NC - Greenville: CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Issues discussed this meeting include:

CITY COUNCIL MEETING

6:00 PM City Council Chambers

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I.
Call Meeting To Order

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II.
Invocation - Council Member Litchfield

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III.
Pledge of Allegiance

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IV.
Roll Call

V. Approval of Agenda VI. Public Comment Period The Public Comment Period is a period reserved for comments by the public. Items that were or are scheduled to be the subject of public hearings conducted at the same meeting or another meeting during the same week shall not be discussed. A total of 30 minutes is allocated with each individual

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being allowed no more than 3 minutes. Individuals who registered with the City Clerk to speak will

speak in the order registered until the allocated 30 minutes expires. If time remains after all persons

who registered have spoken, individuals who did not register will have an opportunity to speak until

the allocated 30 minutes expires.

VII.
Special Recognitions

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Tagged Interests: recognition

1.
Cheryl Tafoya - Public Works Department Retiree

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Tagged Interests: retirement, Public Works, and public works

2.
Bryant Beddard - Graduate of Executive Fire Officer Program

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Tagged Interests: program

VIII.
Appointments

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Tagged Interests: appointments

3.
Appointments to Boards and Commissions

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IX.
Consent Agenda

4.
Resolution accepting dedication of rights-of-way and easements for Langston West Phase 11 Section 1; Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 2 Lots 70-78; and Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 4 Lots 58, 60, 65, and 66

Tagged Interests: subdivision and easement

5.
Approval of application for a North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund (PARTF) grant in support of the development of an Adventure Park

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: grant, development, parks, Development, and recreation

6.
Town Creek Culvert Change Order - 8th Street Outfall

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Tagged Interests: streets and stormwater

7.
Grant of Utilities Easement for historic Jones-Lee House

8. Grant of Amendment to Easement to Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. for a Flare Site on Greenville Utilities Commission's Wastewater Treatment Plant Property

Tagged Interests: grant, sewer, boards and commissions, utility, historic, Utility, natural gas, plant, property, and easement

9.
Grant of Easement to Restoration Systems, LLC for the Greenville Utilities Commission Nutrient Bank

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Tagged Interests: grant, boards and commissions, utility, Utility, and easement

X.
New Business

Public Hearings

Tagged Interests: business and hearing

10.
Ordinance to annex the Greenville Utilities Commission Westside Regional Pump

Station involving 0.9796 acres located 1,800+/- feet north of West 5th Street and 75 feet west of Paladin Place Duplexes.

Tagged Interests: ordinance, boards and commissions, streets, utility, Utility, and annexation

11.
Ordinance requested by Bobby W. Joyner to rezone 7.426 acres located on the south side of East Fire Tower Road east of Kittrell Road from RA20 (Residential- Agricultural) to OR (Office-Residential [High Density Multi-Family])

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, agriculture, zoning, cell tower, and Cell tower

12.
Ordinance requested by the Planning and Development Services Department to amend the City Code by altering regulations related to flag size and permitted locations

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Tagged Interests: planning, regulation, ordinance, development, services, and Development

13.
Ordinance to designate the Frank Wilson Store, located at 401 Evans Street and 100 East Fourth Street and further identified as Pitt County Tax Parcel Numbers 38900 and 85107, as a Local Historic Landmark

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, taxes, Taxes, historic, property, and commercial

Other Items of Business

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14.
Presentation on Census 2020 activities

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XI.
City Manager's Report

XII. Comments from Mayor and City Council

Tagged Interests: council, administrator, and manager

XIII.
Adjournment

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City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Appointments to Boards and Commissions

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

Explanation: Abstract: The City Council fills vacancies and makes appointments on the City's boards and commissions. Appointments are scheduled to be made to three of the boards and commissions.

Explanation: City Council appointments need to be made to the Human Relations Council, Police Community Relations Committee, and the Youth Council. The City Council updated the Board and Commission Policy on October 9, 2017 to include a provision for extended vacancies: Nominations for Extended Vacancies In the event there is a vacancy on a City board or commission which has been on the City Council agenda for appointment by City Council for more than three (3) calendar months in which a regular City Council meeting has been held, then any Council Member may make a nomination to fill the vacancy without regard to any other provision relating to who has the authority to make the nomination. If there is more than one nomination, the appointment shall be conducted in accordance with the procedure for nominations and elections in Robert s Rules of Order. Under this provision, the following seats are open to nominations from the City Council:

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, voting, public safety, election, procedure, events, policy, and youth

Maurice Whitehurst - Human Relations Council Greg Rubel -Police Community Relations Committee 8 spots on the Youth Council

Fiscal Note: No direct fiscal impact Recommendation: Make appointments to the Human Relations Council, Police Community Relations Committee, and the Youth Council. ATTACHMENTS: Appointment_List_1124570

Tagged Interests: council, appointments, public safety, and youth

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Appointments to Boards and Commissions

Human Relations Council Current Reappointment Expiration Name District Term Status Date
Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, and appointments

Martin Montelongo 1 Filling unexpired term Not seeking Sept. 2019

2nd term Maurice Whitehurst 2 Second term Did not meet Oct. 2015 (Pitt Community College) attendance Requirement Police Community Relations Committee Council Liaison: Council Member Will Bell Current Reappointment Expiration Name District Term Status Date

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Greg Rubel 2 Second term Resigned October 2020

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(Council Member Will Bell)

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Youth Council

Current Reappointment Expiration

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Name Term Status Date

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spots open

*Seats that are open to nomination from the City Council are highlighted. Attachment Number 1 Page 1 of 4 Item 3
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Applicants for

Human Relations Council Alaric Martin Application Date: 9/4/2018 3195 Boardwalk Lane Apt. 9 Greenville, NC 27834 Home Phone: (919) 924-1631 Business Phone: District : 2 Email: amartin@gmail.com
Tagged Interests: business and council

Keshia B. Williams Application Date: 4/24/2018 945 Spring Forest Rd. Greenville, NC Home Phone: 252-558-3620 Business Phone: District : 4 Email: williak5@pitt.k12.nc.us

Travis Williams Application Date: 4/16/2017 3408 Evans Street Apt. E Greenville, NC 27834 Home Phone: (252) 412-4584 Business Phone: District : 5 Email: taft1986@yahoo.com Stephanie Winfield Application Date: 7/14/2017 1103 Red Banks Road Greenville, NC Home Phone: Business Phone: District : 4 Email: ladona12@gmail.com Tyrone Walston Application Date: 12/10/2019 2706 Webb Street Business Phone: (252) 752-6154 Greenville, NC 27834 Home Phone: (252) 412-7351 District : 2 Email: walston.tyrone@gmail.com CandidateType: City Arcina Dixon Application Date: 12/16/2019 4016 Dublin Road Business Phone: Winterville, NC 28590 Home Phone: (252) 227-8556 District : 5 Email: dixona73@gmail.com CandidateType: City Attachment Number 1 Page 2 of 4 Item 3

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Applicants for

Police Community Relations Committee None.
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Attachment Number 1 Page 3 of 4 Item 3

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Youth Council

DyQuan Bunns Application Date: 2/4/2020 3202 Westgate Drive Business Phone: Greenville, NC 27834 Home Phone: (252) 341-3626 District : 1 Email: bunnsdy@students.pittschools. CandidateType: Student Attachment Number 1 Page 4 of 4 Item 3

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City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Resolution accepting dedication of rights-of-way and easements for Langston West Phase 11 Section 1; Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 2 Lots 70-78; and Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 4 Lots 58, 60, 65, and 66

Tagged Interests: subdivision and easement

Explanation: In accordance with the City's Subdivision regulations, rights-of-way and easements have been dedicated for Langston West Phase 11 Section 1 (Map Book 84 at Page 136); Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 2 Lots 70-78 (Map Book 85 at Page 41); and Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 4 Lots 58, 60, 65, and 66 (Map Book 83 at Page 114). A resolution accepting the dedication of the aforementioned rights-of-way and easements is attached for City Council consideration. The final plats showing the rights-of-way and easements are also attached.

