County Manager position discussed at workshop

Published: Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 05:05 PM.

After much discussion the board agreed to ask Waste Management if they would be willing to donate one day out of the year as charity.

The board agreed to place the District 14 Medical Examiner Reappointment on the agenda for the next meeting.

“This is just a formality to see if we will support their decision,” said Bush. “There’s a reappointment every three years. Last I heard they’ve had over 50 replies and it’s all been good.”

The board also agreed to place a variance request for a resident on Gainer Road on the agenda for the next meeting.

“I just feel it isn’t right that this man has to jump through so many hoops just to give his son some of his land,” said Bush. “In this time of economic problems we need to be promoting development.”

Planning Department Director Mike DeRuntz explained that it was an unusual request because the request was for an irregular shaped lot.

Director of UF IFAS Washington County Extension, Julie Dillard, was present to announce the new Agricultural Natural Resources Agent, Mark Mauldin, and informed the board that Mauldin would be available to the board for introductions at their next meeting.

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