Franklin Council meets Tuesday
Franklin City Council members meet Tuesday in regular session for January.
Guests include representatives of the Franklin Senior High School Athletic Booster Club Gospel Explosion and the Veterans Affairs Clinic.
An ordinance for adoption would allow private mausoleum construction in the city cemetery if approved.
There are resolutions to allow the mayor to “execute appropriate release documents resolving disputed claims and any prospective litigation for which formal written demand has been made” in a possible executive session; and authorizing use of Caffery Park for the Franklin Youth Baseball and Softball program.
Proclamations include recognition of Judith Allain for her services to the Franklin Historic District Commission; and declaration of March 4 as Mardi Gras Day with lifting of the open container law one hour before to one hour after the parade. Glass containers will not be allowed.
Councilman Eugene Foulcard is slated to discuss the sidewalk at Willow and Ninth streets and the intersection of Third and Willow streets.
Mayor Raymond Harris is scheduled to present a change order to the street overlay project.
The council meets at 6 p.m. at City Hall on Iberia Street.