MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

GLYNN COUNTY, GEORGIA

THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1991 8:30 A.M.

 

            PRESENT:                   Chairman Joe Smith

                                                Vice Chairman Karen Moore

                                                Commissioner Robert H. “Bob” Boyne

                                                Commissioner William Dismer

                                                Commissioner Jack Hardman

                                                Commissioner E.C. Tillman

          

ABSENT:                    Commissioner W. Harold Pate

                                   

 

            ALSO PRESENT:       Administrator Charles T. Stewart

                                                County Attorney Gary Moore

 

            Opening Ceremony.

                

                        Chairman Smith opened the meeting with invocation, followed by Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

 

FY 1991-92 Annual Budget.

 

            Although adoption of the FY 1991-92 Annual Budget was listed on the agenda, Chairman Smith announced that this matter would not be considered during the meeting.

 

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Minutes Approved.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Hardman and seconded by Commissioner Boyne to approve Minutes of the following meetings, subject to any changes or corrections that might needed.

            Regular Meeting held August 1, 1991

            Executive Meeting held August 1, 1991

            Called Meeting held August 6, 1991

            Unanimously adopted.

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Formation of Water & Sewer Commission Authorized.


            A motion was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Dismer approving the following proposal as recommended by Water & Sewer Engineer Jim Todd for creation of a Glynn County Water /Sewer System.

PROPOSED GLYN COUNTY WATER & SEWER COMMISSION

           

                                                SUMMARY

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The Glynn County water and Sewer Department is financially self sustaining with the exception of some Mainland expenditures.  To maintain and improve its performance at the least possible cost to its customers and continue to expand its area of service it requires the best possible business management on a continuing basis without the distractions of the solution of numerous other government problems of varying priorities.  The Performance of the Airport Commission is indicative of what can be

accomplished by a business oriented commission. A “Water and Sewer Commission” appointed by the Board of Commissioners to operate under a Water and Sewer Ordinance, annual budget, and capital improvement plan approved by the Board of Commissioners would go far to reduce red tape and delays, save money and improve operating efficiency.  

 

Such an organization would give the Board of Commissioners control and affords the operating agency the ability to schedule and coordinate its work and purchases effectively within the scope of documents approved by the Board of Commissioners.

In addition, the immediate availability “in house” of financial data will improve capability to manage effectively within the parameters established by the Board of Commissioners.

 

Summary or organization powers and duties of such a commission are as follows:

 

a.         Organization.  7 members each appointed by a member of the Board of      Commissioners as follows:

 

Post # 1 Commissioner for District 1

Post # 2 Commissioner for District 2

Post # 3 Commissioner for District 3

Post # 4 Commissioner for District 4

Post # 5 Commissioner for District 5

Post # 6 Commissioner at Large

Post # 7 Commissioner at Large

 

Of the 7 members two shall be residents of St.Simons Island and one of those two shall serve n initial term of four (4) years- initial terms staggered – subsequently 4 year terms – prepare Commission by-laws for operation of its business elect officers annually (Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer). There will also be two (2) ex-officio members to include the Glynn County Administrator and one Glynn County Commissioner.

 

 

 

 

 

b.         Fiscal.  Perform all water and sewer accounting except payroll disbursements  - prepare financial reports, payments of bills, payroll payments reimbursable to the County, eligible signatures on checks under $1,000.00, the Manager/Engineer or the Chairman, - two signatures over $1,000 (Manager/Engineer and Chairman)- in the absences of the Chairman, Vice –Chairman- in the absence of Manager/Engineer, the Treasurer.

c.       Bidding Procedure.  Same as County except directly between Water & Sewer Commission and vendors- Forman bidding not required for amounts less than $15,000 but when feasible 3 quotes should be obtained informally.

d.         Personnel.        (1) All personnel have status as County employees – no change in benefits, seniority, etc. – hiring and firing by County Personnel

Departments on request of Manager/Engineer – within the limits of approved budget.  (2) Manager/Engineer to work at pleasure of the Water and Sewer Commission.  Must be bonded.

 

e.         Property. Property used by the Commission will be held by the Board of 

            Commissioners.  The Commission shall pay any and all costs of property

            acquisition as to property which must be acquired for its use.

