04162019 BOC Work Session Minutes
GORDON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
WORK SESSION MINUTES
APRIL 16, 2019
The Gordon County Board of Commissioners held a Work Session Tuesday, April 16, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. in the conference room of the Administration Building.
BECKY HOOD, CHAIRMAN
CHAD STEWARD, COMMISSIONER
NORRIS SEXTON, COMMISSIONER
KEVIN CUNNINGHAM, COMMISSIONER
JIM LEDBETTER, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
ANNETTE BERRY, COUNTY CLERK
APPROXIMATELY 10 GUESTS
Chairman Hood called the meeting to order.
Administrator Ledbetter explained the two rezoning applications and each item on the Agenda for the Regular Meeting. No items were deleted or added to the Agenda as presented. Attorney Bill Thompson, and President of the Chamber Cathy Johnson were in attendance regarding the PILOT agreement that is on the agenda for the Regular Meeting. Mr. Thompson gave the Board some information regarding the company that will be coming to Calhoun regarding the PILOT agreement, stating that there will be a minimum of $11 million that will go into this project, and a minimum of 50 full-time jobs created and a lot of part-time jobs. Chamber President Johnson added that the infrastructure for water and sewer and the accel and decel will be taken care of by the project owners.
The Board discussed the two appointments due to expire this month on the Development Authority. There was a consensus of the Board to consider the appointments at the next Board of Commissioner’s meeting in May when all commissioners would be available.
Administrator Ledbetter advised the Board that the Planning Commissioner is requesting that the Board of Commissioners amend the narrative in the U.L.D.C. Section 10.00.07(D)2 Notice Requirement; and also the narrative in the U.L.D.C. Section 5.02.01(F)8 Accessory Uses and Structures concerning pre-engineered or pre-assembled metal structures. Administrator advised that this is on the work session agenda just for information and discussion. The Board members can indicate to the Administrator if they are interested in pursuing these amendments. Commissioner Cunningham asked the Administrator to go ahead and work on these amendments to see what needs to be amended, there was a consensus of the Board to this suggestion by the Commissioner. Regarding the notice requirements, the Administrator will bring to the Board a proposed ordinance change that will match up with State law.
Commissioner Cunningham made a motion to adjourn the Work Session. Commissioner Sexton seconded the motion and all voted aye.
There being no further business, the Work Session adjourned at 5:50 p.m.