The Glynn County Revenue Study Committee was created on March 2, 2017 to reviews all components of the Glynn County's non-tax revenue approaches and collection processes. It was not until 2019 that the appropriate number of submissions were obtained to fill the committee.
The purpose and mission are to: (a) ensure that fees and revenue policies of Glynn County are comparable to similar coastal jurisdictions and similar sized counties and are adequate to cover the costs of services;
(b) review service demands and costs and revenue contributions generated by visitors and part-time residents;
(c) consider revenue diversification and fee-based services which benefit residents and visitors;
(d) anticipate potential changes in state and federal funding patterns; and
(e) provide recommendations to the Board of Commissioners for the next decade of funding.