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Rescheduled, Deep South Regional Municipal Solid Waste Management Authority 2018-02-07

Julia Shewchuk updated January 19 2018: “The regular meeting of the DSSWA has been rescheduled from January 17, 2018 to Wednesday, February 7, 2018.” The agenda is the same before rescheduling, as below.

Thanks to Larry Hanson, new member to replace him, officers, and audit are on the agenda for next Wednesday for the Deep South Solid Waste Management Authority. Single page, Agenda Still nothing about coal ash from Georgia, Florida, or elsewhere.

See previous post for who’s on this Authority and who gets its grants.

DEEP SOUTH
REGIONAL MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

Meeting of the Board of Directors
Deep South Regional Municipal Solid Waste Management Authority
January 17, 2018
February 7, 2018
6:00 PM
Southern Georgia Regional Commission
Valdosta, Georgia
AGENDA

  1. Welcome and Introduction
  2. January 2018 Election of Officers
    • Report by Nominating Committee and Motion:w
  3. January 2018 Nomination of New At-Large Member by Board of Directors
    • Report by Nominating Committee and Motion
  4. Minutes of October 18, 2017 Meeting
    • Draft attached for Review and Motion
  5. Financial Reports Oct — Dec 2017
    • Review and Motion — to be distributed at meeting
  6. Presentation of Annual Audit Report —Denise Rackely
  7. Discussion to decide on a recognition for Larry Hanson for his Services to DSSWA
    • Discussion and Motion
  8. Other Business
  9. Adjourn

Next regular scheduled meeting will be on April 18, 2017, at 6 p.m.


Fax: (229) 333-5312

Phone: (229) 333-5277
327 West Savannah Avenue
Valdosta, Georgia 31601

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Agenda, Deep South Regional Municipal Solid Waste Management Authority 2018-01-17

Update 2018-02-07: Rescheduled to February 7, 2018.

Thanks to Larry Hanson, new member to replace him, election of officers, and annual audit are on the agenda for next Wednesday for the Deep South Solid Waste Management Authority. Single page, Agenda Still nothing about coal ash from Georgia, Florida, or elsewhere.

See previous post for who’s on this Authority and who gets its grants.

DEEP SOUTH
REGIONAL MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

Meeting of the Board of Directors
Deep South Regional Municipal Solid Waste Management Authority
January 17, 2018
6:00 PM
Southern Georgia Regional Commission
Valdosta, Georgia
AGENDA

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SGRC Regional Plan Update Workshop in Valdosta 2017-09-21

Received yesterday:

Good Morning,

A quick reminder for our 1st Regional Plan Update Workshop on:

September 21st, 2017 9:30a to 12:30p

Valdosta SGRC Offices at 327 W. Savannah Ave

The first workshop will cover the following topics:

Regional Bicycle Corridors
Regional Bicycle Corridors

  1. Review the existing issues and opportunities within the Region and determine whether Continue reading

No coal ash on a dozen years of DSSWA agendas (but Brooks County Landfill)

In agendas for the governmental group which supposedly has oversight of the landfill in Lowndes County, Georgia, there is no mention at all of coal or coal ash. Thanks to Julia Shewchuck of SGRC, those agendas for the Deep South Solid Waste Authority (DSSWA) are on the LAKE website.

[April 18, 2007 Agenda] Back in 2006 the proposed Brooks County Landfill is on the the proposed April 19, 2006 agenda, and the June 21, 2006 agenda said there was a public hearing June 29, 2006. An update was on the October 18, 2016 agenda.

2007 starts with one meeting with no mention of the landfill, but the April 18, 2007 meeting has “5. Discussion of Onyx/Langdale Proposed Land Swap”. I don’t see any further mention of the Brooks County landfill after that, and apparently it never happened.

Curiously, these mentions of the Brooks County Landfill on the DSSWA agenda are all months after these VDT stories: Continue reading

Agenda, Deep South Regional Municipal Solid Waste Management Authority 2017-04-19

Grants to participating local governments are mostly what’s on the agenda for next Wednesday for the Deep South Solid Waste Management Authority, sent today by Julia Shewchuck of SGRC (PDF).

DSSWA-Agenda--04192017-0001 On the telephone yesterday she clarified that the grants from this Authority mentioned in the Lowndes County Commission Goals meetinng are exclusively available to the seven local governments participating in this Authority. They are: Berrien County, Lanier County, Lowndes County, City of Nashville, City of Lakeland, City of Valdosta, and Echols County CG. She also noted that Echols County was one of the original participants in the authority, even though it had dropped off for a while, and had been added back in a recent year (2014).

DEEP SOUTH
REGIONAL MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

Meeting of the Board of Directors
Deep South Regional Municipal Solid Waste Management Authority
April 19, 2017
6:00 PM
Southern Georgia Regional Commission
Valdosta, Georgia
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Brooks County Comprehensive Plan Workshop 2017-02-07

Received 31 January 2017:

Brooks County Future Development Map From: “Ariel Godwin” <agodwin@sgrc.us>
Subject: Brooks County Comp Plan Workshop – Feb 7 @9:30am
Date: Tue, Jan 31, 2017 at 4:03 PM

Reminder:

The next workshop for the Brooks County Comprehensive Plan will be:

Thursday, February 7th, 2017
9:30 a.m
Brooks County Commission Offices
610 South Highland Street, Quitman

In this workshop we will work on the Land Use Maps and Character Areas.

We are inviting you to participate to ensure Continue reading

First Brooks County Comprehensive Plan Workshop 2016-11-17

Received 15 November 2016:

Brooks County Future Development Map From: “Ariel Godwin” <agodwin@sgrc.us>
Subject: Reminder: Brooks County Comprehensive Plan: First Workshop
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2016 14:51:27 +0000

Reminder:

The first workshop for the Brooks County Comprehensive Plan will be:

Thursday, November 17, 2016
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Brooks County Commission Offices
610 South Highland Street, Quitman

We are inviting you to participate to ensure that this plan update will be developed with as much local input as possible. Please also forward this email to anybody you feel would have an interest and Continue reading

Videos: More northern subdivision rezonings + 6 Valdosta @ GLPC 2016-08-29

A third Lowndes County Case in west Valdosta near James Road, REZ-2016-15, was pulled from the agenda until next month to be sure it will be ready for review (but not withdrawn). One Valdosta case, CU-2016-02, was announced as withdrawn at the beginning of the meeting. The stormwater LDR changes apparently were mostly to remove description of very old previous material and various housekeeping including reflecting a rate increase the Valdosta City Council already approved back in June after a series of public hearings. Expect the Comprehensive Plan back next month: they didn’t examine it this time because the agenda was already very long. Continue reading

More northern subdivision rezonings + 6 Valdosta @ GLPC 2016-08-29

Still more subdivisions planned in what the county calls Central Lowndes County and near Hahira, and a bunch of stuff in Valdosta. including stormwater revisions to the LDR. Here’s the agenda, and see the LAKE videos of the meeting.

Greater Lowndes Planning Commission
Lowndes County City of Valdosta City of Dasher City of Hahira City of Lake Park
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
AGENDA

Lowndes County South Health District Administrative Office
325 West Savannah Avenue
Monday, August 29, 2016 * 5:30 P.M. * Public Hearing

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Videos: A development back again + a communications tower @ GLPC 2016-07-25

A development rezoning tabled previous GLPC meeting (and since approved the next evening by the Lowndes County Commission) and a communications tower to be voted on by the County Commission tonight, Those two Lowndes County cases were the only ones on the Planning Commission agenda for July 25th 2016. See also the Continue reading