MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING

GLYNN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

HISTORIC GLYNN COUNTY COURTHOUSE

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

THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2013 AT 6:00 PM

 

PRESENT:                     Mary Hunt, Chairman, District 4

Dale Provenzano, Vice Chairman, District 2

Michael Browning, Commissioner, District 1

Richard Strickland, Commissioner, District 3

Allen Booker, Commissioner, District 5

Clyde Taylor, Commissioner, At Large Post 1

Bob Coleman, Commissioner, At Large Post 2

                                                             

ALSO PRESENT:           Alan Ours, County Administrator

Aaron Mumford, County Attorney

Jennifer Moye, Acting Deputy County Clerk

 

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE       

 

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD - No requests to speak were received during the sign up period.

 

COMMISSION PRESENTATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to add item 16.1 and 16.2 to the published consent agenda. The motion carried unanimously.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to defer item 13 to the August 1, 2013 meeting. The motion carried unanimously.

 

Chairman Hunt announced staff requested item 41 be removed from the agenda.

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Alcoholic Beverage License

 

1.         Consider the issuance of a 2013 alcoholic beverage license to Chile Peppers, LLC, 301 Longview Plaza, St Simons Island, GA 31522. The license is to sell distilled spirits, malt beverages and wine, for consumption on premises of a restaurant.   Sunday sales permitted.  This is a new 2013 license.  Mayte Cruz, licensee (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering) This item was deferred from the Board’s July 18, 2013 meeting.  LINK

 

Mayte Cruz, licensee, was present at the meeting as required by ordinance. Assistant Police Chief Scott Trautz said the applicant met the requirements for consideration of issuance of the license.

This item was opened for public comment and Keenan Carter spoke in favor of the applicant. No one addressed the Board in opposition.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Taylor and seconded by Commissioner Booker to approve the issuance of a 2013 alcoholic beverage license to Chile Peppers, LLC. The motion carried unanimously.

 

2.         Consider the transfer of licensee for the 2013 alcoholic beverage license of Logan’s Roadhouse, 101 Capitol Square Drive, Brunswick, GA 31525. The license is to sell distilled spirits, malt beverages, and wine for consumption on premises of a restaurant. Sunday sales permitted.  Michael Johnson, licensee (Occupation Tax/Chief Doering) LINK

 

Michael Johnson, licensee, was present at the meeting as required by ordinance. Assistant Police Chief Scott Trautz 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 Provenzano to approve the transfer of licensee for a 2013 alcoholic beverage license to Logan’s Roadhouse. The motion carried unanimously.

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Land Use

 

3.         ZM2654 Zoning Map Correction #1 – Consider a request to make corrections to the Glynn County Zoning Map as provided in Article XI, Section 1110. Case GC-25-99 involves 124 Chapel Crossing Road and was incorrectly depicted on the Zoning Map. Based on research of the records, the parcel should be depicted on the Zoning Map as GC (General Commercial) rather than HC (Highway Commercial). Parcel ID: 03-15745 (D. Hainley) LINK

 

Community Development Director David Hainley presented this item. It was then opened for public comment, yet no one addressed the Board.

    

A motion was made by Commissioner Coleman and seconded by Commissioner Booker to approve ZM2654 to correct the Zoning Map. The motion carried unanimously. Resolution #R-28-13

 

4.         ZM2655 Zoning Map Correction #2 – Consider a request to make corrections to the Glynn County Zoning Map as provided in Article XI, Section 1110. The correction involves the zoning case of ZM2574 – The Palmettos at Demere, which was incorrectly depicted on the Zoning Map. The Zoning Map incorrectly shows this zoning as PDR (Planned Development Residential), which is a zoning classification was not referenced in the Zoning Ordinance. The correct classification is PD (Planned Development). Parcel ID: 04-05879 (D. Hainley) LINK

 

Community Development Director David Hainley presented this item. Commissioner Booker received a call from the homeowner claiming that there are issues with the property line. David Hainley reported that this Zoning Map correction will not affect the property line of the homeowner that contacted Commissioner Booker. It was then opened for public comment, yet no one addressed the Board.

