Americans Month D. Health Department Grants E. Tax Refunds for Approval F. Report of 2017 Delinquent Tax G. Amend Parks Recreation Board Bylaws To Change Meeting Schedule H. Acceptance of Increased NC Museum of Natural Sciences Grant Award I. Authorization To Apply For LSTA EZ Grant J. Set Quasi-judicial Hearing For CUP 02-18 for March 5, 2018 K. Request to Schedule Public Hearing For March 5, 2018 To Consider Amendment to Daimler Agreement L. Permission to Hold 2018 Library Book Sale M. Schedule Public Hearing for March 5, 2018: Chapter 20 Amendments for NERWS N. Text Amendments to Chapter 5 of the Rowan County Code of Ordinances -
The Rowan County Nursing Home and Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee members are requesting funds to assist with The Rowan County Older American Month/ Resident Rights Luncheon. May is Older American Month and each year for the last 10 years we have celebrated the Residents in Long Term Care facilities. This includes Nursing Homes, Adult Care Homes and Family Care Homes. This is an opportunity to celebrate Resident Rights in long term care and partner with other senior services and agencies in the county. We have always relied on aging services and facilities to help defray the cost of the event, but their financial contributions are limited. The event includes a hot lunch, entertainment and each of the residents get to leave with a gift bag of items they can use when they return home to the facility. The event will be at the Salisbury Civic Center on Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 11:00-1:30. Any assistance Rowan County can give would be greatly appreciated. If you need more supporting documentation just let me know. If the county approves the donation we would need to know by April 1, 2018. If you have any more questions, please don t hesitate to call me at 704-779-8583 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Again, your help is greatly appreciated. Respectfully, Patricia Garner Cowan Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Jonathan Foundation Community Grant : We are applying for the Jonathan Foundation Grant and requesting 1,000 for flyers to market a community walk, educational materials and local community physical activity resources in our community, Rowan County water bottles to incentivize participation and daily water intake, and pedometers to motivate and increase daily physical activity. Foundation for a Healthy Carolina Grant: We are applying for the 2018 Foundation for a Healthy Carolina Grant and are requesting 10,000 to use to buy Narcan to include in Narcan Kits. We will be able to provide 80 doses of Narcan nasal spray for the Narcan kits with this grant funding. Narcan Kits will be provided free of charge to those with active addictions and to family and/or friends who are worried that their loved one may overdose on opioids and/or heroin.
walkers using pedometers completed about 2,000 more steps daily than walkers who did not use a pedometer and experienced a 27 increase in overall physical activity. The Rowan county adult obesity rates are ranked at 33 compared to North Carolina as a whole at 30 . Twenty-nine percent of Rowan County is considered inactive compared to the 24 in North Carolina. Introducing the socialization of walking in local parks can families, children, and the community a fun activity to interact together. By providing this community walk, we hope to educate on other physical activity resources around the
flyers to market the walk, educational materials and local community physical activity resources in our community, Rowan County water bottles to incentivize participation and daily water intake, and pedometers to motivate and increase daily physical activity Recommendation The Health Department respectfully recommends that the Rowan County Board of Commissioners support and approve this opportunity for the Rowan County Health Department to apply for the 2018 Jonathan Foundation Community Grant. See budget on the next page Budget Item Quantity Total Cost
Pedometers with RCHD logo 200 250.00 Water Bottles with RCHD logo 200 350.00 Total 1,000.00 To: Rowan County Board of Health From: Nina Oliver, Public Health Director Elizabeth Davis, Quality Improvement Specialist Megan Marrah, MPH Candidate, Intern
___________________________________ _______________________________ Signature of individual making request Notary Public (official seal) _______________________________ Date Notarized Return this form to: Dana Gillooly, Head of NC Science Museums Grant Program NC Museum of Natural Sciences 11 West Jones Street Raleigh, NC 27601 919-707-9963 PriceCA Typewritten Text Aaron Church PriceCA Typewritten Text PriceCA Typewritten Text PriceCA Typewritten Text 704-216-8180 PriceCA Typewritten Text Rowan County Manager PriceCA Typewritten Text PriceCA Typewritten Text PriceCA Typewritten Text 56-6000336 PriceCA Typewritten Text X PriceCA Typewritten Text PriceCA Typewritten Text July 1-June 30 Page 1 of 3 AMENDMENT 1 Grant Contract This Agreement amends the Grant Contract bearing the effective date of September 27, 2017 between the DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES ( AGENCY ) and the County of Rowan (of which the Rowan County Nature Center and Wildlife Adventures is a department thereof), a unit of local government (the Grantee ) (referred to collectively as the Parties ). The Grantee s federal tax identification number is 56-6000336.
