MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING

GLYNN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

HISTORIC GLYNN COUNTY COURTHOUSE

701 “G” STREET, 2ND FLOOR, COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING CHAMBERS

THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2011 AT 6:00 PM

 

 

PRESENT:                     Tom Sublett, Chairman, District 2

                                    Amy Callaway, Vice Chairman, District 1

Richard Strickland, Commissioner, District 3

Mary Hunt, Commissioner, District 4

Jerome Clark, Commissioner, District 5

Clyde Taylor, Commissioner, At Large Post 1

                                    Bob Coleman, Commissioner, At Large Post 2

                                   

ALSO PRESENT:           Alan Ours, County Administrator

Aaron Mumford, County Attorney

Cindee Overstreet, County Clerk

 

 

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE

 

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

 

David O’Quinn, Todd Wood, and Doyle Watson spoke in opposition to the newly installed speed bumps on Frederica Road near the Christ Church.

 

COMMISSION PRESENTATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Point of Privilege

Commissioner Hunt moved to add an item to the published agenda amending the Glynn County Code of Ordinances regarding bidding, which is in Section 2-2.  The motion failed for lack of a second.

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Budget

 

1.         Receive citizen comments regarding the proposed Glynn County FY 11-12 Budget. 

Memo     Budget   Positions   Personnel   Capital   OrgChart   Expenditures  History

 

This item was opened for public comment, yet no one addressed the Board. The budget will be placed on the Board’s upcoming agenda for consideration.

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Land Use

 

2.         ZM2181 Turtle River Global Logistics Park - Consider a request to amend the Planned Development Text and Master Plan for property consisting of 1,376 acres located primarily on the north side of US 82, approximately 3.6 miles east of its intersection with SR 99. This site was originally rezoned as the Hopewell Creek Planned Development. The proposed uses are industrial and commercial. Parcel ID 02-01622 and 02-02811. St. Andrews Plantation, LLC, agent for Plum Creek Land Company and Plum Creek, owner. This item was deferred from the Board of Commissioners’ meeting of May 19, 2011. (Y. Phillips)  Link

 

This property was originally rezoned on August 3, 2006, for a residential planned development project known as Hopewell Creek (later Hopewell Island). This project, which anticipated 1,900 dwelling units and 193,000 square feet of commercial, was discontinued as a result of the economic downturn. The current proposal seeks to continue the project with a commercial and industrial emphasis containing sites for manufacturing, warehouse, and distribution facilities to be served by US 82, by the railroad, and by the water access. A small amount of commercial, office, and limited residential would be included to serve the industrial uses. In addition to the amendment of the PD Text and Master Plan, subdivision and site plan review will be required for the various phases of the project.

The Mainland Planning Commission and staff recommended approval of this amendment to the Comp Plan and Future Land Use Map.

This item was opened for public comment, yet no one addressed the Board.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Callaway and seconded by Commissioner Strickland to approve application ZM2181 to revise the Planned Development Text and Master Plan to allow an industrial development. The motion carried unanimously.  Resolution #R-23-11

 

CONSENT AGENDA – General Business

 

3.         Approved the minutes of the regular meeting of May 19, 2011, subject to any necessary corrections.  (C. Overstreet)

 

4.         Approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Brunswick, Glynn County Board of Commissioners, and the Glynn County Board of Education for the Ninth Street Extension Project, with funding not to exceed $65,000 to come from the County Administrator’s Contingency Fund. (J. Clark/M. Hunt)   Memo   MOU

 

5.         Appointed Tess Cobb to serve on the Coastal Area District Development Authority (CADDA). The term begins August 15, 2011, and ends August 14, 2014.

 

6.         Appointed Dorothy Stevens to serve on the Coastal Regional Commission (CRC) Aging Services Advisory Council. The term begins July 1, 2011 and ends June 30, 2014.

 

7.         Appointed Edward Bland to serve on the Coastal Workforce Investment Board. The term begins July 1, 2011, and ends June 30, 2014.

