Chief Glavosek will recognized the following officers for their recent promotions:
Setting and publishing qualifying fees for elections are required by state law under O.C.G.A. 21-2-131. Attached is a resolution setting the qualifying fees for the November 5, 2019 General Election. The qualifying fee for the Mayor seat is $254.00 and the fee for the Alderman at Large seat is $234.00.The qualifying fee is based on 3% of the total gross salary of the position.
Qualifying dates will be announced at a later date.
Parking in Hapeville is an ongoing concern. The City allows businesses the right to use vehicle immobilization services to protect private parking spaces. For some time, there have been various comments and complaints from recipients of boots, about the interaction with booting companies, signage, responsiveness, personal security and the potential for fraud and theft. City management has been tasked with reviewing the ordinance, clarify expectations, and strike a better balance for businesses and customers, attempting to protect business owner rights and protect the public from potential predatory practices. City management has worked with Legal, using a recent Atlanta ordinance as a model to put forth this draft ordinance for council review and comment.