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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

TOWN OF CORNELIUS Cornelius Town Hall

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

PRE-MEETING - 5:45 PM FY2019 Budget Workshop
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TOWN BOARD - 7:00 PM

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1.
CALL TO ORDER

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2.
DETERMINATION OF QUORUM

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3.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA

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4.
MOMENT OF SILENCE AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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5.
MAYORAL PROCLAMATIONS

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A.
Small Business Week

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6.
MAYOR/COMMISSIONERS/MANAGER REPORTS

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7.
CITIZEN CONCERNS/COMMENTS

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8.
PRESENTATIONS

A. FY2019 Electric Fund Budget

Tagged Passions:budget and electric

9.
CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL

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A.
Rotary Bench Donation - Smithville Park B. Authorize Sale of Service Revolver

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Tagged Passions:Donation, parks, donation, and sale

10.
CONSENT AGENDA

A.
Approve Minutes - Regular Meeting B. Approve Minutes - Closed Session

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11.
COMMISSIONER CONCERNS

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12.
CLOSED SESSION

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A.
Real Estate Acquisition Matter

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13.
ADJOURNMENT

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Please note that to speak during CITIZENS CONCERNS/COMMENTS or PUBLIC COMMENT, please use the signup sheet provided before the Board meeting and list your name, address and topic. Each speaker will be allowed 3 minutes to speak. A hard stop will occur after 3 minutes for each speaker. Any information displayed must be submitted to the Town Clerk within 48 hours prior meeting.

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REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION

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Date of Meeting: April 16, 2018

To: Mayor and Board of Commissioners

From: Anthony Roberts, Town Manager

Action Requested: Continue discussion of the FY19 operating budget. Manager's Recommendation: Continue discussion.
Tagged Passions:budget and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Name: Description: Type: No Attachments Available

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION

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Date of Meeting: April 16, 2018

To: Mayor and Board of Commissioners

From: Anthony Roberts, Town Manager

Action Requested: Execute a proclamation in support of Small Business Week, April 30th - May 5th. Manager's Recommendation: Execute a Proclamation. ATTACHMENTS: Name: Description: Type:
Tagged Passions:manager, recognition, small business, and business

Small_Business_Week_2018.docx Small Business Week Backup Material

SMALL BUSINESS WEEK PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, The Town of Cornelius recognizes and values the dedication and entrepreneurial spirit of small businesses that keep the State and American economy growing stronger; and WHEREAS, there are over 200,000 small businesses with employees in North Carolina alone representing a majority of the total number of businesses with employees in this state; and WHEREAS, the income of North Carolina s small business owners totals over 20 billion, and employ 1.6 million North Carolinians or 49 of the State s non-farm private workforce; and WHEREAS, there are over 28,500 small businesses with employees in Mecklenburg County and over 69,000 sole proprietors, representing a majority of the total number of businesses in the County; and WHEREAS, it is the collaborative mission of the town working with the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, Lake Norman Economic Development Corporation, Visit Lake Norman, and the Small Business Administration to help our businesses grow and create new jobs in the community and Lake Norman region by providing exemplary workforce training, financial assistance programs, research and technical assistance; and WHEREAS, The Town of Cornelius appreciates the support of our small business community by the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, Central Piedmont Community College, Small Business Technology Development Center, and our SCORE volunteers; and
Tagged Passions:university, recognition, Technology, development, small business, volunteer, agriculture, training, technology, jobs, Development, finance, program, workforce, economy, economic development, job creation, and business

WHEREAS, during the week of April 30th thru May 5th the Small Business Administration and the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce are celebrating Small Business Week.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Woody Washam, Jr., Mayor of the Town of Cornelius, do hereby proclaim April 30-May 5, 2018 as Small Business Week in Cornelius and urge all citizens to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements made by small businesses both locally and nationally, and to further support your local businesses by Shopping and Buying Local
Tagged Passions:small business and business

Woody Washam, Jr., Mayor

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the Town of Cornelius to be affixed this the 16th day of April, 2018.

