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COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

ROWAN COUNTY COMMISSION AGENDA February 19, 2018 - 6:00 PM J. Newton Cohen, Sr. Room

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Newton Cohen, Sr. Rowan County Administration Building 130 West Innes Street, Salisbury, NC 28144

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Call to Order

Invocation Provided By: Chaplain Michael Taylor

Pledge of Allegiance

Consider Additions to the Agenda Consider Deletions From the Agenda Consider Approval of the Agenda Board members are asked to voluntarily inform the Board if any matter on the agenda might present a conflict of interest or might require the member to be excused from voting. Consider Approval of the Minutes: February 5, 2018
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Consider Approval of Consent Agenda

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4-H Shooting Sports Program NRA Grant B. Support For Rowan County Opioid Forum C. Funding Request from Centralina Council of Governments For Older

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 -

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Animals O. Request For Qualifications - Engineer For Roadway Project P. State Employees Credit Union ATM Lease At Health Department

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Public Comment Period

3 Public Hearing: Z 01-18 Cashe Properties, LLC 4 Presentation of FY 2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 5 Presentation By The Growing Rowan Marketing Team 6 Discussion Regarding Rural Internet Deadspots
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Adjournment

Citizens with disabilities requiring special needs to access the services or public meetings of Rowan County Government should contact the County Manager's Office three days prior to the meeting by calling (704) 216-8180.

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: DATE: SUBJECT: Provided By: Chaplain Michael Taylor

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Carolyn Barger, Clerk to the Board DATE: February 14, 2018 SUBJECT: Consider Approval of the Minutes: February 5, 2018

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type February 5, 2018 Minutes 2/14/2018 Cover Memo

ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Amy-Lynn Albertson DATE: 01-31-2018 SUBJECT: 4-H Shooting Sports Program NRA Grant The Rowan County 4-H program has been awarded a grant from the NRA Foundation Board of Trustees. The grant award is for 800.00 to be used for the purchase of a gun safe for the Rowan County 4-H Shooting Sports Program. In addition the award includes 25 cases of 22 Rifle ammunition (500 count). We are requesting the Rowan County Board of Commissioners approve us to accept this award.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Award Letter from NRA Foundation 2/9/2018 Cover Memo

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Nina Oliver, Health Director DATE: February 12, 2018 SUBJECT: Support For Rowan County Opioid Forum
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Request for Support 2/12/2018 Cover Memo

ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: County Manager Aaron Church DATE: February 12, 2018 SUBJECT: Funding Request from Centralina Council of Governments For Older Americans Month
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Funding Request From Centralina Council of Governments 2/12/2018 Cover Memo

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9815 David Taylor Drive

Charlotte, North Carolina 28262 Phone: 704-372-2416 Fax: 704-347-4710 www.centralina.org Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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Mr. Aaron Church Rowan Co. County Manager 130 West Innes Street Salisbury, NC 28144 Rowan County Manager

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RE: Request for 1000.00 donation for Rowan County Older American Month/Resident Rights Luncheon

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Hello Mr. Church,

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 pcowan@centralina.org. Again, your help is greatly appreciated. Respectfully, Patricia Garner Cowan Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman

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Centralina Council of Governments 9815 David Taylor Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina 28262

Phone: 704-372-2416 Fax: 704-347-4710, www.centralina.org Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Nina Oliver, Public Health Director DATE: 2-2-2018 SUBJECT: Health Department Grants

The Health Department is applying for the following three (3) grants:
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DTA Foundation Grant Program - Oral Health Grant: We are requesting 25,000 to use to provide dental care to prenatal patients, print oral health educational material for prenatal patients, and buy dental supplies specifically for adults. We estimate that we will be able to provide between 32 and 63 pregnant women with dental services depending on the extensiveness of dental care needed with this grant funding.

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.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type DTA Foundation Grant Program - Oral Health Grant 2/2/2018 Cover Memo

