MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
MEETING HELD ON JUNE 16, 2006
The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Chairman Ferrell Henry with Commissioners James D. Harris, A. James Nance, Joyce C. Pheil, and Brad Faircloth in attendance. Others present were County Administrator Lester E. Crapse, Jr., County Attorney David Forehand, Finance Director Sherrie Leverett, and Secretary Linda Finch. Mr. Faircloth gave the invocation, and Administrator Crapse led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.
Motion was made by Mr. Faircloth to approve the minutes of the meetings of May 9th and June 7th, 2006, seconded by Mrs. Pheil, motion carried unanimously.
DECISION ON SPECIAL USE PERMIT FROM TWO TOWERS TABLED
Administrator Crapse reported that late yesterday, we received a letter from the Department of Transportation. He read an exert from the letter - “the FAA recently conducted aeronautical studies and issued a determination of no hazard regarding these two proposed towers. Quite frankly we are at a loss to understand how FAA reached this determination. We would urge the Crisp County Commissioners to defer action on any Special Use Zoning Permits from these towers, and request that FAA reevaluate these proposed towers for potential hazards to air navigation. It is paramount that FAA consider the impact to future decision instrument approach procedures into the airport”. Mr. Crapse advised that based on that letter, he recommends that this item be stricken from the agenda until we have further guidance from FAA. Motion was made by Mr. Faircloth to table this request until we receive further information from FAA, seconded by Mrs. Pheil, motion carried unanimously.
PUBLIC HEARING ON CLOSING OF THE REMAINDER OF MARVAIR ROAD
Administrator Crapse reported that the request to close the remainder of Marvair Road was made by Marvair, the notice was posted on the road and advertised in the paper. We have scheduled a Public Hearing on the closure of the east/west portion of Marvair Road today, the north/south portion of this road was closed in February, 1993. There are some real estate acquisitions in place that has prompted Marvair to request that the east/west portion of that road be abandoned so that they can have unencumbered access to this property, which is now limited by the road. Chairman Henry opened the Public Hearing and opened the floor for public comment. Paul Melcher reported that Marvair has an opportunity to build a warehouse on the property north of their existing plant, they are in negotiations to put that program together contingent upon finalizing those negotiations and actually acquiring the land to build the warehouse, and he appreciates Commissioners consideration in abandoning that piece of property on the north side of the existing Marvair adjacent to the existing property which expands between that and the new property that they are trying to acquire. That will give them access to move products from the manufacturing plant into this warehouse more easily. They do not want to build unless they can finalize their deal to acquire that property. Warren Swint reported that he and his brother are the property owners of this land adjacent to the road as their property is between the road and the Marvair property. They are in negotiations with Marvair now, they have a sale pending, and if the road closes they would have no concern, but should that deal not be completed, they would oppose closing of that road because now that road gives them access to the back part of their property. There was no one else to speak for or against the request. Administrator Crapse stated that one person came in his office and indicated that he had no problem with the closure of this road. Chairman Henry closed the Public Hearing. Administrator Crapse reported that the county has not maintained this road since the closing of the other part, but if we left the road open, Marvair would not be able to use this road to cross unimpaired as public access can impair private traffic.. Motion was made by Mrs. Pheil to close the road contingent upon the sale of the property to Marvair and authorize the Chairman to execute whatever documents needed, seconded by Mr. Faircloth, motion carried unanimously.
LUKE RAINES COMMENTS ON CEDAR LAKES STORM WATER PROBLEMS
Luke Raines reported that we are back in hurricane season again, we have dodged the bullet again, and wanted to know what Commissioners had done regarding the Cedar Lakes storm water problems. Administrator Crapse reported that the chairman of the committee did make some contact with Mr. Mathis, and Mr. Mathis has agreed to meet with he and Mr. Gamble next week on making some changes to that property. Also, they have received the money from the General Assembly in order to do a feasibility study in establishing a Storm Water Utility Tax to pay for storm water improvements such as these. Mr. Raines asked if this study runs concurrently with the other two, and Mr. Crapse stated that this study is a storm water utility program. Mr. Raines stated that the reason he is getting more concerned about this area is because of the improvements that is going to happen on Frontage Road and when it does the velocity and volume of the water will be greatly increased. Administrator Crapse stated that is why they think that it is necessary to look further down the road and try to put in a permanent funding mechanism to do this. Basically, the study is to determine if doing that would generate enough capital in order to support the program and not impose on the citizens.