    

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve ZM2655 to correct the Zoning Map. The motion carried 6-0-1 with Commissioner Booker abstaining. Resolution #R-29-13

 

5.         ZM2627 The Three Cottages – Consider a request to rezone from RR (Resort Residential) to PD (Planned Development) a 0.331 acre property located at 320 and 340 First Street on St. Simons Island. The purpose of the request is to allow a three lot single-family dwelling subdivision with specific density and development parameters to be served by public utilities. Parcel ID: 04-03958; 04-03959. Robert Ussery, agent for Adam Swann of Terra Capp LLC, owner. (D. Hainley) LINK

 

                      Mr. Hainley reported the following:

This property has been under multiple owners and its development has been on and off through the years resulting in varied and serious drainage and lot coverage issues, and building code violations ending with a partially constructed building that is dilapidated and unsafe.

The current owner has proposed to rezone the property to address these problems with specific development criteria that will not only rid the neighborhood of its present unsightly structure and prevent the objectionable results of the previous development, but will control precisely what will be built on this property. The proposed zoning ensures less density than allowed by the property’s existing RR zoning district.

The proposal is to allow three single family houses on three separate lots. A master plan securing the lot configuration, a Planned Development text establishing what will be built, and elevations of the single family buildings to be developed all serve to regulate the future of the lot, once the present structure is demolished as required and planned. Also included are requirements for the developer to correct the broken pavement on First Street, which was substantially damaged by a former developer, and to implement or install an improved drainage plan for the site with easements as required by the County Engineer.

The Islands Planning Commission made two motions in an attempt to make a recommendation to deny the rezoning request, however neither motion carried, resulting in no formal action being taken. The applicant chose to go forward with submitting the request to the Board of Commissioners, which is allowed by the zoning ordinance.

This item was opened for public hearing and Robert Ussery, Adam Swann, and residents of the area Hal Sigmund, Joe McDonough, Debbie Mason, Patrick Anderson, Mike Herring, Mike Fitzgerald, Leroy Dickson, Larry Smith, and Wayne Scarbourgh spoke in favor of the application. No one addressed the Board in opposition.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Provenzano and seconded by Commissioner Taylor to approve ZM2627 The Three Cottages from RR (Resort Residential) to the PD (Planned Development). The motion failed 3-4 with Commissioner Hunt, Commissioner Strickland, Commissioner Coleman, and Commissioner Browning opposed.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to deny ZM2627 The Three Cottages from RR (Resort Residential) to PD (Planned Development). The motion carried 4-3 with Commissioner Provenzano, Commissioner Taylor, and Commissioner Booker opposed.   

 

6.         ZM2637 Sea Marshes Tract – Consider a request to rezone from OC (Office Commercial) to PD (Planned Development) Lot 3 of the Sea Marshes Tract consisting of 1.206 acres of a 4.976 acre tract located at a physical address of 351 Sea Island Road. Parcel ID: 04-14403. Bill Edenfield, agent for James B. Gilbert, Jr., representative of Sea Island Acquisition, LLC, owner. (D. Hainley) LINK

 

Mr. Hainley reported the following:

The Sea Marshes Tract consists of four lots zoned Office Commercial, three of which have been developed with buildings. The property owners considered rezoning all four lots, but upon further consideration the request was developed for Lot 3 only.

The intention of this Planned Development zoning is to establish added uses envisioned for the building on Lot 3 to be Sea Island’s welcome center. Situated at the neck of the Sea Island Causeway, Sea Island would be promoted through retail sales of souvenir and grocery items and alcoholic beverages. Souvenir services, too, as outlined in Temporary Uses, would allow special events with associated uses under the Sea Island brand.