 

8.         Approved a resolution of support for W.H. Gross Construction Company, for a Georgia Department of Community Affairs financing contract.  The financing will be for a proposed 66 unit senior apartment complex located on the northern side of Scranton Connector accessed between Ligon Middleton & Lindberg Law office and the State Farm Claims office.  The County has no financial responsibility for the proposed development. (D. Hainley)  Resolution #R-24-11   Link

 

9.         Rejected all proposals for A&E services for ADA compliance on Fire Stations 1, 3, & 6; and instruct staff to issue a new Request for Proposals for A&E services for Fire Stations 3 and 6 only. (A. Thomas)  Link

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Hunt to approve all items on the consent agenda. The motion carried unanimously.

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

10.       Appoint three (3) individuals to serve on the Glynn County Selden Park Advisory Board. The Commissioner representing the following districts will nominate one candidate. Candidates are not required to reside in the district of their nominating Commissioner.

 

District #3– term will expire June 2015

District #4 - term will expire June 2015

At-large Post 1 - term will expire June 2015   

 

                                    Received applications from:

Marie Brogsdale (currently represents District 3)

William Green (currently represents District 4)

Michael Robinson (currently represents At-Large Post 1)

 

            Commissioner Taylor asked to appoint Bill Phillips to serve on this Board.

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed the following citizens to serve on these terms ending June 30, 2015:

                        Marie Brogsdale – District 3

                        William Green – District 4

                        Bill Phillips – At-Large Post 1               

           

11.       Appoint three (3) individuals to serve on the Glynn County Altamaha Park Advisory Board. The Commissioner representing the following districts will nominate one candidate. Candidates are not required to reside in the district of their nominating Commissioner. 

District #3– term will expire June 2015

District #4-  term will expire June 2015

At-large Post 1 - term will expire June 2015

 

                                    Received applications from:

Len Taylor (currently represents District 3)

Carl Johnson (currently represents District 4)

Eric Shumans (currently represents At-Large Post 1)

Mike Cochran

Jeff Kilgore

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed the following citizens to serve on these terms ending June 30, 2015:

Len Taylor - District 3

Jeff Kilgore - District 4

Eric Shumans - At-large Post 1

 

12.       Appoint three (3) individuals to serve on the Glynn County Blythe Island Regional Park Advisory Board. The Commissioner representing the following districts will nominate one candidate. Candidates are not required to reside in the district of their nominating Commissioner. 

District #3– term will expire June 2015

District #4-  term will expire June 2015

At-large Post 1 - term will expire June 2015

 

                                    Received applications from:

Clarence Hilburn (currently represents District 4)

Speedy Tostenson (currently represents At Large Post 1)

Larry Youngner

By majority vote, the Board appointed the following citizens to serve on these terms ending June 30, 2015:

Larry Youngner - District 3

Clarence Hilburn - District 4

Speedy Tostenson - At-large Post 1

 

13.       Appoint two (2) individuals to serve on the Glynn County Animal Services Advisory Board. The two-year terms expire June 30, 2013. 

Applications received from:

Henry Fahl (currently serving)

Marci DeSart (currently serving)

Gayle Compton

Agnes Hunter

Marcie Bindes

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed the following citizens to serve on these terms ending June 30, 2013:

Henry Fahl

Marci DeSart

 

14.       Appoint three (3) candidates to serve on the Glynn County Tree Advisory Board. The Commissioner representing the following districts will nominate one candidate. Candidates are not required to reside in the district of their nominating Commissioner. 

District #3– term will expire June 2015

District #4-  term will expire June 2015

At-large Post 1 - term will expire June 2015

 

                                    Received applications from:

William Green (currently represents District 4)

Scott Cown (currently represents At Large Post 1)

Royce Hobbs

Lawrence Singer

Scott Cochran

James Catts

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed the following citizens to serve on these terms ending June 30, 2015:

Lawrence Singer - District 3

Royce Hobbs - District 4

Scott Cown - At-large Post 1

 

15.       Appoint one (1) candidate to serve on the Glynn County Board of Health representing the Underprivileged, Needy, and Elderly. The term begins immediately and ends December 31, 2016.

                                    Received applications from:  

                                    Debra Riner (currently serving)

Dorothy Stevens 

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed Debra Riner to serve on the Glynn County Board of Health.

