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COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

PERSON COUNTY

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING AGENDA

304 South Morgan Street, Room 215 Roxboro, NC 27573-5245

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336-597-1720 Fax 336-599-1609

September 23, 2019

9:00am

CALL TO ORDER .. Chairman Newell

INVOCATION

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

DISCUSSION/ADJUSTMENT/APPROVAL OF AGENDA

RECOGNITION: ITEM 1 Resolution of Appreciation for County Retiree Debra Dunn-Wilkins Chairman Newell

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INFORMAL COMMENTS

The Person County Board of Commissioners established a 10-minute segment which is open for informal comments and/or questions from citizens of this

county on issues, other than those issues for which a public hearing has been scheduled. The time will be divided equally among those wishing to comment. It is requested that any person who wishes to address the Board, register with the Clerk to the Board prior to the meeting.
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ITEM 2 DISCUSSION/ADJUSTMENT/APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

A. Approval of Minutes of September 9, 2019, B. Budget Amendment 6, and C. Budget Amendment Purchase Carryforwards

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NEW BUSINESS: ITEM 3 Proposed Fourth Amendment Solid Waste Contract with Republic Services .. Ron Aycock ITEM 4 Resolution Declaring Two Strands of

Fiber Surplus Property and Authorizing Lease of Two Strands of Fiber Chris Puryear ITEM 5 Comprehensive Land Use Plan Steering Committee Appointments . Lori Oakley ITEM 6 Animal Advisory Committee Appointments .. Brenda Reaves
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CHAIRMAN S REPORT MANAGER S REPORT COMMISSIONER REPORTS/COMMENTS

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Note: All Items on the Agenda are for Discussion and Action as deemed appropriate by the Board.

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RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION

WHEREAS, Debra Dunn-Wilkins has served the people of Person County during her tenure as a Child Support Agent II with the Department of Social

Services; and
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WHEREAS, Debra Dunn-Wilkins has served the citizens of Person

County with honor, integrity, sincerity and dedication, providing accurate, concise services for twenty-seven (27) years, October 1992 August 2019;

and
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WHEREAS, Debra Dunn-Wilkins has earned the respect and

admiration of all who have known her and worked with her throughout her career; and

WHEREAS, the County of Person recognizes the many contributions

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Debra Dunn-Wilkins has made to the County and offers her sincere best wishes for her retirement.

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NOW, THEREFORE, I, David B. Newell, Sr., Chairman of the Person County Board of Commissioners, do hereby extend this Resolution of Appreciation to

Debra Dunn-Wilkins for continually striving to make Roxboro and Person County a better place to live and work.

Adopted this, the 23rd day of September 2019.

____________________________________ David B. Newell, Sr., Chairman Person County Board of Commissioners

Attest:

____________________________________ Brenda B. Reaves Clerk to the Board of Commissioners

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PERSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SEPTEMBER 9, 2019 MEMBERS PRESENT OTHERS PRESENT David B. Newell, Sr. Heidi York, County Manager Gordon Powell

C. Ronald Aycock, County Attorney Jimmy B. Clayton Brenda B. Reaves, Clerk to the Board Kyle W. Puryear B. Ray Jeffers
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The Board of Commissioners for the County of Person, North Carolina, met in regular session on Monday, September 9, 2019 at 7:00pm in the

Commissioners meeting room in the Person County Office Building.

Chairman Newell called the meeting to order. Commissioner Clayton offered an invocation and Vice Chairman Jeffers led the group in the Pledge of

Allegiance. County Manager, Heidi York was absent until 7:15pm.
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DISCUSSION/ADJUSTMENT/APPROVAL OF AGENDA: Chairman Newell announced that item 3 for a request for a text amendment to the Planning Ordinance would be

opened as a public hearing. In addition, on item 4, an appointment to the Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee would be considered.
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A motion was made by Commissioner Puryear and carried 5-0 to accept the adjustments as noted above by Chairman Newell and to approve the agenda as

adjusted.

INFORMAL COMMENTS: There were no comments from the public.

DISCUSSION/ADJUSTMENT/APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA: A motion was made by Commissioner Puryear and carried 5-0 to approve the Consent Agenda with the

following items:

A. Approval of Minutes of August 19, 2019, and B. Budget Amendment 5

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NEW BUSINESS:

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REPORT ON ADAPTIVE REUSE OF THE OLD HELENA SCHOOL:

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Interim Assistant County Manager, Laura Jensen told the group that Person County applied to have a graduate student team undertake analysis of the

possible revitalization of the historic Helena School in Timberlake as part of the team s course work in Community Revitalization Applied (PLAN 735/PUBA 735) at no charge to the county. The course instructor is UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government faculty member Tyler Mulligan. The team, consisting of Andrew Cutler, Maria Dewees, Paul Liu and Natalie Swanson produced a comprehensive report at the conclusion of the project, with four recommended actions the county can take for encouraging redevelopment of the school by a private developer.
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Ms. Jensen introduced to the Board Ms. Maria Dewees, Mr. Paul Liu and Ms. Natalie Swanson to present the community profile of Timberlake including a

site analysis, market analysis, financial feasibility analysis and to summarize the recommendations for potential redevelopment of the old Helena School by a private developer.
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Ms. Dewees led the group the in the following presentation titled Adaptive Reuse of the Helena School. She presented the Report s Community Profile

outlining Timberlake s Assets and Liability noting the Community Stakeholders, the Study Area and Land Ownership by the Top 5 Land Owners through its Site Analysis. Ms. Dewees provided an executive summary noting the proposed private use was recommended as multifamily housing development in the historic school with commercial space in the auditorium. Additionally, she further noted that the potential redevelopment by an outside developer would be challenging.
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Mr. Liu presented to the Board information related to the report s Market Analysis,

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Residential Market Area Overview including Income, Age demographics and supported Housing as follows:

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Ms. Swanson concluded the presentation focusing on the Report s Financial Feasibility and Recommended Uses based on key assumptions and analysis of

the Internal Rate of Return and Equity Multiple for the case results. She also presented Feasibility Strategies as well as Proposed Actions to the Board.
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Mr. Liu confirmed the Report yielded better financing results without the outlying buildings, thus the recommendation to demolish or determine an

alternative use plan.

