MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

GLYNN COUNTY, GEORGIA

HELD AT THE NEW COURTHOUSE

THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2000 AT 6:00 PM





PRESENT: Thomas B. "Tommy" Clark Chairperson

Jerome Clark, Vice Chairperson

Jeff Chapman, Commissioner

David L. Dowdy, Commissioner

Geraldine "Gerry" Robertson, Commissioner

Fred E. Tullos, Commissioner

Henri Woodman, Commissioner



ALSO PRESENT: Mark Eckert, County Administrator

Gary Moore, County Attorney

Vanessa D. Mincey, County Clerk

Chief Carl Alexander, Police Department



INVOCATION AND PLEDGE



1. PRESENTATIONS TO OUTGOING CHAIRPERSON AND VICE-CHAIRPERSON AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

  • Commissioner Geraldine Robertson, District #2
  • Commissioner David Dowdy, At-Large Post 2



CHAIRMAN COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS



Personnel Committee (3 appointments)



Commissioner Gerry Robertson, Chairman

Commissioner Tommy Clark

Commissioner Henri Woodman



Finance Committee (3 appointments)



Commissioner Tullos, Chairman

Commissioner Jerome Clark

Commissioner David Dowdy





Inter-Agency Criminal Justice Task Force (3 appointments)



Commissioner Jeff Chapman, Chairman

Commissioner David Dowdy

Commissioner Jerome Clark



Pension Committee (2 appointments)



Commissioner Jerome Clark, Chairperson

Commissioner Tommy Clark



Board of Health (1 appointment)



Commissioner Henri Woodman



Tourism Bureau (1 appointment)



Commissioner Jeff Chapman



LEPC (1 appointment)



Commissioner Fred Tullos



Information Technology Advisory Committee



Commissioner David Dowdy, Chairperson

Commissioner Fred Tullos,

Commissioner Jeff Chapman



Coastal Georgia RDC Board (2 appointments)



Commissioner Jeff Chapman

Commissioner Jerome Clark



Rape Crisis Board

Commissioner Henri Woodman



BATS Committee

Commissioner Geraldine Robertson





2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES



(A) Approve minutes of the Regular Meeting held Thursday, December 16, 1999.



A motion was made by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Robertson to approve to above referenced minutes subject to any necessary corrections. Unanimously approved.



Item currently reads:



"5:00 PM WORK SESSION



Discussion regarding the Budget Process for Fiscal Year 00/01.



A brief presentation was made by Mark Eckert, County Administrator regarding parameters for FY 01 budget preparation and a proposed budget calendar. After review by the Board it was their consensus that the parameters and budget calendar as presented by the Administrator were acceptable.



The following items were identified by the Board as issues the Budget Team would review or address during the budget process as well as long term planning objectives for future development for Glynn County.



  • General Fund Reserve Fund balance of $10,000,000.00. (Equivalent to three (3) months operating and personnel expenditures)
  • Paving of all dirt roads in District #4
  • Paving of all dirt roads in District #2"

Item should read:



"5:00 PM WORK SESSION



Discussion regarding the Budget Process for Fiscal Year 00/01.



A brief presentation was made by Mark Eckert, County Administrator regarding parameters for FY 01 budget preparation and a proposed budget calendar. After review by the Board it was their consensus that the parameters and budget calendar as presented by the Administrator were acceptable.



The following items were identified by the Board as issues the Budget Team would review or address during the budget process as well as long term planning objectives for future development for Glynn County.



  • General Fund Reserve Fund balance of $10,000,000.00. (Equivalent to three (3) months operating and personnel expenditures)
  • Paving of all dirt roads in Glynn County"



(B) Approve minutes of the Work Session held Tuesday, December 21, 1999



A motion was made by Commissioner Jerome Clark, seconded by Commissioner Tullos to approve the above referenced minutes subject to any necessary corrections. Unanimously approved.



    • Approve corrections to the minutes of the Regular Meeting held October 7, 1999



A motion was made by Commissioner Tullos, seconded by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark to approve the above referenced minutes subject to any necessary corrections. Unanimously approved.

3. EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH



Presentation of Plaque and $50 check to Kathy Bryant, Glynn County Recreation Department.



4. PROCLAMATION



Adoption of Proclamation honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (J. Clark)



A motion was made by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark, seconded by Chairman Tommy Clark to approve the above referenced proclamation. Unanimously approved.



5. PUBLIC HEARINGS



POINT OF PRIVILEGE



Due to the large number of persons in attendance relative to the Rafters appeal this item was moved from its original order on the agenda.



  • Alcoholic Beverage Licenses



Consider appeal by Rafters, 315 Mallory Street, St. Simons Island, of the Board of Commissioners failure to renew 2000 Alcoholic Beverage License. LICENSE TO SELL DISTILLED SPIRITS, MALT BEVERAGES AND WINE ON PREMISES. NO SUNDAY SALES PERMITTED. (G. Moore)



The Board heard from the following person(s)

In Favor



Grayson Lane, representing Rafters

Judge Ernest Gilbert, Chief Magistrate (Appeared as a witness for applicant)

Paul Mozoe

Steve Saddler

Opposed



Nancy Stewart

Roy Hodnet

Joan Hetzler

Libby Hogan

Haven Paxton

After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Tullos, seconded by Commissioner Woodman to renew the above alcoholic beverage license. Motion carries with a vote of 5-2 with Chairman Tommy Clark and Commissioner Dowdy opposed



(A) Zoning - Land Use

1. GC-26-99



Request to re-zone 2.469 acres to General Residential, subject property's southerly beginning point being the northwest corner of Ledbetter Avenue and Frederica Road; subject property described as :



Area 1 - From R-6 One-Family Residential to General Residential, Lots 1-9 of Central Park Subdivision consisting of 47,334 square feet

having 100.11 feet of frontage on the west side of Frederica Road and 477.70 feet of frontage on Ledbetter Avenue;









Area 2 - From Planned Commercial to General Residential, 31958 square feet (former site of the Whitfield School) having 130.31 feet of frontage on the west side of Frederica Road, and lying immediately north of Area 1; and



Area 3 - From Planned Development (34-80) to General Residential, 28,275 square feet, subject property lying immediately west of Area 2 and north of Area 1. Coastal Health Management Associates, Inc., & Stroud Family Limited Partnership, property owners. (C. Taylor)

This item was deferred from the Board's December 2, 1999 meeting.



The Board heard from the following person(s)



In Favor



Roger Steffans, applicant representative

Tommy Stroud, applicant



Opposed



Gary Moore, resident Ledbetter Ave, SSI

Nancy Thomason

Marilyn Marsh

Jonathan Chubb

After brief discussion no action was taken on this item.

      • GC-28-99



Request to re-zone from Forest Agricultural to Local Commercial, 5 Acres located on the west side of Cate Road, located approximately 500 feet south of Timber Ridge Subdivision and 1,759 feet north of Golden Isles Parkway. C. Allison Chapman, Jr., applicant. (C. Taylor)



The Board heard from the following person(s)



Jim Gilbert, representing applicant



After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Woodman, seconded by Commissioner Tullos to approve the above referenced rezoning with the condition that there be a proper legal document recorded limiting its use for the next twenty (20) years.



After further discussion Commissioner Woodman amends her motion withdrawing the twenty (20) year limited use requirement. Commissioner Tullos as seconder agrees to the amendment. Unanimously approved as resolution #R-01-00 with the original filed per #R-06-98.

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  • GC-34-99



Request to amend the Planned Development Zoning Text and Master Plan for the Golden Isles Gateway Tract (8-94); subject property consists of 7,824 acres, extending approximately 5 miles along both the east and west sides of I-95 from Exit 8 and 9; east of I-95 the property is bound on the north by Georgia Highway 99, on the east and north by U.S. Highway 17, on the east by Glynco Parkway and by the Golden Isles Parkway ob the south. West of I-95, Georgia Highway 99 splits the subject property in the northern portion while the southern portion is bounded by Spur 25/F-009 Spur, Cate Road and Canal Road; purpose of amendment is to re-designate land uses within the Golden Isles Gateway Tract. The Branigar Organization, Inc., application. (C. Taylor)



The Board heard from the following person(s)



Bill Christian, Christian & Associates, representing The Branigar Organization.

