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COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY

COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

BEAUFORT COUNTY GOVERNMENT ROBERT SMALLS COMPLEX 100 RIBAUT ROAD POST OFFICE DRAWER 1228 BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA 29901-1228 TELEPHONE: (843) 255-2180 www.bcgov.net
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PAUL SOMMERVILLE CHAIRMAN

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GERALD W. STEWART VICE CHAIRMAN

INTERIM COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR COUNTY ATTORNEY

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CONNIE L. SCHROYER CLERK TO COUNCIL

AGENDA COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY

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REGULAR SESSION Monday, October 8, 2018

6:00 p.m. Council Chambers, Administration Building Beaufort County Government Robert Smalls Complex 100 Ribaut Road, Beaufort
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1.
CALL TO ORDER - 6:00 P.M.

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2.
REGULAR SESSION

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3.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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4.
INVOCATION Councilman Alice Howard

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5.
RECOGNITIONS

A. Exchange Club of Beaufort / EMS Person of the Year B. Rotary Club of Beaufort / Civility Project Speak Your Peace (backup) C. County Employee Service Recognition during Hurricane Florence Weather Event (backup)

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6.
ADMINISTRATIVE CONSENT AGENDA

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Committee Reports (next meeting) 1. Community Services (November 19, 2018 at 4:00 p.m., ECR) 2. Executive (Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 3:00 p.m., ECR) 3. Finance (November 5, 2018 at 2:00 p.m., ECR) a. Minutes September 24, 2018 (backup) 4. Governmental (November 5, 2018 at 4:00 p.m., ECR) a. Minutes October 1, 2018 (backup) 5. Natural Resources (October 15, 2018 at 2:00 p.m., ECR) 6. Public Facilities (October 22, 2018 at 3:00 p.m., Hilton Head Island Branch Library) B. Boards and Commissions (backup)

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, services, hotel, library, and finance

7.
PUBLIC COMMENT Speaker sign-up encouraged no later than 5:45 p.m. day of meeting

Agenda Beaufort County Council October 8, 2018 Page 2 of 6

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8.
NEW BUSINESS

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A RESOLUTION TO DESIGNATE PUBLIC WORKS, STORMWATER, ENGINEERING, AND FACILITIES MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEES AS FIRST RESPONDERS AS FEDERALLY MANDATED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (backup) 1. Consideration of adoption on October 8, 2018

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Tagged Passions:public works, Public Works, and stormwater

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A RESOLUTION ORDERING A BOND REFERENDUM TO BE HELD IN THE FRIPP

ISLAND PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, ON THE QUESTION OF THE ISSUANCE OF NOT EXCEEDING 5,300,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF FRIPP ISLAND PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA; PROVIDING FOR THE FORM OF THE BALLOT TO BE USED; PROVIDING FOR NOTICE OF THE REFERENDUM; AND PROVIDING FOR OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO (backup) 1. Consideration of adoption on October 8, 2018

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9.
TIME-SENSITIVE ITEMS POTENTIALLY COMING FORTH FROM OCTOBER 8, 2018

COMMITTEE MEETINGS FOR COUNCIL CONSIDERATION

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AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE INTERIM COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE A RIGHT OF ENTRY GRANTING THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TEMPORARY AND EXCLUSIVE CONTROL OVER CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT GRAY S HILL BOAT LANDING (backup) 1. Consideration of first reading on October 8, 2018 2. Community Services Committee discussion on October 8, 2018

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Tagged Passions:boating, services, property, administrator, ordinance, and grant

B.
CONTRACT AWARD / AIRFIELD LIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL REHABILITATION

(BEAUFORT COUNTY AIRPORT, LADY S ISLAND) (backup) 1. Contract award: Walker and Whiteside, Greenville, South Carolina / 905,982 2. Contract award: Talbert, Bright and Ellington, Charlotte, North Carolina / 159,316 3. Funding: 90 FFA AIP Grant 14, 5 future SCAC Grant, 5 Airports Capital Projects Fund 4. Finance Committee discussion on October 8, 2018

Tagged Passions:contract, capital spending, Capital Spending, airport, grant, funding, and finance

C.
CONTRACT AWARD / THREE TORO COMMERCIAL WIDE-AREA MOWERS FOR PARKS

AND LEISURE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (backup) 1. Contract award: Smith Turf and Irrigation, Charlotte, North Carolina 2. Amount: 213,433.90 3. Funding: Parks and Leisure Services (PALS) Impact Fees, Bluffton, Account 26520011-54450 4. Finance Committee discussion on October 8, 2018

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CONTRACT AWARD / FACILITATION AND STRATEGIC PLAN SERVICES (backup) 1. Contract award: Thomas P. Miller and Associates, LLC, Indianapolis, Indiana 2. Amount: 38,134 3. Funding: County Council Professional Services, Account 10001000-51160 4. Finance Committee discussion on October 8, 2018

Agenda Beaufort County Council October 8, 2018 Page 3 of 6

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10.
CONSENT AGENDA

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A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE RETENTION OF LEGAL COUNSEL TO REVIEW INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT BETWEEN BEAUFORT COUNTY AND JOSHUA A. GRUBER (backup) 1. Consideration of adoption on October 8, 2018 2. Finance Committee discussed and recommended legal review of the agreement on

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AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION TO PROVIDE FUNDS NOT TO EXCEED 10,000 FOR THE RETENTION OF LEGAL COUNSEL TO REVIEW INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT AND OTHER MATTERS AS PROVIDED IN RESOLUTION 2018/___ 1. Consideration of first reading by title only, on October 8, 2018 2. Finance Committee discussed and recommended legal review of the agreement on

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C.
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE FRIPP ISLAND PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT,

SOUTH CAROLINA, TO ISSUE GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS IN A PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT EXCEEDING 5,300,000, SUBJECT TO A SUCCESSFUL REFERENDUM IN THIS DISTRICT; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO (backup) 1. Third and final reading on October 18, 2018 2. Public hearing was held on September 24, 2018 3. Second reading approval occurred on September 24, 2018 / Vote 11:0 4. First reading approval occurred August 27, 2018 / Vote 11:0 5. Finance Committee discussed and recommended first reading on Monday, August 27, 2018, Vote 8:0

Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, referendum, bond, and finance

D.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING BEAUFORT COUNTY ORDINANCE 2017/34 TO DELETE

QUESTION 2B PERTAINING TO THE ISSUANCE OF 120,000,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATIONS BONDS AND MAKING QUESTION 2A NOW QUESTION 1 (backup) 1. Consideration of second reading on October 8, 2018 2. Public hearing Monday, October 22, 2018 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Large Meeting Room,

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Hilton Head Island Branch Library, 11 Beach City Road, Hilton Head Island 3. First reading approval occurred on September 24, 2018 / Vote 11:0

Agenda Beaufort County Council October 8, 2018 Page 4 of 6
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AN ORDINANCE ACKNOWEDGING THE TERMINATION OF AN EXISTING MULTI-

COUNTY INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS PARK (RIVERPORT) PURSUANT TO SECTION 4-1- 170 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1976, AS AMENDED, AND AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING (1) DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW JOINT COUNTY INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS PARK PURSUANT TO SECTION 4-1-170 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1976, AS AMENDED, IN CONJUNCTION WITH JASPER COUNTY (THE PARK ), SUCH PARK TO BE GEOGRAPHICALLY LOCATED IN JASPER COUNTY; (2) THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A WRITTEN PARK AGREEMENT WITH JASPER COUNTY AS TO THE REQUIREMENT OF PAYMENTS OF FEE IN LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAXES WITH RESPECT TO PARK PROPERTY AND THE SHARING OF THE REVENUES AND EXPENSES OF THE PARK; (3) THE DISTRIBUTION OF REVENUES FROM THE PARK WITHIN BEAUFORT COUNTY; AND (4) OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO.(PROJECT PEACH / RIVERPORT II) (ordinance) (agreement) 1. Consideration of second reading on October 8, 2018 2. Public hearing Monday, October 22, 2018 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Large Meeting Room,

Tagged Passions:parks, business, property, taxes, hearing, Taxes, ordinance, development, Fee-in-lieu, ad valorem, Development, and industrial

Hilton Head Island Branch Library, 11 Beach City Road, Hilton Head Island 3. First reading approval occurred on September 24, 2018 / Vote 11:0

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4.
Finance Committee discussed on Monday, September 24, 2018 / Vote 7:0

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND BEAUFORT COUNTY ORDINANCE 2018/24, FOR FY 2018-2019 BEAUFORT COUNTY BUDGET TO PROVIDE FOR SUPPLEMENTAL EXPENDITURE IN THE AMOUNT OF 100,000 FOR FUNDING OF THE IMPACT FEE WAIVER FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (backup) 1. Second reading on October 8, 2018 2. Public Hearing - October 22, 2018 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Large Meeting Room, Hilton

Head Island Island Branch Library, 11 Beach City Road, Hilton Head Island 3. First reading approval occurred on September 24, 2018 / Vote 11:0 4. Finance Committee discussed and recommended funding approval on August 27, 2018, Vote 7:0

Tagged Passions:beach, streets, budget, hearing, ordinance, development, hotel, Development, funding, housing, library, and finance

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AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE BEAUFORT COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 90 PARKS AND RECREATION (backup) 1. Consideration of second reading on October 8, 2018 2. Public hearing Monday, October 22, 2018 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Large Meeting Room,

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Hilton Head Island Branch Library, 11 Beach City Road, Hilton Head Island 3. First reading approval occurred on September 24, 2018 / Vote 11:0 4. Governmental Committee discussed and recommended first reading approval on

