Commissioners Start Discussing Whitestone Road

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ELLIJAY, GA – Citizens have been talking for years about the intersection of Whitestone Road and Highway 515.

A new chapter is underway as citizen, Gary Ferguson, asked for it to be put on the agenda for the Commissioners October 2017 Meeting. While Ferguson originally spoke about prohibiting trucks on Whitestone Road, the Commissioners quickly included the effects the prohibition could have on the Whitestone / 515 intersection.

Ferguson’s main complaint is that the trucks are coming across the county line from Pickens for the access to the Highway. In doing so, they are allegedly speeding along the road through a small community causing dangers. Ferguson reported to the Commissioners that the trucks could be taking a road in Pickens to access Highway 515 that is a shorter distance, but they take his road due to a smaller hill providing less of an incline to climb.

With the trucks loaded, they avoid the higher climb due to the added weight, according to Ferguson.

One of the County’s major issues is sight distance on 515. Many will recall numerous accidents with fatalities at the intersection including a Deadly Tour Bus Accident in October of 2016.

Post Commissioner Dallas Miller mentioned he wanted to talk with DOT about possibly placing a no left turn restriction on the intersection to help avoid traffic issues with all vehicles at the location.

Post Commissioner Travis Crouch stated he would be meeting with a member of the Georgia DOT (Department of Transportation) and would discuss the issue. Coming back in the regular meeting, he noted the DOT representative stated Whitestone is a county road and the DOT would have no input on whether they prohibited certain traffic.

DOT still could bring an engineer to the county to investigate the 515 intersection and safety issues involved with it. However, the Board of Commissioners indicated they were set to do more homework on their own and revisit the idea themselves in November.

They officially tabled the motion in the October Meeting as they all wished to look further into different options.

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BOC Changes Fuel Bid Ordinance and More at October Meeting

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ELLIJAY, GA – October became very unusual for the Board of Commissioners. A shorter order of business saw few things on the agenda for the Board as they move into the final quarter of the year.

However, fewer items presented no less importance as the commissioners discussed a serious change to their ordinance that is exempting fuel purchaes from the bid process for the year. Commission Chairman Charlie Paris told FYN that environmental issues preventing the use of previous underground tanks to stock fuel for the year has actually caused the Commissioners an inability to open and receive bids for gas.

Currently, the Commissioners approved the ordinance change as it was the second reading and no citizens spoke at the public hearing. However, Paris also indicated in the meeting a desire to return to bidding fuel once the county is able to construct new above ground storage tanks. Though he stated a desire to move towards construction with the 2019 budget, he did not see a possibility of it fitting into the 2018 budget.

With approval of the change, the county is now compliant with its ordinances again having not bid for fuel.

Budget discussion continued as the Commissioners turned their attention to the continuing story of the Tabor and Watkins houses. Recent inspections have revealed termites in both buildings. However, the damage has not reached an extreme yet according to reports. As the Board nears the later part of October, they will begin detailed discussions of the 2018 budget. At this time, the Board has officially tabled any action on treatment for the termites as they are attempting to fit it into the 2018 budget instead of the current 2017.

This could mean that treatment may begin as early as January for the infestation, but citizens will not know the definitive time tables until October 26 after the budget work sessions.

As for the Watkins house, the County has begun moving Planning and Zoning Offices into their new building. While discussion has gone on for two months now as to three different requests for space at the Watkins house, Paris stated in the County’s Work Session that one option could include simply leasing the property to the Gilmer Chamber and allowing them to sub-lease space to the other two as they see fit.

Those other two requests include a request to hold and display some of the museum pieces from the Tabor House and a request to display art and other things from Gilmer ARTS.

Additionally, the October Meetings saw the Board approve Mark Troxell to the Airport Advisory Board, and approval for an Alcoholic Beverage License to Park’s Place Convinient Store & More LLC.

