MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING

GLYNN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

HISTORIC GLYNN COUNTY COURTHOUSE

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

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2012 AT 6:00 PM

 

PRESENT:                     Richard Strickland, Chairman, District 3

Clyde Taylor, Vice Chairman, At Large Post 1

                                    Amy Callaway, Commissioner, District 1

Tom Sublett, Commissioner, District 2

Mary Hunt, Commissioner, District 4

Jerome Clark, Commissioner, District 5

                                    Bob Coleman, Commissioner, At Large Post 2

 

ALSO PRESENT:           Alan Ours, County Administrator

Aaron Mumford, County Attorney

Cindee Overstreet, County Clerk

                                    

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE       

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Callaway to defer items 19 and 39 to an undetermined date and to defer item 8 to the Board’s December 6, 2012, meeting. The motion carried unanimously.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Clark to move item 10 up on the agenda to be heard after item 6. The motion carried unanimously.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

 

Ernie Hammond spoke regarding the St. Simons Island Gateway Project.

 

COMMISSION PRESENTATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Alcoholic Beverage License

 

1.         Consider the issuance of a 2013 alcoholic beverage license to Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, 177 Altama Connector, Brunswick, GA.  The license is to sell distilled spirits, malt beverages and wine, for consumption on premises of a restaurant.  Sunday sales permitted.  This is a licensee change for the 2013 license. Scott Pratt, licensee (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering)  LINK

 

Scott Pratt, licensee, was present at the meeting as required by ordinance. Police Chief Matt Doering said the applicant met the requirements for consideration of issuance of the license.

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

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Hunt and seconded by Commissioner Clark to approve the issuance of a 2013 alcoholic beverage license for Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar. The motion carried unanimously.

 

2.         Consider the issuance of a 2013 alcoholic beverage license to CJ’S Italian Restaurant, 405 Mallery Street, St. Simons Island, GA.  The license is to sell malt beverages and wine for consumption on premises of a restaurant.  Sunday sales permitted.  This is an owner change of a 2013 license. Graham Owens, licensee (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering)  LINK

 

Graham Owens, licensee, was present at the meeting as required by ordinance. Police Chief Matt Doering said the applicant met the requirements for consideration of issuance of the license.

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

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Taylor to approve the issuance of a 2013 alcoholic beverage license for CJ’s Italian Restaurant. The motion carried unanimously.

 

3.         Consider the transfer of a 2012 alcoholic beverage license to Pizza Hut, 4950 New Jesup Hwy., Brunswick, GA.  The license is to sell malt beverages and wine for consumption on premises of a restaurant.  Sunday sales permitted.  This is a licensee change of the 2012 license.  Christine Wallace, licensee (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering) LINK

 

Christine Wallace, licensee, was present at the meeting as required by ordinance. Police Chief Matt Doering said the applicant met the requirements for consideration of issuance of the license.

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

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Taylor and seconded by Commissioner Hunt to approve the transfer of a 2012 alcoholic beverage license to Pizza Hut. The motion carried unanimously.

 

4.         Consider the transfer of a 2012 alcoholic beverage license to NNN Package Store, 6090 Altama Avenue, Brunswick, GA. The license is to sell distilled spirits, malt beverages and wine not for consumption on premises of a package store. Sunday sales permitted.  This is a licensee change of the 2012 license. Varsha Patel, licensee (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering)  LINK

 

Varsha Patel, licensee, was present at the meeting as required by ordinance. Police Chief Matt Doering said the applicant met the requirements for consideration of issuance of the license.

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

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Hunt and seconded by Commissioner Clark to approve the transfer of a 2012 alcoholic beverage license to NNN Package Store. The motion carried unanimously.

 

5.         Consider the transfer of a 2012 alcoholic beverage license to Brunswick Goasis, 2995 Hwy 17 S, Brunswick, GA. The license is to sell malt beverages and wine not for consumption on premises of a convenience store.  Sunday sales permitted.  This is a licensee change of the 2012 license.  Valerie Trueblood, licensee (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering)  LINK

 

Valerie Trueblood, licensee, was present at the meeting as required by ordinance. Police Chief Matt Doering said the applicant met the requirements for consideration of issuance of the license.

