Local residents are welcome to come and participate tonight in the Polk County Commission's work session, set to start at 5:15 p.m. with a busy agenda ahead.
Officials will be gathering in the Board of Commissioner Meeting Room at the Polk County Police Department, 73 Clines Ingram Jackson Road, Cedartown for the first of two sessions this week to cover February's business.
On the agenda tonight is Paul Payne wishing to discuss the potential for county maintenance on Tolbert Road, Robert Sprague bringing his comments about Lefevers Road back to the board, and Stacie Baines wishing to discuss the county police department.
Additionally, Ed Burnley is returning to discuss the Grady Road Landfill with the board.
Redmond EMS Director Marty Robinson also plans to provide new AEDs to the county courthouses and administration building courtesy of his organization, and Andy Davis and Bob Finnell are coming to discuss a proposal for new opioid legislation.
Business for the Commission to address also includes the presentation of the FY 2017 audit on the previous budget year, presentation of the February Employee of the Month, Employee Service awards, and reports from departments and committees.
See the full agenda attached for more information.
Additionally, the county commission will meet for their regular session on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in the board of commissioners meeting room. See online Tuesday morning for the agenda for that upcoming meeting.