 

16.       Appoint two (2) candidates to serve on the Georgia Forestry Commission. The terms begin July 1, 2011, and end June 30, 2016.  

                                    Received applications from:

                                    David Beckham (currently serving)

                                    David Ketcham (currently serving)

                                    Scott Cochran

                                    James Catts

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed David Beckham and David Ketcham to serve on the Georgia Forestry Commission.

 

17.       Appoint one (1) candidate to serve on the Glynn County Board of Family and Children Services (DFCS). The term begins July 1, 2011 and ends June 30, 2016.

                                    Received applications from:

                                    Wes Schiwitz

                                    Dorothy Stevens

Barbara Albright

Mike Cochran

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed Dorothy Stevens to serve on the Glynn County Board of Family and Children Services.

 

18.       Appoint two (2) candidates to serve on the Glynn County Libraries Board. The terms begin July 1, 2011, and end June 30, 2014.

                                    Received applications from:

                                    Matt Permar (currently serving)

                                    Karen Stone

                                    Wes Schiwitz

                                    Sandra Turbidy

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed Matt Permar and Sandra Turbidy to serve on the Glynn County Library Board.

 

19.       Appoint two (2) candidates to serve on the Gateway Behavioral Health Services Board. The terms begin July 1, 2011 and end June 30, 2014.

                                                Received applications from:

Cap Fendig (currently serving)

Jeff Sandoz

Wes Schiwitz

Dorothy Stevens

Chloe Brennan

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed Cap Fendig and Wes Schiwitz to serve on the Gateway Behavioral Health Services Board.  

 

20.       Appoint one (1) candidate to serve on the Coastal Regional Commission (CRC). The term begins July 1, 2011 and ends June 30, 2012.

                                    Received applications from:

Dan Coty (currently serving)

Wes Schiwitz

David Boland

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed David Boland to serve on the Coastal Regional Commission.

 

21.       Appoint one (1) Commissioner to serve on the Joint Water and Sewer Commission. The term, currently held by Commissioner Coleman, begins June 20, 2011 and ends June 19, 2013.

 

By majority vote, the Board appointed Commissioner Bob Coleman to serve a second term on the Joint Water and Sewer Commission.

 

 


GENERAL BUSINESS

 

22.       Consider adoption of a resolution regarding the location of the detention center and the repurposing of the property in downtown Brunswick. (A. Callaway, B. Coleman, J. Clark)  Link

                RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

OF GLYNN COUNTY, GEORGIA

WHEREAS, pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 36-9-5, it is the duty of the county governing authority to erect or repair, when necessary, its jails and all other necessary county buildings and to furnish each with all of the furniture necessary for the different rooms, offices, or cells; and

WHEREAS, the Glynn County Board of Commissioners has determined that additional detention center space is necessary; and

WHEREAS, on February 7, 2008, a previous Board of Commissioners passed a resolution indicating that the detention center should be expanded and constructed upon property adjacent to its current location in downtown Brunswick; and

WHEREAS, the decision to expand the detention center at its current location has been a polarizing and divisive subject in the community; and

 WHEREAS, Glynn County has been a party to three lawsuits involving the expansion of the detention center, including a lawsuit that remains pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia; and

WHEREAS, a five member panel of Special Masters appointed by the Honorable Lisa Godbey Wood issued a report on June 8, 2010, which concluded and recommended that the “County should locate the next phase expansion on property other than those available sites immediately adjacent to the current detention facility.”; and    

 WHEREAS, the Special Masters report also concluded and recommended that “the expansion should be located on a site that could accommodate future long term growth, to include potential relocation of the entire detention complex at some future date”; and

WHEREAS, the previous Board of Commissioners approved the formation of a Jail Advisory Committee to review the Special Masters Report and make recommendations to the Board of Commissioners; and

WHEREAS, on January 20, 2011, the Jail Advisory Committee, after reviewing nine potential sites, submitted its report to the current Board of Commissioners and recommended that the new detention center complex be located on sufficient acreage (15-25 acres) at one of two sites (neither of which were located in downtown Brunswick); and

