Commissioners Meet Monday
Bladen County Commissioners meet Monday
for a regular business session.
Commissioners are expected to review the
proposed schedule of values for the ongoing
reevaluation of property in the county.
State laws requires counties to go through
the process at least every eight years.
It can be done in a less number of years,
but many counties, including
Bladen continues on an 8 year cycle.
The new values go into effect January of
2015. Tax Administrator Chris Ellis will
meet with the Board to answer questions.
The Board will be ask to consider
approval of a new system involving GIS/911
and the Sheriff's Department. Capt.
Jeff Singletary and Alisha Evans are
expected to provide more info on the
Other issues included but
not limited to include:
Chairman Jimmie Smith as NCACC voting
delegate to annual meeting.
Public Hearing for Update Future Land Use
3) Approve use of
Courthouse Lawn for Cry Out America Event
4) Consider request from NCDOT regarding
disinterment, removal and reinterment of
graves on proposed right of way of the US
701 and NC 87 interchange
approval of a Shelter Memorandum of
Understanding with the Red Cross and Bladen
6) Make appointments to
various boards and commissions
Commissioners will be updated on The
Southeastern Partnership, Inc., the new
public/private economic development
partnership involving 14 counties in the
southeastern region of North Carolina.
The agency is located in Elizabethtown.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. Monday in
the Commissioners meeting room in the Bladen