K. ADJOURNBennie Heath - CharmanJan-les T. Shackleford — Vice ChdrrnMJerry JonæSusan BlzzardAntono
A Place TO Grow-The Live.Home Of Ehe North Carolina Sweet Potato FestivalFrom Kyle J. DeHaven, Count
y ManagerRe: Consent AgendaDate: April 16, 2018The Consent Agenda for the April 16, 2018 meeting consists Of the following items:1.) April 2, 2018 Regular Meeting Minutes2.) Releases/RefundsAction Recommended:Motion to accept the Consent AgendaBoard Action is NeededCountyKyle J. DeHaven
COUNTY OF GREENEThe Greene County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, April 2,
2018 at7:00 pm in the Tech Center. PR-sent for the meeting: Chairman Bennie Ileath, Vice ChairmanJames T. Shackleford, Commissioners Jerry Jones, Susan Blizzard and Antonio Blow,County Attorney Borden Parker, County Manager Kyle DeHaven, and Deputy Clerk KathyMooring.
B. Approval of the AgendaChairman Heath asked for a motion to approve the Agenda with the addition o
f Attorney ClientPrivilege to the Closed Session.On motion by Commissioner Jones and second by Commissioner Shackleford, the Board votedunanimously to approve the Agenda with the addition of Attomey Client Privilege to the ClosedSession.
C. Consent AgendaChairman Heath asked for a motion to approve the Consent Agenda.-March 19, 2018 Reg
ular Meeting Minutes-Releases/Refunds-Resolution of Surplus PropertyOn motion by Commissioner Blow and seconded by Commissioner Jones the Board votedunanimously to approve the Consent Agenda.Refunds: (NCVTS) (TAX & TAG)Harrison Tile Co.$181.19 Georgewashington $4.92Moses Lee Artis, Jr.
1. Rick Davis presented the Industrial Park Proposal with Billy and Donald Dunn for Billy Beer,Inc.
The Dunn's own and operate the Uptown Brewing Co. in Greenville. They are looking toexpand with a new company called Billy Beer, Inc. and need a bigger location/facility. It will bethe first manufacturer of light craft beer in cans in America. Mr. Davis went over the proposaland then asked the Chairman to open the floor for comments/questions. There were none and theChairman closed the Public Hearing. Mr. Davis asked for a motion to approve the proposedbusiness to be located in the NW Industrial Park.On motion by Commissioner Jones and second by Commissioner Shacklefotd the Board votedunanimously to approve the proposed business to be located in the NW Industrial Park.
3. Fred Mitchell, Walstonburg. Mr. Mitchell asked the board to not put a limitation on what goesinto
the wellness center until it is built and we see what is needed.
1. Mike Anderson, Recreation. Mr. Anderson presented the details of a trail grant that wasreceived t
o impmve the trails in the County recreation park. Mr. Anderson stated the 3 outcomesintended for this grant: environmental awareness, social justice and economic impact. Mr.Anderson staled that the only cost to the county will be around $400.00 yearly to maintain signsand equipment. The grant includes 4 grad students to come and work with under privilege kids inconnection with these trails.On motion by Commissioner Jones and second by Commissioner Shackleford to accept thisgrant, the Board voted unanimously to accept this grant.
2. Michael Rhodes; Animal Control Update. Mr. Rhodes could rwt make it to the meeting andMr. DeHaven
is filling in for him. Mr. DeHavenread the Bite Report Investigation that Mr.Rhodes submitted. It is Mr. Rhodes opinion that all required procedures for this animal biteinvestigation have occurred properly.
1. County Manager DeHaven's first order of business was to present an Appointment to theLocal Emerge
ncy Planning Committee. The three needed appointments are Brock Kearney, RobKoen and Brenda Haymond. Mr. DeHaven stated these individuals fill vacancies as required bythe State Commission.On motion by Commissioner Jones and second by Commissioner Shackleford the Board votedunanimously to approve these appointments to the Local Emergency Planning Committee.
2. Mr. DeHaven next presented a reappointment to the East Carolina Workforce DevelopmentBoard. Mr. D
eHaven stated that Tammy Childers, Executive Director of the East CarolinaWorkforce Development Board requested that the following three individuals from our county bereappointed to the ECWD Board for an additional two year appointments. These positions werenot advertised as they are requested reappointments. The individuals are Ms. Judy Darden, Ms.Angela Bates and Mr. Ray Holloman.On motion by Commissioner Jones and second by Commissioner Blow the Board votedunanimously to approve this re-appointmcnt to the ECWD.
3. Mr. Dellaven then presented a Budget Amendment EMS Bay insulation repair. Mr. DeHavenhas received
one quote to repair the EMS bay insulation. He stated he is waiting on a couplemole quotes but wanted to go ahead and get the approval for the budget amendment needed. Hewas asked if the other quotes are less than the budget amendment would the extra monies betransferred back if needed. Mr. Dellaven stated that they would if desired.On motion by Commissioner Jones and second by Commissioner Shackleford the Board votedunanimously to approve the budget amendment.
4. Mr. DeHaven presented a grant opportunity to assist for the expense in our PSAP relocationefforts
. Mission Critical Partners has reached out and introduced themselves as a grant writingentity that works closely with the E-911 Board. Mr. DeHaven stated they have a track record ofsuccess in this niche industry and believe we have a strong case to be awarded a grant. TheBoard asked that a representative of this company come and speak to them.
I. Commissioner's Report and RecommendationsChairman Heath noted that on the day ofour next meeting
(April 16th) there will also be ameeting with the Rural Center at the Tech Center from 10 a.m. to 12 noon to go over their newadvocacy program called Rural Counts. Then from 3 — 5 p.m. Eastpointe will be having a Opioid
A Public hearing is scheduled to receive public comments regarding a proposed subdivision ordinance.
Mr. Brandon Sutton, planning Zoning E911 Addressing Department, Will present the proposed subdivisionOrdinance. He will be available to answer any and all questions pertainingto this proposed ordinance.Action Recommended:After all Public Comment is received, Close Public HearingAnnounce next public Hearing for May 21, 2018 @ 7:00pmBoard action is needed.