The Woodbine City Council voted to use Municode to update the city codes at a cost of $13,950. Camden County and the City of Kingsland have used Municode to update their codes, according to a report to the city council from City Clerk Lynn Courson. The process to update
the city’s codes should take Municode eight to nine months to complete.
In other city business –
The city of Woodbine voted to apply for a $5,000grant from the Home Depot Foundation’s Community Impact Grant Program for the Library Initiative to buy materials to repair the old fire station. The city is applying for the grant because the Library has not been a 501c for at least a year, which is one of the requirements of the grant. If the city receives the grant, it will be in the form of Home Depot gift card to purchase the materials for the project.
The Woodbine City Council tabled RV Park Zoning until they receive more information. Council member Dr. Rob Baird said, “We first need to define what will classify as a RV park before we move forward.”
Woodbine city council voted to add policy regarding the use of the city of Woodbine’s technology to the personnel policy manual.
Writer- Curtiss Quarrier – Camden Press
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