GIRL SCOUT WEEK PROCLAMATION–At Monday night’s council meeting, Red Bud Mayor Tim Lowry signed a proclamation declaring the week of March 8 as Girl Scout Week. Several Girl Scouts from troops in Service Unit 57 – Randolph County North were in attendance at the meeting. Pictured are the girls with Lowry and members of the council following the proclamation signing.
Quite a few local Girl Scouts were in attendance at Monday night’s Red Bud City Council meeting, as Mayor Tim Lowry signed a proclamation for Girl Scout Week.
Lowry recognized the Girl Scouts from troops in Service Unit 57 – Randolph County North and read some highlights from the proclamation.
This year marks the 108th anniversary of the Girl Scouts, which is the largest and most successful leadership program for girls in the world. Today there are more than 50 million women who are Girl Scout alums, and another 2.6 million girls and adults are current members.
There were no real items of discussion for the rest of the council’s meeting, however a few items were approved.
From the Public Works Committee, the revised Utility Rates Ordinance No. 1435 was approved.
When asked about what revisions were made to the ordinance following the meeting, City Superintendent Josh Eckart noted that there were updates to both water and sewer rates.
For more from the Red Bud City Council meeting, please see this week’s print edition.