SC - Greer: Board of Architectural Review

Issues discussed this meeting include:

When and Where is the Next Meeting?

Board of Architectural Review

AGENDA GREER CITY COUNCIL

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March 24, 2020 MEETING LOCATION: Remote Access Meeting

Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/3337188295 Or call +1 929 205 6099. Meeting ID: 333 718 8295

6:30 PM COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING

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I. CALL TO ORDER OF REGULAR MEETING

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. INVOCATION

A. Councilmember Wayne Griffin

IV. FIRST ORDER OF BUSINESS

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A. First and Final Reading of Ordinance Number 9-2020 AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND THE NORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES OF THE CITY OF

GREER COUNCIL MEETINGS AND TO AUTHORIZE THE GREER CITY ADMINISTRATOR AND MAYOR TO TAKE ACTIONS TO ENSURE CONTINUITY IN THE DELIVERY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE CITIZENS OF GREER IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK; AND MATTERS RELATED THERETO. (Action Required)
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V. PUBLIC FORUM

VI. MINUTES OF COUNCIL MEETING

A. March 10, 2020 (Action Required)

VII.DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS

A. Building and Development Standards Activity Report - February 2020

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B. Financial Activity Report - February 2020

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Link to Detail Financial Reports C. Fire Department Activity Report - February 2020

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D. Municipal Court Activity Report - February 2020

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E. Parks and Recreation Activity Report - February 2020

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F. Police Department Activity Report - February 2020

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G. Public Services Activity Report - February 2020

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H. Website Activity Report - February 2020

VIII.ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT

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A. Ed Driggers, City Administrator

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IX. APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

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A. Board of Architectural Review Marney Hannon has resigned his term expires 6/30/2020. (Action Required)

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B. Planning Commission District 3 Mark Hopper has resigned his term expires 6/30/2021. (Action Required)

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X. OLD BUSINESS

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A. Second and Final Reading of Ordinance Number 7-2020 AN ORDINANCE TO CHANGE THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY OWNED BY CMT INVESTORS LLC.

LOCATED AT 1940 GIBBS SHOALS ROAD FROM I-1 (INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT) TO DRD (DESIGN REVIEW DISTRICT). (Action Required)
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B. Second and Final Reading of Ordinance Number 8-2020 AUTHORIZING THE RELOCATION OF CERTAIN ALLEYS AND A QUITCLAIM DEED FOR PORTIONS OF THE SAID

ALLEYS; AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS. (Action Required)
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XI. NEW BUSINESS

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A. First and Final Reading of Resolution Number 6-2020 CONSIDERATION OF A PROPOSED ROAD CLOSURE (Action Required) Presented by Ed Driggers, City

Administrator
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B. First and Final Reading of Resolution Number 7-2020

ALLOCATION OF GREENVILLE COUNTY CDBG AND HOME FUNDS FOR PROGRAM YEAR 2020 (Action Required) Presented by Mike Sell, Deputy City Administrator

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C. First and Final Reading of Resolution Number 8-2019 A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF LEASE AGREEMENTS (Action Required)

Presented by Ed Driggers, City Administrator
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XII.EXECUTIVE SESSION

Council may take action on matters discussed in executive session.

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XIII.ADJOURNMENT

Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a program,

service, activity or public meeting of the City of Greer should contact Ruthie Helms, ADA Coordinator at (864) 848-5397 as soon as possible, but no later than 48 hours prior to the scheduled event.
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Category Number: III. Item Number: A.

