A. Municipal Association of South Carolina Wayne George, Executive Director of the Municipal Association of South Carolina will present a plaque to Council recognizing their accomplishments in the Municipal Elected Officials Institute. VII.DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS
C. Legal Request: Motion to enter into Executive Session to discuss a Legal Matter; as allowed by State Statute Section 30-4-70(a)(2). D. Personnel Request: Motion to enter into Executive Session to discuss a Personnel Matter; as allowed by State Statute Section 30-4-70(a)(1). XII.ADJOURNMENT Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a program, service, activity or public meeting of the City of Greer should contact Ruthie Helms, ADA Coordinator at (864) 848-5397 as soon as possible, but no later than 48 hours prior to the scheduled event. Category Number: III. Item Number: A. AGENDA GREER CITY COUNCIL 5/22/2018 Councilwoman Kimberly Bookert
The following members of Council were in attendance: Wayne Griffin, Kimberly Bookert, Lee Dumas, Wryley Bettis and Judy Albert. Councilmembers Absent: Jay Arrowood Others present: Ed Driggers, City Administrator, Mike Sell, Assistant City Administrator, Tammela Duncan, Municipal Clerk, Steve Owens, Communications Manager and various other staff and media.
Ned Newcomer, 708 Meadow Haze Ct., spoke in opposition to Ordinance Number 9-2018 and Ordinance Number 10-2018. Theresa Dell Roca, 414 Meadow Hill Way, spoke in opposition to Ordinance Number 9- 2018 and Ordinance Number 10-2018. Arlene Wertz, 11 Glencreek Drive, spoke in opposition to Ordinance Number 9-2018 and Ordinance Number 10-2018.
Kelli McCormick, Planning Manager provided an overview of the request. The developer and engineer were present. Paul Harris, Engineer spoke briefly. Lengthy discussion held. ACTION - Councilman Lee Dumas made a motion to amend Ordinance Number 9-2018
AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTIES OWNED BY JENNIFER AND EDGAR BAXTER LOCATED ON HENDERSON GAP ROAD BY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT PETITION; AND TO ESTABLISH A ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF DRD (DESIGN REVIEW DISTRICT) FOR SAID PROPERTY Greer City Council Meeting Minutes May 8, 2018 Page 3 of 5 Kelli McCormick, Planning Manager see above. ACTION - Councilman Lee Dumas made a motion to amend Ordinance Number 10-2018 to allow for DRD zoning to allow up to 42 units and a variable buffer as shown on the revised Concept Plan. Councilman Wayne Griffin seconded the motion.
AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY OWNED BY BILLY RAY HENDERSON JR. LOCATED AT 1000 SOUTH MAIN STREET BY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT PETITION; AND TO ESTABLISH A ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF DRD (DESIGN REVIEW DISTRICT) FOR SAID PROPERTY Kelli McCormick, Planning Manager presented the request, she stated there was no new or additional information. ACTION - Councilman Wryley Bettis made a motion to approve Second and Final
Ed Driggers, City Administrator presented the request. ACTION - Councilman Wryley Bettis a motion to approve First and Final Reading of Resolution Number 14-2018. Councilwoman Judy Albert seconded the motion. Greer City Council Meeting Minutes May 8, 2018 Page 4 of 5
B. First Reading of Ordinance Number 16-2018 AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY OWNED BY BEATE BANNON LOCATED AT 9 MILLER ROAD BY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT PETITION; AND TO ESTABLISH A ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF DRD (DESIGN REVIEW DISTRICT) FOR SAID PROPERTY Kelli McCormick, Planning Manager presented the request. Brief discussion. ACTION - Councilman Wryley Bettis made a motion to receive First Reading of Ordinance Number 16-2018. Councilwoman Kimberly Bookert seconded the motion.