PUBLIC HEARING ON THE FY-2007 BUDGET
Mrs. Leverett reported that in accordance with state regulations, the proposed budget for Crisp County for fiscal year June 30, 2007, has been advertised in the local paper, and a copy is and remains available for inspection by the public in the office of Finance on the 3rd floor of the courthouse. Today, they need to hold a public hearing on the FY-2007 proposed budget for Crisp County, which includes revenues and expenditures of the General Fund of $13,568,854, revenues and expenditures for the Water Fund of $378,844, revenues and expenditures for the Landfill Fund of $1,727,516, revenues and expenditures of the CDBG Revolving Loan Fund of $43,000, revenues and expenditures for the CDBG Northside Water and Sewer Fund of $460,000, revenues and expenditures on Special Revenue Funds of $50,000, revenues and expenditures for the SPLOST Fund of $5,532,333, bringing the county-wide total to $21,760,547. Administrator Crapse stated that the cost of doing business continues to go up, most people are concerned with the General Fund monies that basically is raised through tax revenues and fines and forfeitures. This Fund has grown considerably, some property was revalued this year, about 8100 parcels got reassessment notices, and that process of appeals is now underway. What will come next is the 5-year History and you will see where people had the inflationary increases, the millage rate will be rolled back, so the millage rate will actually be lower because of the rollback. This was a very difficult budget for both the staff and Commissioners simply because the money is getting shorter and the expenses are going forward, so there were many things that we were not able to do but would have liked to do. He is pleased to say that we were able to supply our employees with a cost of living raise of 3%, which has not kept up with inflation, and is the lowest in the government community. The Board did approve the increase of the retirement multiplier from 1.25% to 1.50%, plus we did have to dip into reserve funds so as to not have a tax increase, which was the last resort. Chairman Henry opened the Public Hearing for the FY- 2007 Budget, and asked if there was anyone that wanted to speak in favor or against the proposed budget, there were none, so he declared the Public Hearing closed. Mr. Faircloth advised that there was a lot of work that went into the budget they were forced to make some hard decisions, but he appreciates the hard work of the Board and staff, as costs continue to rise, fuel continues to go up, and governments continue to cut funding. Mrs. Pheil agreed that this has been a hard budget year, they had to make some tough decisions, and they had some situations that they found out at the last minute that they were going to have to increase. She thought it was important to not bring a tax increase to the citizen of this county this year, and she thanked all that was involved. Mr. Nance stated that the most important thing in the budget to him was the employees and the retirement, that has been important to Commissioners for a long time, so hopefully employees will not only look at the raise but know that the Board is making strives to try to improve the retirement of our employees. Chairman Henry thanked the staff, the Directors, and the Elected Officials of the county for their work in helping get the budget balanced.
APPROVE 5-YEAR HISTORY AND PROPOSED MILLAGE RATE FOR ADVERTISING
Mrs. Leverett reported that they have the proposed 2006 Tax Digest and Millage Rate, which is based on the preliminary digest numbers provided by the Tax Assessor and Tax Commissioner. The proposed Millage Rate of 10.821 is a little less than last years millage rate of 11.327 due to the rollback calculation of over $20 million in inflationary growth. The $276,380 net increase shown on the report is based only on real growth, the total revenue anticipated for this year’s digest is $5,422,145, and she would like to recommend and request that the 2006 Digest and 5-Year History be approved for advertising. Motion was made by Mr. Faircloth to approve the 2006 Digest and 5-Year History for advertising, seconded by Mr. Nance, motion carried unanimously.
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, INC.
Tim Pinson, President of Resource Management Systems, reported that he is in the rural transportation business and has been since 1988, he is not here to try to run anybody out of business, but he had heard that there may be a chance that the current operator of our transit system may want to terminate the contract. If that is the case, he wants to be here to pick up the pieces. He is here simply to offer another solution, he does this in four south Georgia counties, and they are all systems similar to what the county has now. He says their approach to this system would be more aggressive and try to get more rider ship. It is a good service for the citizens, but it is also a good economic developmental tool. Administrator Crapse reported that there is an advertisement in the paper today, which is required, if we are choosing to engage the services of a Third Party Operator or change that operator. He advised that Mr. Pinson does not want to go into detail of his proposal since we will probably get another bid or two, but he wants to make the board and public aware that there is no intention to stop the transit service, we are just looking for better and more cost effective ways to provide that service. The RFP’s will be available on Monday and they have asked that they be returned by 2:00 p.m. on June 28th, that way they will have all the proposals in hand by the called meeting on the 29th.
