published: Sunday, June 17, 2012
Max Long, CRA discussions on agenda for Sebring
By SAMANTHA GHOLAR
SEBRING - The Sebring City Council has a short agenda planned for the June 19 meeting. Council members will discuss the continued CRA executive director search.
The CRA search committee has been appointed and consists of Sebring Mayor George Hensley along with a couple of Sebring's council members, city staff and CRA board members.
The search for a new CRA director continues after months of the vacant position and a re-application process following a last minute disinterest and application withdrawal of the two final candidates.
The CRA has a handful of complaints that have been voiced (in writing) to city staff via Chairperson Kathie Malie. The council will discuss the issues revolving the search committee during the meeting.
Council will also discuss the approval of bids for the Max Long Sports Complex project.
The complex recently began pieces of an improvement plan at the site by demolishing out-dated bleachers around fields.
The two bids will allow the purchase of eight aluminum bleachers for spectators, totaling $17,440, and 12 benches for players, totaling $2,880. Council will vote on the recommended purchases for the Max Long Field Project.
Sebring council meeting will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall.
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