AGENDA AND MINUTES

           

            REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

            GLYNN COUNTY, GEORGIA

            HELD THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1994 AT 8:30 A.M.

 

PRESENT:                             Chairman, James E. Miller

Vice Chair, Virginia Gunn

Commissioner Jack Hardman

Commissioner Gladys Lyde

Commissioner Robert H. Boyne

Commissioner W. Harold Pate

 

ABSENT:                               Commissioner Milton Lynn

 

ALSO PRESENT:                 Administrator Lee Gilmour

County Attorney Gary Moore

Carol Summerour, Acting Clerk

 

STAFF PRESENT:                Desiree Watson

Cynthia Williams

Carl Alexander

Carl Johnson

Jim Nazzrie

Keith Flanagan

Ray Richard

 

INVOCATION:                     Commissioner Robert H. Boyne

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

 

ADOPT PROCLAMATION HONORING ST. ANDREWS PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

 

Motion to adopt made by Commissioner Pate and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

1.         Approval of Minutes

 

Approve Minutes of Regular Meeting held May 19, 1994.

 

Motion to approve subject to corrections listed below and others that may be necessary made by Commissioner Hardman and seconded by Commissioner Pate:

 

Page 11, Paragraph Four

 

Now Reads:

Commissioner Gunn stated that she is very proud of what the Water & Sewer Commission has done the best few months, and she said she feels these people deserve a chance to prove themselves.

 

Should Read:

 

Commissioner Gunn stated that she is very proud of what the Water & Sewer Commission has done the last few months, and she said she feel s these people deserve a chance to prove themselves.

 

Page 29, Paragraph One

 

Now Reads:

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Lynn and seconded by Commissioner Lynn to adjourn to Executive Session.

 

Should Read:

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Lynn and seconded by Commissioner Boyne to adjourn to Executive Session.

 

Motion to adopt Minutes of May 19, 1994 unanimously adopted.

 

2.         CITIZEN COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

a)         Inter-Agency Criminal Justice Task Force

 


Committee Chairman Jack Hardman reported that the Fast Track System is still working very well;  however he added that the new "Two Strikes You're Out" state law will not only cause jail populations to increase throughout the state but will also cause delays in the time it takes the state to pick up their prisoners.  He said the Inter-Agency Criminal Justice Task Force is searching for ways to conserve tax dollars and expedite the system and welcomed assistance in doing so.

 

b)         Recreation Board

 

In the absence of Recreation Board Chairman Roy Garren, Recreation Director Cynthia Williams gave the following report:

 

pools opening this Saturday at the Casino and Selden Park at 1:00 p.m.  Ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled at Selden at 1:00 p.m. before opening the pool for swimming;

 

two vendors so far at the Coast Guard beach selling concessions;

Day Camp begins June 13 at the Casino and Selden Park;

 

new girls and boys summer softball leagues for ages 7-12, registration begins next week.  No uniforms, just providing service;

 

Glynn County will be hosting all the District 2, G.R.P.A. softball tournaments this summer;

 

extension cords are no longer being used with pitching machines, underground wiring instead, so far, so good;

 

Request from St. Marks Neighborhood Ministry, which is a branch of St. Marks Episcopal Church, to assist them in a Federal grant application by suing Glynn County facilities for recreation in the afternoons for forty (40) at-risk kids in 1995.  Mr. Williams stated that what would be required of Glynn County for this is allowing them to use County facilities in the afternoons, which they will pay for, and providing technical assistance to them in the hiring and training of counselors.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Boyne to approve Glynn County acting as support for this grant application and helping by providing technical advice and assistance.  Motion seconded by Commissioner Lyde.  Unanimously adopted.

 

Ms. Williams reported that Glynn County did not receive funding from a recent $15,000 D.N.R. grant for various reasons.

 

Following that report by Ms. Williams, a motion was made by Commissioner Boyne and seconded by Commissioner Lyde that the Chairman send a letter to the ACCG and Glynn County's local legislative body requesting that they support a special funding source for local parks in the state of Georgia.  Unanimously adopted.

 

c)         Blythe Island Regional Park Advisory Board

 

No separate report given.

