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COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

Invocation Pastor Carolyn Roy Plank Chapel United Methodist Church Special Recognition, Spring Litter Sweep Participants 1. Public Comments (for those registered to speak by 5:45 p.m. - each speaker is limited to five minutes)
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Public Hearing 6:00 p.m. NCDOT Road Abandonment

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3.
Appointment 6:15 p.m. Sennica Nicholson, Board of Elections Chair Relocation of Elections Office

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4.
Appointment 6:30 p.m. Lina Howe and Angela Dolanos, 4-H What 4-H Means to Me

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Appointment 6:45 p.m. Porcha Brooks, Tax Administrator Untimely Exemption Application

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6.
Water District Board a. Committee Report b. Staff Report c. Monthly Operations Report

7. Committee Reports and Recommendations a. Technology Committee - Broadband Kickoff Meeting b. Properties Committee - REO Property Offer Minimum Bid Policy Amendment - Construction Plan Review Warrenton Road Convenience Site c. Public Safety Committee - Fire Engine Donation - Fire District Boundary Changes - Emergency Operations Plan Update 8. Finance Director s Report a. Surplus Property b. Capital Project Ordinance Eaton Johnson Renovation 9. County Attorney s Report a. REO Property Bid Acceptance

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- 803-809 N. Garnett Street Parcel 0075 03031 b. REO Property New Offers - 340 Davis Street Parcel 0027 07015 - Gun Club Road Parcel 0407 01024B - Woodsworth Road Parcel 0303 02005

Agenda August 5, 2019 10. County Manager s Report
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a.
Revised Fireworks Permit City of Henderson b. Resolution Formalizing General Fund Loan to Water Fund

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11.
Consent Agenda Items

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Budget Amendments b. Tax Refunds and Releases c. Monthly Reports d. Minutes

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12.
Miscellaneous a. Appointments b. September Meeting Date

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13.
Closed Session a. Personnel Matter b. Legal Matter

AGENDA APPOINTMENT FORM August 5, 2019

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Public Hearing: NCDOT Road Abandonment

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Request of Board: Approve resolution to abandon a portion of Bryant Abbott Road.

Public Notice The Vance Board of Commissioners has scheduled a public hearing for Monday, August 5, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter in the Commissioners Meeting Room, County Administration Building, 122 Young Street, Henderson, NC. The public hearing is to receive comments regarding a petition to abandon the end portion (approximately 800 feet) of Bryant Abbott Road (SR1563) from NCDOT state maintenance. This notice was published on July 21, 2019. R E S O L U T I O N by the Vance County Board of Commissioners Requesting the North Carolina Department of Transportation
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to Abandon a Portion of Bryant Abbott Road (State Road 1563)

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WHEREAS, the Vance County Board of County Commissioners has heretofore received a petition from Lawrence T. Elliott, property owner along SR 1563 to abandon that portion of the road which is surrounded entirely by his property and is at the end of said road; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to NCGS 136-63, the Board of County Commissioners may, upon receipt

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of said petition, request the North Carolina Department of Transportation to abandon any road in the secondary road system when the best interest of the people of the county will be served thereby; and

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WHEREAS, at the time of termination of the maintenance agreement with the North Carolina

Department of Transportation, this portion of the road will revert back pursuant to state law.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Commissioners for the County of Vance as follows: 1. Pursuant to NCGS 136-63, the abandonment of the end portion (approximately 800 feet) of SR 1563 is in the best interest of the people of the county served thereby; and 2. The North Carolina Department of Transportation is requested to abandon this section of
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SR 1563; and 3. This resolution shall be effective upon its adoption.

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ADOPTED this the 5th day of August, 2019.

ATTEST: ______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Kelly H. Grissom Vance County Board of Commissioners Clerk to the Board

ABC Board Appointments August 5, 2019

Name: Sennica Nicholson
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Name of Organization: Board of Elections

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Purpose of appearance: To discuss relocation of elections office

AGENDA APPOINTMENT FORM August 5, 2019 Name: Lina Howe and Angela Dolanos Name of Organization: Cooperative Extension 4-H Purpose of appearance: Introduction What 4-H Means to Me AGENDA APPOINTMENT FORM August 5, 2019 Name: Porcha Brooks
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Name of Organization: Tax Office

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Purpose of appearance: Present Untimely Exemption Application

Request of Board: Approve Exemption Application

2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 08/05/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 1020035 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Randy P and Evelyn L Harris PARCEL(s): 0375 01014 DATE OF APPEAL: 06/10/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely Present Use Forestry application for 2019 real property. Mr. and Mrs. Harris just became aware that this option was available and did not know that the application was to be filed in January. STAFF REVIEW: Appellant failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny their 2019 untimely application submitted June 10, 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been turned in by January 31st, it would have met the qualifications and would have been approved.

Water District Board Vance County Water Board Report
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Committee Report Phase 3 Amendment 1 to Engineer Services Agreement. The committee (Wilder[C], Brummitt, Taylor) met on Monday, July 22, 2019 to discuss an amendment to the county s engineering agreement with LKC for Phase 3 of the water system. The amendment increases the engineering budget by 44,500 due to additional inspection services as well as easement surveying and mapping that has been needed. The additional inspections are necessary as the project was extended from a six to a ten month construction period when the project was bid out. This additional cost will be absorbed by underruns in the existing construction budget. The committee discussed the potential project underrun and expressed a desire to maximize the use of remaining grant funds. Recommendation: Approve Amendment 1 to Phase 3 Engineering Services Agreement with LKC adding 44,500 to the contract for additional inspection services, easement surveying and mapping.

Phase 1B Financial Analysis. The committee met with the project engineers (LKC engineering) and reviewed an updated financial/signup analysis for Phase 1B (Kittrell Expansion Phase). The engineer informed the committee there are currently a total of 217 signups in Phase 1B with approximately 40 of those properties changing ownership since the Kittrell Water Association began taking signups in 2010. The county manager expressed concern with the lack of signups relative to the proposed project cost as well as the inability to require new property owners to connect to the system. The manager believes this phase will be extra difficult due to the extended time that has passed since signups were taken and due to the fact that KWA and not the county took nearly all of the signups. The engineers reviewed the financial analysis which indicates an estimated loss of 113,982 per year to the water fund as a result of proceeding with Phase 1B. The committee recommended reaching out and offering county signup forms to the properties that have changed ownership and felt it was important to continue moving forward with Phase 1B. The committee mentioned the need to invest in the southern part of the county and the long term benefit of having infrastructure in the ground for future growth. For your information. Staff Report Capital Project Ordinance Phase 1B. The Board approved the engineering contract for Phase 1B in March, 2019 and following attorney and USDA reviews, it is ready for execution. Prior to execution, it is necessary for a capital project ordinance to establish the engineering budget. The budget previously reviewed by the board was 355,000 which includes 146,000 for basic engineering services, up to 181,000 for project inspection, and 28,000 in additional engineering services. The funding will be reimbursed by USDA funding at a later time if the project proceeds. Recommendation: Approve Capital Project Ordinance designating funds for Phase 1B Engineering services. Resolution Formalizing General Fund Loan to Water Fund. As of the end of FY2019, the Vance County water system has undergone five years of operation. To date the system has a total of 1,635 customers with 1,228 metered customers committed to the system. Over this period the general fund has provided a total of 1.67 million (est. subject to FY18-19 audit being completed) to the water fund with the general understanding that this will be repaid at such time that the water fund becomes self-sufficient. The interim finance director has recommended that we officially book this and future transactions as a loan to allow for future repayment to the general fund. The enclosed resolution to be approved by both the water board and board of commissioners will formalize this loan to the water fund to include allowing future repayment to the general fund. Recommendation: Approve resolution formalizing past and future general fund loans to the water fund to include repayment at such time in the future when the water system is self-sufficient.
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Exhibit K Amendment to Owner Engineer Agreement. EJCDC E 500, Agreement Between Owner and Engineer for Professional Services.

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Copyright 2014 National Society of Professional Engineers, American Council of Engineering Companies, and American Society of Civil Engineers. All rights reserved. Page 1

This is EXHIBIT K, consisting of 2 pages, referred to in and part of the Agreement between Owner and Engineer for Professional Services dated December 2015.
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AMENDMENT TO OWNER ENGINEER AGREEMENT

Amendment No. 1 The Effective Date of this Amendment is: __ _. Background Data Effective Date of Owner Engineer Agreement: December 3rd, 2015

Owner: VANCE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT

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Engineer: LKC ENGINEERING, PLLC

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Project: VANCE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT PHASE 3

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Nature of Amendment:

X Additional Services to be performed by Engineer _ _ Modifications to services of Engineer ____ Modifications to responsibilities of Owner _X__ Modifications of payment to Engineer ____ Modifications to time(s) for rendering services ____ Modifications to other terms and conditions of the Agreement
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Description of Modifications: This Amendment modifies the scope of services and payment to the engineer based on the following items: 1. Easement Surveying and Mapping Includes the Additional Services to provide

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surveying and mapping services for utility easements necessary for construction. Added payment of 4,500.00.

2. Includes additional Resident Project Representative (RPR) services to cover the actual construction contract time. Initial RPR budget was based on six months construction time and current contract time is ten months. Added payment of 40,000.
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Exhibit K Amendment to Owner Engineer Agreement. EJCDC E 500, Agreement Between Owner and Engineer for Professional Services.