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Tagged Interests: regulation, council, zoning, subdivision, and easement

Fiscal Note: Funds for the maintenance of these rights-of-way and easements are included within the FY 2019-2020 budget.

Recommendation: City Council adopt the attached resolution accepting dedication of rights-of-way and easements for Langston West Phase 11 Section 1; Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 2 Lots 70-78; and Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 4 Lots 58, 60, 65, and 66. ATTACHMENTS: March_2020_Right_of_Way_Resolution_1124460 Langston West Bent Creek Ph 2 Bent Creek Ph 4

Tagged Interests: funding, council, budget, subdivision, and easement

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FILE: CITY OF GREENVILLE

RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING DEDICATION TO THE PUBLIC OF RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND EASEMENTS ON SUBDIVISION PLATS WHEREAS, G.S. 160A-374 authorizes any City Council to accept by resolution any dedication made to the public of land or facilities for streets, parks, public utility lines, or other public purposes, when the lands or facilities are located within its subdivision-regulation jurisdiction; and
Tagged Interests: regulation, council, streets, utility, Utility, zoning, subdivision, parks, and easement

WHEREAS, the Subdivision Review Board of the City of Greenville has acted to approve the final plats

named in this resolution, or the plats or maps that predate the Subdivision Review Process; and WHEREAS, the final plats named in this resolution contain dedication to the public of lands or facilities for streets, parks, public utility lines, or other public purposes; and WHEREAS, the Greenville City Council finds that it is in the best interest of the public health, safety, and general welfare of the citizens of the City of Greenville to accept the offered dedication on the plats named in this resolution. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Greenville, North Carolina:

Tagged Interests: health, council, streets, utility, Utility, zoning, subdivision, and parks

Section 1. The City of Greenville accepts the dedication made to the public of lands or facilities for

streets, parks, public utility lines, or other public purposes offered by, shown on, or implied in the following approved subdivision plats: Langston West Phase 11 Section 1 Map Book 84 Page 136 Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 2 Lots 70-78 Map Book 85 Page 41 Bent Creek Subdivision Phase 4 Lots 58, 60, 65 and 66 Map Book 83 Page 114
Tagged Interests: streets, utility, Utility, zoning, subdivision, and parks

Section 2. Acceptance of dedication of lands or facilities shall not place on the City any duty to open,

operate, repair, or maintain any street, utility line, or other land or facility except as provided by the ordinances,
Tagged Interests: ordinance, facility, streets, utility, and Utility

regulations or specific acts of the City, or as provided by the laws of the State of North Carolina.

Section 3. Acceptance of the dedications named in this resolution shall be effective upon adoption of this resolution.
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Adopted the 12th day of March, 2020.

P.
J. Connelly, Mayor

ATTEST: _______________________________________

Valerie Shiuwegar, City Clerk

Attachment Number 1 Page 1 of 2 Item 4

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NORTH CAROLINA

PITT COUNTY I, Betty U. Moseley, Notary Public for said County and State, certify that Valerie Shiuwegar personally came before me this day and acknowledged that she is the City Clerk of the City of Greenville, a municipality, and that by authority duly given and as the act of the municipality, the foregoing instrument was signed in its name by its Mayor, sealed with the corporate seal, and attested by herself as its City Clerk.

WITNESS my hand and official seal this the 12th day of March, 2020.

Notary Public My Commission Expires: 1124460 Attachment Number 1 Page 2 of 2 Item 4 Attachment Number 2 Page 1 of 1 Item 4 Attachment Number 3 Page 1 of 1 Item 4 Attachment Number 4 Page 1 of 1 Item 4
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City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Approval of application for a North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund (PARTF) grant in support of the development of an Adventure Park

Tagged Interests: grant, development, parks, Development, and recreation

Explanation: Abstract: The Tar River Legacy Plan recommends acquiring riverside lake lands to expand recreational opportunities. Such lands will be used to create a unique adventure park, and staff wishes to apply for a NC PARTF grant in support of this initiative.

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Tagged Interests: grant, watershed, parks, and recreation

Explanation: The Tar River Legacy Plan, completed in 2014, included recommended actions intended to promote more interaction with the Tar River and increase the benefits Greenville receives from its proximity to the river. Two recommendations relate to the development of a riverside adventure park.

In support of this initiative, the City recently acquired 163 acres of Phil Carroll Estate properties located on the north bank of the Tar River near the 264 bypass. Funds used for the purchase ( 400,000, 115,000 of which was a gift to the City) may be used as a match for this grant.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, development, purchasing, watershed, parks, and Development

Staff is requesting City Council's approval to apply for a 2020 NC PARTF grant in support of the development of such a riverside park. Permission is requested to apply for a 50/50 matching grant of up to 500,000 in support of the development of this park.

Tagged Interests: grant, council, development, parks, and Development

At their meeting on February 12, 2020, members of the Greenville Recreation and Parks Commission approved applying for a NC PARTF grant for this project, and recommend similar action by the Greenville City Council.

Tagged Interests: grant, council, boards and commissions, parks, and recreation

Fiscal Note: Funds used for the purchase of the recently acquired riverside acreage ( 400,000), may be used as a match for this grant. Any additional matching funds required (maximum of 100,000) have been identified within the City's budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, budget, and purchasing

Recommendation: Approve applying for a North Carolina PARTF grant in 2020 in support of the development of an adventure park.

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Tagged Interests: grant, development, parks, and Development

City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Town Creek Culvert Change Order - 8th Street Outfall

Tagged Interests: streets and stormwater

Explanation: Abstract: The 8th Street Stormwater Outfall drains approximately 20 acres of the Arts District. The outfall is undersized and in poor condition. These change orders to the Town Creek Culvert Drainage Improvement Project are for the removal and replacement of this outfall.

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Tagged Interests: streets, arts, poverty, and stormwater

Explanation: The 8th Street Stormwater Outfall drains approximately 20 acres of the Arts District. This outfall was investigated by the Engineering Department as a result of research for the Dickinson Avenue Modernization Project being completed by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (U-5606). The video of the culvert revealed the current outfall was in poor condition. Several locations had been repaired, and severe longitudinal cracking and utility conflicts were also noted. In addition, as a result of increased development west of Dickinson Avenue, this outfall is undersized and cannot convey the 10 year design storm.