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Gilmer BOC Meeting Agendas for September

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GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
WORK SESSION WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
TIME:  9:00 AM
LOCATION:  BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CONFERENCE ROOM
1 Broad Street
Ellijay, GA 30540
AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER Charlie Paris, Chairman
II. AGENDA APPROVAL
III. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
Update from the Cherry Log Fire Station Project (Shawn Williams)
A. DISCUSSION ITEMS: 1. Update from Parks and Recreation (Kevan White)
2. Update from Whitepath Golf Course (Mike Brumby)
3. Update from the Airport and Public Works (Jim Smith)
4. Update on the Swimming Pool Operations (David Clark/Charlie Paris)
B. ACTION ITEMS
NONE
IV. NEW BUSINESS:
A. DISCUSSION ITEMS
1. Other General Discussion B. ACTION ITEMS:

  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Resolution on bids for the following:  Asphalt, Concrete, Emulsion, Propane and Stone
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Final Adoption to approve a New Chapter of Ordinances of Disorderly Conduct
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Review and Pending Action on the Public Defender Agreement
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission
  • Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map,Earl W. Payne, Tax Map 3056, Parcel No. 015  R-1 (Residential Low Density),  A-1 (Agricultural)
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map,Sam Murphy, Tax Map 3046,  Parcel No. 045B  A-1 (Agricultural), R-1 (Residential Low Density)
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map,Celletta Berger, Tax Map 3093N,  Parcel No. 001B ,  R-1 (Residential Low Density), R-1 (With Conditional Use)
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Resolution on a Bid for the Cherry Log Fire Station and also a Budget Amendment
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Appointment of a Board Member for the Parks & Rec Advisory Board
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Approval of the Application of Raffeeq Iqbal at  Red Rabbit Enterprises, Inc. (Crossroads Grocery) for an Alcoholic Beverage License
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Adoption of the Annual Update of the Community Work Program & Capital Improvements Element within the Joint Comprehensive Plan Document
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Discussion and possible action of the 2018 Transit M.A.T.S. Program
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Discussion of Contract Terms for the Swimming Pool
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Discussion and possible action of advertising a Bid for Fuel Services
  • Review Pending Action on Resolution – Discussion and possible action of changes to the Fire Department’s Capital Budget

    V. CITIZENS WISHING TO SPEAK
    VI. ADJOURNMENT
    Individuals with disabilities who require certain accommodations in order to allow them to observe and/or participate in this meeting, or who have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting or the facilities are required to contact the ADA Coordinator, Edwina Daman at 706-635-4361 promptly to allow the County to make reasonable accommodations for these persons.

 

 

GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
REGULAR MEETING
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
TIME: 6:00 PM
LOCATION:  GILMER COUNTY JURY ASSEMBLY ROOM
1 Broad Street
Ellijay, GA 30540

AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER: Charlie Paris, Chairman

II. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE:

III. AGENDA APPROVAL:

IV. MINUTES: 8-6-17 Work Session Minutes 8-10-17 Executive Session Minutes 8-10-17 Public Comment Minutes – Disorderly Conduct 8-10-17 Public Comment Minutes – Millage Rate 8-10-17 Regular Meeting Minutes 8-17-17 Public Comment Minutes – Millage Rate 8-17-17 Public Comment Minutes – Millage Rate 8-17-17 Special Called Meeting Minutes 8-30-17 Special Called Meeting Minutes

V. FINANCIAL STATEMENT VI. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
None

VII. NEW BUSINESS:

  • Action on Resolution – Resolution on bids for the following:  Asphalt, Concrete, Emulsion, Propane and Stone
  • Action on Resolution – Final Adoption to approve a New Chapter of Ordinances of Disorderly Conduct
  • Action on Resolution – Review and Pending Action on the Public Defender Agreement
  • Action on Resolution – Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map,Earl W. Payne, Tax Map 3056,  Parcel No. 015  R-1 (Residential Low Density),  A-1 (Agricultural)
  • Action on Resolution – Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map,Sam Murphy, Tax Map 3046, Parcel No. 045B  A-1 (Agricultural), R-1 (Residential Low Density)
  • Action on Resolution – Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map,Celletta Berger, Tax Map 3093N,  Parcel No. 001B ,  R-1 (Residential Low Density), R-1 (With Conditional Use)
  • Action on Resolution – Resolution on a Bid for the Cherry Log Fire Station
  • Action on Resolution – Appointment of a Board Member for the Parks & Rec Advisory Board
  • Action on Resolution – Approval of the Application of Raffeeq Iqbal at  Red Rabbit Enterprises, Inc. (Crossroads Grocery) for an Alcoholic Beverage License
  • Action on Resolution – Adoption of the Annual Update of the Community Work Program & Capital Improvements Element within the Joint Comprehensive Plan Document
  • Action on Resolution – Discussion and possible action of the 2018 Transit M.A.T.S. Program
  • Action on Resolution – Discussion and possible action of advertising a Bid for Fuel Services
  • Action on Resolution – Discussion and possible action of changes to the Fire Department’s Capital Budget