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AN ORDINANCE TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS NOT TO EXCEED 1,027,757 FROM THE 2 LOCAL HOSPITALITY TAX FUNDS TO THE COUNTY GENERAL FUND FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE FACTORY CREEK (WHITEHALL) BOAT RAMP (backup) 1. Consideration of second reading on October 8, 2018 2. Public hearing Monday, October 22, 2018 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Large Meeting Room,

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Hilton Head Island Branch Library, 11 Beach City Road, Hilton Head Island 3. First reading occurred on September 24, 2018 / Vote 11:0 4. Finance Committee discussed and recommended on August 27, 2018 / Vote 5:0:1

Agenda Beaufort County Council October 8, 2018 Page 5 of 6
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AN ORDINANCE TO APPROPRIATE 350,000 FROM THE LOCAL 3 ACCOMODATIONS TAX FUND FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE WRIGHT FAMILY PARK AND CALHOUN STREET DOCK (TOWN OF BLUFFTON) (backup) 1. Consideration of first reading on October 8, 2018 2. Council approved funding of 350,000 from the Local 3 Accommodations Tax Fund on

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Accommodations Tax Fund on September 24, 2018 / Vote 8:0

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TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE BEAUFORT COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 38 ENVIRONMENT, SECTION 38-32 CLARIFYING THAT UNSIGHTLY MAINTENANCE OF PROPERTY IS PROHIBITED (backup) 1. Consideration of first reading on October 8, 2018 2. Government Committee discussed and recommended first reading on October 1, 2018,

Vote 4:0

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11.
PUBLIC HEARINGS 6:30 P.M.

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AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF LIMITED GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS (BLUFFTON TOWNSHIP FIRE DISTRICT), SERIES 2018B OR SUCH OTHER APPROPRIATE SERIES DESIGNATION OF BEAUFORT COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED 6,000,000; FIXING THE FORM AND DETAILS OF THE BONDS; AUTHORIZING THE INTERIM COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OR HIS/HER LAWFULLY-AUTHORIZED DESIGNEE TO DETERMINE CERTAIN MATTERS RELATING TO THE BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE BONDS AND DISPOSITION OF THE PROCEEDS THEREOF AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO; AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 2018/10 (backup) 1. Consideration of third and final reading on October 8, 2018 2. Second reading approval occurred August 27, 2018 / Vote 11:0 3. First reading approval occurred July 23, 2018 / Vote 10:0 4. Finance Committee discussed and recommended first reading approval on July 23, 2018,

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TEXT AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 4 (FUTURE LAND USE), APPENDIX 4G, DAUFUSKIE ISLAND PLAN OF THE BEAUFORT COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO REPLACE THE EXISTING DAUFUSKIE ISLAND PLAN WITH A NEW DAUFUSKIE ISLAND PLAN (backup) 1. Consideration of third and final reading on October 8, 2018 2. Second reading occurred on September 24, 2018 / Vote 11:0 3. First reading approval August 27, 2018 / Vote 11:0 4. Community Services Committee discussed and recommended first reading approval on

Agenda Beaufort County Council October 8, 2018 Page 6 of 6

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE EXISTING ORDINANCE FOR THE BEAUFORT

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COUNTY DISABILITIES AND SPECIAL NEEDS BOARD TO CLARIFY THE NO BENEFIT POLICY PURSUANT TO A REQUEST OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE HOUSING TRUST FUND (backup) 1. Consideration of third and final reading on October 8, 2018 2. Second reading approval occurred August 27, 2018 / Vote 11:0 3. Community Services Committee discussed and recommended first reading approval on

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE EXISTING ORDINANCE FOR THE BEAUFORT

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COUNTY DISABILITIES AND SPECIAL NEEDS BOARD TO PROVIDE THAT APPOINTMENTS OF BOARD MEMBERS SHALL BE BY THE GOVERNOR (backup) 1. Consideration of third and final reading October 8, 2018 2. Second reading approval occurred August 27, 2018 / Vote 11:0 3. Community Services Committee discussed and recommended first reading approval on

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AN ORDINANCE CLARIFYING THE ADOPTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXISTING

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BUILDING CODE (backup) 1. Third and final reading on October 8, 2018 2. Second reading approval occurred on September 24, 2018 / Vote 11:0 3. First reading, by title only, approval occurred August 27, 2018 / Vote 10:1 4. Public Facilities Committee discussed and recommended first reading approval, by title only,

on August 27, 2018 / Vote 6:0
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12.
MATTERS ARISING OUT OF EXECUTIVE SESSION

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13.
PUBLIC COMMENT Speaker sign-up encouraged

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14.
ADJOURNMENT

The Civility Project Speak Your Peace Page 1 of 2 The Civility Project, Speak Your Peace, is an initiative by Beaufort s first and oldest, The Rotary Club of Beaufort, The best way to determine what a community wants is to listen to what its people have to say. This is a fundamental principle of democracy. Disagreements can lead to healthy debate, which brings new information and ideas to light. When a particular issue strikes at the fundamental beliefs of a group or individual, the debate can be especially fierce. In these situations, it becomes more important than ever to practice civility. The purpose of the Speak Your Peace Civility Project is to urge the citizens to communicate in a more respectful and effective way. This is not a campaign to end disagreements. It is a campaign to improve public discourse by simply reminding ourselves of the very basic principles of respect.

By elevating our level of communication and avoiding personal attacks and general stubbornness, we can avoid unhealthy debate. This will lead to a more effective democracy, and help maintain our sense of community by increasing civic participation. We hope to reach not only elected officials and political groups but also regular people, like neighborhood organizations, church groups and even the parents on the sidelines of youth athletic contests. We are not just targeting those who are uncivil, but those who allow uncivilized behavior to happen.

Our key message is to promote nine simple tools for practicing civility, taken from P. M. Forni's book Choosing Civility. Pay Attention. Be aware and attend to the world and the people around you. Listen. Focus on others in order to better understand their points of view. Be Inclusive. Welcome all groups of citizens working for the greater good of the community. The Civility Project Speak Your Peace Page 2 of 2
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Don't Gossip. And don't accept when others choose to do so.

Show Respect. Honor other people and their opinions, especially in the midst of disagreement. Be Agreeable. Look for opportunities to agree; don't contradict just to do so. Apologize. Be sincere and repair damaged relationships. Give Constructive Criticism. When disagreeing, stick to the issues and don't make a personal attack. Take Responsibility. Don't shift responsibility and blame onto others; share disagreements publicly.

In order to harness that passion toward useful ends, it is important, then, to communicate in a more civil, productive way.

10.08.18

Recognition of County Employees Hurricane Florence

I would like to take a few minutes to publicly recognize the county employees who recently served in response to the potential threat of Hurricane Florence.
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Staff included the Interim County Administrator, members of Public Works, Stormwater, Solid Waste and Recycling, Facilities, Grounds Maintenance, Disabilities and Special Needs, MIS, GIS, Communications, Engineering, Traffic Engineering, Broadcast Services, Parks and Recreation, Detention Center, Building Inspection, the Assessor s office, Finance, Coroner, Animal Services, Airport, Mosquito Control, Sheriff s office, EMS, and others all of whom put the County first when the rest of us were running from harm.

They put their families and pets in cars and sent them inland and safe from the storm, left their personal belongings behind, and went to work. They slept on the floors at shelters, ate military MREs, and worked long hours, 24/7 at times, to prepare for the pending storm. Their role is just as important as our police, sheriff, and fire personnel. Without the support of these County staff members, roads are not safe for travel, our government buildings would not have power, no one would get paid, the community wouldn t get updates on our county s status, and our citizens would not have places to go for sheltering needs, food, water, and assistance.
Tagged Passions:utility, public works, GIS, Utility, Public Works, parks, services, streets, recycling, administrator, pets, personnel, EMS, public safety, military, Communications, insect, animal control, detention, communications, travel, airport, traffic, solid waste, stormwater, recreation, water, finance, and coroner

While Hurricane Florence missed us, the storm had the potential to severely harm our community. Hurricanes Matthew and Irma gave us just a peek of the damage that can occur from a natural disaster. These County staff members excelled three times now to prepare us for the cleanup which ensues.

Please join me in a round of applause to thank our staff for their unselfish service to our community. ____________ To view video of full discussion of this meeting please visit http://beaufort.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2 FINANCE COMMITTEE

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The electronic and print media duly notified in accordance with the State Freedom of Information Act.

The Finance Committee met Monday, September 24, 2018 beginning at 1:00 p.m., in the Large Meeting Room, Bluffton Branch Library, 120 Palmetto Way, Bluffton, South Carolina. ATTENDANCE

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Chairman Jerry Stewart and Vice Chairman Michael Covert and members Rick Caporale, Gerald Dawson, Brian Flewelling, Steven Fobes and Stu Rodman present. Non-committee members Alice Howard, Paul Sommerville and Tabor Vaux present. (Paul Sommerville, as County Council Chairman, serves as an ex-officio member of each standing committee of Council and is entitled to vote.)

County staff: Jim Beckert, Auditor; Phil Foot, Assistant County Administrator Pubic Safety; Patrick Hill, Director, Systems Management Department; Alicia Holland, Assistant County Administrator Finance; Chris Inglese, Assistant Attorney; Tom Keaveny, County Attorney and Interim County Administrator; and Eric Larson, Division Director Environmental Engineering and Land Management.
Tagged Passions:council, legal, administrator, audit, environment, and finance

Public: Lindsy Bentz, Digital Marketing Manager, Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce; Kayla Boyter, Content and Creative Services Manager, Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce; Kelli Brunson, Research and Digital Marketing Coordinator, Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce; Brenda Ciapanna, Marketing Manager, Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce; Mary Lee Carns, Vice President for Institute Advancement, and External Relations and Executive Director, Technical College of the Lowcountry Foundation; Ray Deal, Controller, Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce; Frank Edwards, Director, Jasper County Emergency Services; John Fleming, SouthernCarolina Alliance; Andrew Folghum, County Administrator, Jasper County; David Jones, Jasper County Sheriff s Office; Richard, Gough, President, Technical College of the Lowcountry; Mark Orlando, Manager, Town of Bluffton; Ariana Pernice, Vice President, Visitor and Convention Bureau, Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce; David Tedder, County Attorney, Jasper County; Frank Turano, Alliance Consulting Engineers; Robb Wells, President and CEO, Greater Beaufort Port Royal Convention and Visitors Bureau; and Jay Wiendl, Immediate Past Chairman, Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce.

