The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday will consider awarding the construction contract for the renovation of the Union Hill Community Center.
The meeting is at 6 p.m. at the county Administration Building in Canton, with a work session at 3 p.m.
The proposed contract is for $333,705 with Latimer Construction.
The center on A.J. Land Road, a popular place for various community classes, meetings and special events, was closed earlier this year because of termite damage.
The board also will consider the following agenda items:
* Announce that county government offices will be closed from Thursday through Dec. 27 and on Dec. 31;
* Thank Robby Westbrook from Cherokee Sheriff's Office Division of Emergency Management; Cherokee Sheriff's Office; Cherokee County E-911; Cherokee County Fire/EMS; and Cherokee County Roads and Bridges for the "very professional and timely response" to the inclement weather on Wednesday;
* Approval of a request by Michael and Brenda Raynor for less than one acre on Charles Cox Drive near Old Batesville Road in Hickory Flat to be rezoned from general commercial to R-40 single-family residential for an existing residence. The Cherokee County Planning Commission recommended approval;
* Approval of the adoption of standards for the construction and/or development of indoor and outdoor firing ranges
* Approval of revisions to the zoning districts, permitted uses table and related sections of the zoning ordinance;
* Approval of an exception to the zoning ordinance to allow boat storage along with recreational vehicle storage already allowed in general commercial- zoned property;
* Chairman Buzz Ahrens will propose an airport authority board appointment;
* Ahrens will talk about a revised ordinance regarding the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board;
* Commissioner Harry Johnston will talk about a park festival concept at East Park;
* Johnston and Commissioner Jim Hubbard will propose appointments to the Cemetery Preservation Committee;
* Commissioner Jason Nelms will propose appointments to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, Mark Goddard; Animal Control Advisory Board, Susan Rubin; Zoning Board of Appeals, Cynthia Castello; Planning Commission, Rick Whiteside; Impact Fee Appeals Board, Adam Dreyer; Construction Board of Appeals, Evert Hekman; Fire Code Appeals Board, Alan Thompson; and Cemetery Preservation Committee, Dave Audia;
* Approval of entering into contract with Renovo Data Inc. to provide secure off-site data storage for Cherokee E-911 telephone and radio recordings for one year at a cost of $6,100;
* Approval of a proposal from Ross Consulting Engineers PC for $12,300 for engineering, survey and permit assistance services for Gresham Mill Parkway improvements; system improvements and extension of existing water and sanitary sewer lines running along Gresham Mill Parkway (access to Aquatic Center);
* Approval of a one-year extension of Professional Services Agreement with Key Risk Management Services for Worker's Compensation-Third Party Claims Administration Services for a minimum annual fee of $54,000;
* Approval of a one-year extension of the Conference Center Management Agreement to include Jan. 1 through Dec. 31 2011, with no change in contract terms;
* Approval of a deed delineating the limits of inert material at the Cherokee County Soccer Complex site;
* Approval of budget amendment from Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency for Cherokee County Youth Basketball Program for $25,000 and payment to the county school board;
* Approval of amending the 2009 budget to ensure 2009 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report accurately represents results of operations for amendments/budget transfers that should have been previously submitted in the total amount of $1.24 million;
* Approval of awarding a contract for services to vendor to be presented during the meeting for the replacement of roofs at the Justice Center, Historic Courthouse & Tax Commissioner's Office funded by a Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant'
* Approval of submission of "Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice" to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and
* Approval of a request that the alcoholic beverage license of Thai Ginger Restaurant at 5399 Bells Ferry Road be suspended for 15 days followed by 12-month probation due to violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance. Any violations during the suspension or probationary period would result in revocation of alcohol license.
During the work session, the board will review agenda items, November financials, the status of appointments to board, committees and commissions; and the results of county attorney's research of county ordinances, signage, and current state laws dealing with weapons and firearms in response to resident Thomas Weaver's request. The board also will talk about an Association County Commissioners of Georgia legislative coordinator.