Update 2020-12-15: Board packet is on the LAKE website.
A million and a half dollars, mostly for insurance, on the agenda for the final Lowndes County Commission session of 2020, and that’s not counting the many-years-long ramifications of rezoning for new subdivisions and acquiring right of way for a new road.
|$1,240,297.00||2021 Stop Loss Insurance Coverage Renewal Through Symetra Life Ins. Company|
|$174,759.00||2021 ACCG Workers’ Compensation Insurance Renewal|
|$60,862.00||Bid for 2 – Three Quarter Ton Trucks for the Engineering Department|
|$27,367.00||Bid for a Sport Utility Vehicle for the 911 Center|
|$920.50||Georgia Forestry Commission Services [LAS prescribed burns] Agreement|
|$381.00||Office of the Governor Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Accountability Court Lowndes County DUI Court- State Court|
Lowndes County Development Authority Terms are up for Brooks Akins, Gary Cannon, and Jerome Tucker. Cannon and Tucker want reappointment, and the Commission almost always reappoints.
Resolution Rejection Quitclaim Deed; Affidavit Regarding Title- Branch Point. The County has laid out the right-of-way for a county road known as Fender Road between Williams School… Trading a parcel to William Q. Touchton, Jr. for another parcel for the road.
REZ-2020-20 Ballyntyne 6712 Clyattstone Road (0071 008) R-1 to R-10, Water & Sewer, ~40.3 acres . For 105+ house lots. In 2006, for a more complicated plan on the same site, GLPC recommended denial 7:0, County Commission denied 2:0. What did GLPC vote this time? And how about factoring in all the costs of paving Clyattstone Road over many previous Commission meetings? Continue reading