LUMBERTON — The Robeson County Board of Commissioners will hold its second regular meeting of the month on Monday. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the commissioners’ room of the county administration building on North Elm Street.
According to the meeting agenda, business to come before the commissioners includes:
— A presentation by Gale Fernandez, executive director of Robeson County Community Development Corporation, concerning the state Foreclosure Prevention Fund.
— An update on the Teen Court partnership between Robeson County and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
— Recognition of Logan Cameron, a seventh-grade student at the Fairmont Middle School.
— Consideration of a request from the director of the county’s EMS to surplus two high-mileage Chevrolet diesel ambulances.
— Consideration of the appointment of Tammara Abernathy Jones to the county’s Board of Health.
— Approval for the distribution of community development funds.
— Consideration of a request from J.W. Lawson for a conditional-use permit to allow mining excavation of a six-acre tract in a Residential Agricultural District in Orrum.
— Consideration of John Firman Oxendine’s request for a conditional-use permit for the storage of commercial vehicles with a shelter on a 1.53-acre tract in a Residential Agricultural District in Union.