County League of Cities, Inc.
June 1, 2009
Craig Barker called the meeting to order at 12:10 p.m. at Two Trees Restaurant
Barker (President) - Destin
Chubb (Secretary/Treasurer) - Cinco Bayou
Baugh - Crestview
Rynearson - Fort Walton Beach
Henkel - Niceville
Combs - Shalimar
Bruce McClintock - Eglin AFB
Phillips - City of Rockledge
Harris - Okaloosa County
Smith - Shalimar
March 2, 2009 -
Mayor Combs moved to approve the minutes of the March 2, 2009 Executive
Board Meeting. The motion was
seconded by Councilman Baugh and passed unanimously.
REPORT: The Balance is
$3009.87 after paying $99.99 for the March Meeting Lunch.
Mayor Combs moved to approve the Treasurer’s Report.
The motion was seconded by Councilman Baugh and passed unanimously.
Valparaiso Request (letter attached) – The letter that Mayor Barker
read at the dinner meeting was discussed by the Board.
Mayor Combs moved to withdraw
the resolution that was approved at the
2nd VP for FLOC
Candidate - Georgia Phillips (Councilwoman, City of Rockledge)
- Ms. Phillips spoke to the board and handed out information pamphlets.
2009-2010 Web Contract (contract and invoice attached) - Councilman
Baugh moved to renew the Web Contract with Tina Smith.
The motion was seconded by Mayor Combs and passed unanimously.
September Meeting date (Labor Day) - The next meeting falls on Labor Day and Two Trees already
has a standing reservation for the 2nd Monday of each month.
Mayor Combs offered to host the next meeting.
Tina Smith will check the Shalimar reservation calendar and, if
necessary, call Cinco Bayou to use their conference room.
The date for the September meeting will be e-mailed to everyone.
July 21, 2009 - OCLOC Dinner hosted by Fort Walton Beach - The dinner will be
held at Two Trees Restaurant. The
invitations will go out this month.
September 7, 2009 - OCLOC lunch meeting
ANNOUNCEMENTS/REPORTS FROM CITIES:
Held first public town hall meeting for underground utilities and will
probably go out for bids soon.
Looking forward to the Joint Strike Fighter moving to the area as well as
the 7th Special Forces move to the southern border of the city.
Florida A&M is looking at a building in the city as a future site for
- There are 2 new schools opening on the south side of the city.
– Destin’s report is attached.
AFB – General Davis has taken
command of the
Hurlburt Field – No one from Hurlburt was present.
Laurel Hill – No one from Laurel Hill was present.
Mary Esther – No one from Mary Esther was present.
There have been reports made that the lanes at the intersection of Hwys.
85 and 20 are too confusing
There will be some property clearing on
- The city is anticipating more families moving into the area because of the F-35 and 7th Special Forces
– Shalimar had nothing to report.
– No one from Valparaiso was present.
– Mayor Combs moved to adjourn the meeting at
motion was seconded by Councilman Henkel and passed unanimously.
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