 

f.          Consultants.  Select and supervise consultants needed for water and sewer activities.

 

g.         Budget. Prepare annual budgets and submit to the Board of Commissioners-

when approved, operate within the budgets without requesting specific authority to proceed if budgeted funds are available – some latitude on contingency, discretionary, and line items.

 

h.         Capital Improvements Projects.  Negotiate such contracts, agreements and

            submit same to Board of Commissioners for approval if not already pertaining    to a budgeted project or if amount is in excess of approved budgeted amount

            or not budgeted.

 

i.          Operations of Water and Sewer Systems.  Water and Sewer Commission

operates the systems, including contacts with regulatory agencies, as the authorized agency of the County subject to the Constitution of Georgia and state law.

 

j.          Legal.  Commission will utilize services of County Attorney.  County Attorney

Attorney may name outside counsel to handle Commission business.  Commission shall pay for all legal services rendered on its behalf.

 

k.         Liaison and Reports.  Maintain continuous liaison with the Board of Commissioners and the County Administrator provide them with copies of minutes of all meetings and provide specific reports as requested.

 

Development Information.  County will provide Water and Sewer Commission

Information on inquiries and applications of developers at the earliest time available

and subsequently copy of development plat as soon as available.

 

Assistant of County Departments.  Departments will provide assistance to Water and

Sewer Commission on a reimbursable basis as may be agreed upon between County

Department heads and the Manager/Engineer of the Water and Sewer Commission.  In

like manner, the Water and Sewer Commission will provide assistance to County

departments.

 

Unanimously adopted.

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Gates Locked at Driftwood Drive Beach Access on St. Simons Island.

 

            St. Simons Island resident Johnathan Chubb complained that the

County Police had given the key to a gate located across Driftwood Avenue

Beach Access on St. Simons Island to Sea Island Beach Club employees,

and they often failed to keep the gate opened during specified hours from 7:00

AM until 10:00 PM.  He asked the Commission to correct this problem.

            Police Chief Carl Alexander said it was his understanding that the Commission

had given permission to the Condominium Associations in this area to erect the gate

so as to limit young people from accessing the beach and causing disturbances during

the late evening hours, and keys had been provided to the Condominium Security when

they volunteered to lock and unlock the gate daily.  He said his officers had resumed

this task at the beginning of the summer, and they usually unlocked the gate daily at

5:00 AM and locked it again at 10:30 PM each evening.

            Driftwood Drive resident Bud Jones said the gate had not alleviated problems

regarding disturbances caused by motorists parking at the beach, but had simply

moved it back a short distance thereby blocking private driveways and parking areas.

He suggested that alternative measures be taken to control this problem including the

Police Department to do their job and locking and unlocking of this gate on a timely

basis each day, and that they investigate other means of resolving problems at this

location.

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Hercules Toxic Waste Landfill.

            Heidi Whitt invited Commissioners to join her for a meeting with Hercules

officials to view their toxic landfill site located at the end of Benedict Road on

Wednesday, August 21 at 9:00 AM.

 

Liquor License Granted to Terry Gironda at Café Damon’s.

Pursuant to advertisement, public hearing was held on application of Terry

Gironda, for license to sell Liquor, Beer and Wine for consumption on premises at Café Damon’s located 2463 Demere Road, St. Simons Island.

            Police Chief Carl Alexander reported that this application had been reviewed by Department Heads charged with enforcement of the Liquor License Ordinance,

and found to be in order for action by the Commission at this time.

            Mr. Gironda was present to ask for approval of his application.

            There being no opposition, a motion approving this request as recommended was made by Commissioner Dismer and seconded by Commissioner Moore.

            Unanimously adopted.

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Application of Frances Louise Cloniger for liquor License at Cloud Nine Lounge.

            Pursuant to advertisement, public hearing was held on application of Frances Louise Cloniger for License to Sell Liquor, Beer and Wine for consumption on premises at Cloud nine Lounge located on US Highway 341 at Highway 32 Intersection, Brunswick.

            Police Chief Carl Alexander reported that Department Heads charged with enforcement of Liquor License Ordinance had reviewed this application and recommended approval of same, while making note of the fact that the Police Department received constant complaints when this business was open.

