Bryan County Commissioners passed three resolutions Tuesday regarding the newly purchased Fisherman’s Co-op.
One authorizes the submittal of a grant application to help fund the development of co-op projects; another is for the long term maintenance and financial plan for the co-op and the third approves a memorandum of understanding with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Bryan County paid $3.25 million for the co-op in September and plans to turn it into a public recreation area.
Also Tuesday: Kay Proctor, of the accounting firm Lanier, Deal & Proctor, LLC, told commissioners the 2019 audit of county finances had been completed with no major discrepancies noted.
Also, United Way of the Coastal Empire director Mary Fuller addressed the commission and explained how the non-profit’s fundraising benefited county residents. were being used. Two resolutions were passed regarding the 2018 comprehensive land use plan. The first was to update the capital improvement element the second was to adopt the second amendment of the capital improvement plan.