DAHLONEGA, Ga. — Finance Director Allison Martin will present the proposed 2020 budget when the Lumpkin County Board of Commissioners meets in a work session at 4 p.m. Tuesday (June 4) in the Lumpkin County Administration Building.
A representative from Mauldin and Jenkins will present the 2018 audit to commissioners who need to approve the audit so that staff can begin the process of filing of required state and federal reports.
Among the resolutions to be considered are the following:
- Reappointments of members of the Yahoola Creek Reservoir Property Study Committee and State Sen. Steve Gooch (R-Dahlonega) as chairman;
- Approval of acceptance of the Georgia Heritage Grant Program for rehabilitation of the historic Dahlonega jail. The grant requires a 60/40 match. Anticipated cost for the update is $125,000, thus the county would be responsible for about $50,000;
- An Update of the county purchasing policy to account for other changes that have been adopted and changes to work flow;
- Abandonment of Larmon Forks Road;
- Revision to Chapter 26, Land Development – Lumpkin County Code of Ordinances;
Contracts and agreements to be considered include:
- Enotah Public Defender Indigent Defense Contract;
- Enotah Public Defender Indigent Defense Contract – Four counties ;
- Renewal of the contract with Medical Director Dr. Jack Freeman (Emergenocy Services Director David Wimpy);
- ACCG-IRMA Property & Liability Insurance Renewal (Community & Employee Services Director Alicia Davis).
OTHER items on Tuesday’s agends include:
- Special Event Permit Request for Community Helping Place Annual Gold Party Fundraiser;
- Consideration of Termination of Etowah Water Authority & Lumpkin County Consideration of Enotah Judicial Circuit Budget (Finance Director Allison Martin).