GOALS RETREAT

                                                                                        JANUARY 18, 2008

The Lake County Board of County Commissioners met in special session on Friday, January 18, 2008, at 8:00 a.m., at the Trout Lake Nature Center, Eustis, Florida.  Commissioners present at the meeting were: Welton G. Cadwell, Chairman; Jennifer Hill, Vice Chairman; Elaine Renick; Debbie Stivender; and Linda Stewart.  Others present were: Cindy Hall, County Manager; Gregg Welstead, Deputy County Manager; Sanford A. Minkoff, County Attorney; Barbara Lehman, Chief Deputy Clerk, County Finance; Daryl Smith, Environmental Services Director; Fletcher Smith, Community Services Director; Greg Mihalic, Tourism and Business Relations Director; Amye King, Deputy Director, Growth Management; Dottie Keedy, Director, Economic Growth and Redevelopment; Jim Stivender, Jr., Public Works Director; Jim Banon, Facilities Development and Management Director; Sharon Wall, Employee Services Director; Wendy Taylor, Executive Office Manager, Board of County Commissioners= Office; and  Susan Boyajan, Deputy Clerk.


The first hour of the meeting consisted of a discussion between the Commissioners; Ms. Cindy Hall, County Manager; and Mr. Sandy Minkoff, County Attorney regarding various issues that were of concern to them.

Commr. Renick stated her concerns about problems and delays that some major developers of commercial projects were experiencing, especially in the south Lake County area.  She felt that if they were trying to welcome business and have the process run smoothly, they needed to get together with staff to look at these issues and thought that they could use one specific business as a case study of what road blocks they were experiencing and why they kept having the delays.

Commr. Stivender commented that when there was one designated staff person working on a project of that magnitude, it got through the system faster.

Mr. Minkoff pointed out that one of the projects Commr. Renick was referring to was totally within the city limits of Clermont, so he did not believe that it had ever come through a County site plan process.  He thought that Public Works would be the department that would be involved in this particular project.

Commr. Renick explained that there was a problem with Steve’s Road that was a County issue with this project.  There was discussion about how they would look for a project that they could use as a case study to analyze exactly what the problems were and what the solutions would be.

Commr. Cadwell pointed out that even some of the good policies, such as the environmental assessment, might slow down the process to some extent, but that he still supported those.

Ms. Hall stated that they had talked about having an ombudsman in that department that could actually walk people through the process.  There was also discussion about having a checklist to guide developers through that process.

Commr. Cadwell commented that he believed the current staff in the Planning and Zoning Department understood the Board’s philosophy and had a cooperative attitude.

Ms. Hall added that she thought everyone was on the same page and had the same interest in mind, but unfortunately were still trying to grasp the problem.  She asked for the Commissioners to let her know when they heard about particular problems, because they might be in addition to other ones she was already aware of.

Commr. Renick commented that if there was a problem involving a city, they might need to get involved with that as well.  She also asked if they could fast track businesses that were willing to follow the guidelines for green building as an incentive.

Ms. Hall commented that that was a very good idea and that the County needed to fix the fast track program they currently had so that the process was quicker.

Commr. Renick expressed concerned about the County hiring contractors knowledgeable about the LEED certification and then deciding not to do it.

Ms. Hall did not think that any contractor was eliminated from being considered for the job because of that factor.

Commr. Cadwell related that they started looking at that certification with the architect and builder, and then they decided to try to engineer all of that in without actually going through the process to obtain the certificate.

Commr. Renick stated that it was a trust issue about whether all of those things were being done.

Ms. Hall commented that Mr. Jim Bannon, Facilities Development and Management Director, was working on getting information on the cost of the LEED certification and might have that at the workshop later that day, but she did not think that they could do that with the Constitutional Officer Building.  She noted that they were going for LEED certification for the Umatilla Health Clinic, which would be easier since it was a small building.

Mr. Minkoff commented that the Judicial Center might be the wrong building to try to use the LEED certification because of it being a retrofit and that it might be better to pick one building in South Tavares for certification to see exactly what the cost would be.

Commr. Renick was concerned about “district territorialism” and about what Commissioner should be in contact with people from various districts.

Commr. Stewart commented that she believed that they were selected County-wide, and she talked to people from all over the County.

Commr. Cadwell also did not see a problem with talking to any individual citizen from any part of the County and stated that he would like to know about any large issue that was happening.

