PILOT MOUNTAIN — During the meeting of the Pilot Mountain town board, Commissioner Gary Bell is going to discuss options for developing a plan for the control of stray cats and leash law enforcement for the town.
Bell also has asked Town Manager Homer Dearmin to discuss repainting all of the fire hydrants in town.
Also during a public forum, Audra Lowe has asked to speak about the location of her business, Lowe’s Recycling. Michael McCarty has asked to speak about downtown murals and to have a discussion on the town’s budget, and Meigs Needham has asked to talk about a sidewalk project and parking.
In new business, the town board will consider subleasing three spaces inside the Pilot Center. The first is to Upper Crust Crumbs Dessert Co. for a three-year lease beginning on Feb. 1 for $350 a month. The second is for Bingman’s Auction that also will begin Feb. 1 for three years, and is asking for $500 a month in rent. The last sublease agreement is for Head Hunter’s beauty salon beginning on Feb. 1 for three years for $675 a month rent, that also includes two parking spaces.
The board will consider making amendments to the budget, after which they will hear from each town department.
Dearmin will then give the town manager and financial reports.
The board will discuss items that have been brought to their attention by citizens or items they personally feel the town needs to look in to.
The board will then go into a closed session before recessing.
For more information, call Pilot Mountain town hall at 368-2248.
Reach Mondee Tilley at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 719-1930.