Review of an audit on the town's finances for the 2013 fiscal year and discussion of a proposed new plan to help revitalize businesses in the downtown area will be topics of discussion Tuesday during a meeting of the Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
The meeting begins at 4 p.m. in the G. Thomas Love Boardroom at Greeneville Light & Power System headquarters.
The agenda includes presentation of the 2012-13 audit and a review of the Downtown Facade Program.
The Downtown Facade Program is a new proposal that would assist downtown businesses and property owners secure low-interest loans for improvements as part of a downtown revitalization effort, Mayor W.T. Daniels said.
Daniels added that the proposal is in the "discussion phase" only, and that details are still in the works and will be discussed Tuesday.
The agenda includes discussion of that program, but does not indicate that any action will be taken in regard to it.
Action items on the agenda are consideration of an ordinance on first reading to adopt digital zoning maps in place of the previous mylar zoning maps, and purchase of portable radios for the Greeneville Police Department.