The Town of Little Mountain has responded to a Freedom of Information request from the Little Mountain Reunion Association.
At Tuesday’s town council meeting, Little Mountain Mayor Buddy Johnson addressed the request from the reunion association. Johnson has 15 working days to send the association the requested paperwork.
The town’s clerk, Cindy Farr, gathered paperwork and copies of requests in relation to alcohol used on parks premises, additional policies, business license and other applications requested in regards to organizations and people who have used the park.
Farr estimated that she’s gathered close to 500 copies and will forward all the information to the reunion association. She has put in about 24 hours and so a check request will also go out to the association for the extra hours and work she put forth, not to include copying the paperwork.
A couple of reunion association members were present at the meeting and are awaiting the FOI request.
In other news, Johnson said that the construction and expansion work on the community center will begin in the beginning of August.
The remaining work includes the library area in which there will be some computers to use. People may also bring their laptops, tablets or e-readers to use since the center does have high speed Internet.