The commission will conduct a work session at 3 p.m., but will have its regular meeting at 6 p.m. at the county administration building.
County Commission Chairman Buzz Ahrens said the commission will “restate for the general public the process and the legal aspects that were subsequently validated by the (Cherokee County) Superior Court.”
The county created the Resource Recovery Development Authority in mid-2006 and originally approved $15 million in revenue bonds.
In June 2007, the authority approved a resolution supporting a bond rate for no more than $18.1 million in bonds.
The bonds were originally issued to fund the move of Ball Ground Recycling to its new site on Highway 5 just south of Ball Ground from land the county owned on Blalock Road where the private mulch company was then operating.
The county was notified last year by the Bank of New York that owner Jimmy Bobo had not made payments into the escrow account, and Cooper said the county was obligated to make the payments.
The county had to make $1.2 million in payments last year and still has to pay an additional $608,171.28 this year.
The county in February transfered $1.8 million out of Special Purpose Local Option Sales funds into the county’s general fund after Bobo failed to make payments owed on $18 million in bonds the county had guaranteed.
The county will also consider a rezoning request.
House 81 Eleven, LLC has petitioned the county to rezone 3.28 acres at 8111 Bells Ferry Road from agricultural to office/institutional to use the property for a professional office building.
The Cherokee County Planning Commission voted 7-1, with commission member Thais Escondo dissenting, to recommend approval.
The county commission will be notified that Chris Moore’s petition to rezone 7.3 acres at the intersection of Knox Bridge Highway/Highway 20 and Willie West Road from agricultural to general commercial will be withdrawn.
Moore planned to use the property for an RV/boat storage business, which the planning commission had unanimously recommended denial.
The commission will also consider an appeal by Dennis Ray of the denial of a precious metals dealer’s permit application for Goldhound, located at 2382 Marietta Highway.
Commissioners will consider approval of a cost-free agreement with GCI to do a video promoting Cherokee County, consider appointments to the Sequoyah Regional Library Board of Trustees, and recognize the Rotary Club of Canton for its upcoming 75th anniversary.