These videos are of yesterday morning’s Work Session,
and they’re voting right now on
the annual grant paperwork
for the county’s on-call bus system, run by MIDS, Inc.,
commercial and a
subdivision rezoning, both previously recommended
unanimously by the
Plus they will accept
Utilities for Creekside West Phase II, i.e., water and sewer.
They will declare at least two
Potential Conflict(s) of Interest for Commissioner Joyce Evans and County Clerk Paige Dukes
on the board of the
hildren’s Advocacy Center of Lowndes County, Inc. (CAC),
before agreeing for the Chairman to sign a
to submit to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs for a
$500,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the CAC.
We don’t know what those conflicts are, because as usual
the county only published the agenda sheets for
each agenda item,
without the rest of the details that are in the board packets.
Judge H. Arthur McLane spoke yesterday about the
Courthouse Preservation Committee; see
LAKE videos of its public meetings.
Tonight they have Citizens Wishing to Be Heard on the
It’s a welcome change that for rezonings they now consider traffic
on nearby roads, unlike
back in 2011 when then-Chairman Ashley Paulk said:
I’m not going to argue Bemiss Highway, it’s not a pertinent fact.
Who knows? Next maybe they’ll consider expanding to
regular routes on the bus system.
Below are links to the LAKE videos from Monday morning,
followed by a video playlist. Continue reading