Tagged Interests: drugs, streets, arts, utility, development, Utility, transportation, Development, poverty, and stormwater

Two change orders have been developed, and are attached, for the removal and replacement of this system under the current contracts for the Town Creek Culvert . The first one is with Trader Construction for the construction of the 8th Street Outfall, and the second one is with WK Dickson for construction administration and observation.

Fiscal Note: Funding for these change orders will be provided by the Stormwater Utility and Greenville Utility Commission (GUC) as identified below. SW Utility GUC CO 1 Trader 803,369.50 228,555.00 CO 2 WK Dickson 138,955.00 39,532.00 Recommendation: City Council consider the information provided and approve two change orders to the Town Creek Culvert Drainage Improvement Project contracts. One is with Trader Construction for the construction of the 8th Street Outfall for 1,031,924.50 and a 10 contingency of 103,192.50 for a total of 1,135,117.00. The second one is with WK Dickson for construction administration and observation for 178,487.00. ATTACHMENTS: 8th Street CO for Construction 8th Street CO for CA Services Attachment Number 1 Page 1 of 4 Item 6 PO Dra we r 1578, Ne w Be rn, NC 28563 Te le : (252) 633-2424 Fa x: (252) 634-9718 www.tra d e rc o nstruc tio n.c o m
Tagged Interests: funding, construction, council, boards and commissions, streets, utility, Utility, contract, services, and stormwater

CHANGE ORDER No. 7 WEST 8th STREET EXPANDED STORM DRAIN

Bid Item Description Unit Price

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900 Stockpiling Non-Hazardous Contaminated Soil 0.00 1000 Loading Hazardous Contaminated Soil 0.00

These items were deleted to account for no anticipated contamination as found by Catlin Engineers and Scientists. Bid Item Description Unit Price

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1950 Culvert Removal Disposal 105.00

This item was added to reflect the actual work being completed. With the addition of this bid item we were able to reduce the pricing for Bid Item 2300 48 RC Pipe Culvert, Class III as the demolition for the existing culvert we are replacing was included in the installation of the new storm drain. Bid Item Description Unit Price
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2300 48 RC Pipe Culvert, Class III 315.00

The costs increase above our bid item rate associated with this line item reflects a larger quantity of pipe with more waste associated with multiple runs of pipe. Other items for consideration are depth/backfill, more boxes to make up with, grout, brick, parget, etc. Original bid quantity was for only one run of 48 RCP (19 LF). Furthermore, we agreed to install the added 48 RCP, Class IV (JB 18-8) for the same unit costs as the 48 RCP, Class III thus giving the City of Greenville the benefit of the lesser unit cost. Bid Item Description Unit Price 5200 Masonry Drainage Structures 5,725.00 The costs associated with this reflects the larger boxes required for the 48 RC Pipe. We cannot maintain our unit pricing for the construction of the these larger 48 RC Pipe structures. The anticipated schedule is to begin the work once our work on the RSC is complete between 3rd and 4th Streets.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, construction, streets, and stormwater

Please review and issue the work modification as outlined.

Regards, TRADER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY David Stevick, PE Project Manager DFS Attachments Attachment Number 1 Page 2 of 4 Item 6 Page 1 of 2 Tra d e r C o nstruc tio n C o m p a ny PO Dra we r 1578 Ne w Be rn , NC 28563 Ph . (252) 633-2424 Fa x: (252) 634-9718

Tagged Interests: construction and manager

To: Cit y of Greenvil le Attn: Ms. Lisa Kirby

Address: 1500 Beat t y St Phone: (252) 329-4683

Greenvil le, NC 27834 Fax: (252) 329-4535

Project: 2020-02-25 Town Creek Cuvlert West 8t h St reet

Biditem Code Description Quan Unit Unit Price Ext Price *****DIVISION A*****

100 MOBILIZATION 1.000 LS 126,025.00 126,025.00

110 UTLITY COORDINATION 1.000 LS 32,500.00 32,500.00

200 CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING 1.000 LS 52,500.00 52,500.00

300 CONSRTUCTION AS-BUILTS 1.000 LS 7,500.00 7,500.00
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400 GRADING 1.000 LS 68,500.00 68,500.00

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500 UNDERCUT EXCAVATION 35.000 CY 36.00 1,260.00

600 REMOVAL OF EXSITNG ASPHALT PAVEMENT 1,600.000 SY 7.25 11,600.00

700 SELECT GRANULAR MATERIAL 650.000 CY 50.00 32,500.00

1100 FOUNDATION CONDITIONING MATERIAL, MINOR

STRUCTURES 60.000 TON 45.00 2,700.00

1200 FOUNDATION CONDINTIONING GEOTEXTILE,

MINOR 160.000 SY 3.00 480.00

1950 CULVERT REMOVAL 400.000 LF 105.00 42,000.00

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2000 48 RC PIPE CULVERTS, CLASS III 404.000 LF 315.00 127,260.00

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2400 15 RC PIPE CULVERTS, CLASS IV 12.000 LF 128.00 1,536.00

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2500 18 RC PIPE CULVERTS, CLASS IV 24.000 LF 100.00 2,400.00

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2600 24 RC PIPE CULVERTS, CLASS IV 36.000 LF 402.00 14,472.00

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3200 PIPE REMOVAL 400.000 LF 45.00 18,000.00

3700 AGGREGATE BASE COURSE 675.000 TON 38.00 25,650.00

3800 INCIDENTAL STONE BASE 20.000 TON 25.00 500.00

4000 INCIDENTAL MILLING 35.000 SY 20.25 708.75

4200 ASPHALT CONC INTERMEDIATE COURSE. TYPE I19.0C

365.000 TON 93.30 34,054.50

4300 ASPAHLT CONC SURFACE COURSE, TYPE S 9.5C 135.000 TON 93.75 12,656.25

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4400 ASPAHLT BINDER FOR PLANT MIX 30.000 TON 594.10 17,823.00

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5000 PIPE PLUGS 0.500 CY 5,000.00 2,500.00

5100 FLOWABLE FILL 8.000 CY 242.00 1,936.00

5200 MASONRY DRIANAGE STRUCTURES 12.000 EA 5,725.00 68,700.00 5300 MASONRY DRIANAGE STRUCTURES 21.000 LF 187.00 3,927.00

5600 STANDARD CATCH BASIN ASSEMBLY FRAM, HOOD GRATE

5.000 EA 650.00 3,250.00

5800 FRAME W/ COVER, COG STD 614.03 7.000 EA 595.00 4,165.00

6900 2'-6 CONCRETE CURB GUTTER 640.000 LF 31.50 20,160.00

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7100 4 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 460.000 SY 45.00 20,700.00

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7400 6 CONCRETE DRIVEWAY 140.000 SY 70.00 9,800.00

