City of Trenton Town Hall May 11, 2020

The City of Trenton held its first Town Hall May 11 since the state of Georgia reopened its government buildings.

Streets Commissioner Monda Wooten announced that over 200 loads of brush from the recent tornado have been removed. The efforts to remove all tornado damage from the affected areas is still ongoing.

 

Police Commissioner Kirk Forshee said that the Police Department received 274 police calls, 2,339 business checks, made 3 arrests, responded to 5 accidents and issued 60 fines totaling over $42,000 in the month of April.

 

Parks and Recreation Commissioner Terry Powell said that the Parks Department responded to 11 animal control work orders in April. Powell also said that it is unknown when the public park and pool will open.

 

The Fire Department received 23 calls, responded to 11 accidents and responded to 2 medical emergencies. 

 

Mayor Case said that the City Clerk’s office will be rearranged for protection and to ensure social distancing guidelines are followed by the public. A proposal for the rearrangement will be made at the next meeting.

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