City of Fort Payne To Pay $214,000 For New Tennis Courts At High School

The Fort Payne City Council met in regular session today and conducted the follow business:

  • Approved a $1,000 appropriation to The Fort Payne High School “Best Robotics” team
  • Approved to pay half the cost of new tennis courts at Fort Payne High School, approximately $214,000. This includes refurbishing the current four courts and building four new courts, for a total of eight courts.
  • Approved to install a streetlight at the intersection of Marlo Street N.E. and Martin Avenue. (Fort Payne Improvement Authority, has looked at it and recommended the placement of the light)
  • Approved to grant the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce two activity permits, one for a Halloween Block Party, Thursday October 31st, Gault Avenue from 1st Street to 5th Street North, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. The second permit for the Annual Christmas Parade on Monday December 9th, Gault Avenue from 18th Street North to 3rd Street South, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
  • Approved an activity permit for the use of the city pavilion on October 19, 2019, for a fundraiser, raising money for a person needing a kidney transplant.

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