MINUTES OF THE GLYNN COUNTY BOARD

OF COMMISSIONERS’

JULY 16, 1998

SPECIAL CALLED AND REGULAR MEETING

GLYNN COUNTY HISTORIC COURTHOUSE



5:00 PM PUBLIC HEARING



Proposed wireless enhanced 911 charge on wireless telecommunications connector within Glynn County.



Presentation by Lee Gilmour regarding 911 charge on wireless telecommunications connector within Glynn County.



The Commissioner heard from the following individual(s) in favor of the proposal:



Dr. Philip R. Saleeby



The Commissioner heard from the following individual(s) opposed to the proposal:



Mr. Charlie Crumbliss



After brief discussion motion by Commissioner Strickland, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark to adopt the proposed resolution as presented with the establishment of a $1.00 surcharge. Vote 2-5 with Commissioner Strickland and Commissioner Jerome Clark voting in favor and Chairperson Tullos, Commissioner Robertson, Commissioner Tommy Clark, Commissioner Hardman and Commissioner Dowdy opposed. Motion failed.



Public Hearing adjourned.

























 



















6:00 PM REGULAR MEETING



PRESENT: Fred E. Tullos, Chairperson

Geraldine "Gerry" Robertson, Vice Chairperson

Jerome Clark, Commissioner

Thomas B. "Tommy" Clark, Commissioner

David L. Dowdy, Commissioner

Jack Hardman, Commissioner

Robert E. Strickland, Commissioner



ALSO PRESENT: Lee Gilmour, County Administrator

Gary Moore, County Attorney

Vanessa D. Mincey, County Clerk

Carl Alexander, Chief of Police



INVOCATION AND PLEDGE



1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES



(A) Approve Minutes of the Joint Meeting held Thursday, June 11, 1998.



Motion to approve by Commissioner Tommy Clark, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark with the following corrections. Unanimously approved.



"1. Commission/Staff Attendance.



Presently reads: "Phil Donahue, Jekyll Island Authority"



Should read: "Bill Donahue, Jekyll Island Authority"





2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES



Presently reads:



A. Approve Minutes of Joint Meeting held April 30, 1998.

B. Approve Minutes of Joint Meeting held May 28, 1998



Motion to approve, subject to any necessary corrections, by Commissioner Robertson seconded by Commissioner Dowdy. Unanimously approved.



Should read:



2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES



A. Approve Minutes of Joint Meeting held April 30, 1998.

B. Approve Minutes of Joint Meeting held May 28, 1998



Motion to approve, subject to any necessary corrections, by Commissioner Robertson seconded by Commissioner Davis. Unanimously approved."



(B) Approve Minutes of Regular Meeting held Thursday, June 18, 1998.



Motion to approve by Commissioner Tommy Clark, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark with necessary corrections. Unanimously approved.



2. EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH



Presentation of Plaque and $50 check to Captain A. L. Thomas, Glynn County Fire Department.



3. PROCLAMATION



C. Adoption of Proclamation honoring Ms. Connie Banks Smith. (G. Robertson)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Tommy Clark, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark. Unanimously approved.



D. Presentation to Firefighter Timothy "Bud" Badyna.

4. Swearing of the following as new police officers for Glynn County.



Ptl. Carl (Tug) Johnson, Jr. Ptl. Ron Harris

Ptl. Terry Grantham Ptl. Lee Dowdy

Ptl. Kevin Jones Ptl. Peter Farrick

Ptl. Keith Stalvey Ptl. Tim Johnson

Ptl. Mark Watson



Motion to approve by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Tommy Clark. Unanimously approved.



5. DELEGATION



Brunswick-Glynn County Development Authority



(A) Request authorization to make a pre-application for Economic Development loans and grants to assist the extension of the North Mainland water & sewer infrastructure (Wildlife Park). (P. Overton)

After brief presentation and discussion, motion to approve by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Tommy Clark. Unanimously approved.



(B) Consider request from the Brunswick and Glynn County Development Authority for approval for a Revolving Loan in the amount of $150,000.00 to Coastal Sleeve Label, Inc. (P. Overton)

After brief presentation and discussion, motion to approve by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy. Unanimously approved.