 

VIII. CITIZENS WISHING TO SPEAK

IX. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Consultation with the county attorney or other legal counsel to discuss pending or potential litigation, settlement, claims, administrative proceedings, or other judicial actions brought or to be brought by or against the county or any officer or employee in which the county or any officer or employee may be directly involved as provided in O.C.G.A. 50-14-2(1); consultation with the county attorney or other legal counsel to discuss negotiations to purchase, dispose of, or lease property as provided in O.C.G.A. 50-14-3(b) and discussion or deliberation on  the appointment, employment, compensation, hiring, disciplinary action or dismissal, or periodic evaluation or rating of a county officer or employee as provided by O.C.G.A. 50-14-3(6).

X. ADJOURNMENT
Individuals with disabilities who require certain accommodations in order to allow them to observe and/or participate in this meeting, or who have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting or the facilities are required to contact the ADA Coordinator, Edwina Daman at 706-635-4361 promptly to allow the County to make reasonable accommodations for these persons.

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Commissioners Discuss Millage After Recalculation

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ELLIJAY, GA – After recalculations for Gilmer County’s Millage Rate, the Board of Commissioners came to another special meeting in July to re-discuss the Rollback Rate.

Commission Chairman Charlie Paris stated the newer rate of 6.850 was a “much more palatable” rollback. The newer rate could mean about a $5,513 loss to the County Budget.

Discussions continued with the Board of Commissioners debating whether a rollback rate was to be accepted. While all of the Commissioners agreed the Rollback Rate was far better than the original 6.617 representing close to $300,000 lost in the budget, they began speaking about the use of a Rollback Rate compared to the County’s continued efforts to increase the tax digest.

Post Commissioner Dallas Miller stated he didn’t want citizens to think a rollback meant lower taxes or that staying with the current rate meant higher taxes. However, continuing to use the Rollback Rate every year meant that any efforts to grow the county or the digest would effectively throw away all of the work of the county. He went on to say that just following the Rollback Rate “has the same effect as if we never even re-evaluated or re-assessed our property. Why did we spend a lot of time and money reassessing property and then throw that work away basically?”

Post Commissioner Travis Crouch mentioned that the difference between the Rollback Rate and maintaining the current Millage Rate was not a large amount of money, but also that Miller had not mentioned the increasing costs facing the county in the coming years like health insurance costs, personnel, and others that the county cannot necessarily control.

Chairman Paris agreed that the rollback was an issue with the county’s efforts to increase the digest, but he felt the amount of money in difference between the rollback and the current rate was not worth having to run advertisement, by law, as a tax increase.

With a motion from Travis Crouch to maintain the current Millage Rate for a third year in a row and a second from Dallas Miller, the Commissioners officially voted 2-1 to maintain the current Millage Rate of 6.983. Chairman Paris was the dissenting vote of the three.

The official action from the meeting will begin advertising for the millage rate so that citizens will have an opportunity to speak to the Commissioners before the final vote.

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Citizen’s Speak to Sanctuary County

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During the Commissioner’s Meeting for July, several citizens stepped forward to speak about an item on the agenda that one citizen requested be put on.

John Williamson spoke first saying his motivation for the topic was his belief in the country and rule of law. With the recent national attention to Sanctuary Cities and Counties, Williamson says he began wondering if Gilmer has become a “de facto Sanctuary County.” Though no resolution has passed to make Gilmer County such, Williamson began questioning if we are not sufficiently enforcing immigration laws.

Citing the 2014 resolution from the County Commissioners instructing law enforcement to enforce immigration laws, Williamson asked those in attendance if they believed there were no illegal immigrants in the county? With no comments, he pointed that question to the county is not whether we want to enforce laws, but that it is necessary to enforce them in following the constitution.

Williamson also noted effects he’s seen on the County including the Board of Education’s addition of two new ESL teachers due to increases in children requiring the service.

