Ware County commissioners have a long list of items on the agenda for the monthly work session set for 2 p.m. Monday.
At the end of that meeting, the board will enter into executive session to discuss personnel, real estate and/or litigation.
The regular monthly meeting is set for 5 p.m. Monday.
The work session agenda includes guests who will address the commission, Chris Cardwell, 4153 Pinecrest Road, Charlie Summerlin, chairman, Brantley County Board of Commissioners, and Pamela Smith from New Beginnings Transitional Center.
Also on the agenda, the commission will consider:
•a request to re-appoint Jimmy Johnson to the Ware County Board of Assessors Post No. 1 (his current term expires Dec. 31); a request to approve the 2016 Indigent Defense Agreement for the Ware County Public Defender’s Office;
•a request to approve an “Employee Safety Incentive” ($100 for full-timers and $50 for part-timers) to be paid on Dec. 18; a request to appoint an ex-officio to the Okefenokee Regional Library Board for 2016; a request to review a draft lease agreement for 2855 Forest Road;
•a request to appoint Artelia Weatherspoon to the Ware Recreation Board to fill the expiring term of Alton Bennett (expires Dec. 31); a request to make appointment to the Waycross-Ware County Development Authority Board (WWDA) to fill an expiring term as of Dec. 31;
•a request to re-appoint Jeff Jones, Kristy King Foreman and Burton Carter to the Ware Board of Zoning and Appeals (terms of each expire Dec. 31); a request to approve the annexation of property into the City of Waycross for Brenda Gail Dees Rolison (doing business as) Dees Property;
•a request to approve a resolution regarding county issued purchasing/credit cards for all elected officials; a request to approve a resolution to “Support the Satilla River Water Trail” for Ware County;
•a request to purchase a side arm mower from Flint Construction and Forestry Co. not to exceed the amount of $126,582;
•a request to approve a bid and award a contract to TriStar of America in the amount of $268,000 for the courthouse re-development demolition project.
The work session and regular meeting are open to the public.