6. PUBLIC HEARINGS



A. Abandonment

Consider application for abandonment of a 20 foot alley in St. Simons Heights Subdivision, Block L between Second Avenue and Florida Street. Beal F Williams and Elaine P. Williams applicants. (J. Bruner)



The Board heard from the following persons in favor of the of the abandonment.



Beal F. Williams

Elaine P. Williams



The Board heard from the following persons in opposition to the abandonment.



Bonnie Devorak

Paul Donahue



After brief discussion Motion to approve by Commissioner Hardman, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark. Vote 6-1 with Commissioner Robertson opposed.Approved as resolution #R-42-98 with the documents filed per #R-06-98.



B. Zoning



(1) GC-14-98



Request to Rezone Parcel A- from Highway Commercial to Forest Agricultural and Parcel B- from Forest Agricultural to Highway Commercial, two parcels consisting of a total of 40,858 square feet, located on the west side of U. S. Highway 341, approximately 402 feet northwest of Altamaha Park Road and south of Everett Baptist Church, Everett City Community. David & Patricia Douglas, applicants. (R. Milburn)



After brief discussion motion to approve by Commissioner Tommy Clark, seconded by, Commissioner Dowdy, with the following conditions to Parcel-B. Unanimously approved. Approved as resolution#R-43-98 with the documents filed per #R-06-98.



1. No outside storage of any raw materials, with the exception of sand, will be allowed.



2. No washing, grinding, crushing or outside storage of sea shells will be allowed on the property.



3. All sales area, storage of finished products, mixing and pouring must be in permanently designated areas under a building roof.



4. Protective screening will be required at all property lines to visibly separate this use from any adjoining property. Buffer to consist of a 6' solid fence and planting screen to visibly buffer the adjoining property, meeting approval of the Building Official. Said buffer to be installed prior to final inspection or occupancy certificated being issued.

(2) GC-15-98



Request to Rezone from Conservation Preservation to R-6 One-Family Residential 0.6229 acre Island located east of Cart Subdivision; further described as being located approximately 61 feet northeast of North Harrington Road. Joseph & Luanne Fendig, applicants. (R. Milburn)



The Board heard from the following person(s) in favor of the re-zoning application.



Joe Fendig, Applicant

Larry Wade

Harriett Jones



The Board heard from the following person(s) in opposition to the re-zoning application.



S. D. Anderson



After brief discussion motion to approve by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark. Vote 4-3 with Chairperson Tullos, Commissioner Robertson and Commissioner Tommy Clark opposed. Approved as resolution #R-44-98 with the documents filed per #R-06-98



(3) GC-2-98 H



Consider amendment to the Glynn County Zoning Ordinance to; add new section - Article XIV Telecommunications Facilities Ordinance; Amend Section 302. Definitions, add "Telecommunications Facilities"; Amend Language in accordance with the definitions of the proposed Telecommunication Ordinance, Sections Forest Agricultural, 704.2, General Commercial, 712.2, Highway Commercial, 713.2, Limited Industrial, 718.2, Basic Industrial, 719.2 General Industrial, 720.2; Amend Section 714, Freeway Commercial, Subsection 714.2. (R. Milburn)



The Board heard from the following person(s) in favor of the proposed amendment



Jim Gilbert, Representing Bell South Mobility

Mike Stephens, Bell South Mobility

After brief discussion Motion to approve by Commissioner Tommy Clark, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy. Vote 6-1 with Commissioner Robertson opposed. Approved as ordinance amendment #0-1998-10 with the documents filed per #R-06-98



(4) SR-3-98



Consider amendment to the Glynn County Subdivision Regulations to delete Appendix E "Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Ordinance". (R. Milburn)



After brief discussion Motion to approve by Commissioner Jerome Clark, seconded by Commissioner Strickland. Vote 6-1 with Commissioner Hardman opposed.



C. Alcoholic Beverage License



Consider issuance of 1998 Alcoholic Beverage License to Holiday Inn Brunswick @ I-95, 5252 New Jesup Highway, Brunswick, GA. LICENSE TO SELL DISTILLED SPIRITS, MALT BEVERAGES AND WINE FOR CONSUMPTION ON PREMISES WITH SUNDAY SALE PERMITTED. (Occupational Tax)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Strickland, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy. Vote 6-0-1 with Commissioner Tommy Clark abstaining.