Jonathan Foundation Community Grant 2/2/2018 Cover Memo Healthy Carolina Grant 2/2/2018 Cover Memo To: Rowan County Board of Commissioners From: Nina Oliver, Public Health Director Elizabeth Davis, Quality Improvement Specialist Date: February 2, 2018 Re: DTA Foundation Grant Program - Oral Health Grant Situation Rowan County Health Department s Smile Center is one of two pediatric dental clinics in Rowan County. We provide compassionate and quality dental care to children 17 and under and pregnant women. We help families take steps to prevent their children from suffering future dental problems. The Smile Clinic is the main safety-net provider for the county. We continually provide valuable care for populations that are on Medicaid, low-income, uninsured, and vulnerable. Background Rowan County Health Department s (RCHD) Smile Center is applying for a grant to help us provide important dental services such as oral health education, treatment, and preventive services to pregnant women. There is currently only one other dental office in Rowan County that accepts new patients who are pregnant. RCHD believes this population, women who are pregnant, is an important population to address because of the link between good oral health and healthy pregnancies. The many changes that occur in a pregnant woman s body can affect her oral health. Bacteria and diseases can arise in the mouth due to a lack of oral health. Diseases from the bacteria can reach the fetus and contribute to negative pregnancy outcomes. A study from the Journal of Dental Education estimated that more than 18 of pre-term, low- birthrate births were a result of oral infections. By providing dental care to women who are pregnant, the Smile Center would increase the number of Rowan County women who receive prenatal dental care and improve the outcomes of births in the county. We will also become the dental home for our prenatal patient s infants.
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Assessment RCHD is applying for the 2018 DTA Foundation Grant Program from the Dental Trade Alliance Foundation. We are requesting 25,000 to use to provide dental care to prenatal patient, print oral health educational material for prenatal patients, and buy dental supplies specifically for adults. We estimate that we will be able to provide between 32 and 63 pregnant women with dental services depending on the extensiveness of dental care needed with this grant funding.

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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 DTA Foundation Grant Program.

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2018 DTA Foundation Grant Program Budget

Item Cost
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Prenatal Dental Care 14,000.00

Prenatal Oral Health Education 10,000.00

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Adult Medical Supplies 1,000.00

To: Rowan County Board of Commissioners

From: Nina Oliver, Public Health Director

Megan Marrah, Intern, MPH-PAPH candidate
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Date: February 1, 2018

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Re: Jonathan Foundation Community Grant

Situation The first full week on April is National Public Health Week. This week brings attention to the

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contributions public health has made in our community. In celebration, the Rowan County Health

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Department will host a community walk at Granite Lake Park to educate and motivate our community to

be more physically active as obesity plays a major role in chronic diseases. We are using this opportunity to promote physical activity and to provide more education on other resources that can be used to stay active within our community. Background The Rowan County Health Department is applying for a grant to help support the Public Health Week Community Walk at Granite Lake Park. This grant will provide us with the necessary educational
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materials, hand-out items to promote the walk, and provide Rowan County Health Department water

bottles and pedometers for those who participate. Handing out water bottles will act as an incentive to
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participate in the walk and also promote the importance of increasing daily water intake as physical

activity increases. The pedometers will be used as a motivational tool to promote physical activity and

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help people to continue with their own walking program. The Journal Medical Association found that

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

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community to decrease rates of obesity related diseases in Rowan County.

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RCHD is applying for the 2018 Jonathan Foundation Grant (due February 21st) and requesting 1,000 for

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

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Physical Activity Education Materials - Brochure Printing 250 200.00

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Promotional Materials and Physical Activity Resources - Printing 250 200.00

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

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Date: February 13, 2018 Re: Narcan Grant

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Situation Like the state and the nation, Rowan County is struggling with the opioid epidemic, where people overdose on heroine and pain medication. The rate of unintentional overdose deaths between 2012 -2016 is 20.5. The North Carolina rate of unintentional overdose deaths in North Carolina between the same time period is 12.2 according to the North Carolina Injury and Violence Prevention Branch. One of the ways the health department is addressing the opioid issues is by providing Narcan kits to active users and family and friends who have a concern that a loved one may overdose.

Background Each Narcan kit contains the following: a description of what is Narcan/Naloxone and information on how to properly store it; a CPR Barrier Shield; a single pair of surgical gloves; a

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copy of the North Carolina Good Samaritan Law; a Quick Start Guide on how to use Narcan

Nasal Spray (both in English and Spanish); a Quick Start Guide of how to use Evzio

Intramuscular Injection; a Daymark Recovery Services brochure; a 24-Hour Access/Crisis Line
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brochure from Cardinal Innovations Healthcare; and an After an Emotional Crisis Brochure from

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Cardinal Innovations Healthcare

Narcan is a drug that acts immediately to reverse an opioid overdose. Currently the health department has Narcan to give out at no cost. However, this supply will run out soon.

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Assessment RCHD is applying for the 2018 Foundation for a Healthy Carolina- Spring Grant Program (due March 9th). We are requesting 10,000 to use to buy the drug Narcan to include in the Narcan Kits. We will be able to provide 80 doses of Narcan nasal spray for the Narcan kits with this grant funding.

