A resolution accepting sewer easements from Cherokee Investors, LLC was the first item on the list.
"This is for a line to be put in to alleviate a pump station at MLK," Water Superintendent Gene Camp said.
Payment for the line is to be generated from the water fund.
A second resolution authorized a contract with Tippins Contracting Company for water system improvements on SR 20. Camp explained that this project is in conjunction with improvements made by the road department. With new passing lanes added, the water department will be relocating and improving their line. The total project is set to cost $818,244 to be paid from the 2008 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax funds.
The third and final resolution signed by Brown authorized the issuance of Tax Anticipation Notes, also known as TANS. The notes would be on 2012 tax revenues.
County Administrator Steve Bradley said that the funds would be received to be used for cash flow purposes until the county's main source of revenue in property taxes is received at the end of the year. The $12 million in TANS funds would be paid back at the end of the year and are to provide immediate operating funds.