The board will consider bids for a mass notification emergency alert system. The county received Emergency Management Agency grant funds, both state and federal, to pay for the system.
The commissioners are also scheduled to consider approval of an updated statewide mutual aid and assistance agreement, in which the county would agree to help other jurisdictions and others would agree to help Spalding County when the need arises and if they can provide assistance. It was through a version of this agreement that fire departments from as far away as McRae and Macon, as well as those from adjacent counties, were able to help Spalding County during the tornado recovery last year.
The county is also scheduled to consider the first reading of a noise abatement and control ordinance and to extend the 90-day moratorium on personal care homes. The board is also scheduled to consider policies and procedures regarding the Park at Sixth including allowing lawful possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages at the park for city- and county-sponsored events.