Here’s what happened at the Jackson City Council meeting on Nov. 12, 2019.
Property transfers were a common theme at the meeting.
A purchase agreement was approved for property north of downtown Jackson for Jackson Community Ambulance to expand their operations.
The council also approved a resolution that allows the City to receive 54 tax foreclosed properties from Jackson County that can later be used for re-development.
In other council news, the council voted to move $600,000 in federal funds from the downtown Kitchen Incubator Project other City needs, such improvements in Loomis Park and street lighting.
And just in time for winter, the council approved a contract for a company to do snow and ice removal in the downtown area and city parking lots to free up Public Works and Parks and Recreation crews to do snow and ice removal in other areas of the city.
The next regularly scheduled City Council meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 26.