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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 2018 Foundation for a Healthy Carolina- Spring Grant Program.

Budget

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2018 Foundation for a Healthy Carolina- Spring Grant Program Budget

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Item Item Cost Number of Items Total Cost

Narcan Nasal Spray 132.00 80 10,000

ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Casey Robinson, Tax Collection Specialist DATE: 02/05/2018 SUBJECT: Tax Refunds for Approval
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type December 2017 VTS Refunds 2/5/2018 Cover Memo January 2018 Tax Refunds 2/5/2018 Cover Memo

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Tonya Parnell, Tax Collections Manager DATE: 02/06/2018 SUBJECT: Report of 2017 Delinquent Tax
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Report of 2017 Delinquent Tax 2/6/2018 Cover Memo

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Don Bringle, Parks and Facilities Management Director DATE: 2/7/2018 SUBJECT: Amend Parks Recreation Board Bylaws To Change Meeting Schedule

Rowan County Parks Recreation Commission would like to request that monthly meetings of the Parks Board be changed to bi-monthly, or, as needed.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Park Board Meetings 2/7/2018 Cover Memo

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Cari Price for the Rowan County Nature Center and Wildlife Adventures DATE: 02/08/18 SUBJECT: Acceptance of Increased NC Museum of Natural Sciences Grant Award

The NC Museum of Natural Sciences has awarded the Nature Center and Wildlife Adventures 42,038.81 for Part-Time Staff Education, Animal Exhibit Improvements and Expansion, and Educational Space Expansion. The awarded amount is 715.84 more than our original proposal of 41,322.97.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Request For Payment of Appropriations Form 2/8/2018 Cover Memo

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Amendment of Grant Contract With Budget 2/8/2018 Cover Memo

RREQUEST FOR PAYMENT OF APPROPRIATION(S) FROM NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL FUND North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Grants to Non-State Entities
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Bob Pendergrass Rowan County Nature Center and Wildlife Adventures 130 West Innes Street Salisbury, NC 28144

Attn: Cari Price 2017-18 Allocation: 715.84
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Purpose: Appropriation to support programmatic and general operating expenses. Award amounts of less than 100,000 shall be made in one payment.

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Part A. TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL RECIPIENTS

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Contact s Name:

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Contact s Telephone:

3. Contact s Position in Organization:

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Federal Identification Number:

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Kind of Organization: Corporation ____ Trust ____ Partnership ____ Government ____

Unincorporated Association _____ Other _____

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Match Required (Circle One): Yes/No On a _____ to _____ basis.

7. Fiscal Year of Non-State Entity (e.g. year ending June 30, December 31, other) _______________ ================================================================================

Part B. TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL RECIPIENTS. FORM MUST BE NOTARIZED

___________________________________ _______________________________ 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.

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As provided for under the terms of this Agreement, the Parties agree to amend the following provisions of the Grant Contract:

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FIRST: The existing Line Item Budget and Budget Narrative, Attachment B, shall be deleted and replaced with the attached.

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SECOND: The existing provision 3 of the General Terms and Conditions shall be deleted and replaced in its entirety with the following:

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Agency Duties: Grants shall be paid at the direction of the Director of State Budget. The total amount paid by the Agency to the Grantee under this Contract is 42,038.81. Contracts of 100,000 or more to or for the use of the Grantee shall be made in quarterly or monthly payments, in the discretion of the Director of the Budget. Contracts of less than 100,000 may be made in one single payment. The Agency may provide monitoring and oversight through a combination of periodic e-mails, calls, visits, and review of reports, invoices and deliverables.

All other terms and conditions as set forth in the original Grant Contract shall remain in effect for the duration of this Agreement. [SIGNATURE PAGE TO FOLLOW] Page 2 of 3 In Witness whereof, the Grantee and the Agency have executed this Amendment in duplicate originals, with one original being retained by each Party.
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County of Rowan

Signature of Authorizing Official Date

Printed Name Title [CORPORATE SEAL] (optional) North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources

D.
Reid Wilson, Chief Deputy Secretary Date

Page 3 of 3 Attachment B Line Item Budget and Narrative

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Jeffery A Hall, Library Director DATE: 2/9/18 SUBJECT: Authorization To Apply For LSTA EZ Grant

The deadline to apply for this grant is February 28th. The funds from this grant will be used towards the West Branch Library project, specifically to purchase computer lab equipment.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type 2018 Library EZ Grant 2/13/2018 Cover Memo

Rowan Public Library West Branch PC Lab Grant
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2018-2019 LSTA EZ Grant Application Rowan Public Library

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LIBRARY USERS AND NEED

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Who are the current or potential library users this project will benefit?

