LUMBERTON — Robeson County Board of Elections Chairman Joshua Malcolm, will discuss one-stop voting sites with the county commissioners when they meet Monday.
In addition to the Board of Elections building, there will be two additional one-stop voting sites for the May primary and the November General Election. These two sites are at the Pembroke Library and the Fairmont Fire Hall/ Senior Center.
According to an email from Dock Locklear, the elections board director, it will cost $16,500 per election to operate the one-stop sites. Nine individuals will train for one week and then work at the sites for 12 days from 8:15 a.m. to 5:15 p.m., plus one Saturday from 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m.
During their meeting Monday, the commissioners will also:
— Hear a presentation on the county’s audit for 2010-11. The presentation will be made by Wade Greene, with the firm of S. Preston Douglas and Associates.
— Discuss with Ken Windley, the executive director of COMtech, and a representative from the Hollingsworth Company, the option of 40 acres of land at COMtech Park, just outside of Pembroke.
— Hear from Jeanette Jordan-Huffam, director of Southeastern Regional Mental Health, about the proposed merger agreement between the local management entities of Southeastern Regional, The Beacon Center and Eastpointe. The merger is a part of statewide restructuring of the mental health system.
— Consider proposals for non-emergency ambulance services.
— Hear a presentation from David Powell, director of the Offenders Resource Center, about the Treatment for Effect Community Supervision Program.
The meeting will begin a 6 p.m. in the commissioners room at the county administration building on North Elm Street.
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