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

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Callaway and seconded by Commissioner Taylor to approve the transfer of a 2012 alcoholic beverage license to Brunswick Goasis. The motion carried unanimously.

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Abandonment

 

6.         Consider the abandonment of a portion of the Maple Street right-of-way adjacent to block 24 and 25 of the Glynn Haven Estates Subdivision with easements being retained for utilities and emergency access. Parkbrook Frederica Owners, LLC and C. Thomas Mitchell & John Laws, Jr., applicants. (P. Andrews)  LINK

 

                                Paul Andrews, Interim County Engineer, presented the following:

SOURCE OF TITLE: Dedication on recorded plat of Glynn Haven Estates, Unit 2, dated March 26, 1929 (50 ft. right-of-way)

PRESENT USE OF RIGHT-OF-WAY: Opened as driveway and parking area for the adjacent restaurant. Utilities are also present in the right-of-way

PAST HISTORY: This area has been used in its present state for many years.

POTENTIAL USE IN THE FUTURE: This portion of the right-of-way could be used for access to adjacent property and to the western portion of Maple Street. It could also be used to access and contain utilities.

BENEFIT TO PUBLIC IN CONTINUING USAGE: The public will continue to benefit from the ability to use this right-of-way for access and/or utilities.

BENEFIT TO PUBLIC IN ABANDONMENT: Abandonment would return the property to the tax digest.

Abandonment of this portion of the right-of-way would make Maple Street a nonconforming dead-end street (no turn-around and more than two lots accessing) from the edge of the abandonment to the intersection at Second Avenue (approximately 210 ft).  Also, this request for abandonment and the planned development on the property both include provisions to retain access rights for emergency vehicles.

Staff concurred with the request for abandonment of a portion of the Maple Street right-of-way adjacent to block 24 and 25 of the Glynn Haven Estates Subdivision, subject to easements for utilities and emergency access are reserved.

This item was opened for public comment and Jim Bishop and John McQuigg were present to answer questions.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Taylor to approve the abandonment of a portion of the Maple Street right-of-way adjacent to block 24 and 25 of the Glynn Haven Estates Subdivision with easements being retained for utilities and public safety emergency access. The motion carried unanimously.   Resolution #R-58-12

 

7.         Consider the abandonment of a portion of South Goodbread Road in the Kinstle Estate area adjacent to Bel Air Estates Annex. Gateway Behavioral Health Services, applicant. (P. Andrews)  LINK

 

                                Interim County Engineer Paul Andrews presented the following:

SOURCE OF TITLE: Prescriptive. No dedication found.

PRESENT USE OF RIGHT-OF-WAY: Improved as a narrow dirt section, but gated at the intersection with Terry Drive to stop public access.

PAST HISTORY: Before the SR25-Spur was constructed, this right-of-way carried north to Chapel Crossing Road. Since the Spur was constructed, this section of the road has been used as a driveway for the parcel adjacent to its northern end. Also, at one time Georgia Power had utilities in this area.

POTENTIAL USE IN THE FUTURE: This portion of the right-of-way could be used for access to adjacent property and for utility access to the SR25 –Spur right-of-way. It could also be used to access and contain utilities.

BENEFIT TO PUBLIC IN CONTINUING USAGE: The public will continue to benefit from the ability to use this right-of-way for utilities.

BENEFIT TO PUBLIC IN ABANDONMENT: Abandonment would return the property to the tax digest.

Abandonment of this portion of the right-of-way will create a dead-end street with no turn around for approximately 1,050 ft of South Goodbread Road (from its intersection with Terry Drive to the abandonment site). Some years ago the County physically closed off this section of Goodbread Road with a gate. Public access is not currently allowed along this section of Goodbread Road. The County has since purchased the property at the northern end of South Goodbread Road and plans to develop it as part of the Gateway Center with access via Center Drive. The remainder of the parcels adjacent to this section of South Goodbread Road have frontage and are accessed via other roadways.