Currently the citizens of the most populous townships in the western part of Rowan county Cleveland, Mt. Ulla, and Woodleaf must travel an average distance of between 10 and 12 miles to reach a Rowan Public Library location. Some citizens in the most remote western areas of the county would need to travel over 18 miles to access library services through the Rowan County Library System.
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Rowan Public Library will establish a computer lab at the West Branch, the library s newest location in the western part of Rowan County. The project will provide four work stations for adults, two Teen iMacs for our Young Adult population, and two Early Literacy Stations for children. With this project adults will be able to access online job searching perform research using these Adult computers. Teens will be able use to Apple iMacs for school research with computers they are familiar with through school. The Early Literacy Stations will provide access math, science, geography, reading, computer skills, and more through engaging content for our youngest users. -END- 2/13/2018
CUP-02-18 Request: James and Karen Bullard are requesting a conditional use permit to accommodate a 1,512 sq.ft. residential storage facility on Tax parcel 821 005. The proposed structure would be located on the parcel in which they plan to construct their house at a later date, and used to store personal items and equipment during the construction of their home. Suggested Action: Set quasi-judicial hearing for March 5, 2018.
Construction began on the logistics center in late 2017 and the capital investment estimate was changed to 26 million. Fifty employees were also called back as part of a revised Project D2. Daimler projects to have the facility and its other improvements completed by December 31st of this year.
(SRU) to have and exercise sole independent authority and responsibility for 10 System Operation as defined herein and to the extent outlined in said agreements, 11 contracts and resolutions. To that end, SRU shall have the sole independent 12 authority to appoint or otherwise employ and to supervise and direct the work of 13 the personnel to accomplish System Operation. 14
This ordinance is authorized by and undertaken pursuant to applicable law, 17 including by way of example, but not limited to, N.C. Gen. Stat. 153A-275, 18 160A-11, 160A-12, 160A-312 and 1987 Session Laws Ch. 205 1 at Charter 19 8.10. As such, the County contends the City of Salisbury Code of Ordinances and 20 policies that apply to the SRU System constitute adequate and reasonable rules for 21 SRU s operation of the Northeast Rowan Water System as authorized by N.C. 22 Gen. Stat. 160A-312(b). 23
Northeast Rowan Water System are subject to change. 6 Sec. 20-64 Water Extensions 7 (a) Any existing property owner with a residential dwelling and any 8 existing nonresidential property owner with a business establishment will 9 not be required to connect to the Northeast Rowan Water System, 10
Sec. 20-66 Definitions 17 Land Rights shall mean all present and future property rights, title, and 18 interests that are necessary or appropriate: for encroachment, location, 19 occupation, installation, operation, maintenance, replacement, or repair of 20 System Components in, upon, over, under, or through land and other property 21 wherever System Components are or will be located; or to satisfy SRU 22 standards and specifications for size, width, and ownership of property where 23 System Components are located, including without limitation a requirement of 24 a minimum width of thirty (30) feet where applicable. 25 Northeast Rowan Water System shall mean the portion of the Rowan Water 26 System located within the service boundary established by the City of 27 Salisbury and Rowan County Agreement for Operation of the Northeast 28 Rowan Water System, and any mutually adopted amendments thereto, 29 adopted May 2, 2017 and May 5, 2017 respectively. 30
maintenance, testing, repair, and regulation of the System, the submission of 38 operation-related reports as required by State and federal regulatory 39 authorities, the collection and distribution of charges, fees, and other revenues, 40 and the enforcement of the City of Salisbury Code of Ordinances and SRU 41
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