STATE OF GEORGIA

  

COUNTY OF HENRY                    

 

 

 

The Henry County Board of Commissioners held a Regular Meeting at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 5, 2004, in the Community Room, County Administration Building, 140 Henry Parkway, McDonough, Georgia.  Notice of this meeting was posted on the bulletin board in the entrance foyer of the County Administration Building.  The Daily Herald was notified of this meeting.  Those present were:

                        Leland Maddox, Chairman, presiding

                        Lee Holman, Vice-Chairman, District V Commissioner

                        Warren E. Holder, District I Commissioner

                        Gary M. Freedman, District II Commissioner

                        Jason T. Harper, District III Commissioner

                        Gerry Adams, District IV Commissioner

Also attending were Linda Angus, County Manager; Patrick Jaugstetter, County Attorney; Susan B. Craig, County Clerk; Peggy L. Malcolm, Deputy County Clerk; Rob Magnaghi, Deputy County Manager and Public Safety Division Director; Danny Taylor, Economic Development Division Director; Steve Schafer, Development Plan Review Director; and others.

Chairman Maddox called the meeting to order and asked for an Acceptance of the Agenda.  Commissioner Holman made the motion to accept the amended Agenda to include an ordinance for the purpose of amending Section 3-2-4 or Article I, Chapter 3-2, of the Code of Henry County, Georgia to Permit the Board of Commissioners to Accept Gifts of Tickets to Certain Events; and for Other Purposes.  He added it to the Agenda under ‘Agenda Amendments’ No. VIII-A; Commissioner Harper seconded.  The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Holman, Harper, Holder, Adams, and Freedman voting in favor.

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A LICENSE PERTAINING TO THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AT THE LOCATION OF LOGAN’S ROADHOUSE, INC. LOCATED AT 20 MILL ROAD, MCDONOUGH, GA.

Lloyd Aric Wynkoop, District Manager of Logan’s Roadhouse, Inc. at 20 Mill Road, McDonough, Georgia, requests a license to sell alcoholic beverages from this location which has met the required specifications set forth in the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance. 

Commissioner Freedman made the motion to approve the request; Commissioner Holman seconded. 

Commissioner Freedman reminded Mr. Wynkoop that the age limitation for hiring waiters and waitresses handling alcohol requires the employee to be twenty-one (21) years of age.

The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Freedman, Holman, Holder, Adams, and Harper voting in favor.

MODIFICATION OF A ZONING CONDITION:

Kenco Development, LLC – MC-04-06.

WHEREAS, Kenco Development (MC-04-06) has applied for a Modification to a Zoning Condition for property located at 388 McCullough Road (Parcel ID# 034-01-104-000), in Land Lot 76 of the 6th District, consisting of 29.63+/- acres; and

 

WHEREAS, all County and State requirements for legal advertisement and a public hearing have been met; and

 

WHEREAS, the Planning & Zoning Staff for Henry County has reviewed the request and submitted a report that is part of the public record; and

 

WHEREAS, the Municipal Planning Commission of Henry County, on September 9, 2004 reviewed and recommended approval of the request; and

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Commissioners of Henry County approves the modification to zoning conditions number four (4) and ten (10) as follows:

 

1.  Condition #4 shall read as follows:  The developer shall install sidewalks on the side of the street in which lots are located.  The developer will also be responsible for placing handicap accessible lanes where the sidewalks align with each other.

 

            2.  Condition #10 shall read as follows:  A ten foot (10’) tree buffer abutting the western side of the property shall be established and consist of Leyland Cypress or American Holly Trees, six feet (6’) to eight feet (8’) in height and fifteen feet (15’) on center.

 

Commissioner Freedman made the motion to approve the resolution, making a change in paragraph #3 to say, “final approval will be given by the Plan Review Department;” Commissioner Holman seconded. 

 

Chairman Maddox asked if there was any opposition to this request; there was no response. 

 

Commissioner Freedman added they are not reducing the buffer; there is a ten (10’) foot planted buffer required.  He stated they were concerned when adding the sidewalk, they would intrude into the buffer. But by leaving the sidewalk on the first part, that leaves the buffer in tact (preserving it), and once they passed the buffer line of trees, the sidewalk was placed on the western side, and it still continues on the eastern side.    

