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Stone Mountain City Council will meet on Feb. 2

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Stone Mountain City Council will meet on Feb. 2

A logo for the city of Stone Mountain. Image obtained via Facebook

Stone Mountain, GA — The Stone Mountain City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 2.

The meeting will be held virtually.

Here are the access instructions:

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Meeting ID: 829 7924 5765

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Meeting ID: 829 7924 5765

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To see a copy of the agenda for the Feb. 2 meeting, click here.

Here are some items of note on the Feb. 2 agenda:

– A discussion about graffiti and defacement of property.

– Parking: the City Council is considering an ordinance to regulate parking within city limits. According to the agenda packet, “The proposed ordinance changes are relative to implementation of more defined regulations for prohibiting continuous parking in the same place on a City street or public parking area for more than a specific number of days, restrictions for parking on private lots (commercial or multifamily), and for further defining color coded curbing and sign posting regulations to promote public safety, smooth traffic flow, and efficient use of parking areas within the City.”

– A discussion about a request from Druid Hills Youth Sports to use McCurdy Park for baseball.

– Consideration of a request for $7,194 in city funding for the Tech-Connect for Seniors program.

– A bid award of $491,805 for a Sexton Drive road repair project.

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