Jason Williamson speaks with Gilmer Commissioner during the Sanctuary County topic of the July BOC Meeting.

Jason Williamson speaks with Gilmer Commissioner during the Sanctuary County topic of the July BOC Meeting.

Others spoke at the meeting as well including one citizen who brought up a death on 515, saying the case is still unsolved. He did state his support for anyone from any country moving to our county through the proper paperwork and processes. Offering newspaper cutouts to the Commissioners with Sheriff Reports and notes regarding numerous crime reports involving illegal immigrants, he went on to say that our law enforcement and government services are being added stress through these situations. It is the taxpayers who foot the bill for illegals through these services and crimes involving them.

Still more citizens echoed the sentiments, stating a moral obligation to deal with these situations.

Post Commissioner Dallas Miller commented on the subject reading parts of the resolution he was a part of in 2014. Miller stated the Commissioners have dealt with the issue through that resolution along with the county’s denial to the Federal Government to house illegal immigrants in the county. Chairman Charlie Paris answered citizens questioning the Sheriff’s role saying they should be speaking with him about the level of enforcement and other questions.

Jason Williamson asked the Commissioners if the Commissioner’s Meeting could be used as a venue to speak with Sheriff Stacy Nicholson about the topic. While Paris suggested they make the request of Sheriff Nicholson himself, he did say the Commissioners Meeting would be available as a venue stating, “We would certainly make him feel welcome.”

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Chairman Paris Offers “State of the County”

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Gilmer County Commission Chairman Charlie Paris stops by to speak about a number of issues with Good Morning From the Office.

Chairman Paris goes over the recent audit for our county and its implications including a new line item in the budget for Contingency Funds, this year’s Tax Anticipation Note (TAN), and the separation of our Local Maintenance Improvement Grant (LMIG) into a separate account from the General Fund and its effect on the TAN.

Paris also discusses the County’s Roads and how we have improved the Road Department’s quality and speed with new equipment and additional employees. Specifically, he updates you on the progress of Ridgeway Church Road: one property owner is delaying the road paving, but overcoming that obstacle could see paving by end of summer.

Gilmer County could see a heavy consent order, a $174,000 fine originally, completed in the next months now that the Audit is completed along with all the points on the order.

After a poor bid for clearing the lot for Cherry Log Fire Station, the Commissioners are planning to bid laying asphalt for this year’s LMIG to free up road department to clear the land. Attempting to keep the project moving towards December completion date, this paving bids are part of Chairman Paris’ attempts to not let the Fire Station become “Chairman Paris’ Clear Creek Ball Fields.”

A final note from Paris’ visit mentioned his proposal for next year to begin setting aside $300,000 for a new pool over next 4 years. At the end of four years, enough money should be saved to build a new pool and then begin moving forward to build onto it with other options such as a covering.

 

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Gilmer Board of Commissioners Work Session 6/13/17

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GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

REGULAR MEETING

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2017

TIME: 6:00 PM

LOCATION: GILMER COUNTY JURY ASSEMBLY ROOM

1 Broad Street

Ellijay, GA 30540

AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER Charlie Paris, Chairman

II. AGENDA APPROVAL

III. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

  1. Update from the Cherry Log Fire Station Project (Shawn Williams)

A. DISCUSSION ITEMS:

  1. Update from Joint Development Authority (Travis Crouch)
  2. Update from Parks and Recreation (Kevan White)
  3. Update from Whitepath Golf Course (Mike Brumby)
  4. Update from the Airport and Public Works (Jim Smith)
  5. Update from the Jail Sewer Project (Travis Crouch)