7. APPOINTMENTS



A. Coastal Georgia Resource Conservation & Development Council - (1 position)

There was no response from any citizen regarding the filling of this position.

B. Coastal Area District Development Authority - 3 year term

(1 position)



(1) William A. Cullens

(2) William C. Green

(3) Debbie Graham

(4) Tommy Smith



The above list is to be sent to the District Development Authority for their consideration.

C. Brunswick-Glynn County Regional Library Board - 2 Year term (5 positions)



(1) Gladys Martin-Lyde (Currently Serving))

(2) Virginia Ramsey (Currently Serving)

(3) Dale Broussard (Currently Serving

(4) Ron Maulden (Currently Serving)

(5) Beatrice Dismer (Currently Serving)

(6) Paula Meuschke

(7) John N. Rippey

(8) Robert B. Sprouse

(9) Virginia H. Hicks

(10) Christina R. Hogarth



By majority vote the following persons were appointed to serve:



(1) Virginia Ramsey

(2) Dale Broussard

(3) Ron Maulden

(4) Beatrice Dismer

(5) Virginia H. Hicks



D. Glynn County Electrical Advisory Board - 4 Year Term (1 position)



(1) Emory Young (Currently Serving)

(2) James P. Thurman

(3) Ronnie Highsmith



By majority vote the following person was reappointed to serve:



(1) Emory Young

E. Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center's Historic Preservation Advisory Council - 3 Year Term (1 position)

(1) Paula Meuschke

(2) Leon Darren Harper

(3) Penny Hennessy



By majority vote the following person was appointed to serve:

(3) Penny Hennessy

F. Consider appointment of Mr. Abraham Brown to the Glynn County Board of Health Gateway Community Service Board to serve a full two year term.



Motion to approve Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark. Unanimously approved.



G. Consider County concurrence with Brunswick-Glynn County Development Authority nominations.



Motion to approve Commissioner Strickland, Commissioner Jerome Clark. Unanimously approved.



8. CONSENT AGENDA



A. Finance Committee

(1) Recommend denial of the requests from the following citizens that penalties and interest paid on tag registrations be refunded: (Vote: 2-0-0)



a) Mr. O. Robert Berry - $11.00; b) Mr. W. Carl Hamilton - $33.73 (3);

c) Mr. Michael Harvey - $18.24; d) Mr. Walter Kelly - $36.21 (3);

e) Mr. Terry Kevin Lane - $11.00; f) Mr. Darby McCloskey - $19.19;

g) Mr. E.W. Metcalf - $26.35; h) Mr. Kyle O'Keefe - $29.22 (2);

i) Mr. Daniel O'Kelly - $16.08; j) Mr. Lewis Parrish - $23.29;

k) Mr. Carter Ramsey - $61.05 (6); l) Ms. Denise Van Dora - $33.06;

m) Shaler Alias - $29.37.



(2) Recommend approval of the Budget Resolution to revise the FY 97-98 Budgets. (Vote: 2-0-0)



Approved as resolution #R-45-98 with the documents filed per #R-06-98



(3) Recommend awarding the bid for Car Wash Services for the County Fleet to the low bidder, Kwick Kleen Car Wash, Brunswick, GA, at a monthly cost of $9.25 per vehicle for a basic wash and $9.75 per vehicle for a special wash. (Vote: 2-0-0)



(4) Recommend awarding the bid to purchase Uniforms for the Sheriff's Office to lowest complete bidder, Harrison Uniform, Jacksonville, FL, in the amount of $14,726.05. (Vote: 2-0-0)



(5) Recommend awarding the bid for Typewriter Maintenance Agreement for various departments to the low bidder, Brunswick Typewriter, Brunswick, GA, in the amount of $1,998.57. (Vote: 2-0-0)



(6) Recommend the adoption of a policy that the fair market value or the depreciated book value, whichever is lesser, be recorded in the appropriate funds on inter-fund transfers of assets and transfers outside the funds be the greater amount. (Vote: 2-0-0)