 

d)         Casino Advisory Board

 

No separate report given.

 

e)         Selden Park Advisory Committee

 

No separate report given.

 

 f)         Environmental Review Committee

 

Shelby Childers, Chairman for the Environmental Review Committee, reported that at the last meeting of the Committee a motion was adopted to support the formation of a Local Emergency Planning Committee.

 

Commissioner Lyde asked for a report on the Local Emergency Planning Committee, and Chairman Miller reported that the Committee has met one time and plans to meet again at Hercules on June 9.  Chairman miller added that he will provide a report as soon as something substantial develops.

 

g)         Solid Waste Advisory Committee

 

No report given.

 

h)         Animal Control Advisory Board

 

No report given.

 

i)          Airport commission

 


Airport Manager Gary Moore was present to request that the Board plan to take official action at their June 16 meeting to accept a Federal grant of approximately $1 million for the resurfacing of the runway at Glynco Jetport provided there is no obligation of county funds and that bids will be accepted by the F.A.A.  He added that bids will be opened for this project on June 20 and final bid information and grant acceptance must be provided to the Federal government  no later than June 30.  Mr. Moore said that since the Board does not meet between the 20th and 30th of June, he would appreciate their pre-acceptance of this grant application based on the conditions so stated.

 

It was the consensus from the Chairman, County Administrator and County Attorney that this would not be a problem.

 

j)          Water & Sewer Commission

 

Water & Sewer Commission Chairman Howard Taylor began his report by stating that Vice Chair Ken Enney would be giving a report on possible sabotage at the waste treatment plant.

 

Mr. Taylor then announced that repairs and replacements are being made at the Harrington Plant as necessary and construction there is moving along nicely.  He alerted the Board to the possibility of having to replace the walls at this plant in the near future.  He added that improvements have been made in the area of personnel and the department is running smoothly.  Mr. Taylor said another potential problem may exist in the well casing of the pump at the airport due to rest, but he stated he would have a report later on what needs to be done there.

 

Commissioner Boyne asked whether or not service has been provided in the Royal Oaks Subdivision, and Mr. Taylor replied that it has.

 

Commissioner Boyne recommended that the Water & Sewer Commission consider two new water towers and two new wells in Districts 1 and 3 to provide services and improve our capabilities.  Commissioner Boyne also asked that Mr. Taylor placed this item on the agenda of the next Water & Sewer Commission meeting for discussion.

 

Mr. Taylor responded that he agrees that a tower is desperately needed on the north end.  He added that for some reason a letter was written by a previous Water & Sewer Commission a while back to GEFA stating that a loan was not needed.  He added that these loans are usually in the area of $800,000 or so depending on the size of the project.

 

Commissioner Hardman stated that some of the suggestions being made are included in the Water & Sewer Long-Range Plan and also some are included in the recommendations for the Sales Tax.  He urged that the Commission look at using the Sales Tax as a funding source for these projects.

 

Mr. Taylor said that arrangements for these GEFA loans need to be made regardless of the Sales Tax.  He suggested that the Board consider allocating some of the additional revenue, maybe $1 million a year or so, from the hotel/motel tax as a funding source to pay back GEFA loans.

 

Chairman Miller suggested that at their next meeting Water & Sewer Commission authorize a letter be sent to the SPLOST Recommendation Committee asking that the Water & Sewer Commission be placed at the head of the list to discuss the needs of water & sewer.  Commissioner Hardman stated that the SPLOST Committee would be delighted to hear from them.

 

Commissioner Boyne stated that he did not recall this Commission ever turning down a GEFA loan, and he said he did not  believe the request ever got to them.

 

Commissioner Boyne also commented on the approach for the SPLOST and suggested that three major categories be identified for the public;  road, water & sewer and landfill.  Commissioner Boyne again urged the Water & Sewer Commission to move forward to locate a funding source to put water towers and wells in District 1 and 3.

 

Commissioner Hardman asked County Attorney Gary Moore if the Water & Sewer Commission gets a GEFA loan, and at a later date the SPLOST takes effect, can SPLOST monies be used to repay the GEFA loan.  Attorney Moore stated that he could not answer that question but would look into it and report back.

