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EDA special called meeting, July 26

Note: This article was updated on Monday, July 25, 2022, to add item 2 to the agenda below.

From Adair Chamber of Commerce

The Columbia-Adair County Economic Development Authority will hold a special called Board of Directors Meeting at 8amCT on Tuesday, July 26, 2022, in the Chamber of Commerce at 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.

This special called meeting is needed due to the lack of a quorum at Monday's regular meeting. There is one issue on the agenda.

Meeting Agenda:

  • Special Called Meeting

  • Presiding - Bobby Morrison, Chairman
  • Welcome, Call To Order, Determination of a Quorum, Pledge of Allegiance & Prayer

  • Business:
    • Approval of Minutes as presented - Doyle Lloyd, Secretary
    • Approval of Treasurer's financial report - Roger Meadows, Treasurer

  • New Business:

  • 1. Review and vote on Service Road to water tower and gas pump station. (See plan.) This has been in our plan for some time and may have been approved before, but probably need to approve again.

    Handout previous information agenda, plan for service road and quote (from regular meeting, no quorum so no official meeting.)

  • 2. Discuss and decide about build-ready pad application.

  • 3. Motion to adjourn.

Next regular meeting Tuesday August 16, 2022

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