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Copyright 2014 National Society of Professional Engineers, American Council of Engineering Companies, and American Society of Civil Engineers. All rights reserved. Page 2

Agreement Summary:
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Original agreement amount: 125,000.00 Net change for prior amendments: 0.00 This amendment amount: 44,500.00 Adjusted Agreement amount: 169,500.00

Change in time for services (days or date, as applicable): N/A The foregoing Agreement Summary is for reference only and does not alter the terms of the Agreement, including those set forth in Exhibit C. Owner and Engineer hereby agree to modify the above referenced Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. All provisions of the Agreement not modified by this or previous Amendments remain in effect. OWNER: ENGINEER: By: VANCE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT By: LKC ENGINEERING, PLLC Print name: Print name: TIM CARPENTER Title: Title: MEMBER / MANAGER Date Signed: Date Signed:
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GENERAL INFORMATION 1 Current Number of Phase 1B Signups 217 2 Expected Number of Customers 190 Base Fee 30.00 flat rate 3 Availability Accounts 30 57 Usage Fee 10.33 / 1,000 gallons 4 Meter Water Customers 70 133 5 Average Water Usage 3,250 gallons per month 6 Average Water Bill 63.57 per month REVENUES 1 Water Service Sales 121,981.71 2 Late Payment Fees 2,000.00 3 Tap Fees 1,500.00 4 Reconnect Fees 250.00 5 Returned Check Fees 300.00 6 Other Customer Payments 1,000.00

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Total Annual Revenues 127,031.71 EXPENSES 1 Contracted Services Maintenance Billing 2 Envirolink, LLC Contracted Operation and Maintenance 5.30 per bill / month 12,084.00 3 Envirolink, LLC Billing, Mailing per bill per month 5.75 per bill / month 13,110.00 4 Contracted Water Taps or Emergency Repairs 10,000.00 5 Water System Supplies and Materials 6,000.00 6 Advertising and Postage 1,500.00 7 Short Lived Asset Reserve for Misc R M 6,500.00 8 Estimated Bulk Water Purchase (City of Henderson) 9 Purchase Amount for Phase 1B Project 648,375 gals per month 10 Total Bulk Water Purchase Cost @ 3.45 / 1,000 gals 26,842.73 11 Debt Service (USDA Phase 1B) 12 Original USDA Loan 1,740,000.00 13 Original USDA Grant 45 1,411,001.00 14 Estimated Subsequent USDA Loan 1,590,792.98 15 Estimated Subsequent USDA Grant 45 1,290,006.02 16 VCWD Contribution 45,200.00 17 Total Project Funds / Budget 6,077,000.00 18 Amortized Debt of Loan (40yrs at 3.25 ) 149,978.75 19 General Debt Reserve 10 14,997.87 20 Total Debt Costs 164,976.62

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Total Annual Expenses 241,013.35

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Revenues over Expenses (Surplus or Loss) ( 113,981.64)

VANCE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT PHASE 1B FINANCIAL ANALYSIS Current VCWD Water Rates

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4,826,900 Contract 2 - Elevated Tank, (Tank Rehab, SCADA, and Controls) 488,800

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Subtotal Construction Estimate 5,315,700

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Contingencies (4.0 ) 213,000

Revised Basic Engineering Services 146,000 Resident Inspection 181,000 Geotechnical Evaluation at Bore Locations 18,000 Easement Surveying and Mapping 10,000

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Railroad Permitting Fee 1,950 LGC Application Fee 1,250 Easement Acquisition 10,000

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Bond Council Fees 20,000 Local Attorney Fees 12,500 BAN Interest (2.5 ) 148,000

Total Project Cost 6,077,000 USDA Loan 1,740,000 USDA Grant 1,411,001 Owner contribution 45,200 Total Funds Available 3,196,201 Difference in Estimated Cost vs Available Funds ( 2,880,799) VANCE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT PHASE 1-B PROJECT BUDGET - updated 6/14/2019 Project Funding (from USDA 8/7/14 LOC) Contract 1 - Water Mains (23.4 miles of new water main) Water District Phase 1B Capital Project Ordinance

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BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Board of the Vance County Water District, North Carolina, that, pursuant to Section 13.2 of Chapter 159 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, the following capital project ordinance is hereby adopted:

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Section 1. The project authorized is to pay the cost of engineering services associated with

the Water District Phase 1B water lines to be financed by the sale of revenue bonds, grant funds, and reserves.
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Section 2. The officers of this unit are hereby directed to proceed with the capital project

within the terms of the bond resolution and the budget contained herein. Section 3. The following amounts are appropriated for the project: Engineering/Inspection/Other 355,000 Total 355,000 Section 4. The following revenues are anticipated to be available to complete this project: USDA Water Grant Loan 355,000 Total 355,000
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Section 5. The Finance Director is hereby directed to maintain within the Capital Project

Fund sufficient detailed accounting records to satisfy the requirements of the grantor agency, the grant agreements, and federal regulations. The terms of the installment resolution also shall be met. Section 6. Funds may be advanced from the General Fund for the purpose of making
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payments as due. Reimbursement requests should be made to the grantor agency in an orderly and timely manner.

Section 7. The Finance Director is directed to report, on a monthly basis, on the financial

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status of each project element in Section 3.

Section 8. The Budget Officer is directed to include a detailed analysis of past and future costs and revenues on this capital project in every budget submission made to this Board. Section 9. Copies of this capital project ordinance shall be furnished to the Clerk to the Governing Board, and to the Budget Officer and the Finance Director for direction in carrying out the project.
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Adopted this 5th day of August, 2019

Archie, B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman R E S O L U T I O N Formalizing Past and Future County General Fund Loans to the Vance County Water District Water Fund and Authorizing Reimbursement for Said Loans as the Water System Becomes Self-Sustaining WHEREAS, the Vance County Water District proceeded with construction of a new water system in Vance County and began serving customers in October, 2013; and
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WHEREAS, since that time the County General Fund has subsidized the water fund as it begins

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to grow and add the necessary customers to reach a point of self-sustainability; and

WHEREAS, through FY2017-2018 a total of 1,326,965.98 has been transferred/loaned to the water fund with additional amounts anticipated in future years until the water system becomes self-sustaining; and, WHEREAS, the previous amounts transferred to the Vance County Water District were always understood to have been a loan to the Water District, and at such time as the Water District was financially able to repay these amounts, the same would be repaid.

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WHEREAS the Vance County Board of Commissioners and the Vance County Water District

wish to formally adopt this resolution to clearly establish the basis of the former and future transfers of funds to the Water District. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT

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The Vance County Board of Commissioners will, subject to their approval of the annual budget to determine any such amounts, continue to provide an annual allocation to the Vance County Water District s Water Fund to cover operations and debt service until such time as the water fund becomes self-sustaining.

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The Vance County Water District Water Fund has and will continue to accept these funds as a loan with the stipulation that the proceeds will be repaid to the Vance County General Fund at such future time that the water fund becomes self-sustaining.

This, the 5th day of August, 2019. ATTEST: ______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Kelly H. Grissom Vance County Board of Commissioners Clerk to the Board ATTEST: ______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Kelly H. Grissom Vance County Water District Board Clerk to the Board Vance County Water District Operations Report Operations Highlights: Fiscal Year-to Date June 2019 Work Order Completions: Discolored Water/ Air in lines 4 0 Set Meters 33 4 Replace Meter/ERT 31 8 Remove Meter 6 1 Locate Lines 573 67 Odor In Water / Chlorine Check 5 1 Check Usage / Leaks 109 9 Replace Meter Lid/ Box 10 0 Low pressure/ No Water 7 0 Water Main Break 0 0 Distribute Boil Water Notices 0 0 Distribute Rescind Notices 0 0 Move in / move out 104 14 Kittrell Water Tower Response 5 0 Water line repairs 9 0 Actual Shut offs 454 45 Restores 386 39 Cross Connection Checks 6 1 Intent to Serve inspections 0 0 Hydrant/Site Care/Mowing 7 0 Delivered Return Mail 15 0 Water Taps Requests 18 9 Satellite Office Activity: Information requests 53 3 Bill pays 2,306 207 Applications received 24 3 Billing Summaries: March Billing 02/28/2019 through 03/31/2019 1,283 active customers of which 871 were metered services Gallons billed 2,280,080 Average usage 2,618 @ .01033 = 27.04 plus 30 Base = 57.04 April Billing 04/01/2019 through 04/30/2019 1,284 active customers of which 871 were metered services Gallons billed 2,440,620 Average usage 2,802 @ .01033 = 28.94 plus 30 base = 58.94 May Billing 05/01/2019 through 05/31/2019 1,282 active customers of which 871 were metered services Gallons billed 2,455,220 Average usage 2,862 @ .01033 = 29.56 plus 30 base = 59.56 June Billing 06/01/2019 through 06/30/2019 1,282 active customers of which 875 were metered services Gallons billed 2,661,710 Average usage 3,042 @ .01033 = 31.42 plus 30 Base = 61.42 Water System Overview: The current customer count is as follows: * Phase 1 677 total customers, 205 availability accounts and 472 metered accounts * Phase 2 605 total customers, 202 availability accounts and 403 metered accounts * Kittrell - 353 total Customers, 0 availability accounts and 353 metered accounts There is a total of 1,635 VCWD customers committed to the system with 1,228 metered customers. Vance County Water District Operations Report
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*Graph information as of June 30, 2019

Availability Accounts AR*

Age Current Month 0 7,061.93 1-30 4,960.40 31-60 4,551.35 61-90 4,453.69 >90 133,514.21 Total Availability AR to date: 154,541.58

Customer numbers: 13 4 2 147 Customer Numbers: 90 26 10 181 Metered Accounts AR*

Age Current Month 0 31,368.99 1-30 6,985.74 31-60 2,725.13 61-90 1,691.95 >90 56,375.84 Totaled Metered to date: 99,147.65 Total AR to date* 253,689.23

Vance County Water District Operations Report
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Kittrell Area Customer Usage:

March Billing 02/28/2019 through 03/31/2019 352 active customers of which 349 were metered services Gallons billed 1,530,022 Average usage 4,622 @ .01033 = 47.75 plus 30 Base = 74.65 April Billing 04/01/2019 through 04/30/2019 339 active customers of which 339 were metered services Gallons billed 1,432,899 Average usage 4,226 @ .01033 = 43.65 plus 30 Base = 73.65 May Billing 05/01/2019 through 05/31/2019 353 active customers of which 353 were metered services Gallons billed 1,613,573 Average usage 4,845 @ .01033 = 50.05 plus 30 Base = 80.05 June Billing 06/01/2019 through 06/30/2019 353 active customers of which 353 were metered services Gallons billed 1,776,282 Average usage 5,031 @ .01033 = 51.97 plus 30 Base = 81.97
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*Graph information as of June 30, 2019

Kittrell Metered Accounts AR*

Age Current Month 0 20,669.28 1-30 10,077.32 31-60 5,497.30 61-90 2,407.26 >90 15,293.41 Total Kittrell Metered AR to date: 53,944.53

Customer Numbers: 32 12 11 41

Committee Reports and Recommendations

Vance County Committee Reports and Recommendations

Technology Committee Broadband Kickoff Meeting. The committee (Brummitt[C], Taylor Feimster[absent]) met with representatives from Open Broadband, LLC on Monday, July 15, 2019 to discuss short and long term goals for the county s broadband deployment. The committee was informed that the state GREAT grant will assist in covering areas in the northwest and southwest of the county by way of the New Hope water tank and the Kittrell water tank respectively. The committee identified these and the Warrenton Road tank as logical beginning points for use of county assets. Open Broadband and the committee brainstormed potential vertical assets in the county and property owners who may have private towers, billboards, church steeples, and other tall structures on their property are encouraged to reach out to Open Broadband or the County. Open Broadband has set up a website (https://openbb.net/vanceco/) where citizens can join a waitlist for their high speed internet service. The waitlist will assist in determining areas for initial deployments. The lowest level of service (25MB download/3MB upload) would be 39.99 monthly with no contracts or data caps for residential service. Business service is also available. Their plan is to deploy two sectors of the county per year with a goal of having coverage across the entire county within four years with the initial deployment occurring by January 1, 2020. A press release is included in the agenda packet and will be released August 6, 2019.

