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CITY COUNCIL MEETING

AGENDA CITY OF NEWTON

April 16, 2019

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AGENDA CITY OF NEWTON

NEWTON CITY COUNCIL - REGULAR MEETING April 16, 2019 7:00 p.m.

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1. Call to Order Mayor Anne P. Stedman

2. Opening Council Member Ed Sain

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3. Approval of Minutes from the March 19, 2019 Regular Meeting

4. Consideration of Consent Agenda Items

A. Tax Releases

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B. Sewer Adjustments

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C. Proclamation Child Abuse Prevention Month

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D. Proclamation Telecommunicator s Week

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E. Consideration to Receive Donated Communications Center Consoles Police Department

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F. Consideration to Adopt a Budget Ordinance Amendment to Recognize Donation Police

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Department

G. Consideration to Approve Easement Duke Energy

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5. Comments from the Public: (IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS PLEASE SIGN IN WITH THE CITY CLERK PRIOR TO THE

MEETING):

6. Presentation

A. Presentation to the Catawba County Historical Museum

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B. Catawba County Library Suzanne White

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7. Old Business

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A. Consideration to Accept the Asset Inventory and Assessment Project Technical Grant Report Findings

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8. New Business

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A. Downtown Newton Development Association Shannon Johnson - Annual Report - Downtown District Change Recommendation

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B. Consideration of Budget Ordinance Amendment and Bid Award for Lime Slaker

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C. Consideration of Budget Ordinance Amendment 20th Street Storm Water Rehabilitation

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Project

9. City Manager s Report

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10. Questions and Comments From Mayor and Council

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A. Reports from Appointed Representatives on Outside Boards Council Member Jerry Hodge

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11. Adjournment

PERSONS WANTING TO SPEAK ON AN AGENDA ITEM MUST SIGN IN WITH THE CITY CLERK PRIOR TO THE MEETING. PERSONS WANTING TO BE PLACED ON THE AGENDA FOR THE

NEXT MEETING MUST CONTACT THE CITY MANAGER AT LEAST SEVEN WORKING DAYS BEFORE THE MEETING.
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MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE NEWTON CITY COUNCIL

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March 19, 2019 7 p.m. The regular meeting of the Newton City Council was held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at Newton City Hall.

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PRESENT: Mayor Anne P. Stedman, Mayor Pro Tem John Stiver and Council Members Jerry

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Hodge, Anne Wepner, Jody Dixon, Tom Rowe and Ed Sain

STAFF: City Manager Todd Clark, City Clerk Amy S. Falowski, City Attorney John Cilley, City

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Department Heads and members of the management team

ITEM 1: CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Anne P. Stedman welcomed everyone and called the meeting to order.

ITEM 2: OPENING Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

Council Member Anne Wepner provided the invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.

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ITEM 3: APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Upon motion duly made by Council Member Jerry Hodge, seconded by Council Member Anne Wepner, it was unanimously RESOLVED:

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That the Regular Minutes of the February 19, 2019 City Council meeting be APPROVED

ITEM 4: CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

Upon motion duly made by Council Member Ed Sain, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem John Stiver, it was unanimously RESOLVED:

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That the Consent Agenda be APPROVED

A. Tax Releases

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B. Sewer Adjustments

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C. Consideration to Adopt Resolution of Intent to Reimburse for Engineering Services

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(Ordinances, Resolutions and Proclamations are hereby referenced and on file in the Office of the City Clerk)

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ITEM 5: COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC: PEOPLE WHO WISH TO COMMENT ON

NON-AGENDA ITEMS ARE ASKED TO SIGN IN WITH THE CITY CLERK PRIOR TO THE MEETING.

Mayor Anne P. Stedman asked if anyone present would like to make comment concerning non-agenda items. No one appeared.