The potential library users of these computers are the citizens of Rowan County who reside in the western part of the county and who are not currently served by a local library.

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State the need and describe how the need was determined.

Currently no Rowan Public Library location serves the western part of Rowan County. 2. PROJECT TITLE West Branch PC Lab Grant

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

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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We currently have 4,500 library card holders in our system from the three most populous zip codes in the western part of Rowan County. There is a total population in this area of 10,479. Compare that to the population in our South Regional Library location zip code, where we have 11,500 card holders out of a population of 13,700.

For many of these users in the western part of the county, library systems in neighboring counties are closer then branches in Rowan County. Computer access at a local branch would cut the average distance western county residents must travel in half, to 5 or 6 miles. Providing desktop computers at this branch would allow these library users to access eresources from NC LIVE, NC Digital Library and NC KIDS; eresources the library purchases such as Gale Courses and Tumblebooks; and genealogy eresources including Fold3, African-American Heritage and Ancestry. Users would also be able to search for jobs and pursue their personal and educational goals, develop their talents, and enrich their lives. Providing computer access to the public is one of the most popular activities the library provides for our customers. Over the past three years public computer use as grown from 80,993 in FY2013-14 to 82,663 in FY2016-17 at Rowan Public Library. Rowan Public Library West Branch PC Lab Grant
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While tablets or laptops can be a nice addition, we feel that desktop computers will provide the best user experience through a widescreen monitor, a full size keyboard and mouse.

The project will be successful through the internet and computer access it will provide for the citizens who will patronize our West branch library. We propose to install 4 Dell Optiplex 3050 desktop computers with a 21.5 widescreen monitor, with the software such as Microsoft Office for productivity and the latest web browsers for online access. Installing two 21.5 IMAC computers will give our Teen customers their own computers to access software for completing school work and entertainment.
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Two AWE Early Literacy stations will provide educational games to our youngest users. Our AWE computers are very popular with our youngest customers. In 2017 we had over 7,000 sessions logged on our AWE computers.

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PROJECT PARTNERS N/A

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PROJECT TIMELINE

8/1/18 Hardware ordered 9/1/18 11/1/18 Configure and set-up hardware 11/1/18 12/1/18 Testing 12/1/18 Equipment moved into location

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1/15/19 Equipment Installed Library opens

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EVALUATION

The library will evaluate this project by keeping statistics on when and how often the computers are used. We will do this through our PC Scheduling software from Envisionware.

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BUDGET TABLE

Budget Category see descriptions above Quantity of Items Cost per Item Matching Funds LSTA Funds A Salaries/Wages/Benefits Use separate row(s) for each staff person 0

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Consultant Fees

Use separate row(s) for each consultant 0 C Travel, library staff only Rowan Public Library West Branch PC Lab Grant

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Use separate row(s) for each staff person 0

D Supplies/Materials
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Dell Computer 4 510 408 1632

Wine3perDVC ALNG UpgradeSAPk MVL Pltfrm 4 86 69 292 OfficeStd ALNG LicSAPK MVL Pltfrm 4 277 222 831 CoreCAL ALNG LicSAPk MVL Pltfrm UsrCAL 4 148 118 444 WinRmtDsktpSvncsCAL ALNG LicSAPk MVL DvcCAL 4 75 60 225 ExchgEntCAL ALNG LicSAPK MVL UsrCAL wSrvcs 4 47 38 141

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Apple Imac 2 1045 418 1568

AWE Early Literacy Station 2 2950 1180 1050

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Equipment that exceeds 5,000 per item

List multiples of the same type on one row; use separate row(s) for each different type. F Services Use separate row(s) for each service provider 0 G Subtotal 2512 10050
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Indirect Costs (IDC): applicants must choose one, IDC may only be charged against LSTA Funds.

The library chooses not to include Indirect Costs. The library chooses a rate not to exceed 10 of modified total Direct Costs AND declares it is eligible for the 10 rate. The library has a rate of _____ that has been negotiated with a federal agency.

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Total LSTA Funds Requested Round up to nearest dollar; use this total to enter in Online Signature Page.

10050

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MATCHING FUNDS Matching funds will come from the library s budget

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SUSTAINABILITY

Equipment will be upgraded and replaced with newer models in line with the county s equipment replacement lifecycle. Rowan Public Library West Branch PC Lab Grant

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10. ABSTRACT

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

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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Aaron Poplin, Planner DATE: 2/9/2018 SUBJECT: Set Quasi-judicial Hearing For CUP 02-18 for March 5, 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.

