The first city council
meeting for the inaugural town in Sherryland – recented
named Ashlyville- was conducted today. Below are the meeting minutes
from the Ashlyville City Council Meeting.

The first
item on the agenda was the proposed expansion of Ashlyville.  The
Development Committee met yesterday and approved the motion for
expansion.  At this time, the approvals include a Whataburger and a
Barnes and Noble.  Other structures were approved but have not been
leased yet. 

A motion was introduced again by the
Coalition for the Prevention of Illegal Fornication to close the brothel
located on the north end of Ashlyville.  The motion was not approved by a
vote of 0-2. 

A petition was introduced by the
Ashlyville Hookers for a liquor store to be opened in Ashlyville.  The
petition cited the need for customers to be "more liquored up" to
encourage incremental interpersonal commerce at the brothel.  The
petition is currently under consideration of the Development Committee.

The
Deacons from the First Church of Ashlyville presented a request for a
permit to carol in the streets during the last two weeks of December. 
This was unanimously approved.

The final agenda item
was a review of the proposed railroad project through Ashlyville. 
However, due to the absence of the railroad commissioner, there was no
timeline to review or approve.  The hookers were outraged as they have
no way in or out of Ashlyville and feel that the railroad workers
present yet another opportunity for increased interpersonal commerce. 
The Ashlyville Express Line has an expected completion date of December
11.  Hopefully, in time to bring presents from Santa for the little
children of Ashlyville, as well increased client interaction at the
brothel.  The Council understands that the railroad commissioner is
currently recruiting for a safety engineer before construction can
begin.

The meeting was adjorned, eggnog was served and
Tiny Tim blessed everyone in Ashlyville.