WHEREAS, the City of Brunswick owns various streets and alleys (i.e. “I” Street, Newcastle Street Lane, and 4 small alleys) in the area where the previous Board of Commissioners desired to construct additional detention center space and envisioned future growth;  and

WHEREAS, portions of these streets and alleys are required and necessary to construct the project as intended and to construct a connected facility upon which the decision to construct additional space in downtown Brunswick was principally based; and

WHEREAS, the City of Brunswick initially indicated that it would provide Glynn County with the above-referenced streets and alleyways; and

WHEREAS, the City of Brunswick subsequently formally opposed the project at the downtown location and has communicated its intent not to provide Glynn County with the necessary streets and alleyways; and

 WHEREAS, without the use and benefit of these City streets and alleys, it is neither feasible nor practical to construct additional detention center space in the downtown Brunswick location that will meet the County’s immediate and future detention center needs; and

WHEREAS, the current Board of Commissioners has carefully considered the County’s options and due to the change in circumstances and conditions since the County’s initial decision, now deems a downtown expansion to be infeasible and impractical; and

WHEREAS, constructing a detention center at a location other than downtown Brunswick will provide the County with an opportunity to select a location that accommodates the immediate and future long term growth needs of Glynn County; and

WHEREAS, constructing the detention center at a location other than downtown Brunswick will also put an end to the lengthy litigation process that has been brought by opponents of downtown expansion; and

WHEREAS, the property acquired by the County at the downtown location can be immediately repurposed and used to satisfy Glynn County’s increasing need for parking by County employees and visitors to the County’s downtown facilities; and

WHEREAS, the SPLOST 5 funds expended in furtherance of a detention center expansion in downtown Brunswick can be reimbursed by Glynn County;

 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners, acting in its capacity as the governing authority of Glynn County, that circumstances and conditions are such that an expansion of the detention center in downtown Brunswick has become infeasible, impractical, and undesirable; and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners, acting in its capacity as the governing authority of Glynn County, that a detention center facility meeting the immediate and future long term growth needs of Glynn County be located and constructed upon property suitable for such purpose outside of downtown Brunswick; and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners, acting in its capacity as the governing authority of Glynn County, that the property previously acquired by Glynn County for the detention center expansion in downtown Brunswick be and is hereby immediately repurposed so as to be used as a parking area to fulfill Glynn County’s need for additional parking for County employees and visitors to the county’s downtown facilities and that County staff be and is hereby directed to develop plans for consideration by the Board of Commissioners on any recommended improvements to such property in order to fulfill this alternative public use. 

                This Resolution shall be effective upon adoption.

                                                                                                                GLYNN COUNTY BOARD

                                                OF COMMISSIONERS

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Callaway and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to adopt the resolution. The motion carried unanimously.  Resolution #R-25-11

 

23.       Consider exercising the Board’s rights to exempt themselves from all bidding requirements for professional services in accordance with Purchasing Ordinance Section 2-2-13 for architectural and engineering services and enter into a contract with IPG for design and engineering services. (R. Strickland/T. Sublett/J. ClarkMemo  RFP  Contract  Proposal  Fee

 

Commissioner Taylor said he would like to defer this item and hire outside counsel to offer an outside opinion as to whether the Board can legally exempt themselves from the bidding requirements for these professional services.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Taylor and seconded by Commissioner Coleman  to defer this item to the Board’s June 16, 2011. The carried 4-3 with Commissioner Callaway, Commissioner Sublett, and Commissioner Strickland opposed.

 

24.       Consider authorizing payment from the General Fund fund balance to SPLOST 5 for expenditures in the amount of $3,838,220.28 which were related to the expansion of the Detention Center at the current location. (C. Taylor, A. Callaway) Link

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Hunt and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to authorize payment from the General Fund fund balance to SPLOST 5 for expenditures in the amount of $3,838,220.28, which were related to the expansion of the Detention Center at the current location.  The motion carried unanimously.