7600 ADJSUTMENT OF METER OR VALVE BOXES 3.000 EA 750.00 2,250.00

8900 WORK ZONE SIGNS (STATIONARY) 136.000 SF 56.00 7,616.00

9000 WORK ZONE SIGNS (BARRICADE MOUNTED) 74.000 SF 15.00 1,110.00

9300 DRUMS 10.000 EA 145.00 1,450.00

9400 BARRICADES (TYPE III) 4.000 LF 95.00 380.00

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10500 THERMOPLASTIC PAVEMENT MARKING LINES (4

120 MILS) 1,150.000 LF 3.50 4,025.00

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11100 PAINT PAVEMENT MARKING LINES (4 ) 1,000.000 LF 2.00 2,000.00

11500 TEMPORARY SILT FENCE 250.000 LF 2.40 600.00

11600 STONE FOR EROSION CONTROL CLASS A 115.000 TON 60.00 6,900.00

11800 SEDIMENT CONTROL STONE 60.000 TON 45.00 2,700.00

12500 1/ 4 HARDWARE CLOTH 800.000 LF 3.50 2,800.00

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13400 RESPOSE FOR EROSION CONTROL 5.000 EA 375.00 1,875.00

13500 CONCRETE WASHOUT STRUCTURE 2.000 EA 950.00 1,900.00 *****SUB TOTAL DIVISION A***** 803,369.50 *****DIVISION B*****

20000 MOBILIZATION 1.000 LS 19,990.00 19,990.00

20200 CONSTRUCTION SURVEY (ASSUME 2.5 ) 1.000 LS 7,800.00 7,800.00

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20300 CONSTRUCTION ASBUILTS (ASSUME 1 ) 1.000 LS 3,750.00 3,750.00

20800 16-INCH DIA RESTRATINED JOINT DUCTILE IRON WATER M 410.000 LF 185.00 75,850.00 21800 DUCTILE IRON FITTINGS 1,000.000 LBS 13.00 13,000.00 22100 WATER SERVICE TAPS (3/ 4 ON 16 ) 4.000 EA 3,480.00 13,920.00
Tagged Interests: construction, utility, Utility, and water

22200 3/ 4 WATER SERVICE LATERAL INSTALLATION 70.000 LF 44.00 3,080.00

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and water

22900 REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF 16 STL WATER MAIN

410.000 LF 26.50 10,865.00
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and water

23800 10 DIP GRAVITY SEWER (8'-10' DEPTH) 130.000 LF 195.00 25,350.00

Tagged Interests: sewer, utility, and Utility

27400 4' ID STANARD EXTENDED BASE MH W/ STD F C (8'-10')

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1.000 EA 4,200.00 4,200.00

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211200 CONNECTION OF 10 GRAVITY SEWER TO EXISITING MH

Tagged Interests: sewer, utility, and Utility

1.000 EA 1,100.00 1,100.00

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213200 UNDERCUT EXCAVATION 20.000 CY 10.00 200.00

213300 SELECT GRANULAR MATERIAL 130.000 CY 25.00 3,250.00

213400 57 STONE, MISC 20.000 CY 53.00 1,060.00

2100000 CONCRETE CRADLE 2.000 EA 5,695.00 11,390.00

2110000 16 DIP WATER LINE VITON GASKET 20.000 EA 855.00 17,100.00

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and water

2111000 TEMP WATER MAIN SERVICES AND REMOVAL 1.000 LS 16,650.00 16,650.00

*****SUB TOTAL DIVISION B***** 228,555.00 Grand Total: 1,031,924.50 Not es:
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, services, and water

1.
) Mobil izat ion includes ut i l i t y coordinat ion and pot hole verif icat ion. No ut i l i t y al lowances are included for

relocat ion services.

Tagged Interests: services

2.
) Const ruct ion Surveying includes vibrat ions monit oring as wel l as preconst ruct ion surveys.

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3.
) Asphal t binder pricing t o be adj ust ed per Town Creek Culvert al lowances.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: stormwater

4.
) Fuel rat e adj ust ment s per Town Creek Culvert al lowances for same l ine i t ems of work.

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Tagged Interests: EMS and stormwater

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) Temporary wat er service(s) are not included. Furt her review and design col laborat ion wit h GUC / Engineers is

required. Temperat ure concerns may dict at e t iming of work.

6.
) Sewer bypassing for associat ed work is not included.

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Tagged Interests: sewer, utility, and Utility

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) We ant icipat e approximat ely four (4) t o f ive (5) mont hs of const ruct ion durat ion.

Attachment Number 1 Page 4 of 4 Item 6

720 Corporate Center Drive

Raleigh, NC 27607 Tel. 919.782.0495 Fax 919.782.9672

www.wkdickson.com Transportation Water Resources Urban Development Geomatics

Tagged Interests: utility, development, Utility, transportation, water, and Development

Ms. Lisa Kirby City of Greenville 1500 Beatty Street Greenville, NC 27834

Tagged Interests: streets

RE: West 8th Street Improvements Construction Observation Additional Services Proposal for Town Creek Culvert Phase II

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Tagged Interests: construction, streets, services, streetscape, and stormwater

Dear Ms. Kirby,

WK Dickson appreciates this opportunity to present to the City of Greenville a construction observation proposal for the West 8th Street Improvements. This project is proposed as additional services under the Town Creek Culvert Phase II project. The West 8th Street Improvements Project is summarized via the plan set submitted as Bulletin Drawing 9 for the Town Creek Culvert Phase III project where the proposed improvements include upgrades to the storm drainage system, 16 waterline, new sewer line, street hardscaping and revised parking striping. This proposal is requesting additional services related to extending the construction observation services for over a 4 month period, which is the expected time frame for the construction of these improvements. The following documents anticipated effort along with assumptions for this proposal. Resident Construction Observation (Hourly) The Engineer will provide full time resident project representative over an additional 4 months to ensure that all duties, responsibilities and authority as outlined in Exhibit D of the original Town Creek Culvert contract is executed per this contract amendment. Per the original contract, this will be an hourly service provided. Resident Construction Observation Management (Hourly) The Engineer will provide management of the full time resident project representative over an additional 4 months to ensure that all duties, responsibilities and authority as outlined in Exhibit D of the original Town Creek Culvert contract is executed per this contract amendment. This will include management of a full time on site residential construction observer who will represent the Engineer and the City for the duration of this contract amendment, which is expected to be 4 months. This effort includes both Rivers and WK Dickson s management time. Per the original contract, this Attachment Number 2 Page 1 of 2 Item 6 Attachment Number 2 Page 2 of 2 Item 6

Tagged Interests: construction, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, watershed, streetscape, parking, and stormwater

City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Grant of Utilities Easement for historic Jones-Lee House

Tagged Interests: grant, utility, historic, Utility, and easement

Explanation: Abstract: Jeremy Law and Kimberly Kulers request approval of a utilities easement across City-owned property for the purpose of providing sewer service to the historic Jones-Lee House.