AGENDA GREER CITY COUNCIL

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3/24/2020

Councilmember Wayne Griffin

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Invocation Schedule 3/9/2020 BackupMaterial

Greer City Council

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2020 Invocation Schedule

January 14, 2020 Councilmember Lee Dumas

January 28, 2020 Councilmember Wryley Bettis

February 11, 2020 Councilmember Judy Albert

February 25, 2020 Mayor Rick Danner

March 10, 2020 Councilmember Jay Arrowood

March 24, 2020 Councilmember Wayne Griffin

April 14, 2020 Councilmember Mark Hopper

April 28, 2020 Councilmember Lee Dumas

May 12, 2020 Councilmember Wryley Bettis

May 26, 2020 Councilmember Judy Albert

June 9, 2020 Mayor Rick Danner

June 23, 2020 Councilmember Jay Arrowood

July 14, 2020 Councilmember Wayne Griffin

July 28, 2020 Councilmember Mark Hopper

August 11, 2020 Councilmember Lee Dumas

August 25, 2020 Councilmember Wryley Bettis

September 8, 2020 Councilmember Judy Albert

September 22, 2020 Mayor Rick Danner

October 13, 2020 Councilmember Jay Arrowood

October 27, 2020 Councilmember Wayne Griffin

November 10, 2020 Councilmember Mark Hopper

November 24, 2020 Councilmember Lee Dumas

December 8, 2020 Councilmember Wryley Bettis

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AGENDA GREER CITY COUNCIL

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3/24/2020

First and Final Reading of Ordinance Number 9-2020

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Summary:

AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND THE NORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES OF THE CITY OF GREER COUNCIL MEETINGS AND TO AUTHORIZE THE GREER CITY

ADMINISTRATOR AND MAYOR TO TAKE ACTIONS TO ENSURE CONTINUITY IN THE DELIVERY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE CITIZENS OF GREER IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK; AND MATTERS RELATED THERETO. (Action Required)
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Ordinance Number 9-2020 3/23/2020 Ordinance

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ORDINANCE NUMBER 9-2020

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AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND THE NORMAL

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OPERATING PROCEDURES OF THE CITY OF GREER COUNCIL MEETINGS AND

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TO AUTHORIZE THE GREER CITY ADMINISTRATOR AND MAYOR TO TAKE

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ACTIONS TO ENSURE CONTINUITY IN THE DELIVERY OF GOVERNMENT

SERVICES AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE CITIZENS

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OF GREER IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK; AND MATTERS RELATED

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THERETO.

WHEREAS, it is well recognized that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease

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COVID-19, presents a public health concern that requires extraordinary protective measures and

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vigilance; and

WHEREAS, these matters have taken many forms across the nation including travel bans,

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school closures, individual quarantines, and cancellation of major events, among other measures;

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and

WHEREAS, the City of Greer is working with other government agencies in an effort to

prevent the spread of the disease; and

WHEREAS, on March 17, 2020, the Governor of the State of South Carolina, Henry

McMaster, imposed a ban of in-restaurant dining and encouraged and recommended curbside and

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takeout services at restaurants throughout the State of South Carolina due to the Covid-19 outbreak

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effective March 18, 2020; and,

WHEREAS, Section 5-7-250(d) of the South Carolina Code of Laws and Greer City

Ordinance Sec. 2-77 empowers Council to enact emergency ordinances affecting life, health, or

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safety; and

WHEREAS, in light of the foregoing, Greer City Council deems it proper and necessary

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to adopt this emergency ordinance in order to: (a) temporarily suspend the normal operating

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procedures of Greer City Council; (b) to authorize the Greer City Administrator and Mayor to take

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actions they deem necessary to ensure continuity in the delivery of government services and to

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provide for the health and safety of the citizens of Greer; and (c) authorize the Greer City

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Administrator to revoke special events permits for a temporary period.

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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of

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Greer, in Council assembled, that:

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1. The City of Greer temporarily suspends the normal operating procedures of City

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Council meetings and hereby allows for the Mayor and Councilmembers to remotely

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participate in voting and operational procedures by telephone or other means of

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electronic communication provided that the provisions of the South Carolina Freedom

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of Information Act are complied with.

2. Action by council may be taken as long as a quorum is present even if some or all of

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the council members are not physically present, but are participating remotely by

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telephone or other means of electronic communication.