Commr. Hill noted that sometimes the input was driven by the committees they sat on.

Mr. Minkoff commented that he would usually tell a citizen concerned about an issue to see their district Commissioner first, but he would not dissuade anyone from seeing any of the other Commissioners.

Commr. Renick asked what the extent of the Board’s involvement on water conservation would be.  She thought they should do everything they could to push the 2013 date out into the future as far as they could before they were required to use the alternative water supply.

Commr. Cadwell thought that it was important for the whole region to work together on this.

Commr. Renick commented that this issue would be a good way to put myregion.org to the test, but she had concerns about the attitude of some of the other surrounding counties regarding water conservation and availability.

Ms. Hall commented that she was expecting that water issues would be a priority, and she would like to put in place a team of people to focus on water conservation.  She related that Mr. Gregg Welstead, Deputy County Manager, was charged with looking at things that they could bring back to the Board that were water conservation oriented.  She also stated that she would be in favor of working regionally, either through the myregion.org or some other mechanism, to do that.  She assured the Board that if they made this a priority, her office would do everything they possibly could think of, including bringing it forward to the region.

Commr. Cadwell commented that he thought that another good place to discuss this issue was at the Congress of Regional Leaders.

Commr. Renick informed them that the St. Johns River Water Management District would do a presentation for the Board on domestic self supply to get a feel for how much water they really were using, including the well usage.  She also was thinking of getting more involved in the Water Alliance, now that the original agreement had sunsetted and they had voted to take a new direction other than just looking at alternative water supplies, including taking a look at water conservation.  She was trying to decide whether she should be a voting member or just a liaison so that she could still be able to talk to the other members.

Mr. Minkoff commented that the concern the Water Alliance had with Commr. Renick being just a liaison was that they were looking for the County to be a financial contributor and that if she was not a member, there might not be as much commitment to the process.

Commr. Stivender agreed with Commr. Renick that putting her as a liaison would give her more freedom to be able to discuss things.

Commr. Cadwell stated that he had spoken with Mr. Welstead about generating some money for water conservation measures by monitoring of new wells that get installed within the County.


Ms. Hall announced that they had prepared a package regarding eight goals along with some defining statements underneath the goals that the County had adopted in January of 2006, relating what they would like to be able to say about Lake County in 25 years.  She reported that the staff has taken these very seriously over the last couple of years, and through the budget process, they have submitted ways they were furthering these goals and documenting them.  She explained that they compiled some highlights that related to each of the goals, but that it was not an all-inclusive list.  She related that the department directors would give a ten minute briefing on each one of the goals.  She asked the Commissioners to later give her direction to let her know whether they were on the right track or if they wanted to make any changes to them.


Ms. Sharon Wall, Employee Services Director, reported that they were finding ways that they could inspire their employees to do the best job they could and enjoy the work they did.  They had been looking at their processes and technology when possible to automate things.  She enthusiastically related that customer service was being improved and that they were always striving to fine tune it up to that next level.   They wanted Lake County to be the premier customer service organization, and they sent the department heads down to the Disney Institute for a retreat that showed how to look at everything from the customer’s viewpoint.  She plans to have all 900 employees go through an eight-hour customer service training program within six months that will start in February, using six other employees in the County as facilitators.  She also had selected employees identified as subject matter experts who will look at the processes from the customer’s point of view, and she commented that this would be an opportunity to give recognition to a lot of employees, to have them step out of their normal work a little bit, and was a good way to motivate and retain employees.  She thought their organization would receive wonderful benefits from this program.

Ms. Hall commented that external communication was another area they were trying hard to improve by being out in the community and work with homeowner’s associations, rotary clubs, some lunch and breakfast groups, and other organizations so that they were familiar with them.  She wanted them to present themselves as approachable, and department directors were encouraged to get out in the community to participate in events.


