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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING

BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

January 21, 2020 6:00 PM

I. Call to Order

II. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance

III. Adjustments/Approval of Agenda

IV. Public Comments

V. Approval of Consent Agenda

1. Administration - Designation of Proxy to Serve as Alternate for Grand Strand MPO Transportation Advisory Committee Request that the Board of

Commissioners designate Helen Bunch to replace Marc Pages an additional alternate on the Grand Strand MPO Transportation Advisory Committee (GSATS).
Tagged Passions:transportation

2. Administration - Resolution in Support of the Wilmington Rail Realignment Project Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a resolution

supporting the Wilmington Rail Realignment Project.
Tagged Passions:transportation

3. Administration - Southeastern Community Family Services, Inc. Grant Application Request that the Board of Commissioners receive a proposed

Community Services Block Grant Application from Southeastern Community Family Services, Inc., and provide input if applicable.
Tagged Passions:grant, services, and family services

4. Administration - Surplus Property Offers for Upset Bid Process Request that the Board of Commissioners accept, subject to the upset bid process,

offers that have been submitted for surplus parcels that meet the value parameters previously established by the Board.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, surplus, and property

5. Board Appointment - Fireman's Relief Fund Trustees Request that the Board of Commissioners consider approving the nomination of Brenda Reeves as

the Local Fireman's Relief Fund Trustee representing Sunset Harbor/Zion Hill Fire Department.
Tagged Passions:appointments, fire departments and districts, ports, and boating

6. Board Appointment - Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee - District 4 and Two At-Large Request that the Board of

Commissioners make the following reappointments to the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee:
Tagged Passions:appointments and seniors

Mr. John Walz to the District 4 seat for a 3-year term expiring February 1, 2023 Ms. Colleen Combs to an At-Large seat for a 3-year term expiring

February 1, 2023 Ms. Ashley Wells to an At-Large seat for a 3-year term expiring February 18, 2023

7. Board Appointment - Voluntary Agricultural District Request that the Board of Commissioners consider the recommendation from Cooperative Extension

to appoint Mr. James Jim C. Stanaland to the Voluntary Agricultural District Board.
Tagged Passions:appointments and agriculture

8. Clerk to the Board - Meeting Minutes

Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the draft minutes from the December 16, 2019 Regular Meeting.

9. County Attorney - Avalon Phase 8 and 9 Deed of Dedication Request that the Board accept the Deed of Dedication for water and sewer infrastructure

for Avalon Phases 8 and 9 (Lots 311-344).
Tagged Passions:legal, sewer, utility, Utility, and water

10. County Attorney - Declaration of Surplus Property Request that the Board of Commissioners declare property obtained by the County through tax

foreclosure as surplus property to be placed on the County's website for possible future purchase.
Tagged Passions:legal, taxes, Taxes, surplus, purchasing, and property

11. County Attorney - Easement Agreement to Provide Sewer To approve the attached easement agreement over parcels 244FE00114 and 244FF001, which

grants Brunswick County the ability to provide sewer service once sewer lines are installed and dedicated.
Tagged Passions:grant, legal, sewer, utility, Utility, property, and easement

12. County Attorney - St. James MF5-Cottage Woods, Lots 1-36 Deed of Dedication Consider accepting the Deed of Dedication for water and sewer

infrastructure in St. James MF5-Cottage Woods, Lots 1-36.
Tagged Passions:legal, sewer, utility, Utility, and water

13. Emergency Services - LP 15 Product Service Agreement Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the 4 year warranty and product service

agreement for our LP-15 Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillators.
Tagged Passions:services and emergency

14. Finance - Brunswick Transit System Memorandum of Understanding Request that the Board of Commissioners ratify the County Manager's approval of

the Memorandum of Understanding with Brunswick Transit as required under the Rural Operating Assistance Program for agencies receiving pass through funds and FY19 Application with DOT funding of 270,451.
Tagged Passions:funding, rural, finance, program, administrator, and manager

15. Finance - Fiscal Items Request that the Board of Commissioners approve Budget Amendments, Capital Project Ordinances, and Fiscal Items of a

routine nature on the consent agenda.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, finance, budget, capital spending, and Capital Spending

