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Board of Supervisors Monday meeting agenda

Besides setting the official tax rate for the 2009-10 fiscal year, Pulaski County Board of Supervisors has a number of other items on the agenda for its Monday meeting.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the board room of the County Administration Building on Third Street Northwest in Pulaski.

Agenda items include:
• Presentation of resolution to the family of the late H.W. Huff.
• Recognition of the featured employees for the month.
• A public hearing on a petition by Howard M. and Carolyn Jean Woodyard to rezone property at 6353 Kent Farm Road from Agricultural (A-1) to Industrial (I-1). The property is in the Massie District.
• A public hearing on a petition by Division 5 United States Coast Guard Auxiliary for a Special Use Permit (SUP) on Town of Dublin property at 6120 Lyons Road to allow a 250-foot public safety and/or government communications tower. The property is the Draper District.
• A public hearing on an amendment to the elderly and disabled tax relief guidelines. The amendment would increase the total family income and total net worth criteria.
• A public hearing to receive public comments pertaining to the adoption of an ordinance to clarify the establishment of a central absentee voter precinct to be used for the receiving, counting and recording of absentee ballots in all elections.
• Citizen comments.
• A special presentation by Project Director Dr. Janet McDaniel concerning a Center for Family Health and Planning Grant.
• A special presentation by Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Harless.
• Follow-up on highway discussions from previous meetings.
• Discussion of tree issues on Route 11 and Morehead Lane.
• Clearing of trees from the northbound entry onto Interstate 81 at Exit 94.
• Citizen highway concerns.
• Board of Supervisors highway concerns.
• County Administrator and Staff Reports concerning committee appointments and economic stimulus projects.
• Consent items which including a contact for vending services; a 2009 Planning Grant agreement with New River Valley Planning District Commission; a copier contract for the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office; scheduling of a public hearing for consideration of an ordinance to govern body art establishments; mailing of voter cards in the New River Precinct; approvals of fireworks permits; an Emergency Preparedness Exercise for Terrorism or Drug Labs; regulation of on-site septic systems; and acquisition of Loving Field from the Town of Pulaski.

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Board of Supervisors Monday meeting agenda

Besides setting the official tax rate for the 2009-10 fiscal year, Pulaski County Board of Supervisors has a number of other items on the agenda for its Monday meeting.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the board room of the County Administration Building on Third Street Northwest in Pulaski.

Agenda items include:
• Presentation of resolution to the family of the late H.W. Huff.
• Recognition of the featured employees for the month.
• A public hearing on a petition by Howard M. and Carolyn Jean Woodyard to rezone property at 6353 Kent Farm Road from Agricultural (A-1) to Industrial (I-1). The property is in the Massie District.
• A public hearing on a petition by Division 5 United States Coast Guard Auxiliary for a Special Use Permit (SUP) on Town of Dublin property at 6120 Lyons Road to allow a 250-foot public safety and/or government communications tower. The property is the Draper District.
• A public hearing on an amendment to the elderly and disabled tax relief guidelines. The amendment would increase the total family income and total net worth criteria.
• A public hearing to receive public comments pertaining to the adoption of an ordinance to clarify the establishment of a central absentee voter precinct to be used for the receiving, counting and recording of absentee ballots in all elections.
• Citizen comments.
• A special presentation by Project Director Dr. Janet McDaniel concerning a Center for Family Health and Planning Grant.
• A special presentation by Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Harless.
• Follow-up on highway discussions from previous meetings.
• Discussion of tree issues on Route 11 and Morehead Lane.
• Clearing of trees from the northbound entry onto Interstate 81 at Exit 94.
• Citizen highway concerns.
• Board of Supervisors highway concerns.
• County Administrator and Staff Reports concerning committee appointments and economic stimulus projects.
• Consent items which including a contact for vending services; a 2009 Planning Grant agreement with New River Valley Planning District Commission; a copier contract for the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office; scheduling of a public hearing for consideration of an ordinance to govern body art establishments; mailing of voter cards in the New River Precinct; approvals of fireworks permits; an Emergency Preparedness Exercise for Terrorism or Drug Labs; regulation of on-site septic systems; and acquisition of Loving Field from the Town of Pulaski.

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