Mr. Liu noted the attractive location in proximity to Roxboro and Northern Durham

noting the rent would be higher than desired for marketability.

When asked about the renovation costs noting the requirement to abate the asbestos

issues, Mr. Liu stated the County s 2012 site analysis illustrated costs at 2.5M to rehab.

Vice Chairman Jeffers described an idea where neighboring counties started a regional partnership for a County Food Council with commercial kitchens.

Vice Chairman Jeffers said this could address needs of local food banks and might serve well as a use in one of the buildings on the old Helena site.
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Commissioner Puryear asked if any stakeholders were contacted as part of their study to which Ms. Swanson stated that was not part of their scope and

due to the fact, stakeholders were contacted as part of the 2012 Report and could not agree on a proposed use, it would be exhaustive to revisit.

The Board thanked the three UNC-CH graduate students for their feedback and work on the Person County site.

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PUBLIC HEARING:

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TEXT AMENDMENT (TA-01-19) REQUEST BY MARTIN SHEILA PERSSON TO ADD EVENT CENTER TO THE PLANNING ORDINANCE AND ADD A DEFINITION TO EVENT CENTER: A

motion was made by Commissioner Puryear and carried 5-0 to open the duly advertised public hearing for a Text Amendment Request by Martin Sheila Persson to Add Event Center to the Planning Ordinance and Add a Definition to Event Center.
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Planning Director, Lori Oakley introduced County Planner, Kayla DiCristina who

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would be presenting this case, TA-01-19.

Ms. DiCristina stated all planning and zoning ordinances as well as state statutes

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have been met for this public hearing.

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Ms. DiCristina noted TA-01-19 was a request by Martin and Sheila Persson to add

Event Center to the Person County Planning Ordinance Appendix C - Table of Uses and add a definition of Event Center to Appendix B Definitions noting

the applicant purchased a portion of the former Roxboro Country Club property containing the former clubhouse. The clubhouse had many uses including an event center. The principal use of the clubhouse was considered a private recreation facility for profit and the event center was an accessory use to the principal use.
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Ms. DiCristina explained the text amendment request proposed to add a use that is not currently listed in the Person County Planning Ordinance Table

of Uses and by adding this use, the applicant can operate an event center as a primary use and it will provide an option for other property owners in the county who are interested in a similar business.
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Event venues currently exist in Person County in an unregulated state. Properties that qualify for bona fide farm exemption are able to

circumnavigate Planning and Zoning and Building Inspections regulations for erecting buildings on their land. There are multiple cases where these buildings are used as event venues, most notably the wedding venue present on the Northside of Tunnel Creek. In addition to providing an avenue for the Perssons and other residents to conduct a business of this nature, adding the proposed changes to the Person County Planning Ordinance allows staff and board members to better regulate event venues and ensure the protection of persons and property
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While the applicant proposed the definition for an event center and allowing the use-by-right in the zoning district RC (Rural Conservation),

Planning staff desired to ensure consistency within the Table of Permitted Uses, and recommended adding the proposed use as a by-right use in the following zoning districts: B-1 (Highway Commercial), B-2 (Neighborhood Shopping) and GI (General Industrial) and via special use permit in the R (Residential) district because of the restrictive nature of the district.
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Ms. DiCristina provided the following Appendix B proposed definition for Event Venue and Appendix C to add Event Venue to be added to the Table or

Permitted Uses:
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Appendix B: Definitions Event Venue: A commercial establishment and associated grounds engaged in the

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hosting and production of pre-planned events like weddings, corporate parties, or reunions. Typical accessory uses include kitchens or meal

preparation space, limited overnight accommodations, photography studios, facilities to accommodate live or recorded music, on- and off-site parking and outdoor recreation facilities.
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Appendix C: Table of Permitted Uses Add: Event Venue (to the table) Add: X (permitted use) in the RC Zoning District

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Planning staff recommendations include adding the Event Venue as listed below to

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the Table or Permitted Uses:

S (Special Use) in R district X (Permitted) in B-1 district X (Permitted) in B-2 district X (Permitted) in GI district

Ms. DiCristina stated the Planning Board, at its meeting on August 8, 2019, voted 4-0 to approve the requested text amendment TA-01-19 including

staff s recommended text.
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Ms. DiCristina stated Planning Staff recommended approval of TA-01-19. The proposed text amendment allows a use that previously existed as an

accessory use to be added to the Table of Permitted Uses and clearly defined so that it may function as the primary use on the property. Additional text recommended by staff ensures that this text amendment is consistent with the Person County Planning Ordinance and Table of Permitted Uses as well as consistent with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan and future planning goals of Person County. It is reasonable and in the public interest as it will provide clear regulations for event centers in Person County.
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There were no individuals appearing before the Board to speak in favor of or in opposition to the Text Amendment Request by Martin Sheila Persson to

Add Event Center to the Planning Ordinance and Add a Definition to Event Center.
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Commissioner Puryear asked how much of the former Roxboro Country Club did the new owners plan to operate as an Event Venue to which Mr. Persson

stated they own the clubhouse and parking area, approximately 20 acres that included the pond, but did not include the swimming pool.
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Commissioner Powell asked if the applicant would be accommodating limited overnight stay to which they answered not at this time, but possibly a

potential future use.