-Budget Amendment and Capital Project Ordinance Ash Waccamaw Multiuse Building Transfer 11,000 from the County Capital Reserve undesignated funds to

Ash Waccamaw Multi-use Facility project for initial site work and future surveying.
Tagged Passions:Homebuilder, funding, ordinance, facility, budget, capital spending, and Capital Spending

-Budget Amendment to promote the 2020 Census Transfer 15,000 from Commissioner's Contingency to Management Information Services special project to

accomplish the goal of reaching out and promote the 2020 Census to ensure everyone is counted.
Tagged Passions:budget and services

-Budget Amendment Boiling Spring Lakes Low Pressure Sewer System Contribution Transfer 185,820 from the Wastewater Capital Reserve designated to the

Wastewater Administration Capital Outlay project for the Brunswick County contribution to the Boiling Spring Lakes low pressure sewer system line extension approved as part of the current Capital Improvement Plan budget.
Tagged Passions:sewer, budget, utility, capital spending, Utility, and Capital Spending

-Budget Amendment and Capital Project Ordinance Airport Grant 36244.58.11.2 Appropriate 1,356 of NCDOT revenues for grant 36244.58.11.2 and transfer

151 of associated local match to the grant for Oak Island property taxes owed, but not included in closing costs.
Tagged Passions:grant, ordinance, airport, budget, taxes, Taxes, capital spending, Capital Spending, property, and property tax

-Financial Reports for December 2019 (unaudited) Included are Summary Information for General and Enterprise Funds, key indicators of Revenues and

Expenditures and Cash and Investments. All reports provided at: http://brunswickcountync.gov/finance/reports.
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, investment, and financial report

16. Governing Body - Regular Meeting Schedule FY 2020-2021 Request that the Board of Commissioners adopt the Regular Meeting schedule for FY

2020-2021.

17. Operation Services - Debris Management Plan Update Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the updated Disaster Debris Plan for Brunswick

County.
Tagged Passions:services

18. Operation Services - Demolition of Old Concession Stand at Leland Park Request that the Board of Commissioners approve demolition of the old

concession stand at Leland Park.
Tagged Passions:services, parks, and demolition

19. Operation Services - Tip Fee Exemption Request Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a tip fee exemption request at the Brunswick

County Landfill for NC United Methodist Camp Retreat Ministries.
Tagged Passions:landfill, solid waste, and services

20. Operation Services - Transfer Station Repairs Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the proposal from Dewberry Engineers Inc.

(Dewberry) for the design and construction management of repairs needed to the existing transfer station.
Tagged Passions:construction and services

21. Parks Recreation Smithville Park Concession Stand/ Restroom Building Request that the Board of Commissioners approve proposal agreement with

Smith- Carolina Corporation in the amount of 93,500 for a concession stand/restroom building for Smithville Park.
Tagged Passions:Homebuilder, parks, and recreation

22. Sheriff's Office Detention Center - SCAAP Grant Acceptance Request that the Board of Commissioners accept the BJA FY 19 State Criminal Alien

Assistance Program grant in the amount of 10,167. Award will be used to assist in detention center salaries.
Tagged Passions:grant, public safety, program, and detention

VI. Administrative Report

1. Administration - Approval of Request for Representation on the Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority (Randell Woodruff, County Manager)

Request that the Board of Commissioners consider approval of a letter requesting Brunswick County representation on the Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority (WAVE Transit).
Tagged Passions:transportation, administrator, and manager

2. Tax Administration - Resolution Authorizing Tax Collector to Direct Execution to Sheriff (Jeff Niebauer, Tax Administrator) Request the Board of

Commissioners approve the resolution authorizing the Brunswick County Tax Collector to direct execution against personal property to the Sheriff.
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, public safety, property, and administrator

3. Utilities - 211 Water Treatment Plant Filter Construction Budget Amendment (John Nichols, Director of Public Utilities) Request that the Board of

Commissioners approve a budget amendment for 1.2 million to fund the construction costs for five (5) replacement Evoqua filters at the 211 WTP.
Tagged Passions:construction, budget, utility, Utility, water, and plant

4. Utilities - Cape Fear River Locks and Dams (John Nichols, Public Utilities Director)

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and watershed

Request that the Board of Commissioners receive information on the Cape Fear River Locks and Dams.