Explanation: Jeremy Law and Kimberly Kulers are the owners of the historic Jones- Lee House ( House ) located at 304 South Greene Street. The owners request a utilities easement on City-owned parcels 25500 (302 South Greene Street) and 26956. The Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. leases the City- owned property at parcel 25500 and is aware of this request. The owners plan to open a business (restaurant) within the House, and Council in its past actions has shown it supports this proposal. The owners request a utilities easement as indicated on the attached easement which is 10 feet in width, and this easement will allow the House to receive sanitary sewer service from Greenville Utilities Commission. N.C. Gen. Stat. 160A-273 provides, in part, [a] city shall have authority to grant easements over, through, under, or across any city property

Tagged Interests: grant, business, council, sewer, leasing, boards and commissions, streets, utility, restaurants, historic, Utility, property, information technology, easement, and Information Technology

Fiscal Note: There is no expense to the City associated with this request.

Recommendation: Council approve and ratify the conveyance of the Utilities Easement to Jeremy Law and Kimberly Kulers, and authorize the Mayor to execute any related documentation
Tagged Interests: council, utility, Utility, and easement

to consummate the transaction.

ATTACHMENTS: Easement
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Prepared by: Phillip R. Dixon, Attorney PN 25500 Return to: Jeremy Law PN 26956 Kimberly Kulers 6583 Slabtown Road Wilson, North Carolina 27893

NORTH CAROLINA GRANT OF ALL UTILITIES EASEMENT PITT COUNTY AND ACCESS EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, EGRESS, AND REGRESS DATE __________________________

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KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that the undersigned, City of Greenville,

referred to as GRANTOR , for and in consideration of the sum of ONE DOLLAR ( 1.00) and other good and valuable consideration to them in hand paid by Jeremy Law and Kimberly Kulers of 6583 Slabtown Road, Wilson, North Carolina 27893, hereinafter collectively referred to as GRANTEE, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, does hereby grant, for the use of GRANTEE, their heirs, licensees, successors and assigns, the right, privilege and easement to go in, through, under, and upon lands of the GRANTOR located in Greenville Township, Pitt County, North Carolina, and more fully described as follows: A New Permanent Utility Easement ten feet (10 ) more or less, in width, across Tax Parcel No. 25500 and 26956 (according to the records in the Office of the Tax Administration of Pitt County, North Carolina), (Reference is hereby made to Deed Book D-42 at Page 551, Pitt County Public Registry), located by traveling from a North Carolina Geodetic System Monument Plant set at NAD 83/2001 (GRID COORD.) GRID N:208125.891 meters GRID E:756524.918 meters S 47 16 21 E 1,063.58 , more or less, to a point, said point being set at NAD 83/2001 (GRID COORD.) GRID N:208345.828 meters GRID E:756286.804 meters, being located on the southern right-of-way of Third Street, the Point of Beginning; thence from the Point of Beginning, along the Grantor s north property line, and along the southern right-of-way of Third Street, S 72 16 00 E 13.97 , more or less, to a point; cornering, thence S 26 33 00 E 48.08 , more or less, to a point; cornering, thence S 18 27 00 W 75.00 , more or less, to a point; cornering, thence S 26 33 00 E 30.49 , more or less, to a point, said point being the Grantor s south property line, a common boundary with property now or formerly owned by Jeremy Law and Kimberley Kulers, Tax Parcel No. 85596; cornering, thence along and with the Grantor s south property line, N 71 33 00 W 14.14 , more or less, to a point, said point being located S 71 33 00 E 24.67 , more or less, from a common property corner, the southwest corner of Tax Parcel No. 25500 and the northwest corner of Tax Parcel No. 85596; cornering, thence N 26 33 00 W 24.64 , more or less, to a point; cornering, thence N 18 27 00 E 75.00 , more or less, to a point; cornering, thence N 26 33 00 W 53.70 , more or less, to a point, the Point of Beginning, containing 1,534.6 square feet, more or less, all as is shown on that certain plat entitled Easement Survey for Jeremy Law Kimberley Kulers Across the Properties of City of Greenville Deed Book D-42, Page 551 City of Greenville Greenville Township Pitt County North Carolina dated January 30, 2020, prepared by Stephen N. Spruill, Professional Land Surveyor, License No. L-2723, Spruill Associates, Inc., NC Firm No. C-978, 2747 East Tenth Street, Greenville, N.C. 27858, Phone (252) 757-1200, which said plat is marked Exhibit A and is attached hereto and made a part hereof, and to which reference is hereby made for a more particular and accurate description of the easement herein granted. Attachment Number 1 Page 1 of 3 Item 7 and to construct, install, operate and maintain utility line facilities within such easement in a manner suitable to GRANTEE upon, across, under and through said premises within an easement and right of way strip of the width, location and approximate length hereinafter defined and to be utilized by GRANTEE a permanent easement and a temporary construction easement for the public use with the right to do all things necessary or convenient thereto, including the following: (a) the right of officers, agents, and workmen of GRANTEE and its contractors to go to and from said right of way strip at all times over the above described land by such route or routes as shall occasion the least practicable inconvenience to Grantor, including private roads and ways then existing thereon, on foot or by conveyance, with materials, machinery, supplies and equipment as may be desirable; provided that except in emergencies, existing roads and ways thereon shall be used to the extent that they afford ingress and egress to and from the right of way strip; and to construct, reconstruct, work upon, repair, alter, inspect and in general do any other thing necessary or convenient to maintain and operate said lines for the purpose aforesaid; (b) the right and privilege to enter upon the land included in the construction easement hereinabove described for the purpose of constructing said utility line facilities, and the right and privilege at all times to enter upon the land included in the area of the permanent easement hereinabove described for the maintenance and repair of said utility line facilities; (c) the right to install, construct, repair, maintain and operate said utility line facilities, structures and appurtenant facilities of GRANTEE.
Tagged Interests: contractor, grant, construction, equipment, streets, travel, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, zoning, materials, plant, property, license, monuments, and easement

The structures and appurtenant facilities installed by GRANTEE shall be and remain the property of GRANTEE and may be removed by it at any time and from time to time.

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Grantor reserves the right to use the lands in and over which the right of way and easement rights are hereby granted for all purposes not inconsistent with said right of way and easement rights, except that Grantor agrees that (1) no buildings or permanent structures, wells, septic tanks, absorption pits, underground or overhead storage tanks, burial plots, or any other obstruction which might interfere with the construction, maintenance and operation of said utility line facilities shall be placed within the area of said strip without the express written permission of GRANTEE; and (2) the facilities of GRANTEE shall in no way be interfered with or endangered by the Grantor or Grantor's licensees, successors or assigns, without the express written permission of the GRANTEE.

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, grant, construction, utility, Utility, license, and easement

Any notice to be given by one party to the other party hereunder may be delivered or deposited postage prepaid addressed to the following:

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Grantor: City of Greenville, North Carolina P.O. Box 7207 Greenville, North Carolina 27835

Grantee: Jeremy Law Kimberly Kulers 6583 Slabtown Road Wilson, North Carolina 27893

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TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the aforesaid rights, privileges and construction easement unto

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Grantee for such period of time as may be required to complete the construction of said utility line facilities, and thereafter a permanent easement unto Grantee and their heirs, successors, licensees and assigns for the uses and purposes hereinabove set forth.