 

Mr. Taylor announced a special Executive Session of the Water & Sewer Commission, Friday, June 3 at 4:00 p.m. in order to review approximately 28 resumes for Director.  Chairman Miller added that another meeting is scheduled for June 8 to review a short list with hopes of having someone on board by July 18.

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

Ordinances & Resolutions

 

 3.        Amend Code of Ordinances to repeal 1939 home rule to remove provision which requires auditors to be changed every year.

 

County Attorney stated that the proposed amendment to the Code is to be read aloud and adopted i two consecutive meetings.  This being the first of two, Mr. Moore read the proposed amendment aloud.

 

A motion to adopt was made by Commissioner Boyne and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

INSERT

 


Chairman Miller asked that Ken Enney report on the recent incident at Water & Sewer which is suspected to be sabotage.  Mr. Enney reported that around the 17th of May a chlorine valve was found open putting part of the plant into shock.  Additionally, since then, there has been additional apparent sabotage involving the ultrasonic censors for the inflow of raw sewage, and an unknown chemical was introduced into the digester of the new plant.

 

Mr. Enney added that it is obvious the person or persons involved has some technical knowledge of water & sewer operation.  He added that the matter is being investigated by the police department and security has been increased.

 

Police Chief Carl Alexander said that the police department has made some safety and security suggestions.  He added that a full investigation is underway and stated that he would rather not discuss publicly what security measures are being taken at this time.

 

Commissioner Boyne suggested a police officer be on site at all time during the investigation as evidence that police are available on location.

 

Chairman Miller added that Glynn County intends to prosecute those guilty to the fullest extent of the law.

 

COMMISSION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 

4.         Receive report from the Finance Committee

 

a)         Consider authorizing the Tax Commissioner to refund penalties and interest paid by the following taxpayers:

 

1.         Mr. Ronald W. Swann ($62.21 paid on property taxes)

 

Finance Committee recommends denial.  (Vote 3-0)

 

Motion to deny made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

2.         Rowland Radio ($1,135.89 paid on property taxes)

 

Finance Committee recommends denial.  (Vote 3-0)

 

Motion to deny made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

Tax Commissioner Florence Dees reported that she was out of town and not able to be at the Finance Committee meeting.

 

Ms. Dees stated on behalf of Rowland Radio that they were not at fault because the Post Office had provided an incorrect address to the Tax Assessor's Office.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Boyne and seconded by Commissioner Gunn to reconsider this request for refund.  Unanimously adopted.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Pate and seconded by Commissioner Boyne to refund $1,135.89 to Rowland Radio.  Unanimously adopted.

 

Chairman Miller request that Ms. Dees write a letter to the Post Office informing them of their error.

 

3.         Mrs. Merle S. Stokes ($22.62 for a decal purchased late)

 

Finance Committee recommends denial.

 

Tax Commissioner Florence Dees spoke on behalf of Mrs. Stokes stating that she was late due to having a stroke and recuperating in Florida.  Ms. Dees recommends a refund.

 

A motion was made by commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Lyde to grant a refund of $22.62 to Mrs. Merle S. Stokes.  Unanimously adopted.

 

4.         Mr. Ian MacFarlane ($933.92 paid on property taxes)

 

Finance Committee recommends denial.  (Vote 3-0)

 

Motion to deny made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

b)         Consider Mr. Julian Lecraw's request that $5,419.46 in penalties and interest due on property taxes be waived.

 

Finance Committee recommends denial.  (Vote 3-0)

 


Motion for denial made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

c)         Authorize two county charge cards be issued to the Sheriff.  (Vote 3-0)

 

Motion for approval made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

d)         Authorize amendment to Employee Travel Policy to clarify whether elected officials are subject or not.

 

Finance Committee recommends that elected officials set their own travel guidelines as long as it is within funding of their budget.  (Vote 3-0)

 

Motion to authorize elected officials to set their own travel guidelines as long as they are within funding of their budget made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

Chairman Miller requested that staff place this item on the next Work Session agenda for discussion.

