Several items were up for duscussion during the Carrollton City Council city council meeting last (Mon) night. KMZU’s Janet Adkison fiiled these reports…
Fire Chief Curtis Shields offered an update regarding the annual celebration held in the Carroll County Community. Administrative Assistant Terry Bell says the summer event has continued to grow but they may have to revisit some ideas regarding the outdoor concert and fireworks display.
Shields estimates this years show totaled around 21-thousand dollars. Council members also heard from an area resident who requested assitance from the city…
As cooler weather roles in many in the community are coming up with ideas to entertain residents and enjoy the great outdoors. Bell says that was a large part of the conversation during the Monday night meeting..
Chamber Director Sharon Metz says the proposal is still in the development phase. The idea came up during the recent round table discussions coordinated through the Chamber of Commerce which Metz says everyone is welcome to attend.
The idea for the outdoor activity came from one of the Chambers Round Table meetings. The next discussion will be held on September 18th at 7 p.m. in the basement of the Library. Everyone in the community is welcome to attend.
In other business the Arts Council announced plans to hold a “movie in the park” night with a classic film for adults. Members asked the city council to allow participants to bring their own adult beverages for the October 6th showing. The council seemed to favor the idea but requested the arts representatives gain additional approval from the Parks Board.