Mr. Gregg Welstead, Deputy County Manager, commented that they have accomplished a great deal in the last two years.  He related that school concurrency and traffic concurrency were a pipe dream at the time those goals were set.  He also noted that public safety had been an area that they had focused on, and that since the hurricanes of 2004, they have seen a shift in that entire effort from an organization that had dealt with emergencies in a disjointed way to an organization that really recognized the value of everyone in the organization, and that currently everyone pitches in when something is needed, as shown by the tornadoes of 2006.  He noted that they led the State in intergovernmental cooperation during the Groundhog Day Tornados.  He stated that the fact that they developed first responder agreements with most of the cities and that they communicated with them on a great basis was reflected in the Board’s approval of the 800 mHz radio system.  He mentioned that the Cagan Crossings Library was a perfect example of regional cooperation with the neighboring counties.  He also stated that the County’s involvement in the League of Cities shows that it was important for them to help the cities when needed and to provide them with the County’s recommendations and observations of how they were working to ensure that all of them were working together.  He pointed out that the Water Alliance was one of the prime examples of where they had cooperated with the cities over the last four years, such as in objecting to OUC (Orlando Utilities Commission) and Orange County on the cities’ behalf.  He related that there was a Quarterly Managers’ Meeting scheduled February 1 regarding a water conservation program for the entire county, and in the past they have discussed at those meetings issues such as budget matters resulting from possible cuts in revenues from the legislature as well as interlocal cooperation in terms of providing services, planning, and annexations.  He summarized that cooperation was the key to success and that none of them could do what they needed to do in local government without cooperating with everyone else.

Ms. Hall added that they were very active in the myregion.org process that involved seven counties, such as by heading up the greenprint effort of that.  She emphasized that the city managers and the County were working on some countywide proposals discussed at the Quarterly Managers’ Meeting to bring forward having to do with water conservation.


Ms. Dottie Keedy, Economic Growth and Redevelopment Director, stated that her department was created out of the adoption of this economic goal about a year and a half ago.  She related that they have not really achieved the four bulleted points underneath it, but she believed that they were well on their way to doing that.  She has been evaluating their current programs and what they had been doing and networking with all the individuals and partners in the County and the region.  She commented that economic development was a very collaborative effort and included a lot of partners, and there had been a lot of people they had been in communication with and trying to establish relationships with in working on the strategic plan, which had been discussed in detail recently.  She opined that they have had a lot of success at the Christopher C. Ford Commerce Park, and the third phase of that was just beginning, but that it was approaching build out, so they needed to expand their efforts.  She informed the Board that she was continuing the JGI (Jobs Growth Incentive) Program.  She pointed out that the county’s wages have increased fairly significantly in the last couple of years, up about 60 cents an hour from last year, which was still a little low within the region, so they needed to continue that effort.  She reported that they were still working on the business-friendly destination, and the customer service initiative was being addressed, especially in Growth Management.


Mr. Jim Stivender, Jr., Public Works Director, stated that they did a reorganization of their department for this transportation goal.  He commented that these goals outlined what they were already doing and reflected their continuing cooperation with the cities and FDOT (Florida Department of Transportation) on all the inter-modal operations that were already going on.   He mentioned the paved shoulders they were doing, trails they were working on, and programs they were working through with FDOT on grants associated with that.  One of the challenges they initially faced was that they were having trouble getting companies to bid for the projects they were putting out to bid, since those companies were busy doing private sector work.  However, since that situation has changed recently, there were projects that were now in place, such as the $13 million Southern Connector, which was now officially finished as of last week.   He also related that sidewalks, shoulders, and cart paths were all intricately designed into the CR 466 project, which will be started later this year.  He reported that Mr. T. J. Fish, Executive Director of the MPO (Lake Sumter Metropolitan Planning Organization), had bridged a lot of the gaps in the planning efforts when it came to the cities, the County, the surrounding counties, and the FDOT.  He stated that his job was to make sure the operational systems were all working very well together.  He also reported that they had an agreement worked out with the concurrency issues, and they were moving forward with that.

Commr. Cadwell stated that the whole MPO process has worked well.

Mr. Stivender commented that it has allowed them to work on some other factors, such as the fundamentals of design and interconnection and to build roads and trails.  He related that they had a tough time in 2006 at the start of this program, but it got better last year, and they had a lot of projects this year out to bid.  They hoped to have a lot of roads resurfaced by May.  He also pointed out that they were making the parks that they were refurbishing, such as Ferndale and PEAR, as they were in 1808, which meant that they had to take some things down to build some things up.  He reported that they would have several events coming up in the next few months with the ranger programs.  He explained that they were about two months behind on the Trail Master Plan, which was delayed waiting for other partners to come to the table, such as DOT, who had expressed interest in getting more involved in their trail program because of the way it linked to other counties.  He informed the Board that the vandalism and other problems that they had in the parks were pretty much resolved, because of the park ranger program making a presence on a regular basis.  He commented that the sidewalk construction projects had been a struggle, because they were trying to put the links together, find the dollars to do that, and acquire right of way.


