Update 2023-09-11: Videos: Seven minutes on REZ-2023-04 Quarterman Road @ LCC Work 2023-09-11.
In a busy agenda, the Lowndes County Commission will discuss Monday morning at 8:30 AM and vote on Tuesday evening at 5:30 PM appointing Dr. Anthony Johnson to the Board of Health, four water and sewer items, mosquitoes, and two rezonings.
In their preceding meeting, the Greater Lowndes Planning Commission (GLPC) by a 7:1 vote recommended denial for REZ-2023-04 Chase, 6119 Quarterman Rd, ~18 acres, E-A to R-A, Well & Septic, and GLPC unanimously recommended approval for REZ-2023-10 Copeland, 3728 Mt. Zion Church Rd., ~4ac, E-A to R-21.
|$287,786.39||LAS Expansion Clearing & Grubbing|
|$105,000.00||Meter Backflow Device Purchase|
|$68,889.40||Bevel Creek Lift Station Pump|
|$55,194.30||Annual Contract Renewal with VSU for Mosquito Identification and Testing|
Of the half a million dollars in expenditures the Commission they will probably approve Tuesday, more than half is for expansion of the Land Application Site (LAS). Two of the others are also water or sewer projects. They do not list a cost for the other water and sewer project: Hamilton Green Acceptance of Water & Sewer Infrastructure.
Here is the agenda.
The board packet materials, received by LAKE in response to a LAKE open records request, are on the LAKE website. Several requested items are missing. We will ask again.
LOWNDES COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
WORK SESSION, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2023, 8:30 a.m.
REGULAR SESSION, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2023, 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
- Bevel Creek Lift Station Pump
Documents:Bevel Creek Lift Station Pump.pdf
- Hamilton Green Acceptance of Water & Sewer Infrastructure
- Meter Backflow Device Purchase
Documents:Meter Backflow Device Purchase.pdf
- Annual Contract Renewal with VSU for Mosquito Identification and Testing
- Reports – County Manager
- Citizens Wishing to be Heard-Please State Your Name and Address
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