The Madison County Board of Commissioners will meet at 6:30 p.m., Monday, June 1, in the county government complex.
Agenda items include:
•Business involving guests, groups or multiple visitors.
•Chairman’s report (Anthony Dove)
•Hearings and actions on rezoning matters, special use permits, etc.: (Linda Fortson)
•Carol Jordan for the estate of her mother Betty Crowe — she requests to rezone approximately 3.5 acres from R-R to A-1 to combine with the adjoining property. The property is located on Map 31 Parcel 11 on Hwy 29 and Garnett Ward Road in District 3.
•Carol Jordan request to rezone her two acres from R-R to A-1 to combine with the adjoining property. The property is located on May 31 Parcel 11-01 on Hwy 29 in District 3.
•Carol Jordan request to rezone .59 ac from B-2 to R-R to combine with adjoining property. The property is located on Hwy. 29 on Map 31 Parcel 11-02 in District 3.
•Joe and Betty Guest request to rezone 3.89 ac from A-2 to R-1 to subdivide two existing homes on the property. The property is located on Map 93 Parcel 81 on Hwy 1-72 in District 2.
•David Peck request an area variance on 3.60 acres — he can’t meet his building setback. The property is located on Map 48 Parcel 65 on Harry Paul Road in District 2.
•Chairman Wayne Douglas, amendment to the Madison County Zoning Ordinance: Section 9.12 Outdoor Storage Yards, Section 18.104.22.168 Manufactured mobile units.
•Statements and remarks from citizens on agenda items.
•Consent agenda: none.
•Consider proclamation for Gary Locke. (Chairman Dove)
•Consider request from DFCS for their 2010 budget. (Chairman Dove)
•Consider hiring one to three employees for the road department. (Tony Mattox)
•Consider amendments to occupation tax/business license. (Eddie Pritchett)
•Consider facilities use agreement for Madison County Little League and Facilities.
•Use agreement for Madison County Youth Association. (Chairman Dove)
•Open bids for Cherokee Road. (Chairman Dove)
•Roads update. (Chairman Dove)
•Statements and remarks from citizens.
•Closed session to discuss land acquisition, personnel matters and/or potential litigation (if needed).
Was payment and remedies for non paid real estate taxes discussed ?
Small Businesses in Madison County
06/05/09 at 11:15 AM
The "Bad For Business" Tax is GONE! DEAD! DONE AWAY WITH!
It's a good day for the citizens of Madison County when commissioners LISTEN to the people, realize when an error has been made, and instead of stubbornly sticking to it, do THE RIGHT THING and GET RID OF IT.
Three commissioners showed me some maturity, intelligence, respect for the people, and common sense. YOU HAVE EARNED MY SUPPORT.
Two other commissioners have shown they don't want to listen to or respect their constituents (again and again truth be told).