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION

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Date of Meeting: April 16, 2018

To: Mayor and Board of Commissioners

From: Julie Niswonger, Finance Director

Tim Kopacz, Electric Systems Manager Action Requested: Staff will be available to discuss the 5-yr. plan for the Town's Electric Fund. There is no rate increase proposed for FY2019. Manager's Recommendation:
Tagged Passions:manager, finance, and electric

Discuss Electric Fund.

ATTACHMENTS: Name: Description: Type:
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CNLS_Main_Street_Utility_Line_Burial_Project_Update_20180413.pdf Utility Burial Project Presentation

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Electric_budget-2019.pdf FY2019 Electric Fund Presentation Electric_budget-2019-Capital.pdf FY2019 Electric Fund-Capital Presentation

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Town of Cornelius Utility Line Burial Project Update

FY 2019 future year Project Detail FOUR YEAR PLAN PROJECTIONS
Tagged Passions:Utility and utility

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Description location Order Cost Substation Improvements, design, DOT plan along with back lot line relocation

Railroad Bridge to Food Lion (N. Main St) FY18- FY19

500,000

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Railroad Bridge to Food Lion ( N. Main St) FY19 250,000

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Washam Potts to Heritage Green (S. Main St) FY19 250,000 Hickory Street to Washam Potts Street (S. Main St) FY20 500,000 Total 1,800,000

Note S. Main St projects may switch years depending on Town Center development and priority. No work performed in FY17 ( 0) OVERALL PROJECT UPDATE

Tagged Passions:streets, development, and Development

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Electric facilities include 28 poles w/ 24 street lights. AT T owns 10 of 28 poles. MI Connection, Windstream, Time Warner, and Sprint

are the other communication companies attached to the poles. Town to determine sidewalk plan and street light replacement before poles can be removed. (no streetlights, but pedestrian lighting) When electric is removed and lighting is replaced, we will transfer ownership of the poles to AT T. AT T will then be required to bear the costs of relocating in conjunction with any NCDOT widening project. NORTH MAIN STREET
Tagged Passions:streets, Telecommunications, Pedestrian, pole, telecommunications, Time Warner, electric, traffic, and streetscape

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Project 1 To Summerbrook Dr In design phase. Property owner

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

Tagged Passions:streets, property, natural gas, energy, planning, and electric

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Project 6 - Mulberry to Legion St. In design for FY17 and include a

bore under N. Main Street.

Project 7 Legion to Pecan St. To design in FY18. Project 8 Pecan to Town Limits. To design in FY18.

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Southeastern Consulting Engineers is leading the design for underground, railroad and DOT bores, and substation feeder configuration north of Catawba Ave.

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ElectriCities engineering is leading the design of the scope of work south of Catawba Ave.

SOUTH MAIN STREET

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Washam Potts to Heritage Green Electric facilities include 5 poles

with 4 street lights and 4 of the 5 poles owned by AT T.
Tagged Passions:streets, pole, electric, traffic, and streetscape

Other electric providers south of Heritage Green on S. Main Street not noted here.

Hickory Street to Washam Potts 11 poles with 7 street lights and 3 of the 11 poles owned by AT T. Will pursue back lot right-of-way with a single phase line existing that could be upgraded to three phase.
Tagged Passions:streets, pole, electric, traffic, and streetscape

FY 19/20 - Other Substation improvements continue design to move substation equipment back to Zion Street Delivery substation, as well as coordinate needs with a newly planned substation.

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

Tagged Passions:budget, personnel, streets, purchasing, equipment, and growth

Annual debt svc pmt - 27,631 27,230 27,230 27,560 26,428 26,028 - -

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

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Other operating revenue 119,883 85,632 112,431 62,000 62,000 62,000 63,240 64,505 65,795 67,111

Total revenue 6,294,149 6,533,582 6,651,072 6,637,801 6,637,801 6,223,713 6,358,187 6,485,151 6,614,654 6,746,747

Revenues vs expenditures (50,502) 400,898 165,993 (449,656) (255,816) (606,076) (503,719) (1,132,155) (1,596,326) (994,210)

