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GOLDSBORO CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA MONDAY, MAY 18, 2020 (Please turn off, or silence, all cellphones upon entering the Large Conference Room) NC Gov. Cooper s Executive Order 121 restricts mass gatherings to 10 people or less due to COVID 19; therefore, public attendance of the Work Session and Council Meeting is restricted to those who are on the agenda or who would like to speak during the Public Hearing. If you are speaking at the Public Hearing, please enter the City Hall Annex front entrance and maintain social distance while waiting to enter the Large Conference Room one at a time. The meeting will be streamed live on the City's Facebook and YouTube pages at https://www.goldsboronc.gov/mayor-of-goldsboro/city-council-minutes/, and broadcast on the Downtown Center Street speakers. I. WORK SESSION 5:00 P.M. CITY HALL ANNEX, 200 N. CENTER ST., ROOM 206

Tagged Interests: streets, downtown, hearing, annexation, and social media law

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA OLD BUSINESS NEW BUSINESS a. FY20-21 Budget Discussion (Finance) b. Pay Study Presentation (Human Resources) c. Connectivity Committee/Board Discussion (Councilmember Matthews)

Tagged Interests: business, finance, boards and commissions, budget, and human resources

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CALL TO ORDER 7:00 P.M. CITY HALL ANNEX, 200 N. CENTER ST., ROOM 206 Invocation Pledge of Allegiance

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Tagged Interests: annexation

III.
ROLL CALL IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (*Motion/Second)

A. Minutes of the Work Session and Regular Meeting of April 20, 2020 V. PRESENTATIONS VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS (*Motion/Second)

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CU-3-20 Jerry Futrell East side of US 117 South between Arrington Bridge Road and South George Street (Increase in electronic gaming machines from 50 to 100 for existing Internet Caf )

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Tagged Interests: streets

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CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS (*Motion/Second Roll Call) C. Change Order No. 18-Revised for Phase IV Sewer Collection Rehabilitation- Formal Bid No. 2018-004

(Engineering) D. 42nd Annual Greater Goldsboro Road Run Temporary Street Closing (Police) E. Adoption of a Supplement to the Code of Ordinances of Goldsboro, North Carolina (City Manager) F. Rules of Procedure for Electronic Boards and Commissions Meetings (City Manager) G. Departmental Monthly Reports
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, ordinance, sewer, boards and commissions, streets, utility, Utility, public safety, procedure, administrator, and manager

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ITEMS REQUIRING INDIVIDUAL ACTION (*Motion/Second) H. Neuse River Basin Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan (Engineering)

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Tagged Interests: watershed and disaster management

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CITY MANAGER S REPORT X. MAYOR AND COUNCILMEMBERS REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

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I. Resolution Expressing Appreciation For Services Rendered By Thomas Meitler II As An Employee Of The City Of Goldsboro For More Than 6 Years

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Military Appreciation Month Proclamation K. National Public Works Week Proclamation

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Tagged Interests: recognition, Public Works, public works, and military

XI.
CLOSED SESSION

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XII.
ADJOURN

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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL HELD APRIL 20, 2020

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WORK SESSION The City Council of the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina, met in a Work Session in the

Large Conference Room, City Hall Addition, 200 North Center Street, at 6:00 p.m. on April 20, 2020 with attendance as follows:
Tagged Interests: council and streets

Present: Mayor Chuck Allen, Presiding Mayor Pro Tem Bill Broadaway Councilmember Antonio Williams Councilmember Taj Polack Councilmember Brandi Matthews Councilmember David Ham Councilmember Gene Aycock Ron Lawrence, Attorney Tim Salmon, City Manager Melissa Capps, City Clerk

Tagged Interests: legal, administrator, and manager

Call to Order. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Allen at 6:00 p.m. Adoption of the Agenda. Councilmember Aycock made a motion to adopt the agenda.

The motion was seconded by Councilmember Ham. Mr. Tim Salmon stated I would like to add a Resolution authorizing the application for the North Carolina Water Infrastructure Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief Act, 2019 to the agenda. Councilmember Aycock made a motion to include the addition of the proposed amendment, Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway seconded the motion and it carried unanimously. Mayor Allen called for a vote on Councilmember Aycock s motion to adopt the agenda which was seconded by Councilmember Ham. All members voted in favor of the motion. Electronic Meeting Rules of Procedure. Councilmember Matthews stated as a Council we have encouraged our residents to stay home. The Governor issued a Stay at Home Executive Order, I think that as elected officials we should follow suit, if we can still effectively handle city business, which I think we can. We were insured by the city manager and IT Department that we can do, we can still have virtual meetings and be just as effective. So, that is something I really want the board to consider. It is safety for us as well, I mean we are supposed to be 6 feet apart and I don t think I am six feet from the councilmember to my right or left. I looked at the draft, I looked at the Rules of Procedure but I did not see anything about public comment. I think if we are going to have virtual meetings, we can go back to letting the public speak at both of our meetings. Councilmember Polack stated I agree. The last vote I think we had, when it was stated or misrepresented by some that I, I can t speak on anyone else s behalf, but if my vote was a way to censure or take someone s freedom of speech, that was not the intent. You know I had stood on that side of the podium on many occasions, I think like she just stated, we are looking at it from a physical standpoint, as far as having as much physical interaction that we should have if there is a way to listen to the concerns of the community, we should have a way to do it virtually. I think the biggest way to solicit ideas is for one not to wait to the first or third Monday but to be a part of the community and being in your community. I ve gotten a lot of calls, been outside in the community soliciting ideas of what we could do and the consensus is we should find a way to do it virtually and we should then be able to open it up to both meetings. Councilmember Williams stated I have spoken with a lot of elected officials in other communities, they are using Zoom or Microsoft Teams and from what they explained to me with Zoom it is an upfront fee of 1500 and its unlimited not only can it be used for our Council Meetings but say for instance if other Councilmembers want to have a town hall meeting there s basically 10 spaces available that would be licensed under our contract, where Mr. Mayor if you wanted to hold a town hall you could do that, other councilmembers could as well. Its 24 hours of support and its online virtual training too. I think it is a good idea. Item A
Tagged Interests: shelter in place, funding, business, council, boards and commissions, utility, Utility, contract, procedure, water, training, administrator, manager, license, information technology, and Information Technology

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Councilmember Aycock asked if we go to it, could we make it optional whether or not we attend the physical meeting or do it by virtual.

Mr. Salmon stated yes, you can come in if you like, or dial in. We would use Webex, we already have the software. We have department head meetings held virtually.

Councilmember Matthews stated my only concern is if you call in over the phone, there are some things you cannot vote on, where the physical body can, but you on the phone cannot. I do not think any of us would not want our vote to count but I also wanted us to consider the safety of each other. And also we are encouraging our residents to do something that we are not doing ourselves.

Tagged Interests: information technology and Information Technology

Mayor Allen stated I like to meet here. I like the interaction of talking to you and I don t get that as much on Zoom. I think we are on the downside of this and I think it would only be for 1, 2, or 3 meetings. It is the same thing with limiting the public speaking, what he said was, as long as there is an epidemic going on, we would do that and after that we would go back and look at it. We did not change it for a long period of time, the way I remember the motion.

Councilmember Ham stated I also like the presence of people, council people for interaction purposes. I would like to see us continue a council meeting at this site with a minimum of the quorum present. If someone feels like they do not want to be here, that could be there option. Myself, at this point in time, as far as pandemic is concerned, I prefer to meet here physically.

Councilmember Matthews stated with that being said, we need to make the proper adjustments in this room.

Discussion continued regarding the number of people in the room and the Governor Executive Order. Councilmember Polack made a motion to adopt the Rules of Procedure for Electronic Meetings of Goldsboro City Council. Councilmember Williams seconded the motion. Mayor Allen, Councilmembers Williams, Polack, Matthews and Aycock voted in favor of the motion. Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway and Councilmember Ham voted against the motion. The motion carried 5:2. NC League of Municipalities Voting Delegate. Mr. Tim Salmon shared during the CityVision Conference each year, cities elect a voting delegate to vote on the Board of Directors for the upcoming year. The League s CityVision 2020 annual conference has been cancelled in response to the state s Coronavirus response. This year, the League will host a Virtual Summit on May 28, 2020.

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During the CityVision Virtual Summit, League members can attend the annual business meeting where the new Board of Directors will be announced.

Council discussed. Council s consensus was to authorize the City Manager to be the voting delegate at the CityVision Virtual Summit to be held on May 28, 2020.
Tagged Interests: business, council, boards and commissions, voting, administrator, and manager

Resolution Authorizing the Application for The North Carolina Water Infrastructure Additional Supplemental Appropriations For Disaster Relief Act, 2019 (Asadra). Resolution Adopted. Mr. Mike Wagner, Public Utilities Director stated back in November 2019, we had about 34 million of projects for sanitary sewer identified; one of those was replacing the force main at the Big Cherry pump station.

