Valdosta > Lowndes County Commission Approves New Speed Zone Ordinance and More

| March 25, 2015

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VALDOSTA — The Lowndes County Commission approved a new speed zone ordinance at the city council meeting last night.

The ordinance will be applied to State Route 38 near Old Quitman Highway, and the original speed limit of 65 will be changed to 60 miles per hour.

During the meeting, the commission also approved a liquor license for Mitt’s Food Mart No. 2 on 2490 U.S. Highway 84 West. The food mart plans to open a package store at their location.

Lovell Engineering received approval for Exit 22 and 29 utility relocations and for a budget of $38,638.56 in engineering services.

Mobile Emergency Operations Center was approved to apply for a $60,000 grant from the Georgia Emergency Medical Agency/Office of Homeland Security for on-scene emergency correspondence.

Lowndes County Fire Rescue was given approval for the county to enter into an Automatic Aid Agreement with Lake Park, allowing them to cover the property along Enoch Lake Road and Enoch Lake Circle.

The Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office was granted approval to provide statistical support and personnel to The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.

Lastly, the commission accepted a contract of $61,091 with Siemens Industry to provide an HVAC Technician to perform inspections and services to county buildings.

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