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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING

BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

I.
Call to Order

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II.
Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance

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III.
Adjustments/Approval of Agenda

IV. Public Comments

V.
Approval of Consent Agenda

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1.
Administration - Proclamation Sexual Assault Awareness Month Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a Proclamation recognizing the month of April 2018 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Brunswick County.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recognition, sexual harassment, and sexual assault

2.
Board Appointment - Fire Commission Request that the Board of Commissioners appoint Mr. Clint Berry to fill the unexpired term representing District 4 on the Fire Commission. This term will expire on June 30, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

3.
Board Appointment - Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee - District 5 Request that the Board of Commissioners appoint Ms. Eileen Clyne to the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee representing District 5. This is a 1-year term that will expire on April 16, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments and seniors

4.
Brunswick Community College - Southport Center Roof Replacement Request that the Board of Commissioners consider approval of Brunswick Community College Trustees' Request to Renovate the Roof at The Southport Center.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:university

5.
Clerk to the Board - Meeting Minutes Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the draft minutes from the March 19, 2018 Regular Meeting.

No additional detail provided

6.
Finance - Fiscal Items Request that the Board of Commissioners approve Budget Amendments, Capital Project Ordinances and Fiscal Items of a routine nature presented on the consent agenda.

-Sunset Harbor Water Main Budget Amendment Transfer 21,000 from water capital reserve undesignated to the Sunset Harbor Water Main project for payment and recording of two easements associated with the project. -Operation Services Insurance Proceeds Budget Amendment Appropriate insurance proceeds of 32,904 for repair and maintenance equipment for lightning strike damages to elevator. -Schools 2016 Bond Referendum Project Budget Amendments and CPO Adjustment Adjustment is for the advanced funding of 2016 Bond Referendum Projects. For simplification in school project accounting, the budget amendment appropriates the anticipated GO debt proceeds for approved project advancements and returns funds advanced from School Reserves. The finance officer can pre-audit contracts for projects in the Capital Improvement Plan that will be funded with debt proceeds. -Schools 2016 Bond Referendum Project Budget Amendments and CPO Appropriates 1,000,000 of GO Bond advance funding for the Technology Infrastructure Upgrades approved by the Board of Education as part of the Phase 1 GO Bond Projects.
Tagged Passions:contract, budget, education, capital spending, audit, services, ordinance, Capital Spending, Utility, Technology, boating, ports, equipment, technology, easement, finance, funding, insurance, referendum, utility, bond, and water

-Brunswick County Schools appropriation for school technology improvements The Board of Education approved at their last meeting utilizing 900,000 of their fund balance they hold for school technology improvements.

-Courthouse Project Budget Amendment Transfer 25,000 of undesignated funds from county capital reserve to the courthouse project for site survey, geotechnical investigation and miscellaneous small administrative expenditures associated with the project. -West Brunswick Regional Capital and Replacement Budget Amendment Transfer 100,635 of capital and replacement reserve funding designated for West Brunswick Regional Wastewater to the West budget for reimbursement of rewiring to headworks and Xylem Water for the Oak Island Repump Station pump repair.
Tagged Passions:budget, education, Utility, Technology, technology, funding, utility, sewer, and water

-Horticulture Program Revenue Budget Amendment Appropriate 1,626 of horticulture program revenue for use in the horticulture program and for installation of a new fence at the greenhouse.

-Financial Reports for March 2018 (unaudited) Included are Summary Information for General and Enterprise Funds, key indicators of Revenues and Expenditures and Cash and Investments. All reports provided at ://brunswickcountync.gov/finance/reports
Tagged Passions:budget, financial report, investment, program, finance, and funding

7.
Finance - Resolution for Electronic Payments and Purchasing Policy Update Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a Resolution Authorizing the County of Brunswick to Engage in Electronic Payments and a purchasing policy update for compliance with Federal law and standards.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:compliance, purchasing, policy, and finance

8.
Health and Human Services - Public Housing: Execution of Annual Civil Rights Certification Request that the Board of Commissioners review and execute the Annual Civil Rights Certification for the Public Housing Agency.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, health, civil rights, and housing

9.
Operation Services - New Landfill Schedule Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the recommended new schedule for the Brunswick County Landfill and start date of Monday April 30, 2018.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, landfill, and solid waste

10.
Sheriff's Office - Amended School Resource Officer's Contract For Detective Assignment Request that the Board of Commissioners approve an amendment to the School Resource Officer's contract with Brunswick County Schools for the additional assignment of one detective.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, education, and public safety

11.
Tax Administration - April 2018 Releases Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the April 2018 tax releases.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

12.
Utilities - NCDOT Infrastructure Agreement Ocean Isle Beach Roundabout Project Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the infrastructure agreement with

the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), after review by County Legal, in the amount of 139,050 for utility work completed as part of the NCDOT Ocean Isle Beach Roundabout Roadway Project.

Tagged Passions:legal, Utility, beach, utility, and transportation

VI.
Presentation

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1.
Governing Body - Proclamation - Brunswick County Literacy Month (Chairman Frank Williams) Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a Proclamation declaring May as Brunswick County Literacy Council Month.

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Tagged Passions:recognition, council, and literacy

2.
Governing Body - Proclamation - Honor Andrea White Earning the North Carolina Certified County Clerks Designation (Chairman Frank Williams) Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a proclamation in honor of Clerk to the Board of Commissioners Andrea White upon earning the North Carolina Certified County Clerks designation.

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Tagged Passions:recognition

3.
Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Organization - 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (Michael Madsen, GIS Analyst) Request that the Board of Commissioners receive a presentation on the 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan process from the Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (WMPO).

VII. Public Hearing

Tagged Passions:hearing, GIS, planning, and transportation

1.
Health and Human Services - Public Housing - Public Hearing (Catherine Lytch, Director of DSS) Request that the Board of Commissioners receive comments or suggestions on the Public Housing Agency goals, objectives and policies.

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Tagged Passions:hearing, services, health, and housing

2.
GIS - Street Adoptions Public Hearing (Jan Clemmons, GIS) Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the second reading and adoption of the proposed street names.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, and GIS

3.
Planning - Rezoning Case Z-760 (Kirstie Dixon, Director of Planning) Request that, after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners approve First and Second Readings to amend the Official Unified Development Ordinance Zoning Map from RR (Rural Low Density Residential) to C-LD (Commercial Low Density) with an associated CAMA Land Use Plan Map from LDR (Low Density Residential) to Commercial (Z-18-760).

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Tagged Passions:hearing, commercial, ordinance, development, UDO, planning, Development, zoning, and rural

4.
Planning - Rezoning Case Z-761 (Kirstie Dixon, Director of Planning) Request that, after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners approve First and Second Readings to amend the Official Unified Development Ordinance Zoning M a p from R-7500 (Medium Density Residential) and R-6000 (High Density Residential) to R-6000 (High Density Residential) with an associated CAMA Land Use Plan Map from LDR (Low Density Residential) to MDR (Medium Density Residential) (Z-18-761).

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Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, development, UDO, planning, Development, and zoning

5.
Planning - Rezoning Case Z-762 (Kirstie Dixon, Director of Planning) Request that, after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners approve First and Second Readings to amend the Official Unified Development Ordinance Zoning Map from R-7500 (Medium Density Residential) and C-LD (Commercial Low Density) to C-LD (Commercial Low Density) with an associated CAMA Land Use Plan Map from LDR (Low Density Residential) to Commercial (Z-18-762).

VIII.Administrative Report

Tagged Passions:hearing, commercial, ordinance, development, UDO, planning, Development, and zoning

1.
Administration - Water and Sewer System Development Fees (Ann Hardy, County Manager) Request that the Board of Commissioners receive Brunswick County's Water and Sewer System Development Fee Analysis and approve posting the report for public review and comment.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator, manager, Utility, development, Development, utility, sewer, and water

2.
Administration - Resolution For The Issuance of 52,950,000 General Obligation Bonds (Ann Hardy, County Manager) Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the Bond Resolution Providing For The Issuance Of Not To Exceed 52,950,000 General Obligation School Bonds, Series 2018.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator, education, manager, and bond

3.
Engineering - Carolina Shores North Sewer SAD (29) Project Closeout (Bill Pinnix, P.E., Director of Engineering) Request that the Board of Commissioners certify the CSN Sewer SAD (29) project cost, establish the cost assessment method, approve the assessment payment terms, adopt the Final Assessment Resolution and schedule the Final Public Hearing for the confirmation of the assessment roll for 6pm on May 21, 2018 in the Commissioner's Chambers.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:hearing, Utility, utility, and sewer

4.
Utilities - Northeast Brunswick Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Contract McKim Creed (John Nichols, Director of Public Utilities) Request that the Board of Commissioners authorize the Chairman and Clerk to the Board to approve the contract with McKim Creed in the amount of 1,950,850 for engineering and construction administration services associated with a 1.65 million gallon per day (MGD) expansion of the Northeast Brunswick Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and Phase II Force Main (18 diameter 11,000 LF +/-).

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Tagged Passions:contract, services, Utility, expansion, plant, construction, utility, and sewer

5.
Utilities - Receive Northwest Water Treatment Plant Final Recommendations and Amendment No. 2 CDM Smith (John Nichols, Director of Public Utilities) Request that the Board of Commissioners receive the final recommendations for water treatment options for the Northwest Water Treatment Plant (NWWTP), budgetary cost information for the NWWTP upgrades, updated reverse osmosis pilot testing data, information regarding treatment goals, and approve the budget amendment and authorize the Chairman and Clerk to the Board to approve the contract amendment with CDM Smith in the amount of 778,900 for preliminary engineering services associated with the design of the advanced treatment options and expansion of the Northwest Water Treatment Project.

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Tagged Passions:contract, budget, services, Utility, expansion, plant, utility, and water

IX.
Other Business/Informal Discussion

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Tagged Passions:business

X.
Closed Session

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1.
Closed Session - Approve Closed Session Minutes and Consult with Attorney Request that the Board of Commissioners enter into Closed Session pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(a)(1) to approve Closed Session Minutes and G.S. 143-318.11(a) (3) to consult with its attorney.

