Bay County held a ribbon cutting Tuesday to commemorate the completion of the Scotts Ferry road paving project. The $1.1 million project was funded by the Florida Department of Transportation at $950,000 and Bay County matching funds comprised the remainder. The project paved two miles of roadway that connects Bay to Calhoun County. The paving will save Bay County taxpayers roughly $20,000 annually in maintenance costs.
McCall-Everitt Park closed during pipe repairs
Bay County's McCall-Everitt Park, located on the bay side of the Deer Point Reservoir at County Road 2321, will close Jan. 12 through March 12 as crews work to make permanent repairs to a 36-inch subaqueous potable water transmission line that parallels the Deer Point Dam. The park will be used during the repairs as a staging area for materials and equipment. The boat ramp inside the park will also be closed to the public. For more information, please call Bay County Parks and Recreation at (850) 784-4065.
PSCC to meet Feb. 9
The Public Safety Coordinating Council will meet at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 9 in Room 1030 of the Bay County Government Center, located at 840 W. 11th St., Panama City. The meeting is open to the public. The PSCC holds quarterly meetings to coordinate local criminal justice policy among affected criminal justice entities.
The PSCC serves as an advisory committee to the Bay County Board of County Commissioners to encourage the active participation of countywide leadership, to foster close collaboration in the development and operation of public safety operations and policies and to promote coordinated public safety operations and policies.