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Leesburg Town Council Meets

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Officials in Leesburg are hoping for better weather, so a number of projects can move forward.

Mayor Ed Mackey gave an update on those projects during Monday’s Leesburg Town Council meeting.

In other action, the council voted to go with Mayhall Computers for the installation of two time clocks that will be used by employees at City Hall, the Police Department and Maintenance Departments.

They are looking at clocks that will let employees clock in using either a finger scan or a card instead of filling out time sheets.

The council also approved a measure to reimburse firefighters for who attend training sessions.

They will get 15-dollars, which is the same as when they respond to a fire call.

Fire Chief and Councilman Joe Sonaty says the training is important because it can help the town with its ISO Rating.

The council also approved the purchase of a Laser Jet printer for the Fire Department, and voted to donate 500-dollars for the upcoming Students Against Destructive Decisions Conference that will be attended by 10 and 11th Graders in the Cherokee County School System.

 

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