It’s equipment day at the Lowndes County Commission. On the agenda for 8:30 this morning, firefighting Bullard thermal imaging cameras. Motorola public safety radios, Motorola mobile data terminals, and AT&T Intrado Phone System for E911 services, possibly the most expensive item at $244,324.00.Prison work details (to do jobs locals could do), mosquito testing (fortunately, Lowndes does not spray for mosquitos). Lift station pumps at Bevel Creek (again, and it feeds the Land Application Site or LAS), and Hart Road/Skipper Bridge, a pump for Gorman Rupp Bypass, and Coleman Road Lift Station Check Valves. And of course an Addition to Basic Decorative Lighting District: Creekside West, Phase 3B, GA Hwy 122, west of Hahira on Franks Creek.
LOWNDES COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
WORK SESSION, MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 2018, 8:30 a.m.
REGULAR SESSION, TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2018, 5:30 p.m.
327 N. Ashley Street – 2nd Floor
- Call to Order
- Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
- Minutes for Approval
- Public Hearing
- For Consideration
- Annual Contract Renewal for Mosquito identifying and Testing
Approval of contract renewal
- Annual Contract Renewal for Prison Work Details
Approval of contract
- Request to purchase Public Safety Radios
Request approval to purchase new radios from Mobile Communications in the amount of $206,758.30.
- Request to Purchase Thermal Imaging Cameras
Request approval for staff to purchase 2 refurbished thermal imaging cameras for $12,460.
- Service Contract for the Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs)
Approval of annual contract
- Intrado Phone System Upgrade Agreement/Expansion (AT&T)
Approval of upgrade
- Bevel Creek Lift Station Pump
Approval of repair
Documents:Bevel Creek Lift Station Pump.pdf
- Gorman Rupp Bypass Pump
Approval of pump retro fit
Documents:Gorman Rupp Bypass Pump Retrofit.pdf
- Hart Road/Skipper Bridge Lift Station Pumps
Approval of pump repair and replacement
- Coleman Road Lift Station Check Valves
Approval of repair
- Reports – County Manager
- Citizens Wishing to be Heard-Please State Your Name and Address
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