will hear Travis Morehart present the 2021-2022 audit as well as reports from water/maintenance, police, aldermen and mayor.
The meeting will be held at Village Hall located at 60 Shell Street and is open to the public.
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