Media: Joe Croley, Lowcountry Inside Track and Alec Snyder, Island Packet. Councilman Stewart chaired the meeting. Minutes - Finance Committee September 24, 2018 Page 2 of 7 ____________ To view video of full discussion of this meeting please visit http://beaufort.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2 ACTION ITEMS
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Discussion / Funding Assistance in Developing Wright Family Park and Calhoun Street Dock (Town of Bluffton)

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Flewelling, seconded by Mr. Covert, that Committee recommend Council approve on first reading an ordinance to appropriate 350,000 from Local 3 Accommodations Tax Fund for the development of the Wright Family Park and Calhoun Street Dock as a passive public park in the Town of Bluffton. The vote: YEAS Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

Tagged Passions:council, boating, parks, streets, taxes, Taxes, ordinance, development, Development, and accommodations tax

Recommendation: Council approve on first reading and ordinance to appropriate 350,000 from Local 3 Accommodations Tax Fund for the development of the Wright Family Park and Calhoun Street Dock as a passive public park in the Town of Bluffton.

Tagged Passions:council, boating, parks, streets, taxes, Taxes, ordinance, development, Development, and accommodations tax

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Discussion / MCIP Agreement with Jasper County (Project Peach)

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Flewelling, seconded by Mr. Covert, that Committee recommend Council approve on first reading an ordinance acknowledging the termination of an existing Multi-County Industrial/Business Park (RiverPort) pursuant to Section 4-1-170 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, as amended, and authorizing and approving (1) development of a new Joint County Industrial and Business Park pursuant to Section 4-1-170 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, as amended, in conjunction with Jasper County (the Park ), such Park to be geographically located in Jasper County; (2) the execution and delivery of a written Park Agreement with Jasper County as to the requirement of payments of fee in lieu of ad valorem taxes with respect to park property and the sharing of the revenues and expenses of the Park; (3) the distribution of revenues from the Park within Beaufort County; and (4) other matters related thereto (Project Peach). The vote: YEAS Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

Tagged Passions:council, parks, business, property, taxes, Taxes, ordinance, development, Fee-in-lieu, ad valorem, Development, and industrial

Recommendation: Council approve on first reading an ordinance acknowledging the termination of an existing Multi-County Industrial/Business Park (RiverPort) pursuant to Section 4-1-170 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, as amended, and authorizing and approving (1) development of a new Joint County Industrial and Business Park pursuant to Section 4-1-170 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, as amended, in conjunction with Jasper County (the Park ), such Park to be geographically located in Jasper County; (2) the execution and delivery of a written Park Agreement with Jasper County as to the requirement of payments of fee in lieu of ad valorem taxes with respect to park property and the sharing of the revenues and expenses of the Park; (3) the distribution of revenues from the Park within Beaufort County; and (4) other matters related thereto (Project Peach).

Minutes - Finance Committee September 24, 2018 Page 3 of 7 ____________ To view video of full discussion of this meeting please visit http://beaufort.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2
Tagged Passions:council, parks, business, property, taxes, Taxes, ordinance, development, Fee-in-lieu, ad valorem, Development, industrial, and finance

3.
Discussion / Timeline for Beaufort County s Financial Commitments to the

Technical College of the Lowcountry Culinary Arts Institute

Tagged Passions:university, arts, and finance

Motion: It was moved by Mr. Flewelling, seconded by Mr. Covert, that Committee recommend Council approve on first reading, by title only, a supplemental ordinance clarifying a timeline for funds from Beaufort County to the Technical College of the Lowcountry for the construction of the Lowcountry Culinary Institute and Tourism Center. The vote: YEAS Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

Tagged Passions:council, university, ordinance, construction, tourism, and funding

Recommendation: Council approve on first reading, by title only, a supplemental ordinance clarifying a timeline for funds from Beaufort County to the Technical College of the Lowcountry for the construction of the Lowcountry Culinary Institute and Tourism Center.

Tagged Passions:council, university, ordinance, construction, tourism, and funding

4.
Matters Arising Out of Executive Session

Motion 1: It was moved by Mr. Dawson, seconded by Mr. Flewelling, that Committee

recommend Council approve on first reading an ordinance to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with Jasper County and the Jasper County School District to build a Joint Shelter. Beaufort County will pay 60 of the 409,308 project cost, making Beaufort County s share 245,584.80, and will approve the supplemental budget appropriation. The vote: YEAS - Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

Tagged Passions:council, budget, education, ordinance, intergovernmental, and funding

Motion 2: It was moved by Mr. Flewelling, seconded by Mr. Rodman, that Committee

recommend Council approve the purchase of the Boys and Girls Club property, known as TMS R100 025 000 050A 0000 and TMS R100 025 000 0323 0000, for 6,072.97. The funding would come from the General Fund. The vote: YEAS - Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed. Recommendation 1: Council approve on first reading an Intergovernmental Agreement with Jasper County and the Jasper County School District to build a Joint Shelter. Beaufort County would pay 60 of the 409,308 project, making Beaufort County s share 245,584.80 and will approve the supplemental budget appropriation. Recommendation 2: Council approve the purchase of the Boys and Girls Club property, known as TMS R100 025 000 050A 0000 and TMS R100 025 000 0323 0000, for 6,072.97. The funding would come from the General Fund. Minutes - Finance Committee September 24, 2018 Page 4 of 7 ____________ To view video of full discussion of this meeting please visit http://beaufort.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2
Tagged Passions:council, property, budget, education, purchasing, intergovernmental, funding, and finance

5.
Councilman Rodman Report / Independent Contractor Agreement with Joshua

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A.
Gruber

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Third Party Agreement:

Motion: It was moved by Mr. Caporale, seconded by Mr. Fobes, that Committee recommend Council hire a third party to go out and take a look at all of these matters as well as the purchase of the land and see if there were any violations (legal, ethical, judgements) of any of our ordinances, or any of our codes, or state statutes. Further, report to all members of Council, by email, whatever it is he finds as a results of his research and his investigation; recommend Assistant County Attorney, Chris Inglese, negotiate a contract amount up to 10,000; and enter into the contract.

Tagged Passions:council, contract, legal, purchasing, and ordinance

Motion to amend by addition: It was moved by Mr. Flewelling to enter into a sole

source contract with Jay Bender up to 10,000 to investigate this matter of the contract and the property acquisition at Battery Point, One Bostic Circle, and report back to us with his findings in a reasonable period of time. The motion died due to lack of a second.
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Mr. Stewart, as Committee Chairman, stated that this body is not acting today on the

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purchase of the property. This Committee does not have the authority to do that. That issue is for the Community Services Committee to decide. We are acting on the contract today with Mr. Gruber, and Mr. Gruber s contract only.

Motion to table: It was moved by Mr. Rodman, to table the motion. The motion died due to lack of a second. The vote: YEAS Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Flewelling, and Mr. Fobes. NAYS Mr. Rodman, Mr. Stewart and Mr. Sommerville. ABSTAIN Mr. Dawson. The motion passed.
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Extension of Independent Contract:

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Rodman, seconded by Mr. Flewelling, that Committee

authorize the Interim County Administrator to extend the Independent Contractor Agreement with Joshua A. Gruber for an additional month (through hurricane season). The vote: YEAS Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman, Mr. Stewart and Mr. Sommerville. ABSTAIN Mr. Caporale. The motion passed.

Recommendation 1: Council hire a third party to go out and take a look at all of these matters as well as the purchase of the land and see if there were any violations of any of our ordinances, or any of our codes, or state statutes. Further, report to all members of Council, by email, whatever it is he finds as a results of his research and his investigation. Minutes - Finance Committee September 24, 2018 Page 5 of 7 ____________ To view video of full discussion of this meeting please visit http://beaufort.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2
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Recommendation 2: Council authorize the Interim County Administrator to extend the Independent Contractor Agreement with Joshua A. Gruber for an additional month (through hurricane season).

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Presentation / Chamber of Commerce Annual Designated Marketing Organization (DMO) for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Budgets

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Fobes, seconded by Mr. Flewelling, that Committee

accept the Greater Beaufort Port Royal Convention and Visitors Bureau (formerly known as the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce) Fiscal Years 2018 and 2019 Designating Marketing Organization Budget Report as presented. The vote: YEAS Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed. Recommendation: It was moved by Mr. Flewelling, seconded by Mr. Fobes, that Committee accept the Greater Beaufort Port Royal Convention and Visitors Bureau (formerly known as the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce) Financial Report as presented. The vote: YEAS Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.
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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Caporale, seconded by Mr. Rodman, that Committee

accept the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce Fiscal Years 2018-2019 Designating Marketing Organization Budget Report as presented. The vote: YEAS Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed. Recommendation: It was moved by Mr. Flewelling, seconded by Mr. Rodman, that Committee accept the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce Financial Report as presented. The vote: YEAS Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. NAYS Mr. Caporale and Mr. Covert. The motion passed. Status: Committee accepted the Greater Beaufort Port Royal Convention and Visitors Bureau (formerly known as the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce) as well as the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce Fiscal Years 2018 and 2019 Designating Marketing Organization Budget Reports and Financial Reports as presented. Minutes - Finance Committee September 24, 2018 Page 6 of 7 ____________ To view video of full discussion of this meeting please visit http://beaufort.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2
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Discussion / Potential Amendment of Existing Ordinance Regarding

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Presentation of Annual Budgets and Expenditures of Designated Marketing Organizations

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Discussion: Mr. Tom Keaveny, Interim County Administrator and County Attorney, stated at the last Finance Committee meeting, staff was directed to look into revising our ordinances to set forth more clearly what we would like to see in the form of a budget and rendering in the County. Mr. Keaveny reached out to the South Carolina Association of Counties, other counties and the Tourism Expenditure Review Committee, and, surprisingly, there is no set standard among governmental entities regarding the definition of rendering of accounting. We are in the process of talking to those folks, and will bring forth a recommendation in 30 to 60 days.