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3. All deadlines imposed by City Ordinance, applicable to the municipality or applicant,

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shall be suspended, during this temporary period.

4. The City Administrator is authorized to develop and enact a plan in order to ensure

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continuity in the delivery of government services in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.

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5. The City Administrator is authorized to make emergency purchases to prevent

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interruption of a city project or service consistent with Greer City Ordinance Sec. 2-

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295.

6. The City Administrator is authorized to cancel and revoke any special events permits

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issued prior to the date of this ordinance for events taking place until ______________,

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2020.

7. The Mayor is authorized to establish a mandatory or voluntary curfew, which shall

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restrict travel and public gatherings from 11:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. with the exception

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of persons traveling to and from work and for medical treatment; for banking

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operations; police officers; firefighters; active duty military; health care providers;

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public works and utility workers employed by any public utility; and, any government

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employee in the performance of their job duties.

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8. This emergency ordinance shall be terminated by the issuance of another ordinance or

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shall automatically expire on the 61st day after enactment of this ordinance, whichever

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date is earlier.

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SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED THIS _____ DAY OF _____________________, 2020.

This Ordinance shall be effective from the date of first and final reading.

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Introduced: _______________________________

Final Reading: ______________________________

CITY OF GREER, SOUTH CAROLINA

BY: ________________________________

Rick W. Danner, Mayor

ATTEST:

Tammela Duncan, Municipal Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Daniel R. Hughes, City Attorney

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AGENDA GREER CITY COUNCIL

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3/24/2020

March 10, 2020

Summary:

(Action Required)

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March 10, 2020 Council Meeting Minutes 3/17/2020 BackupMaterial

CITY OF GREER, SOUTH CAROLINA

MINUTES of the FORMAL MEETING of GREER CITY COUNCIL March 10, 2020

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MEETING LOCATION: Greer City Hall, 301 East Poinsett Street, Greer, SC 29651

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I. CALL TO ORDER OF THE PUBLIC HEARING Mayor Rick Danner 6:35 P.M.

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The following members of Council were in attendance: Jay Arrowood, Wayne Griffin arrived at 6:51 pm, Mark Hopper, Lee Dumas, Wryley Bettis and Judy

Albert.
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Others present: Ed Driggers, City Administrator, Mike Sell, Assistant City Administrator, Tammela Duncan, Municipal Clerk, Steve Owens,

Communications Manager and various other staff and media.
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Subject: Imma Nwobodu, Program Manager with Greenville County Redevelopment Authority presented the Greenville County Program Year 2020 Annual Action

Plan for the City of Greer. (attachment)
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Discussion held.

Mayor Danner opened the Public Hearing for public comment. No one chose to speak.

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The Public Hearing adjourned 7:17 P.M.

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II. CALL TO ORDER OF THE REGULAR MEETING Mayor Rick Danner 7:17 P.M.

The following members of Council were in attendance: Jay Arrowood, Wayne Griffin, Mark Hopper, Lee Dumas, Wryley Bettis and Judy Albert.

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Others present: Ed Driggers, City Administrator, Mike Sell, Assistant City Administrator, Tammela Duncan, Municipal Clerk, Steve Owens,

Communications Manager and various other staff and media.
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III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Councilmember Jay Arrowood

IV. INVOCATION Councilmember Jay Arrowood

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V. SPECIAL RECOGNITION

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A. 2020 Black History Month Essay Contest Winners

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High School: 3rd Place Haley Bobo, Riverside High School with an essay about Ella Baker. 2nd Place Parker Sloan, Riverside High School with an essay

about Neil DeGrasse Tyson. 1st Place Katja Gross, Riverside High School with an essay about Alvin Ailey.
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Middle School: 2nd Place Presley Hart with an essay about Jackie Robinson. 1st Place Mason Scroggs with an essay about Emmett Till.

