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Dawson County Board of Commissioners Work Session Agenda Thursday, Oct. 9

G.L. Pete Gilleland Council Chambers at the Dawsonville Municipal Complex 4 p.m.

POSTED: October 19, 2008 5:03 a.m.

K.  New Business

 

1. Proclamation: Red Ribbon Week  - Pam Hamalainen & Nancy Stites

 

2. Appeal to zoning fees - Scott Tankersley

 

3.  Soil Erosion Ordinance (tabled on 08/07/08) - Code Enforcement Off.

Robbie Irvin   

 

4. GIS Map Pricing and Licensing agreement - David McKee

 

5. Courthouse Bond Investment - County Manager Tanner & Finance Director

Lowayne Craig

 

6. Citizens Corps Grant - EMA Director Billy Thurmond

 

7. IGA with Pickens County for Dawson County EMS to service Burnt Mountain -

County Manager Tanner & EMA Director Billy Thurmond

 

8. Courthouse Update - County Manager Tanner/Rosser/the Turner Family

 

9. Board Appointment: Dan Pichon for Tax Assessor’s Board - Chairman Mike

Berg

 

10. County Manager Report

 

11. County Attorney Report

 

• Anyone wishing to speak at the Regular Meeting on any of these items must notify the County Clerk five (5) days in advance of the scheduled meeting.

 

• Anyone wishing to speak on a non-agenda item must notify the County Clerk within 10 minutes of the start of the Voting Session.

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