Mr. Fletcher Smith, Community Services Director, explained that the County was not in the business of doing actual direct services, but they had been in the background providing incentive funding for others to do things in that area.  He noted that they had just had the Social Services Needs GAP Analysis from UCF, and transportation was one of the first things mentioned.  He commented that the County did an incredible amount of funding for transportation services, and the County funded almost $14 million for health, human and social services, which included transportation.  He mentioned that the UCF study also recommended that the County work with health care providers to help address affordable health care for people in the County, and they were working with the Lake County Medical Society through the WeCare Program to try to make some kind of inroads with people who did not have health care to get them some assistance when they needed specialty care.  He also informed the Board that through the Lake County Comprehensive Health Care Committee, the hospitals had established four indigent medical clinics.  He  mentioned that they provide funding for the Health Department, and they had participated with NaCo over the past couple of years for the prescription medication card, which had saved the citizens of Lake County over one million dollars in prescription costs.  He related that the study also talked about a centralized information, referral, and case management system (such as a 211 case management system), and he recommended that if the County decided to do that, they should be cautious and do it at a lower cost level.  He thought that the County should be a funding partner in the system, but not necessarily the only funding partner, since there were a lot of municipalities and businesses that would benefit by having a system like this in place.  He reported that location of services was another issue that the study brought up and that services tend to be clustered in more populated areas.  He commented that it was a challenge for his staff to provide transportation for the people in rural areas that needed services.  He also talked about the Human Care Network, which he believed provided the first inroads into a county-wide case-management type of program and had established six food distribution sites countywide.  He pointed out that the Community Health Worker Program in Lake County was a trend setter nationwide, which recruited volunteers in minority neighborhoods to become educated about neighborhood issues and to take steps to provide solutions.


Mr. Daryl Smith, Environmental Services Director, commented that he thought they needed to develop some kind of real direction in terms of where the County wanted to go with the greening and develop some kind of comprehensive program to demonstrate the County’s commitment to preserving all the environmental resources.  He related that they had made a strong commitment with their Water Atlas that provided them with a lot of information about the quality of the water in all of their lakes, and the Water Authority has been a partner in that program.  He mentioned that they would be talking next week about the Adopt-A-Lake Program, which included an educational component to educate the public about how to preserve their water resources.  He stated that the Aquatic Plant Management program had a significant impact, and noted that in 2006, they treated over 5,000 acres of Hydrilla at a cost of $1.8 million, but after their eradication initiative, they have had to treat less than 200 acres of Hydrilla at a cost of less than $100,000 this year.  He thought that the commitment that the Board was making to the Parks and Recreational Programs was important to preserve the natural resources as well as providing recreational activities for citizens.  He commented that they were moving forward with examining and evaluating other lands for purchase through the Public Lands Acquisition Advisory Council (PLAAC), and since 2005 they had purchased seven properties totaling over 1300 acres.

Ms. Hall stated that she met yesterday with some of the Environmental Services staff about the recycling program, which has been so successful that they were out of bins.  She added that they have gotten a lot of response from businesses that wanted to participate and that it was going extremely well.


Ms. Amye King, Deputy Director, Growth Management, commented that the last two goals were being addressed by almost every department.  She stated that Growth Management, Public Works, Community Services, and the MPO had all talked about the need to promote walkable communities and that over the last 20 to 30 years, transportation would be addressed by multi-modal systems including bicycles and pedestrians, as well as automobiles.  She reported that Community Services was currently working with Yalaha, Ferndale, Altoona, and Paisley on community-based interests, increasing communication, and planning coordination within the distinctive communities to preserve the small-town atmosphere, and would be working with other towns later.  She mentioned that Economic Growth and Redevelopment was working toward explaining the benefits of CRA’s (Community Redevelopment Areas), and currently they were talking to Mount Plymouth, Sorrento, Tavares, and Mount Dora.  She also mentioned that PLAAC was working to preserve open space around urban areas, and so far they had protected 1374 acres and had spent roughly over $2 million.  She noted that preservation of open space, protection of environmentally sensitive resources, protecting agriculture, clustering, protecting distinctive communities, working toward economic growth, and supporting pedestrian-friendly gathering areas were all part of the Comprehensive Plan.  She related that Public Safety was promoting fire-wise communities and that Environmental Services was making sure that mosquito control areas changed along with growth.   She reported that Public Works, Growth Management, and the MPO were working on differentiating between the rural and the urban levels of service to protect the smaller communities and making sure that urban design was well formed around the cities.  She stated that concurrency review started within the MPO effective January 1, and they have coordinated through Public Works and Growth Management to make sure that the schools and the MPO were getting the information they needed to implement concurrency and working out any glitches in the system.


