Quiet Night For Century’s Town Council

October 4, 2016

Monday night’s regular meeting of the Century Town Council was over quickly, with ordinary business and one zoning variance quickly handled.

Only three of five council members — Ben Boutwell, Ann Brooks and Gary Riley — were present for the meeting. Sandra McMurray Jackson and Annie Savage were absent. Mayor Freddie McCall was also not present; he is attending a Gulf Power Annual Economic Symposium at the Sheraton Bay Point Resort in Panama City.

The council approved a variance request by Megan Carroll to the town’s requirement for a five-foot setback for a side yard on Upton Road. She requested a 3.5-foot setback for a new home construction due to the slope of her property. The adjoining property owners, her parents, were agreeable to the variance.

The next regular scheduled meeting of the Century Town Council is Monday, October 17 at 7 p.m.

Pictured: Town Clerk Leslie Howington and council members Gary Riley, Ben Boutwell and Ann Brooks conduct a Monday night meeting of the Century Town Council. NorthEscambia.com photo, click to enlarge.


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