Coweta to consider impact fee changesBy SARAH FAY CAMPBELL
Proposed changes to Coweta's impact fee ordinance are on the agenda for Tuesday night's meeting of the Coweta County Board of Commissioners.
The meeting begins at 6 p.m. and is held in the county commission chambers on Perry Street.
Other items on the agenda include:
• A rezoning public hearing, and consideration of several variances, for a 0.9 acre tract at 232 Robinson Road, Newnan.
The property is zoned industrial, conditional for a hobby and welding shop. The applicants, Barry and Judy Cash/ Shadetree Equipment Repair, would like to amend the condition of zoning from hobby and welding shop to car, truck, and equipment repair.
The planning department is recommending denial.
• A bid award and contract execution for the "design-build" rehabilitation project of Parkway North, which runs off Bullsboro Drive and will eventually reach to the new Cancer Treatment Centers of America hospital.
The recommendation is for the contract to be awarded to Baldwin Paving Company for a total cost of $550,170. Of that, Coweta County's cost is $304,475, with the rest being paid by the city of Newnan.
• A presentation from the Coweta Commission on Veteran's Affairs.
• Setting a public hearing for minor changes to the county's quality development corridor ordinance. The proposed changes clear up definitions and do away with unnecessary language.
• A public hearing on the proposed exemption of certain county vehicles from state labeling and decal requirements. The proposed exemption is for vehicles used by the administrator's office and coroner's office.
• Approval of amended rules and regulations associated with the rental of various county facilities.
• Approval of various emergency plans, including the donated goods and volunteer services plan, points of distribution plan and community disaster awareness plans.