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GOLDSBORO CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 2019 (Please turn off, or silence, all cellphones upon entering the Council Chambers) I. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA II. WORK SESSION 5:00 P.M. CITY HALL ADDITION, 200 N. CENTER ST., ROOM 206

OLD BUSINESS a. Health Department Allocation Request to Combat Opioid Abuse (Mayor) b. Replacing Council Member-District 3 (City Attorney/Mayor) c. Golf Course Maintenance Equipment Discussion (Parks and Recreation)*Attachment Included NEW BUSINESS
Tagged Passions:health, business, equipment, legal, parks, opioid abuse, golf, and recreation

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CALL TO ORDER 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 214 N. CENTER ST. Invocation (Archbishop Anthony Slater, Tehillah Church Ministries) Pledge of Allegiance

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ROLL CALL V. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (*Motion/Second)

A.1 Minutes of the Work Session and Regular Meeting of June 3, 2019 A.2 Minutes of Recessed Meeting of June 6, 2019

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PRESENTATIONS B. Resolution Expressing Appreciation for Services Rendered by Edward Lutz as an Employee

of the City of Goldsboro for More Than 30 Years C. Opioid Use Disorder Awareness Week Proclamation

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PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD (TIME LIMIT OF 3 MINUTES PER SPEAKER) VIII. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS (*Motion/Second Roll Call)

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Purchase Order Rollover FY19 to FY20 Operating Budget Amendment (Finance) E. Accept or Reject Initial Bid and Authorize Finance to Advertise for Upset Bids for Surplus

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Real Property (Finance) F. Authorize final sale on surplus real property 501 Dail Street (Finance) G. City of Goldsboro Personnel Policy Revision Anti-Harassment Policy (Human Resources) H. Change Order - Phase IV Sewer Collection Rehabilitation Formal Bid No. 2018-004

(Engineering) I. Kingdom Festival and BBQ Cook-off -Temporary Street Closing Request (Police) J. DGDC Annual Dinner-Temporary Street Closing (Police) K. Departmental Monthly Reports
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ITEMS REQUIRING INDIVIDUAL ACTION (*Motion/Second) X. CITY MANAGER S REPORT XI. MAYOR AND COUNCILMEMBERS REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

GOLDSBORO CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 2019

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G@LDSBORS BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR

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(Please turn off, or silence, all cellphones upon entering the Council Chambers)

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ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

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WORK SESSION-5:OO P.M. - CITY HALL ADDITION, 200 N. CENTER ST., ROOM 206 OLD BUSINESS a. Health Department Allocation Request to Combat Opioid Abuse (Mayor) b. Replacing Council Member-District 3 (City Attorney/Mayor) c. Golf Course Maintenance Equipment Discussion (Parks and Recreation)*Attachment1ncluded

NEW BUSINESS

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CALL TO ORDER - 7:00 P.M. - COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 214 N. CENTER ST. Invocation (Archbishop Anthony Slater, Tehillah Church Ministries) Pledge of Allegiance

ROLL CALL
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APPROVAL OF MINUTES (*M0tion/Second) A.l Minutes of the Work Session and Regular Meeting of June 3, 2019 A.2 Minutes of Recessed Meeting of June 6, 2019

PRESENTATIONS B. Resolution Expressing Appreciation for Services Rendered by Edward Lutz as an Employee

of the City of Goldsboro for More Than 30 Years C. Opioid Use Disorder Awareness Week Proclamation

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PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD (TIME LIMIT OF 3 MINUTES PER SPEAKER)

CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS (*M0tion/Second--R011 call) D.

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Purchase Order Rollover FY19 to FY20 Operating Budget Amendment (Finance) Accept or Reject Initial Bid and Authorize Finance to Advertise for Upset Bids for Surplus Real Property (Finance) Authorize final sale on surplus real property 501 Dail Street (Finance) City of Goldsboro Personnel Policy Revision - Anti-Harassment Policy (Human Resources) Change Order - Phase IV Sewer Collection Rehabilitation Formal Bid No. 2018-004 (Engineering) Kingdom Festival and BBQ Cook-off -Temporary Street Closing Request (Police) DGDC Annual Dinner-Temporary Street Closing (Police) Departmental Monthly Reports

ITEMS REQUIRING INDIVIDUAL ACTION (*M0tion/Second)

CITY MANAGER'S REPORT
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MAYOR AND COUNCILMEMBERS' REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

www.goldsboronc.gov

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Resolution Commending and Expressing Appreciation to Mark Stevens for Serving as a Goldsboro City Councilmember for Four Years

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Resolution Commending and Expressing Appreciation to Mark Stevens for Serving as a Goldsboro City Councilmember for Four Years

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CLOSED SESSION

ADJOURN www.goldsboronc.gov Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course Maintenance Equipment Lease
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City of Goldsboro has a lease for maintenance equipment used at Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course

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This 59 month lease has concluded Equipment lease cost was for 3,901.77/month plus tax; that equates to 46,821.24/year

Equipment lease was for seven (7) pieces of equipment; one of which the City of Goldsboro is interested in purchasing (Approved in FY19 20 P R Budget to purchase this piece of equipment to assist with cutting Ballfields, Bryan MSCX, etc.) ws Item c GOLDSBORC ws Item c GALDSBORe BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course Maintenance Equipment Lease
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' City of Goldsboro has a lease for maintenance equipment used at Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course

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This 59 month lease has concluded

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Equipment lease cost was for 3,901.77/month plus tax; that equates to 46,821.24/year

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' Equipment lease was for seven (7) pieces of equipment; one of which the City of Goldsboro is interested in purchasing

(Approved in FY19-20 P R Budget to purchase this piece of equipment to assist with cutting Ballfields, Bryan MSCX, etc.)
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Why is this equipment important:

Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course is the host course for several tournaments, collegiate practices, high school practices and play There is a need to continue using these types of equipment to maintain the current level of service These pieces of equipment are responsible for cutting the greens, the fairway, the rough, the driving range and thick vegetation (including small trees and shrubs) No one piece of equipment can do all of these things GOLDSBORe BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR
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Why is this equipment important:

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' Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course is the host course for several tournaments, collegiate practices, high school practices and play

There is a need to continue using these types of equipment to maintain the current level of service
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' These pieces of equipment are responsible for cutting the greens, the fairway, the rough, the driving range and thick vegetation (including small trees and shrubs)

No one piece of equipment can do all of these things What are our options: Purchase new equipment (6 pieces) = 283,222.92 plus tax Purchase old equipment (7 pieces) = 105,000.00 plus tax 2 Yr Lease on old equipment (7 pieces), with City of Goldsboro owning equipment at end of lease = 4,673.86/month plus tax Lease new equipment (6 pieces) = 4,755.59/month plus tax OR 54,705.45 annually plus tax Staff recommendation: Lease new equipment with annual payment option GOLDSBORe BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR What are our options:

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' Purchase new equipment (6 pieces) =

Purchase old equipment (7 pieces) GOLDSBORe BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR 283,222.92 plus tax 105,000.00 plus tax
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Yr Lease on old equipment (7 pieces), with City of Goldsboro owning equipment at end of lease

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' Lease new equipment (6 pieces)

4,673.86/month plus tax 4,755.59/month plus tax OR 54,705.45 annually plus tax ' Staff recommendation: Lease new equipment with annual payment option Why do staff support lease option: Cost savings on either purchasing or leasing the current equipment will be lost with continued and increased maintenance costs
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These maintenance costs were not budgeted as funds were approved to lease new equipment

Funds were not approved to buy new or current equipment Savings of 10,000 leasing new equipment with annual payment option instead of purchasing new equipment GOLDSBORe BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Why do staff support lease option: GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR
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' Cost savings on either purchasing or leasing the current equipment will be lost with continued and increased maintenance costs

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These maintenance costs were not budgeted as funds were approved to lease new equipment

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' Funds were not approved to buy new or current equipment

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' Savings of 10,000 leasing new equipment with annual payment option instead of purchasing new equipment

Questions? GOLDSBORe BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Questions? GOLDSBORe BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Greensmaster 3150 (2) Used to cut the greens; runs every day Reelmaster 5510 (2) Used to cut the fairway (fairway mowers); each mower runs at least 3 days/week Groundsmaster 4500 Used to cut the rough at the Golf Course; runs at least 3 days/week. Mower is also used to cut the Driving Range runs a minimum of an additional half day for this Groundsmaster 3280 Used to cut the rough, thick vegetation including small trees and bushes. Runs all week Groundsmaster 3500 Used to help cut the rough** GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR

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' Greensmaster 3150 (2) Used to cut the greens; runs every day

Reelmaster 5510 (2) Used to cut the fairway (fairway mowers); each mower runs at least 3 days/week Groundsmaster 4500 Used to cut the rough at the Golf Course; runs at least 3 days/week. Mower is also used to cut the Driving Range runs a minimum of an additional half day for this Groundsmaster 3280 Used to cut the rough, thick vegetation including small trees and bushes. Runs all week Groundsmaster 3500 Used to help cut the rough* * Greensmaster 3150 used to cut the greens Reelmaster 5510 used to cut the fairway Groundsmaster 4500 used to cut the rough and Driving Range GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Greensmaster 3150 used to cut the greens Reelmaster 5510 used to cut the fairway GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Groundsmaster 4500 used to cut the rough and Driving Range Groundsmaster 3280 used to cut rough, thick vegetation (small trees, shrubs) Groundsmaster 3500 approved to purchase in FY19 20 P R Budget GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Groundsmaster 3280 used to

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cut rough, thick vegetation (small

trees, shrubs) GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Groundsmaster 3500 approved to purchase in FY19-20 P R Budget Greensmaster 3150 1734.3 hours Greensmaster 3150 3119.1 hours Reelmaster 5510 1151.0 hours Reelmaster 5510 977.0 hours Groundsmaster 4500 2193.7 hours Groundsmaster 3280 711.0 hours Groundsmaster 3500 234.0 hours* *Approved in FY19 20 P R Budget to purchase this piece of equipment to assist with cutting Ballfields, Bryan Multi Sports Complex, etc. GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR Greensmaster 3150
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' Greensmaster 3150

Reelmaster 5510 Reelmaster 5510

' Groundsmaster 4500

' Groundsmaster 3280

Groundsmaster 3500 GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR 1734.3 hours 3119.1 hours 1151.0 hours 977.0 hours 2193.7 hours 711.0 hours 234.0 hours* *Approved in FY19-20 P R Budget to purchase this piece of equipment to assist with cutting Ballfields, Bryan Multi-Sports Complex, etc. 1000 hours on this equipment is similar to 100,000 miles on a car Once equipment gets 10 12 years old, there is more difficulty finding parts for it Money is already in our FY19 20 Golf Municipal Golf Course Budget for equipment lease GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR GOLDSBORC BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR
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' 1000 hours on this equipment is similar to 100,000 miles on a car

Once equipment gets 10-12 years old, there is more difficulty finding parts for it Money is already in our FY19-20 Golf Municipal Golf Course Budget for equipment lease
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MINUTES OF MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL HELD JUNE 3, 2019