The Federal Clean Water Act Amendments of 1987 and the North Carolina the Water Infrastructure Act of 2005 (NCGS 159G) have authorized the making of loans and grants to aid eligible units of government in financing the cost of construction of a wastewater collection system project. The City of Goldsboro has need for and intends to construct an improvement to the sanitary sewer conveyance system that is comprised of the little cherry pump station, big cherry pump station and corresponding force main. On Feb. 12, 2020, the State Water Infrastructure Authority approved the priority rating system to be used for projects eligible for Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief Act funding and conditions for applying principal forgiveness to funded projects for the full amount of the loan up to 3,000,000. The City of Goldsboro intends to request state loan and/or grant assistance for the project and accept or reject in compliance with the City of Goldsboro Grant Management Policy, June 6, 2014. Mayor Allen asked what moves this project to the front.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, construction, sewer, utility, Utility, water, compliance, and policy

Mr. Wagner stated that force main is already failing, there is I I coming into the force main.

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Councilmember Williams asked if there was someone within the city that could do the grant application.

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Mr. Wagner stated this application is due on the 30th. The proposal from WithersRavenel is for 5,000, I believe is money well spent, this is what they do.

Upon motion of Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, seconded by Councilmember Polack and unanimously carried, Council adopted a resolution authorizing the application for the North Carolina Water Infrastructure Additional Supplemental appropriations for Disaster Relief Act, 2019.

Tagged Interests: funding, council, utility, Utility, and water

RESOLUTION NO. 2020-27 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE APPLICATION FOR THE NORTH CAROLINA WATER INFRASTRUCTURE ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR DISASTER RELIEF ACT, 2019 (ASADRA)

Consent Agenda Review. Each item on the Consent Agenda was reviewed.
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Mayor Allen asked that staff include discussion of the Summer Youth Employment Initiative on the work session agenda for the first meeting in May.

There being no further business, the meeting recessed until the 7:00 p.m. meeting. CITY COUNCIL MEETING The City Council of the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina, met in regular session in Large Conference Room, City Hall Annex, 200 North Center Street, at 7:00 p.m. on April 20, 2020 with attendance as follows:

Tagged Interests: business, streets, employment, annexation, and youth

Present: Mayor Chuck Allen, Presiding

Mayor Pro Tem Bill Broadaway Councilmember Antonio Williams Councilmember Taj Polack

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Councilmember Brandi Matthews Councilmember David Ham Councilmember Gene Aycock

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Allen at 7:00 p.m.

Councilmember Taj Polack provided the invocation. The Pledge of Allegiance followed.

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Approval of Minutes. Upon motion of Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, seconded by

Councilmember Polack and unanimously carried, Council approved the Minutes of the Work Session and Regular Meeting of March 16, 2020 as submitted.

Non-contiguous Annexation Request Renu-Life Extended, Inc. Located on the northeast side of Windsor Creek Parkway between Wilshire Way and Wayne Memorial Drive consisting of 3.0778 acres. Public Hearing Held. Ordinance Adopted. The City Council, at their meeting on March 2, 2020 scheduled a public hearing for April 20, 2020 for the proposed annexation of the subject property. A public hearing notice was properly advertised stating the time, date, place and purpose of the meeting. Pursuant to G.S. 160A-58.2, at the public hearing all persons owning property in the area proposed to be annexed, as well as the residents of the municipality, shall be given an opportunity to be heard on the proposed annexation. If the Council determines that the proposed annexation meets all the requirements of G.S. 160A- 58, it has the authority to adopt an annexation ordinance.

Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, advertising, property, hearing, and annexation

In addition to those requirements the City Council, adopted a policy, which allows annexation of noncontiguous areas subject to a number of requirements. The requirements governing noncontiguous annexations are as follows:

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The area is located within one mile of the established city limit line; b. The City s ability to contract for the provision of fire and police protection. c. In no instance shall a noncontiguous area have an adverse effect upon the City s

overall annexation plans. As indicated in the report, the area proposed for annexation meets all of the above items. Mayor Allen opened the public hearing. No one spoke and the public hearing was closed. Upon motion of Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway, seconded by Councilmember Williams and unanimously carried, Council adopted the following entitled ordinance annexing the Renu Life Property effective April 30, 2020. ORDINANCE NO. 2020-9 AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN NONCONTIGUOUS REAL PROPERTY TO THE CITY OF GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Consent Agenda - Approved as Recommended. City Manager, Timothy Salmon, presented the Consent Agenda. All items were considered to be routine and could be enacted simultaneously with one motion and a roll call vote. If a Councilmember so requested, any item(s) could be removed from the Consent Agenda and discussed and considered separately. In that event, the remaining item(s) on the Consent Agenda would be acted on with one motion and roll call vote. Councilmember Williams moved the items on the Consent Agenda, Items C and D be approved as recommended by the City Manager and staff. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Polack and a roll call vote resulted in all members voting in favor of the motion. The items on the Consent Agenda were as follows: Resolution to Suspend In-person Attendance of the Public to Formal Bid Openings during the State of Emergency due to the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19). Resolution Adopted. North Carolina G.S. 143-129 Procedure for letting of public contracts requires formal bidding when there is an expenditure of public money more than 500,000 for

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construction or more than 90,000 for equipment and supplies. Part of that procedure requires that the sealed bids be opened in public.

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COVID-19 has caused unprecedented challenges for public entities to comply with statutory obligations.

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Governor Cooper issued a State of Emergency to respond to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) on March 20, 2020. On March 27, 2020, Governor Cooper issued Executive Order 121 Stay at Home Order and Strategic Directions for North Carolina in Response to Increasing COVID-19 Cases which limits gatherings to no more than 10 people, and establishes exceptions for Essential Businesses and Operations which includes governmental operations.

The City currently has a formal bid, FB 2020-002 Wastewater System Improvements, set to open on April 21, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. Staff could not delay the opening due to certain milestones that must be met in order to comply with the grant requirements. It is recommended the Council approve the following entitled resolution to suspend in-person public attendance to formal bid openings during the coronavirus pandemic, and to implement alternate procedures to ensure that the spirit of public bid opening remains intact. Consent Agenda Approval. Williams/Polack (7 Ayes) RESOLUTION NO. 2020-28 A RESOLUTION TO SUSPEND IN-PERSON PUBLIC ATTENDANCE TO FORMAL BID OPENINGS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Departmental Monthly Reports. Accepted as Information. The various departmental reports for March 2020 were submitted for the Council s approval. It was recommended that Council accept the reports as information. Consent Agenda Approval. Williams/Polack (7 Ayes) End of Consent Agenda. City Manager s Report. Mr. Tim Salmon thanked public servants for the continuing support of services being provided. He also reminded the public that if they are looking for updates on the Corona virus, you can go to our city website, the coronavirus tab will get you to many other sites as well whether it is the North Carolina Department of Health or the Center for Disease Control. Mayor and Councilmembers Reports and Recommendations.
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Councilmember Aycock stated no comment.

Councilmember Ham stated no comment.

Councilmember Matthews stated no comment.

Councilmember Polack stated I wanted to thank the work of the Salvation Army this past week by filling in for the schools food distribution. Want to thank all the restaurants, church volunteers that serve the community. I also want to thank those organizations that continue to serve. I want to acknowledge the new graduates of the Goldsboro Fire Department. I m kinda biased to this. I think they have entered the best job they want to have as they sacrifice their lives to help others. I want to wish them the best of luck, thank you.

Tagged Interests: restaurants, fire departments and districts, church, education, military, and volunteer

Mayor Pro Tem Broadaway stated I wanted to thank all the people over at Wayne Memorial Hospital, all the people working double shifts right now. Especially the people working on the 7th floor. Our city employees, all those people that are out there, you see them all the time. And also, all the volunteers, it s amazing the number of people that are providing food all over this city and I would like to thank them. It s a wonderful effort. I hope ever body will be safe. I was at the parking lot at Lowes this afternoon and I saw the parking lot was full and one person was wearing a mask. We ve got to be better than that.

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Councilmember Williams stated he wants to thank all the selfless people in our community that have cared about others. I read in the paper about this young lady, how she was putting meals together for the truckers and I appreciate what she s doing. I also want to thank Councilwoman Matthews for thinking about our downtown seniors with the support of Rebuilding Broken Places. We both delivered food today to the residents of Waynesborough House and I thank you, there are wonderful seniors there. I want us also to pray for our local prison here and the employees there. There is an outbreak there and we really should be concerned about them. Also, I pray that you and your families are safe and well too. I lost a family member a few days ago to COVID-19. She was a nurse, she was a chief transportation inspector and while doing that, she used those funds to put herself through nursing school. And while still being a nurse, she became a top realtor. On Easter morning, she lost her fight with COVID-19. But she was still nursing others until she was admitted in the hospital. She had faith and I am thankful for all that are recovering. Please take this pandemic seriously. God bless you, thank you.