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Town of Cornelius

Electric Fund Electric budget-2019
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Town of Cornelius - ElectriCities

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Summary of Capital Improvements

FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Total
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Baileys Glen 75,000 15,000 - - - - 90,000

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Vehicles 45,000 145,000 45,000 - - - 235,000

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Substation Improvements 30,000 100,000 - - - - 130,000

Utility line burial 500,000 400,000 500,000 500,000 - - 1,900,000

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Town Center - 100,000 - - - - 100,000

Grand Total 775,000 810,000 720,000 1,350,000 1,725,000 1,000,000 6,380,000

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION

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Date of Meeting: April 16, 2018

To: Mayor and Board of Commissioners

From: Troy Fitzsimmons, PARC Director Action Requested: Consider approval for Rotary Club of North Mecklenburg to contribute ten park benches at Smithville Park. The Rotary Club will contribute 15,000 towards the purchase and installation of the benches. Manager's Recommendation:
Tagged Passions:manager, purchasing, and parks

Approve/accept donation

ATTACHMENTS: Name: Description: Type:
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Rotary_Bench_Donation.pptx Rotary Bench Donation - Smithville Park Backup Material

Rotary Bench Donation Smithville Park Town Board Meeting: April 16, 2018 Old Version New Version

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REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION

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Date of Meeting: April 16, 2018

To: Mayor and Board of Commissioners

From: Kevin Black, Major

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

Tagged Passions:legal, manager, public safety, purchasing, Gun Control, gun control, sale, performance, and court

WHEREAS, Police Officer Jeffrey Edward Heinz has served the Town of Cornelius for over nine

years; and
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WHEREAS, Police Officer Jeffrey Edward Heinz has dedicated his life to law enforcement and

public service encompassing 9 years; and
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WHEREAS, Police Officer Jeffrey Edward Heinz has requested to purchase the service pistol he

has worn for the past nine years as the Town is replacing said service pistol with a new type of weapon. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Board of Commissioners of the Town of Cornelius, in accordance with NC General Statutes 160A-266(b) and 20-187.2, does hereby authorize the Town Manager to sell to Police Officer Jeffrey Edward Heinz his Glock service pistol, serial number NPT 967 in exchange for consideration as prescribed by NC General Statute 20-187.2(b).
Tagged Passions:manager, public safety, purchasing, Gun Control, and gun control

Approved this 16th day of April, 2018.

SEAL ATTEST:

Woody Washam, Jr., Mayor

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Lori A. Harrell, Town Clerk Town Attorney

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REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION

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Date of Meeting: April 16, 2018

To: Mayor and Board of Commissioners

From: Lori Harrell, Town Clerk Action Requested: Approve the minutes of the April 2nd Regular Meeting. Manager's Recommendation: Approve minutes ATTACHMENTS: Name: Description: Type: 04-02- 18_Regular_Meeting_draft.docx Regular Meeting Minutes Backup Material
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04/02/18 Regular Meeting

PRE-MEETING 5:45PM

Strategic Communications Action Plan

Mayor Washam introduced Erica Madden of Bloom Strategic Communications who was hired to

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study how the Town communicates with the community and recommend communication

improvement options. Ms. Madden explained that through her process of compiling information

from staff and elected officials the most important take-away was that customer service is most

important. She identified internal collaboration challenges that impact the external community engagement. She recommended the Town consider dedicating a full-time entry level

communications manager and outlined how that role would interact with staff and the Town

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Tagged Passions:manager, Communications, and communications

Manager. Ms. Madden also stressed the importance of creating a brand different than the

currently used Town Seal. Commissioner Bilodeau asked if the neighboring towns are doing anything that Cornelius could learn from. Ms. Madden stated that Davidson s branding is good and their PIO (Public Information Officer) does a really good job. Asst. Manager Grant asked how the Town could benefit from having this position. Ms. Madden stated that the new position will collaborate with each department before pushing information to the public (reduce the news alert frequency/overlap). Mayor Washam stated that it is unknown how this position will roll out and that Manager Roberts will ultimately determine how this will develop. Law Enforcement Services Interlocal Agreement Asst. Town Manager Grant gave an overview of the legislative changes made that allows municipalities the ability to police their own ETJs (Extra Territorial Jurisdictions) for the County. Chief Hoyle gave an overview on the 2015 Interlocal Agreement with the County that provides lake patrol on Lake Norman and the accomplishments since then. He explained that the new agreement and negotiated terms will include police services for the Cornelius ETJ and Lake
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Norman lake patrol services.

