Crowe-Wheeler and Associates of Bowling Green have been given the green light to work on the city's inter-sectional lights.
The company will be tasked with making all city traffic lights syncronized.
They would also look into the possibility of turning State and College Streets from one-way into two-way roads.
Pets also had their day as the Commission passed the animal ordinance which contains regulations on vaccinations, kennel requirements, and the keeping of exotic animals.
One part of the bill focused on spaying and neutering your pets to keep the city's pet population down.
"Our attempt there is to cut down on the animals we have without homes that are running the streets, that are just out there procreating around town without ownership issues," says Commissioner Brian "Slim" Nash.
The ordinance also raises prices for pet licenses from $20 to $40 for un-neutered pets and 10 for those who have the pets neutered.