During the Monday afternoon Leesburg Town Council Meeting Mayor Pierce opened the only bid for the maintenance shop enclosure. The bid was opened and it was issued from Russell Metal LLC for $13,500 for roll-up doors. The Mayor and Council were proud to have a reasonable bid and approved it.
Mayor Pierce informed the Council of used tires from the police car and the 2018 Tahoe which the Town no longer needs. These items were declared as surplus property and approved for sale. Mayor Pierce and the Council also approved the 2024-01 ARPA Resolution.
After this, an Eagle Scout Jeffrey Givens and Whitt Whitten Spoke about a project they have begun. They want to add a doggie park at the Park located on Park Street. This was discussed but was tabled until the next meeting. Whitt Whitten continued with the council and discussed an event he and the scouts were working on. It will be a first Responders Hero Day. It will be at the FEMA Building on Saturday, April 6, from 8am-until 2pm. It’s a free event .Whitten will be charged a $100 fee for the use of the Building. He was alright with that. This was approved by the Council
The Council approved the purchase of a gas detector for the Fire Department from the Sunbelt Company for $ 2076.56.
On March 14th the Chamber will have a breakfast and ribbon cutting at the Leesburg Landing Weigh-In Pavilion. This will take place from 8am-9am.
The next Leesburg Town Council will be Monday March 4th.