            Beth Shadron, resident of property across the highway from this establishment, asked the Commission to deny this application because loud music, outside altercations and traffic created disturbances for the neighbors until 3:00 AM to 4:00AM.

            County Attorney Gary Moore noted that guilt of former owners could not be ascribed to Mrs. Cloniger, and it would not be proper for the Commission to deny this application unless something about the establishment could be linked to the problems.

            Chairman Smith made a motion to grant this license because the applicant had done nothing on which the Commission could justify denial, adding that if sufficient complaints were generated he would not be able to support renewal of the license for the coming year.

            Commissioner Dismer seconded the motion, and as a possible aid to preventing future complaints, suggested that Mrs. Cloniger post signs after hours of the Police Department would be called.

 

            Aye:     Chairman Smith, Commissioners Dismer and Tillman.

            Nay:     Commissioners Moore, Hardman and Boyne

            Motion failed.

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Beer and Wine License Granted to Tom B. Goodis at The Village Grill.

            Pursuant to advertisement, public hearing was held on application of Tom B. Goodis for license to Sell Beer and Wine for consumption at premises at The Village Grille located at 501 Mallory Street, St. Simons Island.

            Police Chief Carl Alexander reported that Staff had investigated this application, found it to be in compliance with the Liquor License Ordinance, and recommended approval of same.

            James Alexander served as spokesman for a delegation of approximately 15 persons from this area who opposed granting of the license because the business was located almost directly across from a County park, and it was within one block of a ballfield where ballgames and tournaments were played.

            Mr. Goodis said he wanted to provide his customers beer and wine with their meals the same as other restaurants in the area.  He said he would not operate a drive –thru window, and his closing hours were 9:00 PM on Friday and 10:00 PM on Saturday.

            A motion approving this application, as recommended, was made by Commissioner Dismer and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.

            Aye:  Commissioners Dismer, Hardman, Boyne, Tillman and Chairman Smith.

            Nay:  Commissioner  Moore

            Motion adopted.

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Drainage Improvements in River Ridge Subdivision.

            County Engineer Ray Richard presented a report relative to a drainage problem in the River Ridge Road/Trawler Court area of River Ridge Subdivision.  He recommended replacement of storm sewers and regrading the ditches, at a total cost of approximately $8,000-$9,000, which could be budgeted from the Sales Tax Fund because it was an integral part of the County’s road system, and that it be performed via a change order to one of the Sales Road Tax Projects.

            A motion approving this recommendation was made by Commissioner Dismer and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.

           Unanimously adopted.

          Chairman Smith asked Mr. Richard to assist him in reviewing another drainage problem in River Ridge Subdivision as soon as possible.

 

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Handicap Parking Enforcement Adopted. 

            A motion was made by Commissioner Hardman and seconded by Commissioner Boyne adopting the following Handicap Parking Enforcement.

 

            A RESOLUTION AMENDING CODE OF ORDINANCES, GLYNN

            COUNTY, GEORGIA, TO ENFORCE THE PROVISIONS OF O.C. G.A.

            40-6-225 REGULATING THE USE OF HANDICAPPED PARKING

            PLACES; REPEALING PRIOR ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND

            FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

 

BE IT ORDAINED by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners, this the 15th day of August, 1991, that the Code of Ordinances, Glynn County, Georgia, be and it is hereby amended by adding the following provisions:

ARTICLE V:    ENFORCEMENT OF HANDICAP PARKING LAW

 

SECTION 2-13-55: HANDICAP PARKING ENFORCEMENT

           

            (a) Authority to Appoint.  Pursuant to the provisions of O.C.G.A.

40-6-227, the Chief of Police of Glynn County or his designee, is authorized to appoint handicapped persons, as defined in O.C.G.A. 40-6-225 regulating the use of handicapped parking places.  The Number of such persons to be appointed shall be determined by the Chief of Police.

 

(b)  Qualifications. To qualify for appointment to enforce handicap parking

laws, a person must meet the following requirements.

 

1.         To qualify for appointment to issue handicap parking citations, a person must

            be a citizen of the United States, of good moral character, not previously

            convicted of a felony, and be a handicapped person as defined by O.C.G.A.

            40-6-221 (3).

              

2.         Each person appointed to enforce handicap parking laws must take an oath of

            office from the appointing authority.

