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COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

AGENDA

VANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

November 4, 2019

Invocation Pastor Bobby Fletcher, First United Methodist Church

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1. Public Comments (for those registered to speak by 5:45 p.m. - each speaker is limited to five minutes)

2. Appointment 6:00 p.m. Alan Fitzpatrick, Open Broadband

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Broadband Update

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3. Appointment 6:15 p.m. Porcha Brooks, Tax Administrator - Untimely Exemption Applications - Late Listing Appeal

Tagged Passions:appointments, taxes, Taxes, and administrator

4. Water District Board a. Committee Report b. Monthly Operations Report

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

5. Committee Reports and Recommendations a. Properties Committee - Eaton Johnson Project b. Technology Committee - Online Vital Records Retrieval

System - Preservation of Marriage Licenses (1895 1920) - Public Wi-Fi Agreement - Broadband Tower Agreement
Tagged Passions:cell tower, Cell tower, Technology, technology, preservation, license, and Internet Access

6. County Manager s Report a. Healthy Opportunities Pilot Grant Support b. EDC Office Relocation

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7. County Attorney s Report a. REO Properties Bid Acceptance

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- Spring Valley Road Parcel 0201 01001 b. REO Properties New Offers - 107 Briarcliff Street Parcel 0214C02025 - Ranes Drive Parcel 0055 01035

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8. Consent Agenda Items a. Budget Amendments and Transfers b. Tax Refunds and Releases c. Monthly Reports d. Minutes

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Agenda November 4, 2019

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9. Miscellaneous a. Appointments

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b. December Meeting Date

10. Closed Session a. Contract Negotiation

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AGENDA APPOINTMENT FORM November 4, 2019

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Name: Alan Fitzpatrick

Name of Organization: Open Broadband

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Purpose of appearance: Present Update on Broadband Initiative

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AGENDA APPOINTMENT FORM November 4, 2019

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Name: Porcha Brooks

Name of Organization: Tax Office

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Purpose of appearance: Present Untimely Exemption Application and

Late Listing Appeal

Request of Board: - Approve Exemption Application

- Consider Late Listing Appeal

2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 11/04/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 7631 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Anstead William Lewis Jr PARCEL(s): 0426 01017

DATE OF APPEAL: 08/15/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely Elderly application for 2019 real property. Mr. Anstead did not realize it was still an option. Please consider his late application. He is no longer able to move on his own, due to brain tumor surgery. STAFF REVIEW: Appellant failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely application submitted August 15, 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been turned in by January 31st, it would have met the qualifications and would have been approved.
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2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 11/04/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 1022854 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Evans Kenneth L and Evans Alfreda H PARCEL(s):

0407C02001 DATE OF APPEAL: 08/26/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely Disabled Veteran application for 2019 real property. Mr. Evans was not aware that he was able to receive this exemption. STAFF REVIEW: Appellant failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely application submitted August 26, 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been turned in by January 31st, it would have met the qualifications and would have been approved.
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2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 11/04/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 8218861 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Bullock David PARCEL(s): 0098 04005 DATE OF

APPEAL: 08/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely Elderly application for 2019 real property. Mr. Bullock had no knowledge of the exemption. STAFF REVIEW: Appellant failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely application submitted August 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been turned in by January 31st, it would have met the qualifications and would have been approved.
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2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 11/04/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 1026638 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Ayscue Wade Eugene and Ayscue Jeannette Harris

PARCEL(s): 0460 01019 DATE OF APPEAL: 10/21/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely Elderly application for 2019 real property. Mr. Ayscue did not realize he had to apply for a new application when he added his wife to the deed. They live on a fixed income; this exemption would help them so much. STAFF REVIEW: Appellant failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely application submitted October 21, 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been turned in by January 31st, it would have met the qualifications and would have been approved.
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2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 11/04/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 1026118 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Rebuild Durham Inc. PARCEL(s): 0025 01001 141 S

Williams St., and 0025 01015 139 S Williams St. DATE OF APPEAL: 08/26/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely exemption application for 2019 real property. Rebuild Durham Inc. said it recently came to their attention that an application was required to recognize their exempt status. The properties are being used for workforce development and affordable housing mission. STAFF REVIEW: Rebuild Durham Inc., failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely application submitted August 26, 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been submitted timely it would have met the requirements and been approved.
Tagged Passions:recognition, business, development, Development, property, workforce development, workforce, and housing

2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 11/04/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 1026650 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Greater Love Ministry PARCEL(s): 0089 01009 985

South Carolina Ave and 0089 02001 Carolina Ave DATE OF APPEAL: 08/12/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely exemption application for 2019 real property. Greater Love Ministry purchased the properties in December 2018. They were not aware that they had to apply for the exemption. They thought the exemption would transfer with the sale. STAFF REVIEW: Greater Love Ministry failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely application submitted August 12, 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been submitted timely it would have met the requirements and been approved.
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2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 11/04/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 1023934 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Gang Free Incorporated PARCEL(s): 0073 04012

