City clerk resigns at Mexico Beach council meeting

Published: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 11:50 AM.

Brian Cathey of Cathey Construction noted that floor plans for the new building have been complete since December and are pending final review and approval. Once the plans have been approved by the insurance companies, they’ll be able to release a finalized cost for the project.

The city must still obtain stormwater permits before demolition on the current City Hall building can begin, though Brian Cathey noted that they are on track to break ground for the new building as early as April.

“It’s moving along really well,” said Mayor Cathey of the ongoing water project.

The estimated date of completion is September of this year.

Department of Public Safety Official, Chief Glenn Norris announced plans to subscribe to the “Code Red” Emergency Communication service which will allow local residents to sign up to receive important notifications via phone or email.

Mayor Cathey praised the system, and the benefits it would provide to the community. A scenario was proposed that would allow residents in very specific areas could be pinpointed and notified if future water problems arose.

“It’s a well-documented and reliable system,” said Cathey.

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