In addition to the broadband deployment, the committee discussed potential areas for free WiFi hotspot zones. The committee members discussed Kittrell as a good location due to the existing water tank, the Kittrell Job Corps, and the existing commercial area along US 1. The committee asked Open Broadband to develop a propagation study for potentially deploying the second WiFi zone near the I-85, shopping, and restaurant areas adjacent to Dabney Drive. The committee members expressed a desire to partner with the City if they can assist with funding coverage for the downtown area. Once areas for WiFi deployment are determined, the committee will provide a recommendation for proceeding with this contract. For your information. Properties Committee REO Property Offer and Minimum Bid Policy Amendment. The committee (Brummitt [C], Taylor, Wilder) met Monday, July 22nd to discuss a recent offer and redevelopment plan for county owned property on County Home Road. The redevelopment plan proposed using the property for garden space for a fresh food initiative. The property is the location of the former Vance Manor facility which the county demolished in FY2017 at a total cost of 105,815. The committee recommended rejecting the 750 offer and recommended amending the existing county policy to include covering 50 of any county costs in the property in addition to the existing policy of covering 50 of any attorney fees. The adjustment in policy would make the minimum offer 52,908 for this property. Recommendation: Reject offer from Dwan Alston and Lateef Phoenix for tax parcel 0093 03002. Recommendation: Revise the county s policy to set minimum property bids at the greater of 750 or 50 of attorney s fees paid and other county costs in the property. Construction Plan Review Warrenton Road Convenience Site. The committee met with the county s engineer (Preston Royster with Coulter, Jewell, Thames Engineers) to review final plans for construction of the new Warrenton Road Solid Waste Convenience site. The project includes site development and construction of a turn-lane as required by NCDOT with NCDOT agreeing to provide up to 100,000 reimbursement to the county for the turn-lane construction. The committee was informed the property has been rezoned, a conditional use zoning permit has been obtained, a watershed permit has been obtained and the construction permitting process is currently underway. The engineer anticipates the project will be ready for bidding in the next 30-45 days and barring any setbacks in bidding, construction could begin by late fall. A final budget will be determined with bidding, although the engineer provided an updated project cost of 442,892 which is higher than the previous estimate of 369,216 within the FY19-20 solid waste budget. The committee recommended increasing the vegetative buffer along the front and side of the property to ensure it is better concealed from public view. For your information. Public Safety Committee Fire Engine Donation. The committee (Wilder [C], Brummitt, Faines [absent]) met and discussed donating the county s 1994 model fire engine to Hicksboro Volunteer Fire Department and the county s 1984 model unit to Watkins Volunteer Fire Department. The 1994 engine was recently taken out of service by the county fire department when the new fire engine was purchased and the 1984 unit has been used by Townsville and Hicksboro since the Kerr Lake Department folded and provided its assets and liabilities to the county. The 1984 unit is currently tied up in the debt associated with the Kerr Lake Substation and staff will research this further to see if its ownership can be released by the county. The committee was agreeable to donating the trucks to Hicksboro and Watkins. The committee discussed the minimal monetary value of the trucks and felt it was better for them to be used locally than sold as surplus. Staff has determined a donation resolution will be required as per NC General Statutes which requires a public notice prior to approving. Staff will prepare the resolution for approval at a future meeting. Recommendation: Declare the 1994 fire engine (VIN 1FV6JLCB1SL740118) as surplus property for the purpose of being donated to the Hicksboro Volunteer Fire Department and authorize staff to prepare the necessary donation resolution. Fire District Boundary Changes. The committee briefly discussed the need to begin the process of updating the fire district boundaries and associated protocols. The committee intends to begin looking at this over their next few meetings. For your information. Emergency Operations Plan Update. The committee met with Emergency Operations staff to receive proposed updates to the county s emergency operations plan. The plan dates to 1976 and has been revised several times over the years with the vast majority of methodology remaining the same. The plan outlines roles and responsibilities for each agency/position in the event of a proclaimed State of Emergency and having a plan is a requirement for the county to receive federal Emergency Management grants. The committee was presented with the complete plan with changes noted for review with the intention of discussing and providing recommendations at a future meeting. Due to the large size, a hard copy of the plan updates is available in the County Manager s office for review. For your information.
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Open Broadband, LLC Will Expand Broadband Service into Vance County NC Contract supports job creation and economic development

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WAXHAW, NC (August 6, 2019) Open Broadband, LLC (www.openbb.net) is pleased to announce our upcoming expansion of fixed-wireless broadband internet service into Vance County NC. The deployment plan will address areas within the county which lack sufficient broadband service to meet the needs of government, residences and commercial businesses.

In August 2018, the Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments (Kerr-Tar COG) led a joint broadband enhancement Request for Proposal (RFP) for Vance, Granville and Vance Counties. North Carolina based Open Broadband, LLC was selected, and has entered a seven-year contract with Vance County to provide internet speeds of at least 25Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload to unserved areas. In addition to the Vance County contract, Open Broadband was also awarded a North Carolina GREAT grant to provide broadband to unserved areas of Vance County. The GREAT grant funds will go toward specific underserved areas in the Northwest and Southwest corners of Vance County, while the county's funds will pay for the remaining areas. This is a big deal for the county, said Vance County Manager Jordan McMillen. The FCC defines broadband as a minimum 25 Mbps speed. However, many of our citizens are limited to DSL, which is not a true high-speed service. Our primary goal is to serve the unserved and the underserved areas of the county, but once you have fixed- wireless broadband, many more residents can be served. At a starting price of 39.99/month the service is affordable for most residents. Open Broadband provides hybrid fiber and fixed-wireless internet service, up to gigabit speed, to many communities across North Carolina. Service is provided to residents, small and medium sized businesses, technology incubators, universities, and government locations including police, fire, town hall, and airport facilities. Open Broadband also provides free public Wi-Fi zones in downtown areas, parks, and campuses. Network deployment in Vance County will take place in phases over the next four years. The first customer service activation is planned for the end of 2019. We are excited to bring our fixed-wireless broadband service into Vance County, said Open Broadband CEO Alan Fitzpatrick. The need for higher internet speeds is universal as the internet has become a core component of our daily lives. Applying for jobs, access to medical records, access to student coursework, and online banking all require good internet infrastructure. Affordable internet options also help address the Digital Divide. We believe everyone should have access to home broadband internet service and are pleased to be awarded the contract with Vance County to bring service to those in need. Open Broadband is now accepting waitlist signups on the Vance County tab of the website: https://openbb.net/vanceco/ Those on the waitlist will receive regular updates on the progress of the network build and will be contacted once service is made available in their area.
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About Open Broadband, LLC Open Broadband, LLC is an ISP delivering high-speed internet service in underserved communities. We are a team of highly experienced telecom and internet veterans with one simple goal in mind provide affordable high-speed internet service to those areas with little choice in broadband service providers. Open Broadband is North Carolina owned and operated. Visit us at https://openbb.net or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @OpenBBNet. For questions, email info@openbb.net or call 919-205-5400.

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+HDOWK HQWHU Road (Tax Parcel 0093 03002)

Offer to Purchase 750 Condition Foreclosed in January 2011; vacant lot; 4.96 acres; County owned property; OI (Office-Institutional)

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Property Value 74,030 County Cost thus far 105, 815 (Demolition - 69,000 / Asbestos

Abatement - 36,815)
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Applicant Dwan Alston Lateef Phoenix

0093 03017 0093 04001 0093 030020093 03003 0093 03016 0093 030020093 03002A 0084 02012 0077 050190077 05018 0077 05020 0093 03004 0077 06001 0093 04001 0077 05017 0077 06002 0084 02013 0093 01007 0077 06003 0077 05002 0084 02014 0084 01012 0077 05023 0077 05003 0077 05001 0077 07009 0077 05024 0093 01003 0077 05005 0077 05016 0084 02011 0084 02015 0077 07008 0077 08014 0084 01011 0077 08012 0093 01008 0093 03007 0077 08013 0077 05006 0093 03008 0084 010100077 080110077 05007 0093 02006 0093 01002 0093 02001 0077 05008 0077 05022 0077 05004 0077 07009B 0077 07009A 0093 01006 0084 02010 0084 02015A 0093 01005 0077 05015 0084 02016 0084 01009 0084 02017 0093 01001 0077 070070077 04020A 0084 03015 VANCE COUNTYVANCE COUNTY HIGHLAND GREEN LLC VANCE COUNTY VANCE COUNTY VANCE COUNTY ASSOCIATED REST NURSING CARE GREEN J. P. DR. HEIRS HOLLOWAY GEORGE L. HOLLOWAY GEORGE L. EDWARDS MELVIN BUTLER HARRIETTE H SIMMONS FEARLDINE ABARHAM VANCE ROBERT

CITY OF HENDERSON

HARRIS DAVID LEE HIGHLAND GREEN LLC BYRD SHANTA FERGUSON WILLIAM SAMUEL JR DEACON HOMES LLC ROBERSON KENDELL BUTLER HARRIETTE H SMITH HILL A.

CLARK CARSON CLEVELAND JR

TART WANDA DICKERSON DUNSTON LARRY THOMAS THORPE CARL L THOMPSON ROBERT D YOUNG ASHTON M WW PROPERTIES RENTALS LLC
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CLARK CARSON CLEVELAND JR

VALLE MA ANGELICA TAMAYO BRANDON ANNIE G GREEN J. P. DR. HEIRS ALLGOOD EUNICE M FALKNER JOHN HENRY III

FALKNER L. NELSON SR.NC HOUSING DEPARTMENT LLC

WW PROPERTIES RENTALS LLC GENERAL PROPERTIES LLC WW PROPERTIES RENTALS LLC GIBBS WILLIAM LEE ROBERTSON FRANCES MARIE WW PROPERTIES RENTALS LLC

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FALKNER L. NELSON SR. WW PROPERTIES RENTALS LLC

DEACON HOMES LLC NIGHT AND DAY PROPERTIES LLC MCKNIGHT JOHN EARL HAMILTON RONNIE MAJESTIC OAKS PROPERTIES LLC JONES ERNEST WBRYANT EDWIN A. KAREN 825,704.00 74,030.00 1,550,502.00 31,736.00 10,744.00 74,030.00 1,557,292.00 12,113.00 85,385.00 60,077.00 11,000.00 88,885.00 100,351.00 6,019.00 45,468.00 6,936.00 1,550,502.00 16,107.00 33,251.00 60,536.00 34,665.00 30,859.00 34,383.00 45,763.00 10,190.00 5,400.00 58,194.00 24,963.00 31,766.00 32,997.00 26,961.00 48,004.00 26,890.00 7,599.00 12,740.00 26,029.00 31,538.00 15,913.00 15,661.00 12,269.00 15,537.00 12,041.00 33,023.00 23,196.00 13,687.00 8,853.00 53,082.00 10,731.00 41,305.00 S Pi nks ton St County Home Rd Che rry St Swain St Hea lth Cen ter Rd South St E Winder St

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906 Health Center Rd - Tax Parcel 0093 03002 (Tax Values )

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Legend 0093 03002 Vance County Roads Tax Parcels 3.27 acres 4.96 acres 1.95 acres 4.39 acres 1.96 acres Henderson Vance County
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Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)

Proposed Revision 2019

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Executive Summary

The origin of the EOP dates back to 1976 in Vance County. Then it was called the Emergency Operations Plan for War and was written on a typewriter. Having been revised several times over the years, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1994, 2002 and to a limited degree in 2009 the plan has seen a lot of changes but a good bit of the methodology has remained sound since its inception. The plan is intended to serve as a daily guidance document that can be used for interagency coordination and planning but really only comes into play when it is enacted through the local
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Proclamation of a State of Emergency.