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WORK SESSION The Mayor and City Council of the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina, met in a

Work Session in the Large Conference Room, City Hall Addition, 200 North Center Street, at 5:00 p.m. on June 3, 2019 with attendance as follows:

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Present: Mayor Chuck Allen, Presiding Mayor Pro Tem Bill Broadaway Councilmember Antonio Williams Councilmember Mark Stevens Councilmember Bevan Foster Councilmember David Ham Councilmember Gene Aycock Ron Lawrence, Attorney Tim Salmon, City Manager Randy Guthrie, Assistant City Manager Melissa Capps, City Clerk LaToya Henry, Public Information Officer Octavius Murphy, Assistant to the City Manager Jennifer Collins, Planning Director Scott Williams, IT Director Felicia Brown, Interim P R Director Mike Wagner, Deputy Public Works Director Utilities Rick Fletcher, Public Works Director Joe Dixon, Fire Chief Julie Metz, DGDC Director Bernadette Dove, HR Director Shycole Simpson-Carter, Community Relations Director Catherine Gwynn, Finance Director Andrea Thompson, Assistant Finance Director Allen Anderson, Chief Building Inspector Ken Conners, News Director Curtis Media Group East Ken Fine, Citizen Eddie Fitzgerald, News Argus Reporter Keyon Carter, Citizen Lonnie Casey, Citizen Bobby Mathis, Citizen Della Mathis, Citizen Alicia Pierce, Citizen Yvonnia Moore, Citizen Carl Martin, Citizen Constance Coram, Citizen Sylvia Barnes, Citizen Ravonda Jacobs, Citizen DR Halliday, Citizen Mario White, Attorney

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Call to Order. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Allen at 5:00 p.m. Adoption of the Agenda. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway made a motion to adopt

the agenda. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Stevens. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2. Closed Session Held. Upon motion of Councilmember Aycock, seconded by Councilmember Ham and unanimously carried, Council convened into Closed Session to discuss a personnel matter. Item A-1 Item A-I
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MINUTES OF MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL HELD JUNE 3, 2019

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WORK SESSION

The Mayor and City Council of the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina, met in a Work Session in the Large Conference Room, City Hall Addition, 200 North Center Street, at 5:00 p.m. on June 3, 2019 with attendance as follows:

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Present: Mayor Chuck Allen, Presiding Mayor Pro Tem Bill Broadaway Councilmember Antonio Williams Councilmember Mark Stevens Councilmember Bevan Foster Councilmember David Ham Councilmember Gene Aycock Ron Lawrence, Attorney Tim Salmon, City Manager Randy Guthrie, Assistant City Manager Melissa Capps, City Clerk LaToya Henry, Public Information Officer Octavius Murphy, Assistant to the City Manager Jennifer Collins, Planning Director Scott Williams, IT Director Felicia Brown, Interim P R Director Mike Wagner, Deputy Public Works Director Utilities Rick Fletcher, Public Works Director Joe Dixon, Fire Chief Julie Metz, DGDC Director Bernadette Dove, HR Director Shycole Simpson-Carter, Community Relations Director Catherine Gwynn, Finance Director Andrea Thompson, Assistant Finance Director Allen Anderson, Chief Building Inspector Ken Conners, News Director Curtis Media Group East Ken Fine, Citizen Eddie Fitzgerald, News Argus Reporter Keyon Carter, Citizen Lonnie Casey, Citizen Bobby Mathis, Citizen Della Mathis, Citizen Alicia Pierce, Citizen

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Yvonnia Moore, Citizen Carl Martin, Citizen Constance Coram, Citizen

Sylvia Barnes, Citizen Ravonda Jacobs, Citizen DR Halliday, Citizen Mario White, Attorney

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Call to Order. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Allen at 5:00 p.m.

Adoption of the Agenda. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway made a motion to adopt the agenda. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Stevens. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2.

Closed Session Held. Upon motion of Councilmember Aycock, seconded by Councilmember Ham and unanimously carried, Council convened into Closed Session to discuss a personnel matter.
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Council came out of Closed Session. Councilmember Foster stated we were supposed to discuss summer meals. Mayor Allen shared information was sent out in the updates. Councilmember Foster stated we are supposed to talk about it here. Censure Hearing Procedure Discussion. Attorney Lawrence stated last week we sent out a proposed resolution and procedures with regards to the censure procedure. At this point I would suggest you adopt a resolution that sets forth some procedural rules.
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Councilmember Williams stated he would like to submit for the record censure hearing rules of procedure I got from another city, a copy of the handout is available in the Clerk s office.

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Attorney Lawrence stated I did. In 160A-80, allows the City Council to subpoena witnesses and if they do not appear you can go to court and have the court compel them to appear, or find them in contempt, so it has the power to have people to appear, what they decide to testify to, you have to wait to see what they say.

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Councilmember Williams handed Attorney White a copy of the documents and asked him to review and stated tell me what you think. Attorney White stated the only issue I have, who will determine whether or not it is a legitimate claim of the fifth.

Councilmember Foster stated according to this the Mayor is basically acting as a judge. From me being on this Council, he shows a lot of biasness when it comes to this case. So with that, if someone does plea the fifth he could automatically say, if he is the one with the power to do that, let it go. Discussion continued. Councilmember Williams shared information regarding the information he submitted in regards to selecting a citizen committee and others to make sure it is fair, doing otherwise is a violation of my due process.
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Councilmember Stevens shared concerns regarding the process of acting as judge and jury. Councilmember Stevens suggested letting the court figure out.

Discussion continued. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway made a motion to adopt the Resolution enacting procedures for a censure hearing. Councilmember Aycock seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2. RESOLUTION NO. 2019-45 RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF GOLDSBORO ENACTING PROCEDURES OF CENSURE HEARINGS

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Mayor Allen stated if you or your attorney or the Council reads this and we want to add to this, this thing is not until July, we have time to change it.

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Councilmember Williams stated this procedures seems to be based on the fact that I am going through the censure process that in itself is illegal, we should have had something

Council came out of Closed Session. Councilmember Foster stated we were supposed to discuss summer meals. Mayor Allen shared information was sent out in the updates. Councilmember Foster stated we are supposed to talk about it here. Censure Hearing Procedure Discussion. Attorney Lawrence stated last week we sent out a proposed resolution and procedures with regards to the censure procedure. At this point I would suggest you adopt a resolution that sets forth some procedural rules.

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Councilmember Williams stated he would like to submit for the record censure hearing rules of procedure I got from another city, a copy of the handout is available in the Clerk's office.

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Attorney Lawrence stated I did. In 160A-80, allows the City Council to subpoena witnesses and if they do not appear you can go to court and have the court compel them to appear, or find them in contempt, so it has the power to have people to appear, what they decide to testify to, you have to wait to see what they say.

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Councilmember Williams handed Attorney White a copy of the documents and asked him to review and stated tell me what you think. Attorney White stated the only issue I have, who will determine whether or not it is a legitimate claim of the fifth.

Councilmember Foster stated according to this the Mayor is basically acting as a judge. From me being on this Council, he shows a lot of biasness when it comes to this case. So with that, if someone does plea the fifth he could automatically say, if he is the one with the power to do that, let it go. Discussion continued. Councilmember Williams shared information regarding the information he submitted in regards to selecting a citizen committee and others to make sure it is fair, doing otherwise is a violation of my due process.
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Councilmember Stevens shared concerns regarding the process of acting as judge and jury. Councilmember Stevens suggested letting the court figure out.

Discussion continued. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway made a motion to adopt the Resolution enacting procedures for a censure hearing. Councilmember Aycock seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2. RESOLUTION NO. 2019-45 RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF GOLDSBORO ENACTING PROCEDURES OF CENSURE HEARINGS

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Mayor Allen stated if you or your attorney or the Council reads this and we want to add to this, this thing is not until July, we have time to change it.

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Councilmember Williams stated this procedures seems to be based on the fact that I am going through the censure process that in itself is illegal, we should have had something

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on record months ago, I just want to put that on record, it is illegal, you are breaking rules, and you are breaking rules of ethics. Councilmember Ham made a motion to adopt Exhibit A Censure Hearing Rules of Procedure as part of the Resolution. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2.
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Mayor Allen stated in full transparency during closed session it was discussed getting it out there, releasing the report, the employee has signed and agreed to the release. Mayor Allen asked Attorney Lawrence to share what is required to release the confidential information.

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Attorney Lawrence stated if it is a part of a personnel file, the person that would be the complainant if something was released would be the personnel or the employee. If the employee authorizes the release of that personnel information, then they can authorize the release to any person that they choose to authorize the release to. In this situation, the employee consulted with her own attorney, her attorney consulted with me, he drafted a final release authorization for his client to sign, she signed that authorization and that authorization does require that any other employee names be redacted. There are procedures in the statutes with regards to the city council can release information if they feel it is necessary for productive business. My recommendation was that if this Council was going to release this report, that one I felt like obviously an authorization was needed, in addition to that, I felt as though the Council should decide amongst themselves which would be pursuant to a motion and a vote that the report is necessary for conducting the business of the Council as it moves forward, if it was going to move forward in the censure proceedings.

Councilmember Williams asked how he would subpoena these individuals if the names are redacted. Attorney Lawrence stated you read the report in Closed Session. Councilmember Williams stated I did not get a chance to thoroughly read it. Attorney Lawrence stated I think we can work though that issue, as far as witnesses are concerned, I can get with Mr. White, we can work through that particular subject, if he is going to be the one that will be representing you through those procedures. Councilmember Stevens made a motion to release the report with the names redacted as discussed. Councilmember Aycock seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2. Attorney Lawrence stated redactions will need to be made throughout the report and exhibits as well. If you would like to make a public records request, you can contact the city clerk. Councilmember Williams asked shouldn t the report have been available in the clerk s office as soon as the censure procedures began. The city clerk should have had it available to the public. Attorney Lawrence stated I disagree with that, if you recall, the opinion was it was part of the personnel file. Councilmember Williams stated according to the model code of ethics it should have been there, we are taking backward steps, it is unfair to the public, it is a crime, it is a conspiracy. Boards and Commissions Discussion. Council reviewed vacancies on the Mayor s Committee for Persons with Disabilities and the Goldsboro Tourism Council. The Mayor s Committee for Persons with Disabilities has received five applications and at this time the committee has put forth no recommendations. The Goldsboro Tourism Council recommends Edward Davis (hotelier) to fill the term of Jennifer Wicks and the appointment of Diane Belmont to fill the term of Eddie Edwards. Councilmember Stevens stated Ms. Judith Gray has expressed interest for a number of years to be a part of the Tourism Council. Ms. Ashlin Glatthar shared Ms. Gray is on record months ago, I just want to put that on record, it is illegal, you are breaking rules, and you are breaking rules of ethics. Councilmember Ham made a motion to adopt Exhibit A Censure Hearing Rules of Procedure as part of the Resolution. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2.
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Mayor Allen stated in full transparency during closed session it was discussed getting it out there, releasing the report, the employee has signed and agreed to the release. Mayor Allen asked Attorney Lawrence to share what is required to release the confidential information.