B. ACTION ITEMS

NONE

IV. NEW BUSINESS:

A. DISCUSSION ITEMS

  1. Other General Discussion

B. ACTION ITEMS:

  1. Review Pending Action on Resolution 2016 Audit report from Chris Hollifield
  2.  Review Pending Action on Resolution Appointment of a member to the Keep Gilmer Beautiful Board
  3. Review Pending Action on Resolution Approval of Contract with Piedmont ER for Ambulance Services
  4. Review Pending Action on Resolution Action on unsellable property at tax sales
  5. Review Pending Action on Resolution Consideration of Penn Credit Application for Probate Office
  6. Review Pending Action on Resolution First Reader of a Disorderly Conduct Ordinance
  7. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the  Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Gilmer County Board of Commissioners, Tax Map 3112, 3070, 3100, 3112, 3085, 3109, 3084, 3097, 3112, 3083, 3151, 3085, 3040, 3053, 3053L, 3067, 3055, 3054, 3066, 3021, 3033, 3065, 3022F, 3065, 3092B, 3093, 3093G, 3093B, 3079, 3105B, 3107, Parcel No. 076, 003E, 004D, 010C, 060B, 042B, 022A, 015, 010D, 002S, 037B, 045E, 008A, 021A, 054, 105C, 105D, 029E, 044, 029G, 007C, 035A, 041A, 016, 004D, 003A, 019F, 123H, 100, 014B, 012A, 208, 014C, 042G, 042F, 010, 023G, 014E, 014D, 014A, 014 (R-1 Residential Low Density to A-1 Agricultural), A-1 (Agricultural) & C-1 (Commercial) to PI-1 (Public Institution)
  8. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Gilmer County Board of Commissioners, Tax Map 3115, 3109E, 3082B, 3069C, 3053AB, 3051R, 3067, 3053AB, 3067, 3064, 3065, Parcel No. 028B, 107, 005A, 004A, 131, 012, 016A, 040, 112, 015B, 149E, 038D (R-1 Residential Low Density) A-1 (Agricultural) & C-1 (Commercial) to PI-1 (Public Institution)
  9. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Gilmer County Board of Commissioners, Tax Map 3100, 3085, 3112, 3100, 3081, 3067, 3055, Parcel No. 004AA, 012C, 075, 004A, 002, 004, 018, (R-1 Residential Low Density), A-1 (Agricultural) & C-1 (Commercial) to PI-1 (Public Institution)
  10. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Stephen J. McDonald, Tax Map 3150, Parcel No. 021C , C-1 (Commercial) to R-1 (Residential Low Density)
  11. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Ray Mountain Properties, LLC, Tax Map 3094, Parcel No. 055, A-1 (Agricultural) to C-1 (Commercial)
  12. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Roger & Alisha O’Brian, Tax Map 3149, Parcel No. 018 , R-1 (Residential Low Density) to A-1 (Agricultural)
  13. Review Pending Action on Resolution Appointment of a member to the Board of Tax Assessors
  14. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of Sanctuary Counties
  15. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of Inter-gov Server for Planning & Zoning
  16. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of the Soccer Field Lease with the Gilmer Soccer Club
  17. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of naming a road
  18. Review Pending Action on Resolution Adopting the First Reader to Amend the Chapter Titled  Purchases of the Board of Commissioners” of the Gilmer County Code
  19. Review Pending Action on Resolution Resolution Authorizing the Advertisement of the Rollback Rate
  20. Review Pending Action on Resolution Approve contract for Family Connection
  21. Review Pending Action on Resolution Disposal of two golf carts
  22.  Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of approval of State Highway System Revisions on Highway 382
  23. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of the 2017 Tax Anticipation Note
  24. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion of the Bucktown Road Slide

V. CITIZENS WISHING TO SPEAK

VI. ADJOURNMENT

Individuals with disabilities who require certain accommodations in order to allow them to observe and/or participate in this meeting, or who have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting or the facilities are required to contact the ADA Coordinator, Edwina Daman at 706-635- 4361 promptly to allow the County to make reasonable accommodations for these persons.

Gilmer Board of Commissioners Work Session 6/12/17

Legal Notice

GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WORK SESSION

WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2017

TIME: 8:00 AM

LOCATION: BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CONFERENCE ROOM

1 Broad Street

Ellijay, GA 30540

AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER Charlie Paris, Chairman

II. AGENDA APPROVAL

III. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

  1. 1. Update from the Cherry Log Fire Station Project (Shawn Williams)

A. DISCUSSION ITEMS:

  1. Update from Joint Development Authority (Travis Crouch)
  2. Update from Parks and Recreation (Kevan White)
  3. Update from Whitepath Golf Course (Mike Brumby)
  4. Update from the Airport and Public Works (Jim Smith)
  5. Update from the Jail Sewer Project (Travis Crouch)

