Friday November 27th, 2015 5:09AM

Long list of appointments on GCC agenda

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - The Gainesville Mayor and City Council will consider a long list of appointments when they meet Tuesday.

This is the list on the agenda for the meeting which was released Friday:

A. Airport Advisory Committee
o Position currently held by Kelvin Simmons
o Position currently held by Jimmy Nivens
o Position currently held by Alvin (Lee) Kemp

B. Building Board of Appeals
o Position currently held by David Smith
o Position currently held by Larry Merritt

C. Chattahoochee Golf Course Advisory Committee
o Position currently held by Joe Turner
o Position currently held by A. J. Kiker
o Position currently held by Ed Pledger
o Position currently held by Phil Zoercher

D. Chicopee Woods Area Park Commission
o Position currently held by Emily (Sissy) Lawson

E. Gainesville Non-Profit Development Foundation
o Position previously held by Blondine Jackson

F. Gainesville Redevelopment Authority
o Position currently held by Doug Carter

The meeting will be held at 5:30 at the Public Safety Complex (Gainesville Justice Center) on Queen City Parkway.
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