A motion was made by Commissioner Puryear and carried 5-0 to close the public hearing for a Text Amendment Request by Martin Sheila Persson to Add

Event Center to the Planning Ordinance and Add a Definition to Event Center.
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CONSIDERATION TO APPROVE A TEXT AMENDMENT (TA-01-19) REQUEST BY MARTIN SHEILA PERSSON TO ADD EVENT CENTER TO THE PLANNING ORDINANCE AND ADD A

DEFINITION TO EVENT CENTER:
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A motion was made by Commissioner Puryear and carried 5-0 to approve a Text Amendment Request by Martin Sheila Persson to Add Event Center to the

Planning Ordinance and Add a Definition to Event Center as well as to approve Planning staff recommendations for the use to be by right in the zoning district RC (Rural Conservation), B-1 (Highway Commercial), B-2 (Neighborhood Shopping) and GI (General Industrial), and by special use permit in the R (Residential) district noting the text amendment request was consistent with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan and future planning goals of Person County and reasonable in the public interest as it will provide clear regulations for event centers in Person County.
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APPOINTMENTS TO JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL, PERSON AREA TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM BOARD, AND ADULT CARE HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

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Clerk to the Board Brenda Reaves presented interested citizen applications for the Board s consideration to nominate and appoint as deemed

appropriate.
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Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Unexpired term of a 2-Year Term: 1 position for the Local School Superintendent or designee

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Dr. Rodney Peterson requested the Board of Commissioners to appoint Mr. Ron Anthony to the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council to serve out the

remainder of the term for Ms. Joan Kister (current Superintendent s designee). Ms. Kister s term is due to expire December 31, 2019.
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The Board of Commissioners, if so desired, may appoint Mr. Anthony to fulfill the unexpired term, or, appoint for the remainder of the term to

December 31st as well as a new term (2-years) thus giving him a term to 12/31/2021.
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A motion was made by Commissioner Puryear and carried 5-0 to appoint Ron Anthony to serve as the Superintendent s designee on the Juvenile Crime

Prevention County for a term that will expire 12/31/2021.
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Person Area Transportation System Board 3-Year Term: 1 position for a citizen-at-large to fulfill an unexpired term to 12/31/2021 Ms. Tammie Kirkland

requested appointment.
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A motion was made by Vice Chairman Jeffers and carried 5-0 to appoint Tammie Kirkland to the Person Area Transportation System Board to fulfill an

unexpired citizen term to 12/31/2021.
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Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee 1-Year Initial Term; 3-Year Reappointment: 1 position available Ms. Jessica Aguilar requested

appointment
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A motion was made by Commissioner Puryear and carried 5-0 to appoint Jessica Aguilar to the Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee for an

initial one-year term.
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CHAIRMAN S REPORT: Chairman Newell had no report.

MANAGER S REPORT: County Manager, Heidi York reported on the following:

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1) Health Dept. Director sought the commissioners interest in establishing a workgroup for one or two commissioners with the Health Board s chair and

vice chair as a follow-up to recent events,
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2) Confirmed a letter notifying the Woodsdale Volunteer Fire Department of breach of contract was delivered on Friday, September 6, 2019, giving them

30-days notice and aligning such with the October 8, 2019 state deadline as directed in Vice Chairman Jeffers recent motion,
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3) Informed the commissioners that she still has three county cell phones designated for commissioners that have not been picked up that would be

returned.
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COMMISSIONER REPORT/COMMENTS:

Commissioner Puryear stated interest in serving on the Health Department workgroup as a commissioner representative.

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Vice Chairman Jeffers asked the County Manager to look into complaints related to unkempt property located at 1195 Concord Ceffo Road.

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Commissioner Powell asked staff if the old body shop demolition was complete located on the Oxford Road. Ms. York stated she would get an update.

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ADJOURNMENT: A motion was made by Commissioner Powell and carried 5-0 to adjourn the

meeting at 7:44pm.

_____________________________ ______________________________ Brenda B. Reaves David B. Newell, Sr. Clerk to the Board Chairman

(Draft Board minutes are subject to Board approval).

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Dept./Acct No. Department Name Amount Incr / (Decr)

EXPENDITURES General Fund General Government 14,825 Transportation 4,303 Cultural and Recreation 8,090

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REVENUES General Fund Intergovernmental 3,500 Charges for Services 4,590 Other Revenues 19,128

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EXPENDITURES CIP Fund County project-Roofing-Allnsvl, Helena, Hurdle Mills 187,568

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REVENUES CIP Fund Transfer from General Fund 187,568

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Explanation:

BUDGET AMENDMENT

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Receipt of insurance claim for damage to PCRC wall ( 14,825); receipt of vehicle insurance claims for PATS ( 1,704); receipt of proceeds from sale of

PATS vehicle ( 2,599); receipt of cheerleading uniform revenue for Recreation ( 4,590); receipt of Health Literacy grant for Library ( 3,500); restoring budget for a roofing project in the CIP Fund that was incomplete at June 30, 2019 ( 187,568)
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Dept./Acct No. Department Name Amount Incr / (Decr)

EXPENDITURES General Fund General Government 153,885 Public Safety 176,900 Economic and Physical Development 60,026 Environmental Protection 37,100

Education 103,324 Transportation 6,684 Cultural Recreation 5,958 Human Services 503,421 Debt Service 2,000
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REVENUES General Fund Intergovernmental Revenues 12,000 Fund Balance Appropriated 1,037,298

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EXPENDITURES PI MRF Fund 35,317

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REVENUES PI MRF Fund Fund Balance Appropriated 35,317

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Explanation:

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Carryforward of purchase orders and commitments outstanding as of June 30, 2019. The amount of fund balance appropriation for the General Fund

required for outstanding contracts is lower by 124,393 compared to what was necessary in the prior year. Carryforwards in the Special Revenue and Capital Project Fund categories minimally drop from the prior year by 1,719. Both reductions are due to a smaller number of ongoing projects at fiscal year end 2019.
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Account Account Description Vendor Name PO Open Amount Item Description

General Fund: 100-4110-448300-20- Highway Dedications NC DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 20190934 2,000.00 Highway Dedications 100-4121-420000-20- Supplies

Operating Expenses AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES, INC. 20191129 2,448.23 Supplies Operating Expenses 100-4121-426400-20- Spec Supp/Serv-Internet SUNTRUST BANKCARD N.A. 20190624 628.52 Spec Supp/Serv-Internet 100-4121-426500-20- Spec Supp/Serv-Network UTILIPLEX OF NC 20191130 8,000.00 Spec Supp/Serv-Network 100-4121-430000-20- Contracted Services GRANICUS, LLC 20190965 12,412.53 Contracted Services 100-4122-419910-20- Prof Svc/Drug Testing Backgr SAFE-T WORKS, INC. 20190522 1,935.00 Prof Svc/Drug Testing Backgr 100-4170-420000-20- Supplies Operating Expenses SHI INTERNATIONAL 20191209 6,380.00 Supplies Operating Expenses 100-4260-425000-20- Automotive Fuel SNIPES BROTHERS OIL COMPANY INC. 20190489 553.42 Automotive Fuel 100-4260-426800-20- Road Signs R S SPORTING GOODS 20190857 1,200.00 Road Signs 100-4260-430000-20- Contracted Services SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY 20191138 17,662.47 Contracted Services 100-4260-435100-20- Maint Repair/Bldg Grounds JOSEPH N KIRBY 20190922 2,000.00 Maint Repair/Bldg Grounds 100-4260-435100-20- Maint Repair/Bldg Grounds SMITH GLASS CENTER 20191070 2,000.00 Maint Repair/Bldg Grounds 100-4260-435400-20- Maint Repair/Spec Projects SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY 20190935 11,830.00 Maint Repair/Spec Projects 100-4260-435400-20- Maint Repair/Spec Projects SMITH GLASS CENTER 20191071 1,380.00 Maint Repair/Spec Projects 100-4260-435400-20- Maint Repair/Spec Projects REI ENGINEERS 20190572 3,814.00 Maint Repair/Spec Projects 100-4260-435400-20- Maint Repair/Spec Projects TRIANGLE ROOFING SERVICE 20190653 28,600.00 Maint Repair/Spec Projects 100-4260-444000-20- Service Maint Contracts SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 20190029 1,244.00 Service Maint Contracts 100-4310-420000-25- Supplies Operating Expenses LAWMEN'S SAFETY SUPPLY, INC 20190942 3,000.00 Supplies Operating Expenses 100-4310-420000-25- Supplies Operating Expenses SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LABORATORIES, INC. 20190944 628.04 Supplies Operating Expenses 100-4310-420000-25- Supplies Operating Expenses TAYLOR PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLY 20190945 3,000.00 Supplies Operating Expenses 100-4310-420000-25- Supplies Operating Expenses GALL'S 20190948 1,900.00 Supplies Operating Expenses 100-4310-427700-25- Spec Supp Svcs/Dare Prog R S SPORTING GOODS 20190970 2,000.00 Spec Supp Svcs/Dare Prog 100-4310-427900-25- Spec Supp Svcs/DB PERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 20190943 5,000.00 Spec Supp Svcs/DB 100-4310-428100-25- Spec Supp/Serv - Great Program R S SPORTING GOODS 20190969 1,362.00 Spec Supp/Great Program 100-4310-431100-25- Travel-Meetings/Conferences SUNTRUST BANKCARD N.A. 20190879 1,310.80 Travel-Meetings/Conferences 100-4310-431300-25- Employee Training SUNTRUST BANKCARD N.A. 20190977 2,000.00 Employee Training 100-4310-431300-25- Employee Training DPC PAWN GUN SHOP INC. 20190986 3,500.00 Employee Training 100-4310-435200-25- Maint Repair/Equipment SMITH GLASS CENTER 20190958 1,000.00 Maint Repair/Equipment 100-4310-435200-25- Maint Repair/Equipment GALL'S 20190947 1,000.00 Maint Repair/Equipment 100-4310-435200-25- Maint Repair/Equipment O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC. 20190959 1,917.15 Maint Repair/Equipment 100-4310-435200-25- Maint Repair/Equipment BRANDON BAKER 20190954 2,500.00 Maint Repair/Equipment 100-4310-435300-25- Maint Repair/Vehicles BRANN'S WRECKER SERVICE, INC 20190949 2,936.93 Maint Repair/Vehicles 100-4310-435300-25- Maint Repair/Vehicles BRANN'S WRECKER SERVICE, INC 20190974 1,500.00 Maint Repair/Vehicles 100-4310-435300-25- Maint Repair/Vehicles QUINTON CLAYTON 20190951 3,708.88 Maint Repair/Vehicles 100-4310-435300-25- Maint Repair/Vehicles ENFORCEMENT VIDEO, LP 20190981 1,000.00 Maint Repair/Vehicles 100-4310-435300-25- Maint Repair/Vehicles TIREHUB, LLC 20190345 607.63 Maint Repair/Vehicles 100-4310-446500-25- CapOut 750-4999/2017 GCC BLUERANGE TECHNOLOGY (2013) CORP. 20191079 3,971.12 CapOut750-4999/2017 GCC 100-4310-449500-25- Payments to Other Govt NC STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 20191186 4,720.00 Payments to Other Govt 100-4310-454000-25- Cap Out Vehicles MINCEY'S GRAPHICS, LLC 20191120 433.33 Cap Out Vehicles 100-4310-454000-25- Cap Out Vehicles PERFORMANCE AUTOMOTIVE GROUP, INC 20190589 45,090.00 Cap Out Vehicles 100-4320-449500-25- Payments to Other Govt ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT 20190950 1,000.00 Payments to Other Govt 100-4320-454000-25- Cap Out Vehicles MINCEY'S GRAPHICS, LLC 20191120 666.67 Cap Out Vehicles 100-4320-454000-25- Cap Out Vehicles DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC 20190989 1,990.20 Cap Out Vehicles 100-4330-420000-25- Supplies Operating Expenses SMITHS PHOTOGRAPHY 20170837 1,800.00 Supplies Operating Expenses 100-4330-428880-25- Emergency Mgmt Performance Grt ASAP PRINTING 20180949 879.36 Emergency Mgmt Performance Grt 100-4330-428880-25- Emergency Mgmt Performance Grt ENVIROSAFE CONSULTING 20180893 9,400.00 Emergency Mgmt Performance Grt 100-4330-428880-25- Emergency Mgmt Performance Grt JUVARE, LLC 20191065 28,031.03 Emergency Mgmt Performance Grt
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100-4370-435300-25- Maint Repair/Vehicles CROSSROADS FORD OF SOUTH BOSTON,INC 20191168 1,743.02 Maint Repair/Vehicles 100-4380-455000-25- Cap Out