Cameron Bland, representing Branigar Organization

Jeff Hattleburton, Thomas & Hutton

Jan Casey, area resident

Henry Young, area resident



Opposed



George Allison, area resident

Richard Nior, area resident

Al Chapman





After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Woodman, seconded by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark to approve the amendment to the Planned Development Zoning Text as outlined in the Branigar Organization Inc., supplement, (herein referred to as Exhibit A) with the additional provision of supplemental planting/buffering material within the fifty (50') foot tree buffer. Said planting subject to approval by the Board of Commissioners. Motion carries with a vote of 6-1 with Commissioner Tullos opposed. Approved as resolution #R-02-00 with the original filed per #R-06-98.

  • GC-35-99



Consider request to re-zone from R-12 One-Family Residential to R-9 One-Family Residential Lots 2, 3, & 4 Black Banks Subdivision, consisting of 2.722 acres fronting 420.20 feet on the east side of Frederica Road, beginning 166.53 feet north of Plantation Way. HILL-LEW, Property Owners. (C. Taylor)



A motion was made by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Tullos to defer the above referenced rezoning application to the Board's January 20,2000 meeting. Unanimously approved.



  • GC-36-99



Request to re-zone from R-9 One-Family Residential to General Commercial, Lots 28 & 29 L. M. Kinstle Subdivision, consisting of 2.44 cares located on the southwest corner of Lansing Street and Scranton Road. Frances B German, applicant. (C. Taylor)



The Board heard from the following person(s)



In Favor



Eugene Caldwell, resenting the applicant



Opposed



Roland Holmes, area resident







After brief discussion A motion was made by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Chapman to approve the above referenced rezoning application with the following conditions. Unanimously approved as resolution #R-03-00 with the original filed per #R-06-98.



  • Ingress/egress limited to Scranton Road only.
  • 30 foot planted screening buffer with a 6 foot wooden fence.



6. GC-37-99



Request to re-zone 13.47 acres known as a Portion of the G. V. Whorton Estate, as follows:



Tract 1 From Forest Agricultural to Highway Commercial, 10.69 acres, located on the northwest corner of U.S. Highway 341 (641.28 feet of frontage) and Crispen Boulevard (550.33 feet of frontage)



Tract 2 From Limited Industrial to Highway Commercial, 2.78 acres located immediately west of Tract 1 and having 421.18 feet of frontage on the north side of Crispen Boulevard. Suntrust Bank, SE GA as Trustee, applicant. (C. Taylor)



The Board heard from the following person(s)



In Favor

Johnny Kaufman, listing agent for applicant

Evan Mathis, Commercial Real Estate Agent



Opposed



Margaret Thrower

Harry Driggers



A motion was made by Commissioner Chapman, seconded by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark to defer to the January 20, 2000 meeting. Motion carries with a vote of 6-0-1 with Commissioner Tullos abstaining.







After further discussion Commissioner Chapman amends his motion with Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark amending his second, to defer the this item to the February 3, 2000 meeting. Motion carries with a vote of 6-0-01 with Commissioner Tullos abstaining.



      • GC-2-99K



Consider amending the Glynn County Zoning Ordinance, Section 302. Definitions, to provide for the allowance of intrusions into yard setbacks for driveways and patios on grade for all lots and to allow up to an eighteen inch intrusion of eaves into yard setbacks for certain lots and for other purposes. (C. Taylor)



The Board heard from the following person(s)



In Favor



Robert Ussery, local architect

Terry Driggers, local architect



Opposed



David Newton, local architect

Kevin Hilderbrand

Nancy Hilderbrand

S. C. Anderson



Wayne Nunke, Glynn County Environmental Health

After brief discussion a motion was made by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark, seconded by Commissioner Tullos to approve the amendment to the Zoning ordinance as recommended by the Planning Commission. Motion carries with a vote of 5-2 with Commissioner Woodman and Commissioner Robertson opposed. Approved as Ordinance #0-2000-01 with the original filed per #R-06-98.





