DeKalb aldermen seek bids on surplus vehicles
At their regular monthly meeting, on Tuesday, April 5, the DeKalb Board of Aldermen heard from Kemper County Sheriff James Moore concerning vehicles that technically belong to the Town.
Moore stated that when the Sheriff's Dept. contracted with the Town for police services there were several vehicles involved. It is now no longer feasible to try and maintain those vehicles, and Moore suggested that the Town place them for bids on GovDeal.com. The Board voted 3-0 to declare the vehicles as surplus and to place them on the website for bids. Alderman Tracy Naylor and Alderwoman Mary Donald were not present at the meeting.
In other business, the Board:
— Voted 3-0 to table discussions of property clean up, license fees and garbage
— Voted 3-0 reject all bids on CDBG Wastewater Grant, and rebid the project.
— Voted 3-0 to change the Town's internet service from AT&T UVerse to EMEPA,
at an additional cost of $2 per month.
The DeKalb Board of Aldermen meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.