A Planned Development Text is proposed to allow Office Commercial Uses, as are currently allowed, adding Mixed Commercial Uses tailored to this district. The Office Commercial uses proposed are the same as those currently in Glynn County’s ordinance, except for a height standard reduction to thirty-five (35’) feet.  

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve ZM2637 to rezone from OC to PD Lot 3 of the Sea Marshes Tract. The motion carried unanimously.  Resolution #R-30-13

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING – Abandonment

 

7.         Consider the application for abandonment of a portion of the Jenkins Lane and Roadway Road right-of-way in the Dock Junction area of Brunswick, Ga. Patricia Newman and Christian Renewal Ministries, applicants.  Staff recommends approval of the application subject to the retention of utility and Georgia Power easements, and approval of an agreement with the applicants requiring them to construct a cul-de-sac, provide an access easement for public safety, and allow adjacent property owners to utilize Jenkins Lane to remove or install mobile homes. (P. Andrews) LINK

 

County Engineer Paul Andrews reported the following:

SOURCE OF TITLE: Lease from Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Company and prescriptive rights. No dedication has been found.

PRESENT USE OF RIGHT-OF-WAY: Opened as roadway access to the adjacent parcels and other parcels in the subdivision. Utilities are also present in the right-of-way.

PAST HISTORY: This area has been used in its present state for many years. Glynn County paved Jenkins and Roadway in the past and currently maintains them.

POTENTIAL USE IN THE FUTURE: This right-of-way could be used for access to the adjacent parcels and other parcels in the subdivision. 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: The applicant indicates that abandonment would increase public safety in the area.

Abandonment of this portion of the right-of-way would create a dead-end street on Roadway Road. Therefore, the applicants have signed an agreement stating Christian Renewal will construct a cul-de-sac at its expense and that the abandonment is not effective until the cul-de-sac is completed.

Georgia Power has requested that an easement be executed for the existing power lines in the right-of-way.

Staff concurred with the request for the abandonment of a portion of the Jenkins Lane and Roadway Road rights-of-way in the Dock Junction area, provided an easement for utilities is reserved and the agreement is approved.

This item was opened for public comment and Foster Lindberg spoke in favor of the abandonment and no one spoke in opposition.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Taylor and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve the abandonment of a portion of the Jenkins Lane and Roadway Road rights-of-way in the Dock Junction Subdivision, subject to the retention of utility and Georgia Power easements, an agreement with the applicants requiring them to construct a cul-de-sac, the provision of an access easement for public safety, and the allowance of adjacent property owners to utilize Jenkins Lane to remove or install mobile homes. The motion included authorization for the Chairman’s to sign an agreement with Christian Renewal and Patricia Newman regarding the stipulations. The motion carried unanimously. Resolution #R-31-13

           

PUBLIC HEARING – Establishment of Fee

 

8.         Consider authorizing the GIS Department to sell scanned plats in bulk to customers requesting the inventory of as-builts, deeds, and other documents stored by the GIS Department. (H. Key) LINK

 

GIS Manager Hunter Key recommended the Board allow the sale of scanned documents as follows:

 

Boundary Documents:

File Size

Cost

Deeds

308 MB 

$15.00

Jekyll Island

836 MB 

$15.00

Mobile Home Parks

178 MB  

$15.00

Right of Way Drawings

52 GB 

$156.00

Final Plats

112 GB  

$336.00

Asbuilt Documents:

Sanitary Sewer

16.6 GB

$49.80

Sewer and Water

7.8 GB

$23.40

Water

14.3 GB

$42.90

Storm Drainage

7.9 GB

$23.70

Original City Layout Documents:

City Plat Maps

508 MB

$15.00

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Taylor and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve the prices listed above. The motion carried unanimously.

 

CONSENT AGENDA – General Business

 

9.         Approved the minutes of the regular meeting held June 20, 2013, subject to any necessary corrections.  (C. Overstreet)

 

10.       Appointed Debbie Scariano to serve on the Coastal Regional Commission’s Aging Services Advisory Council. The term will begin July 1, 2013 and end June 30, 2016. 