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Tagged Passions:legal

XI.
Adjournment

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

Action Item V. - 1. From: Andrea White

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Administration - Proclamation Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Tagged Passions:recognition, sexual harassment, and sexual assault

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a Proclamation recognizing the month of April 2018 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Brunswick County.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recognition, sexual harassment, and sexual assault

Background/Purpose of Request:

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations Approved By County Attorney: Yes
Tagged Passions:legal

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners approve a Proclamation recognizing the month of April 2018 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Brunswick County.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator, manager, recognition, sexual harassment, and sexual assault

ATTACHMENTS: Description Proclamation - Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

Tagged Passions:recognition, sexual harassment, and sexual assault

Action Item V. - 2. From: Andrea White

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Board Appointment - Fire Commission

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners appoint Mr. Clint Berry to fill the unexpired term representing District 4 on the Fire Commission. This term will expire on June 30, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

Background/Purpose of Request: The District 4 seat on the Fire Commission became vacant on December 5, 2017 due to the resignation of Mr. Steven Barger. Mr. Barger was originally appointed to a 2-year term expiring June 30, 2019.

If appointed, Mr. Clint Berry would fill the unexpired term of Mr. Barger. Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations Approved By County Attorney: Yes
Tagged Passions:legal, boards and commissions, and appointments

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners appoint Mr. Clint Berry to fill the unexpired term representing District 4 on the Fire Commission. This term will expire on June 30, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator, manager, boards and commissions, and appointments

ATTACHMENTS: Description Fire Commission Roster Fire Commission Address Sheet Application - Clint Berry

Name District/Category Appointment Date Term Expiration Date Serving Since Pat Sykes Commissioner 8/21/2017 N/A N/A 2017 Mke Forte Commissioner 8/21/2017 N/A N/A 2017 Chuck Rash (unexp.) OIB Fire Chief Appt. 4/1/2018 2 6/30/2019 2018 William Bailey Supply Fire Chief Appt. 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Charles Drew Southport Fire Chief Appt. 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Teresa Tickle BSL Fire Chief Appt. 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Donnie Williams Navassa Fire Chief Appt. 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Doug Todd President Fire Chies Assoc. 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Carol Dunham District 1 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Len Henderson District 2 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Donna Loosley District 3 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 VACANT District 4 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 William Wilson District 5 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 John Fugee At-Large 9/5/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Joyce Dunn Mayor - Carolina Shores 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Alan Holden Mayor - Holden Beach 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Loman Scott Mayor Pro-Tem - Oak Island 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Walt Eccard Mayor - Shallotte 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Brenda Bozeman Mayor - Leland 8/21/2017 2 6/30/2019 2017 Brian Watts Emergency Services Director 8/21/2017 N/A N/A 2017 Mission Membership tenure) Return to Table of Contents Six (6) Public Citizens (1 from each District and 1 At-Large) Five (5) Mayors/Mayor Pro-Tempores (1 from each District) Emergency Services Director and County Staff (non-voting) The Fire Commission will consist of nineteen (19) members, plus non-voting staff, all of which serve two-year terms unless otherwise noted. Fire Commission To make advisory recommendations to the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners on fire protection and emergency services delivery applicable to those departments covered under the purview of the Fire Commission.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, services, appointments, voting, beach, and emergency

Two (2) Brunswick County Commissioners Five (5) Representatives of Fire Service Organizations (1 from each District) President of the Brunswick County Fire Chief's Association (term shall coincide with President's

Name Phone(s) Email Address Mailing Adress Pat Sykes (W) 253-2016 commissioner.sykes@brunswickco untync.gov PO Box 249 Attn: Commissioners, Bolivia, NC 28422 Mike Forte (W) 253-2016 commissioner.forte@brunswickco untync.gov PO Box 249 Attn: Commissioners, Bolivia, NC 28422 Chuck Rash (M) 228-2406 chuck@oibgov.com 1135 Park Road, Unit 3104, Sunset Beach, NC 28468 William Bailey (M) 443-9403 supplyfires@yahoo.com 47 Southport-Supply Rd., Supply, NC 28462 Charles Drew (W) 457-7915 charles_drew@southportnc.org PO Box 10512, Southport, NC 28461 (M) 477-2365 Teresa Tickle (M) 547-6347 ttickle999@gmail.com 2291 E. Boiling Spring Rd., Southport, NC 28461 Donnie Williams (M) 620-5435 dwillnvfd@aol.com 336 Main Street, Navassa, NC 28451 Doug Todd (M) 279-2959 dtodd@tribeachfire.com 854 Sabbath Home Rd., Supply, NC 28462 Carol Dunham (H) 575-6812 carolanmc@yahoo.com 537 Gladstone Cir., OIB, NC 28469 Len Henderson (H) 754-5498 jhenderson@atmc.net 25 Queens Grant Cir., Shallotte, NC 28370 (M) 619-8454 Donna Loosley (M) 457-5601 dloosley@bellsouth.net 3874 Harmony Cir., Southport, NC 28461 VACANT (M) 918-0458 sbarger2004@yahoo.com 32 Greensboro Rd., Southport, NC 28461 William Wilson (M) 620-0432 wwilson16@ec.rr.com 9492 Night Harbor Dr., Leland, NC 28451 John Fugee (M) 609-226-6720 johnfugee@gmail.com 1131 Greensview Cir., Leland, NC 28451 Joyce Dunn (W) 575-4877 tozbeach@hotmail.com 200 Persimmon Rd., Carolina Shores, NC 28467 Alan Holden (W) 842-4627 holden@holden-beach.com 110 Rothschild St., Holden Beach, NC 28462 Loman Scott (M) 713-2018 lscott@ci.oak-island.nc.us 4601 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465 Walt Eccard (M) 880-0319 weccard@townofshallotte.org 106 Cheers St., Shallotte, NC 28459 Brenda Bozeman (M) 279-2274 bbozeman@townofleland.com 102 Town Hall Dr., Leland, NC 28451 Brian Watts (W) 253-2569
Tagged Passions:streets, boating, ports, beach, grant, and parks

brian.watts@brunswickcountync.g ov PO Box 249 Attn: EMS, Bolivia, NC 28422

Return to Table of Contents Fire Commission Address Sheet Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM
Tagged Passions:EMS and boards and commissions

Action Item V. - 3. From: Andrea White

Board Appointment - Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee - District 5

Tagged Passions:appointments and seniors

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners appoint Ms. Eileen Clyne to the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee representing District 5. This is a 1-year term that will expire on April 16, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments and seniors

Background/Purpose of Request: A vacancy was created on the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee due to the retirement of Mr. Vince Musilli at the completion of his term which expired November 1, 2017.

Tagged Passions:retirement and seniors

Ms. Clyne was vetted for conflict of interest by the Regional LTC Ombudsman, completed 15 hours of training, and is now being recommended for appointment for an initial 1-year term. If appointed, Ms. Clyne's appointment will expire on April 16, 2019.

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal, appointments, and training

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners appoint Ms. Eileen Clyne to the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee representing District 5. This is a 1-year term that will expire on April 16, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator, manager, appointments, and seniors

ATTACHMENTS: Description Nursing Home Advisory Board Roster Nursing Home Advisory Board Address Sheet Application - Eileen Clyne

Name District Appointment Date Term Expiration Date Serving Since Holly Brenneman 1 3/19/2018 3 3/19/2021 2017 Carol Sutter 2 8/15/2016 3 9/1/2019 2012 Arlene Rushin 3 2/6/2017 3 1/1/2020 2003 John Walz 4 2/20/2017 3 2/1/2020 2013 VACANT 5 10/1/2014 3 11/1/2017 2010 Barabara Voorhees at-large 1/19/2016 3 2/1/2019 2014 Sheila Umbricht (unexp.) at-large 7/17/2017 3 7/1/2020 2013 Laura Miller at-large 8/21/2017 3 9/1/2020 2016 Colleen Combs at-large 2/20/2017 3 2/1/2020 2015 Shirley Dowd at-large 6/20/2016 3 7/1/2019 2007 Mission To monitor the Patient's Bill of Rights for residents in nursing homes in Brunswick County; to provide increased social interaction and opportunities for enrichment for these adults; to assist in preventing physical and psychological deterioration of these older adults by promoting independence; to evaluate the activities of the nursing homes so that they meet the needs of the older adults in Brunswick County; to promote community understanding of the aging process and of the needs, problems, strengths and resources of older persons; to report to the Brunswick Commissioners the status of the Committee. Membership All members serve 3-year terms after the initial 1-year term. At least 7 members, appointed by the Board of Commissioners (1 from each district; all additional are at-large members) Each member must be a resident of the county which the committee serves. Return to Table of Contents Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Name Phone(s) Email Address Mailing Adress Holly Brenneman (M) 571-643-6773 hollybrenneman12@gmail.com 7040 Bloomsbury Court, OIB, NC 28469 Carol Sutter (H) 842-5254 carw@aol.com 2141 Lands End Way, Supply, NC 28462 (M) 908-625-3146 Arlene Rushin (H) 253-4607 aerushin@aol.com 2550 St. James Drive, Southport, NC 28461 (M) 515-9774 John Walz (H) 393-5255 walzjf@msn.com 622 Triangle Trail, Sunset Beach, NC 28468 (M) 273-4514
Tagged Passions:legal, appointments, beach, trails, seniors, and court

VACANT (H) 399-3136 vmusilli@ec.rr.com 1367 Parkland Way, Leland, NC 28451 (M) 203-524-2110

Barbara Voorhees (H) 253-8737 leboufbarb@gmail.com 3676 Bayedge Lane, St. James, NC 28461 Sheila Umbricht (H) 575-7080 saumbricht@atmc.net 46 Plantation Drive, OIB, NC 28469 Laura Miller (H) 253-7339 vankmiller@yahoo.com 3060 Baycrest Drive, Southport, NC 28461 (M) 703-201-3196 Colleen Combs (H) 202-549-3938 hartcombs@gmail.com 5231 Shipmast Way, Southport, NC 28461 Shirley Dowd (H) 755-5678 1790 Waterwing Drive, OIB, NC 28469 Return to Table of Contents Nursing Home Address Sheet Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM
Tagged Passions:seniors

Action Item V. - 4. From: Ann Hardy

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Brunswick Community College - Southport Center Roof Replacement

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Tagged Passions:university

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners consider approval of Brunswick Community College Trustees' Request to Renovate the Roof at The Southport Center.

