Priceville council OKS wine licensePublished 1:25pm Thursday, January 16, 2014
Residents of Priceville will soon have a wider variety of wines to choose from at Priceville Foodland and other local retailers as a result of action taken by the town council Monday night
United Johnson Brothers was approved to receive a wholesale wine and beer distributor’s license without its owners having to undergo background checks.
A request to that effect was made by the owners of Foodland a couple of months ago while questioning a requirement that wholesale license applicants must undergo background checks even though they have already undergone background checks to obtain a wholesale distributor’s license from state authorities.
The council acted on other matters as follows:
•Approved payment of bills totaling $83,273.26 for the month of December
• Approved $175 for registration and expenses for each court magistrate to attend a regional seminar in Huntsville March 6-7
• Approved $250 for registration and other expenses for each court magistrate to attend training in Montgomery for certification beginning Jan. 29, 2014
•Approved $35 for 12-month membership dues to the National Care & Council Association
•Approved $125 for expenses for police department to attend a bi-annual CPR re-certification course.
•Approved travel and other expenses for librarian Paula Hensley to attend an administrator’s meeting in Montgomery Jan. 15, 2014.
•Approved $5,000 in support of the Racking Horse Breeders’ Association of America for the 2014 Spring and Fall World Celebration
•Approved a payment of $330.13 to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers for a license to use music at public events in 2014
•Approved payment of $18,640 to the Municipal Workers Compensation Fund for 2014.
•Approved $300 to McWhorter Communica-tions for a 2014 Internet hosting service for the townofpricevillew.com webpage
•Approved $299.80 to GoDaddy for owning townofpriceville.com and city of priceville.com. domain names
•Approved the purchase of a copier for the treasurer and police department
•Approved $500 per month to Mark Rittman for utility department service during December, January and February