 

11.       Authorized the Chairman to send a letter to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) regarding the proposed well, elevated tank and water system expansion near Hwy 82. This overall project involves three SPLOST 4 and 5 projects. (D. Hainley) LINK

 

12.       Approved the ESRI ArcGIS Online Community Maps Program Participation Agreement and authorized the chairman to sign the agreement. This will allow the hosting of web based maps for public use. (H. Key) LINK 

 

13.       Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the required contract with Atlanta Gas & Light Company (AGL) Resources for gas service to the new Detention Center, subject to the contract being approved as to form by the County Attorney’s Office. (D. Hainley) LINK

 

This item was deferred to the August 1, 2013 meeting

 

14.       Approved Commissioner Coleman's nomination of James Howard (currently serving) and Commissioner Provenzano’s nomination of Alan Jerome Clark, Jr. to serve on the Glynn County Selden Park Advisory Board. The terms begin July 1, 2013 and end June 30, 2017. (C. Overstreet)

 

15.       Approved a tax refund in the amount of $22,967.79 to Ashton Perry Park, LP. (A. Mumford) LINK

 

16.       Approved the removal of the traffic signal at Ninth Street and Ross Road and change to two-way stop control. (B. Rowell) LINK

 

16.1    Authorized the County Attorney and the Assistant County Attorney to execute closing documents on behalf of Glynn County for acquisition of the right-of-way for the Perry Lane Road intersection improvement project. (W. Worley) LINK

 

16.2     Authorized staff to purchase special warning signs, and storage shed with approval to install electric power and water for the purpose of equipping police beach patrol and search and rescue response equipment in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00 with funding to be provided by the police seizure fund balance. (M. Doering) LINK

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA – Finance Committee

 

17.       Approved bidding of those materials, goods, projects, or services whose funding has been approved in the FY 2013/2014 budget. (T. Miller) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK 

 

18.       Received the monthly Workers Compensation Report.  (O. Reed) LINK

           

19.       Approved declaring certain unusable items as surplus and approved the disposal of these items in the best interest of the county. (R. Grolemund) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK

 

20.       Approved a budget transfer and budget adjustment of $35,000 to purchase special equipment, services, and training with funding to come from the Police Seizure Fund Balance. (M. Doering) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK

 

21.       Established the Fiscal Year 2014 Jail Operating Fund budget in the amount of $97,623 in order to fund operations of the Detention Center for FY14. (N. Jump) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK

 

22.       Approved the addition of a part-time Administrative Technician in the Board of Elections Office beginning January 2, 2014, with funding to be provided by General Fund fund balance. (C. Johnson) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK 

 

23.       Approved the repair of the UPS unit located at the Zuta Communications Tower, at a cost of $16,855 pursuant to the quote received from Integrated Power Solutions with funding to be provided by General Fund fund balance in the amount of $11,125 and City of Brunswick in the amount of $5,730.  (D. O’Neal) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK 

 

24.       Approved the corrections to the digest as recommended by the Board of Assessors and the Chief Appraiser at their Thursday, June 6, 2013 meeting with clarification that this does not approve a tax refund. (R. Glisson) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK

 

25.       Approved the corrections to the digest as recommended by the Board of Assessors and the Chief Appraiser at their Thursday, June 20, 2013 meeting with clarification that this does not approve a tax refund. (R. Glisson) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK 

 

26.       Approved application WSV2508 – 4200 Highway 99/32 (Snappy Mart) to utilize individual water and sewer facilities, as outlined in Section 606.1 of the Glynn County Subdivision Regulations for a two lot subdivision, zoned FA, Forest Agricultural, and HC, Highway Commercial. The proposed expedited plat associated with the request is XS2507. The project consists of a 4.87 acre parcel being divided into two (2) lots, each consisting of 1.5 acres and the remainder of the parcel being 3.37 acres. The closest public water is over 2,000 feet, and the closest sewer is over 1,000 feet from this site. Dorcus Ryals and Jimmy Ryals, applicants. Parcel ID for the parent parcel is 03-07283. (D. Hainley) (FC Vote: 3-0) Resolution #R-32-13   LINK 