Tagged Passions:watershed

5. Utilities - Grinder Pump Maintenance Policy Amendment (Donald Dixon, Deputy Director-Wastewater Operations) Request that the Board of

Commissioners approve an amendment to the existing Grinder Pump Maintenance Policy allowing the county to assume maintenance responsibility for commercial duplex grinder pump systems with permitted flows between 1,680 and 15,000 gpd and changes to verbiage within the policy to better align with existing North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) guidance, terminology and County standards.
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, environment, commercial, and policy

6. Utilities - Shallotte Water Transmission Main Contract Amendment Cape Fear Engineering and Associated Budget Amendment (John Nichols, Director of

Public Utilities) Request that the Board of Commissioners approve budget amendment and authorize the Chairman and Clerk to the Board to approve the contract amendment with Cape Fear Engineering in the amount of 38,500 for engineering services associated with the design of the Shallotte Water Transmission Main.
Tagged Passions:budget, utility, Utility, contract, services, and water

VII. Other Business/Informal Discussion

Tagged Passions:business

1. Governing Body - Federal Legislative Goals Request that the Board of Commissioners discuss Federal Legislative Goals for 2020.

VIII.Adjournment

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

January 21, 2020

Action Item V. - 1. From: Andrea White

Administration - Designation of Proxy to Serve as Alternate for Grand Strand MPO Transportation Advisory Committee

Tagged Passions:transportation

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners designate Helen Bunch to replace Marc Pages an additional alternate on the Grand

Strand MPO Transportation Advisory Committee (GSATS).
Tagged Passions:transportation

Background/Purpose of Request: At the February 5, 2018 meeting, the Board of Commissioners designated Marc Pages to serve as an additional alternate

on the Grand Strand MPO Transportation Advisory Committee. At that time, Kirstie Dixon was serving as the alternate for both Commissioner Sykes and Commissioner Thompson in the event they were unable to attend the GSATS meetings.
Tagged Passions:transportation and events

Ms. Dixon has asked that Helen Bunch be appointed as an alternate to replace Marc Pages as she is very involved with transportation planning.

Tagged Passions:planning, appointments, and transportation

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners designate Helen Bunch to replace Marc Pages an additional alternate on the

Grand Strand MPO Transportation Advisory Committee (GSATS).
Tagged Passions:transportation, administrator, and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description 2020 Board Seat Assignment - DRAFT to add Helen Bunch GSATS

DRAFT

BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS BOARD SEATS

2020

Board Name Commissioner

Brunswick Business Industry Development Chairman (Frank Williams)

Tagged Passions:business, development, and Development

Vice-Chairman (Randy Thompson)

Brunswick-Columbus Industrial Park Chairman (Frank Williams)

Tagged Passions:industrial and parks

Cape Fear Council of Government Mike Forte

Tagged Passions:council

Cape Fear Rural Planning Organization Transp. Adv Committee Frank Williams1 / Mike Forte2

Tagged Passions:planning and rural

Randy Thompson (alternate)2

Grand Strand MPO Transportation Advisory Committee Pat Sykes / Randy Thompson

Tagged Passions:transportation

Kirstie Dixon/ Helen Bunch (alternates)

Greater Wilmington Metro Transportation Advisory Committee Frank Williams

Tagged Passions:Public Transit and transportation

Mike Forte (alternate)

Health Human Services Advisory Board Pat Sykes

Tagged Passions:health and services

Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Mike Forte

Tagged Passions:council and crime

Local Emergency Protection Committee Marty Cooke

Tagged Passions:emergency

Lower Cape Fear Water and Sewer Authority Frank Williams

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, and water

Trillium Regional Board Pat Sykes

Southeastern Economic Development Commission Marty Cooke

Tagged Passions:economic development, boards and commissions, development, and Development

1 Expires end of 2021 (appointed 2019 2-year term) 2 Expires end of 2020 (appointed 2018 2-year term)

Tagged Passions:appointments

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

January 21, 2020

Action Item V. - 2. From: Andrea White

Administration - Resolution in Support of the Wilmington Rail Realignment Project

Tagged Passions:transportation

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a resolution supporting the Wilmington Rail Realignment Project.

