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by Debbie Lurie-Smith
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4-H Cloverleaf District Project winner Jacob Livingston addressed the Board of Commissioners at the beginning of last week’s meeting.
4-H Cloverleaf District Project winner Jacob Livingston addressed the Board of Commissioners at the beginning of last week’s meeting.
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The regular meeting of the Jones County Board of Commissioners began on a positive note with the assistance of 4-H Cloverleaf District Project Achievement winners.

The 4-H’ers led the assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance and their leader, Brennan Jackson, who is also the pastor of Roundway Baptist Church, had the opening prayer.

Jackson then introduced project winner Jacob Livingston, who spoke about the 4-H program.

Planning and Zoning was the first item on the agenda, and County Administrator Mike Underwood asked commissioners to approve a moratorium to prohibit any permits from being issued after Jan. 1, 2014, that have any connection to the Macon/Bibb County consolidation. Zoning officer Tim Pitrowski had previously explained to board members that this involves the area of Jones County that was annexed by the City of Macon.

Code Enforcement Officer Tiffany Davis asked the commissioners about a previously approved new vehicle purchase. She said she wanted the board’s approval because of a price increase for the vehicle due to changes from the manufacturer.

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