MINUTES

 REGULAR MEETING

 GLYNN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

HISTORIC GLYNN COUNTY COURTHOUSE

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

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2015 AT 6:00 PM

 

PRESENT:                     Dale Provenzano, Chairman, District 2

Richard Strickland, Vice Chairman, District 3

Michael Browning, Commissioner, District 1

Bill Brunson, Commissioner, District 4

Allen Booker, Commissioner, District 5

Mark Stambaugh, Commissioner, At Large Post 1

Bob Coleman, Commissioner, At Large Post 2

 

ALSO PRESENT:           Alan Ours, County Manager

Aaron Mumford, County Attorney

Cindee Overstreet, County Clerk

 

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE       

 

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

David Peterson spoke regarding the Caroline Small case.

Dick Weiderhorn spoke regarding the Mariner’s Landing development.

Wayne McDaniel spoke regarding the Caroline Small case.  

 

 

COMMISSION PRESENTATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

1.         Presentation of a proclamation honoring the Glynn Academy Football Team.

A PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING THE GLYNN ACADEMY RED TERRORS

WHEREAS, the citizens, staff, and commissioners of Glynn County express to the coaches and the members of the Glynn Academy Football Team our sincere congratulations for competing for a state football title in the Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA State Football Championship; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners recognizes Glynn Academy Football Team members for their accomplishments, hard work, dedication, perseverance and love of football; and

WHEREAS, the Glynn Academy Football Coaching Staff, under Head Coach Rocky Hidalgo, and Assistant Coaches Josh Veal, Chad Albright, Curtis Crews, Willis Yates, Darren Landinguin, Alfred Floyd, Jeff Imperial, Jason Bennett, Greg Roberts, Taylor Sharp, Kip Hall, James Perry, Chase Harp, Stacy Taylor and David Bailey,  are to be recognized and honored for their outstanding 2015 football season; and

WHEREAS, by its extraordinary efforts, this dynamic team progressed, achieving a bid to the title game with a hard-fought 24-16 victory over region rival Ware County at the Glynn County Stadium.

WHEREAS, the Glynn Academy Red Terrors brought home the state runner up trophy; and

WHEREAS, the excellent performance, devotion, and commitment of these young men, along with their coaching staff, have proven to be a source of admiration and inspiration to the citizens of Glynn County; and

WHEREAS, Glynn County is proud of the team and the honor it has brought our community through its good sportsmanship and inspired team play.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED, by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners that it congratulates the Glynn Academy Football Team and its coaches for their outstanding accomplishments.

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Alcoholic Beverage License

 

2.         Consider approval of a transfer of the 2015 alcoholic beverage license and the renewal for a 2016 license for Winn Dixie Store #0068, 284 Hyde Park Common, Brunswick, GA. The license is to sell malt beverages and wine not for consumption on premises. Sunday sales permitted. Wesley Dunlap, licensee. (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering) REPORT

 

Wesley Dunlap, 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 Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Stambaugh to approve the transfer of the 2015 license and the issuance of a 2016 alcoholic beverage license for Winn Dixie. The motion carried unanimously.

 

3.         Consider approval of a transfer of the 2015 alcoholic beverage license and the renewal for a 2016 license for Winn Dixie Store #0019, 220 Retreat Village, St. Simons Island, GA. The license is to sell malt beverages and wine not for consumption on premises. Sunday sales permitted. Louis Martinez, licensee. (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering) REPORT

 

Louis Martinez, 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 Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Brunson to approve the transfer of the 2015 license and the issuance of a 2016 alcoholic beverage license for Winn Dixie. The motion carried unanimously.

 

4.         Consider approval of a transfer of the 2015 alcoholic beverage license and the renewal for a 2016 license for Applebee’s, 177 Altama Connector, Brunswick, GA. The license is to sell distilled spirits, malt beverages and wine for consumption on premises. Sunday sales permitted. Ashley Morrissey, licensee. (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering) REPORT

 

Ashley Morrissey, 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 Stambaugh and seconded by Commissioner Browning to approve the transfer of the 2015 license and the issuance of a 2016 alcoholic beverage license for Applebee’s. The motion carried unanimously.

