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  • Greenbrier County Commission Meeting Highlights

    On Tuesday, July 9th, the Greenbrier County Commission held its regular meeting at the Greenbrier County Courthouse. The meeting began with an invocation led by Commissioner Daily and the Pledge of Allegiance led by Cindy.

    The meeting officially commenced with the approval of the minutes from the previous meeting held on June 25, 2024. Commissioner Daily moved to approve the minutes, which was seconded and passed unanimously.

    Key Agenda Items:

    Settlements of Estates:
    Cindy Allen, the Fiduciary Supervisor, presented final settlement reports for estates. The Commission approved the settlements unanimously.

    Exonerations and County Splits:
    Three consolidations from the Assessor's Office were reviewed and approved. Additionally, exonerations and county splits were considered and approved without any objections.

    Financial Approvals:
    Robin Lauterman presented financial transfers for various county projects:

    • Arts and Recreation Transfer: $567.30 for the 2023-24 programming, $1,219.92 for pickleball equipment, and $14,000 for mowing services for the Meadow River Trail, totaling $15,787.27. This transfer was approved.
    • Budget Revisions: Several budget revisions were proposed, including increases for contingency, building maintenance, and law enforcement overtime. All revisions were approved unanimously.

    New Business:

    Bid Openings for FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program: A bid was opened for the residential elevation grant program for a property at 169 John Perry Lane in Fort Springs, damaged in the 2016 flood. The sole bid received will be reviewed by Paula Brown to ensure compliance before final consideration.

    Grant Approval: The Commission considered and approved the grant agreement and resolution for the 2024-2025 Department of Justice and Community Services community corrections grant totaling $270,000. This grant supports the community corrections program with quarterly payments of $67,500.


    The meeting concluded with all agenda items addressed. The Commissioners wished everyone a good 4th of July and adjourned the meeting at 10:18 AM.

    For more information and detailed minutes, visit the Greenbrier County Commission's official website.


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