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Census 2010

 

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Census 2010


The Census Bureau is looking for people for a Committee.  They need Johnson County residents interested in Awareness and Education for the 2010 Census.  The Sub Categories for the committees are as follows:  Hispanic, Church, Government, School, Business, Community Organizations, and Non-Profit. 

If you are interested or want information please contact Risa Kight at 478-864-3388, or by email at rkight@johnsonco.org

It is important to get a complete count for the Census for Johnson County.  The federal government allocates money to Johnson County based on census data.  The data is also used for grant writing purposes and for determining the need for additional social services and funding.  In order to generate jobs and impact your voice in Congress, an accurate census is needed.

For more information go to www.census.gov/2010census

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Commissioner’s Meeting

Title: Commissioner’s Meeting
Location: Johnson County Courthouse
Description: Regular Monthy Commissionser’s Meeting
Start Time: 18:00
Date: 2009-08-10

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CALLED MEETING July 6, 2009

MINUTES

The Johnson County Board of Commissioners held a CALLED MEETING July 6, 2009 at 6:00 PM in the Grand Jury Room. The purpose of this Called Meeting was to interview candidates to fill the unexpired term of Commissioner John Pullen, District One.

Vice Chairman Jack Foskey gave the invocation.

Chairman James L. McAfee, Jr. led the Pledge Allegiance to the American Flag.

The Chairman asked that all Cell Phones be turned off.

There was a moment of silence in appreciation of Commissioner Mr. John Pullen.

Attorney Matthew Waters read the affidavit that each interested candidate would be required to sign. THE AFFIDAVITS WILL BE FILED WITH THESE MINUTES.

The Chairman called on candidates to introduce themselves.

Larry Hightower was the first to introduce himself and listed his qualifications. His address is: 1440 Goings Road

Felicia Pullen was the next to introduce herself and listed her qualifications. Her address is: 142 East Trilby Street.

Questions were asked by the Commissioners to the candidates and each one responded.

Chairman McAfee informed the candidates that a decision will be made next Monday night at the Regular Monthly Meeting July 13, 2009.

Chairman James L. McAfee, Jr. made a motion to close this Called Meeting. Vice Chairman Jack Foskey seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to go into Executive Session. Commissioner Smith seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to come out of Executive Session. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to go back into Regular (Called) Meeting. Commissioner Foskey seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

No official action will be taken tonight. Appointment will be made next Monday night at the Regular Monthly Meeting.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to adjourn this Called Meeting. Commissioner Foskey seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

All of the Commissioners were present for this Called Meeting: Chairman James L. McAfee, Jr., Vice Chairman Jack Foskey, Donald Smith and Jerronney Darrisaw.

THE JOHNSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

__________________________ ________________________
James L. McAfee, Jr., Chairman Jack Foskey, Vice Chairman

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REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING June 8, 2009

MINUTES

The Johnson County Board of Commissioners held their REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING June 8, 2009 at 6:00 PM in the Grand Jury Room.

Vice Chairman Jack Foskey gave the invocation.

The Johnson County Board of Commissioners had a moment of silence in remembrance of Deputy Kevin Sumner.

Chairman James L. McAfee, Jr., introduced the Interim County Administrator Roger Price and the new County Attorney Matthew Waters.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to approve the minutes of the last Regular Monthly Meeting May 11, 2009 as presented. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Interim County Administrator Roger Price gave the financial report for the County. The General Fund has a balance of $1,142,823.85. Roads, Streets, and Bridges have a balance of $$456,321.21 and 3 CD’s $100,000.00 each. The Jail Construction has a balance of $614,845.81 and 2 CD’s $100,000.00. A COPY OF THE REPORT WILL BE FILED WITH THESE MINUTES.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to pay the monthly bills as presented with the exception of the 3 invoices to Attorney Keri Foster Thompson. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The invoices will be checked before the approval is made to pay. The vote was unanimous.