Having an approved EOP is also a federal requirement on which many federal grants are contingent. Though the current rendition is 115 pages in total length, please look at this EOP as three (3)
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separate documents and a glossary of terms.

The first section is the Basic Plan. This section begins with tab C and it identifies our various hazards as well as different situations that could occur and outlines certain assumptions that we believe will exist as a result of those situations either by rational conclusion or real world experience. It speaks to the four (4) phases of Emergency Management and how they work together and to the way our jurisdiction or organized. Further, this section speaks to the authority

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given under the plan to the jurisdiction and to those whose responsibility it is to implement the

plan. This section is the cornerstone of the EOP. The second section begins with tab D and is the Roles and Responsibilities section. This section identifies all if the principal players and community leaders whose organizations play a vital role in single or multiple elements of the plan. Each individual now has their own page and signature line making it easier when a particular person leaves to have their replacement re-sign the document. The third section begins with tab E and goes all the way through tab X. These are the functional

elements of plan. This section of the EOP is structured so that each section can be its own

standalone plan if needed. They are in alphabetical order making searching through them easier and each one references its corresponding document in the federal EOP also known as the National Response Framework. This document allows for the seamless integration of local and civilian assets with federal assets such as the US military. The glossary of terms begin with tab Y. The plan contains no specific tactics. Rather it outlines roles and responsibilities for each agency and discipline. These agencies will work together and develop the tactics to carry out these tasks.
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In order to better assist you with reviewing the document, we have highlighted all of our changes

in yellow. Most of these changes are minor but some do have real substance and needed to

change in order for the EOP to continue to function as well as possible.

We submit this plan to you now for your review and would like to come back and answer any questions that anyone may have at a later date. Finance Director s Report

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County of Vance Disposal of Surplus Personal Property August 5, 2019

The Finance Director requests to dispose of the following surplus personal property owned by the County of Vance:
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ITEM NO. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION SERIAL REASON NO LONGER NEEDED DEPARTMENT Weed Eater 62942671 No longer works greater than 10 years old Fire

Riding Lawn Mower 1C0T2B10157 Frame House will not support the motor greater than 10 years old Fire Gas Heater A90B07124 Greater than 15 years old replacing Fire Drink Machine 56163 Compressor does not work greater than 15 years old Fire 2 Push Mowers Blown Engines greater than 10 years old Fire Ventilation Fan 0800 11981 Frame House and Blade shaft are bent (does not work) Fire

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Old Metal Desk old and in poor condition Sheriff Four DL360 G5 Servers no longer in use and greater than 10 years old IT One DL580 G5 Server no longer in use and greater than 10 years old IT One DL360 G4 Server no longer in use and greater than 10 years old IT

MAKE 1 SIG 2 SIG 3 SIG 4 SIG 5 SIG 6 SIG 7 SIG 8 SIG 9 SIG 10 SIG 11 SIG 12 SIG 13 SIG 14 SIG 15 SIG 16 SIG 17 SIG 18 SIG 19 SIG 20 SIG 21 SIG 22 SIG 23 SIG 24 SIG 25 SIG 26 SIG 27 SIG 28 SIG 29 SIG 30 SIG 31 SIG 32 SIG 33 SIG 34 SIG 35 SIG 36 SIG 37 SIG 38 SIG 39 SIG 40 SIG 41 SIG 42 SIG 43 SIG G362317 G299714 G410166 G356763 G300699 G300667 G299731 G410160 G300676 G300666 C357263 G299711 G356762 G300698 G310644 G302718 G362334 G410162 37B020296 G300673 G356194 G300655 G300664 G300663 G409566 G360332 G299713 G409546 G310628 37B020301 G300653 G300664 G300662 G409561 G300659 G300714 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 SIG P 220 PISTOLS / DUTY WEAPONS P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 G343368 G310643 SERIAL MODEL G343369 G362318 37B039329 G300702 G310632
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SIG 45 SIG 46 SIG 47 SIG 48 SIG 49 SIG 50 SIG 51 SIG 52 SIG 53 SIG 54 SIG 55 SIG 56 SIG 57 SIG 58 SIG 59 H/K 60 H/K

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37B018428 37B037812 37B041186 37B047063 G409560 37B037809 37B041183 G409559 G362335 37B047073 37B047077 G362336 G356033 37B047039P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 USP COMPACT USP COMPACT P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220 P 220

2019 Vance County DSS Relocation Project Ordinance

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BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Board of the County of Vance, North Carolina that, pursuant to Section 13.2 of Chapter 159 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, the following capital project ordinance is hereby adopted:

No additional detail provided

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Section 1. The project authorized is to pay the cost of financing engineering cost associated with the project. The County will enter into an installment financing agreement with a bank to provide funding for the project.

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Section 2. The officers of this unit are hereby directed to proceed with the capital project within the terms of the budget contained herein.

Section 3. The following amounts are appropriated for the project: Contracted Services 188,800 TOTAL 188,800 Section 4. The following revenues are anticipated to be available to complete this project:
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Loan Proceeds 188,800

No additional detail provided

Section 5. The Finance Director is hereby directed to maintain within the Capital Project Fund sufficient detailed accounting records to satisfy the requirements of the grantor agency, the grant agreements, and federal regulations.

Section 6. Funds may be advanced from the General Fund for the purpose of making payments as due. Reimbursement requests should be made to the grantor agency in an orderly and timely manner.
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Section 7. The Finance Director is directed to report, on a monthly basis, on the financial status of each project element in Section 3.

Section 8. The Budget Officer is directed to include a detailed analysis of past and future costs and revenues on this capital project in every budget submission made to this Board. Section 9. Copies of this capital project ordinance shall be furnished to the Clerk to the Governing Board, and to the Budget Officer and the Finance Director for direction in carrying out the project.
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Adopted this 5th day of August, 2019.

__________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Vance County Board of Commissioners County Attorney s Report RESOLUTION ACCEPTING BID FOR COUNTY OWNED REAL PROPERTY
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WHEREAS, the Vance County Board of County Commissioners received an offer for the purchase and sale of County owned real property, which is more particularly described below:

No additional detail provided

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803-809 N. Garnett Street, Henderson, North Carolina 27536, Vance County Tax Department Parcel Number 0075 03031.

WHEREAS, pursuant to NCGS 160A-269, a notice was published in the Daily Dispatch on July 4, 2019, stating that said offer had been received and that any person wishing to submit an upset bid should do so within 10 days; and WHEREAS, no upset bids were received within the statutorily prescribed time period; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Vance County Board of Commissioners, pursuant to NCGS 160A-269 that: The bid submitted by Tamer Attia in the amount of 950.00 subject to the terms and conditions contained in the submitted bid, attached hereto as Exhibit A , is hereby accepted for the property described herein and the Board s Chairperson shall execute the documents necessary to complete the transfer of title to such property.

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Adopted this the 5th day of August, 2019.

______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Vance County Board of Commissioners ATTEST: _______________________________ Kelly H. Grissom, Clerk to the Board RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING UPSET BID PROCESS FOR SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
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340 Davis Street, Henderson, NC 27536

WHEREAS, Vance County owns certain real property with an address of 340 Davis Street, Henderson, North Carolina, and more particularly described by the Vance County Tax Department as Parcel Numbers 0027 07015; and, WHEREAS, North Carolina General Statute 160A-269 permits the county to sell real property by upset bid, after receipt of an offer for the property; and, WHEREAS, the County has received an offer to purchase the real property described herein above in the amount of 1,088.00 subject to the terms and conditions as included in the submitted offer to purchase bid, submitted by Kevin Martinez-Galmiche; and, WHEREAS, Kevin Martinez-Galmiche has paid the required deposit in the amount of 760.00 with his initial offer. THEREFORE, THE VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS RESOLVES THAT:

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1.
The Board of County Commissioners declares the real property described above surplus and authorizes its sale through the upset bid procedure of North Carolina General Statute 160A-269.

2. A notice of the proposed sale shall be published which shall describe the property and the amount of the offer and shall require any upset offer be subject to the same terms and conditions as contained therein except for the purchase price.

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3.
Any person may submit an upset bid to the Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners within 10 days after the notice of sale is published. Once a qualifying higher bid has been received, that bid will become the new offer.

4. If a qualifying upset bid is received, a new notice of upset bid shall be published, and shall continue to do so until a 10-day period has passed without any qualifying upset bid having been received. At that time, the amount of the final high bid shall be reported to the Board of County Commissioners.

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5.
A qualifying higher bid is one that raises the existing offer by the greater of 750 or ten percent (10 ) of the first 1,000.00 of that offer and five percent (5 ) of the remainder of the offer and is subject to the same terms and conditions of the previous bid.

No additional detail provided

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6.
A qualifying higher bid must also be accompanied by a deposit in the amount of the greater of 750 or five percent (5 ) of the bid, which may be made by cash, cashier s check

or certified funds. The County will return the deposit of any bid not accepted and will return the bid of an offer subject to upset if a qualifying higher bid is received. 7. The terms of the final sale are that the Board of County Commissioners must approve the final high offer before the sale is closed and the buyer must pay with certified funds or wire transfer the bid amount and any other amounts as required pursuant to the terms and conditions of the bid at the time of closing, which shall be no later than 30 days following the approval by this Board of the final bid. The real property is sold in its current condition, as is, and the County gives no warranty with respect to the usability of the real property or title. Title will be delivered at closing by a Non Warranty Deed, subject to exceptions for ad valorem taxes, assessments, zoning regulations, restrictive covenants, street easements, rights of others in possession and any other encumbrances of record. Buyer shall pay for preparation and recording of the Deed and revenue stamps.

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8.
The County reserves the right to withdraw the property from sale at any time before the final high bid is accepted and the right to reject all bids at any time.

