At its monthly meeting Tuesday, the Center Point Town Council discussed two situations that have become a concern.
Residents recently contacted board members regarding a motorcycle in the area that is quite noisy.
However, the town has no ordinance on the books regarding noise.
In addition, the town has no ordinance on the books regarding the use of golf carts on town streets, which was the other concern town officials discussed Tuesday.
A few residents recently spoke with council members after seeing a golf cart driven on town streets by a child.
Council President Roy Smith said the board has dealt with this issue in the past, but not to this degree.
"It's not been a big deal (in the past)," Smith said.
Smith said issues like these rise to the top of the concern pile as the weather gets warmer.
In 2009, a new law was passed at the state level allowing the use of golf carts on streets at a local government's choosing.
The law allowed cities and towns to pass their own ordinances regulating the use of golf carts. However, drivers have to be licensed and the carts must be insured. The carts also must have lights, rear-view mirrors and a slow-moving vehicle sign.
The carts are still illegal on federal and state highways.
"Somebody is going to get hurt," Smith said. "That's a problem we're going to have."
During the meeting, representatives with the Clay County Sheriff's Department Reserves agreed to keep an eye on the roads concerning both issues.
Meanwhile, the board expressed concerns with its current grant administrator.
Smith informed the board he has tried multiple times in recent weeks to contact the person, but has not received responses.
The board agreed to consider looking into working with a new grant writer in the future.
The council regularly meets on the first Tuesday of each month at town hall. However, due to scheduling conflicts, the council's May meeting will take place at 9 a.m., Saturday, May 1.