RURAL TRANSIT CONTRACT WITH DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Administrator Crapse reported that the county has to sign a contract with the Department of Transportation every year to provide the rural transit service in Crisp County. He has the contract with D.O.T. which we need the contract to be in place so that are current provider, DCUTS, can get the reimbursements that are due to them, and he recommends approval of this contract. Motion was made by Mr. Faircloth to execute the Rural Transit Contract with the Department of Transportation and give Chairman Henry the authority to sign the paperwork, seconded by Mr. Nance, motion carried unanimously.
WATER RATE INCREASE RESOLUTION
Administrator Crapse reported that the Board programed an increase in the water rates during the budget process in response to their guidance from DCA and Georgia Rural Water. The Water Fund is required to stand on it’s own, and there has not been an increase in the water rates since the system was established. Although we have cash on hand for operations, we must account for the total product as they expect us to keep up with depreciation and such, so it became necessary to increase the rates on water. The water service will go to a base fee of $15.00 and the water usage charge will go to $2.50 per thousand gallons. They have prepared a Resolution which formally puts that increase into effect July 1, 2006. Motion was made by Mrs. Pheil to adopt the Water Rate Resolution with the proposed increases to begin July 1, 2006, seconded by Mr. Faircloth, motion carried unanimously.
MOA BETWEEN THE GEORGIA SUPERIOR COURT CLERK’S COOPERATIVE AUTHORITY AND CRISP COUNTY
Administrator Crapse reported that this Memorandum of Agreement between the Geogia Superior Clerk’s Cooperative Authority and Crisp County was discussed in the budget workshops. The applicable items, such as scanners and things, will be purchased from the Clerk’s Authority, and we were able to take those things out of our budget. He advised that we are required to submit digital images to the state of various deeds and records, and we need scanners and things like that to be able to do this. Cost to the county for this equipment is about $2,000 annually, and we spend more than this annually on this equipment now. We will be able to purchase this equipment out of this pool, even if we don’t have the required amount in our account at that time. The money will come from the .25 fee that comes in for every digital we send the. He recommends that we do engage in this Agreement and that we put a cap of $10,000, so if this fund were to reach $10,000, then the overage would be sent back to the county. This is a good way to support our Clerk and a good way to keep expenditures out of our General Fund budget. Motion was made by Mr. Harris to approve the Memorandum of Agreement between the Georgia Court Clerk’s Cooperative Authority and Crisp County with a cap of $10,000 and authorizing the Chairman to sign the Agreement, seconded by Mrs. Pheil, motion carried unanimously.
APPROVE BUILDING MODIFICATION BY MIDDLE FLINT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE
Mrs. Pheil abstained from the discussion and voting of the building modification requested by Middle Flint Behavioral Health Care as she may have a conflict of interest. Administrator Crapse reported that he has a letter from Middle Flint Behavioral Health Care requesting to modify their building by creating another public window in the building. The letter is vague on who will fund the cost of this change. We do provide the building and the maintenance on the building, and he would recommend the approval of the modification at no cost to the county and under the supervision of our maintenance supervisor. Motion was made by Mr. Harris to approve the building modification by Middle Flint Behavioral Health Care at no cost to the county and under the supervision of our maintenance supervisor, seconded by Mr. Faircloth, motion carried unanimously.
ACCG IRMA LOSS CONTROL & SAFETY DISCOUNT PROGRAM
Fire Chief Ray Lunsford reported that he comes asking the Board to sign off on the ACCG Irma Loss Control & Safety 5% Discount we have been working on this for a year. We have complied with ACCG & Interlock Risk Management Agency’s request for safety, we have completed all of the required items including attending meetings, attending classes, and having all manuals in place for inspection. By completing all of the required items, we are entitled to a 5% savings on our insurance. Chairman Henry thanked Chief Lunsford and employees as the last inspection we received was perfect and with no violations. Motion was made by Mr. Harris to approve the certification of the safety program and authorize Chairman Henry to sign the form, seconded by Mrs. Pheil, motion carried unanimously.