No additional detail provided

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9.
If no qualifying upset bid is received, the Board of County Commissioners will accept or reject the bid submitted within 60 days after the close of the 10-day upset period.

This the 5th day of August, 2019. _______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Vance County Board of Commissioners ATTEST: _______________________________ Kelly H. Grissom, Clerk to the Board

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340 Davis Street (Tax Parcel 0027 07015)

Offer to Purchase 1,088 Condition Foreclosed in February 2015; vacant lot; 0.36 acres;
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City (42.79 ) County (57.21 ) owned property;

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R6 (High Density Residential) City Zoning District

No additional detail provided

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Property Value 6,393

County Cost thus far 631 (Tax - 524 / Interest - 107); 2,175 Attorney Fees Applicant Kevin Martinez-Galmiche 0027 07001A 0027 07005 0027 07006 0027 07007 0027 07008 0027 03012 0027 07014 0027 07015 0027 06005 0027 030090027 03008 0027 03006 0027 03007 0027 07009 0027 030110027 03010 0027 06006 0027 03005 0027 07013 0027 03003 0027 070160027 07017 0027 07001 0027 07001B 0027 07002 0027 03022 0027 07011 0027 06004 0027 06002 0027 07012 0027 06003 0027 07010 0027 06001 0028 030160028 03018 0027 03023 0028 030150028 03017 0027 030240027 03025 0028 03014 0027 03026 0028 03013 0027 07004 0027 03004 0027 06013 0027 03013 0028 03019 0027 03027 0028 02001 FLOYD RONALD SMITH ROLAND WOODLIEF RYAN H BARRETT MARCIA L TERRY NELSON L SR BARBHONA ISIDRO SMITH ROLAND TERRY FRANK KANESHIRO KELII FLOYD RONALD OLMOS JULIO C ROYAL DANIEL W JR CRUDUP FRED LILES OSCAR RAY

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CITY OF HENDERSON

LEWIS FANNIE HAWKINS BNS PROPERTIES LLCBNS PROPERTIES LLC

CAMO OF VANCE COUNTY LLC RAGLAND DEWEY HEIRS

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA MINISTER'S OUTREACH TABERNACLE FLOYD RONALD FREEMAN MICHAEL G VALENTINE DORIS ABALL THOMAS PALMER COOPER HARRIET Y PROFFITT INVESTMENTS INC FISHER CHRISTOPHER T EDWARDS CURTIS G HAMLETT INVESTMENTS LLC SERRANO ROBERTO MORALES ROBERSON ANN VICK DOUGLAS FALKNER REAL ESTATE LL DOUGLAS FALKNER REAL ESTATE LL SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH RODRIGUEZ TOMAS NAVEZ SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCHCOTTRELL JAMES B. LINDA DOUGLAS FALKNER REAL ESTATE LL 8,092.00 6,393.00 43,409.00 29,006.00 42,765.00 38,067.00 34,838.00 65,616.00 51,247.00 54,153.00 436,439.00 68,648.00 4,795.00 51,412.00 26,317.00 20,682.00 48,786.00 35,703.00 27,497.00 3,801.00 34,730.00 44,244.00 48,537.00 32,822.00 16,945.00 3,380.00 2,873.00 11,244.00 17,111.00 17,011.00 16,108.00 14,230.00 19,622.00 4,056.00 19,238.00 27,772.00 4,195.00 39,313.00 4,195.00 47,451.00 14,350.00 14,959.00 Davis St Maple St Leh man St
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Legend 0027 07015 Vance County Roads Tax Parcels RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING UPSET BID PROCESS FOR SALE OF REAL PROPERTY Gun Club Road, Henderson, NC 27537 WHEREAS, Vance County owns certain real property with an address of Gun Club Road, Henderson, North Carolina, and more particularly described by the Vance County Tax Department as Parcel Numbers 0407 01024B; and, WHEREAS, North Carolina General Statute 160A-269 permits the county to sell real property by upset bid, after receipt of an offer for the property; and, WHEREAS, the County has received an offer to purchase the real property described herein above in the amount of 750.00 subject to the terms and conditions as included in the submitted offer to purchase bid, submitted by William R. Currin; and, WHEREAS, William R. Currin has paid the required deposit in the amount of 750.00 with his initial offer. THEREFORE, THE VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS RESOLVES THAT:
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1.
The Board of County Commissioners declares the real property described above surplus and authorizes its sale through the upset bid procedure of North Carolina General Statute 160A-269.

2. A notice of the proposed sale shall be published which shall describe the property and the amount of the offer and shall require any upset offer be subject to the same terms and conditions as contained therein except for the purchase price.

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3.
Any person may submit an upset bid to the Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners within 10 days after the notice of sale is published. Once a qualifying higher bid has been received, that bid will become the new offer.

4. If a qualifying upset bid is received, a new notice of upset bid shall be published, and shall continue to do so until a 10-day period has passed without any qualifying upset bid having been received. At that time, the amount of the final high bid shall be reported to the Board of County Commissioners.

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5.
A qualifying higher bid is one that raises the existing offer by the greater of 750 or ten percent (10 ) of the first 1,000.00 of that offer and five percent (5 ) of the remainder of the offer and is subject to the same terms and conditions of the previous bid.

No additional detail provided

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6.
A qualifying higher bid must also be accompanied by a deposit in the amount of the greater of 750 or five percent (5 ) of the bid, which may be made by cash, cashier s check

or certified funds. The County will return the deposit of any bid not accepted and will return the bid of an offer subject to upset if a qualifying higher bid is received. 7. The terms of the final sale are that the Board of County Commissioners must approve the final high offer before the sale is closed and the buyer must pay with certified funds or wire transfer the bid amount and any other amounts as required pursuant to the terms and conditions of the bid at the time of closing, which shall be no later than 30 days following the approval by this Board of the final bid. The real property is sold in its current condition, as is, and the County gives no warranty with respect to the usability of the real property or title. Title will be delivered at closing by a Non Warranty Deed, subject to exceptions for ad valorem taxes, assessments, zoning regulations, restrictive covenants, street easements, rights of others in possession and any other encumbrances of record. Buyer shall pay for preparation and recording of the Deed and revenue stamps.

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8.
The County reserves the right to withdraw the property from sale at any time before the final high bid is accepted and the right to reject all bids at any time.

No additional detail provided

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9.
If no qualifying upset bid is received, the Board of County Commissioners will accept or reject the bid submitted within 60 days after the close of the 10-day upset period.

This the 5th day of August, 2019. _______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Vance County Board of Commissioners ATTEST: _______________________________ Kelly H. Grissom, Clerk to the Board

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Gun Club Road (Tax Parcel 0407 01024B)

Offer to Purchase 750 Condition Foreclosed in March, 2019; vacant lot; vacant lot; Approximately 1.4 acres; 100 County owned; R30

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(Low Density Residential) County Zoning

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Property Value 8,391

County Cost thus far 955 Attorney Fees Applicant William R. Currin 0407 01024 0407 01031 0408 02001 0407 01030 0407 01029 0407 01020 0407 01027 0407 01024B 0407 01027A 0407 01041 0407 01025 0407 01036 0407 01026 0407 01038 0407 01035 0407 01028 0407 01024A 0407 01026A 0407 01043 VANCE LAKE LLC WELDON T H JRCURRIN WILLIAM R CURRIN WILLIAM R T J C INVESTMENTS LLC FRAZIER TED W ALSTON CLEVELAND M K G HOLDINGS LLC FINCH ANTHONY DALE HEIRS BREWER NANCY S WILLIAMS DERYLVON ESCOBAR ELIDA WALTHALL LESLIE SMITH SMITH THOMAS L BREWER NANCY S BULLOCK CAROLYN TIDEWATER INVESTORS XI LLC 265,031.00 35,728.00 110,001.00 83,633.00 72,333.00 149,370.00 0.00 28,406.00 12,491.00 7,306.00 3,855.00 15,594.00 30,720.00 76,556.00 39,686.00 36,088.00 8,526.00 Gun Clu b Rd

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Gun Club Rd - Tax Parcel 0407 01024B (Tax Values )

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Legend 0407 01024B Vance County Roads Tax Parcels RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING UPSET BID PROCESS FOR SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
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Woodsworth Road, Henderson, NC 27537

WHEREAS, Vance County owns certain real property with an address of Woodsworth Road, Henderson, North Carolina, and more particularly described by the Vance County Tax Department as Parcel Numbers 0303 02005; and, WHEREAS, North Carolina General Statute 160A-269 permits the county to sell real property by upset bid, after receipt of an offer for the property; and, WHEREAS, the County has received an offer to purchase the real property described herein above in the amount of 1,323.00 subject to the terms and conditions as included in the submitted offer to purchase bid, submitted by Samantha Faison; and, WHEREAS, Samantha Faison has paid the required deposit in the amount of 800.00 with his initial offer. THEREFORE, THE VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS RESOLVES THAT:
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, taxes, Taxes, purchasing, and property

1.
The Board of County Commissioners declares the real property described above surplus and authorizes its sale through the upset bid procedure of North Carolina General Statute 160A-269.

2. A notice of the proposed sale shall be published which shall describe the property and the amount of the offer and shall require any upset offer be subject to the same terms and conditions as contained therein except for the purchase price.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, sale, surplus, procedure, purchasing, and property

3.
Any person may submit an upset bid to the Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners within 10 days after the notice of sale is published. Once a qualifying higher bid has been received, that bid will become the new offer.

4. If a qualifying upset bid is received, a new notice of upset bid shall be published, and shall continue to do so until a 10-day period has passed without any qualifying upset bid having been received. At that time, the amount of the final high bid shall be reported to the Board of County Commissioners.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and sale

5.
A qualifying higher bid is one that raises the existing offer by the greater of 750 or ten percent (10 ) of the first 1,000.00 of that offer and five percent (5 ) of the remainder of the offer and is subject to the same terms and conditions of the previous bid.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

6.
A qualifying higher bid must also be accompanied by a deposit in the amount of the greater of 750 or five percent (5 ) of the bid, which may be made by cash, cashier s check

or certified funds. The County will return the deposit of any bid not accepted and will return the bid of an offer subject to upset if a qualifying higher bid is received. 7. The terms of the final sale are that the Board of County Commissioners must approve the final high offer before the sale is closed and the buyer must pay with certified funds or wire transfer the bid amount and any other amounts as required pursuant to the terms and conditions of the bid at the time of closing, which shall be no later than 30 days following the approval by this Board of the final bid. The real property is sold in its current condition, as is, and the County gives no warranty with respect to the usability of the real property or title. Title will be delivered at closing by a Non Warranty Deed, subject to exceptions for ad valorem taxes, assessments, zoning regulations, restrictive covenants, street easements, rights of others in possession and any other encumbrances of record. Buyer shall pay for preparation and recording of the Deed and revenue stamps.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, regulation, sale, taxes, Taxes, zoning, property, ad valorem, and easement

8.
The County reserves the right to withdraw the property from sale at any time before the final high bid is accepted and the right to reject all bids at any time.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, sale, and property

9.
If no qualifying upset bid is received, the Board of County Commissioners will accept or reject the bid submitted within 60 days after the close of the 10-day upset period.

