"They went off with out a hitch," Taylor said.
The first reading to rezone property on several city streets also passed Thursday, which if later approved would control and limit multi-family housing in the city by way of a special permit.
The areas that would be affected are: Elm Street, Monroe Street, Macon Street, Henson Avenue, Central Avenue, Forest Avenue, Shepherd Avenue and Montrose Drive.
Also, South Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Bob Anderson recognized 12 businesses in the area that have made significant improvements in recent months. Among those that were awarded on Thursday were Mojo's, First Baptist Church, The Tattoo Shop, and Huntington Banks.
Also, Brittany Fisher was sworn in as a South Charleston police officer.