Sabal Trail pipeline presentation
December 9th like
the front page of the VDT said.
The online agenda
is still incorrect a month later
which is still listed as “For consideration” when it should be listed
as a Public Hearing.
Alapaha Water Treatment Plant
was voted on this time,
as was mysteriously appearing
“Consideration of Back Pay for 911 Employees”.
the Planning Commission,
With much less discussion than the
yet another Dollar General.
three decorative special tax lighting districts,
pump replacement, the annual
MIDS bus service
NOAA, and an agreement with the Lowndes County
Board of Elections
for paying employees.
See also the
videos of the previous morning’s Work Session.
LOWNDES COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
WORK SESSION, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2013, 8:30 a.m.
REGULAR SESSION, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2013, 5:30 p.m.
327 N. Ashley Street – 2 Floor
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Fan of local government Gretchen suggested it
“check our work” before whipsawing citizens in for items
that didn’t happen or failing to schedule a public hearing
even after the Chairman asked for it, plus failing do deliver
what was promised in open records requests,
12 November 2013 Lowndes County Commission Regular Session.
Today she’s checking their work at
their secretive Retreat Work Session.
At the Regular Session she noted that the
Sabal Trail item
that was misscheduled for the previous morning
caused several citizens to take off work to come
in for something that didn’t happen.
(You can find out more about that pipeline
Saturday morning at 10AM at the
SpectraBusters Informational Meeting.
She mentioned the
Green Lane item that the Chairman had asked Continue reading
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Government, Lowndes County Commission, Pipeline, Transparency, Transportation and tagged 12 November 2013, Georgia, Government, Green Lane, Gretchen Quarterman, LAKE, LCC, Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange, Lowndes County, Lowndes County Commission, pipeline, public hearing, Regular Session, Sabal Trail Transmission, Transparency, Transportation, Valdosta on . November 14, 2013