 

5.         Consider the 2016 renewal of the following alcoholic beverage licenses. (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering) REPORT   

 

BUSINESS NAME

LOCATION 

CITY

LICENSEE

19TH HOLE PACKAGE STORE

3600 FREDERICA RD 17

SSI

COFER, DONALD

A TO Z LIQUORS

217 MERCHANTS WAY

BWK

PATEL, PANKAJKUMAR

ANANT ONE BEER WINE TOBACCO

10 CANAL ROAD PLZ

BWK

PATEL, DHARMENDRA

AP 1 FOOD MART/AAP SAVANNAH CORP

2743 HIGHWAY 17 S

BWK

PATEL, JITENDRA

APPLEBEE'S NEIGHBORHOOD GRILL & BAR

177 ALTAMA CONN

BWK

MARCOPOULOUS, JERRY

BARBARA JEAN'S RESTAURANT, LLC

214 MALLERY ST

SSI

BARTA, JAMES J.

BARBERITOS

509 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

WADE, HUDSON

BEACHCOMBER BBQ & GRILL

319 ARNOLD RD

SSI

HARDMAN, HEATHER

BENNIE'S RED BARN

5514 FREDERICA RD

SSI

GENTILE, DON

BLACKWATER GRILL

260 REDFERN VLG

SSI

VEAL, TRINITY

BIP/ DASH FOOD MART

3900 NEWCASTLE ST

BWK

PATEL, HIRENKUMAR

BLUE MARTINI BAR & GRILL

360 MALL BLVD

BWK

HURTADO, RICARDO

BLUE WATER CAFÉ

115 MALLERY ST

SSI

HARRIS, CHARLES E

BONEFISH GRILL #7101

202 RETREAT VILLAGE

SSI

ASHLEY WOMACK

BROGEN'S

200 PIER ALY

SSI

BROWN, FORREST

BROGEN'S NORTH

3600 FREDERICA RD 1

SSI

BROWN, FORREST

BROOMELLI BOYS PIZZERIA

760 SCRANTON RD 101

BWK

BROOMELL, II, ROBERT L.

BRUNSWICK COUNTRY CLUB

4041 DARIEN HWY

BWK

HOGAN, DANIEL C.

BRUNSWICK MILLHOUSE

124 GLYNCO PKWY

BWK

JONES,, THOMAS C.

BRUNSWICK TRUCK STOP

110 DUNGENESS DR

BWK

PATEL, JAYMIN

BUBBA GARCIA'S

200 REDFERN VLG

SSI

BOSTOCK, MARY

BUBBA JAX CRAB SHACK

290 FRONTAGE RD

BWK

AARON GIBSON

CAPTAIN JOE'S SEAFOOD

5296 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

GIBBS, JR., WILLLIAM J.

CATCH 228

228 REDFERN VLG

SSI

MAYO,, DIANCE

CHILE PEPPERS, LLC

301 LONGVIEW PLZ

SSI

CRUZ, MAYTE

CILANTRO'S GRILL & CANTINA

202 HARRISON LN

BWK

ALFARO, HUGO

CILANTRO'S MEXICAN RESTAURANT #4 LLC

20 MARKET ST 100

SSI

GOMEZ, ABSALON A

CIRCLE K #2705392

3801 FREDERICA RD

SSI

BROWN, NORMA

CJ'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT

405 MALLERY ST

SSI

OWENS, GRAHAM A

CLOISTER CATERING

100 CLOISTER DR

SEA

JOHANNES, AMY K.

CLOISTER GIFT SHOP

100 CLOISTER DR

SEA

HOFMANN, PRES, PHILIP A

CLOISTER HOTEL

100 CLOISTER DR

SEA

HOFMAN, PRES, PHILIP A

COASTAL KITCHEN AND RAW BAR

102 MARINA DR

SSI

MONTAIGNE, JEFFREY A

COPPER PIG OFF SITE CATERING

704 MALL BLVD

BWK

JONES, THOMAS C

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT

580 MILLENNIUM BLVD

BWK

DENTON, EDWARD

CRABDADDY'S SEAFOOD BAR & GRILL

1219 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

WILLIAMS,, CHARLES B.

