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Tuesday, April 20, 2021 - 8:30 AM
Pike County Chamber of Commerce, 416 Thomaston Street, Zebulon, Georgia
Department Head Retreat

www.pikecoga.com/novusagenda has an online agenda and accompanying information for this meeting. Monthly information from Animal Control, Coroner, Fire Department, Grady, Library, Magistrate Court, McIntosh Trail CSB, Planning & Development, Registrar, Superior - Juvenile Court, Tax Assessor, and the Water Authority are included as well during the morning meeting only.

We encourage that attendees follow recommended Covid-19 guidelines which include staying home if you are ill/not feeling well, washing your hands, maintaining social distancing, and wearing a face covering (recommended but not required)

[Note from the Editor: I am not planning to attend this meeting at this time, but things may change.]

Chairman J. Briar Johnson

Silent Invocation

Chairman J. Briar Johnson

4. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA - (O.C.G A. § 50-14-1 (e) (1))


(10-15 minutes each) Start time 9:00 a.m

Beth Camp - State House Representative District 131
Marie Broder - District Attorney
Dr. Michael Duncan - Pike County School Superintendent


a. Department Head Presentations
(5-7 minutes each) Start time 9:45 a.m.

Greg Hobbs - Tax Assessors
Rick O'Barr - Fire Department
Brad Vaughan - Planning and Development
Lynn Vickers - Registrar
Todd Goolsby - Public Works
Tanya Perkins - Animal Control
Rosemary Bunn - Library
Ken Lulamiere - Building and Grounds
Patricia Wells - Senior Center
Brooklyn Wassel - Cooperative Extension (County Agent)

b. Lunch Break - 11: 30 a.m.
(Lunch will be provided to Board of Commissioners)

c. Continued Department Head Presentations
(5-7 minutes each) Start time 12:15 p.m.

John Barker - Development Authority of Pike County
Carmen Westerfield - Soil Conservation
Mark Camp - Agribusiness Authority
Kevin Teate - Parks and Recreation
Scott Huckaby - Water & Sewerage Authority

d. Presentation by Constitutional/Elected Officers
(10-12 minutes each) Start time 1:15 p.m.

Sheriff Jimmy Thomas - Sheriff's Office, Jail, Inmate Care, E-911
Pam Thompson - Superior Court Clerk
Judge Ginny Blakeney - Probate Court
Donna Chapman - Tax Commissioner
Judge Marcia Callaway-Ingram - Magistrate Court

e. Presentations
Start time 2:30 p.m.

Rob Morton - County Attorney
Ryan Reynolds - ACCG
Bill Ross and Paige Hatley - Ross + Associates
Adam Price - Falcon Design

f. Commissioner's Comments
Start Time 4:00 p.m.

District 1 - Commissioner Daniel
District 2 - Commissioner Guy
District 3 - Commissioner Proctor
District 4 - Commissioner Jenkins
At-Large Chairman Briar Johnson

g. Final County Manager Comments
Brandon Rogers


Agenda subject to revision.
(Times are estimated)

Agenda subject to revision.

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Submitted 4.10.21