Glynn County Commissioners are scheduled to meet Thursday to discuss two amendments to the county’s zoning ordinance and one to subdivision regulations.

Two of the amendments, if passed, would codify the Islands Planning Commission’s public hearing policy into the ordinance and regulations. IPC members recommended 4-2 the county commission approve it, while Mainland Planning Commissioners recommended denial 5-0. The amendments would not affect the MPC.

The second zoning amendment would remove the requirement for an approved site plan when applying for a building plan in some situations.

Commissioners will also discuss amending the county’s budget to include an additional $2 million in revenue and include unbudgeted overtime in the Glynn County Sheriff’s Office and emergency medical services department.

A special called meeting will be held at 5 p.m. before the regular meeting give employee service awards to more than 100 county employees.

The county commission’s regular meeting will be held at 6 p.m. in the Old Glynn County Courthouse, 701 G St. In Brunswick.

— The Brunswick News

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