 

e)         Based on recommendation from the Finance Committee, a motion to award the following bids was made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Gardman:

 

1.         Trash Trailers

 

Kemp Steel Fabricators, Brunswick, GA in the amount of $9,800.00.  Funding Source:  Sanitation Collection  (Vote 3-0)

 

2.         Truck Scale Weighing System

 

Dickey Scales, Jacksonville, FL in the amount of $39,207.00 with optional equipment in the amount of $1,865.00 for total purchase price of $41,072.00.  Funding Source:  Solid Waste Disposal  (Vote 3-0)

 

3.         Summer Lunch Program

 

Speedy Catering, Inc., Brunswick, GA at a unit price of $1.38 per meal (estimated amount of $234,365.00).  Funding Source:  General Fund/Grant)  (Vote 3-0)

 

4.         "P" Street Improvements

 

Statewide Construction Services, Inc., Brunswick, GA in the amount of $9,500.00 subject to receiving a positive background investigation and authorize a cashier's check be issued in lieu of the bid bond requirement.  Funding Source:  General Fund  (Vote 3-0)

 

5.         Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan Study

 

Post Buckley, Atlanta, GA in the amount of $10,000.  Funding Source:  General Fund/Grant  (Vote 3-0)

 

6.         BIRP Fuel Dispensing

 

Central Industries, Savannah, GA in the amount of $12,130.  Authorize additional expenditure of $2,000 for site preparation. Funding Source:  Park Development Fund  (Vote 3-0)

 

7.         Mosquito Chemicals

 

Finance Committee recommends that all bids be rejected and staff be authorized to reword the solicitation and re-bid.  (Vote 3-0)

 

8.         CCC & Emanuel grading, clearing, base and paving improvements.

 

County Engineer Ray Richard corrected the word "clearing" above to "drainage".

 

Seaboard Construction, Brunswick, GA in the amount of $1,005,357.60.  Funding Source:  SPLOST  (Vote 3-0)

 

9.         Hornet Drive Drainage Improvements

 

Arco Development Company, Brunswick, GA in the amount of $91,099.10.  Funding Source:   SPLOST  (Vote 3-0)

 

All motions e:1-9 unanimously adopted.

 

f)          Based on recommendation from the Finance Committee, a motion was made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman to consider exercising the option to extend the following contracts:

 

1.         Groundwater Well Monitoring


Savannah Laboratories, Savannah, GA.  Funding Source:  Solid Waste Disposal  (Vote 3-0)

 

2.         Used Tire Disposal Services

 

BFI Tire Recyclers of GA, Jackson, GA. Funding Source:  Solid Wast Disposal  (Vote 3-0)

 

3.         White Goods/Metal Removal Services

 

Cumba Enterprise Blountstown, FL.  Funding Source:  Solid Waste Disposal  (Vote 3-0)

 

All motions f:1-3 unanimously adopted.

 

g)         Authorize fee at $30.00 per set for engineering drawings and plans during the bid process.

 

A motion for approval was made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

h)         Authorize entering into a Public Depository Collateral Security Agreement and a Master Repurchase Agreement with the Trust Bank of Southeast Georgia relative to banking services.  (Vote 3-0)

 

A motion for approval was made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

i)          Adopt ordinance to amend code of Ordinances which would remove provision that auditors be changed every year.  (Vote 3-0)

 

Discussed in Item #3

 

j)          Discuss establishments authorized to sell alcohol on Sunday - all clients must have been served food in order to receive alcoholic beverages.

County Attorney Gary Moore stated that the way the Ordinance now reads is that in order for a customer to be served an alcoholic beverage the must also place an order for food.  He added, however, that subsequent orders for alcoholic beverages do not require additional food orders.

 

Attorney Gary Moore stated that a motion would not be necessary unless the Board wanted to change this ordinance in any way.  No official action was taken to change this ordinance.

 

GENERAL BUSINESS

 

5.         Authorize eye brows on Frederica Road

 

Administrator Gilmour reported that this item was discussed in the Work Session prior to this meeting.  He added that Engineer Ray Richard is on hand for any questions.  He stated that staff is recommending the following:

 

1.         the design concept for the project be those interchanges which have been discussed and approved by the Transportation Committee; 

 

2.         none of the improvements involve the removal of any trees;

 

3.         the design be for a left hand lane rather than just a sharp turn.

