Kayla Fleming/For the Times Codes Enforcer Marvin Dyer submits his resignation to the Red Boiling Springs City Council.

Kayla Fleming/For the Times

Codes Enforcer Marvin Dyer submits his resignation to the Red Boiling Springs City Council.

The Red Boiling Springs City Council voted to approve the new pay scale for city office employees at its meeting held last Thursday evening.

The pay scale was approved on its the first reading last month but had to be approved a second time to take effect.

Council member Cynthia Smalling again voted no on the resolution, while all other council members voted yes. Council member Danielle Rufener was not present for the vote.

The council also approved the budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. The budget will be discussed at a public hearing to take place immediately prior to next month's meeting, which will be held on June 13. The public hearing is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.

The city's codes enforcer, Marvin Dyer, submitted his resignation to the council on Tuesday as well. He told the council that he "appreciated the way the city council" had worked with him in the past and that he believed the city's council and planning committee were very devoted to the city of Red Boiling Springs.

The council accepted Dyer's resignation.

The council also voted to rezone a property located on East Main Street from residential to commercial.

Marilynn Munrow, the owner of the property, told the council that she plans to put in a shop she calls, The Garden of Eden. The shop will feature antiques and other goods, as well as food items.

Munrow jokingly said that it will include, "Homemade ice cream on Sunday evenings … when I feel like making it."