Sumrall's items were re-addressed Tuesday, January 6 during the regular meeting of the Amite Town Council. She brought up an eyesore and potential hazard on Hardy Street. Apparently the barrier on a canal on Hardy was just made of boards put in place. Sumrall asked that this situation be fixed. Street Superintendent Joe Dupuy stated that he would speak with the state, they donate bridge railings for just such cases. He stated that he would get the railing and install posts to make the situation better.
Sumrall's second item concerned a new concession stand at Fleet Easley Park. The existing stand is quite old and inadequate for the events held at the park. During the agenda meeting Sumrall stated that she would get cost estimates, and also that she could get the labor donated. During the regular meeting, she presented a cost estimate. The estimate was accepted and the money will be taken from the parks and recreation fund. The new concession stand will be in the same location as the old one. It will also have a pavilion area for picnic tables.