Reform City Council

Engineer Bonner discusses fire hydrant accident: ‘That one accident drained the entire system’

Reform City Engineer Jonathan Bonner discusses the recent accident where a fire hydrant was hit in the city.

REFORM - The Reform City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor Melody Davis on February 2, 2021 with all council members present.
The minutes from the last meeting of January 25, 2021 was approved by the council as well as the payables.
The first item on the agenda in old business included the council’s approval of  the September 30, 2020 audit given by Don Wallace.
The audit was given on ways to improve costs and income increase for the city of Reform.

Reform Council: Sewage rate increases are beneficial in the long run

City Engineer Jonathan Bonner waits to speak before the council during Tuesday night’s meeting.

By Addie Grace Phillips, Correspondent

The Reform City Council began their meeting on Tuesday, April 16th with Mayor Bennie Harton calling the meeting to order. Under old business, Harton discussed the fountain and lamp post installation. He also mentioned that Brandon Garrison was the genius behind the lamp post installation and it was all thanks to him and a few others.

Reform Council Puts Properties on Notice

BY GENA HUFF, Editor

The Reform City Council made decisions regarding two properties in the city at the council’s first meeting this month, held August 7. Mayor Bennie Harton and the city’s building inspector went to a mobile home which had been so neglected, “We were afraid to go in,” Harton told the council. “The door was open, but trees had grown to the door so, we really couldn’t enter the building.”