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.
-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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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
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.