 

25.       Consider approving the funding allocation for SPLOST 5 projects as recommended by County Staff. (J. Clark, M. Hunt, C. Taylor)  Memo  Projects 

 

Project Name

Status

 Original Budget includes previous Pate Budget Adjustments

 Budget Reallocations

 Proposed Budget

 Actual Net Cost and Commitments 2/28/11

Detention facilities

Currently under review

 $      9,000,000

 $   11,000,000

 $  20,000,000

 $     4,167,463

Pate Building Expansion

Construction - scheduled completion May 2011

 $      5,000,000

 $                      -

 $    5,000,000

 $     4,311,525

Office Park Renovations

Completed

 $      1,000,000

 $         (56,998)

 $       943,002

 $        943,002

Elevated water tank for Mainland System

Planning

 $      1,200,000

 $      (100,000)

 $    1,100,000

 $                     -

Elevated water tank for St. Simons Island System

Completed - September 2010

 $      1,200,000

 $   (1,150,000)

 $         50,000

 $          34,260

Water & sewer expansion from Hwy 99 to 341 to 82 to 17

Completed -       May 2007

 $    12,000,000

 $   (9,500,000)

 $    2,500,000

 $     2,115,593

Site, permit & design Mainland WWTP

Pending

 $      5,000,000

 $   (3,500,000)

 $    1,500,000

 $          19,353

Sewer line rehabilitation

Pending

 $      3,500,000

 $   (2,500,000)

 $    1,000,000

 $                     -

Sewer line expansion

Completed -        April 2008

 $      2,000,000

 $   (1,200,000)

 $       800,000

 $        687,745

Sewer pump station rehabilitation

Construction

 $      3,500,000

 $   (2,000,000)

 $    1,500,000

 $     1,445,666

Water line rehabilitation

Pending

 $      2,000,000

 $   (1,500,000)

 $       500,000

 $                     -

Water line expansion

Pending

 $      2,000,000

 $   (1,500,000)

 $       500,000

 $                     -

Exit #29 Treatment Facility

Completed - January 2011

 $      8,000,000

 $                      -

 $    8,000,000

 $     6,946,429

Public Works Complex renovations

Pending

 $      2,500,000

 $   (1,000,000)

 $    1,500,000

 $          37,500

Village Master Plan - capital improvements

Completed -           1) Phase 1 - 2009;

2) Phase 2 - 2010

 $      4,000,000

 $                      -

 $    4,000,000

 $     4,000,000

Georgia State Patrol Headquarters Building

Completed - September 2009

 $      2,000,000

 $             3,263

 $    2,003,263

 $     2,003,263

Charter School

Completed -         March 2009

 $      6,000,000

 $                      -

 $    6,000,000

 $     6,000,000

Dirt road paving

Completed -         August 2009

 $      2,500,000

 $   (1,895,505)

 $       604,495

 $        604,495

Re-surfacing/reconstruction

Completed

 $      5,000,000

 $         101,044

 $    5,101,044

 $     5,101,044

Sidewalks & bike paths

1) Design;                                 2) Design

 $         750,000

 $         100,000

 $       850,000

 $          59,987

Beach access improvements

Design

 $         250,000

 $      (100,000)

 $       150,000

 $                     -

Drainage rehabilitation and improvements

1) Completed -       April 2009               2) Planning

 $      3,500,000

 $                      -

 $    3,500,000

 $        456,981

Replace firefighting & EMS equipment

1) Construction               2) Planning

 $      2,000,000

 $      (800,000)

 $    1,200,000

 $        136,642

Replace major equipment used in drainage and roads maintenance

1) Purchased        

2) Planning

 $      3,000,000

 $   (1,500,000)

 $    1,500,000

 $        695,639

Police and Sheriff Vehicles

Purchase -      Annually

 $      3,250,000

 $                      -

 $    3,250,000

 $     2,454,615

6 GHz Loop Microwave System

Purchased

 $      1,250,000

 $      (400,000)

 $       850,000

 $        750,000

Mobile Data System for Public Safety & Administrative departments

Purchased

 $      1,250,000

 $      (400,000)