(7) Recommend that the Public Works' Department's FY98-99 Capital Budget be increased $19,000.00 to fund the purchase of a loader from the Solid Waste Disposal Fund. (from $31,000.00 to $50,000.00) (Vote: 2-0-0)



(8) Recommend the Commission action to purchase two (2) vehicles from Kings Colonial Ford, Brunswick, GA, which cannot be certified safe after the installation of a body required by the bid specifications, be rescinded and the bid be awarded to the second low bidder Carl Gregory, Brunswick, GA, in the amount of $40,659.00. (Vote: 2-0-0)



(9) Recommend revising the Employee Travel Policy on Partial Day Meal Reimbursement to reimburse meals on out-of-County travel that exceeds five (5) hours. (Vote: 2-0-0)



(10) Recommend the Finance Committee meeting location, while the Historic Courthouse is under renovation; be in the Third Floor Conference Room at the W. Harold Pate Courthouse Annex Building. (Vote: 2-0-0)



B. Personnel Committee

(1) Recommend that Glynn County re-apply for the VOCA grant used to fund the Intake Coordinator position in the Magistrate Court as if the position were full-time including benefits with a final decision on the benefits portion being deferred pending grant approval. (Vote: 3-0)



(2) Recommend to increase by 20% the upper limits of the salary ranges for seasonal, temporary employees. (Vote: 3-0)

C. Pension Administration Committee



(1) Consider Amendment #20 to the Defined Benefit Pension Plan to include the recently approved definition of a full-time employee.



(2) Consider Amendment #21 to the Defined Benefit Pension Plan regarding neutral language.



D. General



(1) Authorize going to bid for all capital projects whose funding is approved in the FY 99 budget.



(2) Authorize, ceasing effective August 1, 1998, the Commissioner Contact reports.



(3) Consider recognition of sublease agreement between the Brunswick and Glynn County Development Authority and Better Ponds and Gardens Inc., d/b/a Island Landscape.



(4) Consider authorizing Commissioner attendance to the 1998 Joint ACCG-GMA Fall Policy Conference, September 30 - October 2, 1998 in Atlanta, Georgia.



Motion to approve consent agenda by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Robertson. Unanimously approved.



GENERAL BUSINESS



9. Consider final approval of Historic Courthouse interior renovation plans. (L. Gilmour)



This item was pulled requiring no Board action at this time.



10. Consider approval of $8,000.00 grant contract with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources for funding assistance for the new Altamaha Park fishing pier. (D. Newbern)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Tommy Clark. Unanimously approved.



11. Authorize Code Enforcement personnel to process and cite all areas of the Glynn County Code of Ordinances after proper training. (L. Gilmour)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark. Unanimously approved.



12. Consider amendments to the Nuisance Abatement Code. (G. Moore)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Jerome Clark, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy. Unanimously approved. Approved as ordinance amendment #0-1998-11 with the documents filed per #R-06-98 .



13. Consider appeal by Ms. Terry Gironda, owner of CJ's Italian Restaurant regarding Tree Board's decision.



Motion by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark to table any action regarding this item until a committee can develop guidelines for the installation of lights in trees, a study regarding the safety of the current lights in the trees now and some compromise can be obtained regarding lights in trees. Unanimously approved.

14. Consider appeal by Sea Palms North Cottages, Singleton Properties, Inc., of the June 30, 1998 Tree Advisory Board decision. (L. Gilmour)

This item was pulled requiring no Board action at this time.



15. Consider request to issue revocable right-of-way permit - 3rd Street (East of Beachview Drive). St. Simons Blue Water Holdings, applicant. (E. Carter)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Strickland, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy, with specific guidelines as to what can and cannot be done with the property. Vote 6-0-1 with Commissioner Robertson abstaining.



16. Consider request to issue revocable right-of-way permit - 115 Peachtree Street. Julie Jordan, applicant. (E. Carter)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Strickland. Unanimously approved.



17. Consider request to issue revocable right-of-way permit - 202 Mallory Street. Cap. Fendig, applicant. (E. Carter)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Robertson. Unanimously approved.