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Attorney Lawrence stated if it is a part of a personnel file, the person that would be the complainant if something was released would be the personnel or the employee. Ifthe employee authorizes the release of that personnel information, then they can authorize the release to any person that they choose to authorize the release to. In this situation, the employee consulted with her own attorney, her attorney consulted with me, he drafted a final release authorization for his client to sign, she signed that authorization and that authorization does require that any other employee names be redacted. There are procedures in the statutes with regards to the city council can release information if they feel it is necessary for productive business. My recommendation was that if this Council was going to release this report, that one I felt like obviously an authorization was needed, in addition to that, I felt as though the Council should decide amongst themselves which would be pursuant to a motion and a vote that the report is necessary for conducting the business of the Council as it moves forward, if it was going to move forward in the censure proceedings.

Councilmember Williams asked how he would subpoena these individuals if the names are redacted. Attorney Lawrence stated you read the report in Closed Session. Councilmember Williams stated I did not get a chance to thoroughly read it. Attorney Lawrence stated I think we can work though that issue, as far as witnesses are concerned, I can get with Mr. White, we can work through that particular subject, if he is going to be the one that will be representing you through those procedures. Councilmember Stevens made a motion to release the report with the names redacted as discussed. Councilmember Aycock seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2. Attorney Lawrence stated redactions will need to be made throughout the report and exhibits as well. If you would like to make a public records request, you can contact the city clerk.
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Councilmember Williams asked shouldn't the report have been available in the clerk's office as soon as the censure procedures began. The city clerk should have had it available to the public. Attorney Lawrence stated I disagree with that, if you recall, the opinion was it was part of the personnel file. Councilmember Williams stated according to the model code of ethics it should have been there, we are taking backward steps, it is unfair to the public, it is a crime, it is a conspiracy.

Boards and Commissions Discussion. Council reviewed vacancies on the Mayor's Committee for Persons with Disabilities and the Goldsboro Tourism Council. The Mayor's Committee for Persons with Disabilities has received five applications and at this time the committee has put forth no recommendations. The Goldsboro Tourism Council recommends Edward Davis (hotelier) to fill the term of Jennifer Wicks and the appointment of Diane Belmont to fill the term of Eddie Edwards. Councilmember Stevens stated Ms. Judith Gray has expressed interest for a number of years to be a part of the Tourism Council. Ms. Ashlin Glatthar shared Ms. Gray is

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serving on the County s Tourism Board. Council agreed on the appointments and staff will bring back a resolution at the next meeting.

Scheduling a Budget Work Session. Council discussed potential dates and time for a budget meeting. Council consensus was Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Consent Agenda Review. Each item on the Consent Agenda was reviewed. Additional discussion included the following:
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Item M. Contract Award for Phase II of the Design-Build Services for the

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Construction of Center Street Streetscape Phase III Project. Councilmembers Foster and Williams expressed concerns using CDBG funds to support costs associated with the public restroom facilities and the community splash pad in the amount of 250,000.

Upon motion of Councilmember Foster, seconded by Councilmember Aycock and unanimously carried, Council pulled Item M. Contract Award for Phase II of the Design- Build Services for the Construction of Center Street Streetscape Phase III Project from the Consent Agenda and deferred for two weeks. Item S. Addition to the City of Goldsboro Code of Ordinances Pertaining to Golf Carts in the City. Councilmember Foster expressed safety concerns with allowing golf carts. Council discussed the ordinance. Councilmember Stevens made a motion to rethink, reword the ordinance, we come back with something else. Councilmember Foster seconded the motion.
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Councilmember Aycock stated we have walking and bicycle trails, how many people get killed every year in bicycle accidents or pedestrians. Discussion continued.

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Mayor Allen called for a vote. Councilmembers Stevens, Williams and Foster voted in favor of the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Ham and Aycock voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion failed.

Mayor Allen asked if we could change the age from 18 to 16, any licensed driver. Councilmember Aycock made a motion to change the age from 18 to 16. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Ham. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens*, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2.

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*Councilmember Stevens did not vote in favor of or against the motion, therefore his vote counted as an affirmative vote.

Item V. Goldsboro-Wayne County Feature Story on Season 3 of the History Channel s Show, It s How You Get There. Ms. Ashlin Glatthar shared the following information:

About the Show History Channel Show Is pitched as a sort Americana via road trip show that features interesting vehicles, restaurants, and roads Rated 2 on Sunday night primetime Going on third season Success of seasons 1 2 led to reruns on FYI Channel and Amazon Prime now streams both seasons Show appeals to travel, thrill, and transportation enthusiasts by following three
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friends who travel around the country using exciting modes of transportation that ultimately highlight interesting destinations and hidden gems

Why Goldsboro?

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Producers haven t explored eastern NC as a fit for their show.

serving on the County's Tourism Board. Council agreed on the appointments and staff will bring back a resolution at the next meeting.

Scheduling a Budget Work Session. Council discussed potential dates and time for a budget meeting. Council consensus was Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Consent Agenda Review. Each item on the Consent Agenda was reviewed. Additional discussion included the following:
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Item M. Contract Award for Phase II of the Design-Build Services for the Construction of Center Street Streetscape Phase Ill Project. Councilmembers Foster and Williams expressed concerns using CDBG funds to support costs associated with the public restroom facilities and the community splash pad in the amount of 250,000.

Upon motion of Councilmember Foster, seconded by Councilmember Aycock and unanimously carried, Council pulled Item M. Contract Award for Phase II of the Design- Build Services for the Construction of Center Street Streetscape Phase Ill Project from the Consent Agenda and deferred for two weeks. Item S. Addition to the City of Goldsboro Code of Ordinances Pertaining to Golf Carts in the City. Councilmember Foster expressed safety concerns with allowing golf carts. Council discussed the ordinance. Councilmember Stevens made a motion to rethink, reword the ordinance, we come back with something else. Councilmember Foster seconded the motion.
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Councilmember Aycock stated we have walking and bicycle trails, how many people get killed every year in bicycle accidents or pedestrians. Discussion continued.

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Mayor Allen called for a vote. Councilmembers Stevens, Williams and Foster voted in favor of the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Ham and Aycock voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion failed.

Mayor Allen asked if we could change the age from 18 to 16, any licensed driver. Councilmember Aycock made a motion to change the age from 18 to 16. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Ham. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens* , Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2.

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*Councilmember Stevens did not vote in favor of or against the motion, therefore his vote counted as an affirmative vote.

Item V. Goldsboro-Wayne County Feature Story on Season 3 of the History Channel's Show, It's How You Get There. Ms. Ashlin Glatthar shared the following information:

About the Show History Channel Show Is pitched as a sort Americana via road trip show that features interesting vehicles, restaurants, and roads Rated 2 on Sunday night primetime Going on third season Success of seasons I 2 led to reruns on FYI Channel and Amazon Prime now streams both seasons Show appeals to travel, thrill, and transportation enthusiasts by following three friends who travel around the country using exciting modes of transportation that ultimately highlight interesting destinations and hidden gems Why Goldsboro? Producers haven't explored eastern NC as a fit for their show.
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On the map, Goldsboro is the geographic heart of ENC, so they gave us a call to learn more about us. Potential Storyboard After our initial call, the storyboard that peaked the producer s interest involved featuring daytime activities at Busco Beach ATV Park and Seymour Johnson AFB, such as public tours and witnessing some airpower, followed by nightlife and places to kick back and relax after an exciting day. The producers also asked if we have a defined food scene that we encourage people to check out before leaving town. Our BBQ scene is established and well-known in our area, and they really liked the sound of that not having featured BBQ yet on their show. The Opportunity Attracts national attention to Goldsboro Enhances Goldsboro s image and builds local pride Reruns on FYI Channel and streaming on Amazon Prime Goldsboro will own rights to the full episode Goldsboro will own rights to a b-roll to use for future video creation Own rights to use the logos for History Channel, FYI, and Amazon Prime for marketing purposes, such as As seen on or Featured on Time

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Producers will work closely with the City to develop storyline. Phone meetings possible 1-2x/month leading up to filming. Filming lasts 2-3 days bringing in 10-12 people for crew and talent. Filming will occur sometime between June October.

Budget There is a 40,000 production fee to cover the logistics of film and the right to logos, b- roll, episode itself. Funding Options Tourism Fund Balance: 30,000 Downtown Fund Balance: 10,000 Total: 40,000 Investment Perspective Testimonial Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance was featured in an episode. So what exactly does Kentucky Farm Bureau have to do with any of this? Quite simply, it was a unique marketing opportunity that the company couldn't pass up. The producer of the show called us and explained that they were going to be in Kentucky and were looking for a local insurance company to write into the script, said Dan Smaldone, Director of Communications at KFB Insurance. The value for us was immeasurable from an advertising and marketing perspective. Through our involvement in the show, we were able to help tell the story of why insurance is important. This was a unique way to positively represent our brand and state not only within Kentucky's borders, but across the entire U.S. as well.
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Councilmember Stevens expressed concerns regarding the costs. Council discussed. Councilmember Broadaway stated he felt like it was a good investment. Councilmember Williams stated my concern is we are trying to feed the kids for the summer if we can allocate 40,000 we can allocate 10,000, 20,000 or 30,000 for the kids. Ms. Ashlin Glatthar stated these are occupancy tax funds which are legislatively earmarked for opportunities like this, I cannot use it for anything outside of its realm, purpose of occupancy tax.

Councilmember Aycock made a motion to approve the appropriation of 40,000 for the production fee. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway and Councilmember Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmember Williams, Stevens, Foster and Ham voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion failed 3:4. On the map, Goldsboro is the geographic heart of ENC, so they gave us a call to learn more about us. Potential Storyboard After our initial call, the storyboard that peaked the producer's interest involved featuring daytime activities at Busco Beach ATV Park and Seymour Johnson AFB, such as public tours and witnessing some airpower, followed by nightlife and places to kick back and relax after an exciting day. The producers also asked if we have a defined food scene that we encourage people to check out before leaving town. Our BBQ scene is established and well-known in our area, and they really liked the sound of that not having featured BBQ yet on their show. The Opportunity Attracts national attention to Goldsboro Enhances Goldsboro's image and builds local pride Reruns on FYI Channel and streaming on Amazon Prime Goldsboro will own rights to the full episode Goldsboro will own rights to a b-roll to use for future video creation Own rights to use the logos for History Channel, FYI, and Amazon Prime for marketing purposes, such as As seen on or Featured on Time Producers will work closely with the City to develop storyline. Phone meetings possible I-2x/month leading up to filming. Filming lasts 2-3 days bringing in IO- 12 people for crew and talent. Filming will occur sometime between June October. Budget There is a 40,000 production fee to cover the logistics of film and the right to logos, b- roll, episode itself. Funding Options Tourism Fund Balance: Downtown Fund Balance: Total: Investment Perspective Testimonial 30,000 10 ooo 40,000 Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance was featured in an episode. So what exactly does Kentucky Farm Bureau have to do with any of this? Quite simply, it was a unique marketing opportunity that the company couldn't pass up. The producer of the show called us and explained that they were going to be in Kentucky and were looking for a local insurance company to write into the script, said Dan Smaldone, Director of Communications at KFB Insurance. The value for us was immeasurable from an advertising and marketing perspective. Through our involvement in the show, we were able to help tell the story of why insurance is important. This was a unique way to positively represent our brand and state not only within Kentucky's borders, but across the entire U.S. as well.

