The paintball-like game venue that
surprisingly contentious at the Planning Commission,
is on the agenda for Monday and Tuesday at the Lowndes County Commission.
GLPC voted 5-1 to table until the June Planning Commission meeting,
but the Planning Commission is merely a recommending body:
it does not decide rezonings.
The county’s agenda sheet says
“The TRC considered this request and had no objectionable comments, and staff finds the request consistent
with the Comprehensive Plan.”
The County Commission could decide to ignore the Planning Commission and
approve this rezoning anyway.
8.b. Sewer Service Requested for Lowndes County Board of Education
Utilities Manager Mike Allen said LCBOE wants sewer service for
Lake Park Elementary to help out their failing septic tank;
he recommended Option 3.
Commissioner Crawford Powell asked for Option 3 to be displayed
Aaron Kostyu noted that if there was a copy it could be projected.
Allen moseyed over to the table by the podium with a copy, pictured here,
with transcript below.
this is the video arraignment solution for the magistrate juvenile court.
This solution will save tens of thousands of dollars a year for staffing
and transportation that will not be required.
It will save us quite a bit of money, and time as well.
This solution will allow for the video presentation, signature,
and certification of warrants and the carrying out of video arraignments
and first appearances as well for Magistrates and Juvenile.
And this will benefit the Magistrate Court, Juvenile Court,
and all the local law enforcement agencies.
As noted yesterday, the city of Valdosta is awaiting your approval,
and they will purchase a portion of this to go in their facilities
as well that will allow them to speak in the video warrants portion.
Commissioners had no questions.
County Manager Joe Pritchard recommended Continue reading →
I’m told that Lowndes County is the only county in Georgia that has real time
“Elections Supervisor Deb Cox awarded Lowndes County IT Director Aaron Kostyu with a plaque and thanked him and the IT staff for helping the Board of Elections become recognized as one of the five best elections offices in the state.”
Malynda Fulton, VDT, 26 Jan 2010
The plaque reads:
Thanks to Aaron Kostyu IT Director
For service far above and beyond
Your necessary duties. We wouldn’t be the best
without you on the elections team!