The Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen faced a light agenda Tuesday.
The board approved on second and final reading an amendment to the 2018-19 fiscal year budget. The amendment reflects grants and other revenues that have been received by the town since the budget was finalized and changes in expenditures to reflect use of those funds.
The largest amendment involves a $1.8 million grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation for the Walters State Community College improvement project.
A public hearing was held about the amendment, but no one offered comments.
In other business, the board approved a special sign request for Eastside Baptist Church’s “Journey Through Christmas.”
The board also decided to cancel its first regularly scheduled meeting of January, as it would fall on Jan. 1.
Mayor W.T. Daniels asked aldermen to think about how the board can honor the Greeneville High School football, men’s soccer, and baseball teams for winning state championships in the past year, a historic achievement for the school.