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Councilmember Stevens expressed concerns regarding the costs. Council discussed. Councilmember Broadaway stated he felt like it was a good investment. Councilmember Williams stated my concern is we are trying to feed the kids for the summer if we can allocate 40,000 we can allocate 10,000, 20,000 or 30,000 for the kids. Ms. Ashlin Glatthar stated these are occupancy tax funds which are legislatively earmarked for opportunities like this, I cannot use it for anything outside of its realm, purpose of occupancy tax.

Councilmember Aycock made a motion to approve the appropriation of 40,000 for the production fee. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway and Councilmember Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmember Williams, Stevens, Foster and Ham voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion failed 3:4.

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There being no further business, the meeting recessed until the 7:00 p.m. meeting. CITY COUNCIL MEETING
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The Mayor and Council of the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina, met in regular session in Council Chambers, City Hall, 214 North Center Street, at 7:00 p.m. on June 3, 2019 with attendance as follows:

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Present: Mayor Chuck Allen, Presiding Mayor Pro Tem Bill Broadaway

Councilmember Antonio Williams Councilmember Mark Stevens Councilmember Bevan Foster Councilmember David Ham Councilmember Gene Aycock The meeting was called to order by Mayor Allen at 7:00 p.m. Pastor Marvin Alexander with New Spirit Church provided the invocation. The
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Pledge to the Flag followed.

Approval of Minutes. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway made a motion to approve the

Minutes of the Work Session and Regular Meeting of April 15, 2019 as submitted. The motion was by Councilmember Aycock. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2.

Mayor s Youth Council Senior Presentations. Ms. Felecia Williams shared

they have 22 graduating seniors this year. Ms. Williams stated they have been a very impressive group of young people. We had representation from each of the local high schools, with the exception of Spring Creek High School. We have been very active in the community. I think the seniors will agree, the most rewarding service has been partnering with the local Salvation Army to provide Hurricane Florence Relief. I would like to thank all the parents for their support and would ask if they are here to stand when your child s name is called. The following seniors were recognized: Abigail Bauguess Isaiah Williams Jacob Hinson Nathaly Audelo Colin Williams Kasey Jones Enijah Pace Kali Kasulis Aanyah Sykes Mayor Allen congratulated the seniors and encouraged them to continue their education.
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MPI Community Mentoring Program. Pastor Marvin Alexander shared information regarding the MPI Community Mentoring Program and Wayne County Reentry Council.

There being no further business, the meeting recessed until the 7:00 p.m. meeting. CITY COUNCIL MEETING
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The Mayor and Council of the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina, met in regular session in Council Chambers, City Hall, 214 North Center Street, at 7:00 p.m. on June 3, 2019 with attendance as follows:

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Present: Mayor Chuck Allen, Presiding Mayor Pro Tem Bill Broadaway Councilmember Antonio Williams Councilmember Mark Stevens Councilmember Bevan Foster Councilmember David Ham Councilmember Gene Aycock

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Allen at 7:00 p.m. Pastor Marvin Alexander with New Spirit Church provided the invocation. The Pledge to the Flag followed.
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Approval of Minutes. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway made a motion to approve the Minutes of the Work Session and Regular Meeting of April 15, 2019 as submitted. The motion was by Councilmember Aycock. Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen stated the motion passed 5:2.

Mayor's Youth Council Senior Presentations. Ms. Felecia Williams shared they have 22 graduating seniors this year. Ms. Williams stated they have been a very impressive group of young people. We had representation from each of the local high schools, with the exception of Spring Creek High School. We have been very active in the community. I think the seniors will agree, the most rewarding service has been
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partnering with the local Salvation Army to provide Hurricane Florence Relief. I would like to thank all the parents for their support and would ask if they are here to stand when your child's name is called.

The following seniors were recognized: Abigail Bauguess Isaiah Williams Jacob Hinson Nathaly Audelo Colin Williams Kasey Jones Enijah Pace Kali Kasulis Aanyah Sykes Mayor Allen congratulated the seniors and encouraged them to continue their education.
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MPI Community Mentoring Program. Pastor Marvin Alexander shared information regarding the MPI Community Mentoring Program and Wayne County Reentry Council.

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Chief Mike West stated MPI is what law enforcement agencies need. Chief West shared information regarding call-ins and spoke in support of the partnership with MPI.

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Ms. Cynthia Sutton with Probation and Parole also spoke in support of MPI. We ask for your continued support.

Pastor Alexander stated we are located at 620 N. Madison Avenue. Pastor Alexander asked Council to consider supporting the MPI Program. Councilmember Stevens stated I would like to make a motion that we add funding for MPI. Mayor Allen stated we are having a budget meeting on Thursday and suggested Council discuss it at that time. National Donut Day Proclamation. Mayor Allen proclaimed Friday, June 7,

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2019 as National Donut Day in the City of Goldsboro and encourage our citizens to enjoy a Friday treat and think of those who are Doing the Most Good for those in the most need each day.

Mayor Allen presented a copy of the Proclamation to Captain Sherry Stokes and Captain Phillip Stokes. Summer Learning Week Proclamation. Mayor Allen proclaimed proclaim July 8-13, 2019 Summer Learning Week in Goldsboro, North Carolina, enthusiastically endorse United Way of Wayne County s READ Wayne Summer Learning Day and recommit our City to engage in programs and activities to make children in Goldsboro the best readers in North Carolina. Mayor Allen presented a copy of the Proclamation to Ms. Anna Snyder with the Wayne County Public Library. Public Hearing on FY 2019-2020 Annual Operating Budget. Public Hearing Held. The North Carolina General Statute 159-12 requires the governing board to conduct a public hearing prior to the adoption of the annual operating budget. Statute further requires that the budget officer file notice of the availability of the budget for public inspection and the date and time of the budget hearing. This was done on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 in the Goldsboro News-Argus and additionally published on the City s website and via social media. Ms. Catherine Gwynn stated a copy of the proposed budget is online, a copy is on file in the clerk s office and at the public library. Ms. Gwynn provided a brief overview of the proposed budget. Ms. Gwynn noted two corrections in the manager s budget message under agencies, Rebuilding Broken Places should be listed at 5,000 and Waynesborough Park at 20,000. Mayor Allen opened the public hearing and the following people spoke:

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Mary Ann Dudley spoke on behalf of the Boys Girls Club. Xavier, a recent Goldsboro High School graduate also spoke on behalf of the Boys and Girls Club. She thanked Council for their support and asked for their continued support.

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Sally Johnson shared concerns regarding the proposed budget which included cellphone stipend, consultant fees, pay study, block party funding, travel and the difference in pricing for pick-up trucks.

Councilmember Foster thanked Ms. Johnson for her comments. Councilmember Foster stated one other thing you should check on is Council feeding themselves.

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Alicia Pierce stated if you can t have a block party that include citizens, then clearly our Mayor and Councilmembers should not be eating off our tax dollars.

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Chief Mike West stated MPI is what law enforcement agencies need. Chief West shared information regarding call-ins and spoke in support of the partnership with MPI.

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Ms. Cynthia Sutton with Probation and Parole also spoke in support of MPI. We ask for your continued support.

Pastor Alexander stated we are located at 620 N. Madison Avenue. Pastor Alexander

asked Council to consider supporting the MPI Program.

Councilmember Stevens stated I would like to make a motion that we add funding for MPI. Mayor Allen stated we are having a budget meeting on Thursday and suggested Council discuss it at that time. National Donut Day Proclamation. Mayor Allen proclaimed Friday, June 7, 2019 as National Donut Day in the City of Goldsboro and encourage our citizens to enjoy a Friday treat and think of those who are Doing the Most Good for those in the most need each day. Mayor Allen presented a copy of the Proclamation to Captain Sherry Stokes and Captain Phillip Stokes. Summer Learning Week Proclamation. Mayor Allen proclaimed proclaim July 8-13, 2019 Summer Learning Week in Goldsboro, North Carolina, enthusiastically endorse United Way of Wayne County's READ Wayne Summer Learning Day and recommit our City to engage in programs and activities to make children in Goldsboro the best readers in North Carolina. Mayor Allen presented a copy of the Proclamation to Ms. Anna Snyder with the Wayne County Public Library. Public Hearing on FY 2019-2020 Annual Operating Budget. Public Hearing Held. The North Carolina General Statute *159-12 requires the governing board to conduct a public hearing prior to the adoption of the annual operating budget. Statute further requires that the budget officer file notice of the availability of the budget for public inspection and the date and time of the budget hearing. This was done on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 in the Goldsboro News-Argus and additionally published on the City's website and via social media. Ms. Catherine Gwynn stated a copy of the proposed budget is online, a copy is on file in the clerk's office and at the public library. Ms. Gwynn provided a brief overview of the proposed budget. Ms. Gwynn noted two corrections in the manager's budget message under agencies, Rebuilding Broken Places should be listed at 5,000 and Waynesborough Park at 20,000. Mayor Allen opened the public hearing and the following people spoke:

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Mary Ann Dudley spoke on behalf of the Boys Girls Club. Xavier, a recent Goldsboro High School graduate also spoke on behalf of the Boys and Girls Club. She thanked Council for their support and asked for their continued support.

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Sally Johnson shared concerns regarding the proposed budget which included cellphone stipend, consultant fees, pay study, block party funding, travel and the difference in pricing for pick-up trucks.

Councilmember Foster thanked Ms. Johnson for her comments. Councilmember Foster stated one other thing you should check on is Council feeding themselves.
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Alicia Pierce stated if you can't have a block party that include citizens, then clearly our Mayor and Councilmembers should not be eating off our tax dollars.

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She shared questions regarding the budget which included honorarium, Mayor s STAR Award, DGDC budget versus Public Works budget.

Mayor Allen shared the Mayor s STAR Award is where he donates his salary back to the City and employees are awarded a stipend for going above and beyond.

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Sharon Williams shared concerns regarding the censuring of Councilmember

Williams. She also asked if the manager and city attorney received the letters she dropped off. She also shared concerns regarding skateboarders downtown.

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Ravonda Jacobs stated please be mindful of spending. She shared concerns regarding spending and encouraged Council to think about their community.

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Mark Colebrook asked Council to consider teacher supplements for schools in the City of Goldsboro.

Councilmember Foster shared he recently sat with the principal at Carver Heights and explained he had proposed teacher supplements but it had been turned down; she couldn t believe it, because the Mayor, Councilmember Broadaway and others go over there, and I tried to explain that is a great photo op.