Status: Information only.

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Summary / Local (3 ) Accommodations Tax Fund and Local Hospitality Tax Fund Obligations

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Discussion: Mrs. Alicia Holland, Assistant County Administrator Finance, provided the Committee with a summary of the Local (3 ) Accommodation Tax Fund. At present there is 2.2 million available in the Local (3 ) Accommodations Tax fund. . Status: Information only.

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Update / Available 2018 Accommodations (2 State) Tax Monies

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Status: Due to time constraints, this item will be taken up at the next meeting of the Finance Committee.

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Status of Year-End Closing Schedule for the Period Ended June 30, 2018 (FY2018)

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Finance Committee.

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Discussion / Daufuskie Island Fire Station Hardening Grant Award

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Status: Due to time constraints, this item will be taken up at the next meeting of the

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Executive Session

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Discussion of Potential Intergovernmental Agreement with Jasper County and the Jasper County School District Regarding a Joint Shelter Legal Advice Regarding Acquisition of Properties TMS R100 025 000 050C 0000, TMS R100 025 000 050A 0000, and TMS R100 025 000 0323 0000

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Rodman, seconded by Mr. Caporale, that Committee go

immediately into executive session for the purpose of discussing a potential Intergovernmental Agreement with Jasper County and the Jasper County School District Regarding a Joint Shelter and legal advice regarding acquisition of properties TMS R100 035 025 000 050C 0000, TMS R100 025 000 050A 0000, and TMS R100 025 000 0323 0000. The vote: YEAS - Mr. Caporale, Mr. Covert, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, Mr. Rodman and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

Status: Committee went into executive session for the purpose of discussing a potential Intergovernmental Agreement with Jasper County and the Jasper County School District Regarding a Joint Shelter and legal advice regarding acquisition of properties TMS R100 025 000 050C 0000, TMS R100 025 000 050A 0000, and TMS R100 025 000 0323 0000.
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Consideration of Reappointments and Appointments / Accommodations (State

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) Tax Board

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Status: Due to time constraints, this item will be taken up at the next meeting of the Finance Committee.

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Discussion / Proposed Financial Policies of Beaufort County

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Status: Due to time constraints, this item will be taken up at the next meeting of the Finance Committee.

____________ To view video of full discussion of this meeting please visit http://beaufort.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2 GOVERNMENTAL COMMITTEE

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The electronic and print media duly notified in accordance with the State Freedom of Information Act.

The Governmental Committee met Tuesday, October 1, 2018 beginning at 4:00 p.m. in the Executive Conference Room of the Administration Building, Beaufort County Government Robert Smalls Complex, 100 Ribaut Road, Beaufort, South Carolina. ATTENDANCE

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Vice Chairman Steven Fobes, and member Michael Covert, Brian Flewelling and Tabor Vaux present. Chairman Gerald Dawson and members York Glover and Jerry Stewart absent. Non- committee member Alice Howard, Stu Rodman and D. Paul Sommerville also present. (Paul Sommerville, as County Council Chairman, serves as an ex-officio member of each standing committee of Council and is entitled to vote.)

County staff: Jim Beckert, Auditor; Phil Foot, Assistant County Administrator Public Safety; Chris Inglese, Assistant County Attorney; and Tom Keaveny, County Attorney and Interim County Administrator.

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Public: Brian E. Hulbert, Staff Attorney, Town of Hilton Head Island; John Laganelli, Chief of Staff and Director of Operations, South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles; Larry Sapp, Chief Financial Officer, Town of Hilton Head Island.

Media: Eleanor W. Lightsey, Lowcountry Inside Track. Councilman Dawson chaired the meeting. ACTION ITEMS
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Discussion / Resolution and Petition of the Hilton Head Public Service District to Diminish TMS R510 010 000 0361 0000 from its Service Boundaries (One Old House Cay Island)

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Vaux, seconded by Mr. Flewelling, that Committee recommend Council adopt a resolution and petition of the Hilton Head Public Service District to diminish TMS R510 010 000 0361 0000 from its service boundaries. The vote: YEAS Mr. Covert, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, and Mr. Vaux. ABSENT Mr. Dawson, Mr. Glover and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

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Recommendation: Council adopt a resolution and petition of the Hilton Head Public Service District to diminish TMS R510 010 000 0361 0000 from its service boundaries.

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Discussion / Text Amendments to the Beaufort County Code of Ordinances, Chapter 38 Environment, Section 38-32 Clarifying that Unsightly Maintenance of Property is Prohibited

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Vaux, seconded by Mr. Flewelling, that Committee recommend Council approve on first reading text amendments to the Beaufort County Code of Ordinances, Chapter 38 Environment, Section 38-32 clarifying that unsightly maintenance of property is prohibited. The vote: YEAS Mr. Covert, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, and Mr. Vaux. ABSENT Mr. Dawson, Mr. Glover and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

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Recommendation: Council approve on first reading text amendments to the Beaufort County Code of Ordinances, Chapter 38 Environment, Section 38-32 clarifying that unsightly maintenance of property is prohibited.

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Discussion / Proposed Intergovernmental Agreement with Town of Hilton Head

Island to Allow their Municipal Ordinance Violations to be Heard in the Beaufort County Magistrate Court

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Flewelling, seconded by Mr. Vaux, that Committee recommend Council enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Town of Hilton Head Island to allow their municipal ordinance violations to be heard in the Beaufort County Magistrate Court. The vote: YEAS Mr. Covert, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, and Mr. Vaux. ABSENT Mr. Dawson, Mr. Glover and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

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Recommendation: Council enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Town of Hilton Head Island to allow their municipal ordinance violations to be heard in the Beaufort County Magistrate Court.

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Consideration of Reappointments and Appointments / Daufuskie Island Fire District

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Motion: It was moved by Mr. Vaux, seconded by Mr. Flewelling, that Committee recommend Council nominate Mr. Andrew Mason for appointment to serve as a member of the Duafuskie Island Fire District. The vote: YEAS Mr. Covert, Mr. Flewelling, Mr. Fobes, and Mr. Vaux. ABSENT Mr. Dawson, Mr. Glover and Mr. Stewart. The motion passed.

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Recommendation: Council nominate Mr. Andrew Mason for appointment to serve as a member of the Duafuskie Island Fire District.

Minutes Governmental Committee October 1, 2018 Page 3 of 3 ____________ To view video of full discussion of this meeting please visit http://beaufort.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2 INFORMATION ITEMS

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Presentation / South Carolina Real ID

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Discussion: Mr. John Laganelli, South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles Chief of Staff and Director of Operations provided the Committee with a PowerPoint presentation on South Carolina Real ID law that will become effective October 1, 2020.

Status: No action required. Information only.

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Update / Public Safety Report

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Discussion: Mr. Phil Foot, Assistant County Administrator Public Safety, provided the Committee with a monthly update on public safety.

Status: No action required. Information only.

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Update / Public Safety 2019 MCAS Air Show

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Discussion: Mr. Phil Foot, Assistant County Administrator Public Safety, stated the MCAS Air Show is April 27 and 28, 2019. Mr. Foot requested 10,000 to cover overtime expenses associated with the 2019 Air Show. 2017 Air Show overtime expenses were approximately 8,000. The suggested funding source is State 2 Accommodations Tax Funds.

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Status: Committee members supported the expenditure and suggested, if possible, staff to submit a grant application to Accommodations (2 ) Tax Board.

