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EDA Regularly Scheduled Meeting, Tue Oct 17

From Larry Walker, Chairman
Columbia-Adair County Economic Development Authority

The Columbia - Adair County Economic Development Authority (EDA) will hold a regularly scheduled meeting at 8amCT on Tuesday, October 17, 2023, at the Training and Development Center/Chamber Building at 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.

Meeting Agenda:

  • Presiding - Larry Walker, Chairman

  • Welcome, Call to Order, Determination of a Quorum, Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance

  • Approval of Minutes for September 19, 2023 meeting as presented - Doyle Lloyd, Secretary

  • Approval of Treasurer's financial report - Roger Meadows

  • Business
    1. Cemetery Move
    2. Build Ready Pad and Utilities Project Update
    3. KPDI Round 2 Updates
    4. KPDI Reimbursement Process
    5. South Side Lot Layout
    6. Update on Signage at Park
    7. TIF Process
    8. Shared Tourism Expenses
    9. CD Discussion
    10. Office/Conference Room Renovation Discussion

  • Other Business

  • Motion to Enter Executive Session
  • Executive Session per KRS 61.810(g). Discussions between a public agency and a representative of a business entity and discussions concerning a specific proposal, if open discussions would jeopardize the siting, retention, expansion, or upgrading of the business.

  • Return to Regular Session

  • Motion to Adjourn

  • Next regular meeting Tuesday, November 21, 2023 at 8:00 a.m. CT

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