431 Charles St., 0078 01011 245 E Andrews Ave., and 0078 01012 255 E Andrews Ave. DATE OF APPEAL: 09/30/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely exemption application for 2019 real property. Gang Free Incorporated states that the properties are used for housing homeless and food distribution. STAFF REVIEW: Gang Free Incorporated failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely application submitted September 30, 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been submitted timely it would have met the requirements and been approved.
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2019 Untimely Application Filed CASE DATE/TIME: 11/04/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 1025072 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Beckham Timothy Randall and Beckham Wendy B

PARCEL(s): 0383 01007 DATE OF APPEAL: 10/31/2019 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason (s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the untimely Disabled application for 2019 real property. Mr. Beckham just recently learned of the exemption. Please consider him for this property tax exclusion. STAFF REVIEW: Appellant failed to apply for the exemption by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely application submitted October 31, 2019. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: If application would have been turned in by January 31st, it would have met the qualifications and would have been approved.
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2019 Late List Penalty

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CASE DATE/TIME: 11/4/2019 ACCOUNT REF : 1026942 OWNER/BUSINESS NAME: Excel Fitness NC XVIII LLC LOCATION: Business Equipment at 967 S Beckford Dr.

DATE OF APPEAL: 08/13/2019 PENALTY APPEALED: 10 = 1,077.27 OPENING STATEMENT: Appellant statement of reason(s) for the appeal: Appellant is appealing the late listing 10 penalty for the late listing of his 2019 business personal property discovery. Excel Fitness NC XVIII LLC said they were timely with first year filing in Vance County. They are accepting the findings from the audit, but respectfully ask that you remove the 10 penalty. STAFF REVIEW: Excel Fitness NC XVIII LLC failed to list their leasehold improvement by January 31, 2019. Therefore the assessor must deny the 2019 untimely 10 discovery penalty. ASSESSOR S RECOMMENDATION: The Assessor must deny that the penalty of 10 be removed, because according to NCGS 105- 312(h) which states that having computed each year s taxes separately as provided in subsection (g), there shall be added a penalty of 10 of the same amount for each subsequent listing period that elapsed before the property was discovered or not timely listed . The Excel Fitness NC XVIII NC LLC is asking that the Board of County Commissioner remove the 10 penalty.
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Water District Board

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Vance County Water Board Report

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November 4, 2019

Committee Report Availability Customer Incentive Program. The committee (Wilder[C], Brummitt, Taylor) met on Monday, October 28 to review language

for an incentive program for availability customers. Availability customers are individuals who initially signed up for the water system, but failed to connect within 90 days of water being available to them. The incentive program is designed to forgive up to 75 of outstanding fees for these customers in exchange for them connecting to the water system and remaining a customer in good standing. The committee was made aware there are a total of 408 availability customers with approximately 144 of those whose accounts are over 90 days past due. The incentive program would provide an avenue for increasing customers on the system while reducing the debt burden for these customers. The committee was in favor of proceeding with the program. Recommendation: Approve revision to water rules and regulations to begin implementation of the Availability Customer Forgiveness/Incentive Program.
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Water Rules and Regulations Amendments Availability Customer

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Incentive Program

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Added Definition to Water Rule 1 AVAILABILITY CUSTOMER: A customer who initially signed up prior to the construction of the Water System and

indicated their desire to connect to the Vance County Water District water system by paying the reduced rate fee of 125, but has failed to connect to the system within 90 days of water being available to their residence. These customers are subject to payment of the base monthly fee as established in the water system fee schedule.
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Add Section H. as follows to Water Rule 5 AVAILABILITY CUSTOMER FORGIVENESS/INCENTIVE PROGRAM Existing availability customers are eligible for

reductions of up to 75 of outstanding fees upon agreeing and connecting to the water system. These customers shall be responsible for paying 25 of any outstanding balances in addition to the security deposit and any permit fees prior to connecting. Requests for such reductions should be provided in writing to the Water District Manager who shall have the authority to approve such requests. Upon connecting to the system, these customers shall remain active customers and be in good standing for a minimum of twelve (12) months, at such time the balance owed shall be forgiven. This program is active through June 30, 2020 and may be extended by the VCWD water board.
Tagged Passions:utility, security, Utility, program, water, manager, and incentive

Vance County Water District Operations Report September 2019

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Operations Highlights: Fiscal Year-to Date Sept 2019

Work Order Completions:

Discolored Water/ Air in lines 2 0 Set Meters 10 4 Replace Meter/ERT 40 0 Remove Meter 2 Locate Lines 113 72 Odor In Water / Chlorine Check 2 1 Check