"Yard



A required open space located on the same lot as the principal building and which is unoccupied and unobstructed from ground to sky, except for tree or shrub growth, fences, walls, driveways, walkways, patios on



grade, heating/air-conditioning units on grade, subject to height limitations as indicated, except where encroachment of utilities and accessories are expressly permitted. Said exception shall also include the encroachment of eaves, up to eighteen (18) inches into the required yard."



  • CONSENT AGENDA
    • Finance Committee



1. Approve corrections to the 1999 digest as recommended by the Board of Assessors and/or Chief Appraiser at their November 17, 1999 and December 1, 1999 meetings. (Vote: 3-0-0)

      • Approve declaration of surplus items, which will be sold at the County Auction on January 29, 2000. (Vote: 3-0-0)

3. Approval of the proposed Budget Preparation Calendar. (Vote: 3-0-0)

4. Approve the request from Mr. Timothy L. Barton, Public Defender, for a $45.00 monthly cellular telephone allowance. (Vote: 3-0-0)

5. Authorize staff to file a $19,000.00 Governor's Discretionary Fund application to finance the installation of a 2" water line to serve the homes along Ash and Magnolia Streets subject to a letter from Mr. Bill Powell, City of Brunswick, validating the cost. (Vote: 3-0-0)

Per the Administrator this item was pulled from the agenda and requires no Board action at this time.

6. Authorize staff to increase Blythe Island Regional Park camping facilities rates. (Vote: 3-0-0)

7. Award the bid for Paving 4.61 miles on 25 county roads to the lowest responsive bidder, Littlefield Construction, Waycross, GA, in the amount of $1,032,253.50. (Vote: 3-0-0)



  • Award the bid for Pennick Road Box Culverts to the lowest responsive bidder, Lee McCurdy Construction, St. Mary's, GA in the amount of $45,300.00, with funding from GEMA. (Vote: 3-0-0)
  • Authorize staff to go to bid for Windward Drive/Great Oaks Drive Water System Improvements. (Vote: 3-0-0)
  • Authorize staff to carry forward budgets for purchase orders outstanding on June 30, 1999. (Vote: 3-0-0)
  • Authorize staff to set up an income producing microchip identification program for Animal Control. (Vote: 3-0-0)
  • Approve Motorola/Lodestar as providers for the 800 MHz System. (Vote: 3-0-0) (This item is from the December 21, 1999, special called Finance Committee Meeting)
  • Authorize staff to work with Motorola/Lodestar to prepare a contract for submittal to the County to purchase and install the 800 MHz System proposed with the modifications as set forth by staff in an amount not to exceed $4,682,278.00. (Vote: 3-0-0) (This item is from the December 21, 1999, special called Finance Committee Meeting)

B. Personnel Committee

      • Approve a request from County Engineer Jim Bruner to downgrade the position of Equipment Operator I to Data Entry Records Clerk resulting in a budgetary savings. (Vote 3-0)
      • Approve a request from County Engineer Jim Bruner to change the titles of all Public Works currently classified as Division Managers to Division Supervisors with no budgetary impact. (Vote: 3-0)
      • Approve a request from Personnel Director Rebecca Rowell to renew the contract with Total Pharmacy Management for prescription drug services at no cost increase for a period not to exceed 90 days. (Vote: 3-0)
      • Approve a request from Personnel Director Rebecca Rowell to award the contract for prescription drug services for calendar year 2000 to Pharnacy Advantage System. (Vote: 3-0)



      • Approve a request from Personnel Director Rebecca Rowell to renew the contract with Georgia Healthcare Partnership (GHP) as third party administrator for health claims for one year at a cost of $118.56 per employee per month. (Vote: 3-0)
      • Approve a request from Personnel Director Rebecca Rowell to recommend certain changes to the Personnel Policy and direct staff to conduct employee hearings on these changes in accordance with the Personnel Policy. (Vote: 3-0)
      • Approve a request from Personnel Director Rebecca Rowell to approve the COBRA rates for calendar year 2000. (Vote: 3-0)

A motion was made by Commissioner Tullos, seconded by Commissioner Chapman to approve the above referenced Consent Agenda with the exception of items 6-A(5) which required no Board action and 6-B(2) which was pulled for discussion. Unanimously approved.

