September 16, 2021 Camden County Commission meeting at 10:00 a.m.

Sorry for the delay on this one but I was getting everything ready for the bi-annual Four Seasons Yard Sale weekend. More on how that went in a day or two.

All commissioners were present. The following is a summary of the meeting.

There were a few people present in the audience who I assumed were there for the one Planning and Zoning item.

First agenda item was a Certified Copy of Order. The Auditor brought up a court order for the commissioners to sign. This was related to the budget amendments from Tuesday’s meeting. The Camden County Budget has five major county funds. Whenever money is going to be transferred from an item in one fund to an item in another fund, the commissioners have to sign an order to authorize it. It’s called a court order because the commissioners used to be judges.

The second agenda item was for a Prosecuting Attorney’s Proclamation. Presiding Commissioner Hasty read the proclamation which was in honor of former Prosecuting Attorney Jim Icenogle. He was the Prosecuting Attorney of Camden County until his death in 2008. It described his achievements and it ended with naming the Prosecuting Attorney’s Suite after him.

https://www.atkinsonfuneralhome.com/obituary/945165

This proclamation was approved unanimously.

The final agenda item was a Planning and Zoning item. PZ-21-0114 Gantner Ramp Road, Osage Beach Rezone from R-2 to B-2. The agenda called it Gunter Ramp but I’m pretty sure this is the property. The owner is trying to sell the parcel and part of the transaction is that the property has to be rezoned to B-2. It’s 23.6 acres and intended for RV park development. The property has a boat ramp and is off KK.

Gantner Ramp Road

There was only one person who spoke against the rezone and he really seemed to just want to address the fact that road access to some houses in the area had been closed on the property. Inquiries by the Commission revealed that the road access had been closed for approximately twenty years so the commission advised him to contact the new owner after the sale to see if they will open access.

The rezone was approved unanimously.

And that was that.

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