Chairman McAfee, Jr., made a motion to deny the request for Debbie Killingsworth to be the Chairman of the Board of Elections. Commissioner Foskey seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Darrisaw nominated Brenda Taylor to the Board of Elections. Commissioner McAfee nominated Lewis Zellner to the Board of Elections. This will be voted on at the next Regular Monthly Meeting.

Vicki Robert, Senior Citizens Director recommended reappointments to the Aging Advisory Committee of herself and Betty Coleman. This will be voted on at the next Regular Monthly Meeting.

Misty Webb has requested to be put on the Region 5 MHDDAD Planning Board. This will be voted on at the next Regular Monthly meeting.

All of the Commissioners agreed to keep the same Board members on the RDC Board. They are going to change the name from RDC Board to Atamaha RDC. The current Board members are Commissioner Jack Foskey and Oreatha Thomas. Commissioner Smith made a motion to appoint Jack Foskey, City of Wrightsville choice and Oreatha Thomas to the new Atamaha RDC Board as of July 1, 2009. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to renew the Mental Health Contract. Commissioner Foskey seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Road Superintend Homer Garnto gave an update concerning the Volvo Motor grader currently rented for the purpose of demonstration. Mr. Garnto reported that a quote had been received from ASC Equipment for $147,500.00. Mr. Garnto advised that ASC Equipment would give a trade-in of $18,000 for the 1989 John Deere Motor grader resulting in a final price of $129,500.00. He advised the county would receive a $1,000.00 credit towards the purchase price for the previous rental of the motor grader.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to purchase the 2008 Volvo Motor grader. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Smith made a motion to trade the 1989 John Deere on the Volvo ($21,000.00). Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Smith let the Board know that he found 4 County Road Signs that had been thrown in a ditch. Road Superintendent told them that he has a total of 30 County Road Signs that are missing and needs to be replaced.

Commissioner McAfee, Jr. made a motion to approve the purchase of replacement radios for the EMS at a cost of $2,375. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to approve the purchase of a Fire Truck from Georgia Forestry for $26,226.04. Chairman James L. McAfee, Jr., seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous. (In the Monthly Meeting back in February 2007 a motion was made, seconded and unanimously agreed to purchase a Fire Truck, but had not been done, but since has been brought to the Commissioners attention.)

A notice was received from Georgia Legal Services Program. They will be at the Senior Citizens Center and then at the Library. The dates and times will be posted at the Nursing Homes and provide this information to the media.

Commissioner Smith made a motion to give Caroline Pope and Risa Kight a $1.00 an hour raise. Pam Rathbun a $.50 an hour raise. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Citizens Comments:

Mr. Larry Hightower requested that the commissioners go forward with a replacement to fill the vacant commissioner seat for district one.

There was discussion to go forward with an interview process to fill the vacancy. The interview date was set to be on Monday, July 6, 2009 at the Grand Jury Room in the Courthouse. The interviews are to be held in a called meeting of the Commissioners. The called meeting is to be advertised in the official organ of the County for the weeks of June 15, 22, 29th. The notice will also be placed on the bulletin board in the courthouse.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to close the Regular Session. Commissioner Smith seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to go into Executive Session. Commissioner Foskey seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to close the Executive Session. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Donald Smith made a motion to hire Guy Singletary as the County Administrator. Commissioner McAfee, Jr., seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner McAfee, Jr., made a motion to adjourn this Regular Monthly Meeting. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

All of the County Commissioners were present for the Regular Monthly Meeting: Chairman James L. McAfee, Jr., Vice Chairman Jack Foskey, Jerronney Darrisaw and Donald Smith. There has not been an appointment to replace Mr. John Pullen.

_______________________ ________________________
James L. McAfee, Jr., Chairman Jack Foskey, Vice Chairman

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REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING, May 11, 2009

MINUTES

The Johnson County Board of Commissioners held their REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING, May 11, 2009 at 6:00 PM in the Grand Jury Room.

Vice Chairman Jack Foskey gave the invocation.