Ms. King informed the Board that one specific objective that the LPA (Local Planning Agency) was working on in the new Comp Plan was an overlay gateway district for roads such as SR 50 in coordination with the cities along SR 50.  She also reported that the Lake County Arts and Cultural Alliance was promoting and focusing public art around public transportation, and they would like to get consensus from the Board as to where arts fell within their vision for the County.  She listed some ways they could promote art, including the By the Bench Program to purchase public art; purchasing only local art by policy for all of their buildings; and creating incentives for public art through policy and the Land Development Regulations by listing design criteria to make buildings more aesthetically pleasing, such as enhancement of landscaping, creation of water features, and use of sculpture.  She related that Community Services was using the SHIP Home Repair program to replace housing that was dilapidated and met certain criteria and allocating money for exterior improvements to enhance aesthetics.  She explained that Growth Management, Public Works, the City of Clermont, the Cooperative Extension Service, the Water Management District, the Water Authority, and the Landscaping Community had been working on creating a new landscaping ordinance, which would be coming to the Board on January 29 for a workshop discussion.  She stated that they continued to administer the acquisition of lands, including the criteria of looking to maintain scenic vistas.  She also mentioned that Code Enforcement, along with Community Services, were continuing to enforce code to make sure unsafe structures were removed or rehabilitated through the SHIP Program, removing illegal signage from the right of way, and doing informal sweeps that went through neighborhoods to make sure properties were meeting code guidelines.  She stated that Growth Management was also preparing design requirements and guidelines that would make the architectural standards for buildings more aesthetically pleasing for commercial buildings, which would be coming to the Board on January 29 for discussion.  She informed the Board that Facilities Development and Management were working with the designers and the architects to ensure that the County buildings were both aesthetically pleasing and worked well within the environment that they were built so they were consistent with the surrounding architectural design.  She pointed out that Public Works strived to make roadways more aesthetically pleasing through improved roadway shoulders, bike lanes, sidewalks, trails, landscape and design of medians for both safety and attractiveness, and round-a-bouts where traffic conditions were favorable.


Mr. Jim Bannon, Facilities Development and Management Director, gave some preliminary information on the potential cost of LEED Certification, and stated that after consulting with the construction managers, he learned that typically the cost of LEED was between two and ten percent of the cost of construction of the traditional building.  He commented that there were a lot of LEED components in their building as it was, and they thought the five percent range was what they potentially would be looking at if they went for LEED certification.  He also informed the Board that he did not think they could use the LEED certification for the Constitutional Officers Building, the CEP, or the Parking Garage, but that they might be able to go for LEED on the Judicial Center expansion if directed.

Commr. Cadwell pointed out that the Constitutional Officers Building was designed with some of the LEED standards in mind that were part of the checklist.

Mr. Bannon replied that it was close to it, but he did not think it was possible to achieve it.  He explained that part of the reason was that the construction manager was currently bidding that building without  LEED, and if they decided to go back to all of those subcontractors later on and tell them they wanted LEED, they would have lost leverage in getting good numbers from those subcontractors.

Commr. Hill commented that they had already done a demolition to the area, which was part of the LEED process.

Mr. Bannon stated that he would look into trying to achieve some other kind of green certification for the Constitutional Officers Building.  He also commented that there was still a major analysis that needed to be done to come up with a more accurate cost for the LEED certification.


Commr. Cadwell called for all the presenters to come back to the table for a discussion and related that the Board had some ideas of things they wanted to do as well as some comments which came out of some of the discussions they had in their 8:00 meeting that they wanted input on.  He asked Ms. Sharon Wall, Employee Services Director, about the auditions of employees that wanted to be facilitators of their training program.

Ms. Wall explained that they went to their employees who had participated in Toastmasters so they would not have to do a lot of training, since they were people who had already expressed the interest and were able to get up in front of a group and lead people. She added that about eight people auditioned for those positions.