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Tagged Passions:university

Background/Purpose of Request: In September 2015, the Phase 1 initial renovation of the Southport Center was completed. Classes began in September 2015. 5 of the existing classrooms are studio spaces (painting, pottery, glass and silversmithing). 1 room is a general purpose classroom and there is a small cafe' space. Utilization is strong for all spaces Monday thru Thursday. The 5 studios house painting, 4 sections; pottery, 8 sections; silversmithing, 3 sections; and hot glass/stained glass/mosaic, 3 sections. The general purpose classroom is home to French, 2 sections; Guitar, 2 sections; Coastal Carolina Heritage, 1 section; Recording Production, 1 section; Fiction Writers' Workshop, 1 section; and Quilting 1 section. Foundational Studies meets in the cafe' Tuesday and Thursday. Friday has been reserved for weekend workshops. In all, Southport currently serves approximately 300 students in Spring 2018.

Phase 2 will be to restore the roof covering unoccupied space. 9,000 square feet would support the following: A corporate/community room/performance space, and the first 2 studios. The space will need HVAC as well as water and task specific ventilation in the 2 studio/labs. A hot shop (glass blowing) which requires little renovations; A large metal working (possibly with MIT Fab Lab - grant funded; A shop for woodworking and construction targeting Heritage Arts Production crafts to include Woodturning, Cabinetry/Furniture and Tiny House Construction; Fabric Arts/Textiles. The Trustees of Brunswick Community College received roof replacement bids on May 4, 2017 from 3 bidders ranging from 347,182 to 498,900. The college declined all of the bids and re-bid for replacement of the entire roof and an alternate to replace half of the roof on Nov. 21, 2017. The college received 1 bid for 392,530 for the entire roof and 362,201 to replace half the roof. All of the bids were declined. A decision was made to seek out of state bids and on 1/31/2018, the college received 1 bid for 444,000 with the same price for the entire roof or half of the roof. The College has received a bid from Millennium Contractors the low bidder for the roof with a revised quote due to increased material costs of 415,000. This proposal will be valid for 30 days until 4/21/18. Attached is a sketch of the planned use of the building. Fiscal Impact: Budget Amendment Required, Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations Budget amendment is to transfer contingency funds of 215,000 to Brunswick Community College for roof replacement and repairs. The college is to use 200,000 of their fund balance derived from local funds and per MOU, the county will evaluate the fund balance derived from county funds at the end of the current fiscal year to replenish up to 200,000. Approved By County Attorney: Yes
Tagged Passions:university, restaurants, arts, legal, budget, rfp, RFP, Utility, students, construction, funding, grant, utility, performance, and water

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners consider Brunswick Community College Trustees' Request to Renovate the Roof at The Southport Center

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:university, administrator, and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Southport Center Restoration Narrative Floor Plan Sketch 20180416 Budget Amendment BCC Roof Replacement

nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description BCC Roof Replacement Justification Board Meeting 04/16/2018-Transfer contingency funds of 215,000 to Brunswick Community College for roof replacement costing 415,000. The college is to use 200,000 of their fund balance and the county will evaluate the Fund Balance derived from county fund at the end of the current fiscal year. Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr 109910 499100 Contingency Contingency -146810 Decrease Credit
Tagged Passions:university, budget, and funding

109910 499101 Contingency Emergency Contingency -68190 Decrease Credit

Tagged Passions:emergency

105921 465300 Brunswick Community College Capital Outlay-Education(920) 215000 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 0 Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM
Tagged Passions:university and education

Action Item V. - 5. From: Andrea White

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Clerk to the Board - Meeting Minutes

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Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the draft minutes from the March 19, 2018 Regular Meeting.

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Background/Purpose of Request:

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations Approved By County Attorney: Yes
Tagged Passions:legal

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners approve the draft minutes from the March 19, 2018 Regular Meeting.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Draft Minutes - 2018-03-19 Regular Meeting

DRAFT BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OFFICIAL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners met in Regular Session on the above date at 6:00 p.m., Commissioners Chambers, David R. Sandifer Administration Building, County Government Center, Bolivia, North Carolina.

PRESENT: Commissioner Frank Williams, Chairman

Commissioner Randy Thompson, Vice-Chairman Commissioner J. Martin Cooke Commissioner Pat Sykes Commissioner Mike Forte

STAFF: Ann Hardy, County Manager

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

Steve Stone, Deputy County Manager Bob Shaver, County Attorney Julie Miller, Finance Director Andrea White, Clerk to the Board Amanda Hutcheson, Public Information Officer Capt. Mark Trull, Sheriff s Office

Board Action, containing all items in this set of minutes, is filed within the Clerk to the Board s office.
Tagged Passions:legal, administrator, manager, public safety, and finance

I.
CALL TO ORDER

Chairman Williams called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

II.
INVOCATION/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Vice-Chairman Thompson gave the Invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

III.
ADJUSTMENTS/APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Chairman Williams asked for any adjustments to the agenda. Commissioner Cooke moved to remove Item VI-2, Governing Body - Resolution in Opposition of Seismic Surveying and Oil and Gas Offshore Exploration and Drilling on the Continental Shelf off the Coast of North Carolina. Following discussion, Chairman Williams called the question. The motion carried 4 to 1. (Ayes: Williams, Cooke, Sykes, Forte. Nays: Thompson) Commissioner Cooke moved to approve the agenda as amended. The motion carried 4 to 1. (Ayes: Williams, Cooke, Sykes, Forte. Nays: Thompson)

Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil

IV.
PUBLIC COMMENTS

DRAFT Chairman Williams briefly reviewed the Public Comments Policy and called those who had signed up to speak. The following individuals addressed the Board:

Tagged Passions:policy

1.
Mr. Frank Kelly, resident of Southport, spoke in support of offshore drilling. 2. Mr. John Palmer, resident of Southport, spoke regarding Russia s interest in keeping American

oil in the ground and Russian inspired fears. He asked that the Commissioners oppose any resolutions.

Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil

3.
Mr. Dan George, resident of Winnabow, spoke in opposition of offshore drilling. He asked the Commissioners pass a resolution against seismic testing and offshore drilling.

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4.
Mr. Mike McGlauflin, resident of Leland, spoke in opposition of offshore drilling and relayed his experience with the Gulf Coast. He asked that the Commissioners vote in favor of a resolution to stop the oil drilling.

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Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil

5.
Ms. Daphne Webb, resident of Leland, spoke in opposition of offshore drilling and shared her knowledge, as a former resident of Florida, regarding the safety risks of offshore drilling. She asked that the Commissioners pass a resolution against offshore testing and drilling.

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Tagged Passions:risk

6.
Mr. Tim Page, resident of Hildebran, NC, and on behalf of Consumer Energy Alliance Southeast, urged the Commissioners to refrain from adopting a resolution opposing potential exploration and development of offshore energy.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:development, energy, and Development

7.
Mr. Jim Mulligan, resident of Wilmington, NC, spoke in favor of the responsible development of all of America s natural resources, both on and offshore and shared information regarding oil and natural gas production off the east coast of North America and Cuba.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil, natural gas, development, and Development

8.
Mr. Dwight Willis, resident of Holden Beach, spoke in opposition of offshore drilling and presented 13 resolutions from towns and cities in Brunswick County to the Clerk. He asked that the Commissioners enact a resolution to oppose seismic blasting.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach

9.
Ms. Vicki Sturgill, resident of Southport, spoke in opposition of offshore drilling. She asked that the Commissioners listen to constituents and oppose offshore drilling.

No additional detail provided

10.
Mr. David Fitzgerald, resident of Wilmington, NC, spoke in favor of seismic energy surveys for fossil fuels and strong state and local regulations to prevent oil leaks. He asked that responsible steps be taken to find out what types of resources we have at our disposal.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil, energy, and regulation

11.
Ms. Mary Ann McCarthy, resident of Southport, spoke in favor of energy surveys and asked the Commissioners to continue to oppose offshore drilling resolutions.

Chairman Williams announced the conclusion of the 30-minute period and asked if there was an objection to extending the time to allow those wishing to speak on the tethering issue an opportunity to address the Board. There was no opposition from the Board.

Tagged Passions:energy

12.
Madge Matteo, resident of Leland and President of the Advocates for Animal Rights (AFAR),

spoke in opposition to tethering and in opposition to the proposed ordinance amendment being presented later on the agenda as it was not approved by AFAR, fails to provide humane treatment of animals, and fails a large population of voters. Chairman Williams concluded the Public Comment period and called a 3-minute recess at 6:45 p.m. to allow those wishing to leave the meeting to do so. Chairman Williams called the meeting to order at 6:48 p.m.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and animal rights

V.
APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

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Chairman Williams asked for a motion on the Consent Agenda.

Commissioner Cooke moved to approve the Consent Agenda. DRAFT Chairman Williams asked for discussion. Hearing none, he called the question. The vote of approval was unanimous. The following items were approved:

Tagged Passions:hearing

1.
Administration - Cancellation of the April 2, 2018 Regular Meeting

Cancelled the April 2, 2018 regular meeting.

2.
Administration - Resolution of Support for Naming a Section of I-140 for William M. Sue Approved a resolution asking the North Carolina Department of Transportation to name the I-140 bridge over Hwy. 74/76 in Brunswick County for William M. Sue.

