Bulloch County Commissioners meet Tuesday

Written by  Monday, 01 July 2013 10:35

Bulloch County

Board of Commissioners

Regular Meeting

July 2, 2013

5:30 PM

North Main Annex Community Room

Statesboro, Georgia


Some of the items on the agenda include:


  Proposed Abandonment of a portion of Allen Lee, C. Scott Road, Bradley and Rozier roads;


  Reappointments  to the Department of Family and Children Services Board, the Development Authority of Bulloch County and Coastal Regional Commission Council;


  An agreement for the Board of Elections to conduct elections for the Town of Register;


  Discussion/Action on an Intergovernmental Agreement for a grant proposal for updating Sheriff’s Office Equipment and adoption of the FY 2014 G A B.


  The commissioners think they will need about an hour and a half to take care of business.  The meeting is open to the public.








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