Public Meetings

Greenbrier County Commission

will meet Tuesday, Apr. 26 at 7 p.m. in Room 212. On the agenda:

• PUBLIC HEARING: Small City Block Grant application for PSD #2

• Regular Business

– Approve Minutes – Apr. 12, 2016 regular meeting Minutes

and Mar. 24, 2016 special meeting Minutes

– Settlements of Estates

– Exonerations/County Splits/Consolidations

• Financial Approvals

– Arts & Recreation Transfer

– Budget Revisions

– Line Item Transfer

– Pay Bills

• Presentations

• Public Comment for Agenda Items

• Old Business

– Consider EMS boundaries revisions for the County

• New Business

– Consider sponsoring Small City Block grant resubmit,

Resolutions and Support Documents (Sam Black water

extension)

– Consider signing Resolution to declare April Fair Housing

Month

– Consider new deputy hire

– Consider the sale of Hercules to Putnam County Sheriff

– Consider approval and hiring 2 full-time employees (911)

– Consider approval and signing of FEMA Buy-out grant

(2 locations)

– Consider allocating Arts & Rec Committee recommendations

for 2016-2017 Grant Cycle

– Consider ordering/purchasing Animal Control truck

– Consider date and time of first May regular meeting

• Public Comment

Greenbrier County Planning Commission

will meet Wednesday, Apr. 27, at 6 p.m. in the Top Floor Courtroom of the Greenbrier County Courthouse. The meeting is open to the public. The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

• Public Comment on Agenda Items

• Approval of Minutes from March Meeting

• Discuss Comprehensive Plan

• Old Business

• Communication from Board Members

• Public Comment

Greenbrier County Farmland Protection Board

will meet Thursday, Apr. 28, at 12 noon in the Conference Room at Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Center. The meeting is open to the public. The agenda is as follows:

• Opening and approval of Minutes from last meeting

• Update on easements in the pipeline

• Possible new applications

• Report by Project Manager on Association Meeting

• Monitoring Report

• Payment of bills

• New Business

• Public Comment

 

 

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