The Livingston Board of Mayor and Alderman made a decision last Monday, July 6 to discuss more in depth an option that would limit the Property Maintenance Advisory Board and scale back the capacity at which they operate.
Vice Mayor Ken Dodson, also a member of the board, explained to his peers that although the advisory board has made immense progress since its inception, he feels the board meets too often and serves more as a review board than an advisory board.
“I’m tickled to death with where we’ve come with property maintenance in the city of Livingston,” Dodson said. “We’ve made a ton of progress. At the time we redid the codes, they were ancient, and it was necessary to do so, and I’m happy with the progress that we’ve made.”
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