Equip 5000+ ABSOLUTE SECURITY LOCK, INC. 20191150 5,240.00 Cap Out Equip 5000+ 100-4530-425000-35- Automotive Fuel SNIPES BROTHERS OIL COMPANY INC. 20190489 404.03 Automotive Fuel 100-4530-435100-35- Maint Repair/Bldg Grounds ST GRADING BACKHOE 20190543 6,280.00 Maint Repair/Bldg Grounds 100-4710-429500-45- Spec Supp/Serv-Closure ENVIRONMENT 1 20190035 2,200.00 Spec Supp/Serv-Closure 100-4710-429500-45- Spec Supp/Serv-Closure SMITH GARDNER, INC. 20190263 17,314.00 Spec Supp/Serv-Closure 100-4920-430000-40- Contracted Services CRYSTAL MORPHIS 20180988 25,000.00 Contracted Services 100-6120-420000-55- Supplies Operating Expenses ALL SPORTS AMERICA, LTD. 20190679 3,458.00 Supplies Operating Expenses 100-6120-435100-55- Maint Repair/Bldg Grounds SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY 20191094 2,000.00 Maint Repair/Bldg Grounds 110-4121-425200-20- Spec Svcs/Info Tech Systems WILLIAM MOORE III 20191195 2,025.00 Spec Svcs/Info Tech Systems 110-4121-425200-20- Spec Svcs/Info Tech Systems MICROSOFT CORPORATION 20191135 875.00 Spec Svcs/Info Tech Systems 110-4121-425200-20- Spec Svcs/Info Tech Systems NORTH CAROLINA WIRELESS, LLC 20170798 2,000.00 Spec Svcs/Info Tech Systems 110-4121-425200-20- Spec Svcs/Info Tech Systems NORTH CAROLINA WIRELESS, LLC 20180008 12,500.00 Spec Svcs/Info Tech Systems 110-4121-446000-20- Cap Out 750 To 4999 ABSOLUTE SECURITY LOCK, INC. 20191144 3,324.94 Cap Out 750 To 4999 110-4121-446000-20- Cap Out 750 To 4999 ABSOLUTE SECURITY LOCK, INC. 20191159 2,901.10 Cap Out 750 To 4999 110-4121-446000-20- Cap Out 750 To 4999 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES, INC. 20191077 1,960.00 Cap Out 750 To 4999 120-5110-430000-50- Contracted Services PATAGONIA HEALTH INC. 20191163 3,000.00 Contracted Services 120-5110-430000-50- Contracted Services HEAT TRANSFER SOLUTIONS, INC 20160620 13,898.00 Contracted Services 120-5180-423000-50- Educ Medical Supplies NC DHHS 20191218 3,447.75 Educ Medical Supplies 170-4311-429010-25- Unauth Sub Tax-Spec Supp/Serv MINCEY'S GRAPHICS, LLC 20191120 600.00 Spec Supp/Serv-Unauth Sub Tax 190-5310-431100-50- Travel-Meetings/Conferences MHI HOSPITAL TRS LLC 20191136 1,015.00 Travel-Meetings/Conferences
Tagged Passions:health, hospital, travel, taxes, Taxes, security, Fossil Fuels - Oil, contract, services, Conservation, environment, healthcare, internet retailers, wireless, information technology, Wireless, grading, sports, and Information Technology

Other Funds: 230-5281-435200-45- Maint Repair/Equipment OLIVE HILL WELDING FABRICATION, INC. 20191108 5,067.00 Maint Repair/Equipment

230-5281-454000-45- Cap Out Vehicles NC DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 20190876 1,820.16 Cap Out Vehicles 230-5281-454000-45- Cap Out Vehicles UNIVERSITY FORD ATTN: IRA YOUNG 20190848 14,300.00 Cap Out Vehicles 230-5281-454000-45- Cap Out Vehicles UNIVERSITY FORD ATTN: IRA YOUNG 20190849 14,130.00 Cap Out Vehicles
Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, and university

Multi Year Funds that automatically roll forward: 400-4530-551798-35- AS TW Lights-Constr 47.15.1 PRECISION APPROACH, LLC 20180816 6,677.36 AS TW

