City Of LaFayette Proclaims Day Of Prayer, And Ennis Is Sworn In As New Councilman
Updated: Jul 28, 2022
Story by Jody Stewart
LAFAYETTE- Monday night the LaFayette City council met at the Alfa Building with a larger than normal crowd present. The agenda included the swearing-in of new councilman David Ennis, discussing water rates, and passing a proclamation for LaFayette to have a Day of Prayer.
"We humbly acknowledge our dependence upon God for wisdom, courage, power, and upon the spiritual and moral support of all people of Chambers County, and in so doing, we urge the support of all people in praying for their leaders, thus enabling them to direct
and serve to the best of their abilities as we proclaim August 5, 2022, as a Day of Prayer for Chambers County", read Vines.
Afterward, Councilman David Ennis was sworn in after being appointed at the last council meeting.
"We as duly elected and appointed leaders of the City of LaFayette recognize our civil responsibilities to those whom we serve, and we feel the obligation we have to dutifully fulfill our offices and carry out the function as Mayor and Council of the City of LaFayette", said Ennis as he was sworn in by Judge Calvin Milford.
Ennis a Certified Public Accountant has filled the vacancy left on the LaFayette City Council when Councilman Shannon Hunter resigned a few months ago.
Newly appointed councilman David Ennis thanked the setting council for their unanimous vote to place him on the council.
Mayor Vines, “We were pleased that we received several applications, as a council we agreed on Mr. Ennis because we thought with his past experience as Mayor and him being a certified public accountant he brought a lot to the table.”
The council also had to consider and vote on signing a contract with Spectrum to run a highly advanced internet service to the building for the upcoming Tela-med.