GOVDEALS AUCTION ON BALER & CONVEYOR
Administrator Crapse reported that we have our GovDeals auction in place on the baler & conveyor at the landfill, and at this time we have a combined bid of $81,136.38. Our window closes on Monday morning, and we expect that there will be a lot of activity in the next few days.
PURCHASE OF CATERPILLAR 615C (PAN) FOR THE LANDFILL
Administrator Crapse reported that this was also discussed in the budget reviews, this request is for a Caterpillar 615C Pan for the landfill that replaces an old dirt removing pan that is broken and is beyond economic repair, also is necessary to the operation at the landfill. They have a Lease-Purchase Agreement Resolution in the amount of $375,000, it will be paid off in five years, it is included in the budget, and he would recommend approval of this Lease-Purchase Agreement. Motion was made by Mrs. Pheil to approve the Lease-Purchase Agreement Resolution for $375,000 for a Caterpillar 615C Pan for the landfill and authorize the Chairman to sign the paperwork, seconded by Mr. Harris, motion carried unanimously. George Gay, Landfill Director, stated that they need this Pan as the other one is beyond the point of patching, it has over 14,000 hours on it, and is 17-18 years old.
FINALIZE USE OF WATERWORKS BUILDING BY THE DRUG TASK FORCE
Administrator Crapse reported that the use of the Waterworks Building by the Drug Task Force was discussed in a called meeting last week, and the Board gave tentative agreement with this request as long as we could work things out with Gary Rice, GEMA District Representative. He has talked with the Sheriff and he assured him that Mr. Rice is fully on board and supports the plan, and the Task Force Commander will provide him with a transition plan for making the move. Motion was made by Mr. Faircloth to approve the use of the Waterworks Building by the Drug Task Force, seconded by Mr. Harris, motion carried unanimously.
REQUEST BY JOHN BASNAR TO CLOSE MILLDALE ROAD
Administrator Crapse reported that in March, 2005, the Board addressed the closing of Milldale Road by John Basnar, and it was tabled for further study. Mr. Basnar has contacted him about not hearing about the disposition of his request. As far as he knows, the situation has not changed since March, 2005, it continues to be a mail route, local citizens continue to use this road, and there are utilities on the road. In his mind, the biggest issues are the mail route, although Mr. Basnar has offered to move his mailbox it still inhibits the mailman from using that road, and the utilities that are on that road. If the Board would like to consider the closure of the road, we need to post the road and advertise it. Motion was made by Mrs. Pheil to deny the request by Mr. Basnar to close Milldale Road, seconded by Mr. Nance, motion carried unanimously.
QUITCLAIM OR NO CLAIM TO OLD ROW ON TREMONT ROAD
Administrator Crapse reported that the County has been contacted by an attorney about returning the old unused right-of-way on Tremont Road back to the landowner. It appears that the county has no need for this narrow strip of land. When they re-did the new right-of-way on Tremont Road, they left the old right-of-way, so there is a section at the widest point maybe 25' and runs down the road that is in question. He thinks it should be returned to someone but he doesn’t think that we can determine who that belongs to, and he believes that the attorney’s involved with the clients should determine who has the rightful ownership. The county can send a letter attesting to the fact that the county has no claim to the property, and since the county had a claim to the property at one time, it should have gone away in a revertier clause when the new right-of-way was acquired. Because this was not done, it may be necessary to do a Quit Claim Deed to the rightful property owner, and he recommend that the county attorney, whenever they sort who the rightful owner is, can determine if there is a need for a Quit Claim Deed. Mr. Forehand stated that his recommendation would be that the title investigation proceed with respect to the sale of this property and he be authorized to be in communication with those attorneys, maybe rather than a Quit Claim Deed whereby they would be conveying property that we would instead do a corrective instrument to reflect that it was not the intent of the county to take more than what was needed for the new right-of-way. Motion was made by Mrs. Pheil to authorize Mr. Forehand to work with the other attorneys to solve this right-of-way problem on Tremont Road, seconded by Mr. Nance, motion carried unanimously.
