BOC Workshop today

Written by  Tuesday, 08 July 2014 09:44

  The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners will hold a workshop this afternoon to discuss a couple of items.  The workshop session will get underway at 4:30 p.m. today in the Community Room in the North Main Annex at 115 North Main Street in downtown Statesboro.


  Items on the agenda include discussion and action on a change of order for the widening and road improvements at A. J. Riggs Road and approval of the intent to proceed with fund acquisitions of easements with the Georgia Department of Transportation.


  The commissioners will also discuss the Fiscal Year 2015 Budget but will take no action at today’s workshop.


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


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