 

27.       Approved application WSV2580 – 194 Moody Road to utilize individual water and sewer facilities, as outlined in Section 606.1 of the Glynn County Subdivision Regulations for a two lot subdivision, zoned FA (Forest Agricultural). The proposed expedited plat associated with the request is XS2579. The project consists of a 44.58 acre parcel being divided into 2 lots, each consisting of 21.869 acres, and 1.069 acre. The closest public water and sewer is at McKenzie Drive and Highway 341, over 10,560 feet from this site. Joseph Moody, applicant. Parcel ID for the parent parcel is 03-07099. (D. Hainley) (FC Vote: 3-0) Resolution #R-33-13 LINK 

 

28.       Approved application WSV2610 – Blue Estate, a portion, to utilize individual sewer facilities, as outlined in Section 606.1 of the Glynn County Subdivision Regulations for a two lot subdivision, zoned FA (Forest Agricultural). The proposed expedited plat associated with the request is XS2609. The project consists of a 10.24 acre parcel being divided into two (2) lots, each consisting 7.22 acres, and 3.02 acres. The closest public water is approximately ten (+/-10) feet and the closest public sewer is approximately 3,900 feet from this site. Jackson Surveying, applicant. Parcel ID for the parent parcel is 02- 02073. (D. Hainley) (FC Vote: 3-0) Resolution #R-34-13 LINK 

 

29.       Approved application WSV2653 – Outland Plantation/Sinclair Tract, to connect to individual sewer, as outlined in Section 606.1 of the Glynn County Subdivision Regulations for a two lot subdivision, zoned FA (Forest Agricultural). The proposed expedited plat associated with the request is XS2643. The project consists of a 10.99 acre parcel being divided into 2 lots. The closest public sewer is approximately 2,000 feet from this location. Bill Edenfield, applicant. Parcel ID 04-01329. (D. Hainley) (FC Vote: 3-0) Resolution #R-35-13 LINK 

 

30.       Approved the FY14 Brunswick Area Transportation Study (BATS) FHWA Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Program Planning Services Contract between the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and Glynn County. Funding will be provided as follows: Federal Share (80%) $63,800 and Local Match Share (20%) $15,950 provided by the Community Development operating budget, for a total contract cost of $79,750. Section 5303 PL000-0011-00-796 and PI Number 0011796 (FC Vote: 3-0) (D. Hainley) LINK

 

31.       Approved the contract with the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) for funds to support the Drug Court in the amount of $199,631 and authorize the Chairman to execute the contract upon review by the County Attorney. (D. Hainley) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK

 

32.       Approved the first year contract extension with Keep Brunswick Golden Isles Beautiful (KBGIB) for solid waste reduction in the amount of $51,294. (D. Hainley) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK

 

33.       Approved execution of the personnel contract with the University System of Georgia’s Cooperative Extension Office to extend the County Ag Agent contract through June 30, 2014.  (A. Ours) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK 

 

34.       Approved the renewal of the contract for services with Emergency Communications Network (ECN) to provide for the communication of essential information to ensure the safety and preparedness of citizens during threatening situations with funding to be provided by the E911 fund budget. The emergency notification system is known as CodeRed.  (D. O’Neal) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK LINK 

 

35.       Approved the bid for construction of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) upgrades at Glynn County Fire Station 1, located at 4310 Community Road, from Southern Contractors of Glynn, Inc. with funding provided by the Fire Fund fund balance in the amount of $114,054. (A. Thomas) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK 

 

36.       Approved authorizing staff to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for proposals from telecommunications consulting firms with the purpose of choosing a firm to provide technical expertise and project management of the public safety radio system upgrade. (J. Catron) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve all items including added items 16.1 and 16.2 on the consent agenda, with the exception of item 13 which was deferred to the next meeting. The motion carried unanimously.