Tagged Passions:transportation

RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE NAMING OF THE I-140 BRIDGE OVER HWY. 74/76

IN BRUNSWICK COUNTY IN HONOR OF WILLIAM M. SUE WHEREAS, William M. Sue was born and raised in Leland in northern Brunswick County and is a current resident of same; and WHEREAS, William M. Sue served 18 years on the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners, serving as its Chairman for five of those years, and also served on the Brunswick County Board of Education for eight years prior to his terms on the Board of Commissioners; and
Tagged Passions:education

WHEREAS, during his very first term as a County Commissioner, William M. Sue made a presentation to the North Carolina Board of Transportation requesting that I-140 (then known as the Wilmington Bypass) be completed as soon as possible; and

WHEREAS, William M. Sue was an active member of the advisory committee of the Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Organization and continually advocated for construction of I-140 in northern Brunswick County; and WHEREAS, William M. Sue was honored by becoming a Member of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine in 2011; and WHEREAS, William M. Sue has been a tireless advocate for the needs of the people of Brunswick County, serving in numerous other public and civic organizations over the decades; and WHEREAS, William M. Sue has been nominated for consideration by NCDOT to have a section of I-140 in Brunswick County named in his honor.
Tagged Passions:construction, planning, and transportation

NOW, THEREFORE, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners requests that the North Carolina Department of Transportation name the I-140 bridge over Hwy. 74/76 in Brunswick County in honor of William M. Sue.

This the 19th day of March, 2018. Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Commissioners Attest: Andrea White, NCCCC Clerk to the Board
Tagged Passions:transportation

3.
Administration - Proclamation of Support for Opioid Addiction Awareness Week Approved a Proclamation of Support for Opioid Addiction Awareness during the weekend of April 27-29, 2018.

DRAFT
Tagged Passions:recognition and opioid abuse

PROCLAMATION OF SUPPORT FOR OPIOID ADDICTION AWARENESS APRIL 27 29, 2018

Tagged Passions:recognition and opioid abuse

WHEREAS, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners understands the major health

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

problem of Opioid overdoses in the United States, the state of North Carolina and Brunswick County; and

WHEREAS, opioid overdoses have contributed significantly to accidental deaths among those who use, misuse or abuse illicit and prescription opioids; and
Tagged Passions:opioid abuse and drugs

WHEREAS, United States overdose deaths involving prescription opioid analgesics

increased to about 15,000 deaths a year in 2016, almost double the number in 2001; and WHEREAS, an Opioid Task Force was organized in February 2017 by Superior Court Judge

Tagged Passions:legal, opioid abuse, judge, drugs, and court

Ola Lewis and Sheriff John Ingram V; faith-based community representatives came together as one of four workgroups contributing to the report; and

WHEREAS, the Opioid Task Force produced a report and recommendations that were presented to the Brunswick County Commissioners for consideration; and WHEREAS, on December 4, 2017 the Brunswick County Commissioners adopted a resolution to declare and abate a public nuisance regarding the manufacture and distribution of opioids. The resolution states that the opioid crisis is having an extended and far reaching impact on the public, health and safety of residents and citizens of Brunswick County and must be abated. WHEREAS, regional faith based communities are coming together to provide education and awareness to combat this public health crisis by encouraging others in prevention, treatment and support of all those whose lives are affected by this epidemic. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED, that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners supports the observance of Opioid Addiction Awareness during the weekend of April 27-29, 2018 by faith communities, individuals, families, groups and organizations within Brunswick County and the region to declare solidarity and encouragement through the common observance of constructive programs of prayer, providing resources and forgiveness to those afflicted with opioid substance abuse disorder, and seeking the development of adequate treatment within our society. This the 19th day of March, 2018. Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Commissioners Attest: Andrea White Clerk to the Board

Tagged Passions:education, public safety, opioid abuse, development, religion, health, program, and Development

4.
Board Appointment - Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee - District 1 Reappointed Ms. Holly Brenneman to the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee, District 1, for a 3-year term expiring March 19, 2021.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments and seniors

5.
Clerk to the Board - Meeting Minutes

No additional detail provided

DRAFT Approved the draft minutes for the February 19, 2018 Goals Workshop and the February 19, 2018 Regular Meeting.

6.
Clerk to the Board - Resolution Establishing the Regular Meeting Schedule for FY 2018-2019 Approved a Resolution establishing the Regular Meeting Schedule for FY 2018-2019.

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RESOLUTION OF THE BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ESTABLISHING THE FY 2018-2019 REGULAR MEETING SCHEDULE

WHEREAS, N.C.G.S. 153A-40, provides for a resolution establishing regular meeting dates of the Board of Commissioners.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners establishes the FY 2018-2019 meeting schedule to include one Regular meeting to occur the first Monday of each month at 3:00 p.m. and one Regular meeting to occur the third Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m., excluding holidays as shown below, and that such meetings will be held in the David R. Sandifer County Administration Building, 30 Government Center Drive NE, Bolivia, NC, in the County Commissioners Chambers. Special meetings will be scheduled as needed. REGULAR MEETING SCHEDULE July 16, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. January 7, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. August 6, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. January 22, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. August 20, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. February 4, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. September 17, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. February 18, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. October 1, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. March 4, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. October 15, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. March 18, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. November 5, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. April 1, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. December 3, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. April 15, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. December 17, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. May 6, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. May 20, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. June 3, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. June 17, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.
Tagged Passions:holiday

Adopted this the 19th day of March, 2018. Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Board of Commissioners

ATTEST: Andrea White Clerk to the Board

7.
County Attorney - Easement Request Approved an easement to Piedmont Natural Gas Company to serve Verizon in the Leland Industrial Park.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, natural gas, Telecommunications, telecommunications, industrial, easement, and parks

8.
County Attorney - Russell Butts Heir Property to Surplus Declared a piece of property obtained by the County through tax foreclosure as surplus property to be placed on the County s website for possible future purchase.

DRAFT

Tagged Passions:legal, taxes, property, Taxes, purchasing, and surplus

9.
County Attorney - Deed of Dedication for Sunset Ridge Phase 4 Section 3 Accepted the Deed of Dedication for water and sewer infrastructure for Sunset Ridge, Phase 4, Section 3.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, Utility, utility, sewer, and water

10.
Emergency Services - FY 2017 EMPG Supplemental Funding

Approved the FY 2017 Supplemental Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) grant award and cost report for Brunswick County and authorized the Finance Director and Director of Emergency Services to sign the cost report associated with this grant.

Tagged Passions:services, finance, funding, grant, emergency, and performance

11.
Engineering - Carolina Shores North Sewer SAD (29) - Contractor Final Adjusting Deductive Change Order Approved the final adjusting change order with Carmichael Construction Company, Inc., for the Carolina Shores North Sewer SAD (29) project in the deductive amount of ( 82,573.42).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, construction, utility, and sewer

12.
Engineering - Hwy 74/76 Warehouse Fire Protection Water Main Construction Contract Approved the Notice of Award to Carolina Civilworks, Inc. for the Hwy. 74/76 Warehouse Fire Protection Water Main in the amount of 1,015,039.00 with subsequent execution of the construction contract upon the County Attorney s review and approval of the contract, pay and performance bonds, certificate of insurance, and E-Verify Affidavit.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, legal, Utility, construction, insurance, utility, performance, bond, and water

13.
Finance - Fiscal Items Approved Budget Amendments, Capital Project Ordinances and Fiscal Items of a routine nature presented on the consent agenda.

- LIEAP Energy Program Budget Amendment Appropriated 55,727 of additional Federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Funds for use in the Brunswick County LIEAP Program.
Tagged Passions:budget, capital spending, ordinance, poverty, Capital Spending, energy, program, finance, and funding

- Airport Grant 36244.58.10.3 and 36244.58.10.2 Grant Agreements, Resolution,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:airport and grant

Budget Amendment and Grant Ordinance. Approved and authorized the chairman to sign the grant agreements and resolutions for Airport Grants 36244.58.10.3 in the amount of 460,982 with a local match of 51,221 and 36244.58.10.2 in the amount of 2,000,000 with no local match. The grant and local match were approved on the February 5, 2018 Board of Commissioners meeting. NC Department of Transportation split the grant into two grants in order to simplify processing of reimbursements and paperwork due to the differing local match requirements. Transferred 512,203 of funding to new airport grant 36244.58.10.3 to accurately reflect the changes from NCDOT-Aviation Division.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, ordinance, airport, funding, grant, and transportation

- Schools 2016 Bond Referendum Projects Budget Amendment and Project

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, education, referendum, and bond

Ordinance The Board of Education approved at their March 2, 2018 meeting and requested the Board of Commissioners to approve two transfers from the School Capital Funds held by the County for the benefit of the schools in the School Capital Reserves: (1) Transferred 2,000,000 of Sales Tax Contingency and 100,000 of Ad Valorem Contingency funds to the project for the Town Creek site work. This advanced funding will be reimbursed with the Phase 1 GO Bond issue and funds returned to the School Capital Reserves held by the County for the benefit of the Schools. (2) Transferred 2,840,000 Ad Valorem Contingency to project for the Town Creek unanticipated code

DRAFT work, unsuitable soils, grade adjustment, water pressure and gym/stage enlargement. Note that the 2,840,000 is not advanced funding and will not be reimbursed from Phase 1 GO Bond issue.

Tagged Passions:taxes, education, Taxes, ordinance, Utility, ad valorem, sale, funding, utility, bond, and water

- Financial Reports for February 2018 (unaudited)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:financial report and finance

Included are Summary Information for General and Enterprise Funds, key indicators of Revenues and Expenditures and Cash and Investments. All reports provided at: www.brunswickcountync.gov/finance/reports.

Tagged Passions:investment, finance, and funding

14.
GIS - Street Adoptions

Approved first reading of the street names and set the date for the Public Hearing as April 16, 2018.

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, and GIS

15.
Health Services - Communicable Disease Annual Report

Reviewed and approved the 2017 Communicable Disease Annual Report.

