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Council approves economic incentives for new business

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Jasper City Council members approved an economic incentive package Tuesday morning for a new business that will open in the Jasper Square Shopping Center.

The business, which city leaders said will create at least 20 new jobs, was not identified. The proposed business will be located in the vacant property next to Hobby Lobby.

The project is expected to be a more than $2 million development, Jasper Mayor David O’Mary said.

The incentives approved by the council include waiving business permit fees, waiving landfill disposal fees, exemption from municipal sales tax for construction, and a rebate of up to $350,000 in sales taxes generated by the project over a 10-year period.

The project is being handled by PLG Investments.

In other business, council members:

  • adopted a resolution to place several properties under the city’s nuisance abatement ordinance for being unsafe structures.
  • held a public hearing and approved a retail table wine license, retail liquor and retail beer license for off-premise consumption for MADHAV, LLC, which operated the Chevron gas station on U.S. 78 West.
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  • approved event permits for the following:
  • —   the Jasper High track and field team’s 5K, set for April 4.

    —   the Arc of Walker County’s 5K Run for Kids, set for April 27.

    —   the Jasper Main Street’s Tallulah 5K and half marathon, planned for June 7-8.

    • adopted an amendment to the city’s budget for a little more than $100,000 for city projects.
    • approved a request from city purchasing agent Derleda Abrom to purchase an F350 truck for $26,496 from the state contract list, and a Z200 mower for $10,491 from Source Well.
    • approved a request to renew the contract for on-call concrete services.
    • heard a report on concrete pipe Harvey Culvert and food for inmates to Son’s Supermarket at the city jail.
    • approved a request to send out bid invitations for inmate telephone services and jail commissary service.
    • approved a request to allow Police Chief J.C. Poe to attend the Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police Winter Conference.
    • adopted a resolution to allow Mayor David O’Mary to execute a General Obligation Warrant in order to purchase a garbage truck for $265,000.
    • adopted a resolution to allow O’Mary to enter into a contract with Nelson Engineering for construction, engineering and inspection for Phase III of the city’s sidewalk improvement project .
    • held a public hearing to set costs for a property that fell under the city’s nuisance abatement ordinance.
    • approved an ordinance to allow for collection of ad valorem taxes in the city.
    • heard from O’Mary, who updated council members on the city’s financial status through the first three months of the 2019 fiscal year.

    “The numbers are very, very good, no matter how you slice them,” O’Mary said. “If the remaining two-thirds can be as good as the first third, we’re going to have a stellar year in the city,”

    O’Mary said sale taxes were up 4.11 percent for the period,  compared to 2 percent for the same time the previous year.

    The mayor credited city clerk Kathy Chambless with making all that possible.

    Total revenue in the city for first three months of the fiscal year is up 6.02 percent over the previous year, he added.

    Reprinted from the Daily Mountain Eagle with permission.

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