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Disabilities and Special Needs Board

NominateD Name Position/Area/Expertise Reappoint/Appoint Votes Required Term/Years Expiration 09.24.18 Wendy Bukowski Countywide Appoint 6/11 4 2/23

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Accommodations Tax (2 State) Board

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NominateD Name Position/Area/Expertise Reappoint/Appoint Votes Required Term/Years Expiration 09.24.18 Jonathan Sullivan Hospitality Appoint 6/11 Partial Term 2/22

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Construction Adjustments and Appeals Board

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NominateD Name Position/Area/Expertise Reappoint/Appoint Votes Required Term/Years Expiration 09.24.18 Albert Thomas Design Prof./Contractor/Building Industry Appoint 8/11 4 2/23

Daufuskie Island Fire District Nominate Name Position/Area/Expertise Reappoint/Appoint Votes Required Term/Years Expiration 09.24.18 Andrew Mason Daufuskie Island Fire Service Area Appoint 6/11 Parital Term 2/22 Lady's Island / St. Helena Island Fire District NominateD Name Position/Area/Expertise Reappoint/Appoint Votes Required Term/Years Expiration 09.24.18 Chet Houston Lady's Island Appoint 6/11 4 2/23 Boards and Commissions Reappointments and Appointments Community Services Committee Governmental Committee Finance Committee Page 1 of 1 Page 1 of 2 RESOLUTION 2018 / ___ A RESOLUTION TO DESIGNATE PUBLIC WORKS, STORMWATER, ENGINEERING, AND FACILITIES MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEES AS FIRST RESPONDERS AS FEDERALLY MANDATED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES WHEREAS, the American Public Works Association is a not-for-profit, international organization of more than 30,000 members involved in the field of public works. APWA serves its members by promoting professional excellence and public awareness through education, advocacy and the exchange of knowledge; and WHEREAS, on May 7, 2018, the American Public Works Association announced the Association s adoption of a national Public Works First Responder symbol. The symbol is to be used throughout North America to recognize public works professionals federally mandated role as first responders; and WHEREAS, President George W. Bush issued Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5), Management of Domestic Incidents, in 2003, in which a public works response to emergencies and disasters is recognized as an absolute necessity, and the federal government is directed to include public works in all planning and response effort; and WHEREAS, the Public Works First Responder symbol uses familiar colors orange, black and white and a design reminiscent of road construction, signs, safety cones and orange construction barrels. The Public Works First Responder symbol is expected to increase recognition of public works as first responders throughout North America; and WHEREAS, by displaying the symbol wherever appropriate, public works agencies can raise awareness among all citizens, government officials, and other first responders about the critical role public works plays in emergency management efforts. Beaufort County will ensure the symbol has maximum exposure in as many settings as possible such as on fleet vehicles, license plates, letterhead, hard hats, uniforms, identification badges, public buildings, and offices; and WHEREAS, Beaufort County Council believes to best provide for the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens, it is appropriate to recognize our employees that put the citizens of Beaufort County before themselves in time of emergency; and WHEREAS, Beaufort County Employees in multiple departments involved in Disaster Response and Recovery have demonstrated their skills and commitment multiple times throughout the years and most recently during the ice storm of 2014, the floods of 2015; Hurricanes Joaquin and Matthew in 2016, Hurricance Irma in 2017, and Hurricane Florence in 2018. Page 2 of 2 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY BEAUFORT COUNTY COUNCIL, that employees of the departments of Public Works, Stormwater, Solid Waste and Recycling, Traffic Engineering, Engineering Infrastructure, Grounds, Facilities Management, and Disaster Recovery are recognized as First Responders and encourage businesses, organizations, community groups, and citizens to extend the many gratuitous offers and benefits provided to First Responders of our community. This Resolution will become effective upon approval by County Council. Adopted this _____ day of October, 2018. COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY By: _____________________________________ D. Paul Sommerville, Chairman APPROVED AS TO FORM:

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_______________________________ Thomas J. Keaveny II Interim County Administrator County Attorney

ATTEST: _______________________________ Connie L. Schroyer, Clerk to Council FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Jared Shilhanek Sr. Marketing Communications Manager (816) 595 5257 jshilhanek@apwa.net American Public Works Association Announces Rollout of National Public Works First Responder Symbol INDIANAPOLIS, In. May 7, 2018 This morning, at the North American Snow Conference general opening session, American Public Works Association (APWA) President William Bo Mills announced the Association s adoption of a national Public Works First Responder symbol. The symbol is to be used throughout North America to recognize public works professionals federally mandated role as first responders. President George W. Bush issued Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD 5), Management of Domestic Incidents, in 2003, in which a public works response to emergencies and disasters is recognized as an absolute necessity, and the federal government is directed to include public works in all planning and response efforts. The Public Works First Responder symbol is expected to increase recognition of public works as first responders throughout North America. The Public Works First Responder symbol uses familiar colors orange, black and white and a design reminiscent of road construction, signs, safety cones and orange construction barrels.
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By displaying the symbol wherever appropriate, public works agencies can raise awareness among all citizens, government officials, and other first responders about the critical role public works plays in emergency management efforts. To ensure the symbol has maximum exposure in as many settings as possible such as on fleet vehicles, license plates, letterhead, hard hats, uniforms, public buildings, and offices APWA is making the symbol available in multiple formats at no cost to all public works agencies.

Public works agencies can obtain free access to the symbol s artwork, as well as APWA s simple guidelines for use of the symbol on the web or in all print formats, at www.apwa.net/firstresponder. Items displaying the symbol also may be purchased in the APWA Store at www.apwa.net/store. For more information about the Public Works First Responder symbol, or about APWA, please contact Jared Shilhanek, Sr. Marketing Communications Manager, at 816 595 5257 or jshilhanek@apwa.net.
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About APWA The American Public Works Association (www.apwa.net) is a not for profit, international organization of more than 30,000 members involved in the field of public works. APWA serves its members by

promoting professional excellence and public awareness through education, advocacy and the exchange of knowledge. APWA is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, has an office in Washington, D.C., and 63 chapters in North America. A RESOLUTION

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ORDERING A BOND REFERENDUM TO BE HELD IN THE FRIPP ISLAND PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, ON THE QUESTION OF THE ISSUANCE OF NOT EXCEEDING 5,300,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF FRIPP ISLAND PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA; PROVIDING FOR THE FORM OF THE BALLOT TO BE USED; PROVIDING FOR NOTICE OF THE REFERENDUM; AND PROVIDING FOR OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO

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BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA, AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. Findings The County Council of Beaufort County (the County Council ), which is the governing body of Beaufort County, South Carolina (the County ), hereby finds and determines:
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(a) The Fripp Island Public Service District, South Carolina (the District ), was created and established as a body politic and corporate by Act No. 1042 of the Acts and Joint Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina for the year 1962, as amended;

(b) Article X, Section 14 of the Constitution of the State of South Carolina, 1895, as amended (the Constitution ), provides that general obligation debt may be incurred by the governing body of any special purpose district for any of its corporate purposes in an amount not exceeding eight percent of the assessed value of all taxable property of such district. Such Article further provides that if general obligation debt is authorized by a majority vote of the qualified electors of the special purpose district voting in a referendum authorized by law, there shall be no conditions or restrictions limiting the incurring of such indebtedness except as specified in such Article. (c) The corporate powers and duties of the District are performed by the Fripp

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Island Public Service District Commission (the Commission ), and as such, the Commission is the governing body of the District.

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(d) In carrying out its functions and duties, the Commission has determined that

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need exists at the present time to issue general obligation bonds in order to defray: (A) the costs of improving, equipping, repairing, and reconstructing the Fripp Inlet bridge and related infrastructure (the Project ), and (B) the costs of issuance of such bonds. The Commission estimates that the costs of designing, planning, acquiring, engineering, constructing, improving and equipping the Project, and the costs of issuance of the bonds, will not exceed 5,300,000.

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(e) The Commission, on behalf of the District, submitted a petition (the

Petition ) to the County Council requesting authorization to issue general obligation
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bonds of the District in a principal amount of not exceeding 5,300,000 (the Bonds ), in order to finance the costs of the Project, and the costs of issuance thereof.

(f) Pursuant to the terms of the Petition, the County Council held a public
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hearing on the question of the issuance of the Bonds on September 24, 2018, and, as acknowledged in the Petition, the County Council is authorized to and has determined to require an election under Section 6-11-890 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976, as amended, as a condition to the issuance of the Bonds.

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Section 2. Order to Hold Referendum

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Pursuant to the applicable provisions of the Constitution and laws of the State of South

Carolina, there is hereby ordered a referendum to be held in the District (the Bond Referendum ) on December 11, 2018 or such other date as may be determined by the Chairman of the Commission in consultation with the Election Commission (as defined below). On the date of the Bond Referendum, there shall be submitted to all persons residing in the District and qualified to vote under the Constitution and laws of the State of South Carolina the question of whether the District shall be authorized and empowered to issue the Bonds for the purpose of accomplishing the Project, and paying the costs of issuance thereof.
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Section 3. Voting, Polling Places, and Hours of Election

The Bond Referendum shall be conducted by the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County (the Election Commission ). The polls shall be opened at 7:00 a.m. and closed at 7:00 p.m. on the date of the Bond Referendum and shall be held during said hours without intermission or adjournment. The voting precincts and polling places for each of such precincts shall be such precincts and polling places as established by law wholly or partially within the District. Section 4. Ballot Question The Election Commission is requested to conduct the Bond Referendum in accordance with South Carolina law. Upon approval by the Election Commission, the form of ballot to be used in the Bond Referendum and the instructions to voters appearing thereon shall be in substantially the form set forth at Appendix A below, with such other changes as may be deemed necessary by the Chairman of the Commission upon consultation with the Director of the Election Commission. Section 5. Voter Qualification Every person offering to vote must be at least 18 years of age on the date of the Bond Referendum, must reside in the County and must be duly registered on the books of registration for the County as an elector in the precinct in which he or she resides and offers to vote on or before the date on which said books of registration are closed for the Bond Referendum, and must present either a South Carolina driver's license, another form of identification containing a photograph issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles, a passport, a military identification card containing a photograph issued by the federal government, or a South Carolina voter registration

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card containing a photograph of the voter pursuant to Section 7-5-675 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976, as amended. If a voter cannot produce any type of the aforementioned identification at his designated precinct, the voter may cast a provisional ballot that is counted only if the voter brings a valid and current photograph identification to the Election Commission before the results of the election are certified.

Any registered elector who meets the requirements set forth in the preceding sentences and who has moved his or her place of residence within the County after the date on which said books of registration are closed for the Bond Referendum, but before the date of the Bond Referendum, shall be entitled to vote in his or her previous precinct of residence in the Bond Referendum.
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Absentee ballots for the Bond Referendum shall be available at the County voter

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registration office. The books of registration shall be closed thirty (30) days prior to the Bond Referendum.