Tagged Passions:transportation

Background/Purpose of Request: On June 18, 2018, the Board of Commissioners approved a letter of support for the City of Wilmington's application for

a grant from the Federal Railroad Administration for their Rail Realignment Project. In June 2019, the Wilmington Rail Realignment Project was announced as a recipient of up to 2 million in grant funds under the Federal Railroad Administration's Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvement grant program. The NCDOT's Board of Transportation approved 250,000 in matching funds in October 2019, with an additional 250,000 in matching funding expected in the subsequent fiscal year.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, transportation, and program

The City of Wilmington is now requesting that surrounding towns and counties consider a resolution supporting the Wilmington Rail Realignment project

for the benefits of environmental sustainability, improved commuting times, public safety, quality of life, enhanced freight movement and economic development.
Tagged Passions:economic development, development, public safety, transportation, environment, Development, and sustainability

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners approve a resolution supporting the Wilmington Rail Realignment Project.

Tagged Passions:transportation, administrator, and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Resolution Supporting the Wilmington Rail Realignment Project

Tagged Passions:transportation

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

January 21, 2020

Action Item V. - 3. From: Andrea White

Administration - Southeastern Community Family Services, Inc. Grant Application

Tagged Passions:grant, services, and family services

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners receive a proposed Community Services Block Grant Application from Southeastern

Community Family Services, Inc., and provide input if applicable.
Tagged Passions:grant, services, and family services

Background/Purpose of Request: Southeastern Community Family Services, Inc. submitted a copy of their proposed Community Services Block Grant

Application and requested that the Board provide input regarding the programs they plan to operate in the coming year. They also requested that the Clerk complete the Documentation of Submission form and return to them.
Tagged Passions:grant, services, program, and family services

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners receive a proposed Community Services Block Grant Application from

Southeastern Community Family Services, Inc., and provide input if applicable.
Tagged Passions:grant, services, administrator, manager, and family services

ATTACHMENTS: Description Letter from Southeastern Community Family Services CSBG Grant Application FY 2020-2021 Documentation Submission Form

Southeastern Community Family Services Brochure
Tagged Passions:grant, services, and family services

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

January 21, 2020

Action Item V. - 4. From: Steve Stone, Deputy County Manager

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

Administration - Surplus Property Offers for Upset Bid Process

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, surplus, and property

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners accept, subject to the upset bid process, offers that have been submitted for surplus

parcels that meet the value parameters previously established by the Board.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, surplus, and property

Background/Purpose of Request: Parcel Location Size Tax Value Acquired Cost Bid

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, taxes, Taxes, and property

224EA012 Fox Trot Ridge PL, NW .44 acre 4,180.00 6-3-2019 2,523.00 3,000.00 157KG00307 Poplar Rd., BSL .24 acre 15,000.00 11-2-2018 1,946.18

10,100.00 217LB065 645 Pelican Cir, SE .20 acre 4,030.00 3-22-2019 1,722.01 3,500.00

214MA143 3101 Havelock Pl, SW .20 acre 1,600.00 6-3-2019 770.60 214MA144 3095 Havelock PL, SW .20 acre 1,600.00 6-3-2019 770.60 214MA145 3091

Havelock PL, SW .21 acre 1,600.00 6-3-2019 770.60 214MA146 3085 Havelock PL, SW .21 acre 1,600.00 6-3-2019 770.60 214MA134 3205 Havelock PL, SW .20 acre 1,600.00 2-14-2017 913.20 214MA149 1585 Hyde ST, SW .29 acre 1,600.00 2-14-2017 913.20

Total 6 parcels above 16,800.00 4,908.80 7,200.00

Tagged Passions:property

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal

Advisory Board Recommendation: Not Applicable

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend the Board of Commissioners accept, subject to the upset bid process, offers that have been submitted for

surplus parcels that meet the value parameters previously established by the Board.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, surplus, property, administrator, and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Bid 224EA012 Bid 157KG00307 Bid 217LB065

Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

Bid 6 parcels

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and property

From: Surplus Land Bid To: Steve Stone Subject: Surplus Land Bid: Parcel 224EA012 L-12 FOX TROT RIDGE PLAT U/13 Date: Tuesday, December 17, 2019

9:26:00 AM
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, zoning, surplus, and property

CAUTION: This email originated from outside of Brunswick County Government. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender

and know the content is safe.
Tagged Passions:recognition

WILLIAM EUGENE BELLAMY, JR (910) 443-1811 bbellamy@atmc.net 20 QUEENS, PO BOX 2169, SHALLOTTE, NC, 28459, United States Parcel 224EA012 L-12 FOX TROT

RIDGE PLAT U/13 Bid Amount: 3000 Optional Additional Comments:
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, zoning, and property

THIS PROPERTY IS LANDLOCKED AND HAS NO EASEMENT BUT ADJOINS MY PROPERTY AT 1400 HICKMAN RD. CALABASH, NC 28467.

Tagged Passions:property and easement

From: Surplus Land Bid To: Steve Stone Subject: Surplus Land Bid: Parcel 157KG00307 Date: Monday, December 9, 2019 12:43:38 PM

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, surplus, and property

CAUTION: This email originated from outside of Brunswick County Government. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender

and know the content is safe.
Tagged Passions:recognition

Edward G. Grogan (201) 414-4419 egrogan@gmail.com 32 Grantwood Rd., 9163, Wayne, NJ, 07470, United States Parcel 157KG00307 Bid Amount: 15100

Optional Additional Comments:
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and property

From: Surplus Land Bid To: Steve Stone Subject: Surplus Land Bid: Parcel 217LB065 Date: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 11:05:54 AM

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, surplus, and property

CAUTION: This email originated from outside of Brunswick County Government. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender

and know the content is safe.
Tagged Passions:recognition

Dean Whitten (352) 536-0484 deanawhitten01@yahoo.com 3586 Cormaorant circle, Southport, Nc, 28461, United States Parcel 217LB065 Bid Amount: 3500.00

Optional Additional Comments:
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and property

From: Ed Grogan To: Steve Stone Subject: Bulk property bid Date: Friday, January 3, 2020 7:32:01 AM

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and property

CAUTION: This email originated from outside of Brunswick County Government. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender

and know the content is safe.
Tagged Passions:recognition

Mr. Stone,

I would like to bid 7,200 for the six parcels below. Please submit for Committee review.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and property

214MA143, 214MA144, 214MA145, 214MA146, 214MA134, 214MA149

As always thank you for your assistance. Best regards Ed Grogan Gowanus LLC

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

January 21, 2020

Action Item V. - 5. From: Andrea White

Board Appointment - Fireman's Relief Fund Trustees

Tagged Passions:appointments

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners consider approving the nomination of Brenda Reeves as the Local Fireman's Relief Fund

Trustee representing Sunset Harbor/Zion Hill Fire Department.
Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts, ports, and boating

Background/Purpose of Request: On September 19, 2016, the Commissioners approved the Local Fireman's Relief Fund Trustees in accordance with the NC

Rural Fire District Report of Fire Conditions required by N.C.G.S. 58-84-46 and as nominated by the Fire Departments. Mr. Miles Edge and Mr. Donald Tuttle were nominated and approved to represent Sunset Harbor/Zion Hill Fire Department.
Tagged Passions:rural, fire departments and districts, ports, and boating

Sunset Harbor/Zion Hill Fire Department has notified staff that Mr. Edge recently passed away. The Department wishes to nominate Ms. Brenda Reeves to

fill this vacancy. Once approved, the Department can certify the roster and relief fund trustees as required by N.C.G.S. 58-84-46.
Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts, ports, and boating

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners consider approving the nomination of Brenda Reeves as the Local Fireman's

Relief Fund Trustee representing Sunset Harbor/Zion Hill Fire Department.
Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts, ports, boating, administrator, and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Application - Brenda Reeves Local Fireman's Relief Fund Trustee - 2016

APPROVED

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

September 19, 2016

Action Item ' V - 2. From: Finance - Fireman' s Relief Fund Trustees Julie A. Miller

Tagged Passions:finance

Issue /Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the Local Fireman' s Relief Fund Trustees in accord with

the NC Rural Fire District Report of Fire Conditions required by N.C. G. S. 58 -8446 and as nominated by the Fire Departments.