 

The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Freedman, Holder, Holman, Harper, and Adams voting in favor.

 

 

Rezoning:

 

Barbara C. Thomas – RZ-04-26.

 

WHEREAS, Barbara C. Thomas (RZ-04-26) has applied for a rezoning from R-2 (Single-Family Residence) to C-2 (General Commercial) to permit the development of a commercial subdivision, for property located at 3809 North Henry Boulevard, Land Lot 34 of the 12th District  (Parcel ID# 049-01-001-000) consisting of 0.51 +/- acres; and

 

WHEREAS, all County and State requirements for legal advertisement and a public hearing have been met; and

 

WHEREAS, the Planning & Zoning Staff for Henry County has reviewed the request and submitted a report that is part of the public record; and

 

WHEREAS, the Henry County Municipal Planning Commission reviewed and recommended denial of C-2 and approval of C-1 on August 12, 2004; and

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Henry County Board of Commissioners approves the aforementioned rezoning request to C-1 with the following conditions:

 

  1. An exterior lighting plan shall require all lighting to be of moderate brightness and consist of downcast lighting.

 

  1. All new buildings shall be constructed of brick, stone, stucco, glass or any combination thereof.

 

  1. Future dumpster(s) shall be placed on a concrete pad and enclosed on three (3) sides. The enclosure should be constructed of masonry and shall not exceed eight feet (8’) in height.

 

4.  All signs shall be monument based, ground mounted, not to exceed fourteen feet (14’) in height. Construction materials shall be consistent with the architectural design of the primary building. 

 

  1. Should the existing structure be used, the applicant and/or the builder shall be required to seek a [set back] variance.

 

Commissioner Adams made the motion to approve the resolution; Commissioner Holman seconded. 

 

 

Commissioner Adams stated he would like to clarify the applicant is asking for C-2 which has now been reduced to C-1. 

 

Mr. J. Thomas, the applicant’s husband, said they did not have any problems with the conditions and wanted to rezone the property as is.  Mr. Thomas stated their plans were to sell the property and move to Florida.   He said the request was to rezone from R-2 (Single-Family Residence) to C-2 (General Commercial), and this request is not in compliance with the Future Land Use Map, based on the need for a variance from the minimum lot width and required setbacks. 

 

Commissioner Adams stated (as he understood it) it is not wide enough.

 

Mr. Thomas said the property next to him to the west is zoned even higher than C-2 and appears to be the same width.

 

Ms. Cheri Matthews, Chief Planner in the Planning and Zoning Department, said the properties to the east and west are zoned C-3, and the property to the south is zoned M-1. 

 

Chairman Maddox was confused on why a C-2 zoning could not be allowed between two (2) C-3 zonings.

 

Ms. Matthews said regardless if the applicant goes to C-1 or C-2, she will need the variance for either one, based on where her property is located.  She stated when the right-of-way was acquired on a portion of her property for North Henry Boulevard, it encroached on her property. 

 

Commissioner Freedman asked if the fact sewerage is not available and septic is being used has any affect on whether it is C-1, C-2, or C-3.   

 

Ms. Matthews said she did not think that would have any effect, but the applicant will have to check with the Health Department. 

 

Commissioner Adams said he would like to amend his motion to approve a C-2 zoning with the same conditions; Commissioner Holman amended his second. 

 

Commissioner Holman said, as he looked at the plat, it shows eight two (82’) feet of road frontage and asked if the County requires an accel/decel lane.

 

Chairman Maddox said he could not answer the question, but any commercial property along that road from where Hwy 42 intersects Hwy 138 to the City of Stockbridge has a decel lane. 

 

Commissioner Freedman stated, “we need to get to the point where we start doing all of these curb cuts on highways and roads and make them create an interior road so you have one or two curb cuts.  For planning purposes for the future, we need to be looking at that.”

 

Commissioner Holman asked if the applicant would now have to go to the State to ask for a curb cut. 