Staff concurred with the request for the abandonment of a portion of the South Goodbread Road right-of-way in the Kinstle Estate area.

This item was opened for public comment and Barbara Myers, of Gateway Behavioral Health Services, asked for approval of the abandonment.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Hunt and seconded by Commissioner Clark to approve the abandonment of a portion of South Goodbread Road in the Kinstle Estate area adjacent to Bel Air Estates Annex. The motion carried unanimously. Resolution #R-59-12

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Land Use

 

8.         ZM2449 Cordell Property (I) - Consider a request to rezone from MR (Medium Residential) to PD (Planned Development). The 1.24 acre property is located on the north side of Demere Road on St. Simons Island. The purpose of the request is to permit the uses allowed in Local Commercial zoning. The availability of public water is contingent upon the owner/developer’s successful acquisition of easements on private property needed to access public utilities. Parcel ID: 04-13636.  Taylor Haley, agent for Lindsey Cordell, III, owner.  (D Hainley)  LINK

 

This item was deferred to the Board’s December 6, 2012, meeting.

 

9.         ZM2463 Riverwatch Condominium at Golden Isles Marina (I) - Consider a request to amend a PD (Planned Development) by revising the planned development text for Riverwatch Condominium, which consists of 3.02 acres of the Golden Isles Marina, a 16.3 acre property. Parcel ID: 03-11650 (common area) and 02-02380 – 02412 (33 parcels). Larry Phillips, agent for Riverwatch Condominium Owners Association, Inc., applicant for multiple owners on file.  (D Hainley)  LINK

 

Mr. Hainley reported the adopted Planned Development Text, found in Zoning File ZM-2005-008 (I), allows as permitted uses: 1. Marina Services; 2. Commercial Uses; and, 3. Multi-family Dwellings (maximum 40 multi-family dwelling units). One-family attached units, typically referred to as condominiums, are not referenced. This Planned Development Text amendment is to correct that omission. The request is to clarify a use that is presently in practice.

The Islands Planning Commission and staff recommended approval of ZM2463.

This item was opened for public comment and Larry Phillips, representing the owners, was present to answer questions.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Callaway to approve ZM2463 Riverwatch Condominiums at Golden Isles Marina to amend the Planned Development text per “Amendment to Golden Isles Marina Master Plan Revision July, 1982.” The motion carried unanimously.  Resolution #R-60-12

 

10.       ZM2467 The Frederica Building (I) - Consider a request to rezone from LC (Local Commercial) and R-6 (Residential) to PD (Planned Development) to allow a mixture of commercial and residential uses. The property is located west side of Frederica Road and south of Holly Street on St. Simons Island.  Parcel ID: 04-04991; 04-04992; 04-13921; 04-13922.  James Bishop, agent for Parkbrook Frederica Owners, LLC, owner. (D. Hainley) This item was heard after item 6.   LINK

 

Community Development Director David Hainley reported the building once housed the IDAC business rendering interior design services and providing retail furnishings. The building contains 20,122 square feet of floor area, net of common areas. The present request is based on a concept of mixed uses within and adjacent to the IDAC building, including commercial, office and residential uses to be allowed in the building. According to the text, residences shall be prohibited from being used as rental units.

Additional property has been acquired to increase parking to meet requirements for the allowed mixture of uses, since different uses have different formulas and may require more, or less parking spaces.

A buffer in the form of an eight foot high solid wooden fence, with landscaping in excess of that required, is to be put into place where residential uses are adjacent to the property. Also, the parking area will have trees preserved and additional ones installed, exceeding the Glynn County Tree Canopy Ordinance standards. Lighting is to be low intensity and positioned to minimize disturbance to adjacent properties. A seventy-five percent maximum site coverage standard is established.