Tagged Passions:rural and fire departments and districts

Background/ Purpose of Request:

Nominations:

Boiling Spring Lakes Darrell Bryant and Raymond Farewell Calabash Jennings Edge and Warren Howell Civietown Mark Hewett and Jerome Munna

Grissettown /Longwood - Kenneth Grissett and John Pollock Leland Warren Frazier and John Crowder

Northwest David Selke and Granville Wrench Oak Island Howie Franklin and Jerome Ikalowych Ocean Isle Beach Curtiss Pritchard and Buddy Russell

Shallotte David Moore and Rebecca Hawes Shallotte Point Sally Scott and Joe Pigott Southport Paul Fisher and Rob Gandy St. James Paul Maguire and Shelley Lesher Sunset Beach Lori Pearce and Allen Rundall Sunset Harbor / Zion Hill Miles Edge and Donald Tuttle
Tagged Passions:beach, ports, and boating

Supply Al Parker and Theresa Bailey Tri -Beach William Todd and George Schramm Waccamaw Ralph King and JoAnn Simmons Winnabow John Henry and Glenn

Kye Yaupon Chad Hicks and Linda Bethune
Tagged Passions:beach

Fiscal Impact:

Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal

Advisory Board Recommendation: Recommended by the Fire Departments

Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts

County Manager' s Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners approve the Local Fireman' s Relief Fund Trustees in accord with the NC

Rural Fire District Report of Fire Conditions required by N.C. G. S. 58 -84- 46 and as nominated by the Fire Departments.
Tagged Passions:rural, fire departments and districts, administrator, and manager

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

January 21, 2020

Action Item V. - 6. From: Andrea White

Board Appointment - Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee - District 4 and Two At-Large

Tagged Passions:appointments and seniors

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners make the following reappointments to the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community

Advisory Committee:
Tagged Passions:seniors

Mr. John Walz to the District 4 seat for a 3-year term expiring February 1, 2023 Ms. Colleen Combs to an At-Large seat for a 3-year term expiring

February 1, 2023 Ms. Ashley Wells to an At-Large seat for a 3-year term expiring February 18, 2023

Background/Purpose of Request: Mr. John Walz's and Ms. Collen Combs' 3-year terms on the Nursing Home Advisory Committee expire February 1, 2020. Ms.

Ashley Wells' initial 1-year term on the Nursing Home Advisory Committee expires February 18, 2020.
Tagged Passions:seniors

The Regional LTC Ombudsman has recommended the reappointment of all three members to this Committee.

If reappointed, Mr. Walz serves a 3-year term as the District 4 appointee, expiring February 1, 2023. If reappointed, Ms. Combs serves a 3-year term

as an At-Large appointee, expiring February 1, 2023. If reappointed, Ms. Wells serves a 3-year term as an At-Large appointee, expiring February 18, 2023.
Tagged Passions:appointments

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend the Board of Commissioners make the following reappointments to the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community

Advisory Committee:
Tagged Passions:seniors, administrator, and manager

Mr. John Walz to the District 4 seat for a 3-year term expiring February 1, 2023 Ms. Colleen Combs to an At-Large seat for a 3-year term expiring

February 1, 2023 Ms. Ashley Wells to an At-Large seat for a 3-year term expiring February 18, 2023

ATTACHMENTS: Description Nursing Home Committee Roster (as of 12/16/2019)

Tagged Passions:seniors

Name District Appointment Date Term Expiration Date Serving Since Holly Brenneman 1 3/19/2018 3 3/19/2021 2017 Carol Sutter 2 10/21/2019 3 10/7/2022