Closed Session Real Estate Acquisition
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Mayor Washam called for a motion to go into Closed Session to discuss a real estate matter and

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receive legal advice from the Town Attorney.

Commissioner Miltich made a motion to go into Closed Session at 6:38PM. Commissioner Ross seconded the motion and it passed unanimously, 4-0 (Commissioner Gilroy was absent). Upon return to the Pre-meeting, Mayor Washam recessed the meeting at 6:54PM to go

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downstairs for the 7:00PM Regular meeting.

REGULAR MEETING 7:00PM

1.
CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Washam called the meeting to order at 7:04PM.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

MINUTES

04/02/18 Regular Meeting

2.
DETERMINATION OF QUORUM

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All commissioners were present with the exception of Commissioner Gilroy who was on

vacation.

3.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Commissioner Miltich made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. Commissioner Ross seconded the motion and it passed unanimously, 4-0.

4.
MOMENT OF SILENCE AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

U.S. Congresswoman Alma Adams led the pledge after a moment of silence was observed. She

then thanked the Board for the opportunity to speak and gave an update on what she s been

working on throughout the region; her satellite office hours in Huntersville and Davidson; and the

importance of One Meck Connect.

5.
MAYORAL PROCLAMATIONS

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A.
National Telecommunicators Week Mayor Washam recognized the significant role dispatch officers play in public safety. He

then executed a proclamation recognizing the week of April 8th as National Telecommunicators Week.

Tagged Passions:public safety, recognition, and 911

6.
MAYOR/COMMISSIONERS/MANAGER REPORTS

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Commissioner Bilodeau reported on the following:

Attended the Newsmaker Breakfast Attended Connecting Cornelius evening event held on Mar. 22nd Attended the grand opening of Cowboy restaurant Attended the VLN Board meeting and Smithville Community Coalition meeting on Mar. 26th Attended the ASC Northwest Advisory meeting on Mar. 28th PARC Summer Camp registration is still open; Apr. 14th Tawba Walk (2PM-8PM)
Tagged Passions:restaurants, recreation, and events

with 100 vendors, 2 music stages and food trucks; Apr. 21st Earth Day celebration at

Robbins Park (10AM-12PM); and on May 4th a Park 5K Run/Walk will begin at WAC with proceeds going to Top Deck for Warrior Jace
Tagged Passions:food trucks, Conservation, parks, and transportation

Commissioner Ross reported on the following:

Attended the ElectriCities Board meeting Chamber Business Mixer will be held on Apr. 5th at Truliant Bank (5:30PM); the 6th Annual Women s conference will be held on Apr. 19th at the Peninsula Club
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Commissioner Miltich reported on the following:

Attended the CRTPO meeting on Mar. 21st Attended the Connecting Cornelius evening event on Mar. 22nd Attended the Hop Into Spring event on Mar. 24th Attended the TAB meeting on Mar. 26th
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Attended on the Connecting Cornelius morning event on Apr. 2nd

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Commissioner Naas reported on the following:

The TAB is focusing on developing the Transportation Improvement Process (TIP) and the Development Impact Process (DIP) Attended the I-77 Advisory Group
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and transportation

04/02/18 Regular Meeting

Asst. Manager Grant reported on the following:
Tagged Passions:manager and grant

NCDOT will host a public meeting on the Hwy. 21 widening project on Apr. 12th (4PM-

7PM) Charlotte Water will host a public meeting on a water pipe improvement project at
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, and water

Davidson Elementary School on Apr. 12th (4:30PM-6:30PM)

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Mayor Washam reported on the following:

Attended the Hop Into Spring event hosted by PARC Visited with Congresswoman Alma Adams, Senator Thom Tillis, Congressman Robert Pittenger and Congresswoman Virginia Foxx while attending a banking conference in Washington D.C. The Connecting Cornelius morning event was well attended The next Connecting Cornelius evening event will be held at Eleven Lakes Brewery on EDC 33 active projects in the region Attended the MTC meeting on Mar. 28th Red Line Study was approved
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7.
CITIZEN CONCERNS/COMMENTS

No public comments were made.

