Additional Auburntown Surveillance Equipment Too Costly: Mayor
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The Auburntown City Council met Tuesday, November 2, 2010 at 6:00 PM for their regular monthly meeting.

The mayor and all councilmen were present except Rita Davis who was helping hold the general election.

The previous minutes of the October meeting was approved as presented by the City Recorder.

The financial report was presented for review and approval. The report was approved as presented with a few comments of explanation.

The mayor reported that the extension of the electrical arrangements in the Library with the surveillance equipment in the Community Center was cost prohibitive at the present time.

The electrical facilities in the C. S. Hawkins Park are adequate to allow additional hookups to be added as needed for vendors during Red Apple Days. This will be further pursued with the passing of time.

Chris Blackburn, Fire Chief, reported that the Fire Dept. would not be holding their 3rd Saturday Fish Frys during the months of November and December this year.  This was due to decreased patronage and the rising cost of supplies that resulted in very little to no profit being realized. However, the Lion’s Club Fish Frys on the 1st Saturday of each month will continue as usual.

Miss Hunter Miller from the Government Class at Cannon County High School attended this session as a class Assignment.

Winfred Gaither, Recorder
Members Opinions:
November 03, 2010 at 8:24am
IF they would buy some better fish instead of
chinese carp more people would come.
November 03, 2010 at 8:42am
Thank you Chris, Mr. Frank and all the members of the Auburn Volunteer including the women of the community who help out with this event. The food is excellent and no one ever leaves hungery. The guests of the fish fry laways seem to enjoy this Saturday of great food and visiting with neighbors!! Way to go AVFD!!!!!
November 04, 2010 at 9:42am
I know many people stopped coming due to increase in meal prices. They seemed to keep rising regularly. Same food,rocketing prices.

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