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ITEM 6: New Business

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A. Consideration of Budget Ordinance Amendment for Installation of a New AVAC System for Central Recreation Gym

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Parks and Recreation Director Sandra Waters stated that the Central Recreation Gym was built in 1953 as part of Central School. The City of Newton

purchased the facility from Newton- Conover City School System in 1972. Ms. Waters stated the buildings are heated with a gas fired boiler unit with no means of air conditioning in the gym. Temperatures in the gym range from 80 to 90+ degrees during the summer months. Ms. Waters explained that they currently use four to six portable fans, along with the doors standing open, to circulate air in the gym. In June of 2018, City Council held a neighborhood meeting in the Central gym, and as a result of the meeting, City Council requested air conditioning to be installed from this year s budget 2018-19. Funds of 92,550 for this project were already approved in the 2020-21 CIP. The Newton Parks Recreation Department contracted with Brittain Engineering, Inc.., Hickory NC for engineering and project services. Ms. Waters stated that three bids were received, with William C. Reynolds as low bid at 101,350.
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Ms. Waters stated that staff proposes the installation of an HVAC system at Central Recreation Gym to include: two ten-ton HVAC package units on the

roof for the gym; new heating units in both restrooms; new mini-split HVAC unit in office; new electrical breaker panel; new three phase electrical service to provide power to new panel for gym and new service provided to existing building (shop) behind the gym. Also, staff recommends that City Council approve the attached budget amendment appropriating 111,350 which includes 10 contingency for this project. Staff also recommends awarding the bid to William C. Reynolds in the amount of 101,350.
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Upon motion duly made by Council Member Jody Dixon, seconded by Council Member Ed Sain, it was unanimously RESOLVED:

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That the bid to William C. Reynolds in the amount of 101,350 be AWARDED.

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Upon motion duly made by Council Member Ed Sain, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem John Stiver, it was unanimously RESOLVED:

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That the Budget Ordinance Amendment Appropriating 111,350, which includes 10 contingency for this Project be ADOPTED.

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(Ordinances, Resolutions and Proclamations are hereby referenced and on file in the Office of the City Clerk)

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B. Consideration of Budget Ordinance Amendment for Engineering Services for Valley Drive Waterline Replacement

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Public Works and Utilities Director Dusty Wentz stated that in November of 2017 city staff was made aware of brown water in the 800 block of Valley

Dr. Staff responded by flushing water mains, adding an automatic flushing valve, replacing two service lines, and replacing 120 feet of six (6) inch water main. Mr. Wentz stated that during the replacement of the water main it was noted that the old water main had heavy tuberculation, which caused the brown water. The tuberculation had reduced the inside diameter of the pipe from six (6) inches to three (3) inches.
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Mr. Wentz stated that the replacement of the water main resulted in clearer water until November of 2018. At that time, the brown water recurred.

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Mr. Wentz stated that city staff estimates that an additional 1,280 feet of water main will need to be replaced. The replacement area will include

the 800 block of Valley and the 800 Block of Hamilton St. Staff also noted that some of the replacement may involve sewer because of State regulations. Requests for qualification for engineering were made and WithersRavenel was selected by staff.
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Mr. Wentz stated that staff is ready to move forward with the engineering contract in the amount of 59,200. Once design is completed and permitted by

the state, a bid will be released for construction. Additional funding will be required for construction once that cost is determined through engineering.
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Mr. Wentz stated that staff recommends that Council adopt the attached budget amendment for engineering services in the amount of 59,200.

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Upon motion duly made by Council Member Tom Rowe, seconded by Council Member Anne Wepner, it was unanimously RESOLVED:

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That the Budget Ordinance Amendment for Engineering Services in the amount of 59,200 be ADOPTED.

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(Ordinances, Resolutions and Proclamations are hereby referenced and on file in the Office of the City Clerk)

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ITEM 7: City Manager s Report

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Meetings Events

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March 21st Catawba County Chamber of Commerce Future of Catawba County Summit, Hickory Metro Center 7:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

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March 21st West A Street Project Open House, Council Chamber at City Hall 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

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March 26th Economic Development Strategic Planning Project Kick Off Meeting, Fire Station Headquarters 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

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March 26th WPCOG Policy Board Meeting, Brushy Mountain Golf Club 6:00 p.m. March 27th City Council/Staff Workshop Water/Sewer Rate Study and CIP,

Council
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Chamber 4:00 p.m. May 15th Key Accounts Luncheon, Old Post Office Play House 11:00 a.m.