CVS PHARMACY #4337

30 MARKET ST

SSI

CARDWELL, DALE

CVS PHARMACY #4567

5421 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

MORRIS JR., ROY

CVS PHARMACY #4575

1605 FREDERICA RD

SSI

BUCHANAN, MICHELLE

DAVIS LOVE GRILL

100 KINGS WAY 26000

SSI

HOFFMAN, PHILIP

DEL SUR BAKERY, LLC

539 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

STUTZER, HERNAN

DEL SUR RESTAURANT

321 MALLERY ST

SSI

HERNAN STUTZER

DELANEY'S BISTRO

3415 FREDERICA RD C

SSI

DELANEY, THOMAS

DOLLAR GENERAL STORE #1531

25 CORNERSTONE LN

BWK

KELLIS, GREGORY

DOLLAR GENERAL STORE #7971

375 PALISADE DR

BWK

KELLIS, GREGORY

DOTS

233 EDWARDS PLZ

SSI

BUTLER, DOROTHY

EL CHEAPO

6495 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PATEL, PRAGNESH

EMBASSY SUITES BRUNSWICK

500 MALL BLVD

BWK

LLC, RBHV BRUNSWICK

EMBER

70 RETREAT VILLAGE

SSI

ROBERSON, LYNN TYLER

EPIC MART LLC

3823 NORWICH ST

BWK

KHADRA, SAMI

EXXON 36, INC.

5055 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

YUN, SOO HAND

EXXON GAS STATION

2668 HIGHWAY 17 S

BWK

PATEL, RAXIT

FANCY Q SUSHI BAR AND GRILL, LLC

211 REDFERN VLG

SSI

QIU, MEI FEN

FINE CIGAR & TOBACCO

5000 ALTAMA AV

BWK

PATEL, NISHA

FLASH FOODS # 255

127 FLASH FOODS RD

BWK

BRYSON, WILLIAM

FLASH FOODS #254

160 MILLENNIUM BLVD

BWK

BRYSON, WILLIAM

FLETC EXPRESS STORE

1131 CHAPEL CROSSING

BWK

SHIVER, JANET

FLETC STUDENT CENTER

1131 CHAPEL CROSSING

BWK

SHIVER, JANET

FOX'S PIZZA DEN

240 RETREAT VILLAGE

SSI

TAYLOR-BUCHANAN, KIM

FREDERICA BOATHOUSE

93 PIKES BLUFF DR

SSI

HUIZENGA,, H WAYNE

FREDERICA TOWNSHIP CLUBHOUSE

100 PIKES BLUFF DR

SSI

PEACHER, WILLIAM

FREDERICA TOWNSHIP GUESTHOUSE

100 PIKES BLUFF DR 1

SSI

PEACHER, WILLIAM

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #22

3245 CYPRESS MILL RD

BWK

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #23

2501 PERRY LANE RD

BWK

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #38

7208 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #48

4230 HIGHWAY 17 N

BWK

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #51

3224 HIGHWAY 17 S

BWK

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #53

6215 BLYTHE ISLAND

BWK

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #58

5502 FREDERICA RD

SSI

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #62

1313 DEMERE RD

SSI

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #72

1699 FREDERICA RD

SSI

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #73

2253 DEMERE RD

SSI

RAULERSON, BILL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS , INC. #88

5004 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

SMITH, DANIEL

FRIENDLY EXPRESS #71

4341 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

SMITH, DANIEL

GEORGIA SEA GRILL

407 MALLERY ST

SSI

GOWEN, ZACHARY

GNAT'S LANDING, 2:10 LANDING, LLC

310 REDFERN VLG

SSI

POPE, ALAN

HALYARDS

55 CINEMA LN

SSI

SNYDER, DAVID R.

HALYARDS ALCOHOL OFF SITE CATERING

55 CINEMA LN

SSI

SNYDER, DAVID

HAMBY'S BY AIR PACKAGE

132 RETREAT PLZ A

SSI

HAMBY, SAMUEL DAVID

HARRIS TEETER

600 SEA ISLANDD RD #23

SSI

LEWIS, DARELL

HENRY T ROSS VFW POST 2588

1034 GLYNN PARK RD

BWK

DANIEL, HARVEY

HERITAGE OAKS GOLF CLUB, LLC

126 CLIPPER BAY

BWK

DAWSON, STEPHEN H.

HWY 341 CITGO

4192 NORWICH ST EXT

BWK

PATEL, SUJAL

I-95 LIQUORS

5343 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PATEL, DIVYANK

IGUANAS SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

303 MALLERY ST

SSI

BUTLER, JEPTER R

ISLAND FOODS

3601 FREDERICA RD

SSI

SUTHAR, GEETA

ISLAND FOODS II

2014 DEMERE RD

SSI

SUTHAR, GHEETA

ISLAND NATURAL MARKET, INC.

204 RETREAT VILLAGE

SSI

SWITZER, JEFFREY L.

