I attended the March 31, 2022 Camden County Commission meeting at 10:00 a.m.
All commissioners were present.
There were only a few people present at the meeting besides the usual Camden County employees.
The first agenda item was a vote to apply for Agri-Ready status for Camden County.
Jim Sherell spoke in public comment and told the Commission that Missouri Farmers Care was ready to start producing videos advertising Camden County as an Agri-Ready county.
The Commission voted unanimously to apply for Agri-Ready status.
The next agenda item was to remove CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations) language from the land use codes.
Kim Willey, the Planning and Zoning Administrator said the CAFO language was on Page 83 of the Unified Land Use Code (ULUC).
The Commission voted unanimously to remove the section of the ULUC that references the CAFO ordinances they repealed at a previous meeting.
Before the meeting ended, Commissioner Gohagan mentioned that there will be a joint meeting of the Miller, Morgan, and Camden County Commissions in the future to discuss the planned casino construction in Lake Ozark.
And that was that.