Budget Workshops, All Will Begin at 5:15 p.m. Council Chamber

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*May 7, 2019 City Council Meeting Presentation of Budget

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May 13, 2019 May 15, 2019 May 16, 2019

*If needed

*May 20, 2019 *May 21, 2019 *May 22, 2019

Other Projects

Splash Pad Streetscape Project Update/Amphitheater Construction

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Strategic Growth Plan Update Website Project Greenway Extension Pocket Parks Website Project Economic Development Strategies for Downtown Review of

Municipal Authority Regulating Murals and Setting Standards for
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Murals Ashe Ave Parking Lot 20th Street Flooding Update Newton Corporate Center Site Recertification Brownfield Planning Grant At T Joint Use

Agreement/ Legal Review 2019 Annual Financings Teen Leadership (April) Fire Department Rescue Truck in Fabrication Valley Drive Waterline
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Other

o Police Sgt. Brett Williams was recognized by Newton- Conover City Schools for his volunteer

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efforts at North Newton Elementary o Shannon Johnson, Main Street Coordinator, successfully completed her HRE347 Real Estate

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Development Finance: Problem Solving and Deal Structuring Certification Examination and is now a certified Historic Real Estate Finance Professional.

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o Newton-Conover City Schools Fair o Reference Recreation Dept. Monthly Report o Public Works Rodeo May 22nd - 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Schools invited

Jacob Fork MS (200
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plus 7th grade kids scheduled to attend)

ITEM 8: Questions and Comments from Mayor and Council

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Mayor Stedman asked if there were any questions or comments from City Council.

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Council Member Anne Wepner gave a report on the Newton Conover Auditorium.

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ITEM 9: Adjournment

Upon motion duly made by Council Member Jody Dixon, seconded by Council Member Ed Sain, it was unanimously RESOLVED:

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That the Meeting be ADJOURNED

________________________________ Anne P. Stedman, Mayor _________________________________ Amy S. Falowski, City Clerk

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CITY OF NEWTON

Inter-office Correspondence

TO: E. Todd Clark, City Manager DATE: April 4, 2019

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RE: Tax Releases March 2019

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FROM: Vickie Thomas, Finance Director

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The following tax releases have been received from the Catawba County Tax Collector. The reason for each release is annotated beside the name.

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Tax Year Tax Release Number

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Name Reason Amount of Release

2013 80 Edmondson, Lois G LFI

Small underpayment

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2018 81 Haupt, Charles B

Small underpayment

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2018 82 Hendren, Anita A

Small underpayment

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2018 83 Redd Griphon LLC

Small underpayment

0.13

Should you have any questions or need clarification, please notify. Releases are submitted as required by NCGS 105-381(b).

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CITY OF NEWTON

Sewer Adjustments

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TO: E. Todd Clark, City Manager DATE: 04/05/2019 RE: Sewer Adjustments 04/16/2019 FROM: Vickie Thomas, Finance Director

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The following sewer adjustment is recommended for approval. The adjustment is recommended as a result of a water leak at the service address or a

pool fill up.
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Account Number

Name Service Address Adjustment Period

Amount of Adjustment

66003120-008 Crystal Abbott 1070 Pocono Pl Dec-18 to Feb-19

200.92

46000400-002 Beatrice Lynch 1114 Sandhurst Dr Feb-2019 16.10

44000241-002 Ronald Robinson

1225 Hogan Ct Feb-2019 59.39

Backup documentation to support each adjustment is on file in the Finance Department. Should you have questions or require further clarification,

please notify.
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CITY OF NEWTON PROCLAMATION

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Whereas, children are vital to our city s future success, prosperity and quality of life

as well as being our most vulnerable assets;

Whereas, all children deserve to have the safe, stable, nurturing homes and communities they need to foster their healthy growth and development;

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Whereas, child abuse and neglect is a community responsibility affecting both the

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current and future quality of life of a community;