ISLAND PHO,

111 LONGVIEW PLZ

SSI

BUI, THUY

JACK RABBIT,

4902 HIGHWAY 17 N

BWK

NITESH PATEL

JONESY'S PIZZA AND PUB

511 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

JONES, WESLEY

LA SALSA TAQUERIA #1

5701 ALTAMA AV 2

BWK

JAIME, HUMBERTO

LA SALSA TAQUERIA #2

5701 ALTAMA AV 1

BWK

JAIME, HUMBERTO

LITTLE ST SIMONS ISLAND, LLC

2 LITTLE ST SIMONS

SSI

KLAWITTER, BONNIE

LOGAN'S ROADHOUSE

101 CAPITAL SQUARE DR

BWK

ZANGLA, MATTHEW

LOVE'S TRAVEL STOP #405

2766 HIGHWAY 17 S

BWK

RICHARDSON, STACY

M & T LIQUORS

2405 PERRY LANE RD

BWK

PATEL, VIKRAM

MARSH POINT BAR & GRILL

253 REDFERN VLG

SSI

BELL, BRYAN A.

MARSH'S EDGE

136 MARSHS EDGE LN

SSI

THOMPSON, JR, DONALD O

MATTEO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT

137 VILLAGE AT GLYNN PLACE

BWK

MARTIN, JON-EVIN

MCMANIS INC

267 VILG AT GLYNN PLACE

BWK

KELLEY, GEORGE & MCGARVEY, KEVIN

MI CASA MEXICAN GRILL

120 TRADE ST

BWK

VARGAS, ANGELICA

MOONDOGGY PIZZA AND PUB, 407 INVESTMENTS, INC.

36 CANAL ROAD PLZ

BWK

JOHNS, BRANDY

MORNINGSTAR MARINA

206 MARINA DR

SSI

BENSON, DAVID M.

MR. PETE'S/JAYESHKUMART T. PATEL

5264 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PATEL, JAYESHKUMART

MUDCAT CHARLIE'S

257 CHARLIE GIBBS WAY

BWK

SMITH, RICHARD O.

MULLET BAY

512 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

JACKSON, STEPHEN

MULLIGAN'S

5250 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

KNOWLES, JOSEPH

MURPHY'S TAVERN

415 MALLERY ST

SSI

AMERSON, PATRICE

NACHO'S

3600 FREDERICA RD 16

SSI

FINN, THOMAS G

NAKORN THAI CUISINE

5448 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

WONGUMMARUKCHOK, ARTCHANAT

NANCY THREE DOORS, LLC

26 MARKET ST 110

SSI

HARPER, ABNEY

NAZZARO'S ITALIAN CUISINE

196 RETREAT VILLAGE

SSI

NAZZARO, RICHARD T

NEW FORTUNE HOUSE

224 RETREAT VILLAGE

SSI

NI, TONG YAN

NNN PACKAGE STORE/JAY MAA DURGA

6090 ALTAMA AV 100

BWK

PATEL, VARSA

OCEAN FOREST GOLF CLUB

200 OCEAN RD

SEA

HOFFMAN, PHILLIP

OCEAN FOREST GOLF CLUB SNACK BAR

200 OCEAN RD

SEA

HOFFMAN, PHILLIP

OCEAN LODGE/JOE MCDONOUGH

935 BEACHVIEW DR

SSI

MCDONOUGH, JOE

OM CONVENIENCE

1245 CATE RD

BWK

PATEL, KETUL BIPINBHAI

OM FOOD MART

1306 OLD JESUP RD

BWK

PATEL, BRIJESH H

ONE STOP #42. SUJAL PATEL

4544 OLD CYPRESS MILL

BWK

PATEL, SUJAL & KALPESH

OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE OF ST. SIMONS

1609 FREDERICA RD

SSI

VANHOO, LONNETTE

PALM COAST COFFEE & COURTYARD CAFÉ

318 MALLERY ST

SSI

CHERRY, JOHN R

PALMER'S VILLAGE CAFE

223 MALLERY ST

SSI

FORTUNE, JON PALMER

PAM'S NO. 1

4344 HIGHWAY 17 N

BWK

HAMMER, ROBERT

PARKER'S ALTAMA

5693 ALTAMA AV

BWK

PARKER, DANA

PARKER'S CATE ROAD

2051 PERRY LANE RD

BWK

PARKER, DANA

PARKER'S CRISPEN BLVD

5411 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PARKER, DANA

PARKER'S PARK PLACE

4412 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PARKER, DANA

PARKER'S PERRY LANE

2500 PERRY LANE RD

BWK

PARKER, DANA

PARKER'S STERLING

7301 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PARKER, DANA

PARKER'S VILLAGE

501 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

PARKER, DANA

PILOT TRAVEL CENTER #627

2990 HIGHWAY 17 S 1

BWK

WILLIAMS,, CHARLES

PIZZA HUT

4950 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

ROGERS, DEAN

PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS # 431

171 VILLAGE AT GLYNN

BWK

CAMPBELL, ALKISSA

QUICK STOP 2

6131 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PATEL, DHARMENDRA

RACETRAC # 675

450 CANAL RD

BWK

BAZEMORE, DENISE

RACEWAY #6724, DHINKAR, INC

5052 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PATEL, NALIN B.

