Videos: Subdivision way out of bounds approved, and million-dollar water main, but Wells Road stays open.
A road abandonment apparently had not taken into account people who live farther
north up Wells Road, this morning’s Lowndes County Commission Work Session.
Nor that closing that road would close one of only two public
access points to the Little River in Lowndes County.
Nor that the Mary Turner Lynching monument is on that road.
Beaver Run, GW Farms, Villages subdivisions, Wells Road abandonment
Of the $5 million for utilities, $1 million is for
a water main to promote more subdivisions northwest in the county.
To their credit, two Commissioners asked about that.
They breezed through
seven rezonings, three of them for subdivisions,
one so far out of place their own staff recommend against it,
with no comments nor questions.
There was a question about some improvements to the historic Carnegie Library Museum.
They vote tomorrow, Tuesday, evening at 5:30 PM.
Below are links to each LAKE video of each agenda item with some notes, followed by a
LAKE video playlist.
See also the
agenda and board packet.