And Grantor, for the Grantor and for the Grantor's licensees, successors and assigns, covenants to and with Grantee, their heirs, licensees, successors and assigns, that Grantor is lawfully seized of the above described land in fee and has the right to convey the said rights, easements and privileges herein described; that the same is free and clear from any and all encumbrances not satisfactory to Grantee; that Grantee shall have quiet and peaceful possession, use and enjoyment of the aforedescribed easement of right of way, rights and privi- leges; that the Grantor shall execute such further assurances thereof as may be required by Grantee; and Grantor will forever warrant and defend the title to the said easement of right of way, rights and privileges against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever. Attachment Number 1 Page 2 of 3 Item 7 The singular shall include the plural and reference to gender shall include masculine, feminine and neuter. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each Grantor has adopted the word SEAL as its seal and has hereunto set his/her hand and seal, this the day and year first above written.
Tagged Interests: construction, pets, utility, Utility, public safety, animal control, license, gender, and easement

CITY OF GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

By: _____________________________________ P.J. Connelly, Mayor

Attest: _______________________________ Valerie Shiuwegar, City Clerk [OFFICIAL SEAL] NORTH CAROLINA PITT COUNTY

I, _____________________________, a Notary Public of the aforesaid County and State, certify that Valerie Shiuwegar personally came before me this day and acknowledged that she is City Clerk of the City of Greenville, North Carolina, and that by authority duly given and as the act of the City of Greenville, North Carolina, the foregoing instrument was signed in its name by its Mayor, sealed with its official seal and attested by her as its City Clerk.

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WITNESS my hand and official stamp or seal, this the _____ day of ____________, 2020.

___________________________________ NOTARY PUBLIC My Commission Expires: ______________________
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Attachment Number 1 Page 3 of 3 Item 7

City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Grant of Amendment to Easement to Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. for a Flare Site on Greenville Utilities Commission's Wastewater Treatment Plant Property

Tagged Interests: grant, sewer, boards and commissions, utility, Utility, natural gas, plant, property, and easement

Explanation: Abstract: Greenville Utilities Commission seeks granting of amendment to easement to Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. for a flare site on the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) property.

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Tagged Interests: grant, sewer, boards and commissions, utility, Utility, natural gas, plant, property, and easement

Explanation: Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. (PNG) acquired an easement dated October 2018 to install a new section of natural gas main across the WWTP property. An amendment to that easement is requested to allow PNG space for operating and maintaining a flare site. A flare site is used to reduce gas pressure on the system to allow for periodic maintenance. Instead of the gas being released to the atmosphere and creating a potential hazard, it is flared or burned off.

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, natural gas, property, and easement

At its February 20, 2020 regular meeting, the GUC Board of Commissioners approved the granting of the easement amendment with PNG for a flare site on the WWTP property.

Fiscal Note: No costs to the City.
Tagged Interests: grant, property, and easement

Recommendation: Authorize granting of Easement Amendment with Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. for a Flare Site and approve the execution of the easement document.

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Tagged Interests: grant, natural gas, and easement

City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Grant of Easement to Restoration Systems, LLC for the Greenville Utilities Commission Nutrient Bank

Tagged Interests: grant, boards and commissions, utility, Utility, and easement

Explanation: Abstract: Greenville Utilities Commission seeks an easement for the creation of a Nutrient Bank.

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, utility, Utility, and easement

Explanation: The State of North Carolina allows for creation of Nutrient Banks to capture nitrogen and phosphorus from approved acreage to protect surface water quality. Trees are planted along surface water drainage features, Blue Line Streams and approved field ditches, passively capturing and mitigating targeted pollutants, thereby reducing the amount of phosphorus and nitrogen being discharged into the river from land.

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, watershed, plant, trees, and stormwater

The State has a program through the Division of Mitigation Services that allows Nutrient Banks to be permitted and created and for the calculated credits to be allocated to the Conservation Easement project for the pounds of potential nitrogen and phosphorus not discharged to the river.

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Tagged Interests: services, program, Conservation, watershed, and easement

GUC has pursued creation of a Nutrient Bank on the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) property and has partnered with Restoration Systems, LLC to create the Nutrient Bank. Approximately 100 acres of the WWTP property will be planted in trees and shrubs to create a multistory canopy which will capture nitrogen and phosphorus in field surface water runoff. Nutrient credits will be generated and banked. They can be used at a future date where and when needed for Wastewater Nutrient Allocation compliance, incentives for industrial recruitment and construction projects requiring nutrient off-set. GUC will retain 40 of all credits generated by the project. The project is being implemented at no cost to GUC. Once completed and mature, the project will yield aesthetically pleasing acreage that will meet GUC s sustainability goals.

Tagged Interests: construction, sewer, utility, industrial, Utility, water, plant, trees, property, compliance, sustainability, and incentive

Information on this project was presented at a Joint Greenville Utilities Commission Board and City Council meeting in February of 2018.

Additional details about the project are noted below: The entirety of the project acreage (100 acres) is located in the floodplain and within 200 ft. buffer strips along streams and ditches connected to the Tar River. The value of the 100-acre property is estimated to be less than 200,000 in its current state. The value of the GUC Nutrient Bank at full build-out is calculated to be worth 8.2M (at current commodity trading values for Nitrogen and Phosphorus). GUC's retained value of the project is calculated to be 3.3M. A total of 64,900 hardwood trees and shrubs will be planted to create the multi- storied canopy.
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, utility, Utility, watershed, plant, trees, and property

At its February 20, 2020 regular meeting, the GUC Board of Commissioners approved the granting of a conservation easement to Restoration Systems, LLC, authorized the General Manager/CEO to execute any related documentation to consummate the transaction, and recommends similar action by City Council and the Mayor.

Fiscal Note: No costs to the City.
Tagged Interests: grant, council, Conservation, manager, and easement

Recommendation: Authorize the granting of a Conservation Easement to Restoration Systems, LLC and authorize the Mayor to execute any related documentation to consummate the transaction.

Tagged Interests: grant, Conservation, and easement

City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Ordinance to annex the Greenville Utilities Commission Westside Regional Pump

Station involving 0.9796 acres located 1,800+/- feet north of West 5th Street and 75 feet west of Paladin Place Duplexes.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, boards and commissions, streets, utility, Utility, and annexation

Explanation: Abstract: The City received a voluntary annexation petition to annex the Greenville Utilities Commission Westside Regional Pump Station involving 0.9796 acres

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located 1,800+/- feet north of West 5th Street and 75 feet west of Paladin Place Duplexes. The subject area is contains the Westside Regional Pump Station.

ANNEXATION PROFILE
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A.
SCHEDULE

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1.
Advertising date: March 2, 2020

2. City Council public hearing date: March 12, 2020
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3.
Effective date: March 12, 2020

B.
CHARACTERISTICS

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1.
Relation to Primary City Limits: Contiguous

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2.
Relation to Recognized Industrial Area: Outside

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3.
Acreage: 0.9796

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4.
Voting District: 1

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5.
Township: Greenville

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6.
Zoning: MRS (Medical-Residential-Single-family)

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7.
Land Use: Existing: Westside Regional Pump Station Anticipated: Westside Regional Pump Station

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8.
Population:

Formula Number of People Total Current ----- 0 Estimated at full development ----- 0 Current Minority ----- 0 Estimated Minority at full development ----- 0 Current White ----- 0 Estimated White at full development ----- 0

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* average household size

9. Rural Fire Tax District: Red Oak
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10.
Greenville Fire District: Station 1 (Distance of 2.7 miles)

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11.
Present Tax Value: 0 (tax exempt) Estimated Future Tax Value: 0 (tax exempt)

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Fiscal Note: The total estimated tax value at full development is 0 (tax exempt).