Tagged Passions:taxes, commercial, hearing, property, Taxes, equipment, construction, and facility

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Report 2/9/2018 Cover Memo GIS Map 2/9/2018 Cover Memo

Rowan County Planning and Development Department 402 North Main Street, Suite 204 Salisbury, NC 28144-4341 MEMORANDUM TO: Chairman Edds and Rowan County Board of Commissioners FROM: Aaron Poplin, Planner DATE: February 9, 2018 RE: CUP 02-18 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. Section 21-60 (10) of the Zoning Ordinance indicates residential storage facilities are subject to the following standards (staff comments in bold text):
Tagged Passions:GIS, taxes, commercial, property, Taxes, ordinance, development, equipment, construction, planning, zoning, facility, and Development

a.
The parcel shall be in fee simple ownership. Yes, owned exclusively by James and Karen Bullard.

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b.
The structure shall be of compatible construction with surrounding area. The applicant proposes a metal building, which is a fa ade common to most areas of the county.

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c.
The maximum size allowed is three thousand (3,000) square feet. The proposed building totals 1,512 sq.ft.

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d.
No outdoor storage is allowed except as specifically provided otherwise. None proposed.

SUGGESTED BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ACTION Set quasi-judicial hearing for CUP 02-18 for March 5, 2018 REQUEST CONDITIONAL USE REQUIREMENTS Rowan County Board of Commissioners CUP 02-18 February 19, 2018 Page 1

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e.
Minimum lot size shall be the same as for a single-family residence. Lot size is .98 acres vs. minimum lot size of .46 acres (20,000 sq.ft.).

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f.
Storage of vehicles shall not be in the front yard. None proposed.

g. Outside lighting shall be designed to prevent direct glare on adjoining residences. None proposed.

h.
Setbacks shall be at a minimum the same as single family dwellings. The proposed structure complies with the required 30 front, 10 side, and 10 rear setback.

As provided in Section 21-59, the applicant has provided responses to the evaluation criteria with staff comments indicated below.

1.
Adequate transportation access to the site exists. The structure would be

accessible from Thompson Rd. SR 1952.

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2.
The use will not significantly detract from the character of the surrounding area. The proposed structure will be under both the allowed 3,000 sq.ft. limit for residential storage facilities and the 10 limit for accessory structures on residentially developed lots (4,268 sq.ft.).

3. Hazardous safety conditions will not result. No hazardous safety conditions

are envisioned based on the proposed use.

4.
The use will not generate significant noise, odor, glare, or dust. Any associated impacts would be similar to that found on properties containing a residence.

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5.
Excessive traffic or parking problems will not result. N/A.

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6.
The use will not create significant visual impacts for adjoining properties or passersby. Based on the submitted site plan the structure will be 100 feet from the road and 150 feet from the closest residence.

Set quasi-judicial hearing for March 5, 2018. STAFF COMMENTS EVALUATION CRITERIA Rowan County Board of Commissioners CUP 02-18 February 19, 2018 Page 2 775 820 785 THOMPSON Proposed 1512 SqFt. Structure. ProposedFuture HomeSite NC 801 PAR KS OLD US 70 THOMPSON STATESVILLE MOU NTAI N STATESVILLE K K
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0
100 20050 Feet 0 0.5 10.25 Miles

Legend ZONING Structures Site Roads Cleveland ETJ Parcels RA RR CBI CBI CUD IND Site CUP-02-18: Bullard
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ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Scott Shelton, EDC, Vice President of Operations DATE: February 9, 2018 SUBJECT: Request to Schedule Public Hearing For March 5, 2018 To Consider Amendment to Daimler Agreement The Rowan EDC requests that the Board of Commissioners schedule a public hearing for March 5, 2018 to consider an amendment to the County's incentive agreement with Daimler.
Tagged Passions:hearing and incentive

Daimler's new logistics center project was delayed due to a variety of circumstances. Construction is now underway and the Company is requesting that their incentive agreement be amended to allow them to capture their increased investment in our incentive calculations.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Memo - Request to Set Public Hearing 2/9/2018 Cover Memo

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204 E. Innes St., Ste. 220, Salisbury, NC 28144 704.637.5526 info@rowanedc.com www.rowanedc.com

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Date: February 9, 2018

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To: Greg Edds, Chairman Cc: Aaron Church, County Manager

Carolyn Barger, Clerk to the Board From: Scott Shelton, Vice President of Operations Re: Request for public hearing to consider amendment to Daimler agreement

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Dear Chairman Edds,

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I
respectfully request that the Board of Commissioners schedule a public hearing for March 5, 2018 to consider a request from Daimler to modify their existing incentive agreement with Rowan County. In November 2015, as you may recall, the Commissioners approved an amendment to the original 2009 incentive agreement with Daimler to accommodate their Project D2. This project, as originally proposed, would result in Daimler investing approximately 38 million in improvements including a new vehicle logistics center. The project was delayed due to a variety of circumstances.