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Section 6. Notice of Bond Referendum

A notice of the Bond Referendum (the Notice ), substantially in the form set forth in Appendix B, shall be published in compliance with the provisions of Sections 7-13-35 and 4-15- 50, of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976, as amended. The Chairman of the Commission shall be authorized to make such modifications or changes to the Notice as he shall deem necessary and the published version thereof shall constitute conclusive evidence of the approval of the Notice by the County Council. The Election Commission is authorized to change any of the locations of polling places for the Bond Referendum in accordance with State law as deemed necessary or advisable. In the event of such change, appropriate changes are to be made to the Notice.

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Section 7. Registration and the Election Commission

A certified copy of this Resolution shall be filed with the Election Commission, and the Election Commission is hereby requested as follows:

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(a) to join in the action of the District in providing for the Notice and the ballot in substantially the form contained herein;

(b) to prescribe the form of ballot to be used in the Bond Referendum; (c) to arrange for polling places for each precinct, or any part of a precinct within the District; (d) to appoint Managers of Election; (e) to provide a sufficient number of ballots or voting machines, as the case

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may be, for the Bond Referendum; (f) to conduct the Bond Referendum, receive the returns thereof, canvass such

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returns, declare the results thereof, and certify such results to the County Council; and

(g) take other steps and prepare such other means as shall be necessary or required by law in order to properly conduct the Bond Referendum.
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DONE AT BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA, this _____ day of October 2018.

COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY (SEAL) BY: ____________________________________ D. Paul Sommerville, Chairman APPROVED AS TO FORM:

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_________________________________ Thomas J. Keaveny, II, County Attorney

Attest: _________________________________ Connie L. Schroyer, Clerk to Council A-1 APPENDIX A FORM OF BALLOT OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR REFERENDUM
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5,300,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FRIPP ISLAND PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA

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_______________________ Initials of Issuing Officer

OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR REFERENDUM 5,300,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS

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FRIPP ISLAND PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA December 11, 2018

Question Shall the Fripp Island Public Service District, located in Beaufort County, South Carolina (the District ), be authorized to issue and sell, either as a single issue or as several separate issues, general obligation bonds of the District in an aggregate principal amount of not exceeding 5,300,000, the proceeds of which shall be applied to defray: (A) the costs of improving, equipping, repairing, and reconstructing the Fripp Inlet bridge and related infrastructure; and (B) the costs of issuance of such bonds? Yes, in favor of the question No, opposed to the question If you are in favor of the question, fill in the oval before the words Yes, in favor of the question ; if you are opposed to the question, fill in the oval before the words No, opposed to the question. B-1 APPENDIX B NOTICE OF REFERENDUM

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5,300,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS

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FRIPP ISLAND PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Referendum will be held in the Fripp Island Public Service District, South Carolina (the District ), on December 11, 2018, for the purpose of submitting to all persons qualified to vote in the District pursuant to the Constitution and laws of the State of South Carolina, the following question:

Question Shall the Fripp Island Public Service District, located in Beaufort County, South Carolina (the District ), be authorized to issue and sell, either as a single issue or as several separate issues, general obligation bonds of the District in an aggregate principal amount of not exceeding 5,300,000, the proceeds of which shall be applied to defray: (A) the costs of improving, equipping, repairing, and reconstructing the Fripp Inlet bridge and related infrastructure; and (B) the costs of issuance of such bonds? Yes, in favor of the question No, opposed to the question The question is being submitted pursuant to Article X, Section 14 of the Constitution of the State of South Carolina, 1895, as amended, Title 6, Chapter 11, Article 3 and Title 4, Chapter 15 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976, as amended (the South Carolina Code ), a resolution of the Commission of the District adopted on August 7, 2018, a resolution of the County Council of Beaufort County, South Carolina (the County Council ) adopted on August 27, 2018, and an ordinance of the County Council enacted on October 8, 2018. If a majority of the qualified electors of the District voting in the Referendum approve the issuance of not exceeding 5,300,000 of general obligation bonds of the District, such bonds may be issued by the District either at one time as a single issue or from time to time as several separate issues. As stated in the Question, the proceeds of the bonds will be used for the purpose of defraying: (A) the costs of improving, equipping, repairing, and reconstructing the Fripp Inlet bridge and related infrastructure; and (B) the costs of issuance of such bonds. Every person offering to vote (a) must be at least 18 years of age on the date of the Referendum; (b) must be duly registered on the books of registration for Beaufort County as an elector in the precinct in which he or she resides and offers to vote on or before the date on which said books of registration are closed for the Referendum; and (c) such documents and/or forms of identification as required by State law. Persons who become of age during the 30-day period preceding the Referendum shall be entitled to register before the closing of the books if otherwise qualified. B-2 The last day persons may register to be eligible to vote in the Referendum will be Monday, November 12, 2018. Applications for registration to vote sent by mail must be postmarked no later than Monday, November 12, 2018 to the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County, Post Office Drawer 1228, Beaufort, SC 29901, or delivered to the office of Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County located at 15 John Galt Road, Beaufort, SC 29906, on or before Monday, November 12, 2018. Registered voters may be eligible to vote by absentee ballot. Persons wishing more information concerning absentee balloting should contact the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County by telephone at (843) 255-6900 or email at voter@bcgov.net. The process of examining return-addressed envelopes containing absentee ballots begins at 9:00 a.m. on December 11, 2018, at the office of the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County located at 15 John Galt Road, Beaufort, SC 29906 Voters will be asked to provide one of the following Photo IDs when voting in person:

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S.C. Driver's License ID Card issued by S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles S.C. Voter Registration Card with Photo Federal Military ID U.S. Passport

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If you have one of these Photo IDs, you are ready to vote. Voters should remember to bring one of these Photo IDs with them to the polling place. Voters without Photo ID can get one free of charge from the Department of Motor Vehicles or their county voter registration and elections office. Voters whom cannot get a Photo ID, should bring their paper voter registration card without a photo with them to their polling place. These voters can then sign an affidavit swearing to their reason for not being able to get a Photo ID and vote a provisional ballot. This ballot will count unless the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County have grounds to believe the affidavit is false. For more information on Photo ID, visit scVOTES.org or contact the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County at (843) 255-6900.

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After the Referendum, the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County shall hold a hearing on ballots challenged in the election at 10 am on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at the office of the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County located at 15 John Galt Road, Beaufort, SC 29906.

The following precinct and polling place will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.: Precinct Location Saint Helena 2C Fripp Island Community Center 205 Tarpon Blvd. St. Helena Island, SC 29920 RESOLUTION 2018 _______ A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE INTERIM COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE A RIGHT OF ENTRY GRANTING THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TEMPORARY AND EXCLUSIVE CONTROL OVER CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT GRAY S HILL BOAT LANDING WHEREAS, on September 28, 2018 a Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) F-35B crashed in the area of Little Barnwell Island; and WHEREAS, the United States Government has deemed it necessary to enter and restrict others from entering property owned by Beaufort located at the Gray s Hill Boat landing and shown on the attached Exhibit A ; and WHEREAS, the Right of Entry is provided for access to the crash area for investigation and response effort; and WHEREAS, the citizens and residents are best served by providing the United States Government with a temporary Right of Entry in support of an investigation and response effort for the September 28, 2018 MCAS mishap. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by Beaufort County Council, duly

Tagged Passions:council, boating, property, streets, administrator, hearing, voting, community center, referendum, grant, and election

assembled, does hereby authorize the Interim County Administrator to execute the Right of Entry providing access to the United States Government in support of its investigation and response effort for the September 28, 2018 MCAS mishap.

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Adopted this _____ day of October, 2018.

COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY By: _____________________________________ D. Paul Sommerville, Chairman APPROVED AS TO FORM:
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_______________________________ Thomas J. Keaveny II Interim County Administrator County Attorney

ATTEST: _______________________________ Connie L. Schroyer, Clerk to Council
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Gray s Hill Boat Landing

All correspondence pertaining to this Permit should include a reference to Agreement No. N40085-19-RP-00027
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RIGHT OF ENTRY PERMIT

This RIGHT OF ENTRY PERMIT ( Permit ) is effective this _____ day of October, 2018 and is by and between County of Beaufort. ( Permittor ) and THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, acting by and through the Department of the Navy ( Government ). RECITALS: WHEREAS, Permittor owns certain real property located at Gray s Hill Boat Landing, Beaufort County, South Carolina hereinafter ( Premises ) depicted on Exhibit A attached hereto; and WHEREAS, Government desires entry onto Premises, in support of an investigation and response effort at an aircraft mishap on nearby property, to use the Premises as a staging area for damaged aircraft and associated debris removed from the aircraft mishap site, and related response activities, such mishap occurring on or about September 28, 2018 ( Permitted Use ). WHEREAS, the Government has requested Permittor who has agreed to grant the Government revocable right of entry upon the Premises for the Permitted Use subject to the terms and conditions provided herein. AGREEMENT: NOW, THEREFORE, without consideration, Permittor and Government agree as follows:
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Revocable Right of Entry. Permittor hereby grants Government, its successors, contractors, officers, agents, employees and assigns, a revocable right of entry permit (Permit) to enter into and upon the Premises for the Permitted Use. The Navy s contract number for this Permit is N40085-19-RP-00027.

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Non-assignable/Non-transferable. This Permit is neither assignable nor transferable by Government, its successors, contractors, officers, agents, employees and assigns.

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Accompaniment. Unless otherwise authorized in writing by the Government, Permittor shall not accompany Government, its successors, contractors, officers, agents, employees and assigns entering the Premises.

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Term. The term of this Permit shall be for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of execution of this document. Prior to the expiration of this Permit, the Government may find that it is appropriate to extend and, if necessary, negotiate a lease agreement for longer term use of the Premises, The Government reserves the right in its sole discretion to determine whether

All correspondence pertaining to this Permit should include a reference to Agreement No. N40085-19-RP-RP-00027 - 2 -
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extension of the term is necessary. PERMITTOR SHALL ALLOW NO OTHER USE OF THE PROPERTY DURING THE TERM OF THIS PERMIT.

