BOCC considers revisions to agenda

Published: Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 09:35 AM.

At the suggestion of her fellow commissioners, Bryan was asked to work with county attorney Jeremy Novak and county administrator Don Butler on a process and guidelines to bring more clarity and transparency to the county agenda.

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Butler said he would continue discussions with the landowner of the Indian Pass Campground concerning a land swap with the county by which the county would relocate its boat ramp to the lagoon side.

Erosion is an issue on either side of the current Indian Pass Boat Ramp almost since its construction and as the problem has increased, the county has seen parking and amenities around the boat ramp decrease.

 Butler said GIS would work on a suitable location for the boat ramp on the lagoon side and said the owners of the campground were open to discussions.

A move to the lagoon side would also open up more parking around the boat ramp. The Friends of St. Vincent Island already maintain a launch in the general area.

“It’s a problem at certain times and certain tides,” Yeager said. “I think it would be a win-win for the county and the landowners.”

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