Tagged Interests: taxes, Taxes, development, and Development

Recommendation: Approve the attached ordinance to annex the Greenville Utilities Commission Westside Regional Pump Station property

ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance_-_GUC_annex_W_5th_St_1124498 Survey
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1
ORDINANCE NO. 20-

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AN ORDINANCE TO EXTEND THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF

THE CITY OF GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Greenville has been petitioned under G.S. 160A-31, as amended, to annex the area described herein; and WHEREAS, the City Council has directed the City Clerk to investigate the sufficiency of said petition; and WHEREAS, the City Clerk has certified the sufficiency of said petition and a public hearing on the

Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, hearing, and annexation

question of this annexation was held at City Hall at 6:00 p.m. on the 12th day of March, 2020, after due notice

by publication in The Daily Reflector on the 2nd day of March, 2020; and WHEREAS, the City Council does hereby find as a fact that said petition meets the requirements of G.S. 160A-31, as amended. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, DOES ORDAIN: Section 1. That by virtue of the authority vested in the City Council of the City of Greenville, North Carolina, under G. S. 160A-31, as amended, the following described contiguous territory is annexed:
Tagged Interests: council and annexation

TO WIT: Being all of that certain property as shown on the annexation map entitled Greenville

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Utilities Commission, Westside Regional Pump Station , involving 0.9796 acres as

prepared by Spruill Associates, Inc. LOCATION: Situate in Greenville Township, Pitt County, North Carolina, located 1,800+/- feet north
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of West 5th Street and 75 feet west of Paladin Place Duplexes.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Being that certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situate in Greenville Township, Pitt County, North Carolina, being bounded on the southeast by the property of City of Greenville, on the southwest, northwest and northeast by FMM Partnership, and being more particularly described as follows:

Tagged Interests: streets and property

Commencing at an existing iron pipe located at the eastern corner of the intersection of the rights-of-way of Bluff View

Drive and Richard Drive; thence S 32 23'40 W 1,736.70 feet to the center of an existing manhole cover located in the approximate centerline of Mattox Road; thence N 54 08'28 W 199.98 feet to an existing iron pipe on the northeast right-of-way line of NC Highway 43 at the southernmost corner of the property of the City of Greenville as described in

Tagged Interests: streets and property

Deed Book 551, Page 421 of the Pitt County Registry; thence with the southwest line of said City of Greenville property

and the northeast right-of-way line of NC Highway 43 N 51 20'28 W 60.20 feet to an existing iron pipe at the southernmost corner of the property of FMM Partnership as described in Deed Book 735, Page 258 of the Pitt County Registry; thence with the southeast property line said FMM Partnership and the northwest line of the aforementioned City of Greenville property N 34 02'32 E 1,891.11 feet to an existing iron pipe at the southernmost comer of the property of The City Of Greenville For The Use And Benefit Of Greenville Utilities Commission as described in Deed Book 2945,

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, utility, Utility, and property

Page 569 and shown on that map recorded in Map Book 75, Page 99, both of the Pitt County Registry, and being the

Attachment Number 1 Page 1 of 2 Item 10

POINT OF BEGINNING; thence from said beginning point so established along and with the common lines of the

aforementioned properties of FMM Partnership and The City Of Greenville For The Use And Benefit Of Greenville Utilities C ommission the following courses and distances: N 56 10'31 W 191.62 feet to an existing iron pipe, N
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33
49'26 E 223.38 feet to an existing iron pipe and S 55 27'53 E 192.48 feet to an existing iron pipe on the northwest

line of the aforementioned City of Greenville property as described in Deed Book 551, Page 421; thence with the said

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City of Greenville northwest property line S 34 02'32 W 220.99 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING containing 0.9796

acre and being Pitt County Tax Parcel 81013, further known as Lot 1 of that final plat entitled Greenville Utilities
Tagged Interests: taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, zoning, and property

Commission Westside Regional Pump Station as recorded in Map Book 75, Page 99 of the Pitt County Registry.

Section 2. Territory annexed to the City of Greenville by this ordinance shall, pursuant to the terms of G.S. 160A-23, be annexed into Greenville municipal election district one. The City Clerk, City Engineer,

Tagged Interests: ordinance, boards and commissions, voting, election, and annexation

representatives of the Board of Elections, and any other person having responsibility or charge of official maps

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or documents shall amend those maps or documents to reflect the annexation of this territory into municipal

election district one. Section 3. The territory annexed and its citizens and property shall be subject to all debts, laws, ordinances, and regulations in force in the City of Greenville and shall be entitled to the same privileges and.

Tagged Interests: regulation, ordinance, voting, election, property, and annexation

Section 4. The Mayor of the City of Greenville, North Carolina, shall cause a copy of the map of the

territory annexed by this ordinance and a certified copy of this ordinance to be recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Pitt County and in the Office of the Secretary of State in Raleigh, North Carolina. Such a map shall also be delivered to the Pitt County Board of Elections as required by G.S. 163-288.1. Section 5. This annexation shall take effect from and after the 12 th
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day of March, 2020.

ADOPTED this 12 th

day of March, 2020.

_______________________________

P.
J. Connelly, Mayor

ATTEST: _____________________________

Valerie Shiuwegar, City Clerk

NORTH CAROLINA PITT COUNTY I, Betty U. Moseley, a Notary Public for said County and State, certify that Valerie Shiuwegar personally came

before me this day and acknowledged that she is the City Clerk of the City of Greenville, a municipality, and

that by authority duly given and as the act of the municipality, the foregoing instrument was signed in its name by its Mayor, sealed with the corporate seal, and attested by herself as its City Clerk.

WITNESS my hand and official seal this ___th day of ____, 20--.

______________________________ Notary Public My Commission Expires: _____________________ 1124498 Attachment Number 1 Page 2 of 2 Item 10 Attachment Number 2 Page 1 of 1 Item 10
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City of Greenville, North Carolina

Title of Item: Ordinance requested by Bobby W. Joyner to rezone 7.426 acres located on the south side of East Fire Tower Road east of Kittrell Road from RA20 (Residential- Agricultural) to OR (Office-Residential [High Density Multi-Family])

Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, agriculture, zoning, cell tower, and Cell tower

Explanation: Abstract: The City has received a request by Bobby W. Joyner to rezone 7.426 acres located on the south side of East Fire Tower Road east of Kittrell Road from RA20 (Residential-Agricultural) to OR (Office-Residential[High Density Multi- Family]).