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Lillian Covington shared concerns regarding the drainage system that runs underneath her and her neighbor s house. The bid that went out to redo the system came back at 400,000 and only 100,000 was budgeted. Please reconsider putting this project back in the budget.

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Councilmember Foster stated I and Councilmember Williams propose infrastructure instead of putting in 11 million gym.

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Adeen George founder of the Community Crisis Center stated she needs a dumpster. She stated she is a non-profit and encouraged Council to come by and visit.

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Georgia Dees spoke on behalf of the Arts Council and stated they would appreciate your financial support.

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Peggy Howell also spoke on behalf of the Arts Council and encouraged Council to come out to the Arts Council to see the wide array of programs that are offered.

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John Barnes spoke on behalf of Rebuilding Broken Places and thanked council for their support. He also requested Council consider funding for the summer food program.

Councilmember Aycock asked that Mr. Barnes let Council know how much it would cost for the summer food program.

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Carl Martin shared concerns regarding the city s debt. Mr. Martin stated there is no money put into infrastructure or street paving. He also shared concerns regarding losses incurred by the Paramount Theatre, the Multi-Sports Complex and the golf course.

No one else spoke and the public hearing was closed. Public Comment Period. Mayor Allen opened the public comment period. The following people spoke:

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Sharon Williams stated get the skateboarders off the streets.

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Taylor Gerren spoke about the Annual Action Plan for the Community

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Block Grant and asked a few questions on where the money is going. He

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She shared questions regarding the budget which included honorarium, Mayor's STAR Award, DGDC budget versus Public Works budget.

Mayor Allen shared the Mayor's STAR Award is where he donates his salary back to the City and employees are awarded a stipend for going above and beyond.

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Sharon Williams shared concerns regarding the censuring of Councilmember Williams. She also asked if the manager and city attorney received the letters she dropped off. She also shared concerns regarding skateboarders downtown.

Ravonda Jacobs stated please be mindful of spending. She shared concerns regarding spending and encouraged Council to think about their community. Mark Colebrook asked Council to consider teacher supplements for schools in the City of Goldsboro. Councilmember Foster shared he recently sat with the principal at Carver Heights and explained he had proposed teacher supplements but it had been turned down; she couldn't believe it, because the Mayor, Councilmember Broadaway and others go over there, and I tried to explain that is a great photo op.
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Lillian Covington shared concerns regarding the drainage system that runs underneath her and her neighbor's house. The bid that went out to redo the system came back at 400,000 and only 100,000 was budgeted. Please reconsider putting this project back in the budget.

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Councilmember Foster stated I and Councilmember Williams propose infrastructure instead of putting in 11 million gym.

Adeen George founder of the Community Crisis Center stated she needs a dumpster. She stated she is a non-profit and encouraged Council to come by and visit.

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Georgia Dees spoke on behalf of the Arts Council and stated they would appreciate your financial support.

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Councilmember Aycock asked that Mr. Barnes let Council know how much it would cost for the summer food program.

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Carl Martin shared concerns regarding the city's debt. Mr. Martin stated there is no money put into infrastructure or street paving. He also shared concerns regarding losses incurred by the Paramount Theatre, the Multi-Sports Complex and the golf course.

No one else spoke and the public hearing was closed. Public Comment Period. Mayor Allen opened the public comment period. The following people spoke:

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Sharon Williams stated get the skateboarders off the streets.

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Taylor Gerren spoke about the Annual Action Plan for the Community Block Grant and asked a few questions on where the money is going. He

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asked Council consider a forensic audit. He asked if any funds were awarded to District 1.

3. Alicia Pierce spoke in support of Councilmember Williams. She also asked what needed to be done, the Mayor has violated two codes to further make sure he gets a hearing for that. Councilmember Foster stated I am happy to make a motion, will it pass. I don t know what outside sources we can call to get someone to come in and look at it but I can look into it.

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Constance Coram stated I think the Mayor needs to be reinvestigated. I think this woman needs to be fired.

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Mayor Allen stated you cannot attack our employees.

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Dr. David Craig stated if you are going to create a policy it should be fair. He shared concerns regarding the golf cart ordinance.

6. Patrick Lechner spoke in support of the MPI Program with Pastor Alexander.

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Myelle Thompson stated I ran for Mayor because I had a heart for the community. In the next election, if you are not doing it for the community, step down.

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Yvonnia Moore stated you all are acting like political thugs. She shared concerns regarding an employee and the report Ms. Bateman did.

9. MaryAnn Stevens spoke in support of the MPI Program and Pastor Alexander.

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Ravonda Jacobs shared concerns regarding the censuring of Councilmember Williams and taking away the voice of District 1.

No one else spoke and the Public Comment Period was closed. Consent Agenda - Approved as Recommended. City Manager, Timothy Salmon, presented the Consent Agenda. All items were considered to be routine and could be enacted simultaneously with one motion and a roll call vote. If a Councilmember so requested, any item(s) could be removed from the Consent Agenda and discussed and considered separately. In that event, the remaining item(s) on the Consent Agenda would be acted on with one motion and roll call vote. City Manager Salmon shared Item M. Contract Award for Phase II of the Design Build Services for the Construction of Center Street Streetscape Phase III Project was removed from the Consent Agenda and Item S. Addition to the City of Goldsboro Code of Ordinances Pertaining to Golf Carts in the City was modified during the work session. Upon motion of Councilmember Stevens, seconded by Councilmember Foster and unanimously carried Item S. Addition to the City of Goldsboro Code of Ordinances Pertaining to Golf Carts in the City was removed from the Consent Agenda and placed under Items Requiring Individual Action. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway moved the items on the Consent Agenda, Items G,H, I, J, K, L, N, O, P, Q, R, T and U be approved as recommended by the Interim City Manager and staff. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Stevens and a roll call vote resulted Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voting in the affirmative. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen declared the Consent Agenda approved as recommended with 5:2 vote. The items on the Consent Agenda were as follows:

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asked Council consider a forensic audit. He asked if any funds were awarded to District l.

Alicia Pierce spoke in support of Councilmember Williams. She also asked what needed to be done, the Mayor has violated two codes to further make sure he gets a hearing for that. Councilmember Foster stated I am happy to make a motion, will it pass. I don't know what outside sources we can call to get someone to come in and look at it but I can look into it.

Tagged Passions:funding, council, hearing, audit, and body art

Constance Coram stated I think the Mayor needs to be reinvestigated. I think this woman needs to be fired.

Mayor Allen stated you cannot attack our employees.

Dr. David Craig stated if you are going to create a policy it should be fair. He shared concerns regarding the golf cart ordinance.

Patrick Lechner spoke in support of the MPI Program with Pastor Alexander. Myelle Thompson stated I ran for Mayor because I had a heart for the community. In the next election, if you are not doing it for the community, step down.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, voting, election, program, policy, and golf

Yvonnia Moore stated you all are acting like political thugs. She shared concerns regarding an employee and the report Ms. Bateman did.

MaryAnn Stevens spoke in support of the MPI Program and Pastor Alexander.
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Ravonda Jacobs shared concerns regarding the censuring of Councilmember Williams and taking away the voice of District I

No one else spoke and the Public Comment Period was closed. Consent Agenda - Approved as Recommended. City Manager, Timothy Salmon, presented the Consent Agenda. All items were considered to be routine and could be enacted simultaneously with one motion and a roll call vote. If a Councilmember so requested, any item(s) could be removed from the Consent Agenda and discussed and considered separately. In that event, the remaining item(s) on the Consent Agenda would be acted on with one motion and roll call vote. City Manager Salmon shared Item M. Contract Award for Phase II of the Design Build Services for the Construction of Center Street Streetscape Phase Ill Project was removed from the Consent Agenda and Item S. Addition to the City of Goldsboro Code of Ordinances Pertaining to Golf Carts in the City was modified during the work session. Upon motion of Councilmember Stevens, seconded by Councilmember Foster and unanimously carried Item S. Addition to the City of Goldsboro Code of Ordinances Pertaining to Golf Carts in the City was removed from the Consent Agenda and placed under Items Requiring Individual Action. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway moved the items on the Consent Agenda, Items G,H, I, J, K, L, N, O, P, Q, R, T and U be approved as recommended by the Interim City Manager and staff. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Stevens and a roll call vote resulted Mayor Allen, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, Councilmembers Stevens, Ham and Aycock voting in the affirmative. Councilmembers Williams and Foster voted against the motion. Mayor Allen declared the Consent Agenda approved as recommended with 5:2 vote. The items on the Consent Agenda were as follows:

Tagged Passions:ordinance, construction, streets, voting, contract, services, events, streetscape, administrator, manager, and golf

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Authorization of sale of real property under G.S. 160A-266, 160A-270(c) (Public auction process). Resolution Adopted. Staff received a request from Wayne County to approve or reject the sale of real property that is jointly owned by both units, and if approved, authorize City staff to execute instruments necessary to transfer ownership. The County has authorized the use of sale by electronic public auction as a means to sell real property. They have utilized GovDeals, an online electronic auction service, which has been in existence since 1999. The following winning bidder has been received by GovDeals. 272 Millers Chapel Rd (Pin 3528444332) Offeror: Elizabeth Gomez Offer: 6,300.00 Tax Value: 19,000.00 Parcel ID: 0020151 The Wayne County Board of Commissioners has approved the transfer of the parcel. The County is now requesting that the City Council either approve or reject the action. This is conducted under General Statute 160A-270(c).
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, council, sale, taxes, Taxes, auction, and property

It was recommended Council approve the sale of 272 Millers Chapel Rd and adopt the following entitled resolution authorizing City staff to execute instruments necessary to transfer ownership. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

RESOLUTION NO. 2019-46 RESOLUTION CONCURRING WITH DISPOSAL OF REAL PROPERTY JOINTLY OWNED WITH WAYNE COUNTY UNDER GENERAL STATUTE 160A-270(c)
Tagged Passions:council, sale, and property

Audit Services for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2018 Amended. Approved. The General Statutes of the State of North Carolina require that the City of Goldsboro undertake an independent audit of its financial records on an annual basis. The official deadline for submission to the Local Government Commission (LGC) is October 31, and can be extended by written request with the LGC. We previously brought a request on March 18th to extend the audit contract through February 28, 2019.