 

Mr. Thomas said his family’s interest is to sell the property; he said they do not want to develop it. 

 

Commissioner Holman said he would like to see an accel/decel included for safety sake when the property is developed. 

 

The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Adams, Holman, Freedman, Harper, and Holder voting in favor. 

 

 

AGENDA AMENDMENTS / EMERGENCY AGENDA ITEMS:

 

An Ordinance for the Purpose of Amending Section 3-2-4 of Article I, Chapter 3-2, of the Code of Henry County, Georgia to Permit the Board of Commissioners to Accept Gifts of Tickets to Certain Events; and for Other Purposes.

 

            An Ordinance for the purpose of amending Section 3-2-4 of Article I of Chapter 3-2 of the Code of Henry County, Georgia, adopted May 1, 1984, and as subsequently amended, by amending Section 3-2-4(d) and permitting approval by the Board of Commissioners of the acceptance of gifts of tickets to certain events; and for other purposes.

WHEREAS, Section 3-2-4(d) of the Code of Henry County, Georgia currently reads as follows:

No board member, commission member, authority member, or employee may accept any non-cash personal gift over fifty dollars ($50.00) in value from any person, private firm or corporation.  In no case, shall anyone accept any cash gift or payment of any kind.  Any non-cash gift (perishable items, food, books, etc.) received should typically coincide with a holiday season.

 

and;

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of Henry County, Georgia (the “Board”) has found that permitting certain government leaders to accept non-cash gifts of tickets to certain events could serve to allow such leaders to network and socialize with local, regional and statewide business, civic and government leaders; and

WHEREAS, the Board has found that such networking and socializing opportunities could serve to benefit Henry County by providing greater opportunities for the County to attract quality growth and development opportunities, to attract investment in the County, obtain state and federal financing of County projects and projects which could benefit the County; and

            WHEREAS, the Board desires to amend Section 3-2-4(d) to accomplish these purposes.

            NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF HENRY COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE AUTHORITY OF SAME, that the Code of Henry County, Georgia, adopted May 1, 1984, and thereafter amended, is hereby further amended as follows:

1.

            Section 3-2-4(d) is hereby deleted in its entirety and the following Section 3-2-4(d) is substituted in lieu thereof:

Sec. 3-2-4(d)    Except as provided for herein, no board member, commission member, authority member or employee may accept any non-cash personal gift over fifty dollars ($50.00) in value from any person, private firm or corporation.  In no case shall any board member, commission member, authority member or employee accept any cash gift or payment of any kind.  Members of the Board of Commissioners may accept complimentary tickets or admission to events, meetings, seminars or other gatherings where such attendance could serve the County by providing access to local, state or federal business, civic or government leaders.

2.

All ordinances, parts of ordnances or regulations in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.

3.

Should any section, part or provision of this ordinance be declared invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such declaration shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any part thereof not specifically declared to be invalid or unconstitutional.

4.

It is the intention of the Board of Commissioners and it is hereby ordained that the provisions of this Ordinances shall become and shall be a part of the Henry County Code, and the sections of this Ordinance may be renumbered to accomplish such intention.

5.

            This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the date of its adoption, the public welfare demanding it.

Commissioner Adams made the motion to approve the resolution; Commissioner Harper seconded.

 

 

 

 

Chairman Maddox asked if anyone in the audience had any questions. 

 

Ms. Judy Barker asked for clarification. 

 

Commissioner Harper stated the ordinance was written in 1984 to allow at Christmas time and Holidays the acceptance of baskets, gifts, etc. in different departments.  He said, “you cannot accept cash payment of any kind, and you cannot accept a personal gift of any kind.”

 

Commissioner Harper said he would like to give a concrete example of where he could be in violation:   “I am going to the Economic Development Academy as Henry County’s representative, and they also have reps from the cities.  This is the first time the ARC has offered it for our region, and the Chamber of Commerce has offered to pay the tuition for me instead of the County.  That would be above $50.00; as long as it is government related, then a Board Member can allow someone to pay.  So the Chamber is going to cover the tuition for that.”