Lights-Constr-47.15.1 400-4530-551798-35- AS TW Lights-Constr 47.15.1 PRECISION APPROACH, LLC 20190401 35,744.91 AS TW Lights-Constr-47.15.1 400-4530-551800-35- Airfield Sign Replace 60.9.1 PRECISION APPROACH, LLC 20180735 5,691.75 Airfield Sign Replace 60.9.1 410-4260-558101-20- Roof-Bushy Fork REI ENGINEERS 20190572 373.50 Roof-Bushy Fork 410-4260-558101-20- Roof-Bushy Fork SOUTHERN METAL SYSTEMS 20190585 5,116.05 Roof-Bushy Fork 410-4260-558200-20- Roof-Allnsvl,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo BAKER ROOFING COMPANY 20180991 68.09 Roof-Allens,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo 410-4260-558200-20- Roof-Allnsvl,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo REI ENGINEERS 20170628 1,485.90 Roof-Allens,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo 410-4260-558200-20- Roof-Allnsvl,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo TRIANGLE ROOFING SERVICE 20181022 2,518.29 Roof-Allens,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo 410-4260-558200-20- Roof-Allnsvl,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo TRIANGLE ROOFING SERVICE 20181023 1,693.76 Roof-Allens,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo 410-4260-558200-20- Roof-Allnsvl,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo TRIANGLE ROOFING SERVICE 20181024 3,164.75 Roof-Allens,Hel,HM,Lghst,Mayo 410-4260-558900-20- New Roof - Courthouse REI ENGINEERS 20180616 11,450.00 New Roof - Courthouse 410-4260-559100-20- Fiber Proj - Engineer Construc UNIVERSAL PHONE SYSTEMS, INC 20191080 17,359.00 Fiber Proj - Engineer Construc 410-4260-559500-20- Tax/Appraisal Software BI-TEK, LLC 20170724 76,210.00 Tax/Appraisal Software 410-5911-570500-60- Roofing-School Maint Bldg REI ENGINEERS 20180616 960.00 Roofing-School Maint Bldg 410-5911-570500-60- Roofing-School Maint Bldg SOUTHERN METAL SYSTEMS 20190310 12,909.02 Roofing-School Maint Bldg
Tagged Passions:funding, taxes, Taxes, Telecommunications, telecommunications, education, information technology, and Information Technology

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410-5921-580300-60- New Roof - Bldg D REI ENGINEERS 20180616 870.00 New Roof - Bldg D 410-5921-580300-60- New Roof - Bldg D TRIANGLE ROOFING SERVICE

20190311 14,015.02 New Roof - Bldg D 430-4260-568000-20- Constr-PCRC Renov JOSHUA HALL 20191151 7,414.20 Building Construction 440-4260-519300-20- Towers Consulting TELECOM SYSTEMS SOLUTIONS, LLP 20180581 23,000.00 Prof Serv-A E Fees 440-4260-519300-20- Towers Consulting ENGINEERED TOWER SOLUTIONS, PLLC 20170930 12,000.00 Prof Serv-A E Fees 440-4260-561500-20- Cap Out/VHF Equip WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS INC 20190821 12,985.32 Cap Out/VHF Equip 440-4260-562000-20- Huck Sansbury-Gym-HVAC TRIANGLE ROOFING SERVICE 20190611 3,700.00 Huck Sansbury-Gym-HVAC 440-5911-572600-60- Roofing - Early Intervention REI ENGINEERS 20190572 5,891.00 Roofing-Early Intervention 480-4260-519300-20- Roxplex-A E Fees COULTER JEWELL THAMES, P.A. 20180461 2,475.00 Prof Serv-A E Fees
Tagged Passions:construction, Telecommunications, cell tower, Cell tower, services, telecommunications, communications, Communications, wireless, and Wireless

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Account Revenues Expenditures Comments

10090-399991 261,318 Fund Balance Appropriation 1004260-435400 12,588 Roofing-Mt. Tirzah concession stand 1004122-426000 11,623 Wellness funds

1004310-428100 2,900 Great Summer Camp donations remaining funds 1004310-428110 1,843 Shop with Sheriff Grant 1004320-419200 2,595 Prof Serv-Medical contract 1004310-427640 10,017 2018 BVP Grant 1004330-428880 2,009 Emg Mgt Performance Grant 10025-335237 12,000 HSGP Exercise-Training Grant 1004330-428897 12,000 HSGP Exercise-Training Grant 1004380-420000 100 Anim Svcs donations 1004920-425510 25,000 Spec Supp/Serv-Duke Energy CIF 1004950-425700 1,082 Class registration fees 1004950-425800 8,944 NC Farm School 1004960-449910 17,586 Soil Water Conservation District Funds 1005200-462360 56,891 Uncommitted Mental Health Funds 1005820-431100 4,316 Veterans Grant carryforward (Travel) 1006121-420000 500 Mayo donation 13090-399991 2,000 Fund Balance Appropriation 1309100-479900 2,000 Issuance Costs for future debt 19090-399991 420,853 Fund Balance Appropriation 1905310-426070 126 Spec/Supp/Serv/Disaster Expense 1905380-506600 93,218 Special Children Adopt Fund 1905380-526000 696 Misc. General Assistance 1905380-537000 332 Foster Care Donations 1905380-537004 233 Foster Care - Shoes 1905310-426050 326,248 Spec Supp/Serv-Data Storage
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, veterans, agriculture, travel, utility, donation, Utility, contract, public safety, Donation, services, performance, water, Conservation, electric, natural gas, training, education, mental health, energy, and recreation

SCHOOL CAPITAL TECH 1005911-462700 52,327 Furniture for district 1005911-462700 15,600 PHS-Replace pressure reducer 1005911-462700 12,794

N.Elem-Pavement repair 1005911-462700 11,473 E.B.-Pavement repair 1005911-462700 5,000 Oak Lane-Replace sewer line 1005911-462710 6,130 SMS/NMS Computers
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, computers, and education