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.

Tagged Passions:hearing, investment, construction, facility, and incentive

Due to the delay in starting the project, Daimler has requested modifications to the amendment that would allow them to capture their increased investment in our incentive calculations. The modifications mainly consist of changing dates and the originally listed investment amount. After consulting with County Attorney Jay Dees, he recommended scheduling a public hearing to discuss these changes. We will be working with both Mr. Dees and attorneys for Daimler during this process.

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I
look forward to providing you detailed information regarding this request and this project in the coming days. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have, and thank you for considering this matter.

Yours truly,

Scott Shelton Vice President of Operations

Memorandum

ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Jeffery A Hall, Library Director DATE: 2/9/18 SUBJECT: Permission to Hold 2018 Library Book Sale

The library seeks permission to hold their annual book sale. The 2018 book sale would be held in May.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Booksale Memo to Commissioners 2/9/2018 Cover Memo

1
Memorandum

To: Rowan County Board of Commissioners From: Jeff Hall

Date: February 5 th 2018

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Re: Request for approval of Rowan Public Library Book Sale

I am writing to ask that the Board of Commissioners authorize Rowan Public Library
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to sell withdrawn library materials to the public. We have approximately 6,000 items in

storage that have been withdrawn from our collection, including fiction and non-fiction
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hardback and paperback books for adults and children as well as some audiovisual

materials. These items have been withdrawn from our collection for a variety of reasons, including poor physical condition, lack of use, and out of date information. As you probably know our annual book sale is popular with Rowan County citizens and visitors from other counties. The Book Sale gives them a chance to obtain books at a
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reasonable cost. This year s sale would take place:

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9:00-2:00 pm Tuesday, May 1

st 2018

9:00-2:00 pm Wednesday, May 2nd 2018

9:00-2:00 pm Thursday, May 3rd 2018

9:00-2:00 pm Friday, May 4 th 2018

9:00-2:00 pm Saturday, May 5 th 2018

9:00-2:00 pm Monday, May 7 th 2018

I
appreciate the Board s consideration of this request.

ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Ed Muire, Planning Director DATE: February 12, 2018 SUBJECT: Schedule Public Hearing for March 5, 2018: Chapter 20 Amendments for NERWS
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BACKGROUND The September 2017 approval from NC Public Water Supply Section for Rowan County's Water System Management Plan (WSMP) contained the operational procedures and policies for management and operation of the Northeast Rowan Water System (NERWS).

As outlined in the WSMP, the County has adopted a fee schedule for connection to the NERWS, initiated construction and now must adopted an ordinance specifying the standards and requirements for connection to the system. A draft proposal of this ordinance was contained in the WSMP and also attached to the interlocal agreement resolution between Salisbury and Rowan County for operation of the NERWS (adopted May 2017). The proposed amendments are to be included as a new article (Article III) within the existing Chapter 20 of the Rowan County of Ordinances.
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RECOMMENDATION Schedule Public Hearing for March 5, 2018 to receive public comment on the proposed amendments to Chapter 20 of the Rowan County Code of Ordinances.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Chapter 20 Proposed Text Amendments 2/12/2018 Ordinance NERWS Service Boundary 2/12/2018 Exhibit

DRAFT: Amendments to Chapter 20 for Northeast Rowan Water System 1 CHAPTER 20 UTILITIES 1
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2
ARTICLE III. ROWAN WATER SYSTEM 3

Sec. 20-60 Purpose and Intent 4 The County has developed a potable water distribution system to service an 5 unincorporated area of northeastern Rowan County (hereinafter, the Northeast 6 Rowan Water System ) as generally depicted in Exhibit 1. The County will retain 7
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ownership of the Northeast Rowan Water System, but through mutually adopted 8

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agreements, contracts and resolutions has designated Salisbury Rowan Utilities 9

(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

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15
Sec. 20-61 Authority and Enforcement 16

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

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24
Sec. 20-62 Northeast Rowan Water System 25

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SRU, as authorized by the City of Salisbury and Rowan County Agreement for 26

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Operation of the Northeast Rowan Water System adopted May 2, 2017 and May 27

15, 2017 respectively, shall have authority to enforce Chapter 25 of the City of 28 Salisbury Code of Ordinances and its policies, standards, and practices, except as 29 provided in Sections 20-63 and 20-64. 30
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Included Purpose and

Intent section w/ text

taken from 2nd recital

in City / County

agreement and Section 7(a) of the same. Included Authority and Enforcement Section w/ text taken

from 3rd and 4th

recital in City / County agreement.