 

Ms. Barker said some of the wording in the resolution makes her wonder, because the resolution is talking about networking with other individuals at different levels.  She asked if this would include tickets to ball games. 

 

Chairman Maddox answered, “civic, government leaders; yes, it would.”

 

Chairman Maddox said he would like to give an example:  “I have been involved with three (3) other counties since I have been on the Board.  Once every three (3) months, the Chairmen of these counties and I go out for dinner, and we discuss County and government business.  By doing that, we have entered into an intergovernmental agreement on Stormwater.  When I go to their county, the four of us have dinner, and the Chairman of that county pays the bill.  When they come to Henry County, we pay the bill, but we talk about government issues.  This would be one of the civic or government examples.”

 

Ms. Barker said she was concerned of things being misconstrued.  She asked if the Chairman got reimbursed since it was classified as County business. 

 

Chairman Maddox said in some instances, ‘no,’ but in most instances, ‘yes.’  He said he has been to some government functions (example: at government building at the airport), and he paid his own way and did not ask for any reimbursement.

 

Ms. Barker said she just wanted everything to be ‘above board.’  She said sometimes we have the best intentions, but it does not look that way.

 

Commissioner Adams stated this is the purpose of what is being done today – to clear up things. 

 

The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Adams, Holman, Harper, Freedman, and Holder voting in favor. 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS:

 

Mr. Wayne Chase asked to talk about the contract the Board of Commissioners has with the County Manager.  (He passed out a copy to the Commissioners obtained through the law office of the County.)  Referencing Section 11 ‘Moving and Relocation Expenses,’ he asked if the County paid the County Manager $10,000 in moving expenses.  He described the contract as something out of a fairy tale.  Mr. Chase began reading Section 12 as follows:

 

·        ·        “In recognition that Henry County seeks to have Employee begin service as soon as possible, and that Employee maintains a payment on her current residence, Employee shall, within seven (7) days of the Effective Date, provide Employee with a salary advancement of Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars ($35,000.00) for the purpose of a down payment on her new residence.  Said advancement shall accrue interest at the rate of two percent (2%) amortized.  Said advancement shall be deducted from Employee’s salary for a period of fifty (50) pay periods (the “Offset Period”).  At the expiration of the Offset Period, Employee’s salary shall resume at the then current rate.  Should Employee leave the employment of Henry County for any reason prior to the expiration of the Offset Period, Employee agrees to pay liquidated damages in the amount equal to any offset balance remaining as of the separation date.”

 

Mr. Chase said he does not see where anyone else gets 2% on any money at all in the State.  Reading into the contract, Mr. Chase said this money is to be paid back in fifty (50) pay periods; at fifty (50) pay periods (dividing 50 into 35 without the 2%) this would be $700 a month a pay period, and currently at the twenty-third (23rd) pay period, the present total is $16,100.00.   Mr. Chase said if the County Manager has paid an estimation of $16,100.00, she would still owe $18,900.00 as of November 8th.  He asked will the County receive a check on November 8th for that amount of money. 

 

Regarding Section 13, Mr. Chase said the County provides an automobile plus $600.00 a month in automobile expenses.  He said taking the $10,000.00 in Section 11 and $7,200.00 for twelve (12) months for Section 13, this will come to $17,200.00.  He said this is about what is paid to some of the lowest employees in this County to work.  Referencing Section 8 it states, “the Commissioners shall review and evaluate performance of employee at least once annually.”  Mr. Chase asked after the County evaluates this employee and they have violated this contract, has the contract, therefore, been violated.  He said the County has paid the last County Manager $90,000.00; therefore, are we going to pay this to our next County Manager?   Mr. Chase added the current County Manager’s yearly salary as $125,000.00 per year, $10,000.00 moving expenses, car allowance of $7,200.00, plus monies the citizens are not aware of that have not been publicized and stated this equals $142,200.00.  This differs from the last County Manager of $52,200.00.  Mr. Chase asked, as a taxpayer, for the Commissioners to make up the overpayment that was made in approximately two (2) years, by abolishing the Police Department to offset this and give it back to the Sheriff’s Department. 