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Property Restoration. At the termination of this Permit, the Government agrees to restore the Premises to the same or a substantially similar condition as existed on the date of entry under this Permit, ordinary wear and tear excepted.

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Liability.

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Government Liability to Permittor or Third Parties. Pursuant to the Federal Tort Claims Act ( FTCA ), 28 U.S.C. 1346(b), 2671-2680, or the Military Claims Act ( MCA ), 10 U.S.C. 2733, as applicable, the Government is liable to Permittor and any third party for any injury to persons or damage to property proximately caused by the acts or omissions of Permittee employees acting within the scope of their employment. In no case will the Government's liability exceed that allowable under applicable law, including the FTCA and MCA, or available appropriations.

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Permittor Liability to the Government. GOVERNMENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT PERMITTOR WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR DEATH OR INJURIES TO PERSONS OR DAMAGE TO OR THEFT OF PROPERTY ARISING FROM OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE GOVERNMENT S USE OF THE PREMISES PURSUANT TO THIS PERMIT.

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Entire Agreement. This Permit constitutes the entire agreement between the parties regarding the Government s Permitted Use of the Premises. Any modification and amendment to this Right of Entry Permit must be in writing and signed by all parties hereto.

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Notices. Whenever any notice, demand or request is required or permitted under this Permit, such notice, demand or request shall be in writing and shall be sent by United States Mail to the addresses set forth below:

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To Permitter: Thomas Keaveny

County of Beaufort Interim County Manager P.O. 1228 Beaufort, SC 29901 To Permittee: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic ATTN: Real Estate Contracting Officer (AM1) 9324 Virginia Ave. Norfolk, VA 23511 All correspondence pertaining to this Permit should include a reference to Agreement No. N40085-19-RP-RP-00027 - 3 -
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Local Representative. The Navy s local representative in this matter is:

Kimberly Fleming MCAS Beaufort 703-314-6157

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Anti-Deficiency Act; Navy s Obligations. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, all of Government s activities under or pursuant to this Right of Entry Permit are subject to the availability of appropriated funds, and no provisions shall be interpreted to require obligation or provision of funds in violation of the Anti-Deficiency Act, 31 U.S.C. 1341. Additionally, nothing contained in this Permit shall be considered to imply that the Congress of the United States of America will, at any later date, appropriate sufficient funds to meet the Navy s obligations under this Permit or any deficiencies hereunder.

FOR PERMITTOR:

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By: ________________________________________ ________________ Date

________________________________________ THOMAS KEAVENY Interim County Manager P. O. 1228 Beaufort, SC 2991 FOR GOVERNMENT: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, acting by and through the Department of the Navy
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By: ______________________________________ ________________ Real Estate Contracting Officer Date

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_______________________________________ MATTHEW D. KURTZ

David L Thomas, Purchasing Director dthomas@bcgov.net 843.255.2353 COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 106 Industrial Village Road, Bldg. 2, Post Office Drawer 1228 Beaufort, South Carolina 29901-1228 TO: Councilman Jerry Stewart, Chairman, Finance Committee FROM: David L Thomas. CPPO. Purchasing Director
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SUBJ: New Contract as a Result of SolicitationNew Contract as a Result of Solicitation

DATE: BACKGROUND: VENDOR INFORMATION: COST: FUNDING:

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IFB 062818ARW, Airfield Lighting Rehabilitation, Beaufort County Airport

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10/02/2018

Beaufort County issued an Invitation for Bids (IFB) to contractors capable of providing airfield lighting replacement services. The airfield at Beaufort County Airport was inundated during both Hurricane Matthew and Tropical Storm Irma. The electrical system (which powers airfield lighting, navigational aids, and the like) has suffered extensive damage and can no longer be repaired piecemeal. The entire system will be replaced via this project. Per Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Grant requirements, this project requires a full time resident project representative who will observe the project work and provide documentation of required quality assurance testing. Reports of the tests performed will be delivered, along with a summary of all tests accomplished at project closeout to the FAA, certifying compliance with design plans and specifications. The bids were reviewed and evaluated by staff and it was determined that Walker and Whiteside, Greenville SC, was the lowest responsible/responsive bidder. The Beaufort County Airports Board finds this contract award and work authorization acceptable. Therefore, the BCAB forwards these items to Finance Committee for their approval.
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Walker Whiteside Greenville, SC 905,982

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Kobo Utility Construction Sandwich, MA 1,484,388

Construction Admin, Resident Project Representative: Talbert, Bright Ellington (TBE), Charlotte, NC 159,316 TOTAL COST 1,065,298 Page 1 of 2New Memos - 2018-0048 10/4/2018http://bcweb/PUR/_layouts/Print.FormServer.aspx Funding approved: YesYes By: Date: FOR ACTION: RECOMMENDATION:

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Attachment: IFB 062818ARW Attachments.pdf 143.8 KB

cc: Tom Keaveny, Interim County Administrator Approved: Yes Date: Check to override approval: Overridden by: Override Date: Alicia Holland, Assistant County Administrator, Finance Approved: YesYes Date:
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Colin Kinton, Director, Transportation Engineering Division Approved: YesYes Date: Check to override approval: Overridden by: Override Date: ready for admin:

Jon Rembold, Director, Airports Department Approved: YesYes Date: Check to override approval: Overridden by: Override Date: ready for admin:
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FAA AIP Grant 14 (90 ), SCAC Grant (5 ), Beaufort County Airport (Lady's Island) Proprietary Fund (5 ). aholland 10/03/2018 Finance Committee meeting occurring October 8, 2018. The Finance Committee approve and recommend to County Council the award of the subject contract to Walker and Whiteside and approval of the subject TBE Work Authorization.

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BEAUFORT COUNTY AIRPORT LADY'S ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA

WORK AUTHORIZATION 18-05 August 10,2018
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PROJECT NO.: TBI NO. 2119-1805

It is agreed to undertake the following work in accordance with the provisions of our Contract for Professional Services.

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Description of Work Authorized: This project will include the construction administration, full time Resident Project Representative (RPR) services, and Quality Acceptance Testing for the rehabilitation of lighting systems at the Beaufort County Airport. The system has become increasingly difficult to maintain operational due to the inundation from Hurricane Matthew and needs to be replaced.

The construction phase services for this project includes coordination with the Owner for award of the construction contract, preparation and distribution of contract documents and Released For Construction plans and specifications to the Contractor, follow up with FAA on approval of 7460, coordinating and conducting the ?reconstruction Conference and preparation of minutes, review of project schedule submitted by Contractor, coordination and review of Contractor submittals, Construction visits/Progress Meetings outlines and meeting minutes, review field change requests and related correspondence, prepare and distribute general construction correspondence throughout the project, review quality acceptance test results, review and process Contractor pay requests, conduct a Final Inspection and prepare/distribute punch list items letter, develop record drawings, assist Beaufort County with Grant Closeout and prepare Grant closeout paperwork. BASIC SERVICES
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CONSTRUCTION PHASE: The construction phase services for this project includes coordination with the Owner for award of the construction contract, preparation and distribution of contract documents and Released For Construction plans and specifications to the Contractor, follow up with FAA on approval of 7460, coordinating and conducting the ?reconstruction Conference and preparation of minutes, review of project schedule submitted by Contractor, coordination and review of Contractor submittals, Construction visits/Progress Meetings outlines and meeting minutes, review field change requests and related correspondence, prepare and distribute general construction correspondence throughout the project, review quality acceptance test results, review and process Contractor pay requests, conduct a Final Inspection and prepare/distribute punch list items letter, develop record drawings, assist Beaufort County with Grant Closeout and prepare Grant closeout paperwork.

The intended deliverables for this submittal shall include:

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Talbert, Bright Ellington, Inc. Work Anlhori=ation 2119-1805

I PDF versions of record drawing plan sheets and technical specifications. PDF version of final Engineer's Report SPECIAL SERVICES Task I -Full-Time Resident Project Representative (RPR) A full-time resident project representative will be provided to observe the construction and other responsibilities.

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Task 2- Quality Assurance Testing

Quality assurance and acceptance testing required by the project specifications for th is project will be provided. Reports of the tests performed will be provided, along with a summary of all tests performed at project closeout.

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E-Verify Requirement. The Engineer shall comply with the requirements of the South Carolina Illegal Immigration and Reform Act . Further, if the Engineer utilizes a subcontractor, the Engineer shall require the subcontractor to comply with the requirements of the South Carolina Illegal Immigration and Reform Act .

Iran Divestment Act Certification. The Contractor shall comply with the requirements of N.C.G.S. 147-86.59. The Contractor certifies that, as of the date of this contract, it is not listed on the Final Divestment List created by the State Treasurer pursuant to N.C.G.S. 147-86.58. Further, the Contractor shall not utilize any subcontractor found on the State Treasurer's Final Divestment List. Estimated Time Schedule: Work shall be completed in accordance with the schedule established and agreed upon by the Owner and Engineer.
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Cost of Services: The method of payment shall be in accordance with Article 6 of the contract. The work shall be performed in accordance with the Master Contract as a lump sum of 29,936.00 including expenses. Special services shall be performed on a not to exceed basis with a budget of 129,380.00, which includes reimbursable expenses. For a total of 159,316.00.

