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Madison Co. BOC to meet Monday
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Madison Co. BOC to meet Monday
Saturday, September 26. 2009
The Madison County Board of Commissioners will meet at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Sept. 28, in the county government complex.
Agenda items include:
•Chairman’s report. (Chairman Anthony Dove)
•Report from IDA. (Marvin White)
•Statements and remarks from citizens on agenda items.
•Annual report of the Georgia Forestry Commission for the Elbert/Madison County unit. (Chief Ranger Wesley Moss)
•Consider bids for records management contract for the sheriff’s department. (Sheriff Kip Thomas)
•Consider budget amendment from 2008 administration for the Sheriff’s Department. (Sheriff Kip Thomas)
•Consider appeal of Section 188.8.131.52 of the zoning ordinance for Teresa Brooks. (Linda Fortson)
•Discuss building inspection software. (Eddie Pritchett)
•Discuss moving Beth Harmon to a 75-percent employee. (Donna Sisk)
•Consider two part-time employees to the call in list for EMS. (Donna Sisk)
•Consider proclamation for Rotary Club for 400th ramp built. (Chairman Dove)
•Consider adoption of Spratlin Pond Road. (Commissioner Mike Youngblood)
•Consider amending County Noise Ordinance. (Commissioner Pete Bond)
•Discuss appointment to planning and zoning board for District 1 for next term. (Commissioner Stanley Thomas)
•Discuss purchasing policy change. (Chairman Dove)
•Roads update. (Chairman Dove)
•Urgent matters. (Chairman Dove)
•Review October 5, 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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