BOC to discuss purchase of lightning detector for Baseball Complex

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WHITE COUNTY, Ga. — The White County Board of Commissioners will hold a combined work session and called meeting Monday Nov. 30 at 4:30 p.m. in the County Administration Building on Helen Hwy.

There are several New Business items on the agenda to be discussed, including:

  • The purchase of information technology back-up software the White County Network System;
  • Revisions to the Recreation Department Fee Schedule;
  • Purchase and installation of lightning detector for the Yonah Preserve Ballfield Complex;
  • Proposed improvements to the Health Department facilities;
  • Establishment of a compensation policy for members of boards, committees and authorities appointed and overseen by the Board of Commissioners;
  • Year-end appointments to many boards and committees;
  • Amendments to the employee retirement plan;
  • Development of a financial policy for White County Government.

There are also a number of zoning applications to be considered, including:

  • A land use application filed by Ed Maxwell to redistrict approximately nine acres located at 9648 Duncan Bridge Road in Cleveland from Community Commercial District Highway Business District;
  • A land use application filed by Glenn Walker to redistrict approximately three acres at 502 Duncan Bridge Road from Single Family District to Residential Seasonal District to be placed in the short-term rental program;
  •  A land use application filed by Bryan Lee to redistrict approximately 8.1 acres at 66 Lothridge Road in Cleveland from Community Commercial District to Highway Business District;
  • A land use application filed by Chad Knott on behalf of Diane Hutcherson to request a conditional use permit on 1.3 acres located at 213 Peppermint Drive in Sautee Nacoochee to be placed in the short-term rental program.

SPLOST Manager Kevin Hamby will present the SPLOST status report.

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