TOP PHOTO: Here is a photo from Golfer Logic of a typical golf simulator.

LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – At last week’s LaFollette City Council Workshop Mayor Cliff Jennings presented the idea of soliciting bids for a golf simulator. The minimum cost of the simulator would be approximately $10,000 and could go as high as $50,000. The council approved soliciting bids for the simulator at yesterday afternoon’s council meeting. Approval of soliciting bids for emergency sirens was also approved. The sirens are to be placed at the three LaFollette Fire Departments.

Ordinance 2024-01 amending the City of LaFollette Public Records Policy as set forth in Ordinance 2017-14 and Ordinance 2024-02 amending the personnel policy pertaining to the Pump Act and Tennessee Pregnant Workers were approved on the final reading yesterday afternoon. Ordinance 2024-02 will ensure that nursing mothers are accommodated as well as expectant mothers.

Resolution 2024-03 amending the 2023-24 budget was approved.

The council approved declaring a vacant lot on Nevada Avenue as surplus. The lot will be sold with the minimum bid starting at $7,500.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 02/07/2024-6AM)

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