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CUMBERLAND COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

AGENDA CUMBERLAND COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

JUDGE E. MAURICE BRASWELL CUMBERLAND COUNTY COURTHOUSE - ROOM 118

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APRIL 1, 2019 9:00 AM

INVOCATION - Commissioner Michael Boose

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE -

RECOGNITION

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County Departments for Earning 2018 United Way Excellence and Achievement Awards

1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

2. PRESENTATIONS

A. Thank You to the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners for Their Assistance During Hurricane Florence by Manna Church

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B. 2020 Census Preparation and Promotion

C. Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center by Ms. Reka Reyna, Outreach Coordinator

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3. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Approval of Minutes for the March 18, 2019 Special Meeting with FTCC Board of Trustees, March 18, 2019 Regular Meeting and March 26, 2019 Special

Meeting for a Public Hearing to Consider an Economic Development Incentive Package
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B. Approval of Proclamation Declaring April 14-20, 2019 to be National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

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C. Approval of Offer to Purchase Two Lots Located at Ashley Street, Fayetteville

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D. Approval of Offer to Purchase Surplus Property Located at 6321 Aladdin Drive, Fayetteville, NC

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E. Approval of Offer to Purchase Surplus Property Located at 6383 Canadian Avenue, Fayetteville, NC

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F. Approval of Budget Ordinance Amendments for the April 1, 2019 Board of Commissioners' Agenda

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G. Approval of Cumberland County Board of Commissioners Agenda Session Items

1. Health Insurance Plan Changes for Fiscal Year 2020

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4. ITEMS OF BUSINESS

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A. Consideration and Approval of a Resolution to Authorize the Transfer of the

Cumberland County Celebrates the Babe Exhibit from the Crown Coliseum to SEGRA Stadium, Home of the Fayetteville Woodpeckers

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B. Conveyance of Lots 37 and 43, Cumberland Industrial Center, to FTCC for Fire and Rescue Training Facility

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5. NOMINATIONS

A. Senior Citizens Advisory Commission (1 Vacancy)

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B. Cumberland County Workforce Development Board (5 Vacancies)

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6. APPOINTMENTS

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A. Animal Control Board (1 Vacancy)

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B. Cape Fear Valley Health System Board of Trustees (3 Vacancies)

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7. CLOSED SESSION:

A. Economic Development Matter Pursuant to NCGS 143-318.11(a)(4)

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ADJOURN

WATCH THE MEETING LIVE

THIS MEETING WILL BE STREAMED LIVE THROUGH THE COUNTY'S WEBSITE, CO.CUMBERLAND.NC.US. LOOK FOR THE LINK AT THE TOP OF THE HOMEPAGE.

THE MEETING WILL ALSO BE BROADCAST LIVE ON FAYETTEVILLE/CUMBERLAND EDUCATIONAL TV (FCETV), SPECTRUM CHANNEL 5.

IT WILL BE REBROADCAST ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, AT 7:00 PM AND FRIDAY, APRIL 5, AT 10:30 AM.

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS:

April 15, 2019 (Monday) - 6:45 PM May 6, 2019 (Monday) - 9:00 AM May 20, 2019 (Monday) - 6:45 PM

THE MEETING VIDEO WILL BE AVAILABLE ATYOUTUBE.COM/CUMBERLANDCOUNTYNC

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE

MEMORANDUM FOR BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AGENDA OF APRIL 1, 2019

TO: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

FROM: SALLY SHUTT, ASSISTANT COUNTY MANAGER

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DATE: 3/24/2019

SUBJECT: COUNTY DEPARTMENTS FOR EARNING 2018 UNITED WAY EXCELLENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

BACKGROUND

Cumberland County employees contributed 31,984.02 to the 2018 United Way campaign, an increase of 2,193.77 over 2017 and the highest amount raised

since 2014.

Eight County departments earned campaign awards from the United Way for their contributions.

The United Way presents Campaign Excellence Awards to organizations with at least 85 percent employee participation rate and either a 104 per capita

gift or a 20 percent increase in employee giving over the previous year. Three County departments earned Campaign Excellence Awards:

Central Maintenance Facility Community Development Tax Administration

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The Campaign Achievement Awards are presented to companies with at least 50 percent employee participation and either a 52 per capita gift or a 10

percent increase in employee giving over the previous year. Five County departments earned Campaign Excellence Awards:

County Administration Cumberland County Cooperative Extension Finance Department Human Resources Register of Deeds Office

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RECOMMENDATION / PROPOSED ACTION

Recognize and congratulate the eight County departments for their successful United Way campaigns.

