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“These are items that we have already listed to do; it would only give us a head start. We hope this money will really give us a head start,” Mayes said.

In other matters, Dothan Mayor Mark Saliba proclaimed February Career and Technical Education Month and Chris Duke, Director of Vocational Technical Education and Workforce Development Schools in the City of Dothan, gave Commissioners a glimpse of the many upcoming opportunities students would be presented with this month to celebrate the occasion.

In addition, City Commissioners heard the annual update presentation from the Dothan Downtown Redevelopment Authority, Visit Dothan, the Wiregrass Museum of Art and the Dothan-Houston County Library System.

In other actions, the municipal commissioners:

Approval of an application for a Restaurant Liquor Retail License (on-site) for David’s Catfish House, 1708 Westgate Parkway, by Parker Armstrong.

Approval of an Application for Retail Liquor License in a Lounge – Class I (Dine In or Take Out) for Just The Tip, 460 East Main Street, by George Dunn.

Rezoned property owned by Cliff Sloop/Alabama Electric located at 403 and 405 Metropolitan Court from the R-1 district (single family residential, low density) to the OI district (office/institutional).

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