Welcome to Wise

NEWS HEADLINES

City looks at police chief, code compliance officer positions

By Messenger Staff | Published Saturday, February 16, 2013

Two city staff positions will be defined at the Runaway Bay City Council meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at City Hall, 101 Runaway Bay Dr. After considering an amendment to the “powers and duties” of the chief of police, councilmembers will consider posting the opening. Rex Richie has served in the interim since Drew Paschall resigned last year.

The council will also consider creating a code compliance officer position.

In related personnel matters, the council will look at amended policies and a voluntary sick leave pool.

Councilmembers will consider options to fund additional repairs to marina docks damaged by storms last spring and summer. They will also look at authorizing the city secretary to adjust the fees for tenants who could not access their docks because of the damage.

The council will discuss adding 10 slips to the B docks; proposals for installing handicap ramps at City Hall and the police and fire buildings; and giving Councilman Neil Peters the go-ahead to seek companies to advertise their logos on the city water tower.

In routine business, council will look at the minutes from the Jan. 15 meeting and Feb. 13 work session; the January financial, accounts payable and activity reports; journal entries and the annual police stops racial profiling report.

Leave a Reply. Note: As of March 24, 2011, all posted comments will include the users full name.

WCMessenger.com News and Blog Comment Guidelines

You must be logged in to post a comment.