In other business, Police Chief Earl Whittington announced the police department is working to form a drug unit.
"We are going to aggressively start going after these problem areas," Whittington said.
He asked the public to report any suspected drug activity making an anonymous call to the tip line to help police prioritize so they can work on catching larger targets.
Whittington said the police department is taking the stance "no drugs, no thugs."
Council also approved:
■ About $2,500 to replace a fire station door.
■ A $1,500 payment to American Geotech Inc. for the inspection of Anderson Dam.
■ The purchase of a garbage truck diesel filter, for which labor and material is not to exceed $3,275.41.
■ A measure authorizing Whittington to purchase equipment for two new police cruisers, for which cost is not to exceed $10, 800.