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

37.       Appoint one (1) representative of Job Corps to serve on the Coastal Workforce Investment Board (CWIB). The term will begin July 2, 2013 and end July 1, 2016.

Applications received from:

Cheryl Britton

Mel Gaines

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland to appoint Cheryl Britton to represent Job Corps on the CWIB. The motion carried 6-0-1 with Commissioner Booker abstaining.

 

38.       Appoint two (2) citizens to serve on the Glynn County Altamaha Regional Park Advisory Board. The Commissioners representing District 5 and the At-Large Post 2 will each nominate one candidate. Candidates are not required to reside in the district of their nominating Commissioner. All terms begin July 1, 2013 and end June 30, 2017.

Applications received from:

Jeffery Johnson

Matt Kirkland   

Laura O’Conner

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Coleman to appoint Laura O’Conner to represent the At-Large Post 2 seat on the Altamaha Regional Park Advisory Board. The motion carried unanimously.

 

No nomination was made for representation of District 5 on the Altamaha Regional Park Advisory Board. This appointment will be re-advertised.

 

39.       Appoint two (2) citizens to serve on the Glynn County Tree Advisory Board. The Commissioners representing District 5 and the At-Large Post 2 will each nominate one candidate. Candidates are not required to reside in the district of their nominating Commissioner. All terms begin July 1, 2013 and end June 30, 2017.

Applications received from:

Charles Taylor (currently serving)

Roger Steffens (currently serving)

Gena Churchwell

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Coleman to appoint Charles Taylor to represent At-Large Post 2 seat on the Glynn County Tree Advisory Board.  The motion carried unanimously.

 

No nomination was made for representation of District 5 on the Glynn County Tree Advisory Board. This appointment will be re-advertised.

 

GENERAL BUSINESS

 

40.       Consider approving the ACCG-IRMA renewal for property and liability insurance coverage at a cost of $586,627 for the July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014 period and flood insurance for selected buildings at standard NFIP rates for Glynn County with funding to be provided by the County Insurance Fund and fund balance. (O. Reed) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK 

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Taylor and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve the ACCG-IRMA renewal for property and liability insurance coverage as presented. The motion carried unanimously.

 

41.       Consider making adjustments to the FY 2013 health insurance budget by $273,545 to cover outstanding prescription drug and health claim expenses with funding provided by $340,604 in stop loss insurance reimbursements. (O. Reed) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK 

 

This item was removed from the agenda by Commissioner Hunt at the beginning of the meeting.

 

42.       Consider approval of contract with Georgia Power for Option 1, which involves the payment of partial upfront costs in exchange for a lower monthly rate on the new Detention Center parking lot lighting, subject to County Attorney review. Funding for Option 1 in the amount of $128,600 will be provided by the project’s Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment Budget. (D. Hainley) (FC Vote: 3-0) LINK      

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Provenzano and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to approve a contract with Georgia Power as recommended. The motion carried unanimously.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to adjourn to executive session to discuss pending and potential litigation. The motion carried unanimously.

 

BACK IN SESSION

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Coleman to adjourn executive session and enter regular session. The motion carried unanimously.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Booker to approve the executive session minutes of June 20, 2013. The motion carried unanimously.

 

A motion was made by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commissioner Taylor to authorize the County Attorney to file a lawsuit in the amount of $9,092.13 plus attorney fees, against the bonding company and contractor for a bid bond on a restriping contract. The motion carried unanimously.

 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:05 PM. 

 

 

                                                                                                ___      _s/ Mary Hunt_____     

Mary Hunt, Chairman

                                                                                                Board of Commissioners

                                                                                                Glynn County, Georgia

Attest:

 

 

      s/Jennifer Moye__________

Jennifer Moye, Deputy County Clerk