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Mayor Allen stated like everyone else, I want to thank all of our frontline employees at the health department, the hospital, our folks; our police, our fire, our public works, everybody is really coming to the forefront to try to help others and that s great. I want to thank our citizens, they have done a pretty good job at staying at home and working with us and I know they are getting tired if this. I am sure they are and hopefully we are on the downside of this. I don t know that but I can at least hope that. I just want to thank everybody. For anybody at home that hasn t filled out your census, now would be a great time to fill out your census.

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:10 p.m.
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___________________________ Chuck Allen Mayor

___________________________ Melissa Capps, MMC/NCCMC City Clerk

SUBJECT: BACKGROUND:

CITY OF GOLDSBORO AGENDA MEMORANDUM

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CU-3-20 Jerry Futrell - East side of US 117 South between Arrington Bridge Road and South George Street Increase in electronic gaming machines from 50 to 100 for existing Internet Cafe)

An internet cafe was previously approved for 20 gaming machines at this location on September 3, 2013. On June 2, 2014, City Council denied a request to increase the number of gaming machines from 20 to 35 based on requiring 2 parking spaces per machine. On August 4, 2014, the Council approved a parking ordinance amendment to the City's UDO requiring 1.5 parking spaces per machine. In addition, they approved the previous owner's request to allow an increase in the number of gaming machines from 20 to 35. The previous owner closed the business in March of 2016 upon order from the District Attorney's office. Once software upgrades were installed and in compliance with State law, he reapplied for a Conditional Use Permit to operate an internet cafe in accordance with the City's Unified Development Ordinance. City Council approved site, landscape and floor plans for the previously approved 35 gaming machines on January 3, 2017. On May 8, 2017, City Council amended the City's Electronic Gaming Ordinance. The following requirements were approved as they pertain to new gaming establishments proposed for operation in the City of Goldsboro's planning jurisdiction: 1) Electronic gaming operations are permitted only in the General Business (GB) zoning district after the obtainment of a Conditional Use Permit approved by City Council. 2) No establishment shall be located within five hundred 500) feet of any residentially zoned or developed property, church, school, day care, playground or public park. Where the proposed establishment is separated from residentially zoned or developed property by a four- Page 1 of 3 B DISCUSSION:

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lane highway, the five hundred (500) foot separation shall only apply to the properties along the sides and rear of the establishment.

(3) No such establishment shall be located within one mile (5,280 ft.) of another such establishment.

(4) The hours of operation for such operations shall be limited to 7:00 a. m. to 2:00 a. m.

On February 3, 2020, City Council approved a request by the applicant to amend a Conditional Use Permit for the operation of an internet cafe to increase the number of gaming machines from 35 games to a maximum of SO gaming machines. 52 existing paved parking spaces were available to serve the site.
Tagged Interests: council, restaurants, and parking

The applicant contended that the City's commercial parking ordinance requiring 1.5 parking spaces per gaming machine was excessive based on the fact that only one customer could operate one gaming machine at any one time.

Now, the applicant is requesting to amend an existing Conditional Use Permit for the operation of an internet cafe to increase the number of gaming machines from 50 to 100. Frontage: 454.3 ft. (US 117) Area: 97,220 sq. ft., or 2.23 acres Zoning: General Business

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Hours of Operation: 10:00 a.m. to 2 a.m. (7 days)

No. of Employees: 2 (17 employees; maximum 2 per shift)

Site and landscape plans for this operation were previously approved with Conditional Use Permit CU-16-16. The following modifications were also approved:

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Rear yard landscape buffer due to grade separation at railroad tracks.

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Vehicular surface buffer at front due to existing paving and public right-of-way;

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Street tree requirement; and

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Distance from residentially zoned property from 200 ft. to 125 ft.

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CU-3-20 LONGHORN INTERNET CAFE REQUEST: ADDITIONAL ELECTRONIC GAMES TO 100

CASE : APPLICANT: REQUEST: PIN : LOCATION: HOURS OF OPERATION: NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES: The data represented on this map has b een compiled by the best methods available. kOJracy is conti'lgent upon the CU-3-20 source information as compiled byvarious agencies and
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LONGHORN BUSINESS CENTER departments both ntemal and extomal to the City ot G MES Goldsboro, NC. Users of the data represented on this map ADDITIONAL ELECTRONIC GAMES TO 100 A are hereby notified that the pri,..,ryinformetion sources should

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2598-45-6535 be consuned for verification of the i'lformation contained herein. The City of Goldsboro and the CO l'3nies con traded to develop 1716 S. US 117 these data assume no legal responsibilities for tho information or

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A.M. TO 2 A.M /7 DAYS A WEEK accuracycontained onthis map. nisstridlyforbidden tosel l or 17 EMPLOYEES I 2 PER SHIFT reproduce these .maps or data for 111y reason wrthout the wntten consent of the C v of Goldsboro.

CU-3-20 LONGHORN INTERNET CAFE REQUEST: INCREASE ELECTRONIC GAMES FROM 50 TO 100

CONDITIONAL USE PLAN The data represented on this map has been compiled by the best methods rw ail able. k.ru ra:y is cantil gent upon the CASE : CU-3-20 sou rce information as compiled byvar ious agencies and APPLICANT: LONGHORN BUSINESS CENTER d epartments both ntemal and external to the City ot. Goldsboro, NC. Users of the data re presente d on th1s map REQUEST: INCREASE ELECTRONIC GAMES TO 100 GAMES are he rebynotified that the primaryintormation sources should PIN : 2598-45-6535 be consu ed for verffication of the ilformation contained herein. The City of Goldsboro and the COfT1)8nies contraded to develop LOCATION: 1716 S. US 117 HW Y these data assume no legal responsibilities for the information or
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TA\LOVING 400 Patetown Road P.O. Drawer 919 Request CPR-4100-018 Goldsboro NC 27533-0919 No.: REV - _I 919-734-8400 ohonel 919 736-2148 faxl

- CHANGE ORDER PROPOSAL Project Name: Goldsboro Sewer Rehabilitation Phase 4 Project. No. 4100 Location: Goldsboro NC Date 5/5/2020 Owner: Ci Y of Goldsboro Drawing No. Engineer: McKim Creed Spec. Section

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Reference: RFPNo. : Work Directive No.: Field Order No.: Olher

Description: Complete ditch bank stabilization improvements to big ditch near Beech/Komeagy intersection. 208 LF@ 675.00/FT

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LABOR (See attached itemized breakdown) ................ ........ .... ....... .......... .... .......... ... .......... ........... .......................................... ..... 34,060.00

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MATERIALS (Sec attached itemized breakdown) ...... .. ......... : ......... .. ...... ...................................... ............................ .... ................ 5,871.25

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TIMEEXTENSIONFIELDCOSTS** ..... .. ...................... ........ ......... DAYS I IPERDAY ......... .. ...... 0.00 5. SUB-TOTAL DIRECT WORK .. .... .. .. ............... ... .... ........... ....... ...... ..... .. ............................................................. ... .... . .............. 39,931.25

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OVERHEAD PROFIT ON DIRECT WORK ................... ... ..... ........................ .......................... J 15 ......... ... ......... ... ... 5,989.69 7. TOTAL DIRECT WORK ......................................................................................................................................................... 45,920.94

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SUB-TOTAL SUBCONTRACTOR WORK: ............ .. ................................ .. .................. ... ............................... .. .... ... ... ... ............ . 87,000.00

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OVERHEAD PROFIT ON SUBCONTRACTOR WORK ..................................................... J 5 .. ....... ... .. ......... .. .. .. 4,350.00 10. TOTAL SUBCONTRACTOR WORK ......... .... ......... ..... .. .... .. ..... ..... .. ....... .. ..... .. ................... ... ........................ .. ........... .. ............. j 91,350.00 II . SUB-TOTAL DIRECT AND SUBCONTRACTOR WORK ..... .. .............................. ................ .. .. ............ .... ............. .. ......... .... .. . 137,270.94 12. BOND INSURANCE: . .. . .. 2. SO of subtotal 11 .................... ........... ........................................ .. ........... .. ...... ....... .. ... . 3,059.06

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TOTAL CHANGE PROPOSAL REQUEST ............ ................ . ...... ........ . ........................... ... .. ..... .... ...... ...... I 140,330.00 . 'i / _..; RmewedBy: _ _ _ _____ Date: __ 5/5120_

Schedule impact indeterminate at this time. The contractor reserves lts rights to a time extension and extended field costs due to the cumulative effect of changes: Accepted By: T. A. Loving Company

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A. Loving Company 400 Patetown Road P.O. Drawer 919

Goldsboro NC 27533-0919

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919-734-8400 (phone) 919-736-2148 (fax

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CPR-4100-018 REV 5,000.00 500.00 0.00 32,750.00 0.00 0.00 818.75 491.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 LOVIN T. A. Loving Company Change Proposal 400 Patetown Road P.O. Drawer919 Request CPR-4100..018 Goldsboro NC 27533-0919 No.: REV 919-734h8400 (phone) 919-736-2148 (fax) TAKE OFF WORKSHEET MATERIAl LABOR EQUIPMENT OTHER ITEM DESCRIPTION QTV. UNIT UNIT COST OTAlCOS lABOR RATE TOTAl COST UNIT COST TOTAl COS UNIT TOTAL COST Project Manager SOY 1 ,300.00 6,500.00 0.00 Project Engineer 15 DY 750.00 11 ,250.00 0.00 Superintendent 15 DY 1 ,000.00 15,000.00 0.00
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RESOLUTION NO. 2020- RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 18-REVISED WITH T. A. LOVING COMPANY FOR PHASE IV SEWER COLLECTION REHABILITATION PROJECT FORMAL BID 2018-004 WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Goldsboro awarded a contract on July 16, 2018 to T. A. Loving Company for the Phase IV Sewer Collection Rehabilitation Project; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Goldsboro recommends additional work for the rehabilitation project; and WHEREAS, T. A. Loving Company submitted a cost of 140,330 for the additional work; and WHEREAS, the City Council deems it in the best interest of the City of Goldsboro to issue Change Order No. 18-Revised to Contract 2018-004 with T. A. Loving Company for 140,330; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina, that:
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The City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to execute Change Order No. 18-Revised for 140,330 with T. A. Loving Company for Phase IV Sewer Collection Rehabilitation Project.