REQUEST FOR A LINK FROM OUR COUNTY WEBSITE TO THE EASTER SEALS WEBSITE
Mrs. Pheil advised that she is abstaining from discussion and voting on the request from Easter Seals as her son is served directly by Easter Seals. Administrator Crapse reported that he has received a letter from Easter Seals requesting a link from our County Website to theirs. He thinks Easter Seals does a great job, but he questiones the precedent of putting non-profit links on the County’s Website as you could end up with hundreds of links if we did this. Motion was made by Mr. Harris to deny the request from Easter Seals for a link to the County’s Website, seconded by Mr. Nance, motion carried unanimously.
APPOINTMENTS TO THE CRISP COUNTY POWER COMMISSION FOR THE TERM OF JULY THROUGH DECEMBER, 2006
Chairman Henry appointed Mr. Nance, Mr. Faircloth, and himself as voting members to the Crisp County Power Commission for the term July 1, 2006 through December 31, 2006, seconded by Mr. Faircloth, motion carried unanimously.
APPOINTMENT OF COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE TO THE CORDELE-CRISP CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Chairman Henry advised that Mr. Nance has some conflicts and is no longer able to serve on the Cordele-Crisp Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and he would like to serve unless we have any other volunteers. Chairman Henry will serve as the county representative on the Cordele-Crisp Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
PROCLAMATION HONORING DR. ULYSSES MORGAN, JR.
Mr. Nance read a Proclamation honoring Dr. Ulysses Morgan, Jr. recognizing Dr. Ulysses Morgan, Jr. As a “Man of Integrity that takes God at His word; preaches a Deliverance Gospel without compromise, and reaching out to the Soul of the whole man with humility and recognized as a leader with a servant’s spirit and a Heart to Serve the people of God and continues to grow in the Vision ordained for the Master’s use”. Motion was made by Mr. Harris to approve the Proclamation honoring Dr. Ulysses Morgan, Jr., seconded by Mr. Nance, motion carried unanimously.
APPROVE PURCHASE OF JUDICIAL CENTER LAND
Administrator Crapse reported that we need to give the Chairman the authority to sign the Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of the Judicial Center land. We are now the proud owners of the two parcels of land from McCay Gin & Warehouse and Beverly McCay, and both are to the north of Watermelon Park. Motion was made by Mr. Nance to approve the purchase of the two parcels of land north of Watermelon Park and authorizing the Chairman to sign the Resolution, seconded by Mrs. Pheil, motion carried unanimously.
Mrs. Leverett reported that the executive summary prepared for today’s packet includes a report of revenues and expenditures by fund for the period ending May 31, 2006, which includes 11 months of fiscal year 2006. As we approach the end of this fiscal year the margin of revenues over expenditures has decreased to just 3%. As of May 31st, year to date revenues totaled $11,482,636 while expenditures reached $11,069,185. Through the 11-month period included in this report for the Landfill Fund, we have received a total of $1,109,065 in Landfill revenues while operating expenditures reached $1,445,333. The additional cost of $146,374 in depreciation expense brings the year to date net loss to $482,642. The monthly tonnage received was 4507.91 with 48% delivered from Onyx on the commercial contract (paying) and 12% being delivered under the City of Cordele free residential contract. The principal balance on the GEFA Loans is current at $4.2 million. The Water Fund ended the period with year to date revenues of $294,819 and expenses of $377,808 leaving it with a year to date net loss of $82,988. The total usage for the month was 8,178,000 gallons. The cash on hand at May 31st in the General Fund we have $5,586,184, the Landfill Fund at $1,975,377, the Revolving Loan Fund at $441,302, the SPLOST Fund at $5.3 million, and the Water Fund ended the month with $660,937 giving us a county-wide total at month end of $14,015,554. Of that, $154,992 is reserved for debt service, $53,030 is reserved for customer deposits and $5.3 million is designated for capital projects. In the SPLOST budget to actual by category summary report for the 2001-2005 Issue, we have spent almost $12.2 million of the $17.6 million collected, leaving us with approximately $3.8 million to complete the various projects associated with that issue. The monthly budget to actual report for the new 2006 SPLOST issue good news is that the revenue trend here seems to be continuing giving us a new monthly average after 3 months of collections of $384,565. To date we have spent $1,043,069 on projects budgeted under this issue, most of that being the prepayment of the City of Cordele