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March 3, 2014

Agenda for Tuesday's Murray County sole commissioner meeting

Murray County Sole Commissioner Brittany Pittman will hold a public meeting Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the county annex in Chatsworth. The public is encouraged to attend.

Tentative agenda

• Call to Order

• Approval of Minutes of Prior Meetings

• Approval of Agenda

• New Business

• Amendment: Chapter 6, Article I, Coin operated devices, to repeal prohibition, 1st Reading

• Amendment: Chapter 42, Article II, tobacco use in county facilities, to include all county property, 2nd Reading

• Re-appointment: Bob Spear and Kirk Hemphill to Recreation Board

• Capital Purchase: Five 2013 Dodge Chargers from Carl Gregory Chrysler for the sheriff’s office, $104,500 to be paid from the 2013 SPLOST Fund

• Capital Purchase: Two 2014 Ford F150s from Chatsworth Ford for the sheriff’s office, $47,625.76 to be paid from 2013 SPLOST Funds

• Application: To renew contract for fiscal year 2015 Section 5311 Public Transportation Operating Grant, $149,610

• Resolution: Creating the Historical Review Board for the Veterans Memorial

• Appointments: Thomas Ramsey, chairman, Neal Linder and David Willis to the Historical Review Board for the Veterans Memorial

• Employee of the month for December 2013 and January  2014

• Adjourn

• Commissioner available for questions or comments


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