18. Ellis Carter to discuss beach crossover on St. Simons Island. (G. Robertson)



This item was pulled requiring no Board action at this time.



19. Consider request for the adoption of the BATS Services Contract resolution and authorize the Director of Community to sign the Metropolitan Transportation Planning Services Contract. (C. Taylor)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy. Unanimously approved.

20. Discussion regarding the paving of Frederica Road. (G. Robertson)



Motion by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy to approve the resurfacing of Frederica Road to Lawrence Road as soon as dirt road paving is complete with funding from matching funds or SPLOST funds which ever comes first. Unanimously approved.

21. Mr. Taylor Adams to discuss the widening of Frederica Road to three (3) lanes between Sea Island Causeway and Atlantic Blvd. (G. Robertson)



After a brief presentation by Mr. Taylor Adams, Mr. Jim Gould, Mr. Mel Baxter and Frank Quinby and brief discussion, motion by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Strickland to approve the expeditious installation of a center turn lane from Frederica Road from Sea Island Causeway to Atlantic with the funding source identified at the next meeting. Vote 6-0-1 with Chairperson Tullos abstaining.



22. Discussion regarding LARP road paving for 1998, 1999 and 2000. (G. Robertson)



This item was pulled requiring no Board action at this time.



23. Discussion regarding protection for Altamaha Canal. (G. Robertson)



This item was pulled requiring no Board action at this time.



24. Consider delay or change relative to Old Casino restrooms project. (L. Gilmour)

Motion by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Chairperson Tullos to defer work on the project until after public hearing/town hall meeting and plans and funding sources can be identified. Unanimously approved



25. Consider request from Blythe Island Regional Park Advisory Board to spend funds from Timber Revenue to purchase two (2) golf carts not to exceed $3,000.00. (W. Davis)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Hardman, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark. Vote 6-0-1 with Commissioner Robertson abstaining.



26. Consider adjusting "School Zone" speed limits at the former N. H. Ballard Elementary School area. (J. Clark)



Motion to approve adjusting the speed limit to the current speed limit for the neighborhood by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Tommy Clark. Unanimously approved.



27. Consider authorizing Glynn County Schools to install and maintain improvements at Needwood Park, Altamaha Blvd. (W. Davis)



Motion to approve by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark Unanimously approved.



28. Report regarding Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. (J. Bruner)



Motion by Commissioner Tommy Clark, seconded by Commissioner Hardman to go to bid to dig up and lower the road/correct paving project with or without moving or relocating utilities lines with funding provided from the General Fund. Unanimously approved.



29. Consider authorizing contract amendment for Cate Road landfill closure with Jordan, Jones & Goulding. (K. Flanagan)



Motion to approve contract amendment in the amount of $91,750.00 by Commissioner Jerome Clark, seconded by Commissioner Strickland. Vote 6-1 with Commissioner Tommy Clark opposed.



30. Consider authorizing installation of water line at Barnes Plantation to low bidder. (K. Flanagan)



Motion by Commissioner Strickland, seconded by Commissioner Hardman, to award to low bidder, Underground Contractors in the amount of $12,290.00. Unanimously approved.



31. Keith Flanagan to present status report regarding St. Simons Island water/sewer system. (R. Strickland) (This item requested from the 6/18/98 meeting.)



Information purposes only. No Board action required at this time.



32. Discussion relative to Planning Commission. (F. Tullos)



Motion by Chairman Tullos, seconded by Commissioner Robertson to authorize County Attorney to draw up changes to the Glynn County Planning Commission and the ordinance related thereto, to create two (2) planning commissions. One to serve District #2 to be represented by seven (7) members of which all members must be residents of District #2 and appointed in the normal process by the Board of Commissioners. All issues affecting District #2 will be dealt with by the planning commission for District #2. All issues affecting the remaining area of the County will be dealt with by the commission with the change that all those members will be mainland residents appointed in the normal process by the Board of Commissioners. All issues affecting the entire County will be heard by the two (2) separate commissions. There will be two meetings per month with the meeting for both commissions held at Office Park Building. These recommendations are to go before the Planning Commission for public hearing with the results from those hearings back before the Board for its public hearings in 60 days. Vote: 5-2 with Commissioner Dowdy and Commissioner Strickland opposed.