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OFFICE OF THE COUNTY MANAGER

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MEMORANDUM FOR BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AGENDA OF APRIL 1, 2019

TO: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

FROM: AMY H. CANNON, COUNTY MANAGER

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DATE: 2/27/2019

SUBJECT: THANK YOU TO THE CUMBERLAND COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE DURING HURRICANE FLORENCE BY MANNA CHURCH

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BACKGROUND

Manna Church requested to make a presentation to the Board of Commissioners at the April 1, 2019 Board meeting to thank them for their assistance

during Hurricane Florence.
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RECOMMENDATION / PROPOSED ACTION

No action required

ASSISTANT COUNTY MANAGER STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT/ GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

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MEMORANDUM FOR BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AGENDA OF APRIL 1, 2019

TO: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

FROM: SALLY SHUTT, ASSISTANT COUNTY MANAGER

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DATE: 3/27/2019

SUBJECT: 2020 CENSUS PREPARATION AND PROMOTION

BACKGROUND

April 1, 2019 has been declared a national Day of Action to promote the U.S. Census. This date marks the one-year countdown to the 2020 Census.

Several communities across North Carolina will mark the day with events.
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During the Board of Commissioners meeting, Kenneth Wilkins from the U.S. Census Bureau will provide a brief overview of the Census and Aaron Barnes

from the Comprehensive Planning Section will present information on local preparations.
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As part of the Day of Action on April 1, the County will hold an organizational meeting for the Complete Count Committee at 2 p.m. at the Department

of Social Services. Key stakeholder organizations have been invited, including all nine municipalities, the Cumberland Community Foundation, Cumberland County Schools, Fayetteville-Cumberland County Economic Development Corporation, Mid-Carolina Council of Governments, Fort Bragg, Greater Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce and Fayetteville State University.
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Trey Smith and Aaron Barnes from the Planning Department will serve as the County s Census Coordinators and several county departments are

participating on the committee. The library system will play a key role in the County s outreach efforts and Library Director Jody Risacher has agreed to chair the Complete Count Committee.
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Mr. Wilkins will address the committee and assist as the group develops a list of barriers and establishes subcommittees. Additional community

organizations will join the efforts through the subcommittees.

The Complete Count Committee will work to accomplish the stated goal of the 2020 NC Complete Count Commission To count everyone once, only once and

in the right place.
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RECOMMENDATION / PROPOSED ACTION

For informational purposes.

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type 2020 Census Preparation Promotion Backup Material

2020 Census Preparation Promotion

Counting everyone once, only once, and in the right place.

Presentation by:

Aaron Barnes Comprehensive Planning Section

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Census Day is April 1, 2020

The Census is important to N.C. and Cumberland County

Fair representation in Congress. The Census determines how many representatives each state

gets in Congress and is used to redraw district

boundaries.

Financial resources for health, schools, transportation and more

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Information leaders need to help our community plan for the future

Changes to 2020 Census

Major focus on internet/smartphone responses

Under the new rules, deployed troops and civilian employees will be counted at their usual home address in the United States. Previously, those

individuals were

counted at their home of record, typically a hometown

or where one entered military service.

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Possible immigration question (depending

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on US Supreme Court)

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Preparation

Completed before Decennial Census

Census LUCA (Local Updates of Census Addresses) Correct misspelled addresses, add missing addresses,

and deleting old addresses

Census New Construction Program

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Update living quarters for which construction is in progress during or after March 1, 2018 and

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completion is expected by Census Day, April 1, 2020

Preparation

Complete Count Committee

Volunteer committee established by tribal, state, and local governments and community leaders or

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organizations to increase awareness and motivate

residents to respond to the 2020 Census

20-50 Members; assigned staff works with the committee

Examples of typical subcommittees: Government, Education, Faith-Based, Media

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Preparation

Upcoming Community meetings/training -

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April 1, 2019 Complete Count Committee meeting, 2 p.m.; Department of Social Services

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April 9, 2019 Mid-Carolina Council of Governments, hosting a lunch and learn for local governments

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May 15, 2019 Cumberland Community Foundation, hosting training at 9 a.m. for non-profits in partnership with

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the NC Counts Coalition and the NC Center for Non-profits