2. This resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after this ----
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day of , 2020.

Mayor Attested by: City Clerk Item _______D 3-31-2020 E ORDINANCE NO. 2020-
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AN ORDINANCE ENACTING AND ADOPTING A SUPPLEMENT

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TO THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA

WHEREAS, American Legal Publishing Corporation of Cincinnati, Ohio, has completed the 2020 S-44 Supplement to the Code of Ordinances of the City of Goldsboro; and WHEREAS, said Supplement contains all Ordinances of a general nature enacted since the publication of the 2019 S-43 Supplement to the Code of Ordinances of said municipality; and WHEREAS, American Legal Publishing Corporation has recommended the revision or addition of certain sections of the Code of Ordinances which are based on, or make reference to, sections of the North Carolina Code. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Mayor and City Council of the

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City of Goldsboro, North Carolina, that:

1. It is the intent of the City Council to accept the updated sections of the City Code of Ordinances in accordance with the changes of the law of the State of North Carolina.
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The 2020-44 Supplement to the City Code of Ordinances, as prepared by the

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American Legal Publishing Corporation of Cincinnati, Ohio, and as attached hereto, be and the same is hereby adopted by reference as if set out in its entirety.

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This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after this 18th day of

May, 2020. __________________________ Mayor Attested by: _____________________ City Clerk F

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RULES OF PROCEDURE FOR ELECTRONIC BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS MEETINGS

As a part of the Act to Provide Aid To North Carolinians In Response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Crisis, (S.L. 2020-3, SB 704) the General Assembly has enacted modifications to the laws governing meetings of public bodies, and voting and quorum rules for city and county governing boards. The new law modifies those rules and provides specific guidance regarding remote meetings, including quorum, notice, voting, public comment, and public hearings. These provisions are in Section 4.31 of the Act, (starting on page 61 in the PDF linked above). The new provisions for remote public meetings became effective on May 4, 2020, and only apply when there is a declaration of a state of emergency by the Governor or General Assembly under GS 166A-90.20. They aren t triggered by city or county emergency declarations.
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Remote meetings authorized and defined. The new law enacts GS 166A-19.24, which authorizes any public body to conduct remote meetings in accordance with the rules set out in the act, as well as with the provisions of the open meetings law. Remote meeting is defined as: An official meeting, or any part thereof, with between one and all of the members of the public body participating by simultaneous communication. Simultaneous communication is defined as: Any communication by conference telephone, conference video, or other electronic means. Official meeting and public body are defined as set out in the open meetings law.

Simultaneous communication requirements. When meeting using simultaneous communication in an official meeting, the method must allow for any member of the public body to hear what is said by the other members of the public body; hear what is said by any individual addressing the public body; and be heard by the other members of the public body when speaking to the public body. In other words, the person participating remotely must be able to hear and be heard throughout the meeting. The law also requires any members who are participating by simultaneous communication and can t be seen by the public body to identify themselves when the roll is taken, when the remote meeting commences, prior to participating in deliberations (including making motions, proposing amendments, and raising points of order), and prior to voting. Requirements for conducting remote meetings. As with all other official meetings of public bodies, the precise notice requirements that apply to an electronic meeting depend on whether the meeting qualifies as a regular, special, emergency, or recessed meeting. Prior to the new legislation, every electronic meeting notice had to specify the location and means whereby members of the public could listen to the meeting. GS 143-318.13(a). Under the new law, an electronic meeting notice issued during a state of emergency declared by the Governor or General Assembly must specify the means by which the public can access the remote as that meeting occurs. It doesn t have to specify a physical location where members of the public can go to hear the meeting. This exception makes sense because, as we have seen, situations serious enough to trigger a gubernatorial or legislative emergency declaration can sometimes lead to restrictions on mass gatherings.
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The remote meetings must be simultaneously streamed online so that simultaneous live audio, and video, if any, is available to the public. If the means of the remote meeting is a conference call, the public body can provide access by providing an opportunity to dial in or stream the audio live and listen to the meeting.
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Minutes of remote meetings must reflect the use of simultaneous communication, which members were participating by simultaneous communication, and when those members joined or left the remote meeting.

The public body must comply with GS 143-318.13(c), which prohibits acting by reference such as deliberating, voting, or otherwise taking action upon any matter by reference to a letter, number or other designation, or other secret device or method, with the intention of making it impossible for persons attending a meeting of the public body to understand what is being deliberated, voted, or acted upon. This provision does not prohibit a public body from deliberating, voting, or otherwise taking action by reference to an agenda, if copies of the agenda, sufficiently worded to enable the public to understand what is being deliberated, voted, or acted upon, are available for public inspection at the meeting.
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All documents to be considered during the remote meeting must be provided to each member of the public body.

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All chats, instant messages, texts, or other written communications between the members of the public body regarding public business during a remote meeting are public records.

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Closed Sessions: The new law allows public bodies to meet in closed session as authorized in GS 143-318.11, and makes it clear that a public body is not required to provide access to the remote meeting while it is in closed session. The public body must comply with all of the requirements in the new law and the open meetings law, including noticing an open meeting, allowing access to the open portion of the meeting, making a motion in open session to go into closed session indicating the provision that authorizes the closed session, preparing minutes and a general account, and coming out of closed session to continue the meeting or adjourn. Public bodies may want to consider developing strategies to protect confidential information when members are participating remotely.

Public Hearings: The new law authorizes public bodies to conduct public hearings during a remote meeting and take action based on those hearings. It adds a requirement that written comments may be submitted at any time between the notice of the public hearing and 24 hours after the public hearing. A consequence of this requirement is that the public body will not be able to take action on the matter immediately following the public hearing. It will have to take action at a later meeting or recess the meeting long enough to comply with the 24-hour requirement.

Quasi-Judicial Evidentiary Hearings: These evidentiary hearings are required when a decision involves due process rights, and require evidential testimony by the applicant and other people whose due process rights may be affected. These people have standing to testify and challenge
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the final decision. The trial-like nature of quasi-judicial evidentiary hearings present difficult issues for remote meetings. The new law does, however, authorize the use of remote meetings for quasi-judicial, subject the following requirements: The right of an individual to a hearing and decision occur during emergency; All persons subject to the quasi-judicial proceeding who have standing to participate in the quasi-judicial hearing have been given notice of the quasi-judicial hearing and consent to the remote meeting;
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All due process rights of the parties affected are protected.

This provision raises some difficult issues. It may be challenging for the public body to identify all of the individuals who have standing in order to the obtain their consent. A detailed definition of Standing for challenging local government quasi-judicial decisions can be found in GS 160A-393 (d). In some cases it may easy to identify people who have standing but in some cases, people with standing might not be identified until the hearing is under way. In addition, the time frame within which a quasi-judicial meeting may be held is subject to multiple interpretations. It s not clear when the right occurs. Putting these issues aside, as described in Adam Lovelady s blog post here, there remain many practical challenges and legal risks with conducting quasi-judicial hearings with remote participation.
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Quorum: Local governments have struggled with the issue of whether members of a public body who are not physically present can be counted as present for purposes of a quorum. As I noted in a blog post here, this is mostly an issue for the governing boards of cities and counties due to the language in their quorum and voting statutes that make reference to members being present or physically present. For other public bodies, the open meetings generally law generally recognizes electronic meetings as official meetings. The new law modifies the city and county quorum statutes (GS 153A-43, GS 160A-73), making it clear that a member of any public body who is participating by simultaneous communication must be counted as present for purposes of a quorum as long the communication is maintained for that member. This means that during a state-level state of emergency, there is no requirement to have a quorum physically present at a remote meeting.

