Walker County Commissioner meeting audio from February 27, 2020. SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE channel to watch this meeting http://walkercountyga.gov/tag/podcast/feed
Commissioner Whitfield amended the county's Alcohol ordinance to clean up some language dealing with licensing fees, rejected a resolution calling for a vote on changing distance requirements for alcohol sales at restaurants, approved a resolution calling for a vote on SPLOST, review department statistics and other county business matters.
Walker County residents will notice a significant investment in the county’s road system this summer. Contractor bids are now being accepted to make improvements to 36 miles of roads in the unincorporated areas of the county.
Prior to the Regular Meeting, a Public Hearing was held on a proposed amendment to the County's Alcohol Ordinance. The amendment would make Walker County more business friendly by removing a distance requirement that goes beyond state requirements. Another Public Hearing was held on several zoning requests.
Prior to the Regular Meeting, a Public Hearing was held on a proposed amendment to the County's Alcohol Ordinance. The amendment would make Walker County more business friendly by removing distance requirement that go above and beyond state requirements.
Walker County Commissioner meeting audio from December 12, 2019. SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE channel to watch this meeting http://walkercountyga.gov/tag/podcast/feed
Walker County Fire Rescue has recruited a big name to encourage residents to practice fire safety. Before loading his sleigh, Santa Claus joined Sparky the Fire Dog in a new public service announcement (PSA) to warn the public about how the holiday season can be the most dangerous time of the year.
Walker County Commissioner Shannon Whitfield issued a proclamation for Small Business Saturday, made two appointments to the Walker County Planning Commissioner and approved a purchase order for the landfill.
In 1989, the late Sheriff Al Millard created the Stocking Full of Love program to provide toys to children in need in Walker County. 37 children received presents that first year. Last year, over 1,300 children were provided presents.
Topics include proclamations for Hunger Free & Hospice Month, an appointment to the County Attorney position, North Georgia Region I Emergency Medical Services Council and Rossville Library Board and the surplusing of old voting machine equipment.