The Islands Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.

This item was opened for public comment and Jim Bishop, Gary Mathews, and John McQuigg spoke in favor of this rezoning.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Taylor to approve ZM2467, The Frederica Building, formerly known as IDAC, to rezone from LC and R-6 to PD to allow mixed uses as permitted uses as outlined in the PD text. The motion carried unanimously. Resolution #R-61-12

           

11.       SUP2461 The Half Shell (I) - Consider a request for a Special Use Permit to allow outdoor seating on county property. The property is located in the VMU (Village Mixed Use) district at 504 Beachview Drive just east of Mallery Street. Parcel ID: 04-04649 (parcel is adjacent to right-of-way involved).  Bob Merrill, applicant (D Hainley)  LINK

 

Mr. Hainley reported that Section 715.4 of the Zoning Ordinance outlines the considerations for a Special Use. Specifically: a) Merchandise located in a pedestrian way shall not exceed twenty (20) feet in width; b) Merchandise is displayed so that it does not obstruct pedestrian access; c) Outside display and sales can only occur within the period specified in the special use permit; or d) Outside sales and storage permitted on public rights-of-way or sidewalks is specifically authorized by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners. The applicant proposes to utilize a strip between the actual sidewalk and his property line (the building line) to have outside dining. This area is approximately 6 feet wide and paved with the same material as the sidewalk. This was done at the same time as the sidewalk, but paid for by the owner, not the county.

The liquor license requirements for the Half Shell restaurant prohibit off site sales. The area subject to this special use request would be considered off site as it is owned by the county.

The Islands Planning Commission and staff recommended approval of this special use subject to the sale and consumption of alcohol being prohibited on the public right-of-way.

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

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Callaway to approve SUP2461 The Half Shell (I) for a Special Use Permit to allow outdoor seating on County property, subject to the sale and consumption of alcohol being prohibited  on the public right-of-way. The motion carried unanimously.  Resolution #R-62-12

 

CONSENT AGENDA – General Business

 

12.       Approved the minutes of the special called meeting held November 5, 2012, and the minutes of the regular meeting held November 1, 2012, subject to any necessary corrections.  (C. Overstreet)

 

13.       Authorized Juvenile Court Judge George Rountree to sign performance reports, reimbursement request forms, and any other documents regarding implementation of services related to the FY13 Governor’s Office for Children and Families Federal Grant in the amount of $74,900. Grant Award # JB-080910CM-004. (G. Rountree) LINK

 

14.       Approved a Course Collaboration Agreement between Glynn County, the City of Brunswick, and the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) for the Highway 17 Gateway Corridor design project. (C. Taylor)  LINK

 

15.       Approved waiving the Casino Atrium rental and use fee and allowing the members of the Compassionate Friends of the Golden Isles to hold a candlelight ceremony in memory of their children. The ceremony will be Sunday, December 9, 2012, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. (R. Strickland)  LINK

 

16.       Approved the GIS Division’s Public Access to Geography Initiative price changes for GIS data and the web portal data disclaimer. (H. Key)  LINK

 

17.       Adopted a resolution amending and restating the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) 401(a) Defined Contribution Plan for Senior Management. GEBCorp, an ACCG Company, administers the plan. (A. Ours)  LINK  Resolution #R-63-12

 

18.       Adopted two resolutions authorizing Glynn County to invest County funds in Georgia Fund 1. (P. McNicoll)  LINK   Resolution #R-64-12 and Resolution #R-65-12

 

19.       Approve an easement presented by Brunswick Cellulose, at the request of Glynn County, to provide a utility easement required for the construction of the new detention center and a second easement to provide for a material lay down area for the sewer line.  (D. Hainley) This item was removed from the agenda and not approved.