RAFTER'S

315 MALLERY ST .5

SSI

BUTLER, JEPTER R

RICK'S SUPERMARKET

6612 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PATEL, PARESH

RUBY TUESDAY

513 MALL BLVD

BWK

MCSWAIN, JODY LEE

SAL'S NEIGHBORHOOD PIZZERIA

3415 FREDERICA RD E

SSI

CENICOLA, SALVATORE

SANDCASTLE CAFE AND GRILLE

117 MALLERY ST

SSI

WELLFORD, MELISSA

SAVANNAH BEE

315 MALLERY ST

SSI

DENNARD, THOMAS

SCRANTON MART

760 SCRANTON RD 106

BWK

PATEL, DIVYESH

SEA ISLAND BEACH CLUB

400 BEACH CLUB DR

SEA

HOFFMAN, PHILLIP

SEA ISLAND GOLF CLUB SNACK BAR

100 RETREAT AV

SEA

AMY JOHANNES

SEA ISLAND SPA

50 CLOISTER PL

SEA

JAMES GILBERT

SEA ISLAND TENNIS CENTER

60 CLOISTER PL

SEA

GILBERT, JAMES

SEA PALMS PARTNERS, LLC

N 515 WINDWARD DR

SSI

MCGLASHAN, EUAN

SHELL FOOD MART

6090 ALTAMA AV

BWK

PATEL, JYOTSNABEN

SNAPPER BISCUIT, LLC

2463 DEMERE RD 101

SSI

PECK, DARRYL

SNAPPY FOOD MART

4200 HIGHWAY 99

BWK

PATEL, DINESH L

SONNY'S REAL PIT BAR-B-Q

5328 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

LOOMIS, KATHY

SOUTHERN SOUL BARBEQUE

2020 DEMERE RD

SSI

BUFFKIN,, FRANKLIN G.

SPARKER

161 MILLENNIUM BLVD

BWK

PATEL, JAYMIN

SPG 11 INC.

2764 HIGHWAY 17 S

BWK

PATEL, MIHIR

SPORTSMAN PACKAGE STORE

4198 NORWICH ST EXT

BWK

PATEL, RAMESH

STERLING LIQUORS

7212 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PATEL, DIVYANK

TARA THAI

307 LONGVIEW PLZ

SSI

DECHAWUTH, THAMRONG

THAT'S ITALIAN CUCINA E PIZZERIA NAPOLETANA

118 RETREAT VILLAGE

SSI

RIVERA, DANIEL

THE BOON DOX

7270 BLYTHE ISLAND

BWK

WATERS, SR, ANTHONY W

THE COPPER PIG

704 MALL BLVD

BWK

JONES, THOMAS C.

THE CRAB TRAP

1209 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

MERRILL, BOB D.

THE DECOY BAR AND GRILL

1226 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

SINGLETON, JANET

THE FREDERICA HOUSE

3611 FREDERICA RD

SSI

MITCHELL, CHARLES T

THE HALF SHELL

504 BEACHVIEW DR 1A

SSI

MERRILL, BLAKE

THE HAMPTON CLUB

100 TABBYSTONE 26000

SSI

JONES, PRES, EARL F

THE INN AT SEA ISLAND/SEA ISLAND ACQUISITION, LLC

100 SALT MARSH DR

SSI

STEILEN, SCOTT

THE KING & PRINCE BEACH & GOLF RESORT

201 ARNOLD RD

SSI

MATTOX, MARION

THE LODGE SEA ISLAND

100 RETREAT AV

SSI

JOHANNES, AMY K.