2012 Arlene Rushin 3 12/16/2019 3 1/1/2023 2003 John Walz 4 2/20/2017 3 2/1/2020 2013 Eileen Clyne 5 4/2/2019 3 4/16/2022 2018 Barbara Voorhees at-large 3/18/2019 3 2/1/2022 2014 Sheila Umbricht (unexp.) at-large 7/17/2017 3 7/1/2020 2013 Ashley Wells at-large 2/18/2019 1 2/18/2020 2019 Colleen Combs at-large 2/20/2017 3 2/1/2020 2015 Mary DuGan (unexp) at-large 8/5/2019 1 8/5/2020 2019
Tagged Passions:appointments

Mission To monitor the Patient's Bill of Rights for residents in nursing homes in Brunswick County; to provide increased social interaction and

opportunities for enrichment for these adults; to assist in preventing physical and psychological deterioration of these older adults by promoting independence; to evaluate the activities of the nursing homes so that they meet the needs of the older adults in Brunswick County; to promote community understanding of the aging process and of the needs, problems, strengths and resources of older persons; to report to the Brunswick Commissioners the status of the Committee.
Tagged Passions:seniors

Membership All members serve 3-year terms after the initial 1-year term. At least 7 members, appointed by the Board of Commissioners (1 from each

district; all additional are at-large members) Each member must be a resident of the county which the committee serves.
Tagged Passions:appointments

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Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

January 21, 2020

Action Item V. - 7. From: Andrea White

Board Appointment - Voluntary Agricultural District

Tagged Passions:appointments and agriculture

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners consider the recommendation from Cooperative Extension to appoint Mr. James Jim C.

Stanaland to the Voluntary Agricultural District Board.
Tagged Passions:appointments and agriculture

Background/Purpose of Request: Cooperative Extension has recommended Mr. James Jim C. Stanaland as their appointee to the Voluntary Agricultural

District Board due to the resignation of Mr. Pearly Vereen. If appointed, Mr. Stanaland will fill the unexpired term that expires June 30, 2020.
Tagged Passions:appointments and agriculture

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: Yes

Tagged Passions:legal

County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners consider the recommendation from Cooperative Extension to appoint Mr.

James Jim C. Stanaland to the Voluntary Agricultural District Board.
Tagged Passions:appointments, agriculture, administrator, and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Application - Jim Stanaland Voluntary Agricultural District Board Roster

Tagged Passions:agriculture

Name Category Appt. Date Term Expiration Date Serving Since Charles Carroll (unexp) Soil Water 7/16/2018 3 6/30/2021 2009 Travis Potter (unexp.) Farm

Bureau 8/5/2019 3 6/30/2022 2019 Vacant Co-Op Ext. 2/6/2017 3 6/30/2020 2001 Jody Clemmons (unexp) Farm Service Agency 7/16/2018 3 6/30/2021 2009 Marc Green At-Large 2/6/2017 3 6/30/2020 2017
Tagged Passions:appointments, agriculture, utility, Utility, and water

Mission To promote the health, safety, rural agricultural values, and general welfare of the county, and more specifically, increase identity and

pride in the agricultural community and its way of life; encourage the economic and financial health of farming; increase protection from undesirable, non-farm development; and increase the protection of farms from nuisance suits and other negative impacts on properly managed farms.
Tagged Passions:health, rural, finance, agriculture, development, and Development

Membership All members serve 3-year terms 5 members appointed by the Board of Commissioners 4 members actively engaged in farming 1 member appointed

by the Board of Commissioners from names submitted by each of the following: Brunswick Soil and Water Conservation District, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, the Farm Service Agency Committee and the Brunswick County Farm Bureau 1 member with special interest, experience or education in agriculture and/or rural land preservation
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Voluntary Agricultural District Board

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Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

January 21, 2020

Action Item V. - 8. From: Andrea White

Clerk to the Board - Meeting Minutes

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the draft minutes from the December 16, 2019 Regular Meeting.

Background/Purpose of Request:

Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney:

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County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Board of Commissioners approve the draft minutes from the December 16, 2019 Regular Meeting.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Draft Minutes - 2019-12-16 Regular Meeting

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

OFFICIAL MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING

DECEMBER 16, 2019

6:00 P.M.

