Here is a video playlist of the entire 12 June 2012 Lowndes County Commission meeting.
Ashley Paulk prepended a word about Ed Christian, a deputy he hired when he was sheriff, who lost his son recently.
They reappointed Ms. Iverson to the Children and Family Services Board.
Seats of Joseph Stevens, Richard Lee, Steve Gupton were up for appointment on the Public Facilities Authority. Former Commissioner Lee apparently did not want to be reappointed; the other two did. Commissioner Powell wanted to be appointed. Commissioner Raines so moved, Commissioner Evans seconded, and all three Commissioners voted for. Yes, Commissioner Powell voted for himself to be on that board.
Reappointed Cindy Vickery to the South Georgia Community Service Board.
Adopted a speed zone ordinance without giving any clue what is in it. More on that later.
Determination to hold a public hearing to make Brinson Drive a dead end road, so traffic cannot come on or off of Pikes Pond Road.
A Nondisclosure Agreement with JMF Solutions, Inc., turned out to be about providing voice and data to part of the county via a county water tank.
County Clerk Paige Dukes was pleased to have approved a Contract with Municipal Code Corporation which included the second half of the funding she wanted to complete converting ordinances from paper to more legible formats.
Fire Chief Richard Guyton requested permission to apply for a $25,000 grant for emergency equipment which he said would require no matching funds. Commissioner Raines indicated his displeasure with grants, but voted for it.
Already blogged from this meeting are:
- A playlist for REZ-2012-09 Copeland rezoning
- A transparency item from that hearing: Lack of agendas makes it hard for citizens to speak
- And the last item in the meeting: Waste disposal again —Joe Pritchard
Here’s the video playlist for the 12 June 2012 Regular Session:
Regular Session, Lowndes County Commission (LCC),
Video by John S. Quarterman for Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange (LAKE), Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia, 12 June 2012.