THE MARKET AT SEA ISLAND

351 SEA ISLAND RD 101

SSI

GILBERT, JAMES

THE STILL & WINERY

1028 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

ZEH, KRISTINE

THE PUB PACKAGE STORE

1675 FREDERICA RD

SSI

WEBER, MARC

THE STRIKE ZONE

380 MILLENNIUM BLVD

BWK

STRICKLAND, DR DARRIN

TOBACCO PALACE/ PRAMUKH SWMI, LLC

250 GOLDEN ISLES PLZ

BWK

BHAGUBHAIG PATEL

TOMMY'S CORNER

6010 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

PATEL, HARESH

TOUCAN'S ALE HOUSE

2450 PERRY LANE RD

BWK

SAWYER, JOSEPH R

TRAMICI

75 CINEMA LN

SSI

SNYDER, DAVID R

TRAVELCENTER OF AMERICA

185 DUNGENESS DR

BWK

TRUEBLOOD, VALERIE

TWO WAY FISH CAMP

250 CHARLIE GIBBS WAY

BWK

SMITH, RICHARD O.

UMA CONVENIENCE STORE

6110 ALTAMA AV 100

BWK

PATEL, JASHBHAI B.

VILLAGE INN & SUITES

500 MALLERY ST

SSI

STEWART, GEORGE H

VILLAGE PACKAGE  & GIFTS

508 OCEAN BLVD

SSI

PATEL, RAMESH

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER # 639

150 ALTAMA CONN

BWK

DE'LAY, GREGORY

WEBER'S GROWLER FACTORY

115 LONGVIEW PLZ

SSI

WEBER, KELLY & MARC

WINE BODY & SOUL

208 REDFERN VLG

SSI

ELLIOTT, SHEILA M.

WINN DIXIE #0067

341 VENTURE DR

BWK

JONES, TERRANCE

WINN DIXIE #159

5420 NEW JESUP HWY

BWK

HOWARD, CINDY

ZACHRY'S RESTAURANT, INC.

415 PALISADE DR

BWK

ZACHRY, JR, DAVID R

 

 

Police Chief Matt Doering said all applicants met the requirements for consideration of issuance of the licenses. This item was opened for public comment, yet no one addressed the Board.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Browning to approve the renewal of these alcoholic beverage licenses. The motion carried unanimously.

 

6.         Consider denying the request for renewal of the alcoholic beverage license for Ziggy Mahoney’s Inc., 206 Retreat Village, St. Simons Island, GA. Keenan Carter, licensee.  REPORT

 

Police Chief Matt Doering and Community Development Director David Hainley reported that Ziggy Mahoney’s was issued an alcoholic beverage license for a restaurant serving on premises, on September 2, 2008. Because of its location, Ziggy Mahoney’s did not qualify as a lounge. The ordinance requires a restaurant to serve a “substantial entrée” and have “adequate facilities and sufficient fulltime employees”.

During its annual food service permit inspection process, the Environmental Health Department inspected Ziggy Mahoney’s and found only one pack of hotdogs onsite. The Police Chief investigated and confirmed that food was not available in the restaurant.

Keenan Carter, owner of Ziggy’s, explained that he was experiencing difficulties staffing the kitchen of the restaurant, but he hoped to have this resolved soon. 

This item was opened for public comment and Wayne Bennett, Jim Royal, and Kathy Stratton spoke in favor of the license renewal.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and Commissioner Stambaugh to approve renewal of the alcoholic beverage license, subject to and conditioned upon the Board of Commissioners’ revisiting applicant’s compliance with the ordinance at the Board of Commissioners’ April 7, 2016, meeting. The motion carried unanimously.

 

7.         Consider denying the request for renewal of the alcoholic beverage license for M & B Liquors, 61 Candler Dr., Brunswick, GA. William Walker, licensee. REPORT

 

Police Chief Matt Doering reported that part of the licensing application process requires an applicant to consent to a criminal history background check. During this process it was discovered that William Walker was convicted of Driving Under the Influence on February 4, 2015. The alcohol ordinance prohibits a person convicted of DUI during the preceding two years from holding a license.

Mr. Walker’s attorney, Amanda Williams, advised that she had just filed a motion to vacate the conviction and had requested a new trial.

This item was opened for public comment and Dan Coty and Bill Foster spoke in favor of the license renewal.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Browning and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve the renewal of the alcoholic beverage license for M&B  Liquors pending the adjudication of the applicant’s motion to vacate his conviction. The two year time frame for not holding an alcohol license would begin when a final decision on his pending motion to vacate is reached.  The Board will hold a revocation hearing, if necessary, on the alcoholic beverage license upon final adjudication of the motion to vacate. This item will be revisited at the Board of Commissioners’ April 7, 2016, meeting. The motion carried 6-0-1 with Commissioner Booker abstaining.