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APPROVED: BEAUFORT COUNTY Title Title: Date: Witness:
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FROM: Harold Wallace, Beaufort County Airports Board Chair
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SUBJ: Beaufort County Airports Board Recommendations to Finance

DATE: 20 September 2018 BACKGROUND. On September 20, 2018, the Beaufort County Airports Board reviewed the following items: Bid Award to Walker and Whiteside of Greenville, SC: ARW Airfield Lighting Replacement
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Talbert, Bright and Ellington Work Authorization- Construction Administration Services for ARW Airfield Lighting Replacement Project

The board finds the above authorizations acceptable and necessary for the continued efficient operation of the Beaufort County Airport. The SCAB recommends the attached documents for Finance Committee approval.

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GP105 MOBILIZATION 2 L-105 VAULT CLOSET DEMOLITION 3 L-105 AIRFIELD DEMOLITION 4 L-108 CABLE- L-824 5KV, 8 AWG TYPE C 5 L-108 CABLE- 600V, 1/C 1 0 AWG 6 L-108 CABLE- 600V, 1/C 12 AWG 7 L-108 CABLE- 600V, 1/C 16 AWG 8 L-108 COUNTERPOISE WITH CONDUIT/DUCT 9 L-108 PLOWED COUNTERPOISE 10 L-109 VAULT SITEWORK AND FOUNDATION 11 L-109 VAULT STRUCTURE 12 L-109 VAULT LIGHTNING PROTECTION GROUND RING SYSTEM 13 L-109 INTERIOR/EXTERIOR LIGHTING RECEPTACLES 14 L-109 INTERIOR GROUNDING SYSTEM 15 L-109 INTERIOR CONDUITS CABLES 16 L-109 NC-HEATER UNITS, 1-TON, THRU-WALL 17 L-109 TVSS 18 L-109 200A METER BOX 19 L-109 MAIN 240V, 1 PH, PANELBOARD, 225A, 22KAIC 20 L-109 CCR 7.5KW 21 L-109 S-1 CUTOUT CABINET 22 L-109 L-821 W/CONTACTORS CABINET 23 L-109 L-821 SWITCHES ONLY 24 L-109 L-854 RADIO CONTROLLER ANTENNA 25 L-109 PILOT CONTROL ANTENNA MOUNT 26 L-110 1W-2 PVC DIRECT BURY 27 L-110 4W-2 PVC DIRECT BURY 28 L-110 2W-2 HDPE BORE 29 L-110 3W 2 HDPE BORE 30 L-110 4W-2 HDPE BORE 31 L-110 6W-2 HDPE BORE 32 L-115 SINGLE PULL CAN 33 L-115 2-CAN PLAZA 34 L-115 3-CAN PLAZA 35 L-115 4-CAN PLAZA 36 L-115 6-CAN PLAZA 37 L-125 ELEVATED LED MIRLS 38 L-125 SEMI-FLUSH MIRLS 39 L-125 ELEVATED THRESHOLD/END LED FIXTURES 40 L-125 ELEVATED LED MITLS 41 L-125 LED REIL SYSTEM 42 L-125 LED L-881 PAPI SYSTEM 43 L-1 25 LED L-807 WIND CONE 44 L-125 SEGMENTED CIRCLE 45 L-125 L-858 L LIGHTED SIGN 1-2MODULE 46 L-125 L-858 L LIGHTED SIGN 3 4 MODULE 47 L-125 UNLIGHTED TAXIWAY END MARKER 48 M-103 CLOSED RUNWAY MARKER 49 SPEC. SANITARY SEWER SERVICE TO TERMINAL BUILDING- ALLOWANCE

TOTAL BASE BID AMOUNT QTY UNIT 1 LS 1 LS 1 LS 18,100 LF 12,240 LF 7,500 LF 12,000 LF 4,800 LF 14,600 LF
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, demolition, RFP, rfp, ports, radio, and sewer

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LS 1 EA 1 LS 1 LS 1 LS 1 LS 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

14,800 LF 600 LF 80 LF 160 LF 210 LF 300 LF 13 EA 2 EA 4 EA 5 EA 2 EA

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EA 2 EA 16 EA 96 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 9 EA 4 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 ALLOW

6/21/2011 DATE

WALKER WHITESIDE KOBO UTILITY CONSTRUCTION Engineer's GREENVILLE, SC SANDWICH, MA Estimate

LICENSE NO.: G11877 LICENSE NO.: G121539 UNIT PRICE EXT. TOTAL UNIT PRICE EXT. TOTAL UNIT PRICE EXT. TOTAL 66,765.00 66,765.00 65,800.00 65,800.00 459,800.00 459,800.00 1,100.00 1,100.00 37,559.00 37,559.00 16,500.00 16,500.00 16,400.00 16,400.00 28,900.00 28,900.00 27,500.00 27,500.00 1.25 22,625.00 2.00 36,200.00 1.93 34,933.00 0.80 9,792.00 0.80 9,792.00 1.38 16,891.20 0.70 5,250.00 1.00 7,500.00 4.40 33,000.00 0.50 6,000.00 0.60 7,200.00 1.93 23,160.00 1.35 6,480.00 1.20 5,760.00 2.75 13,200.00 2.25 32,850.00 3.00 43,800.00 2.75 40,150.00 4,900.00 4,900.00 18,667.00 18,667.00 22,000.00 22,000.00 29,800.00 29,800.00 114,600.00 114,600.00 15,400.00 15,400.00 7,100.00 7,100.00 3,877.00 3,877.00 11,000.00 11,000.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 7,645.00 7,645.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 1 ,000.00 1,000.00 3,869.00 3,869.00 3,300.00 3,300.00 6,725.00 6,725.00 7,500.00 7,500.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 2,285.00 2,285.00 6,500.00 6,500.00 2,750.00 2,750.00 1,480.00 1,480.00 3,350.00 3,350.00 2,200.00 2,200.00
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, license, and construction

575.00 575.00 2,159.00 2,159.00 1,650.00 1,650.00 1,950.00 1,950.00 4,589.00 4,589.00 11,000.00 11,000.00

10,500.00 21,000.00 18,993.00 37,986.00 11,000.00 22,000.00 2,025.00 2,025.00 11,550.00 11,550.00 8,250.00 8,250.00 4,100.00 4,100.00 28,873.00 28,873.00 8,800.00 8,800.00 1,600.00 1,600.00 19,844.00 19,844.00 2,200.00 2,200.00 2,990.00 2,990.00 6,579.00 6,579.00 3,300.00 3,300.00

295.00 295.00 988.00 988.00 1,100.00 1,100.00 6.00 88,800.00 10.00 148,000.00 8.80 130,240.00

13,725.00 27,450.00 34,463.00 68,926.00 16,500.00 33,000.00 22,650.00 45,300.00 46,559.00 93,118.00 33,000.00 66,000.00 12,100.00 12,100.00 7,500.00 7,500.00 14,300.00 14,300.00 8,775.00 8,775.00 45,889.00 45,889.00 11,000.00 11,000.00 3,900.00 35,100.00 4,889.00 44,001.00 5,500.00 49,500.00 4,575.00 18,300.00 5,889.00 23,556.00 6,600.00 26,400.00 2,300.00 2,300.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 3,300.00 3,300.00 5,335.00 10,670.00 25,489.00 50,978.00 165.00 330.00 125,000.00 125,000.00 125,000.00 125,000.00 137,500.00 137,500.00 905,982.00 1,484,388.00 1,608,549.20 David L Thomas, Purchasing Director dthomas@bcgov.net 843.255.2353 COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 106 Industrial Village Road, Bldg. 2, Post Office Drawer 1228 Beaufort, South Carolina 29901-1228 TO: Councilman Jerry Stewart, Chairman, Finance Committee FROM: David L Thomas. CPPO. Purchasing Director
Tagged Passions:council, streets, purchasing, industrial, and finance

SUBJ: State Contract PurchaseState Contract Purchase

DATE: BACKGROUND: VENDOR INFORMATION: COST: FUNDING: Purchase Three (3) New Toro Commercial Wide Area Mowers for the Parks and Leisure Services Department (PALS)

Tagged Passions:parks, services, contract, commercial, purchasing, and funding

10/03/2018

The Purchasing Department received a request from the PALS Director to purchase three new 2018 Toro Ground Master 4000-D commercial wide area mowers from Smith Turf and Irrigation in Charlotte, NC, a state contract vendor. Prior to PALS taking over Parks Grounds Maintenance, Beaufort County possessed three commercial wide area mowers in the fleet. Parks Ground Maintenance for PALS is currently in need of three wide area mowers. One for each area of the County (Beaufort, Bluffton, Hilton Head) in order to properly maintain facilities. Repair totals for all three wide area mowers have exceeded 80,000 since their purchase. Two out of the three large mowers are no longer operable. First Vehicle has recommended the replacement of all three wide area mowers, along with going with a different brand of mower.
Tagged Passions:parks, contract, commercial, purchasing, and hotel

Smith Turf and Irrigation, Charlotte, NC *The total cost of 213,433.90 includes all discounts, a five-year warranty, delivery,

213,433.90*

SC sales tax, manuals for 3 new Toro Ground Master 4000-D Commercial Wide Area Mowers. See the attached for price quote for more information.

See above Page 1 of 2New Memos - 2018-0047 10/4/2018http://bcweb/PUR/_layouts/Print.FormServer.aspx Funding approved: YesYes By: Date: FOR ACTION: RECOMMENDATION:
Tagged Passions:taxes, commercial, Taxes, sale, and funding

Attachment: Toro Mowers PALS.pdf 964.71 KB

cc: Tom Keaveny, Interim County Administrator Approved: Yes Date: Check to override approval: Overridden by: Override Date: Alicia Holland, Assistant County Administrator, Finance Approved: YesYes Date:
Tagged Passions:administrator and finance

Phil Foot, Assistant County Administrator, Public Safety Approved: YesYes Date: Check to override approval: Overridden by: Override Date: ready for admin:

Tagged Passions:administrator and public safety

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