B. ACTION ITEMS

NONE

IV. NEW BUSINESS:

A. DISCUSSION ITEMS

  1. Other General Discussion

B. ACTION ITEMS:

  1. Review Pending Action on Resolution 2016 Audit report from Chris Hollifield
  2.  Review Pending Action on Resolution Appointment of a member to the Keep Gilmer Beautiful Board
  3. Review Pending Action on Resolution Approval of Contract with Piedmont ER for Ambulance Services
  4. Review Pending Action on Resolution Action on unsellable property at tax sales
  5. Review Pending Action on Resolution Consideration of Penn Credit Application for Probate Office
  6. Review Pending Action on Resolution First Reader of a Disorderly Conduct Ordinance
  7. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the  Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Gilmer County Board of Commissioners, Tax Map 3112, 3070, 3100, 3112, 3085, 3109, 3084, 3097, 3112, 3083, 3151, 3085, 3040, 3053, 3053L, 3067, 3055, 3054, 3066, 3021, 3033, 3065, 3022F, 3065, 3092B, 3093, 3093G, 3093B, 3079, 3105B, 3107, Parcel No. 076, 003E, 004D, 010C, 060B, 042B, 022A, 015, 010D, 002S, 037B, 045E, 008A, 021A, 054, 105C, 105D, 029E, 044, 029G, 007C, 035A, 041A, 016, 004D, 003A, 019F, 123H, 100, 014B, 012A, 208, 014C, 042G, 042F, 010, 023G, 014E, 014D, 014A, 014 (R-1 Residential Low Density to A-1 Agricultural), A-1 (Agricultural) & C-1 (Commercial) to PI-1 (Public Institution)
  8. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Gilmer County Board of Commissioners, Tax Map 3115, 3109E, 3082B, 3069C, 3053AB, 3051R, 3067, 3053AB, 3067, 3064, 3065, Parcel No. 028B, 107, 005A, 004A, 131, 012, 016A, 040, 112, 015B, 149E, 038D (R-1 Residential Low Density) A-1 (Agricultural) & C-1 (Commercial) to PI-1 (Public Institution)
  9. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Gilmer County Board of Commissioners, Tax Map 3100, 3085, 3112, 3100, 3081, 3067, 3055, Parcel No. 004AA, 012C, 075, 004A, 002, 004, 018, (R-1 Residential Low Density), A-1 (Agricultural) & C-1 (Commercial) to PI-1 (Public Institution)
  10. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Stephen J. McDonald, Tax Map 3150, Parcel No. 021C , C-1 (Commercial) to R-1 (Residential Low Density)
  11. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Ray Mountain Properties, LLC, Tax Map 3094, Parcel No. 055, A-1 (Agricultural) to C-1 (Commercial)
  12. Review Pending Action on Resolution Final Decision of Approval by the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners of the Recommendation by the Gilmer County Planning Commission Approving the Application for Amendment to Gilmer County Land Use (Zoning) District Map, Roger & Alisha O’Brian, Tax Map 3149, Parcel No. 018 , R-1 (Residential Low Density) to A-1 (Agricultural)
  13. Review Pending Action on Resolution Appointment of a member to the Board of Tax Assessors
  14. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of Sanctuary Counties
  15. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of Inter-gov Server for Planning & Zoning
  16. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of the Soccer Field Lease with the Gilmer Soccer Club
  17. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of naming a road
  18. Review Pending Action on Resolution Adopting the First Reader to Amend the Chapter Titled  Purchases of the Board of Commissioners” of the Gilmer County Code
  19. Review Pending Action on Resolution Resolution Authorizing the Advertisement of the Rollback Rate
  20. Review Pending Action on Resolution Approve contract for Family Connection
  21. Review Pending Action on Resolution Disposal of two golf carts
  22.  Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of approval of State Highway System Revisions on Highway 382
  23. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion and possible action of the 2017 Tax Anticipation Note
  24. Review Pending Action on Resolution Discussion of the Bucktown Road Slide

V. CITIZENS WISHING TO SPEAK

VI. ADJOURNMENT

Individuals with disabilities who require certain accommodations in order to allow them to observe and/or participate in this meeting, or who have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting or the facilities are required to contact the ADA Coordinator, Edwina Daman at 706-635- 4361 promptly to allow the County to make reasonable accommodations for these persons.
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