Tagged Passions:services and health

16.
Health and Human Services - Health Services - FY18-19 State Consolidated Agreement

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and health

Approval Reviewed and approved the consolidated agreement for FY18-19 between the State of North Carolina and Brunswick County Health Services.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and health

17.
Health and Human Services - The Toner Exchange Contract Renewal Approved the renewal contract of 25,587 per annum for three years with The Toner Exchange.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and health

18.
Operation Services - Increase in Construction Demolition Waste Disposal Transfer

Approved the increase of Construction Demolition waste transferred to the Sampson County Landfill to 75 of tonnage from the current 50 .

Tagged Passions:demolition, services, landfill, construction, and solid waste

19.
Planning - Fee Deferral Agreement: Coastal Commons Senior Living Community Affordable Housing Development Adopted a resolution approving a fee deferral agreement related to the payment of County water and sewer fees to support the tax credit application for Coastal Commons Senior Living Community Affordable Housing Development.

RESOLUTION APPROVING AN AGREEMENT DEFERRING UP TO 150,000 IN COUNTY FEES RELATED TO WATER AND SEWER SERVICE FOR THE PROPOSED COASTAL COMMONS PROJECT In consideration of the proposed Coastal Commons senior living housing development located on Beach Drive (NC 179) on the mainland portion of the Ocean Isle Beach and within the Ocean Isle Beach Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). WHEREAS, the proposed Coastal Commons senior living housing development project is submitting a full application under the 2018 Housing Tax Credit competition cycle; and

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, Utility, development, beach, planning, Development, utility, housing, sewer, and water

WHEREAS, Brunswick County is the fastest growing county in North Carolina (2016) and

the southern portion of the county, especially senior aged population, is a major driver of the growth; and WHEREAS, the need for affordable senior housing in Brunswick County, especially in the southern portion of the County, have historically been greatly under supplied; and DRAFT WHEREAS, the NC Office of Budget Management population projections indicates

Tagged Passions:budget, housing, and growth

significant population growth to continue, adding over 65,000 people by 2037; and

WHEREAS, the location of the proposed project is very suitable, with convenient access to shopping and other services. The Sunset Beach Town Council approved rezoning of the site to accommodate the project; and WHEREAS, the project as proposed will assist in meeting the County s affordable housing goal; and WHEREAS, on March 19, 2018 the Board of Commissioners approved a letter expressing unqualified support for the tax credit application for the project. RESOLVED, the Commissioners of Brunswick County do hereby approve an agreement deferring County fees related to water and sewer service up to 150,000 to be repaid over a twenty- year period with an interest rate of two (2) percent.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, services, council, Utility, beach, utility, zoning, housing, growth, sewer, and water

Approved this 19th day of March, 2018.

Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Commissioners Attest: Andrea White, Clerk to the Board

20.
Planning - Resolutions of Support for the NCDOT High Impact / Low Cost Projects

Adopted resolutions in support of the NCDOT High Impact / Low Cost Program funding three road improvement projects to improve public safety and mobility (Projects WBS 47783, WBS 47879, and WBS 80084). RESOLUTION SUPPORTING PROJECT WBS 47783 TO INSTALL A TRAFFIC SIGNAL
Tagged Passions:streets, public safety, program, planning, funding, and traffic

AT US 17 AND THE SOUTHBOUND LEFTOVER LANE ONTO THE SOUTHERN INTERSECTION OF NC 87

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WHEREAS, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners considers public safety one of

its most important responsibilities; and WHEREAS, the safe and efficient movement of traffic is a key element to public safety for residents and visitors; and WHEREAS, the NC Department of Transportation has determined that Project WBS 47783 will have a high impact on residents and visitors; and WHEREAS, Project WBS 47783 proposes to install a traffic signal at US 17 and the

Tagged Passions:public safety, transportation, and traffic

southbound leftover lane onto the southern intersection of NC 87 to improve traffic safety; and

WHEREAS, the cost of the improvements, estimated at 145,000, will be funded by the

Tagged Passions:traffic

State of North Carolina.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners hereby supports NCDOT High Impact / Low Cost Project WBS 47783 to install a traffic signal at the intersection of US 17 and NC 87, at an estimated cost of 145,000, to be funded by the State of North Carolina.
Tagged Passions:traffic

Approved this 19th day of March, 2018.

DRAFT Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Commissioners Attest: Andrea White, Clerk to the Board RESOLUTION SUPPORTING PROJECT WBS 47879 TO INSTALL TRAFFIC SIGNALS AT THE INTERSECTIONS ON US 17 AT THE SOUTHBOUND LEFTOVER ONTO SR
Tagged Passions:traffic

1184 (OCEAN ISLE BEACH ROAD) AND AT THE NORTHBOUND TO SOUTHBOUND U- TURN APPROXIMATELY 875 FEET NORTHEAST OF THE REFERENCED

INTERSECTION
Tagged Passions:streets and beach

WHEREAS, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners considers public safety one of

its most important responsibilities; and WHEREAS, the safe and efficient movement of traffic is a key element to public safety for residents and visitors; and WHEREAS, the NC Department of Transportation has determined that Project WBS 47879 will have a high impact on residents and visitors; and WHEREAS, Project WBS 47879 proposes to install traffic signals at the intersections on US 17 at the southbound leftover onto SR 1184 (Ocean Isle Beach Road) and at the northbound to southbound U-turn approximately 875 feet northeast of the referenced intersection to improve traffic safety; and WHEREAS, the cost of the improvements, estimated at 345,000, will be funded by the

Tagged Passions:streets, public safety, beach, transportation, and traffic

State of North Carolina.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners hereby supports NCDOT High Impact / Low Cost Project WBS 47879 to install traffic signals at the intersections on US 17 at the southbound leftover onto SR 1184 (Ocean Isle Beach Road) and at the northbound to southbound U-turn approximately 875 feet northeast of the referenced intersection, at an estimated cost of 345,000, to be funded by the State of North Carolina.
Tagged Passions:streets, beach, and traffic

Approved this 19th day of March, 2018.

Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Commissioners Attest: Andrea White, Clerk to the Board RESOLUTION SUPPORTING PROJECT WBS 80084 TO REPAIR FLOODING ISSUES ON NC 133 (RIVER RD) NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF SR 1521 (FUNSTON ROAD SE), APPROXIMATELY 1-MILE IN EACH DIRECTION OF INTERSECTION
Tagged Passions:streets, flooding, and watershed

WHEREAS, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners considers public safety one of its most important responsibilities; and

WHEREAS, the safe and efficient movement of traffic is a key element to public safety for residents and visitors; and WHEREAS, NC 133 is considered an evacuation route for the Brunswick Nuclear Plant; and DRAFT WHEREAS, the NC Department of Transportation has determined that Project WBS 80084 will have a high impact on residents and visitors; and WHEREAS, Project WBS 80084 proposes to repair flooding issues on NC 133 (River Rd) near the intersection of SR 1521 (Funston Road SE), approximately 1-mile in each direction of intersection to improve traffic safety and traffic flow along NC 133; and WHEREAS, the cost of the improvements, estimated at 1,000,000, will be funded by the State of North Carolina. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners hereby supports NCDOT High Impact / Low Cost Project WBS 80084 to repair flooding issues on NC 133 (River Rd) near the intersection of SR 1521 (Funston Road SE), approximately 1-mile in each direction of intersection, at an estimated cost of 1,000,000, to be funded by the State of North Carolina.

Tagged Passions:streets, public safety, plant, nuclear, flooding, watershed, electric, transportation, and traffic

Approved this 19th day of March, 2018.

Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Commissioners Attest: Andrea White, Clerk to the Board

21.
Register of Deeds - Preservation of Record Books

Concurred and authorized the removal of records from the Register of Deed s office to the Kofile Technologies facility for a period of no more than 90 days from the approval of said Board.

Tagged Passions:preservation and facility

22.
Tax - March 2018 Releases

Approved the March 2018 tax releases.

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

VI.
PRESENTATION

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1.
Governing Body - Proposed Revisions to the Animal Control Ordinance (Commissioner Sykes) Request that the Board of Commissioners consider proposed revisions to the Animal Control Ordinance.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:pets, ordinance, and animal control

Commissioner Sykes explained that the proposed resolution was a compromise that would protect personal property rights and assist the Sheriff s Office Animal Services in performing their duties. She further explained that the resolution would do away with the logging chains, choke collars and other devices that would harm the animal. She introduced Captain Tommy Tolley, Brunswick County Animal Protective Services, to provide comments.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property, public safety, services, and animal control

Captain Tolley explained that the record shows how the Sheriff feels about animal welfare in Brunswick County and welcomed measures that would improve and provide officers with more tools to assist them with carrying out their duties.

Commissioner Sykes moved to accept the proposed revisions to the Animal Control Ordinance. Chairman Williams asked for discussion. DRAFT Following a brief discussion, Chairman Williams called the question. The vote of approval was unanimous.

Tagged Passions:pets, public safety, ordinance, and animal control

2.
Governing Body - Resolution to Request NCDEQ to Require Tenants of Fayetteville Works to Cease Operations that Result in the Production of Fluorochemical Compounds (Vice-Chairman Thompson) Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a Resolution requesting NCDEQ to require tenants of the Fayetteville Works site to cease operations that result in the production of fluorochemical compounds.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rental

Vice-Chairman Thompson moved to approve a Resolution requesting that NCDEQ require the tenants of the Fayetteville Works site to cease operations that result in the production of fluorochemical compounds that Brunswick County is having to deal with in the public water system.

Chairman Williams asked for discussion. Commissioner Forte asked that Vice-Chairman Thompson rescind the request for a resolution and instead, send a letter from the Chairman.
Tagged Passions:Utility, rental, utility, and water

Following discussion, Vice-Chairman Thompson amended his motion to include the resolution, a letter, and a phone call to the Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality.