Whereas, communities that provide parents with the social support, knowledge of

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parenting and child development and concrete resources they need to cope with stress and nurture their children, ensure all children grow to their

full potential;
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Whereas, effective child abuse prevention strategies succeed because of partnerships

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created among citizens, human service agencies, schools, faith communities, health care providers, civic organizations, law enforcement agencies, and

the business community;
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NOW, THEREFORE, I, ANNE P. STEDMAN, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF NEWTON, NORTH CAROLINA, DO HEREBY PROCLAIM THE MONTH OF APRIL 2019 AS

CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH

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In the City of Claremont and call upon all citizens, community agencies, faith groups, medical facilities, elected leaders and businesses to increase

their participation in efforts to support families, thereby preventing child abuse and strengthening the community in which we live.
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Dated this 16TH Day of April, 2019

____________________ Anne P. Stedman, Mayor

_____________________ Amy Falowski, City Clerk

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CITY OF NEWTON PROCLAMATION

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National Public Safety Telecommunications Week

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Whereas: emergencies requiring police, fire or emergency medical services can occur at any time;

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Whereas: during emergency situations prompt response from first responders is critical to the

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protection of life and preservation of property;

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Whereas: the information obtained and disseminated by the Newton Police Department

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Communications Center directly affects the safety of our police officers responding to emergency situations;

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Whereas: Public Safety Telecommunicators are the first and most crucial contact our citizens have

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with emergency services;

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Whereas: Public Safety Telecommunicators are the direct lifeline for our first responders by

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monitoring their activities by radio, providing them information and insuring their safety;

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Whereas: Public Safety Telecommunicators of the Newton Police Department have contributed

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substantially to the apprehension of criminals and assistance to the citizens of Newton;

Whereas: each telecommunicator, while faced with the extreme stressors of the job, continued to

exhibited professionalism, accountability, compassion and teamwork during the performance of their job in the past year;

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NOW, THEREFORE, I Anne P. Stedman, Mayor of the City of Newton, on behalf of Newton City Council, do hereby proclaim the week of April 14-20, 2019 to

be National Public Safety Telecommunications Week in the City of Newton, in honor of the men and women whose diligence and professionalism keep our city and citizens safe.
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Proclaimed this, the 16th day of April, 2019

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Anne P. Stedman, Mayor

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CITY OF NEWTON REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION

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DATE: March 11, 2019

TO: Todd Clark, City Manager

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FROM: Vidal A. Sipe, Chief of Police

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CONSIDERATION OF: Receiving Donated Communications Center Consoles

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Approved for Council Consideration

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________________________ Background:

The Newton Police Department currently utilizes two office desks as consoles in the communications center. These desks were purchased in 2011 with

911 funds and are not conducive to the health of our telecommunicators. The Hickory Police Department is updating their communications center and has declared the four consoles which are currently in their center as surplus. These consoles are made for communications centers and are in excellent condition. It would be a benefit to the Newton Police Department and our telecommunicators if these consoles were received by the Newton Police Department with no cost to the City of Newton. An inspection of these consoles was conducted on April 4, 2019 by Newton police as well as IT staff in order to assure these consoles meet the needs of the police department.
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Summary:

N. C. General Statute 160A-280 grants cities the authority to donate surplus, obsolete or unused equipment to another government unit or nonprofit

organization after posting a five-day public notice, followed by City Council approval in the form of a resolution. This has being completed by the City of Hickory. Newton Police Department staff has researched the costs and benefits of real communications center consoles and this setup is the most cost effective for the City and beneficial to the health of our telecommunicators.
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Requested Action:

The council adopts the proposed resolution allowing the Newton Police Department to receive at no cost to the City of Newton, four (4) communications

center consoles from the Hickory Police Department, Hickory, NC.
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ORDINANCE

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019 FOR THE CITY OF NEWTON

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WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Newton have adopted a Budget Ordinance for fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2019, in

accordance with the General Statutes of the State of North Carolina, and
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WHEREAS, the City of Newton City Council desires to accept the donation of four communications center consoles from the Hickory Police Department.

