(11/04/2001)
The Calhoun Commission will process an agreement to set conditions for the construction of cellular phone towers in the county, during Monday evenings meeting which starts at 5 p.m.

The mandated realignment of Calhoun's voting districts will be on the agenda, where Washington District voters must be shifted to Lee District, or another district to achieve equalization. Washington District's voting population has increased, causing the need for adjustment.

Randy Burgess, Director of Calhoun EMS, is on the agenda to discuss issues related to the operation of the county ambulance service. Sherri Sampson is being recommended for approval to be the Assistant Director of the Office of Emergency Services.

The Commission is expected to approve two proclamations, one designating Friday, November 9 as "Bernard Pius Bell Day," the Calhoun County Medal of Honor recipient from World War II and "America Recycles Day."

A resolution regarding the upgrading or development of U.S. Route 33 is on the agenda. The Commission will review the courthouse security grant which was used to install three video cameras at courthouse entrances and other security devices.

The Commission will discuss the courthouse employee's Thanksgiving Dinner.

Routine business is on the agenda.

Commission meetings are open to the public. The public is encouraged to attend.


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