Lounge To Come

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BY HANNAH LESTER

HLESTER@OPELIKAOBSERVER.COM

AUBURN —

Auburn  has a new lounge on the way — The Session.

157 E. Magnolia Ave. will soon serve as an entertainment lounge following a conditional use approval vote from the Auburn City Council Tuesday night.

Although no one spoke during the public hearing, Ward 3 Council Member Beth Witten expressed support for the project.

“I think it’s a great potential addition to the downtown,” she said. “I look forward to visiting once it’s open, if it passes.”

OTHER BUSINESS:

– The council approved a concurrence for Winkelmann Flowform Technology, LPat 229 Teague Court in the Auburn Industrial Park.

– The council approved the city of Auburn FY2023 Transportation Plan.

– The council approved a contract with the Alabama Department of Transportation for a preliminary engineering and construction agreement for message signs on I-85 for $182,500.

– The council approved a contract with the Alabama League of Municipalities for membership renewal for over $16,400.

– The council approved an IT GIS Fellowship Renewal with Auburn University for $15,000.

– The council approved a contract to execute task order no. 33 with Barge Design Solutions for sewer modeling support for up to $32,000.

– The council approved a contract with CSL Services, Inc for the FY Renewal of Wastewater Flow Monitoring for $73,500.

– The council approved a contract for the purchase of 27 parking kiosks with T2-Systems for over $250,700.

– The council approved right-of-way and drainage and utility easements for Dilworth Development, Inc. for property on the northwest corner of Yarbrough Farms Boulevard and Richland Road for the Spyglass project, Phase 2.

– The council approved sidewalk and utility easements for S&P Housing Group, LLC for property at 422 White St.

– The council approved an annexation for 6.51 acres for William D. Crow II & J. Dawn Dozier Crow for property at 2190 Richland Road.

– The council did not take a vote to rezone 0.21 acres from Development District to Medium Density Residential District at 305 Harper Circle for Michael and Kimberly West after District 5 Council Member Steven Dixon denied unanimous consent.

– The council approved a vacation of a portion of Miracle road for the Woodward Oaks Phases 5,6 and 7 project for Clayton Properties Group, Inc.

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