Hard to Count Low Response Areas

High Poverty Areas

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Populations that speak little or no English

Highly mobile people

Cumberland County has a total of 83,353 individuals in Hard to Count Areas

May through late November (individual house canvassing)

Timeline - Organizing

Early 2019

Develop a list of barriers, groups, or concerns that might impede the progress of the 2020 Census in local area

Establish subcommittees and strategies

Begin promoting 2020 Census using logo and message

Timeline - Promotion

January-March 2020

Saturate public access areas with easy-to-read and understandable census information customized for

your community

Provide information on federally funded programs that have benefitted the community

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Major promotional event

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Ask elected officials to encourage households to complete the census online, by phone, or return

the questionnaire by mail

Timeline Final Push

April 2020-December 2020 (Census Day April 1)

Place public service announcements in local media encouraging households to respond

Have census rallies or parades

Urge households who do not respond to cooperate with census takers

Questions?

OFFICE OF THE COUNTY MANAGER

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MEMORANDUM FOR BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AGENDA OF APRIL 1, 2019

TO: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

FROM: AMY H. CANNON, COUNTY MANAGER

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DATE: 3/25/2019

SUBJECT: STEVEN A. COHEN MILITARY FAMILY CLINIC AT CAPE FEAR VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER BY MS. REKA REYNA, OUTREACH COORDINATOR

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BACKGROUND

Ms. Reka Reyna, Outreach Coordinator, will be making a presentation to the Board of Commissioners at the April 1, 2019 Board meeting on the Steven A.

Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley.
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RECOMMENDATION / PROPOSED ACTION

No action required.

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Information Pamphlet - Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley Backup Material Powerpoint

Presentation - Steven A Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley Backup Material
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We provide: Low to no-cost, high-quality behavioral healthcare services Case management resource referrals Low wait times Care regardless of a

veteran s discharge status
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W H A T W E D O

military.capefearvalley.com cohenclinic@capefearvalley.com 910.615.3737 3505 Village Drive Fayetteville, NC 28304

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N O B A R R I E R S T O C A R E

Veterans Post-9/11 veterans who served in the United States Armed Services, including the National Guard and Reserves, regardless of role while in

uniform or combat experience. Family Active duty, National Guard, Reserves and veterans spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers and others.
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W H O W E S E R V E

OUR CARE AT A GLANCE

H O W W E W O R K

Extended hours Self-referrals Personalized treatment Strength-based approach Resource connections Confidential

What we treat A variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, adjustment issues, anger, grief and loss,

family issues, transition challenges, relationship problems, and children s therapy services.
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Monday 8am to 7pm Tuesday 8am to 7pm Wednesday 8am to 5pm ursday 8am to 7pm Friday 8am to 2pm Saturday 8am to 2pm Sunday Closed

C L I N I C H O U R S

Call: 910.615.3737 Fax: 910.615.9899 Website: Military.CapeFearValley.com Email: CohenClinic@CapeFearValley.com

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C O N T A C T U S

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley

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ABOUT THE COHEN VETERANS NETWORK

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Founded by Steven A. Cohen in 2016, the Cohen Veterans Network was created to provide post-9/11 Veterans and Military Families

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with easily accessible, client-centered outpatient behavioral health services.

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The 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation plans to operate 24 clinics across the nation by 2020.

WHAT WE TREAT

Depression Stress and Anxiety Post-Traumatic Stress Substance Misuse Sleep Problems Mild TBI

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Bullying Eating Disorders Anger Grief and Loss Transitional Challenges Children s behavioral issues

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The highly-skilled clinicians at the Military Family Clinic treat a variety of behavioral health challenges, including:

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WHO WE SEE

Our clinic provides high-quality, evidence-based behavioral healthcare services, and case management resources and referrals for:

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Post- 9/11 Veterans and their Families Families of Active Duty Service Members National Guards Reserves when not activated Families of National

Guards and Reserves Children as young as 4 years of age
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Eligibility for services is regardless of the veteran s discharge status, role while in uniform, or combat experience

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HISTORY

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2009: Cohen s son joined the United States Marine Corps 2010: Cohen s son deployed to Afghanistan 2015: Cohen launched and funded the Cohen Veterans

Bioscience to accelerate the research for and bring to market a diagnostic test for PTSD 2016: Cohen committed 275 million to launch a network of free mental health clinics for military veterans and families. The first 4 clinics opened by the end of the year 2017 July 26: The Fayetteville clinic opened
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NO BARRIERST TO CARE

No Barriers to Care

No-cost (we don t even check for insurance) Low wait times Self-referral No DoD IDs or official documents required Family members include extended

family as well as partners,
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caregivers and ex-spouses Case managers connect clients with resources in the community Individual, couple s and family therapy Medication management

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INNOVATIVE CARE

Components of Our Innovative Care:

Staff complete military cultural competence training Most of the staff members are military connected; veterans,

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spouses of children, veteran or active duty service members Ongoing clinical training for providers in the latest evidence-

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based therapies .

