BOCC spurns city on PSJRA move; approves EDA contract

Published: Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 09:04 AM.

“My goal was to have defined deliverables,” Bryan said of the revised version, which replaces broad language on the role and responsibilities of the EDA with specific details on the tasks ahead.

“I want the EDA to understand what is required of them. I want it clear and definable.”

The original version also provided a set termination date which could be exercised for any reason, just cause or not, by the BOCC.

Bryan pushed language that would require the BOCC to notify the EDA of problems to allow the agency to correct them.

McLemore would have none of it.

“My goal is to follow that man (Novak),” he said. “We pay him to do this. I do not support your motion.”

McDaniel agreed with McLemore – with very little debate, the three commissioners other than Bryan sided with McLemore in approving the original EDA agreement – and said he wanted to see a budget and bylaws before releasing any money to the EDA.

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