 $       850,000

 $        750,000

District 1 - Altamaha Park Improvements

Design

 $         300,000

 $                      -

 $       300,000

 $          33,350

District 1 - Altamaha Park Improvements

Completed - October 2010

 $            25,000

 $                      -

 $         25,000

 $          24,752

District 1 - Blythe Island Regional Park Improvements

Planning

 $            80,000

 $                      -

 $         80,000

 $                     -

District 1 - Blythe Island Regional Park Improvements

Planning

 $         100,000

 $                      -

 $       100,000

 $                     -

District 1 - Blythe Island Regional Park Improvements

Planning

 $         250,000

 $      (100,000)

 $       150,000

 $                     -

District 1 - Brookman Park Improvements

Completed - February 2010

 $            50,000

 $           15,000

 $         65,000

 $          62,389

District 2 - Epworth Park Improvements

Completed - November 2007

 $                       -

 $         280,000

 $       280,000

 $        277,989

District 2 - Mallery Park Improvements

Completed -       March 2010

 $            50,000

 $           15,000

 $         65,000

 $          64,987

District 2 - Mallery Park Improvements

Completed -        March 2010

 $            80,000

 $           55,000

 $       135,000

 $        134,775

District 2 - Neptune Park Improvements

Completed - 

July 2010

 $         100,000

 $         (10,000)

 $         90,000

 $          88,601

District 2 - Demere Park Improvements

Completed -        March 2009

 $         100,000

 $         203,000

 $       303,000

 $        302,089

District 2 - Sports Complex Improvements

Design

 $      1,000,000

 $      (543,000)

 $       457,000

 $                     -

District 3 - North Glynn Recreation Complex Improvements

Planning

 $         350,000

 $      (330,000)

 $         20,000

 $                     -

District 4 - Ballard School Renovation

Completed -           2009

 $      1,000,000

 $         (37,000)

 $       963,000

 $        868,675

District 4 - Ellis Point

Pending

 $                       -

 $           37,000

 $         37,000

 $                     -

District 4 - Ballard Community Building & Gymnasium Improvements

Design

 $         250,000

 $                      -

 $       250,000

 $                     -

District 5 - Selden Park Improvements

Completed -          July 2008

 $         100,000

 $             7,000

 $       107,000

 $        106,309

District 5 - Selden Park Restrooms

Construction - Scheduled completion April 2011

 $                       -

 $         184,802

 $       184,802

 $        184,802

LIDAR Project (GIS Equipment)

Completed - 2007; Update scheduled - 2012

 $      1,500,000

 $      (700,000)

 $       800,000

 $        417,857

Communications Network Enhancement

Planning

 $         500,000

 $      (100,000)

 $       400,000

 $                     -

Jekyll Island Authority Projects

In progress - Reimbursements to Jekyll Island as requested.

 $      3,000,000

 $   (1,125,670)

 $    1,874,330

 $        242,034

City of Brunswick projects

In Progress- Payments made monthly to City of Brunswick

 $    25,964,616

 $   (9,755,526)

 $  16,209,090

 $     7,295,467

Total Cost & Commitments

 

 $  127,449,616

 $ (29,802,590)

 $  97,647,026

 $  53,825,278

Projected SPLOST Revenue

          96,142,613

Estimated Interest Revenue

            1,520,276

Total Revenue Projected

          97,662,889

     97,662,889

Unallocated Budget

            15,863

 

 

            A motion was made by Commissioner Callaway and seconded by Commissioner Strickland to approve the proposed funding allocation revisions for SPLOST 5 projects as reflected above. The motion carried unanimously.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Callaway and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to adjourn to executive session to discuss property acquisition.  The motion carried unanimously.

 

Back in Session

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Callaway and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to adjourn executive session and enter into regular session. The motion carried unanimously.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Hunt and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve the minutes of the Executive Sessions held April 7, 2011, and April 21, 2011.  The motion carried unanimously.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve the County Administrator’s recommendation regarding property acquisition of the two sites recommended by the Jail Advisory Committee. The motion carried unanimously.

 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:05 p.m.

 

 

 

                                                                                    ____________________________

Tom Sublett, Chairman

                                                                                    Board of Commissioners

                                                                                    Glynn County , Georgia

Attest:

 

 

_____________________________

Cindee S. Overstreet, Clerk