Board of Zoning Appeals The Board of Zoning Appeals reviewed one case in April: BZA 2018-07: 201 N. Buncombe Road: Special Exception for microbrewery in C-3 for The Southern Growl (approval) Board of Architectural Review The Board of Architectural Review reviewed three cases in April:
BAR 2018-06 Carolina Treasures / 214 Trade St Exterior building alterations Planning Advisory Committee The Planning Advisory Committee reviewed five cases in April: COM 2018-07 Greer Cultural Arts Trade Street/Davis Street/Poplar Street Commercial Development
Paving Concourse Way, Patching Brushy Meadows coord w/ County Recycle Center Upgrade Phase 2 Evaluating scope (temp on hold) Lemon Creek speed humps planning (on hold) Subdivision/Development Projects Meetings with engineers and developer representatives discussing details with new subdivisions or commercial sites that are either in planning stages or under construction. Active projects:
Commercial SC Greer Retail Center Initial NA Commercial SC Greer Retail Center Follow-up NA Residential Lismore Village Phase II Follow-up 31 Residential Lismore Village Phase II Follow-up 31 Commercial Global Commerce Park Follow-up NA Pre-Construction Meetings Development Type Project Name Lots/Units Residential Town Pines 50 Residential Piedmont Pointe NA
HOUSING STARTS 63 2018 245 YTD 2017 - 429 2016 - 521 2015 - 290 JAN FEB MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC 0.00 10,000,000.00 20,000,000.00 30,000,000.00 40,000,000.00 50,000,000.00 60,000,000.00 70,000,000.00 COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION JAN FEB MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC 2018 39 83 60 63
133-135, 138) 0 0 0 0.00 15 Fires outside of Structures with Value Involved, but Not Vehicles (outside storage, crops, timber, etc.) (IT 140, 141, 161, 162, 164, 170-173) 2 0 0 0.00 16 Fires in Brush, Grass, Wildland (excluding crops and timber), with no value involved (IT 142-143) 8 0 0 0.00 17 Fires in Rubbish, Including Dumpsters (outside of structures), with no value involved (IT 150-155) 2 0 0 100.00
Traffic Court was held on April 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th. General Sessions Preliminary Hearings were held on April 6th. Judges training was held on April 21st. DV Court was held on April 12th. Kirsten Pressley attended the MCAA Spring Seminar in Columbia on April 13th. Pretrial Conferences were held on April 5th. Category Number: VII. Item Number: E. AGENDA GREER CITY COUNCIL 5/22/2018 Parks and Recreation Activity Report - April 2018
Cutlery Club Tryon Recreation Center (20 participants monthly) Artifacts Club Tryon Recreation Center (74 participants monthly) Pickleball Victor Gym and Tryon Tennis Courts, Mondays-Thursdays (250 participants monthly) Whole Fitness Victor Gym (60 participants monthly) Senior Whole Fitness Victor Gym (20 participants monthly) HAM Radio, Beginner and Intermediate Classes Victor Gym (104 participants monthly) Creative Advancement After School Program Victor Gym (280 participants monthly) Needmore After School Program Needmore Recreation Center (100 participants monthly) SOAR (Seniors Out and ARound) Line Dancing Classes were held on April 4, 11, 18 and 25 with an average attendance of 18 seniors. Bingo was held on April 5 and April 19 with an average of 29 members in attendance. On April 9, 16 SOAR members enjoyed watching Just Getting Started .
Senior Computer classes began on April 5 with 20 seniors attending a three-week course on Thursdays at City Hall. At the conclusion of the three-week course, 20 additional seniors will enroll to complete another three-week course that will carry into the month of May. The Needmore Summer Camp continued accepting applications throughout the month. Cultural Arts: The artwork of Jennifer Mills, local artist, was hung at Greer City Hall. Robin Byouk, Robbie Davis and Ashlyn Stone met with Cammy Lee at Texas Road House to discuss sponsoring summer events. Robin also met with representatives for Fox Carolina social media and The Greenville Journal about sponsorship partnering. The Greer Cultural Arts Council rented costumes and props to Green Charter School, Tigerville Elementary and Woodmont High School. Events: The Events Division hosted 56 events, at which nearly 9,200 guests visited the City of Greer Events Center.
Dispatch 12 FT/1 PT 12 FT/1 PT 0 0 Detention 6 FT 3 FT 1 FT 2 FT Administrative 6 FT/1 PT 5 FT/1 PT 1 0 Animal Control 1 FT 1 FT 0 0 Total 85 FT/3 PT 77 FT/2 PT 2 FT 6 FT/1 PT Volunteer Hours Citizens Academy Volunteer Hours Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Monthly Total Total YTD 71.25 78.25 173.50 240 Departmental Training Report Month Classes Of Students Of Class Hours Total Training Time
after the business closes at night. Shoplifting Reduction Meeting: On April 25th, Sgt. Sharratta and Cpl. Keller held a meeting with Loss Prevention officers from Wal-Mart, Target, Kohl s, and Lowe s about shoplifting. The meeting covered the state statute for shoplifting, how to build good cases, juvenile and adult prosecution procedures, and ways to communicate with each other about shoplifting subjects. Walmart Area Traffic Enforcement: This project focused on conducting traffic enforcement in the area around Walmart in an effort to reduce shoplifting cases during peak times through officer
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