This the 5th day of August, 2019. _______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Vance County Board of Commissioners ATTEST: _______________________________ Kelly H. Grissom, Clerk to the Board Woodsworth Road (Tax Parcel 0303 02005) Offer to Purchase 1,323 Condition Foreclosed in August, 2014; vacant lot; 1.75 acres and wooded with stream in rear of property; 100 County owned; R30 (Low Density Residential) County Zoning

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, taxes, Taxes, zoning, purchasing, property, and blight

Property Value 12,665

County Cost thus far 2,645 Attorney Fees Applicant Samantha Faison 0303 01002 0303 02003 0304 03008 0304 03002 0304 03006 0303 01006 0304 03007 0303 02019 0303 02003 0303A01027 0303A01014 0303 02027 0303 02026 0303 02005 0303 02020 0303 02018 0303 01003 0303 02017 0303 01004 0303 01005 0303A010210303A01022 0303A01013 HANKS ROBERT MAC LOUISBURG HARDWOOD INC PELZER ERIC G RIGGSBEE PATRICK MILTON HENDERSON ETHA V.J.HEIRS GUERRIERO LOUIS STREET JAMES T II DAVIS-SMITH CAROLYN F HANKS ROBERT MAC VANCE COUNTY LOUISBURG HARDWOOD INC MOODY AMANDA LEIGH MOODY AMANDA LEIGH BULLOCK TOWYNA BULLOCK QUANAH WOODARD TONY PAULETTE BULLOCK RICHARD HEIRS JACKSON EDWARD SCOTT MARY D HEIRS LOUISBURG DEVELOPMENT CORP DAVIS-SMITH CAROLYN F 79,943.00 199,504.00 266,929.00 33,011.00 38,353.00 56,199.00 135,125.00 27,986.00 19,520.00 199,504.00 19,786.00 10,883.00 12,962.00 12,665.00 0.00 12,066.00 10,114.00 58,190.00 17,616.00 100,172.00 1,751.00 69,015.00 Orv is L

Tagged Passions:legal, streets, development, Development, and property

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Rock Spring Church Rd

Woodsworth Rd
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1
inch = 200 feet WoodsworthRd - Tax Parcel 0303 02005 (Tax Values )

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0
200 400100 Feet

Legend 0303 02005 Vance County Roads Tax Parcels County Manager s
Tagged Passions:streets, taxes, Taxes, property, administrator, and manager

Report

Vance County County Manager s Report to the Board August 5, 2019

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

A.
Revised Fireworks Permit City of Henderson. The board previously approved a fireworks permit for a fireworks display at Fox Pond Park on Friday, July 5th. Due to inclement weather, the show did not occur and a make-up date has been scheduled for Saturday, August 31st to correspond with the Labor Day holiday with a rain date of September 1st. The display will be handled by the same professional pyrotechnics firm (Zambelli Fireworks Mfg. Co.). The appropriate credentials and insurance coverage has been provided and the county fire marshal has approved the revised permit subject to board approval. Recommendation: Approve request from the City of Henderson and Zambelli Fireworks Mfg. Co. for a permit to discharge fireworks at Fox Pond Park on Saturday, August 31, 2019.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:insurance, parks, fireworks, and holiday

B.
Resolution Formalizing General Fund Loan to Water Fund. As of the end of FY2019, the Vance County water system has undergone five years of operation. To date the system has a total of 1,635 customers with 1,228 metered customers committed to the system. Over this period the general fund has provided a total of 1.67 million (est. subject to FY18-19 audit being completed) to the water fund with the general understanding that this will be repaid at such time that the water fund becomes self-sufficient. The interim finance director has recommended that we officially book this and future transfers as a loan to allow for future repayment to the general fund. The enclosed resolution to be approved by both the water board and board of commissioners will formalize this loan to the water fund to include allowing future repayment to the general fund. Recommendation: Approve resolution formalizing and accounting for past and future general fund transfers to the water fund to include repayment at such time in the future when the water system is self-sufficient.

VANCE COUNTY CSDCTI MARSHAL Vance County Special Use Permit BY VIRTUE OF THE VANCE COUNTY FIRE PREVENTION ORDINANCE, NAME: Danielle Fredrickson

Tagged Passions:ordinance, finance, utility, Utility, water, and audit

COMPANY: Zambelli Fireworks Mfg. Co.

Tagged Passions:fireworks

ADDRESS: 1060 Holland Dr. Ste J

CITY/STATF/ZIP: Boca Raton, FL 33487 IS HEREBY GRANTED A SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR THE FOLLOWING: Pyrotechnic Display THIS PERMIT SHALL BE V ALID FROM: August 30, 2019 AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION: Fox Pond Park
Tagged Passions:grant, parks, and fireworks

TO: August 30 2019

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Meet pyrotechnic display regulations from O.S.F.M. THIS PERMIT IS ISSUED AND ACCEPTED ON CONDITION THAT ALL REGULATIONS AND PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE, NFPA CODES AND VANCE COUNTY ORDINANCE SHALL BE COMPLIED WITH. VIOLATIONS OF ANY SUCH REGULATION OR PROVISIONS SHALL MAKE THIS PERMIT INVALID AND REVOKEABLE. THIS PERMIT SHALL BE V ALID ONLY AS SPECIFIED AND SHALL NOT BE TRANSFERABLE OR RENEWABLE. DATE: 7/16/2019
Tagged Passions:regulation, ordinance, fireworks, and building codes

FIRE MARSHAL: Keith Duncan (252)738-2091

PERMIT RECEIVED BY: Tara Goolsby R E S O L U T I O N Formalizing Past and Future County General Fund Loans to the Vance County Water District Water Fund and Authorizing Reimbursement for Said Loans as the Water System Becomes Self-Sustaining WHEREAS, the Vance County Water District proceeded with construction of a new water system in Vance County and began serving customers in October, 2013; and
Tagged Passions:construction, utility, Utility, and water

WHEREAS, since that time the County General Fund has subsidized the water fund as it begins

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

to grow and add the necessary customers to reach a point of self-sustainability; and

WHEREAS, through FY2017-2018 a total of 1,326,965.98 has been transferred/loaned to the water fund with additional amounts anticipated in future years until the water system becomes self-sustaining; and, WHEREAS, the previous amounts transferred to the Vance County Water District were always understood to have been a loan to the Water District, and at such time as the Water District was financially able to repay these amounts, the same would be repaid.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and sustainability

WHEREAS the Vance County Board of Commissioners and the Vance County Water District

wish to formally adopt this resolution to clearly establish the basis of the former and future transfers of funds to the Water District. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT

Tagged Passions:funding, utility, Utility, and water

1.
The Vance County Board of Commissioners will, subject to their approval of the annual budget to determine any such amounts, continue to provide an annual allocation to the Vance County Water District s Water Fund to cover operations and debt service until such time as the water fund becomes self-sustaining.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, utility, Utility, and water

2.
The Vance County Water District Water Fund has and will continue to accept these funds as a loan with the stipulation that the proceeds will be repaid to the Vance County General Fund at such future time that the water fund becomes self-sustaining.

This, the 5th day of August, 2019. ATTEST: ______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Kelly H. Grissom Vance County Board of Commissioners Clerk to the Board ATTEST: ______________________________ Archie B. Taylor, Jr., Chairman Kelly H. Grissom Vance County Water District Board Clerk to the Board
Tagged Passions:funding, utility, Utility, and water

Consent Agenda Items Budget Amendments

Tagged Passions:budget

Tax Refunds and Releases Minutes

Monthly Reports 911 Emergency Operations Administrative Ambulance Charge-Offs Cooperative Extension Economic Development EMS Health Department Human Resources Information Technology Planning and Development Parks and Recreation Tax Office Veterans Service BUDGET AMENDMENT REQUEST NO. 2

Tagged Passions:planning, health, veterans, economic development, 911, budget, taxes, Taxes, development, emergency, Technology, parks, Development, technology, EMS, human resources, information technology, Information Technology, and recreation

A
request to amend the 2019-2020 Vance County Budget is hereby submitted to the Vance County Board of Commissioners as follows:

Department Name: Sheriff Department

Tagged Passions:budget and public safety

Revenue Amendment Request

REVENUE INCREASE (DECREASE) Sale-Fixed Assets 10-370-437099 18,000.00

Tagged Passions:sale

TOTAL REVENUE INCREASE (DECREASE) 18,000.00

Reason for Revenue Amendment Request: Record the gun trade in value for 60 guns.

Tagged Passions:gun control, trade, and Gun Control

Expenditure Amendment Request

EXPENSE INCREASE (DECREASE) Capital Outlay 10-510-500074 18,000.00 Reason for Expense Amendment Request:

Budget for the full expenditure of the purchase of guns.

Requested by: _____________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________ APPROVED: Reviewed by VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Finance Office ______________________________________ IN MEETING OF _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Kelly Grissom , Clerk VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISIONERS ACCOUNT TITLE ACCOUNT NUMBER
Tagged Passions:gun control, finance, budget, purchasing, and Gun Control

VANCE COUNTY BUDGET AMENDMENT REQUEST 2019 - 2020 Fiscal Year

ACCOUNT TITLE ACCOUNT NUMBER

Tagged Passions:budget

BUDGET AMENDMENT REQUEST NO. 3

Tagged Passions:budget

A
request to amend the 2019-2020 Vance County Budget is hereby submitted to the Vance County Board of Commissioners as follows:

Department Name: Capital Projects School

Tagged Passions:budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, and education

Revenue Amendment Request

REVENUE INCREASE (DECREASE) Lottery Proceeds 67-367-438502 50,606.00

Tagged Passions:gambling

TOTAL REVENUE INCREASE (DECREASE) 50,606.00

Reason for Revenue Amendment Request: Lottery funds for project.