 

Chairman Maddox responded to Mr. Chase saying in “Public Comment,” the Board does not give any dialogue in return.  The Chairman said most of these questions are premature, and he said if Mr. Chase asks on November 8th, all the questions should be answered.

 

Chairman Maddox informed Mr. Chase that he could ask to be placed on the Agenda in the future by contacting the County Clerk’s Office, if he thought this needed to be discussed further. 

 

 

COMMISSIONER(S) COMMENTS:

 

Commissioner Harper made the motion to amend the Agenda out of public necessity to place on the Agenda consideration of the award of the contract for the construction of the Cochran Library as item X-A.    Item X-B will be the approval of an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Stockbridge related to the construction of the Cochran Library.  Item X-C will be the placing on the Agenda of an intergovernmental agreement with the Henry County Library Board for the construction of the Cochran Library; Commissioner Holder seconded. 

 

Mr. Patrick Jaugstetter stated the outstanding issue with the City of Stockbridge has been resolved.  He said the only outstanding issue is the paving of the parking lot; he spoke to the City officials and they indicated they would pay for the asphalt topping and the County would cover the grading.  Mr. Jaugstetter spoke to SPLOST who said that was already in the contract.  He said he had spoken to the Library Board, and they are happy with this. 

 

The motion carried 5-0-0 to amend the Agenda with Commissioners Harper, Holder, Adams, Holman, and Freedman voting in favor. 

 

Commissioner Adams made the motion to adopt the resolution to approve the construction of the Library in Stockbridge for a cost of $1,472,200 to Triad Construction Company; Commissioner Harper seconded. 

 

Commissioner Adams read the resolution as follows:

 

          WHEREAS, the SPLOST referendum and Board of Commissioners approved $1,654,000 funding for construction costs to construct the Stockbridge/ Cochran Library;

 

WHEREAS, sealed bids were solicited for the construction of the Stockbridge Library to be located at 174 Burke Street; 

            WHEREAS, the SPLOST Management Division received four (4) sealed bids for this project;

                       

            WHEREAS, the SPLOST Management Division recommends the low bidder, Triad Construction Co., in the amount of 1,472,200;

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the Henry County Board of Commissioners awards the proposal of Triad Construction Co. and authorizes the Chairman of the Board to sign all necessary documents for the construction of the Stockbridge/Cochran Library.  

The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Harper, Freedman, Adams, Holder, and Holman voting in favor.

Commissioner Adams made the motion to approve resolution “B” regarding an intergovernmental agreement between the Henry County Board of Commissioners and the City of Stockbridge related to the construction of the Cochran Library; Commissioner Harper seconded. 

Commissioner Adams read the resolution as follows:

            WHEREAS, the City of Stockbridge (“Stockbridge”) owns certain real property located in Land Lot 61 of the 12th District of Henry County, Georgia (the “Property”) and

 

            WHEREAS, Stockbridge and Henry County desire to construct on the Property a new public library to serve the citizens of Henry County and the citizens of Stockbridge; and

 

            WHEREAS, in order to accomplish such purpose, Stockbridge has agreed to convey title to the Property to Henry County subject to certain conditions and restrictions;

 

            NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED that the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of Henry County is authorized and directed to execute, on behalf of Henry County, that certain Agreement between Stockbridge and Henry County regarding conveyance of the Property, which Agreement is attached hereto as Exhibit “A.”

Mr. Jaugstetter read the terms of the agreement.  He said the City has agreed to convey title to the County of slightly over one (1) acre to the land on which the new Library building will be built.   He stated the conditions referenced in the resolution are as follows:  The property will be used and maintained as a public Library, and if ceased to be used or maintained as a public Library, the County will do one of several things; either the County will sell the property, in accordance with the provisions of Georgia law that allows the County to sell the property, with the proceeds of the sale paid to the City for the sum of $250,000.00.  Before the County engages in that sale, the County must offer the property back to the City, in which case they will pay the fair market value at the time the County offers it (the building, not the land).  The County is obligated under this agreement to use this building as a Library.

