Videos: Pipeline, Tourism + KLVB appointments + flowers @ LCC 2014-12-09

The vote was unanimous for the resolution against the Sabal Trail pipeline at the Lowndes County Commission Tuesday, to be followed tonight by the Valdosta City Council voting on their resolution of support for Lowndes County against Sabal Trail, including an additional clause about protecting our drinking water in the Floridan Aquifer. This follows a long string of county and city resolutions against that unnecessary, destructive, and hazardous pipeline boondoggle.

Speaking of boondoggles, see ADS wants a trash raise in the LAKE videos of the previous morning’s Work Session. Instead of suing a local business to enforce an exclusive franchise for a company backed by investors in New York City, the Commission still could make a special tax district for trash collection, just like they approved several Tax Lighting Districts at Tuesday’s meeting.

They unanimously rezoned REZ-2014-19 Chain Sports with the conditions proposed by staff. Among multiple applicants for both KLVB and the Tourism Authority, in a rare event they had a split vote on the latter.

The County Clerk said the new website will go live Friday 12 December 2014.

They also recognized Susan Mullis and Flower Gallery for decorating the Christmas Tree in the lobby, and said farewell to Commissioners Raines and Powell.

Here’s the agenda, the board packet obtained by LAKE through an open records request, and the LAKE videos from the Monday morning Work Session. Below are links to videos of the Regular Session, followed by a video playlist.

Here’s a video playlist:

Videos: Pipeline, Tourism + KLVB appointments + flowers
Regular Session, Lowndes County Commission (LCC),
Video by Gretchen Quarterman for Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange (LAKE),
Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia, 9 December 2014.