Council recognizes Brown for her dedication
by W. Brian Hale
Mar 16, 2012 | 990 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
PARRISH — Mayor Wayne Gross and the Parrish Town Council recently recognized town clerk Marcy Brown for completing all of her education to become a certified municipal clerk.

“The plaque that Marcy has received to certify her as a municipal clerk does not stand for something that can be simply completed with the click of a mouse — it stands for several hours of intense study and the understanding of how a municipality can operate at maximum efficiency,” Gross said. “She has accomplished this achievement so that she can better serve our community — the Town of Parrish — and know the answers to important questions instead of redirecting those inquiries to other areas. We’re all very proud of her and her hard work”

In other action from Tuesday night’s meeting:

•The council voted unanimously to pass ordinance 30612-3-12-12 for the establishment of an annual sales tax holiday. The ordinance will permit the council to set the holiday yearly without having to pass subsequent ordinances in the before each date.

•Park director Jerry Callahan reported that the Parrish Park and Recreation Department has completed its baseball and softball registration and signed approximately 106 children, ages 3-12 and collected over $4,000. Softball will begin on March 19, with baseball season starting on March 24. Due to construction of the Parrish Municipal Park, practices will be held at the Parrish Church of the Nazarene’s gymnasium.

•A motion to annex Thomas Kyzer’s residence into Parrish’s town limits passed unanimously.

•Gross gave an update on the construction of a tornado shelter in the town’s limits, stating that the structure will be built in the area of the old Bank of Parrish property.

•Brown reported that all members of the town council must complete an I-9 form in order to show compliance of the Alabama Immigration Law.

•A motion to pay the city’s bills passed unanimously.