The consoles have an estimated value of 1,500;
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WHEREAS, the City Council desires to recognize the donated property noted above; and

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NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEWTON, NORTH CAROLINA, THAT:

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THE FOLLOWING SOURCE OF REVENUE AND APPROPRIATION ARE HEREBY APPROVED.

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General Fund Revenues Contributed Capital 11-0000.3830 1,500

General Fund Appropriations Non-Capital Outlay 11-4310.7900 1,500

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Adopted this 16th day of April, 2019.

Attest: Anne P. Stedman, Mayor

Amy S. Falowski, City Clerk

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CITY OF NEWTON REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION

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DATE: March 6, 2019

TO: E. Todd Clark, City Manager

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FROM: Vidal Sipe, Chief of Police

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CONSIDERATION OF: Adopt Budget Ordinance to Recognize a Donation from Sandra Shufelt and Authorize Expenditure Appropriation within the Police

Department Budget.
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Approved for Council Consideration

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Background:

Mary Jo Shufelt, 81, of Newton, North Carolina, passed away on January 31, 2019 at Carolina Caring. Mr. Shufelt's daughters, Sandra Shufelt of

Germantown, Maryland, and Susan Buchanan of Newton contacted the Newton Police Department and expressed their desire that in lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the City of Newton Police or the Humane Society of Catawba County to be used as desired by each agency. The Police Department has received a donation in the amount of 125.00 from Susan Shufelt in memory of her mother.
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Requested Action :

Approve the Budget Ordinance Amendment accepting the 125.00 donation from Susan Shufelt in honor of her mother Mary Jo Shufelt to be used as needed

by the Newton Police Department.
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3/1/2019 Mary Shufelt Obituary: Mary Shufelt s Obituary by the Journal Tribune.

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/journaltribune/obituary-print.aspx?n=mary-j-shufelt pid=191454902 1/1

Mary J. Shufelt NEWTON, N.C. - Mary Jo Shufelt, 81, of Newton, North Carolina, passed away on January 31, 2019 at Carolina Caring. Born on Jan. 2,

1938 in Sanford, Maine, she was the daughter of the late Lillian and James Pickett. Mary was a loving and devoted wife, mother, sister, and friend to all who knew her. She was politically active in her local community. Mary was an avid animal lover and rescued furry friends through the years. She was a retired Prince William County School teacher who enjoyed spending summers in Wells
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Beach, Maine. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Richard T. Shufelt; brothers, Carlton Pickett, James Pickett; and

sister, Priscilla Dacus. Survivors include her daughters, Sandra Shufelt of Germantown, Maryland, Susan Buchanan of Newton, North Carolina; sister, Earline Sugden of Baltimore; and numerous other beloved family members. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The City of Newton Police, PO Box 550, Newton NC 28658, (please put in memo line - Police dept./Major Hayes) or The Humane Society of Catawba County (HSCC), PO Box 63, Hickory, NC 28603. Condolences may be left at www.catawbamemorialpark.com. The Shufelt Family is under the care of Catawba Funeral Home.
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Funeral Home Catawba Funeral Home

3060 Highway 70 SE Hickory, NC 28602 (828) 322-1210

Published in Journal Tribune on Feb. 5, 2019

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ORDINANCE

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019 FOR THE CITY OF NEWTON

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WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Newton have adopted a Budget Ordinance for fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2019, in

accordance with the General Statutes of the State of North Carolina, and
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WHEREAS, the City of Newton City Council desires to accept a 125 contribution from Susan Shufelt in memory of her mother. The contribution is to be

used for the Police Department.;
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WHEREAS, the City Council desires to recognize the contribution and the related expenditure appropriation; and

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NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEWTON, NORTH CAROLINA, THAT:

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THE FOLLOWING SOURCE OF REVENUE AND APPROPRIATION ARE HEREBY APPROVED.

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General Fund Revenues Special Project Cont/Other Grants 11-0000.3845 125

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General Fund Appropriations Miscellaneous 11-4310.7990 125

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Adopted this 16th day of April, 2019.

Attest: Anne P. Stedman, Mayor

Amy S. Falowski, City Clerk


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