Commissioner Harper stated this is an example of the County and the City working together towards a joint venture; he said Commissioner Adams went to the City of Stockbridge and worked with them, and they are donating two (2) acres of land and helping in the paving of the parking lot.  He commended Commissioner Adams and the City for coming together in this joint effort. 

Commissioner Adams reminded the Board the bid came in $200,000 under the allocated amount. 

The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Adams, Harper, Holder, Freedman, and Holman voting in favor. 

Commissioner Adams made the motion to approve the resolution for an intergovernmental agreement with the Henry County Library Board for the construction of the Cochran Library; Commissioner Harper seconded. 

Commissioner Adams read the resolution as follows: 

          WHEREAS, Henry County desires to construct a new library facility on Burke Street in Stockbridge to replace the existing Cochran Library and to serve the residents in the Stockbridge area; and

 

            WHEREAS, the Henry County Library Board has agreed to sell the existing Cochran Library and deliver the proceeds of such sale to the County for use in constructing the new library; and

 

            WHEREAS, the County and the Library Board desire to enter into an Agreement to accomplish such purposes;

 

            NOW THEREFORE, BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of Henry County that the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners is authorized and directed to execute, on behalf of Henry County, an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Henry County Library Board, a copy of which is hereto attached as Exhibit “A”.

The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Adams, Harper, Holman, Freedman, and Holder voting in favor. 

Commissioner Holman said he had a comment; he made a request for staff to furnish tissues on the bench. 

Chairman Maddox said on October 16th there is a committee promoting the Veterans Festival at Heritage Park.  The purpose of the festival is to honor our troops and veterans and to raise money to build the “Wall of Honor.”  Chairman Maddox encouraged the families of Henry County to attend and said there will be several speakers (retired Generals of the Army), parachutes dropping over the ball field, and U. S. Senator Zell Miller, will try to be present.  There will be food and soft drinks, and there will be a “Veterans Walk” for the kids.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Commissioner Holman made the motion to approve the September 20th Regular Board of Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes; Commissioner Harper seconded.  The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Holman, Harper, Freedman, Holder, and Adams voting in favor. 

Commissioner Holman made the motion to approve the September 21st Regular Board of Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes; Commissioner Harper seconded.  The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Holman, Harper, Freedman, Holder, and Adams voting in favor.

 

UPCOMING MEETINGS:

10/13/04          Wednesday      6:30 p.m.          Quarterly Meeting with the Board of Education.

                                                                        This meeting will be held at the Board of Education,

                                                                        33 North Zack Hinton, Parkway, McDonough.

10/18/04          Monday           9:00 a.m.          Regular BOC Meeting

10/19/04          Tuesday           6:30 p.m.          Regular BOC Meeting

11/01/04          Monday           9:00 a.m.          Regular BOC Meeting

11/02/04          Tuesday           9:00 a.m.          Regular BOC Meeting

11/02/04          Tuesday           ELECTION DAY

 

 

Commissioner Holder moved to adjourn into Executive Session, in accordance with the provisions of O.C.G.A. 50-14-3, and other applicable laws, and pursuant to advice by Patrick Jaugstetter, the County Attorney, for the purposes of discussing the acquisition of real estate, pending and/or potential litigation, and personnel matters; Commissioner Holman seconded.  The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Holder, Holman, Freedman, Adams, and Harper voting in favor.

 

 

                                                (An Executive Session was held.)

 

 

Commissioner Adams made the motion to reconvene into Public Session; Commissioner Harper seconded.  The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Adams, Harper, Holder, Freedman, and Holman voting in favor.

 

Commissioner Harper made the motion to authorize the Chairman to sign the affidavit for Executive Session; Commissioner Adams seconded.  The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Harper, Adams, Holder, Holman, and Freedman voting in favor.

 

Commissioner Harper made the motion to adjourn at 12:06 p.m.; Commissioner Adams seconded.  The motion carried 5-0-0 with Commissioners Harper, Adams, Holder, Holman, and Freedman voting in favor.

 

                                                                        Leland Maddox, Chairman

 

Peggy L. Malcolm, Deputy County Clerk