The Carrollton City Council gathered Monday evening with a relatively light agenda.
There was discussion with a local resident about a neighbor’s violation of a nuisance ordinance along with reports from the chiefs of the police and fire departments.
Mayor Bryan Mathis gave a report on the progress of work on the East Benton Street Bridge.
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That bridge was inspected early in May and found to have severe deterioration in the support beams, prompting the weight load to be reduced.
Council also approved the lowest bid for two sets of body armor for new officers joining the force.
Fire Chief Lonnie Sensenich also spoke about Carrollton’s plans for the Independence Day Celebration.
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There will be local performers’ throughout the day July 4th with many different activities for children, mom and dad and everyone else.
If you wish to assist, be a performer or participate in some way, you can contact Chief Sensenich through the fire department or City Hall.
To learn more about Carrollton log onto the city website.