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VI. PUBLIC FORUM

Daryl Rishforth, 306 Medford Drive spoke in opposition to Ordinance Number 7-2020. Charlie Runion, 1940 Gibb Shoals Road spoke in favor of Ordinance

Number 7-2020. Matt Cardone, 1 Garver Court, shared his concerns regarding Ordinance Number 7-2020. Alexandra Byrd, 10 Gladstone Way spoke in opposition to Ordinance Number 7-2020. Mark Yost, 204 Trask Court, spoke in opposition to Ordinance Number 7-2020.
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VII. MINUTES OF THE COUNCIL MEETING February 25, 2020

ACTION Councilmember Wryley Bettis made a motion that the minutes of February 25, 2020 be received as written. Councilmember Judy Albert seconded the

motion.

VOTE - Motion carried unanimously.

VIII. PRESENTATIONS

A. Kirsten Pressley highlighted her monthly activity report.

B. Steve Grant, City Engineer presented his Annual Report. (attached)

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IX. ADMINISTRATOR S REPORT

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Ed Driggers, City Administrator presented the following:

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Employee Notice yesterday we issued a notice to all employees relative to the protocols that we are following in response to the Coronavirus

concerns. Those protocols are established primarily as our need to maintain a safe workplace. Also, as we encourage and adopt practices protecting the health of our employees, customers, visitors and others. There will be continued discussions with Mayor Danner about what our protocols would be if we begin to experience more of a community experience to the Coronavirus
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there are certain authorities that are provided in health emergencies that are delegated to the Mayor of a community. We will continue to have those

conversations. It is a situation we don t know what is around the corner and so our best prevention is to be prepared with practices and protocols in place. Some of those would include things like don t report to work sick, we have very dedicated employees and often times people will come to work even though they may should not be here. In consideration of our coworkers and community at large we are requiring those employees that do report to work with flu like symptoms, we are immediately sending them home. Not that we suspect they have the coronavirus it is simply to prevent the spread of flu like symptoms in our workplace. We are taking those types of precautions as well. You will see sanitizers and disinfecting equipment throughout the city, we are providing that in all areas where the public is entering public buildings, all elevator areas, all workstation areas, every employee at the city at their respective workstations have been provided hand sanitizer for their immediate areas. Our employees that have interaction with the general public relative to frontline operations their protocol is that after the exchange of every transaction they are required to sanitize. We exchange a lot of items forms, blueprints, money, and documents, again we are exchanging those constantly through an environment that we may not know what someone else coming into our facility exposures may or may not have been previously. Those are some of the thing we are involved in we certainly want to make sure that if our community is affected in a more widespread area or in a fashion, we want to make sure that we can continue operations of local government services especially those relative to public safety. We are making sure we are doing everything we can to protect not only our employees as they continue to operate but having them here so that they can provide those protections to our community as well. We hope that this exercise is overkill in the end but are absolutely convinced that is the appropriate measures for us to take to be prepared if the situation in our community should worsen. We are getting daily updates from the CDC and DHEC to make sure we are informed about what is going on around us.
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ACE Environmental under our contract with ACE Environmental periodically there needs to be an adjustment to the routing schedules. We look at housing

starts additional multi- family, single residential whatever is happening in the community it is increasing the number of stops, households that they are providing service to and that doesn t always coincide exactly where the routing currently is. About three years ago we made some adjustments to the routing, where we are right now is our Monday collection is 3512, Tuesday is 5500+, and Wednesday is 1600+. We need to rebalance that a bit so effective April 6th we will have some rerouting that will take us to 4500+ on Mondays, 4300 on Tuesdays and 2200 on Wednesdays. That number will continue to grow as we continue to grow as a municipality. All affected households that may have a change to their collection day will receive a direct communication from ACE Environmental as a door hanger and will be provided with a notice on their garbage container. We will also utilize social media and other means that we have of contacting our public on that process. They are hoping to get that process changed over by April 6th. If we have misses, they will be dispatched to make those collections. This information will be posted on our website.
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Statement of Economic Interest Report is due March 30th. The report must be completed online.