Chairman Williams called the question on the amended motion to include the resolution, a letter, and a phone call. The vote of approval was unanimous. RESOLUTION REQUESTING NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TO REQUIRE TENANTS OF THE FAYETTEVILLE WORKS SITE TO CEASE OPERATIONS THAT RESULT IN THE PRODUCTION OF FLUOROCHEMICAL COMPOUNDS WHEREAS, Brunswick County Public Utilities furnishes water to the citizens of Brunswick County and municipalities; and WHEREAS, tenants of the Fayetteville Works site have released, and continue to release, GenX and other fluorochemical compounds into the Cape Fear River from the manufacturing facility located in Fayetteville, North Carolina; and WHEREAS, the Chemours company claims it trucks wastewater containing fluorochemicals off-site, but fluorochemical compounds continue to be detected at varying levels in the Cape Fear River and in Brunswick County s treated drinking water; and WHEREAS, tenants of the Fayetteville Works site have repeatedly demonstrated that they are not capable of continuing operations at the facility in a manner that does not cause the release of GenX and other fluorochemical compounds into the Cape Fear River; and WHEREAS, Brunswick County Public Utilities uses the Cape Fear River as source water for the majority of over 80,000 customers supplied through retail and wholesale service; and

Tagged Passions:Utility, rental, watershed, environment, utility, transportation, facility, sewer, and water

DRAFT WHEREAS, the Northwest Water Treatment Plant, owned and operated by Brunswick

County Public Utilities is unable to filter certain unregulated contaminants out of the drinking water; and WHEREAS, the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) Division of Water Resources is tasked with ensuring safe drinking water in accordance with federal requirements, issuing pollution control permits, monitoring permit compliance, evaluating environmental water quality and carrying out enforcement actions for violations of environmental regulations. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners requests that NCDEQ immediately require all tenants of the Fayetteville Works site cease operations that result in the production of fluorochemical compounds due to their inability to operate without discharging fluorochemical compounds into the Cape Fear River. This 19th day of March, 2018. Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Commissioners Attest: Andrea White, Clerk to the Board
Tagged Passions:compliance, Utility, rental, plant, watershed, environment, utility, regulation, and water

3.
Utilities - Draft of CDM Smith Engineering Report of Water Treatment Options for the Northwest Water Treatment Plant (John Nichols, Director of Public Utilities and Ann Hardy, County Manager) Request that the Board of Commissioners receive information from CDM Smith regarding preliminary water treatment options for the Northwest Water Treatment Plant (NWWTP), budgetary cost information for the NWWTP upgrades, initial reverse osmosis pilot testing data, and information regarding treatment goals.

Tagged Passions:budget, administrator, manager, Utility, plant, utility, and water

Mr. Nichols explained that the Consultant, CDM Smith, has been very diligent in studying Brunswick County s water treatment options for the Northwest Water Treatment Plant. Within three months, they have completed a desktop analysis, set up a Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant, collected data, and completed a preliminary report which will be presented to the Board at this meeting. He further explained that county staff is in agreement with the information and recommendations being presented, and that the recommendations are for Brunswick County s Northwest Water Treatment Plant only.

Mr. Reed Barton and Mr. Bill Dowbiggin presented the draft report to the Board. The report included a recommendation of Low Pressure Reverse Osmosis as the best solution for Brunswick County. Mrs. Hardy reviewed potential water rates for a typical homeowner and for wholesale and industrial customers. She explained that the cost of the RO advance treatment, the plant expansion, and the raw waterline construction to meet the needs through approximately 2062 were taken into consideration, and that the County would still meet the debt service obligations that the County has with the bond trustees. Commissioner Cooke briefly stepped out of the meeting at 7:55 p.m., unexcused, and returned to the meeting at 7:57 p.m. No action was taken. DRAFT

Tagged Passions:services, Utility, expansion, rates, plant, construction, industrial, utility, bond, and water

VII.
PUBLIC HEARING

Pursuant to notice duly advertised and posted, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners conducted Public Hearings in the Commissioners Chambers, David R. Sandifer Administration Building, County Government Center, Bolivia, North Carolina.

Tagged Passions:hearing and advertising

1.
Planning - Rezoning Case Z-759 (Kirstie Dixon, Director of Planning)

Request that, after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners approve First and Second Readings to amend the Official Unified Development Ordinance Zoning Map from R-6000 (High Density Residential) and C-LD (Commercial Low Density) to C-LD (Commercial Low Density) with an associated CAMA Land Use Plan Map from LDR (Low Density Residential) and MDR (Medium Density Residential) to Commercial (UDO-18-759).

Tagged Passions:hearing, commercial, ordinance, development, UDO, planning, Development, and zoning

Ms. Kirstie Dixon, Planning Director, explained that Rezoning Case Z-759 is a 67.34-acre tract consisting of four parcels. It is a conventional rezoning and is currently zoned R-6000 and C- LD with three parcels that are split-zoned. The applicant is requesting a rezoning to C-LD. Ms. Dixon further explained that the rezoning is not consistent with the Land Use Plan. The Land Use Plan has the parcels Medium Density Residential and Low Density Residential, therefore the applicant has also requested a Land Use Amendment.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property, planning, and zoning

CALL TO ORDER

Chairman Williams opened the Public Hearing at 7:59 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENTS Chairman Williams asked for questions from the Board. Hearing none, he asked for Public Comments. The following individuals spoke:
Tagged Passions:hearing

1.
Mr. Robert Bloodworth, resident of Supply, requested information on the planned use for

the property and access to the property. Chairman Williams explained the responsibility of the Board with regard to zoning. Ms. Dixon offered the opportunity for Mr. Bloodworth to speak with the applicant following the meeting and noted that information regarding access to the property was included in the Planning Board minutes.

Tagged Passions:property, planning, and zoning

2.
Mr. Sammy Varnam, Applicant, explained that he bought the property and made the request so that the zoning would be consistent.

ADJOURN Chairman Williams closed the Public Hearing at 8:03 p.m. CONSISTENCY STATEMENT (per N.C.G.S. 153A-341) Description: Rezoning Case Z759

Tagged Passions:hearing, property, and zoning

DRAFT The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners finds that the proposed zoning amendment is not consistent with the CAMA Land Use Plan (Comprehensive Plan) for the following reasons: The proposed zoning amendment is not consistent with the CAMA Land Use Plan; however, an amendment has been requested from LDR (Low Density Residential) and MDR (Medium Density Residential) to Commercial, and there are portions of some parcels currently classified as commercial.

The Board of Commissioners further finds that the proposed zoning amendment is reasonable and in the public interest for the following reasons: There were no objections to the zoning change; there are portions of some parcels currently zoned commercial and this will correct a split-zoning issue; and there is like zoning in the immediate area.

Tagged Passions:commercial, property, strategic, and zoning

Therefore, on the basis of all the information provided including the foregoing, Chairman Williams moved to order approval of the Unified Development Ordinance Zoning Map Amendment with an associated CAMA Land Use Plan Map (UDO-18-759), First and Second Readings. The vote of approval was unanimous.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, UDO, Development, and zoning

2.
Planning - UDO Text Amendment - Temporary Use Permits for Large Events - UDO-18-

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:UDO, planning, and events

02
(Kirstie Dixon, Director of Planning) Request that, after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners approve First and Second Readings to amend the requirements for Temporary Use Permits for Large Events (1,000 Guests or More) in the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO-18-02).

Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, development, UDO, planning, Development, and events

Ms. Kirstie Dixon, Planning Director, explained that as Brunswick County grows in population, requests for large events also grow. Large event requests include festivals, fundraisers, and concerts. Events with 1,000 or more guests are very complex and pose many challenges. They require a lot of coordination with county departments and many county resources. This text amendment will provide a clear and concise approval process for county staff and the applicant.

Commissioner Sykes briefly stepped out of the room, unexcused, at 8:10 p.m.

Tagged Passions:festival, planning, and events

CALL TO ORDER

Following questions and comments by the Board, Chairman Williams opened the Public Hearing at 8:10 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENTS Chairman Williams asked for comments from the public. No one wished to speak. ADJOURN Chairman Williams closed the Public Hearing at 8:11 p.m. CONSISTENCY STATEMENT (per N.C.G.S. 153A-341) Description: Temporary Use Permits Text Amendment The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners finds that the proposed text amendment is consistent with the CAMA Land Use Plan (Comprehensive Plan) for the following reasons:

Tagged Passions:hearing and strategic

DRAFT The proposed text amendment is a modification to existing language to clarify large events of 1,000 guests or more.

The Board of Commissioners further finds that the proposed text amendment is reasonable and in the public interest for the following reasons: The proposed text amendment provides regulations to ensure the public s safety, health and welfare is protected.
Tagged Passions:health, regulation, and events

Therefore, on the basis of all the information provided including the foregoing, Commissioner Forte moved to order approval of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO-18-02) for Temporary Use Permits for Large Events, First and Second Readings. The vote of approval was unanimous (Commissioner Sykes was out of the room during the vote, unexcused, therefore her vote counts in the affirmative per Brunswick County Rules of Procedure Sec. 1- 2-102.)

Commissioner Sykes returned to the meeting at 8:12 p.m.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, UDO, Development, events, and procedure

3.
Planning - UDO Text Amendments - Solar Farm Requirements (Kirstie Dixon, Director

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:UDO, agriculture, and planning

of Planning) Request that, after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners approve First and Second Readings to amend the solar farm requirements in the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO- 18-01).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, development, UDO, agriculture, planning, and Development

Ms. Kirstie Dixon, Planning Director, explained that this item was before the Board of Commissioners in November and feedback was received from the public during the Public Hearing. The Board recommended, at that time, to return the item to the Planning Board for further study. Following discussions and a second Public Hearing in February, the Planning Board recommends using the existing text amendment with the following changes: (1) eliminate the size limitation; (2) eliminate the 3-year update requirement, only requiring update upon change of ownership; (3) eliminate the improvement guarantee requirement (bonding); and (4) require a special use permit for solar farms and not by Limited Use standards.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:hearing, agriculture, planning, and bond

CALL TO ORDER

Following questions and comments by the Board, Chairman Williams opened the Public Hearing at 8:15 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENTS Chairman Williams asked for Public Comments. The following individuals spoke:

Tagged Passions:hearing

1.
Mr. Peter Key, resident of Oak Island, thanked that Board for reconsidering this

amendment and expressed his desire for a bonding process. ADJOURN Chairman Williams closed the Public Hearing at 8:16 p.m. CONSISTENCY STATEMENT (per N.C.G.S. 153A-341) Description: Solar Farm Text Amendment

Tagged Passions:hearing, agriculture, and bond

DRAFT The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners finds that the proposed text amendment is consistent with the CAMA Land Use Plan (Comprehensive Plan) for the following reasons: The proposed text amendment only changes requirements for one use, thus creating no major impact.