The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners met in Regular Session on the above date at 6:00

p.m., Commissioners Chambers, David R. Sandifer Administration Building, County Government

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Center, Bolivia, North Carolina.

PRESENT: Commissioner Frank Williams, Chairman Commissioner Randy Thompson, Vice-Chairman Commissioner J. Martin Cooke Commissioner Pat Sykes

Commissioner Mike Forte

STAFF: Randell Woodruff, County Manager Steve Stone, Deputy County Manager Bob Shaver, County Attorney Julie Miller, Finance Director Andrea White,

Clerk to the Board Jared Galloway, Deputy Clerk to the Board Meagan Kascsak, Public Information Officer Lt. Jeff Beck, Sheriff s Office
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Board Action, containing all items in this set of minutes, is filed within the Clerk to the Board s office.

I. CALL TO ORDER

Chairman Williams called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

II. INVOCATION/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Commissioner Cooke gave the Invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

III. ADJUSTMENTS/APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Chairman Williams asked for any adjustments to the agenda. No adjustments were requested.

Commissioner Cooke moved to approve the agenda. The motion was seconded by Vice-Chairman Thompson and the vote of approval was unanimous.

IV. PUBLIC COMMENTS

Chairman Williams briefly reviewed the Public Comments Policy and called those who had signed up to speak. The following individuals addressed the

Board:
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1. Mr. Eric Edgerton, resident of Ocean Isle Beach, spoke in opposition to the NCDOT Project

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5876 extending South Carolina 31 into North Carolina and encouraged the Board of Commissioners to pass a resolution against Project 5876.

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2. Ms. Judy Droitcour, resident of Caswell Beach, spoke in opposition to offshore drilling and asked the Board to rethink their position on offshore

drilling.
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3. Mr. Larry Clemmons, resident of Supply, spoke in reference to ongoing violence and illegal deer hunting by a group of local hunters in the

community in which he lives. Mr. Clemmons stated that the community would like clarification on issues regarding their safety and referenced a list of questions he provided to the Clerk prior to the meeting.
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Chairman Williams informed Mr. Clemmons that he had provided the information to the County Attorney and asked that he and the Sheriff s attorney

follow up with him.
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4. Ms. Kym Stewart, resident of Oak Island, spoke in opposition to offshore drilling/seismic blasting and asked the Board to put this item on the

agenda.

5. Ms. Martha Johnson, resident of Southport, spoke in opposition to offshore drilling and asked the Board for a resolution opposing seismic blasting

and offshore drilling.

V. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

Chairman Williams asked for a motion on the Consent Agenda.

Commissioner Forte moved to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. The motion was seconded by Vice-Chairman Thompson and the vote of approval was

unanimous.

The following items were approved:

1. Administration - Special Meeting with Brunswick Community College Board of

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Trustees

Called a Special Meeting with the Brunswick Community College Board of Trustees, to be held on January 16, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. in Room 209 at Brunswick

Community College Leland Campus, for the purpose of receiving updates on the Brunswick Guarantee and various other programs and initiatives, and authorized the Clerk to advertise the meeting.
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2. Administration - Surplus Property Offers for Upset Bid Process Accepted, subject to the upset bid process, offers that were submitted for surplus

parcels that met the value parameters previously established by the Board.
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Parcel Location Size Tax Value Acquired Cost Bid

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157KG00307 Poplar Rd., BSL .24 acre 15,000.00 11-2-2018 1,946.18 15,100.00

157AA056 Mission Rd., BSL .24 acre 11,000.00 9-29-2017 4,161.67 11,001.00

3. Board Appointment - Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory

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Committee - District 3 Reappointed Ms. Arlene Rushin to the District 3 seat on the Nursing Home Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee for a

3-year term expiring January 1, 2023.
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4. Clerk to the Board - Meeting Minutes Approved the draft minutes from the December 2, 2019 Regular Meeting.

5. County Attorney - Amend Contract and Purchasing Policy Approved amendments to Brunswick County Contract and Purchasing Policy.

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6. County Attorney - Easements to Leland for Multi-Path Project

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