The City requested an extension on its June 30, 2018 audit with the LGC and amended its contract to reflect this time extension until May 17, 2019. The additional extension was resolve the findings in the Single Audit portion of the engagement and allow staff time to prepare a mutually agreeable response to the findings. The entire audit process was delayed due to Hurricane Florence and process changes within Carr, Riggs Ingram which compounded the delay in delivering the audit in a timely fashion.
Tagged Passions:finance, boards and commissions, contract, services, and audit

It is recommended Council amend the contract for the auditing services for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2018 to Carr, Riggs and Ingram, LLC. for its completion date of May 17, 2019. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council, contract, services, and audit

Municipal Ordinance for State Highway System Street. Ordinance Adopted. The N. C. Department of Transportation is seeking to update existing ordinances on SR 1300 (Salem Church Road) and has requested that the City adopt a concurring ordinance.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, transportation, and church

The Department of Transportation has investigated a 45-mph section of roadway located just inside the city limits of Goldsboro on SR 1300 (Salem Church Road) from SR 1304 (North George Street) to approximately 1.051 miles north of North George Street. To enact the new speed limit zone of 40 mph as recommended by NCDOT, the City will need to repeal the current speed limit zone of 45 mph and enact a new ordinance ( 40 mph) for this section of roadway. Due to this section being within the city limits: Repeal 45 MPH Zone for: Salem Church Road (SR 1300) between SR 1304 and 0.30 mile north of SR 1306 Enact 40 MPH Zone for: Salem Church Road (SR 1300) between 0.341 mile north of SR 1304 (North George Street) and 1.392 miles north of SR 1304 (North George Street) City of Goldsboro current ordinances do not include blanket speed limits for NCDOT maintained streets; therefore, the City must adopt an ordinance specific to NCDOT maintained streets within the existing city limits.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, transportation, and church

It is recommended City Council adopt the following entitled ordinance repealing and enacting the speed limits for sections of NCDOT Highway System street located within the existing city limits of Goldsboro. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Authorization of sale of real property under G.S. *160A-266, 160A-270(c) (Public auction process). Resolution Adopted. Staff received a request from Wayne County to approve or reject the sale of real property that is jointly owned by both units, and if approved, authorize City staff to execute instruments necessary to transfer ownership. The County has authorized the use of sale by electronic public auction as a means to sell real property. They have utilized GovDeals, an online electronic auction service, which has been in existence since 1999. The following winning bidder has been received by GovDeals. 272 Millers Chapel Rd (Pin 3528444332) Offeror: Elizabeth Gomez Offer: 6,300.00 Tax Value: 19,000.00 Parcel ID: 0020151 The Wayne County Board of Commissioners has approved the transfer of the parcel. The County is now requesting that the City Council either approve or reject the action. This is conducted under General Statute
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, ordinance, council, streets, sale, taxes, Taxes, auction, and property

It was recommended Council approve the sale of 272 Millers Chapel Rd and adopt the following entitled resolution authorizing City staff to execute instruments necessary to

transfer ownership. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays) RESOLUTION NO. 2019-46 RESOLUTION CONCURRING WITH DISPOSAL OF REAL PROPERTY JOINTLY OWNED WITH WAYNE COUNTY UNDER GENERAL STATUTE 160A-270(c)
Tagged Passions:council, sale, and property

Audit Services for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2018 Amended. Approved. The General Statutes of the State of North Carolina require that the City of Goldsboro undertake an independent audit of its financial records on an annual basis. The official deadline for submission to the Local Government Commission (LGC) is October 3 1, and can be extended by written request with the LGC. We previously brought a request on March 18th to extend the audit contract through February 28, 2019.

The City requested an extension on its June 30, 2018 audit with the LGC and amended its contract to reflect this time extension until May 17, 2019. The additional extension was resolve the findings in the Single Audit portion of the engagement and allow staff time to prepare a mutually agreeable response to the findings. The entire audit process was delayed due to Hurricane Florence and process changes within Carr, Riggs Ingram which compounded the delay in delivering the audit in a timely fashion.
Tagged Passions:finance, boards and commissions, contract, services, and audit

It is recommended Council amend the contract for the auditing services for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2018 to Carr, Riggs and Ingram, LLC. for its completion date of May 17, 2019. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council, contract, services, and audit

Municipal Ordinance for State Highway System Street. Ordinance Adopted. The N. C. Department of Transportation is seeking to update existing ordinances on SR 1300 (Salem Church Road) and has requested that the City adopt a concurring ordinance.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, transportation, and church

The Department of Transportation has investigated a 45-mph section of roadway located just inside the city limits of Goldsboro on SR 1300 (Salem Church Road) from SR 1304 (North George Street) to approximately I .051 miles north of North George Street. To enact the new speed limit zone of 40 mph as recommended by NCDOT, the City will need to repeal the current speed limit zone of 45 mph and enact a new ordinance ( 40 mph) for this section of roadway. Due to this section being within the city limits: Repeal 45 MPH Zone for: Salem Church Road (SR 1300) between SR 1304 and 0.30 mile north of SR 1306 Enact 40 MPH Zone for: Salem Church Road (SR 1300) between 0.341 mile north of SR 1304 (North George Street) and 1.392 miles north of SR 1304 (North George Street) City of Goldsboro current ordinances do not include blanket speed limits for NCDOT maintained streets; therefore, the City must adopt an ordinance specific to NCDOT maintained streets within the existing city limits.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, transportation, and church

It is recommended City Council adopt the following entitled ordinance repealing and enacting the speed limits for sections ofNCDOT Highway System street located within the existing city limits of Goldsboro. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, council, and streets

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ORDINANCE NO. 2019-26 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND ENACTING THE SPEED LIMITS FOR SECTIONS OF NCDOT HIGHWAY SYSTEM STREETS WITHIN THE CITY OF GOLDSBORO Change Order Phase IV Sewer Collection Rehabilitation Formal Bid No. 2018-004. Resolution Adopted. The Phase IV Sewer Rehab Project provides for installation of approximately 30,900 linear feet of cast-in-place-pipe (CIPP) rehabilitation of existing sanitary mains, including various root treatments, obstruction removals, cutting of intruding taps and asphalt or concrete surface repairs directly associated with the completion and restoration work detailed in the contract specifications.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, ordinance, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, and contract

Staff requested the contractor, T. A. Loving Company, provide costs for additional work to remove the old trolley rail system on Walnut Street in order to replace the sanitary sewer line. T. A. Loving Company submitted an estimated cost of 28,748.76. This additional work will require the contract completion time to be extended by 3 days. The amended contract completion date for the remaining rehabilitation work is December 6, 2019. Staff recommends issuing a change order to the current contract with T. A. Loving for the Phase IV sewer collection rehabilitation project.

We have reviewed this change order with the Finance Director and determined that funds are available from the Clean Water Revolving Fund Loan.
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, contract, Public Transit, transportation, and water

It is recommended City Council adopt the following entitled resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a change order for 28,748.76 with T. A. Loving Company. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:council, administrator, and manager

RESOLUTION NO. 2019-47 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A CHANGE ORDER WITH T. A. LOVING COMPANY FOR PHASE IV SEWER COLLECTION REHABILITATION PROJECT FORMAL BID 2018-004

Bid Award to Wayne Roofing and Sheet Metal for Water Treatment Plant Roof Repairs Project Hurricane Florence Final Repairs Project. Resolution Adopted. Following Hurricane Florence on September 14, 2018 minimum emergency repairs were performed at the Water Treatment Plant to ensure treatment plant compliance was maintained. The wind and rainfall caused damage to the roofing system, elevator, and several pieces of electrical equipment. The bid award contractor will make the final repairs to the Water Treatment Plant roof. The City of Goldsboro advertised for Requests for Proposals from general contractors and received one responsive RFPs on May 23, 2019. One company bid on the project and their bid was received on May 23, 2019 at 10:00 AM. The lowest responsive bidder was Wayne Roofing and Sheet Metal of Goldsboro, NC with a Total Bid amount of 113,400. There are sufficient funds in the FY 2018-2019 budget for this contract to make the final repairs to the Water Treatment Plant roof.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, equipment, sewer, budget, utility, Utility, contract, advertising, emergency, water, plant, administrator, compliance, and manager

It is recommended City Council adopt the following entitled Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute a contract with Wayne Roofing and Sheet Metal not to exceed 113,400 to make the Hurricane Florence Final Repairs at the Water Treatment Plant. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:council, utility, Utility, contract, water, and plant

RESOLUTION NO. 2019-48 RESOLUTION AWARDING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF CONTRACT TO MAKE THE HURRICANE FLORENCE FINAL REPAIR AT THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT

Project Partnership Agreement (PPA) between the City of Goldsboro and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Neuse River-Goldsboro Section 1135 Project Modification for Improvement of the Environment. Resolution Adopted. In 2007, the City of Goldsboro did a temporary repair to the Corps of Engineers flood control structure expecting more substantial repairs to follow by the Corps in 2010. No federal funding for the repair has occurred. Again, the Corps flood control structure is in serious ORDINANCE NO. 2019-26 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND ENACTING THE SPEED LIMITS FOR SECTIONS OF NCDOT HIGHWAY SYSTEM STREETS WITHIN THE CITY OF GOLDSBORO Change Order Phase IV Sewer Collection Rehabilitation Formal Bid No. 2018-004. Resolution Adopted. The Phase IV Sewer Rehab Project provides for installation of approximately 30,900 linear feet of cast-in-place-pipe (CIPP) rehabilitation of existing sanitary mains, including various root treatments, obstruction removals, cutting of intruding taps and asphalt or concrete surface repairs directly associated with the completion and restoration work detailed in the contract specifications.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, ordinance, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, contract, water, Conservation, environment, watershed, flooding, plant, and military

Staff requested the contractor, T. A. Loving Company, provide costs for additional work to remove the old trolley rail system on Walnut Street in order to replace the sanitary sewer line. T. A. Loving Company submitted an estimated cost of 28,748.76. This additional work will require the contract completion time to be extended by 3 days. The amended contract completion date for the remaining rehabilitation work is December 6, 2019. Staff recommends issuing a change order to the current contract with T. A. Loving for the Phase IV sewer collection rehabilitation project.

We have reviewed this change order with the Finance Director and determined that funds are available from the Clean Water Revolving Fund Loan.
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, contract, Public Transit, transportation, and water

It is recommended City Council adopt the following entitled resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a change order for 28,748.76 with T. A. Loving Company. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:council, administrator, and manager

RESOLUTION NO. 2019-47 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A CHANGE ORDER WITH T. A. LOVING COMPANY FOR PHASE IV SEWER COLLECTION REHABILITATION PROJECT FORMAL BID 2018-004

Bid Award to Wayne Roofing and Sheet Metal for Water Treatment Plant Roof Repairs Project Hurricane Florence Final Repairs Project. Resolution Adopted. Following Hurricane Florence on September 14, 2018 minimum emergency repairs were performed at the Water Treatment Plant to ensure treatment plant compliance was maintained. The wind and rainfall caused damage to the roofing system, elevator, and several pieces of electrical equipment. The bid award contractor will make the final repairs to the Water Treatment Plant roof. The City of Goldsboro advertised for Requests for Proposals from general contractors and received one responsive RFPs on May 23, 2019. One company bid on the project and their bid was received on May 23, 2019 at 10:00 AM The lowest responsive bidder was Wayne Roofing and Sheet Metal of Goldsboro, NC with a Total Bid amount of 113,400. There are sufficient funds in the FY 2018-2019 budget for this contract to make the final repairs to the Water Treatment Plant roof
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, equipment, sewer, budget, utility, Utility, contract, advertising, emergency, water, plant, administrator, compliance, and manager

It is recommended City Council adopt the following entitled Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute a contract with Wayne Roofing and Sheet Metal not to exceed 113,400 to make the Hurricane Florence Final Repairs at the Water Treatment Plant. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:council, utility, Utility, contract, water, and plant

RESOLUTION NO. 2019-48 RESOLUTION AWARDING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF CONTRACT TO MAKE THE HURRICANE FLORENCE FINAL REPAIR AT THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT

Project Partnership Agreement (PPA) between the City of Goldsboro and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Neuse River-Goldsboro Section 1135 Project Modification for Improvement of the Environment. Resolution Adopted. In 2007, the City of Goldsboro did a temporary repair to the Corps of Engineers' flood control structure expecting more substantial repairs to follow by the Corps in 2010. No federal funding for the repair has occurred. Again, the Corps flood control structure is in serious
Tagged Passions:funding, utility, Utility, contract, water, Conservation, environment, watershed, flooding, plant, and military

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need of repairs, and in 2015, the City of Goldsboro did another temporary repair to the Corps of Engineers flood control structure to protect its water supply, and jointly moved forward with the Army Corps of Engineers 1135 Project study. (The City of Goldsboro conducted an intake feasibility study in 2016 to determine costs to relocate the water intake structure. The study determined that estimated costs for relocation to a deeper part in the Neuse River would be around 6,000,000.)