 

3.         No appointed person shall be required to complete training as a peace officer.

 

4.         To be appointed to enforce handicap parking laws within Glynn County, each

            participant must satisfactorily complete a course of training on handicap parking.

           

           

5.         To be eligible for appointment, applicants shall file an application upon a form to be prepared and changed, as necessary, from time to time by the Glynn County Police Department, undertake such training courses and attend such training classes as shall be required by the Glynn County Police Chief, and shall take the oath of office on a form prepared by the Glynn County Police Department.  Prior to entering upon the performance of their duties, each applicant shall sign a “Memorandum of Understanding” on a form as shall be required by the Chief of Police or his designee.

 

          (c)          Powers and Duties.       Persons so appointed shall have all of the powers

provided in, and shall be subject to and governed by all of the provisions of O.C.G.A.

40-6-227, including, without limitation, the following:

 

            1.         Each person appointed may issue citations to enforce O.C.G.A. 40-6-

                        225 within the unincorporated portion of Glynn County.  Each person

                        appointed shall comply with all policies of the Glynn County Police

                        Department which pertain to the enforcement of O.C.G.A.40-6-227.

 

 

            2.         No appointed person shall have the power or duty to enforce other

                        traffic or criminal laws or ordinances.

 

            3.         No person shall so appointed shall be deemed a peace officer, nor

                        an employee of the state, Glynn County, or any governmental entity, 

                        nor receive any compensation therefrom.

 

            4.         No person may possess or carry forearms or other weapons for the

                        purpose of or while enforcing handicapped parking laws.

 

            5.         No appointed person shall be entitled to any compensation or

                        indemnification from the State, Glynn County or any governmental

                        entity for any injury or property damage sustained as a result of

                        enforcement  activities.  Each appointed person shall specifically

                        acknowledge that he or she has no rights to any compensation from

                        Glynn County, the State of Georgia or any other governmental

                        entity for any injury or property damage resulting from enforcement

                        activities under Glynn County Ordinance or State law.

                       

            6.         No authority, agency, department, employee or officer of the State,

                        Glynn County, or any other governmental entity shall be liable or

                        accountable for any act of omission of any person appointed to

                        enforce handicap parking laws under O.C.G.A. 40-6-227.  Each

                        appointed person shall specifically hold harmless Glynn County, its

                        officers, employees and agents, from liability for any such act or

                        omission by such appointed person.

           

            7.         All of said appointees shall serve without compensation and at the

                        pleasure of the Chief of Police or his designee.

 

            (d)        Consent to Examine Personal Records.  each Applicant shall sign a

consent form, consenting for the Glynn County Police Department to investigate the

criminal record, if any, work record, reputation, and medical, physical or mental

records of the applicant.

 

            (e)        Effective Date. This ordinance shall become effective immediately upon its adoption.  All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are

            repealed.

 

            Unanimously adopted.

 

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Proposed Amendment to Planning Commission Ordinance.

 

            Chairman Smith announced that he had asked County Attorney Gary Moore

to prepare a proposed amendment to the Planning Commission Ordinance which would change the manner in which Planning Commission Appointments were made by allowing each County Commissioner to appoint a member to represent his district, and continuing the existing level of membership at seven members.

            County Attorney Gary Moore explained that this proposed amendment would have to be forwarded to the Planning Commission for review and recommendation, and advertised for 15 days by the County Commission for review and further processing.

 

            Aye:  Chairman Smith, Commissioners Hardman, Boyne and Tillman.

           

            Nay:  Commissioner   Moore.

 

            Abstaining: Commissioner Dismer.

 

            Motion adopted.

 

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Replacement of Roof at Altamaha Park Store.

 

            On behalf of the Board of Directors of Altamaha Park Association, Vernon

Lewis asked the Commission to allow the Building Maintenance Crew, as they could

work it into their normal schedule, to install a new shingle and metal porch roof at the Altamaha Park Store. He explained that the Association would pay for the materials.

            A motion approving this request was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Hardman.

Unanimously adopted.

 

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Proposed Amendment to the Personnel Review Board Ordinance.