Both the city and county quorum statutes provide that if a member has withdrawn without being excused by a majority of the members present, the member is counted as being present for purposes of a quorum. This provision applies under the new law, but it s not clear how it would work. If a person is participating with video, it would be possible for a person physically move out of the frame of the video and no longer being seen. Other situations are more difficult. What if the person is participating with audio only. If the person puts down the phone and walks away, it would difficult determine if the person is still present. As a practical matter, the presiding officer or any board members could ask the person to confirm that the person is still present. What if the person intentionally terminates the connection? In that case it appears that under the amended quorum rules, that person is no longer counted as being present. Similarly, if the person s connection is severed due to technical issues, the person is no longer participating simultaneously and therefore no longer counted as present.
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Voting: The new law provides that the vote of each member is to be counted as if the member physically present only as long as the simultaneous communication is maintained for that person. As noted earlier, under the new law, during a remote meeting all votes must be conducted by roll call. In addition, the new law provides that notwithstanding the authority in GS 143-218(b), no vote by secret or written ballots on paper or electronic may be taken in a remote meeting.

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For city and county governing boards, the new law provides that the provisions of GS 153A-44 and GS 160A-75 (the voting statutes) apply. In addition, the new law modifies the voting statutes to provide that a vote or a failure by any member who is participating by simultaneous communication must treated as if the member were physically present. This applies only as long as the communication is maintained for that member.

The default yes rule: The city voting statute provides that if a council member is present, has not been excused from voting, and does not vote, the member is counted as voting yes. This is often called the default yes rule. Since all votes are roll call, and members participating with simultaneous communication must identify themselves before they vote, only those that have done so can vote. If a person has been identified as being present for the vote, but does not vote, it should be recorded as a yes. If a person is present but doesn t identify him or herself, the person can t vote, and if the person attempts to vote it should not count. If the person has terminated the communication before the vote, or if the person has lost communication due to technical problems, the person is no longer counted as present and cannot vote. Implications for Electronic Meetings After the State of Emergency: With the onset of the pandemic, there was broad concern about the lack of clarity regarding the authority and procedures for remote and electronic meetings. In our earlier blog posts and advising for local government officials regarding we attempted to balance adherence to the statutory language and the need to protect the health and safety. The most difficult issues have been how to meet the quorum and voting requirements for city and county governing boards. For most other public bodies, the statutes and procedures are much more open to local policies. In addition, as set out in blog posts regarding strategies for electronic meetings, hereand here, there are reasonable practices for electronic meetings that preserve the obligation of access and align with existing law. As noted in my earlier in this blog, the legislature has seen fit validate all the use of electronic means in meetings undertaken between March 10 and May 4.

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City of Goldsboro Departmental Monthly Reports

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Human Resources 2. Community Relations 3. Paramount Theater-GEC 4. Inspections 5. Downtown Development 6. Information Technology 7. Public Works 8. Public Utilities 9. Finance

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Planning 11. Engineering 12. Fire 13. Police 14. Parks and Recreation 15. Travel and Tourism

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HUMAN RESOURCES April 2020 Prepared By: Pamela C. Leake Date Prepared: May 4, 2020 Human Resources

Staff has attended several webinars/Zoom meetings to stay abreast of Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) laws, assist employees, and process personnel actions related to emergency sick and family paid leave. Thirty-seven employees are currently teleworking. Administrative Professionals Day was April 22. Floral arrangements were delivered in appreciation of the Administrative Assistants hard work and dedication. Staff served on the interview panel for Crime Scene Specialist (Police Department) and is working with the Fire Department for its upcoming assessment center in May. The Human Resources Director will present the final revisions of the Personnel Policy to Council for approval. Staff is working with Evergreen Consulting to finalize recommendations for the pay and compensation study. The Police Major Assessment Process has been postponed. The Parks Recreation Directors Assessment Process will be held virtually on May 11 12. Safety The Safety and Accident Review Committee met on April 28. Six cases were reviewed (1 personal
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injury; 5 vehicle accidents). Three were at fault and three not at-fault. The Safety Coordinator is working with the DMV to provide Defensive Driving for employees. Fieldwork included City contractor observations, inspecting Center Street extension project and

the progress of the HUB, and spending time with crews throughout the City. Continuous monitoring/training employees to comply with social distancing. Met with Doug McGrath concerning the use of the HUB for concerts during the summer months. Attended two webinars: Wearing masks to comply with local government policy and OSHA site
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inspections Occupational Health There were 96 clinic visits this month. The Health Beat for March was First Aid and CPR Training for Parks and Recreation. Five employees attended the session. No random drug screens or post-accident tests were performed this month. There were 120 clinic visits. The nurse is also providing guidance to supervisors and staff regarding COVID-19 and working with the safety coordinator to insure compliance throughout the facilities and work areas.

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MONTHLY STATISTICS 2020 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JULY AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC AVG

Total Employment 573 573 575 574 574 Vacancies 21 23 28 16 24 Applications 480 367 208 158 303 Applicant Notices 277 295 110 259 227 New Hires 9 6 5 3 6 Resignations 1 3 2 4 3 Retirements 4 2 1 0 2 Terminations 0 1 0 0 .25 Turnover Rate .87 .87 .52 .70 .74 Vehicle Accidents
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2019 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JULY AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC AVG Applications 348 320 346 542 283 203 401 247 61 274 620 276 323 New Hires 11 7 1 3 3 1 8 6 6 2 0 0 4 Separations 3 3 6 3 1 5 4 3 5 3 2 11 4 Vehicle Accidents

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Note: Hiring and separation statistics represent full time personnel.

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COMMUNITY RELATIONS DEPARTMENT April 2020 Prepared By: Shycole Simpson Carter, Community Relations Director Date Prepared: May 18, 2020

In light of COVID 19 and social distance requirements recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and

Prevention (CDC) the following scheduled Boards and Commission meetings were canceled: o Commission on Community Relations and Development meeting for Tuesday, April 14, 2020 o Mayor s Goldsboro Youth Council meeting for April 1, 2020 and April 15, 2020 along with service projects

scheduled for GYC to volunteer o Mayor s Committee for Persons with Disabilities meeting for April 17, 2020 The Department received three (3) housing complaints and seven (7) requests for assistance. Description of said complaints were alleged two improper evictions complaints, one substandard housing complaint, seven seeking assistance with community information and public relations related to COVID 19. Complaints were submitted through the 311 GIS system or rerouted for resolution to the appropriate city department, designated community agency, or State resource. The Department developed a COVID 19 Community Resources List to assist residents. The Department launched the City of Goldsboro Summer Youth Employment Initiative Program; applications started being accepted on March 23rd to April 24th online only through the City s websites. Marketing consisted of articles in the Goldsboro News Argus, one month Goldsboro Daily News Tile Ad, social media and email blitz, and an extensive radio advertising campaign on 92.7 Jamz and WFMC. At the end of the closing date April 24th, the program received 32 applications and 4 businesses or organizations had indicated they would become a worksite this summer. The Department was informed by several businesses or organizations that due to COVID 19 they were concerned with becoming or would not become a worksite this summer. The Sponsoring Partners recommended suspending FY20 Summer Youth Employment Initiative Program and revisit facilitating a program next summer around January 2021. The Department launched two Goldsboro ConPlan and AI Surveys (Residents and Stakeholder). Marketing to the general public has consisted of social media and email blitz, digital article within the Goldsboro Daily News, and an upcoming advertisement within the Goldsboro News Argus. This is part of the citizen participation process to collect updated information on housing and community development needs in Goldsboro for the Consolidated Plan (ConPlan) and Analysis Impediments (AI) and to confirm that the community development and housing needs identified for the 2020 2024 Consolidated Plan are still applicable.
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Housing 2 2 1 3 2 Consumer Other 2 2 10 7 5

Housing 1 4 5 2 2 4 2 2 2 1 1 0 2 Consumer Other 3 4 3 4 3 4 6 1 4 0 4 2 3 Oct Nov Dec AVGMay Jun Jul Aug Sep2019 Complaints Jan Feb Mar Apr 2020 Complaints Jan Feb Mar Apr Oct Nov Dec AVGMay Jun Jul Aug Sep
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PARAMOUNT GEC April 2020 Prepared by: Adam Twiss Date Prepared: 5/11/2020

--------------PARAMOUNT THEATRE-------------- No April activity during Executive Order closure of non-essential businesses April COVID-19 related postponements include: 26 rental days, 8 public performances April labor includes 4,222 vacation payout for voluntary termination of staff member Repairs and Maintenance: o Wheelchair lift replacement being evaluated, contractor providing estimate. o Substantial roof damage, likely due to strong storms appears to be under full warranty. --------------FINANCIAL--------------
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Expenses 23,792: Labor - 16,608 /Operational 7,184 o Revenues - 0: Tickets - 0 /Rentals- 0 /Concession- 0

