Videos: Delinquency, water, roads, and subdivisions @ LCC 2022-03-21.
More road building TIA projects to promote more sprawl,
a redot to
let a developer off the hook for not doing drainage as required,
a subdivision special tax lighting district,
several water projects in already-developed areas,
a grant to prevent juvenile delinquency,
and the annual renewal of permits for both waste collection companies,
for this morning’s Lowndes County Work Session, for voting Tuesday evening.
Funny how they never count the later cost of box culverts and water main extensions when they approve rezonings for subdivisions,
but here some of those are later.
former detention pond site is actually parcel 0144 205A now,
and it’s at
4115 Little Viking Road.
They also don’t tell we the taxpayers and voters where the new detention area is.
HISTORY, FACTS AND ISSUES: Map 0144 Parcel 205 owned by Rubber Tire,
LLC was originally designed for the entire lot to be one of the
detention areas for Roswell Place Subdivision and has been the
detention area since the subdivision was built. Rubber Tire, LLC had
the detention area redesigned, approved, and constructed so the lot
could become a buildable lot. Lowndes County will need to Quit Claim
the existing detention area back to Rubber Tire, LLC and accept a
drainage easement for the new detention area from Rubber Tire, LLC.
The agenda is below.
The board packet will follow when LAKE gets it.
My fault this time: I didn’t send the open records request.
Although it is still mysterious why Lowndes County doesn’t put the board packet
on its own website like many counties larger and smaller have been doing for years in Georgia and Florida.
The rudimentary expanded agenda with one-sheet agenda items is on the LAKE website.
LOWNDES COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
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WORK SESSION, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2022, 8:30 a.m.
REGULAR SESSION, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2022, 5:30 p.m.
327 N. Ashley Street – 2nd Floor