ITEM(S) PULLED FROM CONSENT AGENDA FOR DISCUSSION

  • CONSENT AGENDA

B. Personnel Committee

2. Approve a request from County Engineer Jim Bruner to change the titles of all Public Works currently classified as Division Managers to Division Supervisors with no budgetary impact. (Vote: 3-0)

After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to send this item back to the Personnel Committee for further review. Motion carries with a vote of 6-1 with Chairman Tommy Clark opposed.

  • ITEMS DEFERRED FROM FINANCE COMMITTEE
  • Recommend approval of a budget correction of $38,500 for the Tax Commissioner's office. (Vote: 2-1-0)

At the request of Ms. Florence Dees, Tax Commissioner this item was pulled and requires no Board action at this time.



  • Recommend awarding the contract for Indigent Legal Counsel to Mr. Bart Altman, Brunswick, GA, in the amount of $42,000.00. (Vote: 2-1-0)

The Board heard from the following person(s)

Bart Altman, Attorney, Public Defenders office

James Yancey, Attorney, Private Attorney

After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Chapman, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to award the bid for Indigent Legal Counsel to the low bidder Mr. Bart Altman, in the amount of $42,000. Motion carries with a vote of 6-1 with Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark opposed

GENERAL BUSINESS

8. Consider approval of Final Plat for Bedford Acres Subdivision. Property located at Old Jesup and New Sterling Road. SBS Investments, Inc., applicant. (C. Taylor)

The Board heard from the following person(s)

Ben Slade, applicant

A motion was made by Commissioner Tullos, seconded by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark to approve the above referenced Final Plat. Unanimously approved.

  • Consider approval of a drainage easement shown on a minor subdivision plat submitted for a portion of the George S. Scarlett Estate. Property located at the northeast quadrant of Highway 303 and Taylor Drive. Mary Stevens, property owner. (C. Taylor)

A motion was made by Commissioner Tullos, seconded by Chairman Tommy Clark to approve the above referenced drainage easement, subject to review by the County Attorney. Unanimously approved.

  • Consider submitting the following applications for funding from the Legislative Assistance Fund. (D. Newbern)

* Beverly Shores Basketball County development - $10,000.00

* Playground improvements at Massengale Park and Selden Park - $20,000.00



* Altamaha Park Improvements - $10,000.00

* Animal Control Building - Base and paving of access road and parking lot - $21,000.00

* North Glynn Recreation Park - Ballfield lighting assistance - $50,000.00

* Funding for turn lanes at US 17/US 82/ SR 303.

After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Tullos, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to approve submitting the above referenced Legislative Assistance applications for the above programs. Unanimously approved with the following funding changes.

  • Animal Control Building - Base and paving of access road and parking lot - $30,000.00
  • Funding for turn lanes at US 17/US 82/ SR 303. - $30,000.00
  • Recognition of Sublease Agreement No. DTF A06-99-L-20096 between Brunswick and Glynn County Development Authority and The United State of America (Federal Aviation Administration) for the Federal Aviation Administration's Systems Service Center located at the Malcolm B. McKinnon Airport. (S. Brian)

A motion was made by Commissioner Chapman, seconded by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark to recognize the above referenced sublease agreement. Unanimously approved.

  • Consider authorizing Commissioner attendance to the NACo Legislative Conference 2000, March 3 - 7, 2000, Washington, D. C. (G. Robertson)

A motion was made by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to authorize commissioner attendance. Unanimously approved.

  • Consider request from Superior Court Judge James R. Tuten for the use of a transition secretary. (M. Eckert)

A motion was made by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark to approve the above request for use of a transition secretary for three (3) weeks of training in an amount not to exceed $2,047.83. Funding source: General Fund Fund Balance. Unanimously approved.



