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Taylorville City Council Praises Band & Track At Meeting

The THS Band and THS Track team were recognized at the bimonthly Taylorville City Council Meeting on Monday evening. Multiple band and track team members were recognized at the meeting as Taylorville Mayor Bruce Barry praised them for their hard work and dedication to their craft.  The band members were given March 18th as their day.


Mayor Barry also praised the Track team including Liam Bettis and Owen Morgan as well, announcing March 19th and March 20th, their day for breaking school records. 


All motions put in front of the board passed for committee reports, except for a motion concerning the bent flag pole at the Cemetery—that motion was tabled. Under planning commission recommendations, the council approved a motion for rezoning for 601 N. Webster, 301 N. Elevator, and the Salisbury Minor Subdivision.  They also approved a Special Use Permit for an unmanned building at 803 East Franklin for Computer Techniques. 


Mayor Barry says the city is looking for additional revenue as the city leans heavily on the grocery tax which may be going away. 



The council did go into a closed session.  Mayor Barry feels they are close to negotiations for city and police employees. The next city council meeting is set for April 1st. 

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