Tagged Passions:funding and gambling

Expenditure Amendment Request

EXPENSE INCREASE (DECREASE) Construction 67-910-500106 50,606.00 Reason for Expense Amendment Request: Pay HG Reynolds for invoices from 2017 in regards to the Carver Multipurpose Room Project. Requested by: _____________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________ APPROVED: Reviewed by VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Finance Office ______________________________________ IN MEETING OF _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Kelly Grissom , Clerk VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISIONERS ACCOUNT TITLE ACCOUNT NUMBER

Tagged Passions:construction and finance

VANCE COUNTY BUDGET AMENDMENT REQUEST 2019 - 2020 Fiscal Year

ACCOUNT TITLE ACCOUNT NUMBER

Tagged Passions:budget

TAX OFFICE REFUND AND RELEASE REPORT FOR JUNE 2019

TAXPAYER NAME TAX YR REAL PERSONAL SOLID WASTE FEE REASON YANCEY CONWAY C 2005 431.49 0 90 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2006 431.49 0 90 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2007 431.49 0 95 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2008 386.78 0 102.50 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2009 379.27 0 102.50 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2010 379.27 0 102.50 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2011 379.24 0 105 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2012 385.81 0 105 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2013 385.81 0 105 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2014 390.50 0 105 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2015 390.50 0 105 foreclosure YANCEY CONWAY C 2016 400.32 0 105 foreclosure BUMPASS TRACY T 2017 0 0 105 remove solid was HORBETT TASHA 2017 0 52.76 105 pers prop billed LOVIN JUSTIN CHAD 2017 0 52.76 105 correct ownership YANCEY CONWAY C 2017 400.32 0 105 foreclosure BUMPASS TRACY T 2018 0 0 112 remove solid was HORBETT TASHA 2018 0 51.18 112 pers prop billed LOVIN JUSTIN CHAD 2018 0 51.18 112 correct ownership YANCEY CONWAY C 2018 408.89 0 112 foreclosure TERRY JACQUELINE 2019 0 15.46 0 pers prop billed TOTAL 5581.18 223.34 GRAND TOTAL 5804.52 ADMINISTRATIVE AMBULANCE CHARGE-OFFS FOR INFORMATION ONLY NAME DATE OF SERVICE AMOUNT REASON Mae F. Allen 06/11/2009 06/16/2009 219.45 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs William Allen 06/10/2009 912.14 Uncollectible-Statute of

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limitation beyond 10 yrs Henderson K. Alston 06/01/2009 06/26/2009 158.37 Uncollectible-Statute of

limitation beyond 10 yrs Pamela Alston 06/13/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Tony Ashe 06/02/2009 06/04/2009 221.72 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Donna L. Ayscue 06/02/2009 454.10 Uncollectible-Statute of

limitation beyond 10 yrs Sylvester Balthrope 06/19/2009 75.00 Uncollectible-Statute of

No additional detail provided

limitation beyond 10 yrs Stephanie Barnes 06/28/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of

No additional detail provided

limitation beyond 10 yrs Theresa M. Barnhill 06/03/2009 110.95 Uncollectible-Statute of

limitation beyond 10 yrs Nick R. Bell 06/29/2009 75.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Tressie L. Boyd 06/21/2009 381.23 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yr Wayne Boyd 06/09/2009 698.04 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs John R. Branche 06/12/2009 75.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Angela D. Brown 06/10/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Harry L. Brown 06/05/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Michael A. Bullock 06/16/2009 370.82 Uncollectible-Statute of

limitation beyond 10 yrs Bernard L. Bunch 06/13/2009 402.05 Uncollectible-Statute of

limitation beyond 10 yrs Barbara E. Burchett 06/11/2009 76.25 Uncollectible-Statute of

limitation beyond 10 yrs Christopher S. Burns 06/16/2009 502.05 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Elliott Burwell 06/01/2009 381.23 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Dustin C. Carroll 06/05/2009 101.62 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs

No additional detail provided

Clementine K. Carter 06/18/2009 30.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Helen Castillo-Wilson 06/21/2009 481.23 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Wilbur Cheek, Jr. 06/18/2009 179.72 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Eric L. Cheek 06/11/2009 776.81 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Timothy A. Christmas 06/13/2009 443.69 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Kathleen Crespo-Marino 06/04/2009 433.28 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Kanadia A. Crews 06/28/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Robert D. Dailey 06/02/2009 92.90 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Rodney E. Davis 06/20/2009 391.64 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Marcelo J. Diaz 06/05/2009 12.05 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Tasha K. Durham 06/13/2009 402.05 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Michael W. Epps 06/05/2009 381.23 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Patricia A. Evans 06/23/2009 72.08 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Dwain A. Fisher 06/25/2009 481.23 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs James M. Fisher 06/27/2009 439.15 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Sharon Gaster 06/02/2009 470.82 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Shronda N. Gaye 06/01/2009 502.05 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Tinika L. Glover 06/09/2009 75.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Willie L. Grant 06/06/2009 75.88 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Edmund L. Grimes 06/12/2009 75.88 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Alberto Guillen 06/28/2009 235.31 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Larry E. Hardee 06/27/2009 06/30/2009 276.25 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Kathy D. Harris 06/04/2009 41.84 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Ruby A. Harris 06/17/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Christopher Hatley 06/16/2009 470.82 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Charles L. Hawkins 06/29/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Elizabeth B. Hawkins 06/20/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs

No additional detail provided

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James A. Hawkins 06/17/2009 412.46 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Zhnyah Henderson 06/30/2009 179.89 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Angela A. Holloman 06/14/2009 512.46 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Dean Jenks 06/02/2009 391.64 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Eddie T. Jones 06/10/2009 412.46 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Rasheed A. Jones 06/30/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Rosalind D. Jones 06/27/2009 75.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Sharon Y. Jones 06/10/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs William Krogh 06/06/2009 433.28 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Cherise L. Lewis 06/29/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Durwood K. Marrow 06/29/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Katie R. Marrow 06/11/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Ralph Melendez 06/15/2009 360.41 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Mike Murray 06/18/2009 381.23 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Lawanda Oliver 06/07/2009 101.31 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Luz A. Paredes-Escamilla 06/07/2009 464.51 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Evelyn C. Perry 06/23/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Lisa Ragland 06/17/2009 381.23 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Travone Q. Ragland 06/23/2009 75.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Mozelle R. Reese 06/22/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Jeffrey M. Rose 06/06/2009 06/30/2009 918.61 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Maurice Sutton 06/26/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Lorenzo T. Taylor 06/21/2009 402.05 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Wesley Taylor 06/12/2009 75.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Larry W. Terry 06/26/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Katherine M. Thomas 06/16/2009 402.05 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Margaret J. Vaughn 06/13/2009 64.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs

Louvenia M. Vereen 06/08/2009 06/27/2009 450.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Michael T. Walker 06/10/2009 150.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Barry M. Welborn, Sr. 06/12/2009 43.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Kimberly L. West 06/26/2009 190.43 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs William H. Wilkerson 06/27/2009 402.05 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Anna Williams 06/27/2009 38.47 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Elitichmonic Williams 06/14/2009 370.82 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Holly Williams 06/03/2009 522.87 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs Margaret Williamson 06/17/2009 75.00 Uncollectible-Statute of limitation beyond 10 yrs

[ 2019 VANCE COUNTY EXTENSION PLAN OF WORK/MONTHLY UPDATE ]

And Objectives Outcomes

1.
Producers will increase sales of food locally to more agriculturally aware consumers through market development, producer and consumer education, and new farmer and infrastructure support.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:market, sale, agriculture, development, Development, and education

Vermicomposting ( Composting with earthworms) workshop was conducted with four small farmers. Post workshop evaluations from these farmers stated all four farmers increased their knowledge of vermicomposting. They also stated they would adopt vermicomposting recommendations taught by Cooperative Extension during the workshop.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:agriculture

2.
Agricultural producers, workers, food handlers and consumers will adopt safer food and agricultural production, handling, and distribution practices that reduce workplace and home injuries/illnesses, enhance food security, and increase the quality and safety of food that North Carolinians prepare and consumers.

Kerr-Tar Beekeepers held their July meeting with 10 members present. The meeting was devoted to future association plans and projects,insurance needs for beekeepers were discussed.

Tagged Passions:agriculture, security, and insurance

4-H members learned kitchen safety and farm safety at our Farm to table and our Carlee Farm 4-H camp.

Tagged Passions:agriculture

3.
Individuals and groups will acquire leadership and decision making capacities needed to guide and actively participate in local and state organizations.

4-H members will participate in the democratic process at the 2019 NC 4-H congress when they vote their 2019-2020 NC 4-H state officers into office.

4-H members will learn leadership skills in the various workshops offered at NC 4-H congress.

4.
Youth and adults will address community issues and/ or challenges through volunteerism.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:youth

4-H members will package meals at the 2019 NC 4-H congress and be able to bring those meals back home to vance county and donate them to the ACT food bank.

5.
North Carolina's plant, animal and food systems will become more profitable and sustainable.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:plant

Vermicomposting ( Composting with earthworms) workshop was conducted with four small farmers. Post workshop evaluations from these farmers stated all four farmers increased their knowledge of vermicomposting. They also stated they would adopt vermicomposting recommendations taught by Cooperative Extension during the workshop.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:agriculture

[ 2019 VANCE COUNTY EXTENSION PLAN OF WORK/MONTHLY UPDATE ]

6.
Parents and caregivers will effectively use recommended parenting, self-care practices, and community resources.

The IY Parenting Program is currently planning for the first session of 2019-2020 program year.

Tagged Passions:planning, program, and parents

7.
Futures that Work: School to Career Pathways

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:education

4-H members learned about value added products and how to be an entrepreneur at the Carlee Farm 4-H camp. They learned how to take homemade goods and market them to turn it into a career.

Tagged Passions:market and agriculture

4-H members will tour NCSU and will be encouraged to further their education during their time at NC 4-H congress.

Tagged Passions:education

8.
Youth and adult program participants will make healthy food choices, achieve the recommended amount of physical activity and reduce risk factors for chronic diseases

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:risk, program, and youth

4-H members participated in Farm To table, a camp in which we learned about local foods, cooked the local foods, learned about healthy living, kitchen saftey and did a lot of walking when we toured a farm

Tagged Passions:agriculture

4-H members participated in our Fishing Rodeo Camp and got lots of physical activity as a result.

9.
Consumers and communities will enhance the value of plants, animals, and landscapes while conserving valuable natural resources and protecting the environment.

Kerr-Tar Beekeepers held their July meeting with 10 members present. The meeting was devoted to future association plans and projects,insurance needs for beekeepers were discussed.

Tagged Passions:Conservation, insurance, environment, plant, and buildings and grounds

10.
Community Outreach The Community Food Giveaway had another successful month serving the people of Vance County. Some of the products available were cucumbers, cantelope, water, etc. The food bank continues to be a great partner and provides our community with healthy, nutritious foods.

Project Ranger Project Pirate Project Cumulus Project Axle Conducted site visit for the Sempirius building Hosted site visit for Project Spaceway Attended the Triangle North Alliance committee meeting Worked with Kerr Tar WIB to create job fair for Hollander Conducted BRE visit with Carolina Co Packing Conducted BRE visit Hollander Staff is working with the Kerr Tar COG and Lee Associates to conduct aerial photography of the Triangle North Business Park and the Sempirius building to enhance marketing efforts for the property.

