The Daleville City Council welcomed its newest member, Jo Reese, during its regular council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 20, before approving one agreement and tabling other items on the agenda.
The council approved an agreement for consulting services between the city and Poly, Inc. for resurfacing improvements to Caldwell Court, Riverview Drive and Ridgewood Drive.
Mayor Jayme Stayton said the improvements were approved as part of the city's budget.
In other business, the council approved tabling a vote on a funding request for the Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber Executive Director Nancy Garner requested either $9,000 from the city to cover a shortage of funds or increase the chamber's budget for the next fiscal year.
The council also approved tabling discussion on a possible updated contract for the Daleville Cultural and Convention Center. Mayor Stayton said the city has been in contact with the city's attorney regarding the contract, but there was nothing to present to the council at the time of the meeting.
Chamber Executive Director Nancy Garner said the Chamber will hold its spring Arts and Crafts Bazaar on March 17 during the Family Fun Fest held at Culpepper Park.
Garner said half of the proceeds made during the bazaar will go toward the Daleville Public Library's Summer Reading Program.
She also announced that the Native American Pow Wow will be held in Daleville on April 28-29.
In addition to several openings on city committees, CIty Clerk Angelia Filmore announced that there is a vacancy on the city's Planning Commission.
For more information on committee positions, contact the city clerk at (334) 598-2345.
The next council meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.