Usage / Leaks 40 7 Replace Meter Lid/ Box 0 0 Low pressure/ No Water 0 2 Water Main Break 0 0 Distribute Boil Water Notices 0 0 Distribute Rescind Notices 0 0 Move in / move out 58 15 Kittrell Water Tower Response 0 0 Water line repairs 1 0 Actual Shut offs 128 0 Restores 105 0 Cross Connection Checks 1 0 Intent to Serve inspections 0 0 Hydrant/Site Care/Mowing 1 1 Delivered Return Mail 0 0 Water Taps Requests 0 0
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, cell tower, Cell tower, and water

Satellite Office Activity:

Information requests 6 2 Bill pays 391 207 Applications received 8 2 Billing Summaries:

June Billing 06/01/2019 through 06/30/2019 1,282 active customers of which 875 were metered services Gallons billed 2,661,710 Average usage 3,042 @

.01033 = 31.42 plus 30 Base = 61.42 July Billing 07/01/2019 through 07/31/2019 1,296 active customers of which 885 were metered services Gallons billed 2,896,818 Average usage 3,273 @ .01033 = 33.81 plus 30 Base = 63.81 August Billing 08/01/2019 through 08/31/2019 1,296 active customers of which 888 were metered services Gallons billed 3,035,032 Average usage 3,418 @ .01033 = 35.31 plus 30 base = 65.31 Sept Billing 09/01/2019 through 09/31/2019 1,296 active customers of which 888 were metered services Gallons billed 3,646,580 Average usage 4,107 @ .01033 = 42.43 plus 30 base = 72.43
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Water System Overview: The current customer count is as follows: * Phase 1 684 total customers, 206 availability accounts and 478 metered accounts *

Phase 2 612 total customers, 202 availability accounts and 410 metered accounts * Kittrell - 348 total Customers 0 availability accounts and 348 metered accounts There is a total of 1,644 VCWD customers committed to the system with 1,236 metered customers.
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Vance County Water District Operations Report September 2019

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*Graph information as of October 30, 2019

Availability Accounts AR*

Age Current Month 0 9,244.73 1-30 5,013.67 31-60 4,620.72 61-90 4,402.71 >90 147,346.63

Total Availability AR to date: 167,439.43

Customer numbers: 7 5 4 146

Customer Numbers: 77 31 20 184

Metered Accounts AR*

Age Current Month 0 43,142.87 1-30 11,323.15 31-60 4,112.37 61-90 2,954.45 >90 60,640.31

Totaled Metered to date: 122,173.15 Total AR to date* 292,801.61

Vance County Water District Operations Report September 2019

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Kittrell Area Customer Usage:

June Billing 06/01/2019 through 06/30/2019 353 active customers of which 353 were metered services Gallons billed 1,776,282 Average usage 5,031 @

.01033 = 51.97 plus 30 Base = 81.97
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July Billing 07/01/2019 through 07/31/2019 351 active customers of which 351 were metered services Gallons billed 1,229,212 Average usage 2,841 @

.01033 = 29.34 plus 30 Base = 59.34 August Billing 08/01/2019 through 08/31/2019 348 active customers of which 348 were metered services Gallons billed 1,483,790 Average usage 4,263 @ .01033 = 44.04. plus 30 Base = 74.04 Sept Billing 09/01/2019 through 09/30/2019 348 active customers of which 348 were metered services Gallons billed 1,566,946 Average usage 4,503 @ .01033 = 46.52 plus 30 Base = 76.52
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*Graph information as of October 30, 2019

Kittrell Metered Accounts AR*

Age Current Month 0 25,704.39 1-30 6,832.62 31-60 2,808.29 61-90 2,140.73 >90 17,390.62 Total Kittrell Metered AR to date: 54,876.65

Customer Numbers: 22 9 8 32

Committee Reports and Recommendations

Vance County Committee Reports and Recommendations

November 4, 2019

Properties Committee Eaton Johnson Project. The committee (Brummitt[C], Taylor, Wilder) met on Tuesday, October 22 with Oakley Collier Architects and

reviewed schematic layouts as well as a budget and timeframe for renovating Eaton Johnson for use by the Department of Social Services and the Senior Center. The plan includes using approximately 40,000 square feet of the existing facility for the Department of Social Services and 20,000 square feet for the senior center. The architect s estimated project budget is 4.2 million which was verified by a local contractor and includes 2.8 million for construction and 1.4 million for soft costs and contingencies. The committee was made aware that two HVAC chillers serving the facility have reached end of life and will need to be replaced as a part of the work. The committee and architect discussed challenges with the number of required parking spaces which will add significant cost if the two wings on the front of the building are utilized in the future. The committee requested the architects to research zoning variances that can be obtained through the City of Henderson to reduce the required number of parking spaces from the 226 additional needed for DSS and the Senior Center or from the 351 needed if the wings and other buildings on the property are utilized. The timeframe for the project barring any setbacks anticipates the bidding phase in April 2020 with construction beginning in June 2020 and possible occupation of the building by March 2021. Staff is currently working to determine the term for the existing senior center lease. The committee reiterated a commitment to moving the project forward and plans to be included in additional conversations with the architect as the project moves forward. For Your Information.
Tagged Passions:construction, facility, leasing, budget, social services, zoning, services, property, and parking