OTHER CARRYFORWARDS

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AGENDA ABSTRACT

Meeting Date: September 23, 2019

Agenda Title: Proposed Fourth Amendment Solid Waste Contract with

Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, Utility, and contract

Republic Services

Tagged Passions:services

Summary of Information: Attached is a proposed amendment to the County s existing landfill contract with Republic Services. It incorporates all of

the changes negotiated by the County. These changes are reflected in the attached document entitled Fourth Amendment. Thus, the original contract continues, subject to the changes contained in this amendment. The agreed points are as follows:
Tagged Passions:landfill, solid waste, contract, and services

Republic Services will provide an annual contribution of 100,000 to the County for community development projects in collaboration with Republic, to

benefit the County and to highlight the partnership between the County and Republic.
Tagged Passions:development, services, Development, and community development

Five-year extension of the term of the host agreement beyond the current expiration date. Fixed host fee of 2.75 for all municipal solid waste

tonnage on which Republic receives
Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, and Utility

a tipping fee. Republic Services will provide a 5,000 annual allowance for free disposal for residents

Tagged Passions:services

who drop off waste at the Landfill. An easement for wireless monopoles and a one-time contribution of 30,000 for the

Tagged Passions:landfill, solid waste, wireless, Wireless, and easement

County s broadband project. Increase of Republic s annual appropriation for litter management on local highways to

Tagged Passions:funding and Internet Access

24,000. Republic will continue to contribute 25,000 for recycling support to the County. Increase of the average maximum annual disposal rate to

780,000 tons per year.
Tagged Passions:recycling

The amendment provides that it will go into effect when Republic receives the necessary approvals, certifications and enactments from the County and

also receives all of the necessary permits and approvals from the State of North Carolina. The approvals, certifications and enactments from the County are three-fold:

1- The approval of and execution of this Fourth Amendment; 2- Certification by the County that the site meets all the County planning rules (It does

so
Tagged Passions:planning

meet those rules since it is the very same site where the landfill is located); 3- The enactment of a franchise ordinance consistent with the

agreement. State law requires
Tagged Passions:ordinance, landfill, and solid waste

a public hearing on the franchise after a 30-day public notice, and adoption of the ordinance at the second of 2 regular meetings. In order to comply

with the 30-day notice requirement, the earliest date the public hearing and first vote could be scheduled is at the November 4 Board meeting, with a final vote at the November 18 board meeting.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and hearing

The State of North Carolina must issue a permit for the operations as agreed to. It is unclear whether the State will require an additional site

study. The County may be required to convene a public meeting on the state action at a later time.

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Recommended Action:

1- Approve the Fourth amendment and authorize its execution. 2- Authorize county staff to execute any additional documents necessary to effectuate

the

action approved here including but not limited to provision of the necessary planning certifications.

Tagged Passions:planning

3- Set a public hearing for the Board s November 4, 2019 meeting to hear public comments on a franchise ordinance to effectuate this agreement, and

to conduct the first vote on the franchise.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and hearing

Submitted By: C. Ronald Aycock, Person County Attorney

Tagged Passions:legal

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FOURTH AMENDMENT TO AMENDED AND RESTATED AGREEMENT

FOR CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT, USE AND OPERATION OF UPPER PIEDMONT

Tagged Passions:development and Development

REGIONAL LANDFILL

Tagged Passions:landfill and solid waste

THIS FOURTH AMENDMENT ( Fourth Amendment ) to that certain Amended and Restated Agreement for Continued Development, Use and Operation of Upper

Piedmont Regional Landfill ( New Landfill as defined in the Agreement), by and between Person County, North Carolina, a political subdivision, organized and existing under the laws of the State of North Carolina (hereinafter referred to as the County ), and Republic Services of North Carolina, LLC, a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of North Carolina, d.b.a. Upper Piedmont Regional Landfill, formerly Upper Piedmont Environmental, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Republic ). The August, 1995 Amended and Restated Agreement for Continued Development, Use and Operation of Upper Piedmont Regional Landfill is hereinafter referred to as the Agreement .
Tagged Passions:landfill, development, solid waste, subdivision, services, environment, and Development

RECITALS

WHEREAS, in August of 1994, the parties entered into an Agreement for Development, Use and Operation of New Landfill; and

Tagged Passions:landfill, development, solid waste, and Development

WHEREAS, in August of 1995, the parties entered into the Agreement; and WHEREAS, the New Landfill first began operation on July 1, 1997; and WHEREAS,

in June of 2017, the parties entered into the First Amendment to Amended and Restated Agreement for Continued Development, Use and Operation of Upper Piedmont Regional Landfill ( First Amendment ); and WHEREAS, in May of 2018, the parties entered into the Second Amendment to Amended and Restated Agreement for Continued Development, Use and Operation of Upper Piedmont Regional Landfill ( Second Amendment ); and WHEREAS, in June of 2019, the parties entered into the Third Amendment to Amended and Restated Agreement for Continued Development, Use and Operation of Upper Piedmont Regional Landfill ( Third Amendment ); and
Tagged Passions:landfill, development, solid waste, and Development

WHEREAS, the parties desire to amend the certain provisions of the Agreement as described herein. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto agree as

follows: 1. The recitals set forth above are true and correct and are hereby incorporated herein by reference. Capitalized terms used herein and not otherwise defined shall have the meanings given them in the Agreement, the First Amendment, Second Amendment and Third Amendment.

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2. All references in the Agreement to Upper Piedmont Environmental, Inc. (referred to in the Agreement as Upper Piedmont ) are hereby deleted and

replaced with Republic Services of North Carolina, LLC, referred to in the First Amendment, Second Amendment, Third Amendment and this Fourth Amendment as Republic .
Tagged Passions:services and environment

3. Section 3.1 of the Agreement is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced with the following:

3.1 Existence and Good Standing. Republic is duly organized under the laws of North Carolina and is (and will continue to be throughout the Term

hereof) validly existing in good standing under the laws of the State of North Carolina.

