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Monday, September 13, 2010

Macon County Commissioners 09-13-2010
Meeting Agenda and Live Coverage

Macon County Commissioners Meeting Coverage 
Photo and Graphics by Bobby Coggins

The Macon County Commissioners will be meeting tonight at 6pm in the Commissioners Board Room and I'll be there providing live coverage of the meeting. I have a new camera that is of better quality than the previous models I've experimented with, so I'm going to try and stream this meeting live, provided that the WiFi can provide the bandwidth needed. I also be tweeting and uploading photos of the meeting as it happens and using the hashtag #MaconGov. You can interact with me via the Twubs widget I have embedded below the meeting agenda. There is a video player embedded below that that may or may not be active during the meeting. 

You may review the last meeting of the Macon County Commissioners by clicking here. (Grab a cup of lasted THREE hours).

Meeting Agenda

SEPTEMBER 13, 2010 - 6 P.M.

1. Call to order and welcome by Chairman Beale

2. Announcements

3. Invocation

4. Pledge of Allegiance

5. Public Hearing - None

6. Public Comment Period

7. Adjustments to and approval of the agenda

8. Reports/Presentations:

A. Support of local farmers and home producers and
Senate Bill S510 (Cynthia Solesbee)
B. Greenway Partnership - Dennis Desmond
9. Closed Session - Attorney/Client Privilege

10. Old Business:

A. Schedule health insurance work session
11. New Business:

A. Detention Center Security System Bids
B. Schools (A) Bid Process (B) Resolution - Attorney & Manager
12. Consent Agenda
All items below are considered routine and will be enacted by one motion. No separate discussion will be held except on request of a member of the Board of Commissioners.

A. Minutes
B. Budget revisions
C. Community Funding Pool
D. Highlands Post Office Resolution
E. Request for DOT Hearing/Needmore

13. Appointments

14. Adjournment/Recess

If you experience problems with the video player, refresh your browser and try again. If a problem persists, use the twubs widget above to contact me, and I'll try and help you through any problems.

And here is a proclamation designating September as National Preparedness Month that was passed at the last meeting...

Macon County Commissioners Proclaim September National Preparedness Month

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