 

20.       Approved a Phase I archaeological survey within the entire footprint of the proposed new drainage system at the St. Simons Island Lighthouse Keeper’s Dwelling, which is required by the Transportation Enhancement (TE) grant received from the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). The required survey will be paid for as part of the grant and is the responsibility of the Coastal Georgia Historical Society. TE Grant Project No. 0010587.   (D Hainley)  LINK

 

21.       Approved the 2013 contract between Glynn County and the Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit Drug Court that includes Glynn, Camden, and Wayne Counties. The grant amount is $553,181 in state funds which are used to support the activities of Drug Court between October 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013.  No County match is involved. Grant No. J12-8-082 (D. Hainley)  LINK

 

CONSENT AGENDA – Finance Committee

 

22.       Authorized the write-off of uncollectible receivables in the General Fund for Paving Assessments and Paving Assessment Interest in the amounts of $5,192 and $3.467.88, respectively. (FC Vote: 3-0) (P. McNicoll) LINK

 

23.       Authorized the write-off of uncollectible receivables in the Solid Waste Disposal Fund for Landfill Dumping Fees in the amount of $26,602.56. (FC Vote: 3-0) (P. McNicoll)  LINK

 

24.       Amended the FY13 budget to include certain grant revenues and expenditures that were not completed as of June 30, 2012.   (FC Vote: 3-0) (P. McNicoll) LINK

 

25.       Approved the corrections to the digest as recommended by the Board of Assessors and the Chief Appraiser at their Tuesday, October 9, 2012, and October 23, 2012, meetings with clarification that this does not approve a tax refund. (FC Vote: 3-0) (R. Glisson) LINK  LINK

 

26.       WSV2485– Greencove, Tract E – Approved an application for a water and sewer variance under §606.1 of the Glynn County Subdivision Regulations for a four-lot subdivision, zoned PD (Planned Development). The proposed expedited plat associated with the variance request is XS2484. The property consists of 79.252 acres located generally southwest of the intersection of Greenswamp Road and Golden Isles Parkway. The smallest lot is 10.144 acres. Individual well and septic systems are necessary due to the distance from public sewer and water facilities. The closest public water and sewer is approximately 0.8 mile away. Parcel ID: 03-19479, 03-19223. Shupe Survey, agent for Richard McKinna, owner. (FC Vote: 3-0) (D. Hainley) LINK    Resolution #R-66-12

 

27.       WSV2492– Johns Land, Tract 4 – Approved the application for a water and sewer variance under §606.1 of the Glynn County Subdivision Regulations for a two-lot subdivision zoned FA (Forrest Agricultural). The proposed expedited plat associated with the variance request is XS2491. The property consists of 3.014 acres located generally west of the intersection of Emanuel Loop Road and Timber Landing Road. The smallest lot is 1.497 acres. Individual well and septic systems are necessary due to the distance from public sewer and water facilities. The closest public sewer is approximately 10,000 feet away, the nearest public water is approximately 2,800 feet away. Parcel ID: 03-26439. Gary Johns, owner (D. Hainley)  LINK   Resolution #R-67-12

 

28.       Approved the Georgia Power easements at the Georgia Department of Drivers Services’ Commercial Driver’s License Facility (CDL) on Jack Hartman Boulevard, Fire Station 8 and Fire Administration on Public Safety Boulevard, and two easements at the North Glynn Regional Park on Harry Driggers Boulevard. (FC Vote: 3-0) (D. Hainley) LINK

 

29.       Approved the first option year of the contract with Republic Services of Georgia d/b/a Southland Waste Systems for the requested services effective January 1, 2013, at the Calendar Year 2013 pricing as bid.   (FC Vote: 3-0) (B. Rowell) LINK

 

30.       Approved the contract with the US Army Corps of Engineers for reimbursement of mosquito control abatement efforts on Andrews Island. (FC Vote: 3-0) (B. Rowell) LINK

 

31.       Awarded the bid for the Kings Park Basketball Court to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, B&B Builders d/b/a Rebco, Baxley, GA, in the amount of $49,093 with funding to be provided by SPLOST 4 SSI Sports Complex. (FC Vote: 3-0) (W. Davis)  LINK

 

