Council approves Oct. 31 as Trick or Treat Night in Jesup
By Kim Edward Adams

The Jesup City Council again put off a decision on whether to spend roughly $8,000 investing in the Buchanan County Economic Development Commission, or looking at spending the money elsewhere this fiscal year. Meeting Sept. 4, the Council heard from councilperson Dawn Vogel, who attended a BCEDC board meeting recently.

Craig Wright addressed the council again about the progress of the ATV/UTV ordinance. Mayor Thompson said that a public hearing date will be set at the next regular council meeting, which is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 18.

The council also again refused to pay some of the final bills for the Emergency Services Facility Project. There have been issues raised about exterior signage, gas regulator for the emergency generator, sod vs. seeding for landscaping and the substantial completion date. The Emergency Services Facility has been in use by the Jesup Ambulance and Jesup Fire Departments for several months.

The council approved Wed. Oct. 31 as the official Trick or Treat night in Jesup from 6-8 p.m.
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