The flood control cutoff channel has become a main stem of the river when flows are over 3-feet. Entering into an agreement as a non-federal sponsor will aid the Army Corp of Engineers in rebuilding the flood control structure, in addition to raising it from 3-feet to 5-feet. The cost of this project has been budgeted into FY 18-19 and is estimated to be10 of the cost of relocating the intake structure. This project should send more water and velocity down the main stem of the Neuse River past the intake structure and should aid in water depth and sedimentation scouring.
Tagged Passions:budget, utility, Utility, STEM, water, watershed, flooding, and military

It is recommended City Council adopt the following entitled Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute a Project Partnership Agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Neuse River-Goldsboro Section 1135 Project Modification for Improvement of the Environment. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:council, Conservation, environment, watershed, and military

RESOLUTION NO. 2019-49 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF PROJECT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR THE NEUSE RIVER GOLDSBORO SECTION 1135 PROJECT MODIFICATION FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

Z-10-19 Chandu R. Patel- Subject property is located on the west side of Wayne Memorial Drive between New Hope Road and Windsor Creek Parkway. Ordinance Adopted. Applicant is requesting a zoning change of two lots from Residential 16 (R-16) to General Business (GB). Both lots are zoned residential and are owned by the applicant. Each lot is currently occupied by single-family dwellings. Lot 1: Frontage: 157.85 ft. Area: 35,968 sq. ft. or 0.52 acres As previously stated, the applicant proposes to rezone two lots from R-16 (Residential) to General Business. Surrounding Zones:
Tagged Passions:ordinance, business, zoning, Conservation, environment, watershed, property, and military

North: Residential-16 South: Office and Institutional East: Residential (R-16), Shopping Center (SC) West: R-16(Residential), Office and Institutional (O I- ICD)

At the public hearing held on May 20, 2019, two people spoke in favor the request. No one spoke in opposition of the request. The Planning Commission, at their meeting held on May 28, 2019, recommended approval of the rezoning request by modifying the General Business (GB) rezoning request to Neighborhood Business (NB), which is a more restrictive zoning district. Staff recommended Council accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and adopt the following entitled Ordinance changing the zoning for the property from Residential 16 (R-16) to Neighborhood Business; finding it consistent with the recommendation of the City's adopted Comprehensive Land Use Plan; the proposed rezoning would be compatible with the surrounding residential and office and institutional zoning. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, business, council, boards and commissions, zoning, property, hearing, commercial, and neighborhood

need of repairs, and in 2015, the City of Goldsboro did another temporary repair to the Corps of Engineers flood control structure to protect its water supply, and jointly moved forward with the Army Corps of Engineers 1135 Project study. (The City of Goldsboro conducted an intake feasibility study in 2016 to determine costs to relocate the water intake structure. The study determined that estimated costs for relocation to a deeper part in the Neuse River would be around 6,000,000.)

The flood control cutoff channel has become a main stem of the river when flows are over 3-feet. Entering into an agreement as a non-federal sponsor will aid the Army Corp of Engineers in rebuilding the flood control structure, in addition to raising it from 3-feet to 5-feet. The cost of this project has been budgeted into FY 18-19 and is estimated to be10 of the cost of relocating the intake structure. This project should send more water and velocity down the main stem of the Neuse River past the intake structure and should aid in water depth and sedimentation scouring.
Tagged Passions:budget, utility, Utility, STEM, water, watershed, flooding, and military

It is recommended City Council adopt the following entitled Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute a Project Partnership Agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Neuse River-Goldsboro Section 1135 Project Modification for Improvement of the Environment. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:council, Conservation, environment, watershed, and military

RESOLUTION NO. 2019-49 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF PROJECT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH U .S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR THE NEUSE RIVER GOLDSBORO SECTION 1135 PROJECT MODIFICATION FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

Z-10-19 Chandu R. Patel- Subject property is located on the west side of Wayne Memorial Drive between New Hope Road and Windsor Creek Parkway. Ordinance Adopted. Applicant is requesting a zoning change of two lots from Residential 16 (R-16) to General Business (GB). Both lots are zoned residential and are owned by the applicant. Each lot is currently occupied by single-family dwellings. Lot l. Frontage: Area:
Tagged Passions:ordinance, business, zoning, Conservation, environment, watershed, property, and military

157.85 ft.

No additional detail provided

35,968 sq. ft. or 0.52 acres

As previously stated, the applicant proposes to rezone two lots from R-16 (Residential) to General Business. Surrounding Zones: North: South. East: West: Residential- 16 Office and Institutional Residential (R-16), Shopping Center (SC) R-16(Residential), Office and Institutional (0 1- ICD) At the public hearing held on May 20, 2019, two people spoke in favor the request. No one spoke in opposition of the request. The Planning Commission, at their meeting held on May 28, 2019, recommended approval of the rezoning request by modifying the General Business (GB) rezoning request to Neighborhood Business (NB), which is a more restrictive zoning district. Staff recommended Council accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and adopt the following entitled Ordinance changing the zoning for the property from Residential 16 (R- 16) to Neighborhood Business; finding it consistent with the recommendation of the City's adopted Comprehensive Land Use Plan; the proposed rezoning would be compatible with the surrounding residential and office and institutional zoning. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, business, council, boards and commissions, zoning, property, hearing, commercial, and neighborhood

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ORDINANCE NO. 2019-27 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA CODE OF ORDINANCES

Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, Development, and UDO

CU-6-19 Penske Located on the North side of W. US 70 HWY. between Hargrove and Nevels Street. Approved. The property is zoned 1-2 (General Industry). Truck rental, leasing and sales with outside storage is a permitted use in the 1-2 (General Industry) zoning district only after the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit approved by City Council.

Frontage: 300 ft. Depth: 400 ft. Area: 119,790 sq. ft. or 2.75 acres As previously stated, the applicant intends to operate a truck rental, leasing and sales center with outside storage. The submitted site plan indicates an existing metal building of mixed-use construction with a gross floor area of 10,000 sq. ft. The proposed floor plan consists of a rental and sales area, office spaces, a breakroom, a parts supply and workshop space, warehouse storage areas and restrooms.
Tagged Passions:construction, council, leasing, sale, zoning, transportation, rental, property, and commercial

Days/hours of Operation Monday - Friday: 7 am 5 pm Saturday: 8 am Noon Employees: 6-10

The site is served by one existing 50 ft. wide driveway cut off W. Grantham Street. Truck rental, leasing and sales requires one space per employee, plus 5 customer spaces, and one space per vehicle stored on site. A total of 32 parking spaces have been provided including a handicap van accessible parking space. 19 spaces are shown at the front of the facility for patrons of the business. The remaining 13 spaces will be located within a proposed storage area south of the existing metal building and used for the display of rental trucks and trucks for sale. The applicant proposes the installation of 5 Autumn Fantasy Maples to serve as required street trees along W. Grantham Street. In addition, 34 Dwarf Yaupon Hollies are proposed as the required vehicular surface buffer. A Type A, 5 ft. wide buffer is proposed along the northern property line from W. Grantham Street approximately 115 ft. to an existing 6 ft. in height chain-link and barbed wire fence which surrounds the existing building and proposed outside storage area. The applicant is requesting a modification of the City's landscape buffer requirement along portions of the western and northern property lines and a modification of the street tree requirement along a portion of Hargrove and Collier Streets due to existing site conditions and existing vegetation. If modifications are approved, the applicant proposes to install vinyl slats within the existing fencing to screen the proposed storage area from off-site views. Outside storage requires the screening of the entire storage area. According to the Unified Development Code, screening shall consists of an 8 ft. in height solid fence. The height of the fence may be reduced to six (6) ft. if the City Council determines that the items proposed to be stored will not exceed five (5) ft. in height. Since the applicant's trucks are a minimum of twelve (12) ft. in height, the applicant is requesting a modification of the City s fencing requirement to the existing fence height of six (6) ft. ORDINANCE NO. 2019-27 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA CODE OF ORDINANCES CU-6-19 Penske - Located on the North side of W. US 70 HWY. between Hargrove and Nevels Street. Approved. The property is zoned 1-2 (General Industry). Truck rental, leasing and sales with outside storage is a permitted use in the 1-2 (General Industry) zoning district only after the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit approved by City Council.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, business, council, facility, leasing, sale, development, zoning, transportation, Development, rental, property, buildings and grounds, commercial, UDO, and parking

7
am 5 pm 8 am Noon

Frontage: Depth. Area:

Tagged Passions:zoning

300 ft. 400 ft. 119,790 sq. ft. or 2.75 acres

As previously stated, the applicant intends to operate a truck rental, leasing and sales center with outside storage. The submitted site plan indicates an existing metal building of mixed-use construction with a gross floor area of 10,000 sq. ft. The proposed floor plan consists ofa rental and sales area, office spaces, a breakroom, a parts supply and workshop space, warehouse storage areas and restrooms.

