and do meet the material requirements. Mr. Kennedy stated the petitioner is not seeking any waivers at this time and
have presented four-sided design renderings of the modeled look.
Upon motion by Councilwoman Haney, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Simeon and carried unanimously 5-0, AR-10-17
was approved with no requested waivers.
4. Public Comments
Suzanne Coleman of 225 N. May Street, Southern Pines thanked Council for approving the lease agreement and discussed the success of First Eve event.
She also thanked Town Manager Parsons for the continued support of the Building Grounds department for responding immediately to their needs at the Depot and stated they are very proud of the success of the volunteers that have come out with their support of the Welcome to Southern Pines Center.
Dorothy Brower of 102 Eastman Road, Southern Pines thanked the persons responsible for donating the tree in front of Bostic Funeral Home. Ms. Brower
discussed upcoming MLK Holiday activities, including the visit of Mr. Atrayus Goode, President and CEO at Movement of Youth, Inc. from Durham who will discuss a black youth entrepreneur program. Ms. Brower thanked the Town for the speedy up-to-date notifications of delays, garbage pick-up, etc., during the snowstorm that was much unexpected. Ms. Brower discussed the speed of traffic on Pennsylvania Ave. and asked that the Town please do something regarding the safety of pedestrians on Pennsylvania Avenue and potential traffic calming lighting measures, etc. Ms. Brower expressed concern of someone being killed if something isn t done.
60-730-3300 Departmental Supplies: Increase Line Item by 35,000
Justification: Towards the end of FY 2016-17, due to development demand the division exhausted both meter stock and funds to purchase additional
meters creating delay in meter installations. As a result, in July 2017, FY 2017-18 funds were used purchase the necessary meters to cover the meters needed from the previous year thereby reducing the amount of funds available for FY 2017-18 meter purchases. In addition to new meter installation demand, the number of meter replacements due to renewing old services with paving projects has also rapidly exhausted this line item. These funds will allow for one additional order of meters and associated materials to meet demand through this budget year.
10-560-3300 Departmental Supplies: Increase Line Item by 24,500 (Bulk Rock salt - 16,570; Snowplow replacement - 8,000)
Justification: As a result of the recent winter weather events our snow treatment and removal operations have been unusually affected creating a
demand for more winter weather materials than typically budgeted for in a given fiscal year. The two storms to date have nearly exhausted our salt supply and the stress of the plowing operations on older equipment has necessitated the replacement of two snowplows. These funds will allow the Town to continue to protect our citizens and those traveling through the area by equipping the division with necessary salt and effective snowplows.
The petitioner, 71st Partners, LLC, is requesting voluntary contiguous annexation of seven (7) parcels totaling approximately 165.08 acres known as
The Carolina Golf Course Tracts. The subject properties are currently outside of Town of Southern Pines corporate limits. The subject properties are identified by the following: PIN: 858306288849 (PARID: 96000275); PIN: 858300477772 (PARID: 96000276); PIN: 858300399459 (PARID: 96000277); PIN: 858300592310 (PARID: 96000278); PIN: 858307793326 (PARID: 96000279); PIN: 858419508871 (PARID: 96000280); and PIN: 858419511440 (PARID: 96000281). Per the Moore County Tax records, the property owner is listed as 71st Partners, LLC. The parcels were conveyed by Charles M. Ivey, III, as Chapter 7 Trustee for the Carolina Golf Development Company, to 71st Partners, LLC by quitclaim deed dated February 10, 2017 and recorded on February 22, 2017 in Deed Book 4777 at Page 140.