 

Commissioner Gunn asked if this would not be done until the fall, and Administrator Gilmour confirmed that it would not be done until fall.

 

Commissioner Gunn asked that if this motion passes the County Engineer Ray Richard attend one of her upcoming Town Hall meetings to explain the project.

 

Motion for approval made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

6.         Adopt latest amendments to tax digest.

 

County Administrator Lee Gilmour stated that this is a regular item on ever agenda; however, there was nothing which needed to be approved by the Board at this meeting.

 

Administrator Gilmour requested that the Board consider setting a threshold amount that would automatically amend the digest, and that any variances, positive or negative, between the approved market values and the amended market values over that threshold amount would have to come before the Board for approval.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Boyne and seconded by Commissioner Hardman to set the threshold amount for automatic digest approval at $20,000 or below.  Unanimously adopted.

 

APPOINTMENTS

 


7.         One appointment to the Water & Sewer Commission by Commissioner Jack Hardman.

 

Nomination by Commissioner Hardman

 

Mr. Ray Andrew

 

Motion to appoint Ray Andrew to the Water 7 Sewer Commission made by Commissioner Hardman and seconded by Commissioner Pate.  Unanimously adopted.

 

COMMISSIONER ITEMS

 

No Commissioner items stated.

 

MATTER REFERRED FROM WORK SESSION

 

1.         Dale Provenzano - Request for Temporary Alcohol Permit

 

Administrator Gilmour explained that Mr. Dale Provenzano had begun the process of applying for two alcoholic beverage licenses prior to the Commission adopting a policy that liquor license applications would never be heard at a morning meeting.

 

At the last work session, County Attorney Gary Moore stated that the County has a provision for allowing a temporary alcohol permit until the application could be heard at a regular meeting.

 

Police Chief Carl Alexander stated that Mr. Provenzano has met all requirements, and he recommends approval.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Lyde to grant Mr. Provenzano temporary alcohol permits for Schooner's and the Dockside Grill which will be valid only until the next evening session to be held at 6:00 p.m. on June 16,1 994.  Unanimously adopted.

 

2.         Authorize Commissioners/staff to attend NACo Conference, July 31 to August 4, 1994.

 

Chairman Miller stated that the reason this is being referred from the Work Session is  that Emergency Management Director Ed Abel may win a national award for hurricane preparedness, and Chairman Miller recommends that Mr. Abel attend the conference to receive the award in person if he wins.

 

A motion authorizing Ed Abel to attend the 59th NACo Conference provided he wins the national hurricane preparedness award was made by Commissioner Lyde and seconded by Commissioner Pate.  Unanimously adopted.

 

3.         Authorize Commissioners to attend Leadership Glynn graduation ceremony.

 

Administrator Gilmour asked for a head count on who plans to attend the Leadership Glynn graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 9, 1994 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Jekyll Island Club.

 

Commissioner Lyde will be graduating, and in addition Chairman Miller, Commissioner Gunn and Administrator Lee Gilmour will be attending.

 

Staff to make necessary arrangements.

 

4.         Authorize request to Georgia Department of Transportation to divide L Street project into two phases and continue as part of Tier I transportation improvements.

 

Administrator Gilmour stated that staff would like authorization to request that the DOT divide the L Street project into two phases and to request that the DOT continue to have the L Street project as part of the Tier I transportation improvements which run through FY 97.  He added that neither of these requests will commit the County to proceed with the project in any way but will act as safeguard to hold the funding for the project so DOT will not move it to another project.

 

A motion for approval was made by Commissioner Pate and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.  Unanimously adopted.

 

CHIEF OF POLICE ITEMS

 

1.         Parking Problems on St. Simons Island

 

Police Chief Carl Alexander addressed the recent complaints received regarding parking on St. Simons Island.  He stated that some people have a mistaken impression that if the park behind a no parking sign or between two no parking signs that they are legally parked.  he said an increase in complaints about parking, especially at the beach access area, is an annual occurrence.  Chief Alexander said that his department continues to enforce no parking where indicated because the signs are placed there for important reasons.

