The City of Ila plans to ask Charter Communications if they would be interested in a franchise agreement.
The council asked city clerk Susan Steed to contact the cable company at their February meeting.
Also during that meeting, the council heard that Mayor Mike Coile planned to send a letter to the Rural Development Committee (RDC) requesting their assistance on updating the city’s land use plan and city ordinances.
In other business, the council tabled a decision until March’s meeting concerning a contractor to remove trees from Glenn Street so that it can be repaired. The council obtained two bids, but councilman Don Freeman requested the council get another price before making a decision.
Steed reported that North Georgia Water has requested that the backwash pond be dug deeper. Mayor Mike Coile and council Troy Butler agreed to take care of the matter.
Councilman Nathaniel Hobbs reported that his soil and sedimentation certification will expire in March.
The council agreed to move their business meeting date for April to April 9, the second Monday of the month.