Relocated from

Section 20-64 of previous Draft Ordinance attached to said agreement. Staff Commentary DRAFT: Amendments to Chapter 20 for Northeast Rowan Water System 2 Sec. 20-63 Rates and Charges for Connections 1 Rates and charges for connection to the Northeast Rowan Water System shall be 2 established from time to time by the Rowan County Board of 3 Commissioners. The rates and charges under this article shall be the rates and 4
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charges in effect at the time of payment. Estimates of charges to connect to the 5

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

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provided: (i) the residential dwelling or business establishment is 11

connected to a properly functioning public or semipublic potable well 12 infrastructure; or (ii) the residential dwelling or business establishment is 13 connected to a private well water supply. Those not meeting these 14 conditions will be required to connect to the Northeast Rowan Water 15 System, where available, within 30 days after notice from the county 16 environmental health department. Availability will be defined as abutting 17 the property and/or right-of-way and provided the structure being served is 18
Tagged Passions:property, Utility, health, utility, environment, business, and water

not more than 500 feet from the location of the water 19

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connection. However, structures more than 500 feet may connect. 20

(b) Where a residential or nonresidential structure is being replaced or 21 renovated and an existing well is located on the property, the replacement 22 or renovated structure shall be allowed to connect to the existing well 23 provided the well location is approved for use by the county 24 environmental health department. 25 (c) All new residential development, will connect to the Northeast Rowan 26 Water System where available. All major subdivisions will connect prior 27 to final plat approval. All connections will be made at no expense to the 28 County. Availability for potential connection will be determined based on 29 Section 22-102 of the Rowan County Subdivision Ordinance (as 30 amended). 31 (d) All persons or projects desiring to install water lines connecting to, 32 and becoming part of the Northeast Rowan Water System shall be in 33
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accordance with the latest standards accepted by the County, including 34

those established pursuant to Section 20-62. No lines shall be connected 35

or installed for later connection to the Northeast Rowan Water System 36
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without written approval by the County and required federal, State, and 37

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local approvals. 38

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Relocated from

Section 20-61 of previous Draft Ordinance attached to said agreement.
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Relocated from

Section 20-62 of previous Draft Ordinance attached to said agreement. Staff Commentary DRAFT: Amendments to Chapter 20 for Northeast Rowan Water System 3
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(e) All requests and applications for new individual service installation 1

associated with the Northeast Rowan Water System shall be submitted 2

directly to SRU and shall be evaluated by SRU, subject to County 3 Subdivision and Zoning compliance, in the same manner and basis as 4 applications for new individual service installations within the SRU 5
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service area. 6

Sec. 20-65 Exclusive Operation 7 The County shall not allow, authorize, or permit any person or entity other than 8 SRU to operate, maintain or exercise control over a potable water distribution 9

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system within the Service Boundary without the prior written notice to SRU. 10

Likewise, the County: 11 a) Shall not take or allow any action that would interfere with or restrict 12 SRU s enforcement authority as provided herein, by law or mutually 13 adopted contracts, agreements or resolutions; and, 14 b) Shall not take any action that directly or indirectly hinders, interferes with, 15
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or is otherwise inconsistent with, exclusive System Operation by SRU. 16

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

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Rowan Water System shall mean the potable water distribution system owned 31

by Rowan County. 32 Salisbury-Rowan Utilities (SRU) shall mean the agency that provides water 33 and wastewater services to the incorporated and unincorporated areas of 34
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Rowan County and is synonymous with the City of Salisbury, its ordinances 35

and policies, when used in the context for administration of this ordinance. 36

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37
Service Boundary shall mean the geographic boundary as generally depicted 38

and described in Exhibit 1 of this ordinance. 39

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40
Text taken from

Section 7(h) of

City/County

agreement. Included new section w/text and intent

summarized from

Sections 7(b) and 8(b)

of City/County agreement.