 


Chief Alexander reported that one of the towing companies is taking the liberty of storing towed cars at the Demere Annex compound, and since there is a police station there, people assume that the police department is involved with the tow when it is not.  He asked that the Board prohibit this procedure.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Hardman to prohibit towing companies from storing towed vehicles at the Demere Annex compound.  Unanimously adopted.

 

Commissioner Boyne raised a question regarding the upcoming increase in traffic and potential congestion on Frederica Road resulting fro the opening of the new elementary school.

 

Chief Alexander said that it is certain there will be problems at the beginning, but he added that he will need to wait to see what the exact problems are after school starts and how the Board of Education will handle some of them.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Boyne that a letter be sent to the Board of Education indicating that the Commission recognizes the fact that there will be a traffic problem on Frederica Road after the new school opens, and we would appreciate their addressing it not ahead of time.  He added that the Commission should offer any assistance possible.  Motion died for lack of second.

 

County Engineer Ray Richard stated that the Board of Education was required to implement in their design acceleration and deceleration lanes, and he added that they have three different entrances going into the school, one strictly for service vehicles and tow are to access the front of the school.  Mr. Richard said that it appears that everything on site of the school is conducive to increased traffic.  he concurred with Commissioner Boyne that most of the problems will be on Frederica Road.

 

Following further discussion, it was the consensus of the board to let staff handle the situation.

 

2.         Illegal Permitting to Sell Alcohol on the Beach

 

Chief Alexander informed the Commission that an investigation is currently underway involving an alcoholic beverage licensed establishment which is selling permits to appear at beach parties and sell alcohol on the beach.  Chief Alexander said he would keep the Board posted on results of this investigation and would be bringing some sanctions before the Board in the near future.

 

3.         Cancellation of School

 

Chief Alexander reported that he had previously asked for permission to be away next week at school in Pennsylvania, but due to business and personal conflicts, he has cancelled his trip.

 

ADMINISTRATOR ITEMS

 

1.         Upcoming Vacancy on Georgia on Georgia Forestry Board

 

Administrator Gilmour advised the Commission that a vacancy is coming up on the Georgia Forestry Board, and they have requested that the Board of Commissioners provide them with the names of two nominees form which to choose a replacement.  He added that this was presented for their information and asked that they be prepared to select two nominees at their regular meeting on June 16, 1994.

 

2.         Review of Calendar Year 1993 Commission Minutes

 

Administrator Gilmour stated that he was asked by the Board to check with Century Cable to find out whether or not they have a video library available that could be used to review past minutes, and he reported that they do have a video library available for County use.  Mr. Gilmour added that the second thing he would asked to do was to provide an estimated cost figure for having the calendar year 1993 Commission minutes reviewed against a video tape for accuracy.  Mr. Gilmour reported an estimated cost of $900.00.

 

A motion to move forward with the project based on this estimate provided of $900.00 was made by Commissioner Gunn and seconded by Commissioner Lyde.

 

Commissioner Gunn stated that she would like to correct the article in the Brunswick News relating to this matter in that the Board of Commissioner is not planning to hire a consulting firm to review minutes.

 

Commissioner Hardman stated that it was also reported that this was all started  by the  fact that he complained that he voted in a meeting at which he was not present, but he stated that he is not aware of having complained about such.

 

Commissioner Gunn replied that at the time Commissioner Hardman raised his problem, she had already been checking into past minutes, so there were actually two people who brought it up but she had not discussed it with the full Board as yet.

 

Commissioner Hardman stated that the only thing he remembers bringing up were minor corrections similar to the ones that were handled at the beginning of this meeting today.

 

Commissioner Gunn said that she had big problems, and she pointed out that the corrections total about six to nine pages per meeting, and they're not just typographical errors.

 


A vote was taken on the motion to proceed with reviewing 1993 calendar year minutes at an estimated cost of $900.00.  Unanimously adopted.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Hardman and seconded by Commissioner Pate to adjourn to Executive Session.  Unanimously adopted.

 

The Board of commissioner adjourned from Executive Session and did not return to Regular Session.