ROW working in conjunction with project in Planning. Property owner has asked us to hold off for now. Project 2 - To Mulberry Street Completed FY17. Project 3 Habitat to Ace In design phase. Project 4 - Substation Improvement Work with Duke Energy completed FY16. Project 5 Ace to Summerbrook Dr. In design phase. NORTH MAIN STREET
Change in Wholesale Rate 0.0 0.0 2.5 2.5 Growth 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Factor Actual Actual Actual Budget EYE Budget Projection Projection Projection Projection Expenditures Personnel 2.5 563,071 455,185 548,874 541,698 541,698 680,938 697,961 715,410 733,296 751,628 Operating 2.0 793,401 761,390 776,140 854,549 854,459 927,626 946,179 965,102 984,404 1,004,092 Electrical Power Purchases 4,406,885 4,398,421 4,567,590 4,888,980 4,888,980 4,383,665 4,471,338 4,560,765 4,768,280 4,985,237
Total expenditures 6,344,651 6,132,684 6,485,079 7,087,457 6,893,617 6,829,789 6,861,906 7,617,306 8,210,980 7,740,957 Recommended rate increase 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Revenues Electricity sales 2.0 6,174,266 6,447,950 6,538,641 6,575,801 6,575,801 6,161,713 6,284,947 6,410,646 6,538,859 6,669,636
Action Requested: On May 15, 2015 Officer Jeffrey Heinz used his service weapon to defend his life and the life of Lt. James Quattlebaum after Lt. James Quattlebaum was shot in the line of duty. Once the court proceedings were completed Officer Heinz requested to purchase his service weapon which is a Glock Model 22 Serial NPT 967. His service weapon has great significance to him after this incident and his desire is to not only own the weapon, but to also ensure it never has to be used again in the performance of an officers duty. Due to him changing weapons after this incident, North Carolina General Statute 20-187.2 (b) allows active law enforcement officers to purchase the weapon worn or carried by such member at a price which shall be the average yield to the state from the sale of similar weapons during the preceding year. Officer Heinz has agreed to purchase his weapon for the replacement cost of a similar weapon which totals 437.63. Manager's Recommendation: Approve a Resolution authorizing Officer Heinz to purchase his service weapon. ATTACHMENTS: Name: Description: Type: RES- Authorizing_Sale_of_Weapon.docx Service Revolver Resolution Letter Resolution No. 2018-______ RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF SERVICE PISTOL TO POLICE OFFICER JEFFREY EDWARD HEINZ
Resolution 2018-00884 is hereby made part of the minutes by reference. C. Code of Ordinances Title 9, Section 92.25 Noise Asst. Manager Grant explained that the Code of Ordinances amendment will allow the use of mechanical yard equipment until 9:00 pm daily during Daylight Savings time and golf
Commissioner Miltich made a motion to approve Resolution 2018-00885 to enter into an Interlocal Agreement with the County to provide police services in the Cornelius ETJ and patrol services on Lake Norman and authorized the Town Manager and Attorney to finalize the agreement. Commissioner Ross seconded the motion and it passed unanimously, 4-0. Resolution 2018-00885 is hereby made part of the minutes by reference.
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