The Walton County Board of Commissions will have its March meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, at the Historic Courthouse in downtown Monroe. The public is invited to attend. Items on the agenda include a rezone that could bring a grow and sell produce facility on Thurston Snow Road, the Walton County Fire Station 12 at Hard Labor Creek Reservoir as well as consider staffing requests for an assistant animal control officer and an assistant EMS director.
The full agenda follows.
1.01 3 Minute Limit
2.01 Pledge of Allegiance & Invocation
2.02 Call to Order
2.03 Roll Call
4.01 Approval with conditions of Z19120014 – Rezone 17.467 acres from A1 to A to grow and sell produce at home & market – Applicant: Sunday Antonisen/Owners: Sunday & Sven Antonisen – 1465 Thurston Snow Rd-Map/Parcel C1920024 – District 4.
4.02 Approval of Z19120016 – Rezone 0.77 acres from B1 to M1 for office building and storage-Applicant: Debbie Thompson/Owners: Donna Shave & Roland Lanctot Trustees– Nathan Blvd/Parcel C0440013M00 – District 1
5.01 Monthly Financial Matters, Contracts & Approval of Meeting Minutes
6.01 2020 Traffic Striping, Safety Marking & RPM Program
6.02 Walton County Fire Station #12
7.01 Staffing Request – Assistant Animal Control Director
7.02 Staffing Request – Assistant EMS Director
8.01 FY 2020 Budget Amendments
8.02 Project Length Budget – Water Main Extensions – N. Cross Lane, Broach Road and James Powers Road
8.03 Project Length Budget – 2020 LMIG Resurfacing Projects – Providence Club Drive, Wall Road & Dean Hill Road
9.01 O’Kelly Memorial Library Board of Trustees
10.01 April 7, 2020 – Regular Monthly Meeting – 6:00 p.m.