The caucus starts at 4 p.m. with the regular session set for 6 p.m. at the County Administration Building on Fourth Avenue.
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County Manager Kevin Poe is scheduled to bring the board up to speed about trouble-plagued property adjacent to the baseball stadium.
Northwest Georgia LLC was set to develop some of the land last year, but the project was stalled pending completion of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wetlands review. Questions about the countys obligation to pave a tract for stadium parking, and the rights retained by Donald and Kevin Evans when they sold the property in 2002, also remain.
The board also is slated to award several contracts, including three for recreation improvements funded through the 2006 special purpose, local option sales tax.
The Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority is recommending low-bidder Talbot Tennis to build two tennis courts at Etowah Park for $59,903. The SPLOST package contains $100,000 for the project.
Aqua Recreation was the sole bidder to replace the water slide at North Rome Swim Center. Richard Garland, executive director of the RFPRA, said his board recommended paying the company $214,000 to remove the old slide and install a new one most likely after the swimming season ends. Voters approved $530,000 in the SPLOST package for the slide, a playground, pavilions and other upgrades at the facility.
Garland also said a $134,180 contract for infrastructure work at Shannon Park will have to be boosted by $7,200 after Atlanta Commercial Contractors Inc. discovered the soil will not percolate for a conventional septic system.
A more expensive Drip-O-Meter system will be needed for restrooms at the facility, according to the Floyd County Board of Health.
The SPLOST package contains $927,000 for the project, which includes ball fields and a community center.
City and county officials will give residents a status update on all SPLOST projects at a presentation scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday at The Forum.
Also on Tuesday, the Commission will hold public hearings covering a proposed rezoning to allow a utility trailer sales company to continue operating at 3373 Alabama Highway and a plan to build 24 to 27 townhouses on a 2.4-acre tract at 307 Wilkerson Road. The Rome-Floyd County Planning Commission recommended approval of both applications at its June 7 meeting.