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Madison Co. BOC to meet Monday
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Madison Co. BOC to meet Monday
Monday, July 27. 2009
The Madison County Board of Commissioners will meet at 6:30 p.m., Monday, July 27, in the county government complex.
Agenda items include:
•Chairman’s report. (Chairman Dove)
•Report from IDA – Marvin White.
•Statements and remarks from citizens on agenda items.
•Consider lease of copier for sheriff’s department. (Sheriff Thomas)
•Consider signing group adoption agreement for the ACCG inmate medical. (Chairman Dove)
•Consider refund request for Watson Home Builders and Gail Bates. (Robin Baker)
•Consider advancement for Renee Botelho from appraiser I to appraiser II. (Robin Baker)
•Consider personnel issues for EMS. (Donna Sisk)
•Discuss changing Human Resource Director Donna Sisk from hourly to salaried status. (Chairman Dove)
•Discuss personnel issues for the road department (Tony Mattox)
•Consider Virginia Lane 25 mph speed limit. (Commissioner Youngblood)
•Consider future pay increases. (Commissioner Pethel)
•Consider amendment to criminal justice technologies software license and support agreement. (Mike Pruett)
•Discuss personnel policy. (Chairman Dove)
•Consider transport of bodies for coroner. (Commissioner Youngblood)
•Roads update. (Chairman Dove)
•Review August 3, 2009 agenda for business meeting.
•Statements and remarks from citizens.
•Closed session to discuss land acquisition, personnel matters and/or potential litigation (if needed).
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