 

CONSENT AGENDA – General Business

 

8.         Approved the minutes of the special called meetings held August 18, 2015, October 13, 2015, October 20, 2015, November 17, 2015, as well as the minutes of the regular meeting held December 3, 2015, subject to any necessary corrections.  (C. Overstreet)

 

9.         Appointed Kevin Pullen and Brandi Whitfield to serve on the Coastal African American Historic Preservation Commission (CAAHPC). These are the unexpired terms of Buck Crosby and Patricia Morris. The terms begin immediately and end June 30, 2016.

 

10.       Reappointed Speedy Tostensen to serve another term on the Blythe Island Regional Park Advisory Board representing the At-Large Post 1. The term begins immediately and ends June 30, 2019.

 

11.       Approved the Settlement and Release Agreement with American Contractors Indemnity Company in settlement of all claims existing between Glynn County and American Contractors Indemnity Co. regarding the bid bond issued to Energy Smart Insulation Co. in connection with the Fire Station No. 1 Roof Repair Project. REPORT

 

12.       Approved the Memorandum of Understanding with the Joint Water and Sewer Commission (JWSC) for certain additional work elements for the Canal Road improvement project at no cost to the County. (D. Hainley) REPORT

 

CONSENT AGENDA – Finance Committee

 

13.       Pursuant to the County Grants Policy, authorized the Board of Commissioners’ Chairman or County Manager to approve the filing of grant applications for County projects during Calendar Year 2016. (T. Miller) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

14.       Declared certain unusable items as surplus and approved disposing of these items in the best interest of the County.  (T. Miller) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

15.       Approve the corrections and exemptions to the digest as recommended by the Board of Assessors and the Chief Appraiser at their Thursday, November 5, 2015, meeting with clarification that this does not approve a tax refund.  (R. Glisson) (FC Vote: 2-0-1) REPORT This item was removed from the consent agenda at the request of Commissioner Brunson.

 

16.       Adopted a Resolution to amend the FY14/15 Budget.  (T. Miller) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

            Resolution #R-50-15

 

17.       Accepted the 2015 Georgia Humanities Grant to hire presenters for the 2016 Adult Summer Reading Program and authorized a budget increase in the amount of $2,000 in revenues and expenditures for the libraries. The grant match will be provided by the Literary Guild of St. Simons.   (G. Mullis) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

18.       Accepted the 2015 Victim of Crime Act (VOCA) grant contract in the amount of $35,650 from the Georgia Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC). The funds support the activities of the Crime Victim Liaison between October 1, 2015 and September 30, 2016. The program projected budget is $44,563 yielding a county share of $8,913. The local share has been incorporated into the proposed Police Department budget. Approval includes amending the Police Operations – VOCA Grant’s FY16 revenue and expenditures budget by $650.  C15-8-069 (T. Miller) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

19.       Authorized staff to accept the bid from Southern Computer Warehouse for the purchase of nine 57” Infocus Mondopad units in the amount of $47,902.32 with funding provided by the Fire Fund Capital budget and the remaining budget balance is requested to be utilized for professional installation on state contract with a not to exceed amount of $8540.68, and accept the sealed bid option for a 70” Mondopad at $8,151.91 with funding provided by the Information Technology Capital Budget.  (D. West) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

20.       Approved the continuation/extension of the Quality Recording Solutions, LLC, Maintenance Services Agreement with funding to be provided by the 911 Center’s FY16 operating budget.  (S. Usher) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

21.       Approved submittal of a project list and application to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) for the 2016 Local Maintenance & Improvement Grant (LMIG) program with funding provided by the Capital Fund Project that includes GDOT 2016 LMIG funding and from the General Fund fund balance as required and authorized staff to solicit bids for the projects once LMIG funds are available from the State.  (D. Austin) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

22.       Approved the issuance of a Purchase Order for one Ford F350 to Mike Murphy Ford for $34,871 and a Purchase Order for three one-half ton Chevrolet Silverado pickups at $23,242 per unit for a total of $69,726 to Lansdale Chevrolet with funding to be provided by the FY15 Capital Projects Fund and Solid Waste Collection Fund Budgets.  (D. Austin) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

23.       Approved utilizing the services of ShawHankins, Inc. to create and distribute Forms 1094-C and 1095-C at an estimated cost of $6,784 with funding to come from the Employee Benefits Fund.  (O. Reed) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