Required Notices: Planning and Zoning meeting notice (property owner and adjoining property owner letter) mailed on February 4, 2020. On-site sign(s) posted on February 4, 2020. City Council public hearing notice (property owner and adjoining property owner letter) mailed on February 25, 2020. Public hearing legal advertisement published on March 2, 2020 and March 9, 2020. Comprehensive Plan: The Future Land Use and Character Map recommends commercial (C) at the southeastern corner of the intersection of East Fire Tower Road and Charles Boulevard, transitioning to office/institutional (OI) and traditional neighborhood, medium-high density (TNMH) to the east. Traditional Neighborhood, Medium Density Primarily residential areas featuring a mix of higher density housing types ranging from multifamily, townhomes, and small-lot single-family detached. They are typically located within a walkable distance to a neighborhood activity center. Traditional neighborhoods should have a walkable street network of small blocks, a defined center and edges and connections to surrounding development.

Tagged Interests: planning, council, legal, strategic, agriculture, development, zoning, cell tower, Cell tower, advertising, Development, property, hearing, commercial, neighborhood, and housing

Intent: Provide streetscape features such as sidewalks, street trees and lighting Allow neighborhood-scale commercial or mixed use centers at key intersections within neighborhoods

Primary uses: Multi-family residential Single-family residential attached (townhomes) and detached (small lot)
Tagged Interests: streets, streetscape, commercial, Pedestrian, and neighborhood

Secondary uses: Institutional (neighborhood scale)

Office/Institutional: These areas serve as a transition between more intense commercial areas and surrounding neighborhoods. The form of future development should take a more walkable pattern with shorter blocks, buildings near streets, shared parking, and connections to surrounding development. Intent:
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, streets, development, Development, commercial, neighborhood, and parking

Provide connectivity to nearby uses (paths, streets) Locate new buildings near street on at least one side and accommodate parking to the side or rear of buildings; cluster buildings to consolidate and share surface parking

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Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, streets, and parking

Improve/provide public realm features such as signs, sidewalks, landscaping Reduce access-points into development for pedestrian and vehicular safety

Tagged Interests: streets, development, Development, and Pedestrian

Primary Uses: Office Institutional/Civic

Commercial

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Primarily community- and regional-scale commercial development situated near and along major roadway corridors. Existing development is characterized by buildings set back from streets behind surface parking. That existing pattern should evolve to become more walkable with shorter blocks, buildings near streets, shared parking, and connections to surrounding development.

Intent:

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Provide connectivity to nearby uses (paths, streets) Locate new buildings near street on at least one side and accommodate parking to the side or rear of buildings

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Improve/provide public realm features such as signs, sidewalks, landscaping Reduce access-points into development for pedestrian and vehicular safety Reduce and consolidate surface parking

Primary uses: Commercial (small and large format) Office Secondary uses: Institutional/civic
Tagged Interests: streets, development, Development, commercial, Pedestrian, and parking

Thoroughfare/Traffic Report Summary (PWD - Engineering Division):

Based on possible uses permitted by the requested rezoning, the proposed rezoning classification could generate 587 trips to and from the site on Fire Tower Road, which is a net increase of 453 additional trips per day. During the review process, measures to mitigate the traffic will be determined. History/Background:

Tagged Interests: streets, zoning, cell tower, Cell tower, traffic, and history

In 1972, the property was incorporated into the City's extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) and zoned to its present zoning.

Existing Land Uses: Vacant
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Water/Sewer:

Water and sanitary sewer are available to the property. Historic Sites: There are no known effects on historic sites. Environmental Conditions/Constraints: The property is located in the Meetinghouse Branch Watershed. If stormwater rules apply, it would require 25-year detention and nitrogen and phosphorous reduction. It is not located in the Special Flood Hazards Area. Therefore, development is not subject to the Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance. Surrounding Land Uses and Zoning: North: OR - One (1) single-family residence South: RA20 - Three (3) single-family residences East: RA20 - Southridge Subdivision (single-family) West: CG - One (1) single-family residence Density Estimates: Under the current zoning, the site could accommodate 14 single-family residences. Under the proposed zoning, the site could accommodate 83-89 multi-family units. (1, 2 and 3 bedroom) The anticipated build-out is within 2-3 years. Fiscal Note: No cost to the City.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, sewer, sites, utility, development, historic, Utility, zoning, subdivision, water, environment, watershed, flooding, Development, property, detention, and stormwater

Recommendation: In staff's opinion, the request is in compliance with Horizons 2026: Greenville's Community Plan and the Future Land Use and Character Map. Therefore, staff recommends approval.

In compliance with the comprehensive plan should be construed as meaning the requested zoning is (i) either specifically recommended in the text of the Horizons Plan (or addendum to the plan) or is predominantly or completely surrounded by the same or compatible and desirable zoning and (ii) promotes the desired urban form. The requested district is considered desirable and in the public interest, and staff recommends approval of the requested rezoning.

Tagged Interests: strategic, zoning, and compliance

The Planning and Zoning Commission voted (5:3) to approve the request at its February 18, 2020 meeting.

If City Council determines to approve the request, a motion to adopt the attached rezoning ordinance will accomplish this. The ordinance includes the statutorily required statement describing whether the action taken is consistent with the comprehensive plan and explaining why Council considers the action taken to be reasonable and in the public interest. If City Council determines to deny the rezoning request, in order to comply with this statutory requirement, it is recommended that the motion be as follows: Motion to deny the proposed amendment and to make a finding and determination that, although the rezoning request is consistent with the comprehensive plan, there is a more appropriate zoning classification and, therefore, denial is reasonable and in the public interest. Note: In addition to the other criteria, the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council shall consider the entire range of permitted and special uses for the existing and proposed districts as listed under Title 9, Chapter 4, Article D of the Greenville City Code. ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance_Bobby_W_Joyner_1124290 Minutes_Bobby_W_Joyner_1124326 Attachments

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1
ORDINANCE NO. 20-

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AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GREENVILLE

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REZONING TERRITORY LOCATED WITHIN THE PLANNING AND ZONING

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JURISDICTION OF THE CITY OF GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Greenville, North Carolina, in accordance with Article 19, Chapter 160A, of the General Statutes of North Carolina, caused a public notice to be given and published once a week for two successive weeks in The Daily Reflector setting
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forth that the City Council would, on the 12th day of March, 2020, at 6:00 p.m., in the Council

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Chambers of City Hall in the City of Greenville, NC, conduct a public hearing on the adoption of

an ordinance rezoning the following described territory; WHEREAS, the City Council has been informed of and has considered all of the permitted and special uses of the districts under consideration;
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WHEREAS, in accordance with the provisions of North Carolina General Statute 160A-

383, the City Council does hereby find and determine that the adoption of the ordinance zoning the following described property is consistent with the adopted comprehensive plan and other officially adopted plans that are applicable and that the adoption of the ordinance zoning the following described property is reasonable and in the public interest due to its consistency with the comprehensive plan and other officially adopted plans that are applicable and, as a result, its

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furtherance of the goals and objectives of the comprehensive plan and other officially adopted

plans that are applicable; WHEREAS, as a further description as to why the action taken is consistent with the
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comprehensive plan and other officially adopted plans that are applicable in compliance with the

No additional detail provided

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