4. Section 7.4(e)(ii) of the Agreement, including Subsections (A)-(C), is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced with the following:

(ii) the acceptance of Waste delivered to the New Landfill from any person or entity whatsoever, whether an affiliate of Republic or otherwise;

provided, however, that such acceptance be in conformance with all other provisions in this Agreement, including but not limited to Sections 1.2 and 1.11, and provided that Republic shall not accept for disposal in any calendar year more than an average maximum annual disposal rate of 780,000 tons. The volume limitation set forth in this Section may be exceeded by Republic only if necessary to provide disposal capacity for an account or customer within the Approved Area, provided that the account or customer is located in a county which is at the time using the New Landfill, and provided further that in no calendar year shall the additional volume of Waste from new accounts or customers exceed by more than five (5 ) percent the maximum volume of Waste allowed under this Section during the previous year.
Tagged Passions:landfill and solid waste

5. The following sentence is hereby added to the end of Section 7.4(h) Site

Appearance : Beginning on the Fourth Amendment Effective Date and for each year thereafter during the Term of the Agreement, Republic agrees to spend

an annual amount of 24,000 for funding of litter management on local highways.
Tagged Passions:funding

6. Section 9 of the Agreement is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced with the following:

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9. HOST FEES AND PAYMENTS. 9.0 Host Fees. Beginning on the Fourth Amendment Effective Date, for each Ton of Waste which is accepted by Republic at

the New Landfill, Republic shall pay the County a fixed fee of 2.75 per Ton of Waste. Any Host Fee not paid when due shall bear interest from the due date until paid at the maximum rate allowed by applicable law. Republic shall not pay any Host Fee on Waste that County residents drop off at the Landfill at no charge to County residents. 9.1 Annual Community Development Payments. Beginning on the Fourth Amendment Effective Date, and on each anniversary of the Fourth Amendment Effective Date thereafter during the Term of the Agreement, Republic shall make an annual payment to the County of 100,000 to be used for County community development projects in collaboration with Republic, to benefit the County and to highlight the partnership between the County and Republic. The County consents to Republic s use of all such collaborative projects between the County and Republic for all purposes including without limitation in Republic s public relations, marketing and similar materials. 9.2 Wireless Monopoles. Upon the Fourth Amendment Effective Date, Republic shall provide the County with a reasonable easement on the Landfill Site in the general location as indicated on Schedule D attached to this Fourth Amendment for the installation of three wireless monopoles, and shall make a one-time payment to the County of 30,000 to assist with the County s wireless monopole project. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, the County understands and agrees that Republic s primary interests and obligations are the safe and efficient management of the New Landfill, in compliance with Applicable Laws, permit conditions, and Republic s internal policies and procedures, and any installation and operation of wireless monopoles at the Landfill Site shall remain secondary to such interests. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, County shall not interfere with Republic s compliance with any permits, authorizations, licenses, ordinances or regulations related to the Landfill, federal, state or local laws regarding wetlands, or with the lawful and safe management of the Landfill Site, including, without limitation, the maintenance and monitoring of the New Landfill. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, Republic shall be free at all times during the
Tagged Passions:regulation, ordinance, market, landfill, development, solid waste, materials, procedure, Development, compliance, license, wireless, Wireless, public relations, easement, and community development

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Term to take any action Republic deems necessary or desirable, in Republic s sole and absolute judgment, in connection with the New Landfill,

including, without limitation, any action required to comply with any applicable law and permits, mitigate or eliminate any reaction within the New Landfill or to respond to community concerns, without regard to the effect of such action on the County s wireless monopole project. 9.3 Residential Drop-Off Waste Allowance. Beginning on the Fourth Amendment Effective Date and for each year thereafter during the Term of the Agreement, Republic shall allow County residents to drop off Waste at the Landfill at no charge to the residents up to a total annual amount of 5,000.
Tagged Passions:landfill, solid waste, wireless, and Wireless

7. Section 10.2 of the Agreement is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced with the following:

10.2 Fee Adjustment. The Tipping Fees specified in Section 8 above shall be adjusted to increase or decrease in accordance with the CPI as specified

on Schedule C attached hereto and made part hereof.
Tagged Passions:housing

8. Section 12.1 of the Agreement, as amended by the First Amendment, Second Amendment and Third Amendment, is hereby deleted in its entirety and

replaced with the following:

12.1 Term. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the term of this Agreement shall commence on the Effective Date, as defined in

Section 1.9 as amended by the First Amendment, and shall continue through July 1, 2032, or until such earlier time as the New Landfill is, in Republic s discretion, completely filled or otherwise rendered unusable or unfeasible for use as a sanitary landfill. If this Fourth Amendment has not become effective by June 30, 2020, the Parties agree that the Term of this Agreement shall be extended through and including the sooner of the Fourth Amendment Effective Date or July 1, 2021.
Tagged Passions:landfill and solid waste

9. Schedule B to the Agreement is hereby deleted in its entirety from the Agreement. 10. Schedule C to the Agreement is hereby deleted in its

entirety and replaced with

the following:

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AMENDED SCHEDULE C On July 1 following the Effective Date of this Agreement, and on the first of July of each

year thereafter for the duration of this Agreement, Tipping Fees provided for in Section 8 of this Agreement shall be adjusted in accordance with the

following computation:
Tagged Passions:housing

Step 1: CPI: April of Current Year - CPI: Previous April = Index Point Difference

Step 2: Index Point Difference x 100 = Percentage Change CPI: Previous April

Step 3: Percentage Change x Tipping Fees = Tipping Fee Change


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