Tagged Passions:construction, leasing, sale, transportation, rental, and commercial

Days/hours of Operation Monday - Friday: Saturday:

No additional detail provided

Employees: 6-10

The site is served by one existing 50 ft. wide driveway cut off W. Grantham Street. Truck rental, leasing and sales requires one space per employee, plus 5 customer spaces, and one space per vehicle stored on site. A total of 32 parking spaces have been provided including a handicap van accessible parking space. 19 spaces are shown at the front of the facility for patrons of the business. The remaining 13 spaces will be located within a proposed storage area south of the existing metal building and used for the display of rental trucks and trucks for sale. The applicant proposes the installation of 5 Autumn Fantasy Maples to serve as required street trees along W. Grantham Street. In addition, 34 Dwarf Yaupon Hollies are proposed as the required vehicular surface buffer. A Type A, 5 ft. wide buffer is proposed along the northern property line from W. Grantham Street approximately 115 ft. to an existing 6 ft. in height chain-link and barbed wire fence which surrounds the existing building and proposed outside storage area. The applicant is requesting a modification of the City's landscape buffer requirement along portions of the western and northern property lines and a modification of the street tree requirement along a portion of Hargrove and Collier Streets due to existing site conditions and existing vegetation. If modifications are approved, the applicant proposes to install vinyl slats within the existing fencing to screen the proposed storage area from off-site views. Outside storage requires the screening of the entire storage area. According to the Unified Development Code, screening shall consists of an 8 ft. in height solid fence. The height of the fence may be reduced to six (6) ft. if the City Council determines that the items proposed to be stored will not exceed five (5) ft. in height. Since the applicant's trucks are a minimum of twelve (12) ft. in height, the applicant is requesting a modification of the City s fencing requirement to the existing fence height of six (6) ft.

Tagged Passions:business, council, facility, leasing, streets, sale, development, transportation, Development, rental, property, buildings and grounds, commercial, and parking

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The property is located within a Special Flood Hazard Area known as the 100-year floodplain. The applicant does not propose any new development for the use of the property. The applicant is requesting the following modifications: 1. Modification of the City's landscape buffer requirement along portions of the western and northern property lines. 2. Modification of the street tree requirement along a portion of Hargrove and Collier Streets. 3. Modification of the eight (8) ft. in height fencing requirement for outside storage areas to six (6) ft. At the public hearing held on May 20, 2019, no one appeared to speak for or against the request. The Planning Commission, at their meeting held on May 28, 2019, recommended approval of the Conditional Use Permit and submitted site plan with requested modifications. It was recommended Council accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and:

Tagged Passions:planning, council, boards and commissions, streets, development, flooding, Development, property, buildings and grounds, and hearing

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Adopt an Order approving the Conditional Use Permit to allow the operation of a truck rental, leasing and sales center with outside storage; and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing, sale, transportation, and rental

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Approve the submitted site plan with the following modifications: (a) Modification of the City's landscape buffer requirement along portions of the

western and northern property lines. (b) Modification of the street tree requirement along a portion of Hargrove and
Tagged Passions:streets, property, and buildings and grounds

Collier Streets. (c) Modification of the eight (8) ft. in height fencing requirement for outside

storage areas to six (6) ft. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)
Tagged Passions:streets

CU-7-19 WhoopAxe, LLC Subject property is located on the north side of

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property

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Ash Street between Durant Street and Ridgewood Drive. Approved. The applicant is requesting an amendment to a previously approved Conditional Use Permit. City Council, at their meeting held April 1, 2019, approved a Conditional Use Permit for a place of entertainment without ABC for a hatchet-throwing facility within the Ash Street Shopping Center located at 2305 E. Ash Street. The applicant is now requesting the facility operate as a place of entertainment with ABC to allow customers to brown-bag at the facility.

The property is zoned SC (Shopping Center). Places of entertainment with ABC are a permitted use only after the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit approved by City Council. Frontage (Tenant Space): 98 ft. Depth: 38 ft. Area: 3724 sq. ft. No such establishment shall be located within two hundred (200) feet of any residentially zoned or developed property, church or school. The subject property is directly adjacent to an existing church within the Shopping Center, residentially zoned property to the north and residentially developed property to the northeast. The site is served by three existing over-sized driveway cuts off E. Ash Street and Ridgewood Drive. Sufficient parking exist to serve customers of the Shopping Center. The property is located within a Special Flood Hazard Area known as the 100-year floodplain. The applicant does not propose any new development for the use of the property.

Tagged Passions:council, facility, streets, development, zoning, church, flooding, Development, rental, property, commercial, education, and parking

The applicant is requesting the following modifications:

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Modification of the City's landscape buffer requirement along portions of the western and northern property lines.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property and buildings and grounds

Modification of the street tree requirement along a portion of Hargrove and Collier Streets.

Tagged Passions:streets

Modification of the eight (8) ft. in height fencing requirement for outside storage areas to six (6) ft.

At the public hearing held on May 20, 2019, no one appeared to speak for or against the request. The Planning Commission, at their meeting held on May 28, 2019, recommended approval of the Conditional Use Permit and submitted site plan with requested modifications.
Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, and hearing

It was recommended Council accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and:

Tagged Passions:planning, council, and boards and commissions

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Adopt an Order approving the Conditional Use Permit to allow the operation of a truck rental, leasing and sales center with outside storage; and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing, sale, transportation, and rental

2.
Approve the submitted site plan with the following modifications:

(a) Modification of the City's landscape buffer requirement along portions of the western and northern property lines. (b) Modification of the street tree requirement along a portion of Hargrove and Collier Streets. (c) Modification of the eight (8) ft. in height fencing requirement for outside storage areas to six (6) ft. Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)
Tagged Passions:streets, property, and buildings and grounds

CU-7-19 WhoopAxe, LLC Subject property is located on the north side of E. Ash Street between Durant Street and Ridgewood Drive. Approved. The applicant is requesting an amendment to a previously approved Conditional Use Permit. City Council, at their meeting held April l, 2019, approved a Conditional Use Permit for a place of entertainment without ABC for a hatchet-throwing facility within the Ash Street Shopping Center located at 2305 E. Ash Street. The applicant is now requesting the facility operate as a place of entertainment with ABC to allow customers to brown-bag at the facility.

The property is zoned SC (Shopping Center). Places of entertainment with ABC are a permitted use only after the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit approved by City Council. Frontage (Tenant Space): Depth. Area:

Tagged Passions:council, facility, streets, zoning, rental, property, and commercial

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ft. 38 ft.

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3724 sq. ft.

No such establishment shall be located within two hundred (200) feet of any residentially zoned or developed property, church or school. The subject property is directly adjacent to an existing church within the Shopping Center, residentially zoned property to the north and residentially developed property to the northeast. The site is served by three existing over-sized driveway cuts off E. Ash Street and Ridgewood Drive. Sufficient parking exist to serve customers of the Shopping Center.

Tagged Passions:streets, zoning, church, property, commercial, education, and parking

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At the public hearing held on April 15, 2019, the applicant spoke in favor of the request. No one appeared to speak for or against the request. The Planning Commission, at their meeting held on May 28, 2019, recommended approval of the Conditional Use Permit with ABC to allow brown bagging at the facility by granting a modification of the separation distance requirement between residentially zoned and/or developed properties and/or church provided the hours of operation are limited as indicated by the applicant. It was recommended Council accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and: 1) Adopt an Order approving the Conditional Use Permit to allow the operation of an indoor hatchet-throwing facility with ABC for Brown Bagging; and

Tagged Passions:planning, grant, council, facility, boards and commissions, zoning, church, and hearing

2) Approved the Conditional Use permit with the following modification;

(a) Modification of the separation distance requirement between residentially zoned and/or developed properties and/or church provided the hours of operation are limited as follows:
Tagged Passions:zoning and church

Days/hours of Operation: Thursdays 6:00pm 9:00pm Fridays 6:00pm 10:00pm Saturdays 4:00pm 10:00pm

Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

SITE-5-19 Site and Landscape Plans- Rashed LLC. (Convenient Mart Proposed Canopy and Gas Pumps). Approved. The property is located on the north side of W. Ash Street between N. Alabama Avenue and N. Carolina Street.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, property, and buildings and grounds

Frontage: 214.97 ft. Avg. Depth: 371.95 ft. Area: 36,968 sq. ft. or 0.849 acres Zoning: General Industry

The property is currently operated as a convenient store without gas sales. The submitted site plan indicates an existing one-story, brick-veneer convenience store with a gross floor area of 2,780 sq. ft. The applicant has proposed a 3,095.58 sq. ft. canopy addition for 3 gas pump islands to be located in the front parking lot of the existing facility. A 1,100 sq. ft. addition has been proposed for future construction. Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday: 8:30 am - 11:00 pm Saturday: 9:00 am - 11:00 pm Sunday: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm Employees: 1 The site is served by two existing and oversized driveway cuts off W. Ash Street. The building and lot are existing. As such, the site does not meet current development regulations in accordance with the Unified Development Code. The side yard setback for the convenient store is 15 ft. Since the existing building's northeast corner is 3 ft. from the northern property line, a 12 ft. side yard setback modification will be necessary. At the public hearing held on April 15, 2019, the applicant spoke in favor of the request. No one appeared to speak for or against the request. The Planning Commission, at their meeting held on May 28, 2019, recommended approval of the Conditional Use Permit with ABC to allow brown bagging at the facility by granting a modification of the separation distance requirement between residentially zoned and/or developed properties and/or church provided the hours of operation are limited as indicated by the applicant.
Tagged Passions:planning, grant, regulation, construction, facility, boards and commissions, sale, development, zoning, church, Development, property, hearing, commercial, and parking

It was recommended Council accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and:

Tagged Passions:planning, council, and boards and commissions

l) Adopt an Order approving the Conditional Use Permit to allow the operation of an indoor hatchet-throwing facility with ABC for Brown Bagging; and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:facility

2) Approved the Conditional Use permit with the following modification;

(a) Modification of the separation distance requirement between residentially zoned and/or developed properties and/or church provided the hours of operation are limited as follows:
Tagged Passions:zoning and church

Days/hours of Operation: Thursdays 6:00pm 9:00pm Fridays 6:00pm 10:00pm Saturdays 4:00pm 10:00pm

Consent Agenda Approval. Broadaway/Stevens (5 Ayes: 2 Nays)

SITE-5-19 Site and Landscape Plans- Rashed LLC. (Convenient Mart Proposed Canopy and Gas Pumps). Approved. The property is located on the north side of W. Ash Street between N. Alabama Avenue and N. Carolina Street.

214.97 ft.Frontage: Avg. Depth: 371.95 ft. Area: 36,968 sq. ft. or 0.849 acres

Tagged Passions:streets, zoning, property, and buildings and grounds

Zoning: General Industry

The property is currently operated as a convenient store without gas sales. The submitted site plan indicates an existing one-story, brick-veneer convenience store with a gross floor area of 2,780 sq. ft. The applicant has proposed a 3,095.58 sq. ft. canopy addition for 3 gas pump islands to be located in the front parking lot of the existing facility. A 1,100 sq. ft. addition has been proposed for future construction.
Tagged Passions:construction, facility, sale, zoning, property, commercial, and parking

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday: Saturday: Sunday: Employees:

8:30 am- 11:00 pm 9:00 am- 11:00 pm 10:00 am- 11:00 pm 1

The site is served by two existing and oversized driveway cuts off W. Ash Street.

Tagged Passions:streets

The building and lot are existing. As such, the site does not meet current development regulations in accordance with the Unified Development Code.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:regulation, development, and Development

The side yard setback for the convenient store is 15 ft. Since the existing building's northeast corner is 3 ft. from the northern property line, a 12 ft. side yard setback modification will be necessary.

Tagged Passions:property and commercial

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