32.       Award a contract with a unit cost of $230 per physical exam for Fire Department personnel to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, Southeast Georgia Health System of Brunswick, GA, with funding to be provided by the Fire Department’s Operating Budget.   (FC Vote: 2-0-1) (P. Nicometo) This item was removed from the consent agenda for discussion.  LINK

 

33.       Accepted the 2012 grant award from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for $74,600 in funds to support the Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic - HEAT Program. A local share of $49,700 will be provided by the Police Department operating budget. Grant Number GA-2013-000-00382. (FC Vote: 3-0) (D. Hainley)  LINK

 

34.       Approved the $35,650 FY 2012-13 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant contract with the Governor’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC). The grant amount is $35,650 with a cash match of $8,913 to be provided by the Police Department budget. The total cost of the 2013 program is $56,148, with $20,498 provided by the County. Grant Number C11-8-207 (FC Vote: 3-0) (D. Hainley)  LINK

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Taylor and seconded by Commissioner Sublett to approve the consent agenda with the exception of item 32, which was removed for discussion. The motion carried unanimously.

 

ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA FOR DISCUSSION

 

32.       Award a contract with a unit cost of $230 per physical exam for Fire Department personnel to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, Southeast Georgia Health System of Brunswick, GA, with funding to be provided by the Fire Department’s Operating Budget.   (FC Vote: 2-0-1) (P. Nicometo)  LINK

 

Commissioner Hunt advised she would be abstaining from this vote since her husband was employed by the Health System.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Taylor to approve this contract. The motion carried 6-0-1 with Commissioner Hunt abstaining.

 

GENERAL BUSINESS

 

35.       Consider transferring $177,010 from the SPLOST 4 Chapel Crossing and Perry Lane Construction Project to the SPLOST 4 Miscellaneous Road Improvements Project for the Spur 25 Extension Project and authorize Change Order 9 for $107,010 to Thomas & Hutton Engineering.   (FC Vote: 3-0) (P. Andrews) LINK

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Callaway and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve this item. The motion carried unanimously. 

 

36.       Consider approving the 3rd option year of the contract for Drug Court services to Resiliency Institute, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $628,000 with funding provided by the Drug Court Fund budget.   (FC Vote: 3-0) (P. McNicoll) LINK

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Sublett and seconded by Commissioner Clark to approve this item. The motion carried unanimously.

 

37.       Consider authorizing, per Section 2-2-13(c)9 of the Glynn County Purchasing Ordinance, the purchase of the 700 MHz Radio Fire Station Alerting System from Motorola Inc. in the amount of $166,022, with funding to be provided as follows:  2011 Assistance to Firefighters Grant ($132,817.60), Fire Fund fund balance ($26,563.52), and the City of Brunswick ($6,640.88). (FC Vote: 3-0) (A. Thomas) LINK

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Hunt and seconded by Commissioner Taylor to approve this item. The motion carried unanimously.

 

38.       Consider awarding a contract for the Fairway Oaks Drainage Phases II & III project to Allen Owens Construction and Paving Company of Blackshear, Georgia, in the amount of $480,576.52 with funding from SPLOST 4.   (FC Vote: 3-0) (B. Rowell)  LINK

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Hunt and seconded by Commissioner Sublett to approve this item. The motion carried unanimously.

 

39.       Consider approving Altama Avenue, from Bristol Drive to Chapel Crossing Road, as the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) 2013 Local Maintenance and Improvements Grants (LMIG) project with funding from the GDOT 2013 LMIG in the amount of $594,442 and General Fund fund balance in the amount of approximately $205,558.   (FC Vote: 3-0) (B. Rowell) LINK

 

This item was deferred to a later date.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

The Board did not hold an Executive Session during this meeting.

 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:01 p.m.

 

 

 

 

                                                                                    ____________________________

Richard Strickland, Chairman

                                                                                    Board of Commissioners

                                                                                    Glynn County , Georgia

Attest:

 

 

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Cindee S. Overstreet, Clerk