February 27, 2021

Heard County BOC meeting to be broadcast live online

(Franklin, GA) — The Heard County Board of Commissioners will hold their regular monthly meeting Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 6:30 PM in the Commission Chamber of The Heard County Administration Building located at 201 Park Avenue, Franklin, Georgia.

In keeping with the current CDC recommendations, the Heard County Board of Commissioners recommends that residents who wish to access the monthly meeting use the following procedure:

The Board of Commissioners will be live streaming their April 28th meeting to the public via YouTube.

Instructions on how to access this upcoming live stream are posted on the main website, www.heardcountyga.com.

The Board meeting will be viewable in its entirety on Tuesday, April 28 at 6:30 PM and will also host a question and answer (Q&A) session towards the end of the meeting.

A YouTube account is not required to view the stream. However, if a member of the public wishes to pose a question to the Board, a YouTube account will be required to post the question to the chat.

Instructions on how to create a YouTube Account and how to post to chat are posted on the main website, www.heardcountyga.com.

We thank you for your cooperation, patience and understanding during these unprecedented times.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to call the Commissioner’s Office at 706-675-3821; for emergencies please continue to call 911.


  1. Yes, use up all your data on the overpriced satellite internet because we have no choice.

  2. Put it on TV or radio, like the football games.

  3. James Perry says

    I look forward to tomorrow nights meeting. I will watch through the You Tube connection and am anxious to see how it works for us here in Heard County. With Covid I have learned to live in video and telephone conference meetings and I might add they have been very beneficial for us. Just like first responders, our government must operate to serve, provide and protect it’s citizens. I want to thank our commissioners for their work and getting this meeting set up to inform our citizens as they tackle business. We have to face the reality, this could be the new norm for a while. However, an outdoor open to the public meeting might not be a bad idea either.

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