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Release of RFQ for lake developers delayed by county attorney

Release of RFQ for lake developers delayed by county attorney
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Grady County commissioners have told members of the Grady County Lake Authority that time is of the essence in pushing forward with the development around the 960-acre Tired Creek Lake, but three weeks after receiving a draft of a “Request for Qualifications” produced by Tired Creek consultant William F. Butler, the county’s attorney has not provided the consultant with her suggested revisions.
A joint meeting of the Grady County Commission and the lake authority scheduled for last Thursday was canceled after it was learned that Grady County attorney Jennifer Dorminey Herzog had not provided Butler with any of her suggested changes to the document.

Prince will seek another term

District 2 Grady County Commissioner Ray Prince said this week he will seek a second, four-year term on the Grady County Commission when qualifying opens next month.
“We have so many things that need to be addressed in our county. Tired Creek is one of the largest issues. We need to get development started as soon as we can,” Commissioner Prince, who currently serves as the chairman of the board, said this week.

Local residents express concerns about road conditions

Local residents continue to voice complaints about the condition of Open Pond Road and Old 179 North to members of the Grady County Commission.
County commissioners heard from Karis Mills, a resident of Old 179 North, and Heather Brinkley, a resident of Spring Hill Road, Tuesday night.
Mills said that Old 179 North, in its current condition, is “not a safe road.” She also said that she was experiencing a soil erosion problem in front of her home due to the condition of the road.

Commissioners to meet with Taylor to discuss solid waste

Grady County commissioners are planning to hold a work session next month in order to discuss a variety of items outside of a regular business meeting.
Among the agenda items up for discussion is holding all commission meetings in the evening rather than one meeting a month in the morning and the second meeting of the month in the evening.

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