Suwannee Democrat


January 15, 2014

Suwannee County, Live Oak officials to hold joint workshop

Live Oak —

At a recent Suwannee County Board of County Commission meeting, County Administrator Randy Harris told the board the Live Oak City Council would like to hold a joint workshop. The board consensually agreed to meet and to discuss projects that involve both the commission and the city council. City Administrator Kerry Waldron was present at the meeting.

The meeting will be held on Thursday, Jan. 30, at 6:30 p.m. The location has not yet been determined. 

Items presented to the commissioners that will be topics for discussion at the workshop include: the city cemetery and veteran plots; Perimeter Road; DOT funded road projects; the Douglass Center; and water/sewer projects. 

The agenda may be amended to include any additional topics the commission would like to discuss.

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