LUMBERTON —The Lumberton City Council will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
The council is expected to give final approval to the following items that it dealt with during its policy meeting last Wednesday.
— The close-out of 2011 Community Development Block Grants, giving the Lumberton Christian Care Center authority to construct a soup kitchen at the corner of Walnut and 2nd streets.
— The purchase of portable sewer cameras at a cost of $9,300. The money will come from the Water and Sewer Capital Reserve Fund.
— A $10,300 contract with DoubleRadius for the purchase and installation of data cables at the new Police Department building.
— The transfer of business phone lines to AT&T, a move that is expected to save the city $4,467 annually.
— Scheduling of a workshop for Feb. 20 to discuss a five-year capital plan for the city.
— The distribution of $500 from Councilman Don Metzger’s discretionary fund to the Wycliffe Association for maintenance and landscaping.
— Issuance of $700 of discretionary money for a black history program at W.H. Knuckles Elementary School, with $200 coming from each of Councilmen John Cantey and Robert Jones’ funds, and $100 from each of Councilmen John Robinson, Leon Maynor and Erich Hackney’s funds.
— Issuance of $500 worth of discretionary money from Councilman Jackie Taylor’s fund for a community watch program in District 3.
— Issuance of $100 of discretionary money from Cantey’s fund for housing rehabilitation at 307 Birch St.
— Issuance of $1,000 of discretionary funds from Councilman Harry Ivey for security improvements at Janie Hargrave Elementary School.
— Approval of a $31,500 contract with Floyd Brothers Construction to demolish the Goodyear Hotel.
— The appointment of Maynor to the Robeson County Transportation Committee.
— Approval of a contract for an interconnection agreement with A Too D for a solar energy project on West 5th Street.