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East Liberty planning meeting Thursday
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The Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission is hosting a community planning meeting for the Sunbury and east Liberty County (Ga.) area on Thursday at 6 p.m. Jan. 22 at the Dorchester Village Civic Center at 1804 Islands Highway. The session is one of 12 scheduled all over the county.
The purpose of the community planning meetings is to review recent development trends in the area and receive public input regarding future decision making about land use, zoning and transportation.  The information received from these meetings will be used to formulate the 2040 Liberty County Comprehensive Plan – A guide for the development of Liberty County and its communities during the next 25 years. The comprehensive plan will be used by city and county elected officials to make decisions on proposed land use developments, as well as transportation and infrastructure investments. The staff of the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission will present current land use maps and environmental constraints to aid in the development of the future land use maps.
For more information contact Planner Melissa Jones at the LCPC: mjones@thelcpc.org.

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timeontarget commented on Wednesday, Jan 21, 2015 at 11:11 AM

Mr Parker thank you for the heads up. How about reporting to us about the cost of the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission.

When was it created?

What has it achieved?

What has the LCPC cost the taxpayers to date?

Our elected officials need to be looking for positions that are non essential so that the property tax burden can be relieved.

timeontarget commented on Sunday, Jan 25, 2015 at 14:30 PM

Someone please tell me how much money the LCPC costs?

Where does the money come from?

Who is on a payroll?

What are their credentials?

What have they done to date to justify continuing to fund them?

Our governing County Commissioners are going to have to find some jobs which can be eliminated.

Property owners were inundated this past week with registered mail notices to advise that their property will be sold at public auction in about a month.

The current administration and the recent predecessors have set up a local government which is loaded with "non essential" positions at substantial cost and burden to all property owners.

We need help.

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