Commr. Renick commented that water conservation was a big issue, which encompassed a lot of things and that intergovernmental cooperation was heating up with all the annexations, service areas, and looking at urban boundaries. She also stated that the comprehensive green program that was referred to by Environmental Services and organization of a green department was also a notable goal.

Commr. Stewart thought that working toward economic development was another important issue for the County.

Commr. Cadwell related that in their earlier meeting, the Board talked about tools to help them achieve their goals, and one of those was to take some development projects that may have had problems and analyze those as a group.  He also related that Commr. Renick brought up the idea of incentivizing or fast tracking green building, and the Board thought it was a good idea and something they wanted to strive for.

Ms. Dottie Keedy, Economic Growth and Redevelopment Director, stated that she had talked to the consultant about that.

Commr. Hill commented that she thought all those goals were very important, but her main focus was to have the budget process in the forefront, because after the 29th of January, they may or may not be affected, and they might have to look at prioritizing a lot of the things they have in those lists.  She opined that taxes, what was being paying out, and what services citizens received would be on a lot of people’s minds.  She also stated that the second focus would probably be EDC (Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission).

Commr. Renick suggested that they do the budget process differently this year by having different departments start to look at their budgets throughout the year.

Commr. Cadwell added that they could start budget workshops as soon as Ms. Hall’s group was at a point to start.

Ms. Hall responded that they could certainly build that in sooner in the process.  However, she noted that there was probably a limit to the threshold or date that it could be done by, because it took a while to compile it all, and they needed to work through the whole balancing of it.  She related that the budget came out in the middle of July, they had some workshops in August, and they could change that.  She also introduced the County’s new Budget Director, Mr. Doug Krueger.

Commr. Hill commented that last year was a strange budget year, because they had to wait to see what the legislature would do and then re-analyze it, which made it difficult.

Commr. Cadwell related that they would have to decide what was required by law for them to do and then what they felt was necessary.  He also stated that he wanted to know for discussion purposes later on the actual dollar figure for the juvenile justice cost that would be shifted to them.  He opined that it might force some consolidation of services that should have been consolidated a long time ago.  Also, he felt that they needed to share with staff the fact that they wanted to look at water conservation measures, especially regionally.  He noted that in order to move back the deadline of when they were going to run out of water, they had to do that as a region and thought it would be a great test to take to myregion.

Ms. Hall reported that they had an Employee Advisory Committee, which was an ongoing committee of about 15 people representing the different departments, which met once a month.  She mentioned that they had met yesterday and talked about customer service and that everyone was on board.

Commr. Hill informed the Board that the EDC had a scheduled yearly junket that was very focused on investors and leadership, which took place at another city or state to learn what other locations have done regarding economic development.  She specified that they had one scheduled for Montreal, Canada this August, and she felt that Ms. Keedy should go on that trip rather than herself, because she had the expertise to get more out of that trip and be able to bring things back.

Commr. Cadwell commented that he had been on a couple of those and that they were really focused, working trips.  He agreed that it would be good if they could send Ms. Keedy on that trip.

Ms. Keedy informed the Board that this year’s trip to Montreal was on film and digital media.

Commr. Hill commented that was something high tech that they were looking at.  She also suggested that she bring back what they did as far as land use and what they had to do with infrastructure to create that area.

Commr. Stewart commented that she was amazed at how productive those trips were, and she felt it would be very beneficial.

Commr. Cadwell stated that since they were so close to having the strategic plan done, he thought that they could negotiate a price with the EDC and define the role of the EDC as well as that of other groups such as the IDA (Industrial Development Authority) after the plan was done.

Ms. Keedy informed the Board that the consultant would give them a preliminary economic strategic plan document several weeks before the end of February to get their input and feedback before presenting the final document.

Ms. Hall asked for direction regarding the Florida Association of Counties’ advertisements about the amendment that was coming up on January 29 and whether to promote it or not.

Commr. Cadwell thought that the Commissioners should individually look at them and let Ms. Hall know at the meeting on Tuesday, January 22.  He commented that he had not seen the final product of that yet and would like to see it.

Ms. Hall informed the Board that she had two disks and would make sure those would get rotated around so that they could all look at it, and on Tuesday they could give Mr. Gregg Welstead, Deputy County Manager, direction since she will be out of town at that time.


There being no further business to be brought to the attention of the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 11:10 a.m.