INNOVATIVE CARE (Cont.)

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Motivational interviewing Problem solving therapy Integrative behavioral

couples therapy

Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PET) Psychiatric medication management Integrated case management Eye Movement Desensitization and

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Reprocessing (EMDR)

We provide evidence-based therapies, including:

CASE MANAGEMENT RESOURCE REFERRALS

Caregiver Support Child Care Education Employment Housing Legal Assistance Military Transitions Peer Support

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Personal Finances Recreation Rehabilitation, Occupation and/or

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Physical Therapies Smoking Cessation Transportation Wellness, Health, Nutrition, Exercise Other life circumstances

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We focus on meeting needs to improve the quality of life through case management and resource referrals, including:

EASY TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

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Call: 910.615.3737 Submit Online Form: Military.CapeFearValley.com Email: CohenClinic@CapeFearValley.com Walk in: walk-ins are welcome, appointments

preferred
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No need for a referral from a Primary Care Provider, the VA or an insurance company

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LOCATION HOURS

3505 Village Drive Fayetteville, NC 28304

Clinic Hours:

Monday 8am to 7pm

Tuesday 8am to 7pm

Wednesday 8am to 5pm

Thursday 8am to 7pm

Friday 8am to 2pm

Saturday 8am to 2pm

Sunday Closed

OUR PARTNER Cape Fear Valley Health System

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The first Cape Fear Valley facility opened in 1956, since then it has grown into North Carolina s 8th largest health system. Today, it is a robust

regional health
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system with 8 hospitals in the Cape Fear Valley region.

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Our partner provides the clinic with human resources, IT, licensure and building maintenance support.

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It enables the clinic to operate with a small staff of support personnel in order to keep operating costs down.

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NATIONWIDE LOCATIONS

Currently open

Opening soon

CLIENT SATISFACTION IMPROVEMENT

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CLERK TO THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

MEMORANDUM FOR BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AGENDA OF APRIL 1, 2019

TO: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

FROM: CANDICE H. WHITE, CLERK TO THE BOARD

DATE: 4/1/2019

SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF PROCLAMATION DECLARING APRIL 14-20, 2019 TO BE NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATORS WEEK

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BACKGROUND

Request was received for a proclamation declaring the week of April 14-20, 2019 to be National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week in Cumberland

County.
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RECOMMENDATION / PROPOSED ACTION

The Board of Commissioners is respectfully requested to consider approval of the proclamation.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Proclamation for National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week Backup Material

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COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND NORTH CAROLINA

Proclamation National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

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April 14-20, 2019

WHEREAS, emergencies can occur at anytime that require law enforcement, fire or emergency medical services; and

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WHEREAS, when an emergency occurs, the prompt response of law enforcement officers, firefighters and medical services personnel is critical to the

protection of life and preservation of property; and
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WHEREAS, the safety of our law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical workers is dependent upon the quality and accuracy of

information obtained from citizens who telephone the Cumberland County Communications Center; and
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WHEREAS, Public Safety Telecommunicators are the first and most critical contact our citizens have with emergency services; and

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WHEREAS, Public Safety Telecommunicators are the single vital link for our law enforcement officers, firefighters, and emergency medical workers by

monitoring their activities by radio, providing them information and insuring their safety; and
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WHEREAS, Public Safety Telecommunicators of the Cumberland County Communications Center have contributed substantially to the apprehension of

criminals, suppression of fires and treatment of patients; and
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WHEREAS, dispatchers have exhibited compassion, understanding and professionalism during the performance of their jobs over the past year.

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NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners declares the week of April 4-20, 2019 to be NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY

TELECOMMUNICATORS WEEK in Cumberland County in honor of the men and women whose diligence and professionalism keep our County and citizens safe.
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Adopted this 1st day of April 2019


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