Here are LAKE videos of (most of) yesterday’s Southern Georgia Regional Commission (SGRC) Council meeting yesterday in Pearson, Georgia.
For some of the items, I have included photographs of the first sheet of the relevant handout(s). For the rest of each handout, please contact SGRC.
Thanks to SGRC Council Chair Joyce Evans and Assistant Director Chris Strom for inviting me to come speak about the Okefenokee Swamp in my other hat as Suwannee Riverkeeper; see the WWALS blog post.
Collage: Audit; New member John Clayton (Nashville); DCA Small Cities Conference; Okefenokee Swamp Resolutions –Suwannee Riverkeeper; Jody Redding, GA Gov. Field Rep.
Here is the complete agenda.
Here are the LAKE videos, followed by a LAKE video playlist.
1. Order, Invocation, Pledge
Guests & GA Ag. Sec. Gary Black
2. Install new member, John Clayton, City of Nashville
4. Adoption of Minutes and Revenue and Expenses
5. Audit report and adoption
6. Mike Beatty presentation, Part 1
6. Mike Beatty presentation, Part 2
- 7. AARP presentation: no video (there was a camera battery issue)
- 8. Resolution to Contract for Aging Services: no video
- 9. Adoption of Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Annual Update: no video
- 10. Program Activities/Updates: no video
- 11. Questions, Comments and Announcemets included the below videoed items.
Resolutions for Okefenokee Swamp against titanium mine –Suwannee Riverkeeper
For details, see the WWALS blog post.
This is the map referred to: National Geographic map of the Okefenokee Swamp.
DCA Small Cities Conference in Dublin; new mayor of Ocilla
Jody Redding, Field Representative, GA Governor
He referred to this Project Status List, which had been discussed earlier in the meeting.
Lunch blessing and Adjournment
Here’s a LAKE video playlist:
Finances and Okefenokee Swamp @ SGRC 2021-12-09
Southern Georgia Regional Commission (SGRC) Council, Pearson, Atkinson County, Georgia.
Videos by John S. Quarterman for Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange (LAKE),
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