The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the county administration building in Canton. The board will also conduct a work session at 3 p.m. to review first quarter financials and hear the Marshal’s Office and Cherokee County E-911 annual report.
During the meeting, the board will consider the purchase agreement for 6.17 acres on Highway 20/Cumming Highway near Old Mill Road for the new library.
The county is set to purchase the property for $170,000.
The library is expected to cost around $5 million, $2 million in state funds and $3.1 million in Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax dollars.
The board will also consider accepting a bid from Ridgeline Homes, LLC for the sale of surplus parcels Lot 102 and Lot 118 in the Belmont Trace subdivision for $15,000.
The board will also consider an intergovernmental agreement with the city of Woodstock for road improvements along Ridgewalk Parkway in conjunction with the Horizon outlet mall project.
Other items on the agenda include:
* Consider approval of a change order with HDR for additional design and engineering services and compensation for the new parks at the Killian site and the Etowah River Park, a joint project with the city of Canton that will be funded by county parks bond revenue;
* A public hearing to solicit input on the county’s development regulations to address maintenance and performance guarantees;
* Consider accepting 0.52 miles of Holbrook Campground Road for county maintenance;
* Consider surplusing vehicles and equipment no longer meeting the needs of county departments;
n Consider accepting Millstone Parkway and Millstone Lane in the Millstone at Little River for county maintenance;
* Consider surplusing outdated computer equipment from the Cherokee County Elections and Voter Registration Office during Electronic Recycling Day on May 5; and
* Consider approval of a partnership agreement with Northside Hospital-Cherokee to pay $25,000 annually over five years for the Safe Kids Cherokee Program run by Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services.