CULLMAN, Ala. – The Cullman City Council on Monday approved a $21,850 bid from Bright Landscapes for materials and installation of sidewalks around the perimeter of the historic Klein Building, the revitalization of which has been spearheaded by local developer Shane Quick. The sidewalk upgrades are necessary for ADA compliance according to City Attorney Roy Williams. The building was built in 1948 by Charles Klein.
Wescoat Free was appointed to the Cullman Industrial Development Board.
A public hearing was held for Ordinance 2023-14 to adopt the 2021 International Building Code. The code received a favorable recommendation from the City of Cullman Planning Commission, and no one spoke in favor of or against the ordinance.
In other business, the following agenda items were approved:
- Resolution 2023-28 to award CDBG grant application preparation and administration services through fiscal year 2025 to Community Consultants, Inc.
- Resolution No. 2023-29 to award federal grant application, engineering development and design through fiscal year 2025 to St. John & Associates
The following ordinances were read:
- First reading of Ordinance 2023-14 to adopt the 2021 International Building Code and companion codes, which received a favorable recommendation from the Cullman Planning Commission
- Second reading of Ordinance 2023-15 to annex property owned by the North Alabama Agriplex located at 1711 Tally Ho St. as AG-1 Agricultural District
- Second reading of Ordinance 2023-16 to annex properties owned by K & P Land, LLC located on County Road 1402 as R-1 Residential District
- Second reading of Ordinance No. 2023-17 to annex property owned by Judy Broadstreet and Sharon Sullivan located at 48 County Road 1474 as AG-1 Agricultural District