Tagged Passions:business, market, utility, Utility, water, parks, and property

Met with senior staff of the NC Golden Leaf Commission Met with new Chamber of Commerce Director Attended IT Committee meeting with Open broadband Attended meeting with North Carolina A T delegation Worked with Marketing Alliance to update aspects of the office website to include an overview

of regional colleges and universities. Working with Marketing Alliance on the third phase of direct marketing campaign for target
Tagged Passions:market, grocery, boards and commissions, university, and Internet Access

sectors: Food and beverage manufacturing, and manufacturing. First phase of campaign: Ran June 1 30 with video and static ads on Twitter and LinkedIn Ads generated 74.7 increase in new traffic to office website Average visit was for 2 minutes For the month of June the website generated 870 total page views

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:traffic

EMS Calls Totals By Station Company 9 (Main) 530 Company 1 (Bearpond FD) 62 Jun 19 592

EMS Calls By Medical Category EMS Calls By Medical Category (cont.) Abdominal Pain 17 Stab/Gunshot Wound 5 Allergies 1 Standby 0 Altered Mental Status 11 Stroke/CVA 7 Animal Bite 0 Traffic Accident 0 Assault 7 Transfer / Interfacility 0 Back Pain 10 Trauma, Arrest 0 Breathing Problems 33 Traumatic Injury 22 Burns 1 Unconscious / Fainting 19 CO Poisoning / Hazmat 0 Unknown Problems 19 Cardiac Arrest 13 Jun 19 592 Chest Pain 29 Choking 2 EMS Calls By Outcome Code Stroke 0 ALS Assist 1 Convulsions / Seizure 26 Cancelled 1 Diabetic Problem 22 Cancelled Enroute 20 Drowning 0 Dead at Scene 9 Electrocution 0 Fire Standby 9 Eye Problem 2 No Patient Found 27 Fall Victim 20 Not Entered 0 Fire Standby 15 Patient Refused Care 57 Headache 7 Standby 3 Heart Problems 3 Training Chart 0 Heat/Cold Exposure 4 Treated, Refused transport 37 Hemorrhage/Laceration 9 Treated, Transferred Care 0 Industrial Accident 0 Treated, Transported by EMS 428 Ingestion/Poisoning/Overdose 16 Jun 19 592 Medical Alarm 2 Newborn 0 Mileage Report Not Applicable 29 Unit Mileage Not Available 30 102 139,616 Not Entered 0 103 123,124 Not Known 1 104 53,598 Pain 40 105 102,514 Pregnancy / Childbirth 8 107 33,514 Psychiatric Problems 12 108 79,200 Respiratory Arrest 0 109 71,417 STEMI 6 110 153,053 Sick Person 144 112 135,509
Tagged Passions:drugs, industrial, training, EMS, and traffic

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Vance County Emergency Medical Service 07/01/2019 07/30/19 Call Breakdown

GVPH AGENCY SERVICES JUNE 2019 Service Counts Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Tagged Passions:services and emergency

YEARLY TOTAL Trend

CH Clinic Visits 116 116 87 98 84 64 565 FP Clinic Visits 220 126 181 206 123 172 1,028 MH Clinic Visits 105 101 66 98 76 95 541 Newborn Home Visits 35 23 38 23 31 36 186 Postpartum Home Visits 35 23 38 23 31 36 186 Primary Care Visits 174 157 157 148 141 120 897 STD Visits 90 98 94 99 90 77 548 CC4C clients 104 147 161 118 119 118 767 OBCM clients 83 98 134 135 145 146 741 Births Granville 30 18 16 12 20 23 119 Births Vance 48 34 46 36 35 29 228 Deaths Granville 35 31 34 29 39 30 198 Deaths Vance 39 43 34 35 44 41 236 Fetal Deaths Granville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fetal Deaths Vance 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Active TB Cases Granville 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Active TB Cases Vance 1 2 2 1 0 1 7 Animal Bites Vance 8 1 5 4 9 6 33 Animal Bites Granville 5 9 7 8 11 9 49 Latent TB Cases Granville 1 2 4 5 3 1 16 Latent TB Cases Vance 0 3 5 4 2 2 16 Positive PPD Granville 0 2 0 1 0 1 4 Positive PPD Vance 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Positive Rabies Granville 0 2 2 1 1 0 6 Positive Rabies Vance 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reportable Dx Granville 88 90 83 95 71 76 503 Reportable Dx Vance 87 102 98 107 78 76 548 HIV Tests 107 95 102 104 94 99 601 In house Labs Granville 232 234 246 265 216 225 1,418 In house Labs Vance 340 281 283 296 274 289 1,763 Pos. Pregnancy Tests Granville 8 10 10 7 12 5 52 Service Counts Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec YEARLY TOTAL Trend

Pos. Pregnancy Tests Vance 7 4 11 7 8 9 46 Reference Labs Granville 367 388 375 456 354 390 2,330 Reference Labs Vance 451 400 355 337 313 321 2,177 Flu Vaccines Given Granville 45 22.5 16.5 8 19.5 0.0 112 Flu Vaccines Given Vance 25.5 25 13.0 2 0.0 2.0 68 Immunizations Given Granville

138 71.5 91.5 95 79.5 73.0 549 Immunizations Given Vance 107.5 91 95.0 73 74.0 75.0 516 WIC Participants 2,162 2,130 2,171 2,174 2,217 2,290 13,144 MONTHLY TOTAL 5,294 4,980 5,062 5,110 4,814 4,937 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,197 Page 2 of 2 Well Appliaction Name W1 Evaluated W2 Grouting W4 Head Inspected W6 Permit Issued New W8

Permit Issued Abandonment

W10 Completion Issued New

W13 Bacteriological

W14 Other

Sample W15 Complaint Investigation Permit Address Septic Permit

Date of Request

Jonthan Jones Fawn Dr 9095 6/7/2019 Mike Wittemore Jr Gillburg Rd 1085 6/20/2019 Douglas Yeary Taylors Pt Ln 7840 6/27/2019

* PO=pending owner: more information needed 7/3/2019Nancy S Brewer * PHD=pending H.D.: in process

Septic Application DATE RECVD SITE READY PARCEL NO SUBDIVISION LOT APPLICANT OWNER EHS PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ADDRESS Pin 6/5/2019 6/5/2019 Jerry Pendergrass same Dick Smith Rd 0483
Tagged Passions:alcohol, subdivision, and property

01008 6/19/2019 6/19/2019 Spring Forest

187 188R WA Currin same Briggs Rd

6/20/2019 6/20/2019 Kelly Roberts Maldonado same Charlie Grissom Rd 0496 02010 6/20/2019 6/20/2019 Clinton Angela Hanks same Hanks Ln 0351

02004 6/25/2019 6/25/2019 Eugene Morris same Morris Wilson Rd 275

0379 02013 6/25/2019 6/25/2019 Spring Forest 34 35 Rodney Kearney same Marigold Ln 6/27/2019 6/27/2019 Dillon Thomas same Burnside Road 0363
Tagged Passions:streets

01001A 6/28/2019 6/28/2019 Tracey Jarrett same Oak Tree Ln

0359 01020 6/28/2019 6/28/2019 Clency Bullock same Foster Rd Ext 0550 02013
Tagged Passions:trees

* PO=pending owner: more information needed * PHD=pending H.D.: in process

7/3/2019P next to permit number indicates a pump system

2019 June CAT 04091010473

Tagged Passions:pets

SUBWAY 1413 N Garnett Street 208 Maghadass Inc

Tagged Passions:streets and Public Transit

430-1500 6-3-19 A

No additional detail provided

04091020101 KITTRELL FOOD MART

1243 US 1 HWY 438-1081 6-3-19 A 96.5 3

04091010214 GILLBURG BEST BET

4765 HWY 39 S 239 Bowers Burrows

No additional detail provided

433-8875 6-4-19 A

04091010308 SHEETZ

619 Ruin Creek Road 492-1530

6-4-19 A 99.5 2

Tagged Passions:streets

04091110019 HENDERSON COLLEGIATE

926 Carolina Ave 252-572-2514 6-6-19 A 97.5 3

04091110018 HENDERSON COLLEGIATE

1071 Ol d Epson Road 6-6-19 A

BURGER KING 1817 N Garnett Street 201 Carolina Quality Inc 431-0596 6-6-19 A 96 2
Tagged Passions:streets and restaurants

04091010324 HATTIES RESTAURANT

1012 S Garnett Street 252-915-8912 6-7-19 A 95.5 3 04091010201 220 SEAFOOD 1812 N Garnett St 178 T J Restaurant Corp
Tagged Passions:streets and restaurants

492-8084 6-7-19 A

2019 June CAT 04091010266 ROSEMART 206

Tagged Passions:pets

230 Vanco Mill Road 430-1794

6-10-19 A 95.5 3

Tagged Passions:streets

04091010386 SMITHFIELD CHIK/BBQ

100 Exchange Blvd 492-3655 6-10-19 A 98.5 3

04091010030 GOLDEN SKILLET 444 Dabney Drive 130 Steve Wright

492-4040 6-11-19 A

HARDEE'S 120 Dabney Drive Boddie-Noell Enterprises 438-3754 6-12-19 A 97 3

Tagged Passions:restaurants

04091010371 VILLAGE KITCHEN 919 Beckford Drive

738-9998 6-12-19 A

04091010476 Citizens Pub 200 S Garnett St 252-598-0056 6-13-19 I 3 04091010300 MAYFLOWER SEAFOOD 201 N Cooper Drive 6-13-19 A 04091020094 Fry House

1208 E Andrews Ave 252-767-5480 4-14-19 I 2 04091010163

GOLDEN CHINA 1656 N Garnett Street 199 Yun Yu Zheng 492-9131 6-14-19 A 96 3 2019 June CAT
Tagged Passions:streets and pets

04019160008 WEST CARE GIRLS CAMP

633 Shepards Way Lane 6-17-19 A ADVENTURE ISLAND 1211 Coble Blvd 101 Anthony Abbott 492-9888 6-17-19 A 98 2

04091010274 HENDERSON PIT STOP

No additional detail provided

1205 W Andrews Ave 252-226-6475

6-18-19 A 93 3 04091011086 CHINA KING

383 Raleigh Road 226 JiXian Zheng

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets

433-8088 6-18-19 A

GATE CITY FOODS 601 W Andrews Ave 196 R D Robertson

492-6903 6-19-19 A

No additional detail provided

04091020091 CLARK'S GROCERY 2064 Vicksboro Rd

6-19-19 A 96 2
Tagged Passions:grocery

04091020064 CRUIZER'S 240 800 Dabney Drive

014 Holmes Oil Company 438-2433 6-19-19 A 98 2
Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil

04091010174 HAUTRE'S BEST BET 1307 E Andrews Ave 206 Ahmed Hauter


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