Reform Council

Reform Council Sign Resolution for the Rebuild Alabama Grant

Reform Council discusses resolution for transportation plan with Rebuild Alabama.

By Felicity Holman
Staff Writer

REFORM- The Reform City Council meeting occurred on August 2, 2022. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Melody Davis.

The council approved the minutes as well as the payables. In old business, the donation of funds for the Youth Football League was tabled for further discussion. The council voted for and signed the Rebuild Alabama Annual Transportation Plan resolution in new business.

City of Reform awarded $5 million grant for water/sewer projects

Mayor Melody Davis expresses her gratitude to the city council for the reward of the $5 million
grant to help with water/sewer projects.

By Felicity Holman
News Correspondent

REFORM- On July 5, 2022, the Reform City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor Melody Davis. Councilmember Malcolm Giles was not in attendance.

The council approved of the minutes as well as the payables.

Reform Council adds discussion of the sewer systems to agenda for next meeting

Council discusses updates on sewer systems in Reform.

By Felicity Holman
News Correspondent

REFORM- On June 21, 2022, the Reform City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor Melody Davis. The council approved of the minutes as well as the payables. In old business, the resolution from June 7, 2022, of the one-time lump sum payment to eligible retirees was tabled by the council for the next appointed meeting. There was no new business or public comments, and the meeting moved on to reports from councilmembers.

Damon Pruet, Libertarian Candidate for State House 61visits Reform Council

Damon Pruet, Libertarian Candidate for State House 61 speaks at Reform Council Meeting

By Felicity Holman
News Correspondent

REFORM- On June 7, 2022, the Reform City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor Melody Davis. Councilmembers Charlie Taggert and Charles Hagan were in attendance.The council approved of the minutes as well as the payables. In new business, the Employee’s Retirement System vote was tabled to discuss at the next meeting. Damon Pruet addressed the council, introducing himself as the libertarian candidate for State House 61.

Council hears from candidate, Nancy Ray

Candidate Nancy Ray running for District 1 Commission speaks at Reform Council

By Felicity Holman
News Correspondent

REFORM- On May 3, 2022, the Reform City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor Melody Davis.

After the invocation given by Councilmember Charlie Taggert, Mayor Davis invited guest speaker Nancy Ray, a County Com- missioner Candidate, up to introduce herself to the council.