24.       Accepted the proposal for workers’ compensation coverage and administrative services and approve the contract with the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia – Georgia Self-Insured Workers’ Compensation Fund (ACCG GSIWCF) for said coverage and services at an estimated contribution rate of $259,340 for the January 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016, period and a per occurrence deductible of $500,000 effective January 1, 2016, with funding to be provided by the Employee Benefits Fund.  (O. Reed) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

25.       Authorized staff to submit requests for proposals (RFP) to interested companies for the operation of Blythe Island Regional Park (BIRP) and authorized the County Attorney’s Office to contact the National Park Service for authorization to contract out operations of the park.  (A. Ours) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

26.       Approved the FY 2016 supplemental subgrant contract with the Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) providing $18,917 to support the activities of the Glynn/Camden Drug Court between January 1, 2016, and June 30, 2016. Subgrant No. J16-8-009 (T. Miller) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Stambaugh to approve all items on the consent agenda with exception of item 15, which was removed for discussion. The motion carried unanimously.

 

 

ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA FOR DISCUSSION

 

15.       Approve the corrections and exemptions to the digest as recommended by the Board of Assessors and the Chief Appraiser at their Thursday, November 5, 2015, meeting with clarification that this does not approve a tax refund.  (R. Glisson) (FC Vote: 2-0-1) REPORT This item was removed from the consent agenda at the request of Commissioner Brunson.

                       

Commissioner Brunson announced he wanted to abstain from this vote.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Stambaugh to approve this item. The motion carried 6-0-1 with Commissioner Brunson abstaining.

 

GENERAL BUSINESS

 

27.       Consider authorizing the chairman to issue a letter in response to recent press inquiries regarding Caroline Small. This item was deferred from the Board’s December 3, 2015, meeting.   REPORT

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Browning and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to table item 27 indefinitely. The motion carried unanimously.

 

28.       Consider amending Chapter 2-7 of the Glynn County Code of Ordinances to amend the Fire Protection Ordinance changing all references of the “Bureau of Fire Prevention” to “Fire Marshal” and adding definitions and regulations for fire alarm, sprinkler systems, suppression systems, and fire extinguishers. (J. Johnson) REPORT

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Brunson and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve amending Sections 2-7-1 through 2-7-35 of the Code of Ordinances. The motion carried unanimously. Ordinance #O-2015-23

 

29.       Consider authorizing staff to submit an application for $2,507,817 to ACCG for the lease purchase of four pumpers and a ladder truck.  (T. Miller) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Stambaugh to authorize staff to submit an application to ACCG for the lease purchase of four pumpers and a ladder truck. The motion carried unanimously.

 

30.       Consider approving the third option year of the contract with Southeast Georgia Health Systems for the provision of completing wellness physicals for the Fire Department staff effective January 1, 2016, at a cost of $240 per physical with funding to be provided by the FY16 and FY17 Operating Budgets.  (N. Mann) (FC Vote: 3-0) REPORT

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Brunson and seconded by Commissioner Stambaugh to approve the third option year of the contract with SGHS. The motion carried unanimously.

 

31.       Consider requesting that the Glynn County Board of Elections and Registration work with the Legislative and Congressional Reapportionment Office of the Georgia General Assembly and other individuals and agencies as may be appropriate to draft possible redistricting plans for the Glynn County Board of Commissioners and for the Board of Elections and Registration to take the steps and actions necessary to present such plans to the Board of Commissioners for review and consideration.  If approved, this action would not require or obligate the Board of Commissioners to approve or move forward with any such redistricting plan, but would only initiate the process of having possible redistricting plans drafted and presented to the Board of Commissioners so that it could later consider requesting the local delegation (e.g. via formal Resolution) introduce to the General Assembly for passage as local legislation. (D. Provenzano)

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve. The motion carried unanimously.

 

32.       Election of Chairman and Vice Chairman for 2016

           

Commissioner Coleman nominated Commissioner Strickland for Chairman for 2016.

Commissioner Brunson seconded the motion to nominate Commissioner Strickland.  

Commissioner Browning moved to close the nominations and Commissioner Stambaugh seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

 

Commissioner Strickland nominated Commissioner Browning for Vice Chairman for 2016. Commissioner Coleman seconded the motion to nominate Commissioner Browning. Commissioner Brunson moved to close the nominations and Commissioner Stambaugh seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

 

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION/POST EXECUTIVE SESSION ACTION

 

The Board did not hold an executive session during this meeting.

 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:37 p.m.

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                             

Richard Strickland, 2016 Chairman

Board of Commissioners

Glynn County, Georgia

 

Attest:

 

 

                                       

Cindee S. Overstreet, Clerk