Technology Committee Online Vital Records Retrieval System. The committee (Brummitt[C], Taylor Feimster[absent]) met with the Register of Deeds

(Cassandra Neal) to discuss implementation of an internet based solution that allows citizens to request and pay for vital records online (i.e. marriage licenses and birth certificates). Ms. Neal recommended utilizing Permitium which provides this service for 36 counties in North Carolina including Franklin and Granville locally. The service charges a separate processing fee of 3.39 per transaction which requires no county cost for the service. The committee supported the concept, but questioned whether other companies provide this service and whether a Request for Proposals (RFP) process was necessary. The manager informed the committee that an RFP process was not required for this type of service, but additional research would be completed on other providers prior to the board meeting. The committee was in favor of a full board discussion once the research was completed.
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Following the meeting, the Register of Deeds completed research through the NC Association of Register of Deeds and gathered pricing data for other

providers in the state. The two leading providers (Permitium and Courthouse Computer System) provide the service for 65 counties in North Carolina. Of these leading providers, Permitium is recommended based upon its lower processing fee, user friendliness and system compatibility. Staff Recommendation: Authorize the county manager to execute a contract with Permitium to implement PermitDirector as an online platform for citizens to request, pay and receive vital records.
Tagged Passions:contract, administrator, and manager

Preservation of Marriage Licenses (1895 1920). The committee was made aware of the Register of Deeds plans to preserve existing paper marriage

licenses from 1895 1920 as required by law. The cost of preservation totals 20,270 and funds would be utilized from the register of deeds dedicated automation fund which is set up by state law designating 10 of profits for automation purposes. The Register of Deeds recommended moving forward with the proposal from Kofile. The committee was agreeable to the project, but questioned whether other companies provided the service or if an RFP was necessary. The committee was open for further discussion on this with the full board.
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Following the meeting, the Register of Deeds completed additional research through the Association of Register of Deeds indicating the high

specialized nature of this service. One other provider was located in Virginia, although the Register of Deeds would not proceed with this option as the records would have to physically leave the state. The Register recommends contracting with Kofile based upon their location in Greensboro, NC which would prevent the hard copy records from leaving the state. Staff Recommendation: Authorize the county manager to execute a contract with Kofile for the preservation of marriage license records and approve Budget Amendment 9 utilizing up to 20,270 in designated automation enhancement and preservation funds to complete the project.
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, preservation, administrator, manager, and license

Public Wi-Fi. The committee was presented with a draft contract for moving forward with Open Broadband to provide free Wi-Fi to the public in

Kittrell and the downtown Henderson area. The committee was informed that the City of Henderson was approached in regard to sharing in the cost of the service and declined interest in financially participating at the current time. The committee discussed the importance of partnering with the city on this initiative and suggested that staff continue evaluating locations for possible Wi-Fi service. The committee suggested looking into the feasibility of providing service to the Aycock Recreation complex and/or Fox Pond Park as potential locations until a joint arrangement can be worked out with the city for the downtown area. For your information.
Tagged Passions:contract, downtown, parks, Internet Access, and recreation

Broadband Tower Agreement. The committee reviewed an agreement with Open Broadband allowing the use of county water tanks and infrastructure for

antenna space and cabling at no cost for the next four years through June 30, 2023. The use of county tanks and infrastructure is critical in ensuring timely roll-out of the countywide broadband as previously approved and agreed upon with Open Broadband. In accordance with the agreement, the equipment to be added to the tanks is of minimal size, will create no interference issues, and will cause no impact or damage to the tanks. The committee was agreeable and requested moving forward with the agreement. Recommendation: Authorize the county manager to execute a tower agreement with Open Broadband for use of county water tanks and infrastructure subject to final attorney review.
Tagged Passions:equipment, legal, utility, Utility, cell tower, Cell tower, water, administrator, manager, Internet Access, and cabling

VANCE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES RELOCATION PROPERTIES COMMITTEE MEETING OCTOBER 22nd, 2019

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TRAINING

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RE- CERTIFICATIONS INTAKE

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INTAKE: 1 MANAGER 3 SUPERVISORS 24 CUBICLES

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+3 CUBICLES FOR GROWTH

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RE-CERTIFICATION: 2 SUPERVISORS 14 CUBICLES STORAGE CLOSET +2 CUBICLES FOR GROWTH

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CHILD SUPPORT: 1 SUPERVISOR 11 CUBICLES CONFIDENTIAL FILE STORAGE

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