Selma City Council to discuss lump sum payment for retirees
Published 8:08 am Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Three Citizens’ Concerns will be part of the Selma City Council meeting on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Council Chambers.
Carrie Bearden, Clyde Richardson and former Selma City Councilman Tom Headley will speak in the Citizens’ Concern session of the council meeting.
Bearden will make a fund request. Richardson will discuss a license. Headley will discuss Ordinance 038-02/03.
The business items discussed by the city council could be voted on at the meeting.
Those items include: Proposed Budget FY 22-23, Seven Cents Gas tax, 2020 Audit Report.the Selma Water Works Board, which councilman Michael Johnson’s term expires on August 11 and the city debt.
The Mayor’s Report will include a lump sum payment for retirees.
City Attorney Major Madison said the council must vote by Sept. 1 for retirees to get considered in October. If approved, Selma retirees will earn over a combined $115,000.
Madison will also have his Attorney’s Report in the meeting.