  • Consider execution of a County Right-of-Way agreement for GA/DOT project PR-8518-5 (127) Glynn County for Massengale Park, St. Simons, subject to review and contract approval by the County Attorney, and authorize Chairman to execute same on behalf of the Board of Commissioners. (J. Bruner)

A motion was made by Chairperson Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to execute the above referenced agreement. Unanimously approved.

  • Discussion regarding the installation of street lighting at Highway 303/Anchor Drive intersection. (T. Clark/D. Dowdy)

After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark to install street lighting at the above referenced intersection. Unanimously approved.

  • Authorize Chairman to execute all documents necessary to have County funds returned to Glynn County. (G. Moore)

A motion was made by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Tommy Clark to authorize chairman to execute all documents necessary to return funds being held by the Department of Revenue of the State of Georgia to Glynn County in an amount totaling approximately $107,379.00. Unanimously approved.

  • Report on PBX System Satisfaction Survey. (J. Pereles)

Informational purposes only. No Board action required nor taken at this time.

  • Report from committee formed by the Commission to meet with representative of Mr. Holmes regarding Floyd Street wall. (G. Robertson) (September 16, 1999 meeting held September 23, 1999)

After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark to approve the issuance of a revocable permit, subject to the following conditions, at 100 Floyd Street, St. Simons Island Motion carries with a vote of 6-1 with Commissioner Robertson opposed.

  • Upon notification to the applicant of Glynn County's intent to exercise its property rights regarding the easement at 100 Floyd Street, the applicant shall remove from said easement vegetation (azaleas) and fencing including white picket fencing and brick wall as referenced in an agreement between Glynn County and Mr. William K. Holmes.



19. Discussion regarding the following traffic safety concerns:

* Road markings at Highway 303/341 Intersection

* Road markings at Altama Connector and Spur 25

* Signage on F. J. Torres Causeway

After brief discussion the following staff directives were given:

* Road markings at Highway 303/341 Intersection - Contact GA/DOT and request repainting of road markings at intersection with left turn arrow placed further back to allow traffic adjustment (Community Rd into 341/303 intersection) and remove portion of concrete median on 341 at 303 intersection and extend left turn lane onto 303.

* Road markings at Altama Connector and Spur 25 - Do a traffic safety study on the Altama Connector Road to determine any traffic improvements necessary regarding safety in this congestive area.

* Signage on F. J. Torres Causeway - Commissioner Chapman will talk to Tourism Bureau regarding

20. Consider accepting resignation and separation agreement of William Piper. (G. Moore)

A motion was made by Commissioner Tullos, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to accept the resignation and separation agreement of William Piper. Unanimously approved.

  • A motion was made by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Robertson to add to the agenda an item regarding approximately 80 indigent defense cases remaining under Mr. James Yancey's 1999 contract. Unanimously approved.

After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Vice-Chairman Jerome Clark to have Mr. Ralph Guarracino, Purchasing Agent negotiate a rate with Mr. Yancey for continued representation and final disposition of approximately 80 indigent defense cases remaining under his 1999 contract and bring it back to the Board for its consideration. Unanimously approved.

22. A motion was made by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Chapman to add to the agenda discussion regarding items of pending/potential litigation. Unanimously approved.



After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Chapman to adjourn to Executive Session to discuss item(s) of pending/potential litigation. Unanimously approved.

23. A motion was made by Commissioner Chapman, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to add to the agenda discussion regarding item(s) relative to personnel. Unanimously approved.

After brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Chapman, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to adjourn to Executive Session to discuss item(s) regarding personnel. Unanimously approved.

Back in Regular Session

A motion was made by Commissioner Tullos, seconded by Commissioner Woodman to accept the two (2) recommendations of the County Attorney. Unanimously approved.

Meeting Adjourned.

Board of Commissioners

Glynn County Georgia



Attest: ____________________________________

Tommy Clark, Chairman

___________________________

Vanessa D. Mincey, Clerk