CenterG our streetscape project downtown has been impacted by rain; we are not behind schedule but we are no longer ahead of schedule. We are moving

along; they are keeping
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crews out there on a regular basis. They have remobilized to be able to keep crews in on Saturdays when necessary.

Municipal Garage we are expecting to mobilize in April. That is a moving target as well due to rain.

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Hotel Project is mobilized and on site. They are in the early stages of installing footers. I will be meeting with the developer tomorrow to make

sure we are all on the same page.
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X. APPOINTMENT TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

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A. Board of Architectural Review Marney Hannon has resigned effective immediately his term expires 6/30/2020.

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No Action was taken.

B. Planning Commission District 3 Mark Hopper resigned effective 12/31/2019 his term expires 6/30/2021.

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No action was taken.

XI. OLD BUSINESS

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A. Second and Final Reading of Ordinance Number 5-2020 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A MAJOR CHANGE TO A DESIGN REVIEW DISTRICT (DRD) OF CERTAIN REAL

PROPERTY IN THE CITY OF GREER
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Ashley Kaade, Planner stated there was no new information.

ACTION Councilmember Wayne Griffin made a motion to approve Second and Final

Reading of Ordinance Number 5-2020. Councilmember Jay Arrowood seconded the

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motion.

VOTE Motion carried unanimously.

XII. NEW BUSINESS

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A. First Reading of Ordinance Number 6-2020

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AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTIES OWNED BY THE CITY OF GREER LOCATED AT 2299 AND 2999 GAP CREEK ROAD BY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT

PETITION; AND TO ESTABLISH A ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF R-20 (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT) FOR SAID PROPERTIES.
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Ashley Kaade, Planner presented the request. She stated a public hearing will be held

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by the Planning Commission March 23, 2020.

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ACTION Councilmember Lee Dumas made a motion to approve First Reading of

Ordinance Number 6-2020. Councilmember Judy Albert seconded the motion.

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Brief discussion held.

VOTE Motion carried unanimously.

B. First Reading of Ordinance Number 7-2020

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AN ORDINANCE TO CHANGE THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY OWNED BY CMT INVESTORS LLC. LOCATED AT 1940 GIBBS SHOALS ROAD FROM I-1 (INDUSTRIAL

DISTRICT) TO DRD (DESIGN REVIEW DISTRICT).
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Mayor Danner spoke regarding the process and procedure of the City and stated State

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Law dictates much of what the City does, how it is done and when it is done. He also

spoke regarding the 2010 Comprehensive Plan and the 2015 update to the plan. He

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referred to the Zoning Code as well as the Planning Commissions responsibilities.

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Ashley Kaade, Planner presented the request. She stated the Planning Commission held

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a Public Hearing February 17, 2020 and recommended approval. The owner was

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present.

Lengthy discussion held.

ACTION Councilmember Jay Arrowood made a motion to approve First Reading of

Ordinance Number 7-2020. Councilmember Wryley Bettis seconded the motion.

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VOTE Motion carried 5-2 with Councilmembers Hopper and Albert voting in opposition.

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Councilmember Wayne Griffin left Council Chamber at 9:15 p.m.

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C. First Reading of Ordinance Number 8-2020

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AUTHORIZING THE RELOCATION OF CERTAIN ALLEYS AND A QUITCLAIM DEED FOR PORTIONS OF THE SAID ALLEYS; AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS.

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Ed Driggers, City Administrator presented the request.

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ACTION Councilmember Wryley Bettis made a motion to approve First Reading of

Ordinance Number 8-2020. Councilmember Judy Albert seconded the motion.

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VOTE Motion carried unanimously.

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D. Benson Development Agreement

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Reno Deaton, Executive Director of Greer Development Corporation presented the

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request.

ACTION Councilmember Wryley Bettis made a motion to approve the Benson

Development Agreement as presented. Councilmember Jay Arrowood seconded the

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