Members considered are Dennis Burnette and Council Member Sandy McGrew.
Mayor Gene Hobgood’s appointment of Councilman Bill Grant was struck down last month by a 4-1 vote. McGrew was the only one in favor of Grant’s appointment.
Another issue to be discussed is the option to use wireless microphones to fix the sound system problems in City Hall. Canton paid about $750,000 to renovate the room, which also houses Municipal Court, after the council voted to approve the project last year.
Before the city bought the building in 2005, the room had been the sanctuary of First Baptist Church of Canton for more than half a century. The work was funded with special purpose local option sales tax dollars and primarily done because of asbestos in the ceiling, among other issues.
Using microphones could alleviate the problem until the city receives quotes from acoustical engineers.
Other items on the agenda:
•Approval of Bluff’s Maintenance Fees payment;
•Approval to reject Canton Creek Bridge repair bid and rebid the project;
•Approval of GDOT roads list; and
•Approval of Georgia Department of Economic Development Tourism Division and Georgia Council for the Arts Grant application.
For a full agenda, visit www.canton-georgia.com.