Public Hearings On County Commission AgendaJan 18th, 2011 | By Jacob | Category: Front Page
Two public hearings, a presentation on a new data system for the hospital and approval of a bid form for removal of deceased individuals will be on the agenda for the Wednesday, Jan. 19, Madison County Commission meeting.
The only item on the agenda under unfinished business is the approval of an Equal Employment Opportunity Plan for the county.
Under Public Works on the agenda will be a discussion regarding the purchase of a used excavator for the Road Department and a discussion concerning the paving of the interior area of solid waste collection sites.
Under new business is a public hearing to consider an application made by Nestle Waters to vacate certain subdivision lots in the River Heights subdivision. That public hearing is scheduled for 4 p.m.
At 5 p.m., a public hearing will be held to consider adoption of a ordinance concerning a large scale comprehensive plan amendment for the Suwannee River Management District to change land classification from conservation to agriculture-1.
Vicki Howerton will give a presentation on the new data system at Madison County Memorial Hospital.
Tim Sanders will present a form for businesses to bid on removal of deceased individuals. This would entail hauling corpses to the coroner’s office in Tallahassee.
A proclamation to recognize Hazardous Materials Awareness Week (Feb. 13-19) will also be presented to the board for consideration.
A budget amendment for an Emergency Medical Services building grant will be on the consent agenda.
Also on the consent agenda will be an amendment to the 2010-2011 contract with the Madison County Health Department.