33. Mr. Kerry Janes to discuss Coast Guard Station and Beach issues. (F. Tullos)



This item was pulled requiring no Board action at this time.

34. Consider amendment to the Glynn County Code of Ordinances regarding dogs on St. Simons Island beaches. ( G. Robertson/Chief Alexander)

Motion to approve amendment by Commissioner Robertson, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy. Vote 5-2 with Commissioner Strickland and Commissioner Jerome Clark opposed.



35. Discussion regarding Sea Island Drive Drainage Improvements. (L. Gilmour)



Motion to approve Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark with funding from SPLOST III. Unanimously approved.



36. Review current County practice of paying employees a maximum of 400 hours of accrued annual leave upon termination. (R. Rowell)



Motion by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Strickland to pay the remaining 70 hours of annual leave time to Capt. Blakebrough as part of his retirement. Vote 6-0-1 with Commissioner Robertson abstaining.



37. Hearing Officers report relative to Charity M. Norman. (R. Rowell)



Motion by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Robertson to adjourn to Executive Session for further discussion. Unanimously approved.



Back in Regular Session.



After brief discussion motion by Commissioner Tommy Clark, seconded by Commissioner Robertson to uphold the hearing officers report. Vote 5-0-2 with Commissioner Strickland and Commissioner Dowdy abstaining.



COMMISSIONER URGENT AND EMERGENCY ITEMS



Commissioner Strickland



1) Altamaha Canal Easement.



Motion to approve the release by the County of a 15' portion of a 30' foot easement that runs perpendicular along the Altamaha Canal which was part of a property conveyance between Glynn County and Mr. Pittman by Commissioner Hardman, seconded by Commissioner Dowdy. Unanimously approved.



Commissioner Hardman



Discussion of Water System #1 update letter.



Commissioner Robertson - None



Commissioner Jerome Clark



One item for discussion for Executive Session regarding Personnel issue.



Commissioner Tommy Clark - None



Commissioner Dowdy



1. Discussion regarding 25' buffer located at Crows Nest Condominiums, St. Simons Island.



Motion by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Hardman to rescind letter to Crow's Nest Condominium owners regarding removal of the fence from the 25' buffer area along Massengale Park and enter into negotiations regarding placement of said fence. Vote: 6-1 with Commissioner Robertson opposed.



2. Request a report from Police Chief regarding the status of the Metro Drug Squad operations for the August 6, 1998 Board of Commissioners meeting.



Chairman Tullos



Request that warning signs be posted at the Pier area regarding exposed foundations and rocks submerged under water during high tide.



CHIEF OF POLICE ITEMS - None



COUNTY ATTORNEY ITEMS



1. Request authorization to hire the consulting firm of David N. Griffith and Associates to assist with the negotiations of the cable franchise agreement with Century Communications under previously established spending cap.



Motion to approve Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Tommy Clark. Unanimously approved



2. Notification regarding the lifting of the Federal Oversite order imposed on the Detention Center.



3. An item of pending/potential litigation for discussion in Executive Session.



ADMINISTRATOR ITEMS



1. Consider adoption of a resolution regarding the County's participation in the FEMA Project Impact Disaster Ligation.



Motion to approve Commissioner Hardman, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark. Unanimously approved



2. Consider acceptance of a Georgia Forestry Grant regarding master planning for Altamaha Park.



Motion by Commissioner Tommy Clark, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark to accept grant from Georgia Forestry. Unanimously approved.

Motion by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark to adjourn to Executive Session to discuss matters regarding personnel and possible/potential litigation. Unanimously approved



Back in Regular Session



Motion by Commissioner Dowdy, seconded by Commissioner Jerome Clark to follow County Attorney's recommendation regarding Beach Drive.



Point of Privilege



Brief statement by Commissioner Dowdy regarding Hospital Authority Board meeting.



Meeting Adjourned.















Board of Commissioners

Glynn County, Georgia





_______________________________

Fred Tullos, Chairman



Attest:





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Vanessa D. Mincey, Clerk