Recently, and for the second time this year, Mount Carmel City Attorney John Pevy warned Vice Mayor Tresa Mawk about scheduling private meetings with fellow aldermen, a violation of state law.
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For the second time this year, Mount Carmel City Attorney John Pevy warned Vice-Mayor Tresa Mawk about scheduling private meetings with fellow Aldermen.
It was the second time this year that Pevy has cautioned Mawk against holding illegal meetings in violation of the Tennessee Open Meeting Law, also known as the Sunshine Law.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel will install new ADA swings at its City Park, as well as construct a disc golf course, improve ball field lighting…
The Mount Carmel Senior Center and city employees were the big winners thanks to last-minute changes approved by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen in the 2021-22 budget.
Mount Carmel's animal shelter was shut down in April due to being dilapidated and unsafe.
Several new expenditures were added to Mount Carmel’s proposed 2021-22 fiscal year budget last week, resulting in what started as an $89,000 surplus being whittled down to zero.
The proposed 2021-22 Mount Carmel budget has $40,000 set aside for improvements at the City Park, which could include new playground equipment, better lights and a new disc golf course.
Mount Carmel residents have been asked to attend a public hearing on May 20 to offer opinion on the city's animal control program.
Mount Carmel’s animal shelter remains closed, but the Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously Thursday to schedule a May 20 public hearing to find out what city residents think about the subject.