The Martin County Board on Tuesday took no action on Larry Moore’s request regarding Homestead Classification,on Doug Stockwell’s request regarding Homestead Classification and on Neal Meyer’s request for declaration of Martin County as a Constitutional County.

 The board approved: Temporary Easements and Quit Claim Deed related to use of County property related to the Lake Avenue Improvement Reconstruction Project,DeWar Electric Change Order for an increase in the amount of $55,422 to ensure a fully operational and new generator in connection with the Security Building Generator Replacement Project, a first of it’s kind property tax abatement for a parcel in the City of Sherburn, Shady Beach Estates, for a period of 10 years.

 Commissioners approved: proposed reductions in property tax penalties due to COVID-19 Related Hardships, authorizing acceptance of the 9-1-1 GIS Grant Award for Martin County in the amount of $25,400 ,approved and authorized the Martin County Auditor/Treasurer with the authority to rebate a portion of Liquor License fees (On-Sale) to those businesses that are issued a liquor license through the County for the months that the establishments are not able to be open per the Governor’s Executive Order.

 The board also approved revisions to the County Fee Schedule including: New Liquor License-Intoxicating Off-Sale fee in the amount of $400.00; and New Tax Abatement Application fee in the amount of $250.00 for single and multi-family housing abatement applications.