Definition from City /

County agreement. Drafted new

definition of SRU.

All definitions below

are from City /

County agreement. Staff Commentary DRAFT: Amendments to Chapter 20 for Northeast Rowan Water System 4 System shall mean the System Components and Land Rights located within 1 the Service Boundary. 2
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3
System Components shall mean all potable water supply pipes, piping, 4

encasements, fittings, tanks, valves, hydrants, meters, pump stations, attached 5 equipment, and all other potable water supply distribution system components 6
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and appurtenances owned by the County, with the following exception: the 7

master meter for the Northeast Rowan Water System shall be jointly owned 8 by Rowan County and SRU. 9

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10
System Development shall mean the acquisition, planning, design, 11

construction, and all other activities required or appropriate for establishment 12 of the System in compliance and consistent with SRU, local, State, and federal 13 ordinances, rules, statutes, standards, requirements, and policies, including 14
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without limitation the following: obtaining from SRU and other applicable 15

local, State, and federal authorities review and approval of design and 16

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construction; design and construction; preparation and delivery to SRU of the 17

plans required by 15A NCAC 18C .0307; and obtaining from the State of 18 North Carolina a new Public Water Supply Identification Number. 19

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20
a. For the purpose of System Development, SRU standards and 21

requirements specifically include, without limitation, mandatory use of 22 specific types of smart customer meters. 23

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24
System Modification shall mean the acquisition, planning, design, 25

construction, and all other activities required or appropriate for enlargement, 26

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expansion, or other modification of the System in compliance and consistent 27

with SRU, local, State, and federal ordinances, rules, statutes, standards, 28 requirements, and policies, including without limitation the following: 29 obtaining from SRU and other applicable local, State, and federal authorities 30 review and approval of design and construction; design and construction; 31 preparation and delivery to SRU of revised versions of plans as may be 32 required by 15A NCAC 18C .0307 or similar regulation or statute; and, if 33 required, obtaining from the State of North Carolina a new Public Water 34 Supply Identification Number. 35
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36
System Operation shall mean the management, planning, operation, 37

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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policies at and upon the following: the System; the users of and connections to 42

the System; water systems connected to the System; interconnections of non-43

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water-supply-systems to the System; and property where the System is 44

located; but, however, specifically excludes the delivery of water to the 45 System. 46 All definitions below

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are from City /

County agreement. Staff Commentary DRAFT: Amendments to Chapter 20 for Northeast Rowan Water System 5 Sec. 20-67 Severability 1
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If any provision, paragraph, word or section of this article is invalidated by any 2

court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions, paragraphs, words and 3

sections shall not be affected and shall continue in full force and effect. 4 Furthermore, the termination of any agreements or contracts for System Operation 5 with SRU shall not invalidate the standards or policies, and amendments thereto, 6
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adopted by the County for operation of the Rowan Water System. 7

Sec. 20-68 Conflicting provisions 8 The terms of this article shall take precedence over any other provision of this 9 Code or other ordinance. 10
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11
12

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13
Termination clause

added. Staff Commentary

ROWAN COUNTY A COUNTY COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

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130 West Innes Street - Salisbury, NC 28144 TELEPHONE: 704-216-8180 * FAX: 704-216-8195

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MEMO TO COMMISSIONERS:

FROM: Bob Pendergrass, Animal Services Director DATE: 2-12-18 SUBJECT: Text Amendments to Chapter 5 of the Rowan County Code of Ordinances - Animals

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Approve Animal Ordinance Changes with revisions based on public hearing conducted February 5, 2018. Revisions were made based on public and officials input at hearing.

Staff recommends adoption of changes.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Red-lined Ordinance Changes with revisions 2/12/2018 Cover Memo Exhibit B Fiscal saving of rabies changes to pet owners 2/12/2018 Cover Memo

Exhibit C showing flow chart for adressing specific rabies exposure situations 2/12/2018 Cover Memo Exhibit D Rabies Compendium notes as presented in Journal of AVMA 2016 2/12/2018 Cover Memo Exhibt E NCGA Senate Bill 74 text 2/12/2018 Cover Memo Chapter 5 - ANIMALS[1] Footnotes: --- (1) ---
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Editor's note An ordinance adopted June 7, 1995, amended ch. 5 in its entirety, in effect repealing and reenacting said chapter to read as herein set out. The former ch. 5, 5-26 5-39 and 5-51 5-59, pertained to similar subject matter and derived from I XIII and XV of an ordinance adopted Nov. 6, 1989.

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