8.
CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL

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A.
Continuum Board ExOfficio Member Appointment Mayor Washam explained that Mark McDowell has been serving as the ExOfficio

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representative on the Continuum Board (a.k.a. MI-Connect) since 2015 and wishes to serve

another year term. Commissioner Miltich made a motion to approve Mark McDowell s reappointment as the ExOfficio representative on the Continuum Board for another year. Commissioner Bilodeau seconded the motion and it passed unanimously, 4-0. B. Surplus Property Declaration and Property Exchange Asst. Manager Grant explained that the property surplus and land exchange is part of the
Tagged Passions:property, manager, surplus, and grant

right-of-way and easements necessary for Nannie Potts Lane. The properties involved are

owned by the Town, Judson Stringfellow and Darryl Griwatz and will re-align the road slightly. Commissioner Miltich made a motion to approve Resolution 2018-00884 declaring Town property as surplus in exchange for new ROW and easements needed for Nannie Potts Lane
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and authorize the Town Manager and Attorney to finalize the paperwork. Commissioner

Tagged Passions:legal and manager

Ross seconded the motion and it passed unanimously, 4-0.

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

Tagged Passions:manager, ordinance, golf, noise, equipment, and grant

courses to operate between the hours of 6:00 am and 9:00 pm daily during Daylight Savings

time. Commissioner Ross made a motion to approve Ordinance 2018-00680 to amend the Code of Ordinances, Title 9, Section 92.25 as presented. Commissioner Bilodeau seconded the motion and it passed unanimously, 4-0.

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04/02/18 Regular Meeting

Ordinance 2018-00680 is hereby made part of the minutes by reference.
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D.
Law Enforcement Services Interlocal Agreement Asst. Manager Grant explained that the Interlocal Agreement with Mecklenburg County is to

Tagged Passions:manager, public safety, services, and grant

provide police services in the Cornelius ETJ and patrol services on Lake Norman.

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.

Tagged Passions:legal, manager, public safety, and services

9.
CONSENT AGENDA

A.
Approve Minutes Regular Meeting (Mar. 19th) (Approved 4-0)

B.
Approve Minutes Closed Session (Mar. 19th) (Approved 4-0)

Commissioner Miltich made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Commissioner Ross seconded the motion and it passed unanimously, 4-0.

10.
COMMISSIONER CONCERNS

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A.
MTC Votes Commissioner Naas expressed his concern with the Red Line Study vote not standing in

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solidarity among the 3 northern towns and hopes that future votes will show different.

11.
ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business to discuss, Commissioner Miltich made a motion to adjourn at

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7:57PM. Commissioner Ross seconded the motion and it passed unanimously, 4-0.

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Approved this 16th day of April, 2018.

ATTEST:

Woody Washam, Jr., Mayor

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Lori A. Harrell, Town Clerk

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REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION

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Date of Meeting: April 16, 2018

To: Mayor and Board of Commissioners

From: Lori Harrell, Town Clerk Action Requested: Approve the minutes of the April 2nd Closed Session meeting. Manager's Recommendation: Approve minutes ATTACHMENTS: Name: Description: Type: 04-02- 18_Closed_Session_draft.docx Closed Session Minutes Backup Material
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REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION

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Date of Meeting: April 16, 2018

To: Mayor and Board of Commissioners

From: Anthony Roberts, Town Manager

Action Requested: Hold a Closed Session to discuss a real estate acquisition matter. Manager's Recommendation: Hold a Closed Session.
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