Chairman James L. McAfee, Jr., representing the Board of Commissioners gave a special tribute to Mr. John Pullen’s family. A plaque was presented to the family in memory of his service to the Johnson County Residents.

The Chairman announced that this is the last meeting that Green and Green will be representing us as our County Attorneys. Leon and Jud Green was each presented with a County Coin from the Historical Society.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to approve the minutes for the Regular Monthly Meeting of April 13, 2009 as presented. Vice Chairman Jack Foskey seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

County Administrator, Danny Palmer gave the financial report. The General Fund has a balance of $1,344,505.58. The bills for April are $120,819.81. The Roads, Streets and Bridges Fund have a balance of $463,780.56. The Jail Construction Fund has $608,274.61.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to pay the bills as presented. Commissioner Smith seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to continue with the contract with the State Prison. Commissioner McAfee seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous. The cost of this contract will be $19,750.00 this year.

Road Superintendent, Homer Garnto, talked to the Board about a Volvo-Road Grader. The cost is $170,000.00. This piece of equipment could be brought to the County and used for a month at a cost of $1,000.00.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to try this Volvo-Road Grader for one month. Commissioner Foskey seconded this motion. The vote was unanimous.

Three bids were received for the repairs to the Road Grader. The vote was 2 yes and 1 abstained to go with Warnock’s Equipment Repair. Jerronney Darrisaw abstained from the vote. The open bid was $2,560.00

The Chairman suggested that in the future, appointments to any Board should be made known to the board at the previous monthly meeting before the appointment is approved.

Commissioner Smith made a motion to appoint Van Parker Kitchens to the Board of Elections. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous. FOR THE RECORD: ONE BOARD MEMBER IS NEEDED TO HAVE A COMPLETE BOARD.

Chief Deputy Registrar and Coordinator or 911, Debbie Killingsworth requested that she be made Chairman of the Board of Elections. Commissioner Foskey made a motion that this request be tabled. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Danny Palmer, County Administrator, informed the Board that the Sheriff’s Department has received a grant from Edward Byrne Justice Assistance for $12,700.00. They will use this for equipment.

County Administrator, presented the Commissioners a copy of the Budget Calendar with proposed tentative dates.

Mr. Palmer brought information to the Commisisoners on cost savings that had been done recently in the Commisisoners Office. A COPY OF THIS IS FILED WITH THESE MINUTES.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to continue the Graduation Ads. Commissioner Smith seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

The Commissioners were notified that the HB 233 Assessment Cap is now in place.

There was a request for a donation to Melvin Weinstein Parkinson’s Foundation. Commisisoners agreed to table this request.

Citizen’s Comments:

Roger Wimbley
Sheryl Mitchell
Richard Deitrich
Grady McCoy

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to close this Regular Session. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion to go into Executive Session. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Darrisaw made a motion to come out of Executive Session. Commissioner Smith seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Smith made a motion to go back into Regular Session. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner Foskey made a motion, when the Sheriff gives the Commisisoners three reports within a year, on an establishment that has a Beer and Wine License, the Commissioners has the authority to revoke their license. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner McAfee, Jr. made a motion to issue a Beer and Wine License to Sebrina Cuyler. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was 3 yes and 1 no. The no vote was Vice Chairman Jack Foskey.

Commissioner McAfee, Jr. made a motion to nominated Matthew Waters as the County Attorney. His first official day will be the Regular Monthly Meeting in June 2009. Commissioner Foskey and Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

Commissioner James l. McAfee, Jr. made a motion to adjourn this Regular Monthly Meeting. Commissioner Darrisaw seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.

All of the Commissioners were present for this Regular Monthly Meeting: Chairman James L McAfee, Jr., Vice Chairman Jack Foskey, Jerronney Darrisaw and Donald Smith. They have not appointed a replacement for Mr. John Pullen.

THE JOHNSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

________________________ ________________________
James L. McAfee, Jr., Chairman Jack Foskey, Vice Chairman

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