--------------GOLDSBORO EVENT CENTER-------------- No April activity during Executive Order closure of non-essential businesses March COVID-19 related cancellations/postponements include 14 rental days Repairs and Maintenance: o Weather damaged fa ade repairs being coordinated. --------------FINANCIAL-------------- o Expenses 9,130: Labor - 4322 /Operational 4,808 o Revenues 0: Rentals - 0 /Concessions 0 o Value City Use 0: Value of non-revenue City use: = 0 Jan-20 Feb-20 Mar-20 April-20 May-20 June-20 July-20 Aug-20 Sept-20 Oct-20 Nov-20 Dec-20 2020 Total 2020 Average Rev 0 3,062 2000 0 5,062 1,266 Jan-19 Feb-19 Mar-19 April-19 May-19 June-19 July-19 Aug-19 Sept-19 Oct-19 Nov-19 Dec-19 2019 Total 2019 Average Jan-20 Feb-20 Mar-20 April-20 May-20 June-20 July-20 Aug-20 Sept-20 Oct-20 Nov-20 Dec-20 2020 Total 2020 Average Jan-19 Feb-19 Mar-19 April-19 May-19 June-19 July-19 Aug-19 Sept-19 Oct-19 Nov-19 Dec-19 2019 Total 2019 Average

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INSPECTIONS April 2020 Prepared By: Allen Anderson, Jr. Date Prepared 05/05/20

The valuation of all-miscellaneous (Mechanical, gas, insulation, electrical, plumbing, fire, sprinkler, pool, tank, demolition, signs, business inspection, itinerant merchant) permits issued during this time period totaled 1,345,643.
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All permit fees collected for the month totaled 37,567. Of the permit fees collected for the month, 2,985 was collected in technology fees. Plan review fees collected during the month totaled 1,625. Business Registration fees collected totaled 370.

The Inspectors did a total of 430 inspections for the month. During the month of April, two (2) business inspections were completed. A total of 229 permits were issued for the month. Forty-five (45) plan reviews were completed for April. We now have a total of 157 residential structures in the Minimum Housing Process and 6 commercial structures in the Demolition by Neglect Process. 2020 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Avg Permit Valu. All Bldgs (M) 11 2.3 1.4 3.8 4.6 Residential (K) 2.6M 843 435 2.4M 1.6M Misc (M) 3 3 1.3 1.3 2 Permit Fee (K) 45 48 29 38 40 Inspections 597 351 612 430 498 Permits Issued 271 249 257 229 252 Plan Reviews 17 43 41 45 37 Min Housing 134 136 157 157 146 In Process 2019 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Avg Permit Valu. All Bldgs (M) 2 14 6 428K 8 2 4 11 2 3 10 4 6 Residential (K) 805 1M 599 0 2M 767 580 557 985 514 999 1M 817 Misc (M) 5 2 2 2 2 1 3 2 1 2 1 2 2 Permit Fee (K) 34 40 48 27 46 41 38 40 26 23 46 40 37 Inspections 614 603 531 497 603 488 533 663 516 447 500 453 537 Permits Issued 296 296 270 271 334 296 329 255 226 248 236 241 275 Plan Reviews 39 47 65 46 34 43 90 35 51 70 45 34 50 Min Housing 171 99 102 118 121 125 126 111 121 129 128 129 123 In Process
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Downtown Development Department April 2020 Prepared By: Erin Fonseca Date Prepared: May 12, 2020 Current Downtown Development Office Projects Staff Worked On Over the Month Include:

Met with (or conversed by email/phone) 6 potential new property acquisition projects/persons and/or business interests regarding downtown. Over the past month, staff visited downtown businesses 21 different times. Collaborated with city and county entities to create a weekly business support webinar series. Worked through updates related to the TIGER VIII grant. Continued discussions about the Neighborhood Plan and property acquisitions. Continued working on the Union Station Adaptive Reuse Study. Downtown Development Office Events or Activities that Staff Administered or Assisted During the Month: Created ads for Go, Buzz, 107.9, Curtis Media, billboards and the News Argus for downtown updates. Attended multiple Merchants Association meetings throughout the month, in person and virtual. Completed a budget review for FY 2020/21. Staff concluded the hiring process for a new Administrative Assistant May 6 start date. Staff met with a developer to discuss their potential interest/involvement in developing downtown properties. Staff met with a property development consultant to discuss neighborhood plan needs. Staff continued to communicate with merchants daily from March 13th regarding funding and policy updates. Staff attended virtual meetings on COVID 19 Relief topics April 16th, April 23rd, April 30th Staff attended a virtual check in meeting with NC Main Street on April 7th Staff planned and placed orders for 2 downtown beautification/art projects. DGDC Events or Activities that Staff Administered or Assisted During the Month: Facilitated and attended the following monthly meetings: DGDC Board (04/15), DGDC Executive Committee (04/11) Initiated a collaborative virtual meeting with the Downtown Merchants Association on 4/5 Staff began editing the 2020 event schedule based on evolving crowd restrictions. Cancelled March 13th Shamrock Shuffle, April 18th Community Action Day, April, May and June Center Street Jam and June Sprinkler Fun Days.
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Upcoming Events/Activities: Center Street Jams intended to begin July 9th. Subject to change. Sprinkler Fun Days intended to begin July 2nd. Subject to change. The DGDC Sponsorship campaign was placed on hold as of the March 18th DGDC Board meeting.

Businesses Opening/Properties Purchased Downtown Fresh Market opened on April 6th at 105 N Center Street. Brisas Latin Cuisine is moving across the street to 103 N Center Street; the old Ed s property. Pizza restaurant replacing the former Brisas location 109 Ormond Avenue was transferred. Other: Downtown Goldsboro s Facebook page followers/likes grew from 11,413 to 11,458 in the month of April.

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Information Technology April 2020 Prepared By: Scott Williams Date Prepared: May 8, 2020

Completed install, splicing and testing for Fiber at TC Coley. Wi-Fi now operational. Energov Upgrade went live Monday, April 13th. Worked with contractor for door controls for The Hub. Upgraded City s primary Web Server and Video Server. Printed updated ID badges for over 200 staff. Setup Teleworking for staff that are able to work remotely. Installed equipment at water tanks for SCADA Fiber network. Expanded bandwidth on pubic Wi-Fi to make more available for school work and community needs. Adjusted settings for web and email filters to reduce COVID-19 scams from reaching our systems. Completed Demo of equipment for technology replacement plan. Completed Firehouse portion of Spillman Integration. Installed TVs and streaming equipment at Fire Station 4. Vendor fixed damaged door and replaced glass at Fire Station 1. Involved replacing glass, metal work and new hardware at vendor expense. Completed storage assessment for network storage. Installed/Configured four AVL units for vehicle tracking trial. Coordinated relocation of fiber from a pole will be removed from construction area of The Hub. Completed setup for Energov IVR using existing number. Received and installed UPS Units for GPD and GFD machines to cover power loss during weekly
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, contractor, construction, equipment, utility, Utility, Telecommunications, fire departments and districts, water, Technology, telecommunications, technology, education, information technology, pole, and Information Technology

generator testing. Completed setup for Council Meeting to be ran over WebEx. Completed budget meeting and submitted cuts for FY 20-21.

2020 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC AVG TOTAL Tickets Opened 551 656 595 618 605 1,802 Tickets Closed 524 684 560 680 612 1,768 Open Tickets 511 483 518 456 492 2019 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC AVG TOTAL Tickets Opened 662 536 546 519 540 424 686 708 545 734 475 441 568 6618 Tickets Closed 551 467 575 429 496 454 942 664 503 672 498 416 556 6667 Open Tickets 456 490 457 549 582 612 300 342 384 446 423 448 457 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 22.3 12.2 35.4 17.3 21.8 5.8 5.2 7.6 5.1 5.9

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Water Repairs Sewer Repairs Monthly Highlights Departments AVG D is tr ib u ti o n C o lle ct io n s
Tagged Interests: sewer, utility, Utility, and water

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Tagged Interests: utility and Utility

Utility Line Maint (1000-ft) Lines Camera'd (1000-ft)

Water Repairs Sewer Repairs Hydrants Replaced/Fixed Meter Install/Changed

Tagged Interests: sewer, utility, Utility, and water

City-Owned Lots Mowing (ac)

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Hydrants Replaced/Fixed Meter Install/Changed

Radio, Electrical, Bldg Sign Repairs B ld g G ro u n d s ROW Mowing (ac)

Tagged Interests: radio

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Tagged Interests: radio and streets

City-Owned Lots Mowing (ac)

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April 2020 Prepared by: Rick Fletcher Date Prepared: 5 May 2020 2019 Cemetery Funerals Utility Cut Repairs Pot Hole Repairs Storm Pipe RepairsS tr

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, Public Works, and public works

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Pipe Open Ditch Maint(1000-ft)

Ditch mowing (1000-ft) Garage Buildings Grounds: Continued repairing and converting lighting in multiple facilities to LED; Added/installed multiple electrical outlets and pulled several hundred feet of Cat-6 cable for IT; Grounds Maintenance added several new county owned lots to mow. Distribution Collections: Replaced 32 manhole lids/installed rain pans; Cut/sprayed around sewer outfall manholes fence lines, the WRF and Wetlands on Westbrook; Raised 5 manholes on Slocumb St outfall; Repaired wash out on Carolina St Outfall; Installed 2 inch tap and new water line at National Guard Armory. Streets Storm water: Replaced 765 linear ft of sidewalk/driveway aprons at 5 locations; Brokered deal hauled 80 tons collected road debris from compound for free--no fees; Removed 10 downed trees from roadways; Collaborated w/NCDOT to get 545 ft of ditch regraded on George St--cleared 4 catch basins/230 ft of pipe; Re-established 1,725 ft of residential ditch on Randall/Sanborn Lane--mitigating flooding in Central Heights; repaired stormwater pipe behind Kemp on Elm St--reestablished flow from Center St.

