By Peggy Mackenzie
In a brief Tuesday morning meeting, the Greenbrier County Commission quickly approved a project time extension to June 30, 2020 on the Sam Black Church water extension, followed by an approval for TIFF resolution #2 invoice payments to Lynch Construction, E.L. Robinson and others in the White Sulphur Springs’ Great Barrel Company access road project totaling $102,469.60.
County Clerk Robin Loudermilk announced that the location for the precinct in Renick/Falling Springs has been relocated to the Mt. Hermon Church where better facilities for ADA voters are located.
The commission approved the order naming Cynthia Lynn Alley as fully qualified to serve as Fiduciary Supervisor in a unanimous vote. She will replace Joni Harrah in that position. Harrah will take up new duties in the County Commission office.
Mary Surbaugh was approved to renew her membership on the MTA board.
The Arts and Recreation transfers as a regular part of the commission’s financial approvals, announced by Loudermilk, included $258,000 to cover the most recent upgrade phase to the Sports Complex grounds among other recipients of the funds. Commission member Tammy Shifflett-Tincher stated that since she is opposed to the county commission’s purchase of the Sports Complex property off Brush Road and against the use of arts and recreation funding for it, she could not support the blanket approval of the transfers.