The Board of Commissioners further finds that the proposed text amendment is reasonable and in the public interest for the following reasons: The proposed text amendment addresses public concerns and gives property owners discretion in using their property. The proposed use was also reviewed by the Board of Adjustment.

Tagged Passions:property and strategic

Therefore, on the basis of all the information provided including the foregoing, Commissioner Sykes moved to order approval of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO-18-01) with regard to solar farm requirements, First and Second Readings. The vote of approval was unanimous.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, UDO, agriculture, and Development

Commissioner Forte stepped out of the room at 8:18 p.m., unexcused, and returned at 8:19 p.m.

VIII.
ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT

No additional detail provided

1.
Administration - Surplus Property Offers (Steve Stone, Deputy County Manager) Request that the Board of Commissioners consider offers that have been submitted for six surplus parcels.

Mr. Stone presented the following parcels: Parcel Location Size Tax Value Acquired Cost Bid 17900004 Rustic Trail, Longwood 8.6 acres 17,460.00 9/20/2017 2,148.33 1520000107 .6 mi W. Of Animal Srvc. 3.94 acres 15,600.00 9/20/2017 2,902.11 00500015 Northwest 13.58 acres 42,720.00 3/27/2017 2,455.58 7,506.02 7,700.00 Commissioner Sykes moved to accept the bid of 7,700.00 for Parcels 17900004, 1520000107, 00500015 as presented. Chairman Williams asked for discussion. Hearing none, he called the question. The vote of approval was unanimous. Mr. Stone presented the following parcels: Parcel Location Size Tax Value Acquired Cost Bid 218AA132 688 Madeira Islands Dr., SW .46 acre 15,000.00 3/27/2017 5,093.53 5,100.00 18400039 750 Turnpike Rd., SW .95 acre 20,750.00 11/4/2013 12,358.55 8,000.00

Tagged Passions:hearing, taxes, administrator, property, rfp, RFP, manager, Taxes, surplus, and trails

0270002108 6510 Alston Tr., NE .7 acre 7,680.00 5/23/2011 2,626.51 700.00

Following discussion, Chairman Williams moved to accept each bid as presented. Chairman Williams asked for discussion on the motion. Hearing none, he called the question. The vote of approval was unanimous.
Tagged Passions:hearing, rfp, and RFP

2.
Parks Recreation - Submission for Public Access Grant to Develop Brunswick Waterway Park Phase 3 (Aaron Perkins, Director of Parks Recreation)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, recreation, and parks

DRAFT Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the submission of a pre-application and grant application for a Public Access Grant for the Brunswick Waterway Park Phase 3.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant and parks

Mr. Perkins explained that the Division of Coastal Management awards 1 million each year to local governments for public access to coastal waterfronts on the east coast of North Carolina. Two grants have previously been submitted and awarded. The Public Access Grant for the Brunswick Waterway Park Phase 3 will require a 25 match (12.5 cash and 12.5 in-kind). The pre-submission for Phase 3 will ask for site preparation, a transit dock, boardwalk and trails, site furnishings, site elements, and project oversight. Mr. Perkins further explained that most of the items are an extension of the two previously approved grants.

Commissioner Cooke moved to approve the Public Access Grant submission as presented. Chairman Williams asked for discussion. Following a brief discussion. Chairman Williams called the question. The motion carried 4 to 1. (Ayes Williams, Cooke, Sykes, Forte. Nays Thompson)

Tagged Passions:boating, trails, grant, and parks

VIII.
OTHER BUSINESS/INFORMAL DISCUSSION

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business

Chairman Williams asked if there were any other items of business or discussion. No items were presented.

Tagged Passions:business

IX.
ADJOURNMENT

Commissioner Cooke moved to adjourn at 8:28 p.m. The vote of approval was unanimous. _______________________________________ Frank Williams, Chairman Brunswick County Board of Commissioners Attest:

_______________________________________ Andrea White, NCCCC Clerk to the Board

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

Action Item V. - 6. From: Julie A. Miller

No additional detail provided

Finance - Fiscal Items

Tagged Passions:finance

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners approve Budget Amendments, Capital Project Ordinances and Fiscal Items of a routine nature presented on the consent agenda.

-Sunset Harbor Water Main Budget Amendment Transfer 21,000 from water capital reserve undesignated to the Sunset Harbor Water Main project for payment and recording of two easements associated with the project. -Operation Services Insurance Proceeds Budget Amendment Appropriate insurance proceeds of 32,904 for repair and maintenance equipment for lightning strike damages to elevator. -Schools 2016 Bond Referendum Project Budget Amendments and CPO Adjustment Adjustment is for the advanced funding of 2016 Bond Referendum Projects. For simplification in school project accounting, the budget amendment appropriates the anticipated GO debt proceeds for approved project advancements and returns funds advanced from School Reserves. The finance officer can pre-audit contracts for projects in the Capital Improvement Plan that will be funded with debt proceeds. -Schools 2016 Bond Referendum Project Budget Amendments and CPO Appropriates 1,000,000 of GO Bond advance funding for the Technology Infrastructure Upgrades approved by the Board of Education as part of the Phase 1 GO Bond Projects.

Tagged Passions:contract, budget, education, capital spending, audit, services, ordinance, Capital Spending, Utility, Technology, boating, ports, equipment, technology, easement, finance, funding, insurance, referendum, utility, bond, and water

-Brunswick County Schools appropriation for school technology improvements The Board of Education approved at their last meeting utilizing 900,000 of their fund balance they hold for school technology improvements.

-Courthouse Project Budget Amendment Transfer 25,000 of undesignated funds from county capital reserve to the courthouse project for site survey, geotechnical investigation and miscellaneous small administrative expenditures associated with the project. -West Brunswick Regional Capital and Replacement Budget Amendment Transfer 100,635 of capital and replacement reserve funding designated for West Brunswick Regional Wastewater to the West budget for reimbursement of rewiring to headworks and Xylem Water for the Oak Island Repump Station pump repair.
Tagged Passions:budget, education, Utility, Technology, technology, funding, utility, sewer, and water

-Horticulture Program Revenue Budget Amendment Appropriate 1,626 of horticulture program revenue for use in the horticulture program and for installation of a new fence at the greenhouse.

-Financial Reports for March 2018 (unaudited) Included are Summary Information for General and Enterprise Funds, key indicators of Revenues and Expenditures and Cash and Investments. All reports provided at ://brunswickcountync.gov/finance/reports
Tagged Passions:budget, financial report, investment, program, finance, and funding

Background/Purpose of Request:

Fiscal Impact: Budget Amendment Required, Capital Project/Grant Ordinance Required, Pre-Audit Certification Required, Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations Approved By County Attorney: Yes
Tagged Passions:legal, budget, capital spending, audit, ordinance, Capital Spending, and grant

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners approve Budget Amendments, Capital Project Ordinances and Fiscal Items of a routine nature presented on the consent agenda.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, administrator, manager, capital spending, ordinance, and Capital Spending

ATTACHMENTS: Description 20180416 Budget Amendment Sunset Harbor Water Main Reserve 20180416 Budget Amendment Sunset Harbor Water Main 20180416 CPO Sunset Harbor 20180416 Budget Amendment Elevator Repairs 20180416 CPO Brunswick County Schools Capital Project 20180416 Budget Amendment Bond Referendum Project Advanced Funding 20180416 Attach School BA approval for advanced funding debt proceeds 20180416 CPO Brunswick County Schools Bond Referendum Project 20180416 Budget Amendment Courthouse Renovation Reserve 20180416 Budget Amendment Courthouse Renovation 20180416 CPO Courthouse Renovation Project 20180416 Budget Amendment West Capital and Replacement 20180416 Budget Amendment West Capital and Replacement Reserve 20180416 Budget Amendment BCC Roof Replacement 20180416 Budget Amendment Horticulture Program Revenue March Monthly Financial Statements

nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description Sunset Harbor Water Main Res
Tagged Passions:budget, education, capital spending, Capital Spending, Utility, boating, financial report, ports, program, finance, funding, referendum, utility, bond, and water

Justification Board Meeting 4/16/2018-Transfer 21,000 from water capital reserve undesignated to the Sunset Harbor Water Main project for payment and recording of two easements associated with the project.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:Utility, boating, ports, easement, utility, and water

419800 464299 Interfund Trans Water Cap Rsv Undesignated Funds -21000 Decrease Credit

Tagged Passions:Utility, funding, utility, and water

419800 398661 Interfund Trans Water Cap Rsv Trans Frm Water Fund -21000 Decrease Debit

Total Grand Total: -42000 nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description Sunset Harbor Water Main
Tagged Passions:budget, Utility, boating, ports, utility, and water

Justification Board Meeting 4/16/2018-Transfer 21,000 from water capital reserve undesignated to the Sunset Harbor Water Main project for payment and recording of two easements associated with the project.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:Utility, boating, ports, easement, utility, and water

418287 398661 Sunset Harbor Water Main Trans Frm Water Fund 21000 Increase Credit

Tagged Passions:Utility, boating, ports, utility, and water

418287 464002 Sunset Harbor Water Main Construction 21000 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 42000
Tagged Passions:Utility, boating, ports, construction, utility, and water

Capital Projects Fund:

Tagged Passions:capital spending and Capital Spending

Water Capital ProjectsFund: Revenues: Transfer from Water Fund 91,000 Total Water Capital Project Revenues 91,000

Expenditures: Arch/Eng/Legal 70,000 Construction 21,000 Total Water Capital Project Expenditures 91,000 Section 2. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available in the Brunswick County Water Fund: Current Funds Appropriated 91,000 Section 3. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Brunswick County Water Fund: Contribution to Capital Project Fund 91,000 Section 4. This Capital Project Ordinance shall be entered into the minutes of the April 16, 2018 meeting of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners.
Tagged Passions:legal, capital spending, ordinance, Capital Spending, Utility, construction, funding, utility, and water

13.2 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, the following ordinance is hereby adopted:

Section 1. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Brunswick County Water
Tagged Passions:ordinance, Utility, utility, and water

COUNTY OF BRUNSWICK, NORTH CAROLINA CAPITAL PROJECT ORDINANCE

Sunset Harbor Water Main (418287)
Tagged Passions:capital spending, ordinance, Capital Spending, Utility, boating, ports, utility, and water

Be it ordained by the Board of County Commissioners of Brunswick County that pursuant to Section

nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description Elevator Repairs

Tagged Passions:budget

Justification Board Meeting 4/16/18-Appropriate insurance reimbursements of 32,904 to repair and maintenance equipment for lightning strike damages to elevator.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:equipment and insurance

104280 383913 Operation Services Insurance Refund 32904 Increase Credit

Tagged Passions:services and insurance

104280 435200 Operation Services Repair and Maint - Equipment 32904 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 65808 Brunswick County Schools Capital Project Revenues: NC Education Lottery 7,082,039 Investment Earnings 9,907 Transfer from General Fund 28,668,999 Transfer from Special SCRS PRC495 3,628,226 Transfer SCRS PRC077 13,832,255 Fund Balance Appropriated 6,542,506 Total School Capital Project Fund Revenues 59,763,932
Tagged Passions:education, capital spending, services, gambling, Capital Spending, investment, and equipment

Expenditures: PRC 495 Excess Ad Valorem 17,964,914 PRC 077 Local Option Sales Tax 28,513,681 GF Hold Harmless Medicaid Swap 372,871 Proc NC Education Lottery Expense 7,082,039 Transfer to General Fund 314,013 Ad Valorem Contingency 3,502,860 Sales Tax Contingency 2,013,554 Total School Capital Project Fund Expenditures 59,763,932

Section 2. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available in the Brunswick County General Fund: Current Funds Appropriated 28,668,999 Section 3. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Brunswick County General Fund: Contribution to Capital Project Fund 28,668,999 Section 4. This Capital Project Ordinance shall be entered into the minutes of the April 16, 2018
Tagged Passions:taxes, education, capital spending, Taxes, ordinance, gambling, health insurance, Capital Spending, Local Option Sales Tax, ad valorem, sale, and funding

meeting of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners.

13.2 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, the following ordinance is hereby adopted:

Section 1. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Brunswick County Schools Capital Projects Fund:
Tagged Passions:education, capital spending, ordinance, and Capital Spending

COUNTY OF BRUNSWICK, NORTH CAROLINA CAPITAL PROJECT ORDINANCE

Brunswick County Schools Capital Project (428006)
Tagged Passions:education, capital spending, ordinance, and Capital Spending

Be it ordained by the Board of County Commissioners of Brunswick County that pursuant to Section

nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description Bond Revenue Infrastructure

Tagged Passions:budget and bond

Justification Board Meeting 04/16/2018-Appropriate proceeds from GO Debt in the amount of 1,000,000 for Technology Infrastructure Upgrades approved by the Brunswick County Board of Education on April 10, 2018.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:education, Technology, and technology

428217 391000 2016 Bond Referendum Projects Proceeds Frm GO Debt 1000000 Increase Credit

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:referendum and bond

428217 464002 2016 Bond Referendum Projects Construction 1000000 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 2000000 Bond Referendum Projects Revenues: Proceeds from GO Debt 6,500,000 Transfer from General Fund 2,840,000 Total School Capital Project Fund Revenues 9,340,000 Expenditures: Salary Wages 150,000 Arch/Eng/Legal 2,900,000 Construction 6,290,000 Total School Capital Project Fund Expenditures 9,340,000 Section 2. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available in the Brunswick County General Fund: Current Funds Appropriated 2,840,000 Section 3. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Brunswick County General Fund: Contribution to Capital Project Fund 2,840,000 Section 4. This Capital Project Ordinance shall be entered into the minutes of the April 16, 2018

Tagged Passions:legal, education, capital spending, ordinance, Capital Spending, construction, funding, referendum, and bond

meeting of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners.

13.2 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, the following ordinance is hereby adopted:

Section 1. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Brunswick County Schools Capital Projects Fund:
Tagged Passions:education, capital spending, ordinance, and Capital Spending

COUNTY OF BRUNSWICK, NORTH CAROLINA CAPITAL PROJECT ORDINANCE

Tagged Passions:capital spending, ordinance, and Capital Spending

Bond Referendum Projects (428217)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:referendum and bond

Be it ordained by the Board of County Commissioners of Brunswick County that pursuant to Section

nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description Courthouse Renovation Reserve

Tagged Passions:budget

Justification Board Meeting 4/16/18-Transfer 25,000 of undesignated funds from county capital reserve to the courthouse project for site survey, geotechnical investigation and miscellaneous small administrative expenditures associated with the project.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:funding

439801 464299 Interfund Trans Co Cap Reserve Undesignated Funds -25000 Decrease Credit

Tagged Passions:funding

439801 398110 Interfund Trans Co Cap Reserve Trans Frm General Fund -25000 Decrease Debit

Total Grand Total: -50000 nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description Courthouse Renovation
Tagged Passions:budget

Justification Board Meeting 4/16/18-Transfer 25,000 of undesignated funds from county capital reserve to the courthouse project for site survey, geotechnical investigation and miscellaneous small administrative expenditures associated with the project.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:funding

438207 398110 Court House Renovation Trans Frm General Fund 25000 Increase Credit

Tagged Passions:legal and court

438207 464001 Court House Renovation Arch/Engnrg/Legal 25000 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 50000
Tagged Passions:legal and court

Capital Projects Fund:

County Capital ProjectsFund: Revenues: Transfer from General Fund 1,000,800 Total County Capital Project Revenues 1,000,800 Expenditures: Arch/Eng/Legal 1,000,800 Total County Capital Project Expenditures 1,000,800 Section 2. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available in the Brunswick County General Fund: Current Funds Appropriated 1,000,800 Section 3. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Brunswick County General Fund: Contribution to Capital Project Fund 1,000,800 Section 4. This Capital Project Ordinance shall be entered into the minutes of the April 16, 2018 meeting of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners.
Tagged Passions:legal, capital spending, ordinance, Capital Spending, and funding

13.2 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, the following ordinance is hereby adopted:

Section 1. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Brunswick County
Tagged Passions:ordinance

COUNTY OF BRUNSWICK, NORTH CAROLINA CAPITAL PROJECT ORDINANCE Couthouse Renovation Project

(438207)
Tagged Passions:capital spending, ordinance, and Capital Spending

Be it ordained by the Board of County Commissioners of Brunswick County that pursuant to Section

nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description West Capital and Replacement

Tagged Passions:budget

Justification Board Meeting 04/16/2018-Transfer 100,635 of capital and replacement reserve funding designated for West Brunswick Regional Wastewater to the West budget for reimbursement of rewiring to headworks and Xylem Water for the Oak Island Repump Station pump repair.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:budget, Utility, funding, utility, sewer, and water

627320 398110 West Regional Wastewater Trans Frm General Fund 100635 Increase Credit

Tagged Passions:sewer

627320 435200 West Regional Wastewater Repair and Maint - Equipment 100635 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 201270 nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description West Capital and Replacement Reserve
Tagged Passions:budget, equipment, and sewer

Justification Board Meeting 04/16/2018-Transfer 100,635 of capital and replacement reserve funding designated for West Brunswick Regional Wastewater to the West budget for reimbursement of rewiring to headworks and Xylem Water for the Oak Island Repump Station pump repair.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:budget, Utility, funding, utility, sewer, and water

449800 464339 Interfund Trans Wstwtr Cap Rsv Wes Reg Capital and Replacmt -100635 Decrease Credit

449800 498062 Interfund Trans Wstwtr Cap Rsv Trans To Wastewater Enterprise 100635 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 0 nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description BCC Roof Replacement Justification Board Meeting 04/16/2018-Transfer contingency funds of 215,000 to Brunswick Community College for roof replacement costing 415,000. The college is to use 200,000 of their fund balance and the county will evaluate the Fund Balance derived from county fund at the end of the current fiscal year. Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr 109910 499100 Contingency Contingency -146810 Decrease Credit
Tagged Passions:university, budget, funding, and sewer

109910 499101 Contingency Emergency Contingency -68190 Decrease Credit

Tagged Passions:emergency

105921 465300 Brunswick Community College Capital Outlay-Education(920) 215000 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 0 nfo Request Info Type Budget Amendment Description Horticulture Program Revenue
Tagged Passions:university, budget, education, and program

Justification Board Meeting 4/16/2018-Appropriate 1,626 of horticulture program revenue for use in the horticulture program and for installation of a new fence at the greenhouse.

Originator Tiffany Rogers Items Department Object Dept Desc Object Desc Amount Incr/Decr Dr/Cr
Tagged Passions:program

104950 335033 Cooperative Extension Horticulture Program Fees 1626 Increase Credit

Tagged Passions:program

104950 455000 Cooperative Extension Cap Outlay-Equipment 874 Increase Debit

Tagged Passions:equipment

104950 449954 Cooperative Extension Horticulture Prog Expenditures 752 Increase Debit

Total Grand Total: 3252

COUNTY OF BRUNSWICK NORTH CAROLINA

MONTHLY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (UNAUDITED)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:financial report and finance

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