Water Tank project for $1,000,000. Following that is a monthly detail listing of all the SPLOST Fund expenditures for both issues. Total expenditures for the month were only $30,018. The largest amounts disbursed being $23,333 for vehicles for the CCSO, $4,674 on the new Judicial Center project and $1,751 on the new Recreation Complex. Next is the CDBG Revolving Loan Fund monthly report, which includes the balance and status of all our CDBG Revolving Loan Fund Accounts as of May 31. We finally closed the Southeast Forest Products loan. This loan was actually made with the new money from the State and will increase our Fund as it is repaid. We also received a payoff of one of the Cordele IDA loans, leaving our current number of outstanding loans at nine. Of those nine, six are current and three remain seriously delinquent and have been turned over to legal. The total outstanding Revolving Loan Fund receivable at May 31st was $1,493,807. Next is a year to date monthly tonnage schedule on the landfill. As you can see from the report our current average is up almost 740 tons per month over last year. Although this is good and a step in the right direction, we are still well short of the paying tonnage needed to generate enough revenue to break even and satisfy all the EPD and GEFA requirements. The last report included in your packet is the revenues by fund and expenditures by department year to date report. The summary report shows the expended percentage of appropriations for each individual department. They should all be within 92% of their annual allowances. We are in that end of year rush to spend funds allocated, so most of our departments and divisions are very close to that margin. Overall, at the end of the 11-month period, the General Fund expenditures were at 84%, the Landfill Fund at 81% and the Water Fund at 77%. She also reminded everybody that June 30th is the deadline for those people that are conducting business in the unincorporated areas to either come in and purchase a license in the Finance Department or register the license that they have in hand if they already have one.
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT
Administrator Crapse reported: 1) he attended several meetings and events; 2) there was one new SPLOST expenditure approved this month, which was the purchase of an Ambulance for Crisp County EMS; 3) the Extension Service has advised that the Family and Consumer Sciences Agent position for Crisp County will probably not be filled until January. The Agriculture and Natural Resources position is expected to be filled on September 1, 2006, pending approval by the Board of Regents; 4) the CYCC (Children and Youth Coordinating Council) Grant that was submitted by LEARNetwork through the Crisp County Community Council for Delinquency Prevention was not funded. He is still working with the DOJJDP to get the kinks out of the Westside Youth Grant; 5) the pre-bid meeting on the Youth Ball Complex trade packages was held yesterday and the bid openings are scheduled for next Thursday the 22nd at 2:00 p.m. to move forward on construction of the Youth Ball Complex; 6) GEFA has responded to Senator Carter on our request for assistance with GEFA in securing Grant verses Loan Funding for the Northside Project. We haven’t heard from Senator Carter directly, however. He has taken steps to initiate an RBEG Community Facilities Grant with USDA. Although the maximum is $99,999, it’s better than nothing; 7) in a letter the GSP renewed their option on the tower agreement for their antennae; 8) there were 153 CDBG Grants submitted including 31 for Water Improvements. There were $69M in request and $30M available funding. The awards should be announced in mid-August; 9) don’t forget, tonight the Watermelon Festival Committee and the Chamber honor our own Lucille Harris at the Resort at the Annual “This is You Life” Celebration at 7:00 p.m. and he has tickets for all the Commissioners and spouses; and 10) he went over several road projects going on in the county.
GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION
Motion was made by Mr. Harris to go into Executive Session to discuss pending litigation, potential acquisition of property, personnel, and real estate, seconded by Mr. Faircloth, motion carried unanimously.
COME OUT OF EXECUTIVE SESSION
Motion was made by Mr. Harris to come out of Executive Session, seconded by Mr. Faircloth, motion carried unanimously.
EXECUTE LAWSUIT DISMISSAL
Motion was made by Mr. Faircloth authorizing Charles Jones, Landfill Attorney, to execute a Lawsuit Dismissal between Solid Waste Authority, TransWaste, U. S. Bank, FSA, and Crisp County, seconded by Mr. Harris, motion carried unanimously.
Motion was made by Mr. Faircloth to adjourn the meeting at 12:13 p.m., seconded by Mr. Harris, motion carried unanimously.