            County Attorney Gary Moore presented a proposed amendment to the

Personnel Review Board Ordinance which, if adopted, would lift the prohibition of any elected official serving on said Board.  If the Commision desired to pursue this amendment, he explained that it would first have to be forwarded to the Personnel Review Board for their review and comment

            A motion was made by Commissioner Boyne that this proposed amendment be forwarded to the Personnel Review Board for review and comment back to the Commission.

            Aye:     Commissioners Boyne, Tillman and Chairman Smith

            Abstaining: Commissioners Dismer and Moore

            Motion adopted.

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Proposal to Rename Community/Cypress Mill Road to Downing Musgrove Highway.

            Commissioner Boyne presented a resolution for consideration by the Commission to rename Community/Cypress Mill Road to “Downing Musgrove Highway” upon it completion.  Commissioner Boyne said this proposal was predicated upon honoring Mr. Musgrove for his many years of contribution to local transportation systems in his current and former position as First District Commissioner on the Department of Transportation, and to provide a cohesive name for a major roadway that currently had two names.

            Commissioner Moore said she was not sure if it was within the County’s purview to take this action, and she suggested that Staff be asked for recommendation on how the concept could be implemented.

            Commissioner Hardman said he would be supportive of this proposal subject to a determination of the exact procedure to be followed

            Commissioner Tillman said he felt Downing Musgrove was deserving of this honor.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Dismer and seconded by Commissioner

Moore to defer action on this proposal and ask Public Works Director Keith Flanagan

to recommend the proper steps to be taken in accommodating such change.

            Adopted by majority vote with Commissioner Boyne abstaining.

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Proposed Review Committee.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Boyne and seconded by Commissioner Hardman to disband the Ad Hoc Budget Review Committee and form in lieu thereof a permanent Committee to be called Citizens Liaison Committee or Overview Committee which would be comprised of four Commissioner, County Administrator County Attorney, Internal Auditor whose function would be to review the matter of running County Government efficiently.

            In view of the fact that two Commissioners were absent from this meeting, a motion was made by Commissioner Dismer and seconded by Commissioner Boyne to defer action on this proposal.

            Chairman Smith directed Commissioner Boyne to put his proposal in writing and bring it back to the Commission for further consideration.

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Shore Assistance Committee Process.   

            A motion was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Dismer authorizing Staff to review the Department of Natural Resources proposal for changes to the Shore Assistance Permitting Process, report back to the Commission and if necessary, be prepared to go out for public comment.

            Adopted by majority vote with Commissioner Boyne abstaining.

(Commissioner Tillman was not present for this vote)

 

Review of Street Ends Abutting Rock Revetments at Beach.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Hardman authorizing Staff to analyze the number of street ends abutting rock revetments along the beach on St. Simons Island, and to report back to the Commission on how broad the situation might be where the ocean is to breach the revetments.

            Unanimously adopted.  (Commissioner Tillman was not present for this vote)

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Proposed Concert at Neptune Park.

            Scott Ellis requested permission to hold a benefit concert for Karen Milburn in the bandstand outside the Casino at Neptune Park from 12:30 PM to 6:00 PM on Labor Day Weekend.  Mr. Ellis explained that he did not have time to go through the Casino Advisory Board’s 60 day permitting process.

            Commissioner Moore requested additional information including a letter of endorsement from the Karen Milburn Committee, and said upon receipt of this information she would be willing to bring this request up at a Called Meeting during the following week.

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Proposed Relocation of EMT Units to Hospital.  

            Commissioner Moore expressed dissatisfaction concerning recent action taken by two Commissioners who discussed with Hospital Representatives the possibility of County EMT Units being relocated to the Hospital, without first obtaining authorization from the full Commission.

            Chairman Smith concurred that the two Commissioners involved in this discussion should first have obtained the consensus of the full Commission  before initiating this discussion.

            Commissioner Boyne said he felt that he had a right to express himself at any time.

            Commissioner Dismer explained that he and Commissioner Boyne had initiated this discussion with Hospital Authority Representatives at the request of the Personnel Committee, and they simply asked the hospital for their reflection and feedback.

            W.M. McDuffie opposed any efforts to place the County’s EMT Units at the hospital.

            Chairman Smith assured Mr.McDuffie that he did not  believe the Commission would vote to take this action.