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, impact fee, sewer, streets, pets, utility, Utility, water, flooding, trees, military, Pedestrian, and stormwater

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PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT April 2020 Prepared By: Michael Wagner Date Prepared: May 11, 2020

Water Treatment Plant The Water Treatment Plant operations are proceeding smoothly. o The plate settlers are expected to arrive in June and installation begin in June 2020.
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, and plant

1-million gallon per day sump pump for filters is scheduled for May installation. o The annual conversion from chloramines to free chlorine is scheduled to take place May 6,

2020. This is expected to last five weeks while Public Works does annual flushing maintenance. Water Reclamation Facility The Water Reclamation Facility operations are proceeding smoothly. o Aging U.V. System and filters are impeding best treatment practices and increasing operational costs. The average daily flows for April were 8.60 MGD. All of the city s 26 pump stations are operating well.
Tagged Interests: facility, sewer, utility, Utility, water, Public Works, and public works

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With the exception of the 117 and Little Cherry pump station bar screens. o The obsolete telemetry system continues to be prepared for an upgrade.

Compost Facility Nine-hundred and twenty six cubic yards of compost and mulch was sold in April 2020. Historical data for water and sewer volumes are in million gallons per day (MGD) and are average daily flows for each month. 2020 MGD Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Monthly Average Water* 6.032 6.201 6.318 6.117 6.167 Sewer** 9.71 13.45 9.95 8.60 10.43 Compost 283 950 824 926 745
Tagged Interests: facility, sewer, historical, utility, Utility, and water

*Water permit- 12.0 MGD; **Wastewater permit- 14.2 MGD

2019 MGD Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Monthly Average Water* 6.206 6.053 6.016 6.175 7.237 7.351 7.361 6.890 6.693 6.519 6.310 6.287 6.591 Sewer** 11.66 11.76 12.22 11.01 7.84 8.28 7.39 6.83 7.48 6.73 6.92 8.52 8.88 Compost 52 319 390 552 503 437 103 121 217 508 350 6 297 *Water permit- 12.0 MGD; **Wastewater permit- 14.2 MGD
Tagged Interests: sewer, utility, Utility, and water

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FINANCE APRIL 2020 Prepared By: Andrea Thompson Date Prepared: May 11, 2020

FY 18 19 Actual to Date Actual to Date YTD Revenues April 19 Adjusted Budget April 20 Collected General Fund 36,293,415 45,117,296 31,955,528 70.83 Utility Fund 17,413,947 20,424,368 15,801,998 77.37 Downtown District Fund 72,343 221,701 89,375 40.31 Occupancy Tax Fund 966,105 1,113,732 911,285 81.82 Stormwater Fund 1,242,713 1,467,481 1,278,658 87.13 Total 55,988,523 68,344,578 50,036,844 73.21
Tagged Interests: finance, 911, budget, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, downtown, and stormwater

Expenditures General Fund 37,078,966 45,117,296 35,111,089 77.82 Utility Fund 17,062,050 20,424,368 15,259,782 74.71 Downtown District Fund 42,068 221,701 153,310 69.15 Occupancy Tax Fund 1,049,697 1,113,732 966,616 86.79 Stormwater Fund 829,124 1,467,481 832,975 56.76 Total 56,061,905 68,344,578 52,323,772 76.56

Tagged Interests: taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, downtown, and stormwater

FY 18 19 Revenues Actual to Date Actual to Date YTD

April 19 Adjusted Budget April 20 Collected Property/Occupancy Taxes 16,454,915 18,092,380 16,762,120 92.65 Charges for Services 19,140,249 22,522,489 20,117,992 89.32 Revenue Other Agencies 16,460,997 16,382,031 8,392,211 51.23 Other Revenues 3,932,363 2,715,676 1,849,990 68.12 Fund Balance - 5,717,470 - 0.00 Shared Services - 2,914,532 2,914,532 100.00 Total 55,988,523 68,344,578 50,036,844 73.21 Expenditures Labor 24,218,900 31,034,925 24,585,843 79.22 Non-Labor 31,843,005 37,309,653 27,737,929 74.35 Total 56,061,905 68,344,578 52,323,772 76.56

Tagged Interests: budget, taxes, Taxes, services, and property

FY 18 19 Actual Total Collections Actual April 20 Collected F YTD

Debt Setoff 42,896 6,588 38,884 Surplus 160,832 7,012 57,818 OVERALL SUMMARY FY 19 20 MAJOR CATEGORIES FY 19 20 SELECTED OTHER INFORMATION

Tagged Interests: surplus

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PLANNING April 2020 Prepared By: Debra Creighton Date Prepared: May 4, 2020 During the month of April, the Planning staff reviewed and signed off on all commercial and residential building and sign permits. Staff continues to prepare for upcoming meetings and has overseen contracted projects for the MTP Update, a marketing contract for GWTA and landscaping maintenance for Welcome to Goldsboro signs and enhancement areas. On-going projects include tree and stump removal, preparation of transportation-related documents and preparation of case reports. Code Enforcement has suspended issuing tickets during this time while the State of North Carolina is under mandatory COVID 19 restrictions.

2020 Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total Average
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, planning, market, contract, transportation, trees, commercial, and codes enforcement

Site/Subdivision Plans Planning

Tagged Interests: planning and subdivision

Commission 2 4 2 3 11 3 Staff Level 0 2 1 1 4 1

Rezonings 2 1 1 0 4 1
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and zoning

Historic District Commission Commission

Review 1 1 0 0 2 1 Staff Review 1 0 1 2 4 1 Code Enforcement Grass Cutting Lots 0 0 0 36 36 9 Grass Cutting Payments 0 0 0 2,115 2,115 2,115 Junk Vehicles 0 7 2 2 11 3 Tagged Vehicles 0 43 7 47 97 24 Illegal Signs Removed 0 0 143 67 210 53 Bags of Litter Picked Up 292 2438 261 187 3178 795 GCLDSBOR BE MORE DO MORE SEYMOUR ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT April2020 Prepared by: Guy M. Anderson, P. E. Date Prepared: 05-08-2020
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, historic, and codes enforcement

Stoney Creek Greenway Staff is awaiting authorization to construct from NCDOT; Project manual and final estimate are complete; Anticipated advertisement for bids, upon NCDOT approval, in summer 2020.

Phase IV Sewer Collection Rehabilitation This project is 85 complete; Additional change orders amended the contract completion date to September 9, 2020. SIAFB Sewer Outfall Improvements Design is 90 complete; Anticipated advertisement for bids in May 2020.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, sewer, utility, Utility, contract, advertising, and parks

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019 Infrastructure Recovery (Goldenleaf Foundation) This project is 75 complete;

North Carolina
Tagged Interests: foundation

City Council approved Change Order No.1 on March 2, 2020 to include additional work for removal and replacement of a deteriorated sewer line located behind properties in the 100 block of North Georgia Avenue;

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Tagged Interests: council, sewer, utility, and Utility

Change Order No.1 amended the contract completion date to June 16, 2020.

2020 Street Improvements Project This paving project includes:

Tagged Interests: streets, contract, and streetscape

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Oak Hill Drive from North Berkeley Boulevard to Green Drive; 2. East Chestnut Street from South Slocumb Street to South Leslie Street; 3. Hawthorne Street from Oleander Avenue to Andrews Avenue; 4. Mimosa Street from Claiborne Street to Randolph Street;

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Tagged Interests: streets

City Council awarded a contract to Weaver's Asphalt Maintenance Co., Inc. on April 6, 2020 for 641,711;

A preconstruction conference will be scheduled once contract documents are completed.

Tagged Interests: council and contract

Ash Street/Alabama Avenue Sidewalk Construction plans are 90 complete; Duke Energy has relocated conflicting poles; Anticipated advertisement for bids May 2020.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: rfp, duke energy, RFP, construction, streets, advertising, electric, natural gas, Pedestrian, pole, and energy

2017 Wastewater System Improvements Design plans and specifications are being reviewed by NCDEQ; The low bid was submitted by Am-Liner East, Inc. of Berryville, VA on April 21, 2020;

Recommendation for contract award submitted to Council on May 4th and is contingent upon Division of Water Infrastructure approval.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, council, sewer, utility, Utility, contract, and water

2017 Water System Improvements Design plans and specifications are being developed; Design plans and specifications are anticipated to be sent for NCDEQ review in September 2020.

