The City of South Fulton will hold its regularly scheduled fourth Tuesday work session and regular meeting on April 28. The meetings will begin at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. respectively.
Due to precautions being implemented by the city in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the meetings will be facilitated virtually. They will be live streamed and broadcast on the city’s YouTube channel.
The work session agenda will include discussions on an elected officials vehicle usage policy, zoning rewrite update and the 2020 department goals and strategic planning update.
The regular meeting agenda will include a review of the March 2020 financial report and fiscal projections and the City Manager’s report and current and future proposed activities related to COVID-19.
A number of ordinances and resolutions are also on the agenda for consideration, including a resolution to implement a hazard pay program for essential city employees. The council will also consider a resolution encouraging landlords to freeze rents, halt evictions, waive late fees and offer payment plans to tenants who have been impacted by COVID-19. The resolution also encourages mortgage and lien holders to halt foreclosures and repossessions.
Full agendas are available on the city’s website. Residents can also sign up for public comment online through today.