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Water Line Easement in Bel Air Subdivision Granted to DJW, Inc.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Hardman and seconded by Commissioner Moore approving recommendation from County Attorney Gary Moore authorizing the Chairman to execute an easement to DJW, Inc. covering water line in BelAir Subdivision, subject to concurrence by Water/Sewer Engineer Jim Todd.

Unanimously adopted.  Commissioner Tillman was not present for this vote)

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City Asked to One Way Ellis Street Beside Courthouse.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Hardman authorizing Chairman Smith to forward a letter to the City of Brunswick asking them to one-way Ellis Street and service abutting new Courthouse parking lots in a northerly direction, as recommended by building Official Vernon Lewis.

Unanimously adopted. (Commissioner Tillman was not present for this vote)

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Medicaid Funding of Emergency Medical Technician Service. 

            A motion was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Hardman authorizing Chairman Smith to forward letters to the local legislative delegation asking them to take necessary steps to restore Medicaid funding that had tentatively been reduced from the State budget which would reduce payments for EMT service, and to prevent further budget cuts; and asking AARP, NAACP, and

other local organizations affected by this measure to share in this letter writing effort.

 

            Unanimously adopted. Commissioner Tillman was not present for this vote)

           

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Meeting to Set Tax Millage.

 

            A motion was made by Commissioner Hardman and seconded by Commissioner Boyne authorizing Staff to advertise setting of Tax Millage to take place at a Called Meeting on September 10, 1991, and asking the Board of Education to pay their portion of this advertising cost,

            Unanimously adopted.  (Commissioner Tillman was not present for this vote)

                                               

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Replacement of Air Conditioning Compressor at New Casino.

             A motion was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Hardman authorizing emergency replacement of Air Conditioning Compressor at New Casino Building on St. Simons Island in the amount of $1900.00, and to place appropriate funds for this expenditure in the budget.

            Unanimously adopted.  (Commissioner Tillman was not present for this vote)

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Public Hearings on Road Projects.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Hardman  authorizing Staff to schedule public hearings, with Dan Altobelli’s input, on various road projects, as follows:

            MLK Project- September 23rd

            Demere Road Alignment & Airport Road Project – October 21st

            Adopted by majority vote with Commissioner Dismer dissenting.

(Commissioner Tillman was not present for this vote)

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Selden Park Activities Approved.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Dismer and seconded by Commissioner Boyne approving the following activities scheduled to take place at Selden Park.

            Saturday, August 17, 1991, Doris Vann Family Reunion, Selden Park

            Gymnasium, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

 

            Saturday, August 24, 1991, Douglas/Rutland Family Reunion, Selden Park

            Gymnasium, 6:00 PM to 12:00 PM.

 

            Unanimously adopted.

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Federal Purchase of Property Adjoining Ft. Frederica.

 

            A motion was made by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner

authorizing Chairman Smith to forward a letter to Senator Wyche Fowler urging him to support Federal funding to allow the National Park Service to purchase the 26-acre tract owned by Sea Palms adjacent to Ft. Frederica.

            Aye:     Commissioners Moore, Dismer, Boyne and Hardman .

            Nay:     Chairman Smith.

            Abstaining:        Commissioner Tillman.

            Motion adopted .

 

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Drainage Improvement in Hampton Point Subdivision Funded.

            A motion was made by Commissioner Boyne and seconded by Commissioner Tillman approving recommendation submitted by County Engineer ray Richard that $25,000 be added to the FY 1991-92 Sales Tax Budget to address drainage problems in Hampton Point Subdivision.

            Unanimously adopted.

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Executive Session .

            A motion was made by Commissioner Hardman and seconded by Commissioner Dismer to go into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing the following items, and then to adjourn the Regular Meeting.

 

            Personnel Matters

            Litigation

            Property Acquisition

            Unanimously adopted.

 

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                                                            BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

                                                            GLYNN COUNTY, GEORGIA

 

           

                                                            Joe Smith, Chairman

 

Attested and Prepared

by:

 

Martha D. Tyre, Deputy Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                                         Meeting  Adjourned.

                                                        

                                                        BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

                                                         GLYNN COUNTY, GEORGIA

 

                                                        

                                                          Joe Smith, Chairman

 

Attested to and

Prepared by:

 

Martha D. Tyre, Deputy Clerk