The Glynn County Finance Committee will think about at its assembly now a partnership with the developer of a proposed retirement local community to set up a new site visitors mild at Altama Avenue and Buckingham Location.
In August, Mainland Scheduling commissioners permitted a web site program for Beverly Villas — an 80-unit senior residing facility composed of 26 duplexes, seven quadruplexes, a clubhouse, pool and routine maintenance drop on an 18.8-acre parcel guiding Coley Electric powered.
County planning and zoning employees users claimed at the time they thought the senior dwelling advanced would press targeted visitors volume at that intersection to the position a website traffic gentle would be warranted.
The developer, Hillpointe LLC, agreed to share the burden of installing the signal, which could value upwards of $200,000 in accordance to a memo from Community Improvement Director Pamela Thompson to the finance committee.
“It is believed that adding an extra targeted traffic light-weight will guide in offsetting the fees incurred by the county to its highway infrastructure which are partially necessitated by the progress of Beverly Villas,” the memo states.
County officers and the developer have preliminarily agreed to a 75-25 cost-share, with the developer paying out a quarter, around $50,000, of the full cost.
The finance committee will be asked to make a advice on the arrangement to the Glynn County Commission, which will contemplate it at a foreseeable future assembly.
Also on the agenda is a proposal to cut down the county’s on the net credit history card payment price.
The 3 % cost is slated to go into impact Jan. 1, 2021. But on Tuesday, the finance committee will look at recommending the county commission reduced it to 2.75 percent.
Meant to recoup processing service fees for on the net transactions, the fee originally authorised the payment on Sept. 3.
In other organization, the committee will appear at a agreement with Bryant Appraisal and Consulting Expert services for appropriate-of-way deed evaluation, negotiation and acquisition products and services for infrastructure and federal support tasks, among other things, at a price of $63 for each hour with a 58-cent-for each-mile transportation reimbursement price.
In a memo, county engineer Paul Andrews questioned the committee to propose using a clause in county ordinances to bypass the bidding approach. The broad selection of expert services furnished and the company’s 19-year historical past doing this function for the county justify it, according to the memo.
Committee customers will also contemplate recommending no matter whether to renew the county’s workers’ compensation insurance policies from the Association of County Commissioners of Ga.
The virtual meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. and will be broadcast are living to the county’s YouTube and Fb internet pages.