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and water

2019 Water System Improvements Received the NCDEQ Letter of Intent to Fund; Staff is coordinating with the Finance Department to determine if the City of Goldsboro can afford

Tagged Interests: finance, utility, Utility, and water

the project; Once Finance Department determines affordability, staff will develop a Request for Qualifications

for design services and advertise June 2020.
Tagged Interests: finance, advertising, and services

2019 Street Resurfacine Final list was approved during the August Sth Council meeting; Staff is working to develop a more detailed cost estimate to determine if additional street segments

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Tagged Interests: streets

can be added; Once the detailed estimate is developed, staff will begin putting together the contract documents

and advertise for bids; Anticipated advertise for bids in May 2020.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, contract, and advertising

Best Manaeement Practices (BMPs) Inspections Approximately 308 BMPs have been approved and 258 BMPS have been constructed to date; All BMP inspections completed through the month April 2020.

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2020 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Avg. Total Incidents: 198 187 166 111 166 Structure Fires: 10 4 2 1 4

EMS Calls: 70 81 73 7 58 Vehicle Accidents: 35 22 26 25 27 Fire Alarms: 46 29 26 38 35 O ther: 37 51 39 40 42 Inspections: 129 119 143 73 116 2019 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Avg. Total Incidents: 196 191 203 209 241 207 215 199 223 235 227 209 213 Structure Fires: 5 3 2 4 1 1 4 2 1 10 3 3 3 EMS Calls: 72 84 79 76 76 79 75 74 68 84 78 85 78 Vehicle Accidents: 27 30 40 33 39 27 22 36 33 38 36 32 33 Fire Alarms: 33 33 29 40 54 54 47 46 66 47 44 41 45 O ther: 59 41 53 56 71 46 67 41 55 56 66 48 55 Training Hours: 3122 3211 3263 1804 2128 1788 1885 2995 1757 2061 1963 1322 2275 FIRE DEPARTMENT April 2020 Prepared By: JB/JD Date Prepared: 5/7/20
Tagged Interests: fire departments and districts, training, and EMS

Fire Prevention and Outreach

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Outside Community Outreach cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions 4/1 Public Education GFD Virtual Tours Gear 4/5 Community Service Story Time with GFD Chief Dixon 4/8 Public Education GFD Virtual Tours EDITH 4/11 Community Service Story Time with GFD Firefighter Hornicek 4/15 Public Education GFD Virtual Tours Cooking Safety 4/19 Community Service Story Time with GFD Firefighter Laws 4/26 Community Service Story Time with GFD Firefighter Allen 4/29 Public Education GFD Virtual Tours Tower 1

Working Structure Fires

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, fire departments and districts, cell tower, Cell tower, and education

4/1 101 N Berkeley Blvd

Working Vehicle Fires

4/5 2904 Central Heights Rd 4/6 - 114 Brazil St 4/15 - 2305 Norwood Ave 4/28 - 2607 Royall Ave

Note: Other Fire Calls includes Good Intent Calls, Bomb Scares, Vehicle Fires, Cooking Fires, False Alarms, Assist GPD, Service Calls, Haz-Mat Calls, Grass Fires and Unauthorized Burning.

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GOLDSBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT APRIL 2020 Prepared By: Michael D. West Date Prepared: May 8, 2020

Tagged Interests: public safety

Total Part I Crime (Homicide, Rape, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Larceny, Motor Vehicle Theft, and Arson) for April 2020 were 136 compared to 159 for March 2020.

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Tagged Interests: crime

Property with an estimated value of 239,575 was reported stolen while property with an estimated value of 72,747 was recovered.

Officers arrested 80 people and 189 citations were issued during the month. There were 15 drug-related charges.

Tagged Interests: drugs and property

There was 1 report(s) of assault on an officer.

Revenue collected for April 2020 included: Police Reports 364.00 Fingerprints 0.00 Special Events 0.00 Total 364.00
Tagged Interests: public safety and events

PART I CRIME COMPARISON TREND 2020 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug. Sept Oct Nov Dec Total AVG

OFFENSE Homicide 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rape 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1.5 Robbery 5 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 3.5 Aggravated Assault 10 12 14 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 11.25 Breaking Entering 29 27 21 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 25 Larceny 112 122 113 97 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 444 111 Motor Vehicle Theft 8 8 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 7 Arson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 165 177 159 136 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 637 159.25 2019 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug. Sept Oct Nov Dec Total AVG OFFENSE Homicide 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.2 Rape 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 7 0.7 Robbery 6 4 5 4 5 1 3 5 4 4 4 6 41 4.1 Aggravated Assault 7 8 10 5 15 14 9 10 13 16 10 14 107 10.7 Breaking Entering 33 31 24 35 35 22 34 25 30 30 26 30 299 29.9 Larceny 157 92 104 135 99 138 134 138 127 142 116 113 1266 126.6 Motor Vehicle Theft 7 9 11 8 5 7 6 7 9 7 11 6 76 7.6 Arson 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.1 TOTALS 211 145 154 189 160 184 188 186 183 199 168 170 1799 179.9
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Parks Recreation April 2020 Prepared By: Joshua Shockley/Felicia Brown Date Prepared: 05/08/2020 Pool Expenses New roof placed at Peacock Pool Pump House. Bryan MSCX Some PT staff were used at Golf Course / Maintenance Crew with John Albert. WA Foster Center Some PT staff were used at Golf Course / Maintenance Crew with John Albert. Several staff assisted with delivering Meals on Wheels this month.

2020 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC AVG Herman Park Rec Center Program Revenue 2,361 3,933 336 0 1,658 Rental Revenue 260 1,225 1,240 0 681 Facility Usage 418 1,082 267 0 442 Expenditures 4,257 5,205 2,542 2270 3,569 WA Foster Rec Center Program Revenue 10 5 15 0 8 Rental Revenue 975 1,563 900 0 860 Facility Usage 4,050 3,604 605 0 2,065 Expenditures 10,396 8,788 5,335 2833 6,838 Specialized Recreation Program Revenue 0 0 0 0 0 Rental Revenue 0 0 0 0 0 Facility Usage 354 339 197 0 223 Expenditures 2,020 2,164 1,173 40 1,349 Senior Programs Pools Program Revenue 280 201 157 0 160 Rental Revenue 0 0 0 0 0 Facility Usage 1,144 1,532 674 0 838 Expenditures 2,223 2,380 7,343 4686 4,158 Athletics, Field Picnic Shelters, BMSC Program Revenue 3,262 5,000 5,080 0 3,336 Field / Shelter Rental 700 5,010 1,200 0 1,728 Facility Usage 12,865 17,845 6,585 300 9,399 Expenditures 6,663 14,564 11,999 13,607 11,708 Golf Course Revenues 42,254 16,420 48,796 55,207 40,669 Expenditures 44,547 23,671 55,168 43,112 41,625 Rounds of Golf 973 557 1,421 1,805 1,189 Net - 2,293 -7,251 - 6,372 12,095 955 Special Events Sponsorships 0 0 0 0 0 Participation 0 0 130 0 33 Expenditures 332 0 292 34 165 TOTAL REVENUE 50,102 33,357 57,724 55,207 49,098 TOTAL REVENUE FOR THE YEAR 196,390 **Expenditures include part-time labor cost and facility operational cost but do not include full-time labor cost, loan/bond payments and electricity for the areas with the exception of our Golf Course. All of these costs are included for our Golf Course Expenditures. 2019 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC AVG Herman Park Program Revenue 1,805 3045 1,826 2,928 3,225 7,242 16,676 8,574 690 1,141 412 452 4,001 Rental Revenue 860 1,390 2,455 1,770 2,270 3,490 2,765 2,545 1,140 1,470 1,105 1,210 1,873 Facility Usage 1,735 2,126 1,691 1,788 1,901 1,694 1,568 2,013 868 985 655 595 1,468 Expenditures N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 22,141 8,837 5,666 4,724 2,564 5,692 8,271 WA Foster Rec Center Program Revenue 200 1,180 160 205 300 2,890 4,695 3,235 90 40 30 50 1,090 Rental Revenue 350 1,275 350 1,100 4,600 1,600 1,200 2,830 1,180 1,200 1,135 837 1,471 Facility Usage 7899 7,848 8,320 7,525 9,663 8,624 7,452 5,007 2,570 5,081 5,526 4,729 6,687 Expenditures N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 32,727 18,189 9,745 10,914 10,025 11,261 15,477 Specialized Recreation Program Revenue --- 102 94 --- --- --- ---- 230 --- --- --- --- 36 Rental Revenue --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Facility Usage 413 388 467 348 1,675 277 368 562 365 459 516 150 499 Expenditures N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1,851 2,436 1,001 2,641 4,306 590 2,138 Senior Programs Pools Program Revenue 242 264 277 309 2,396 6,124 7,939 2,621 2,415 309 249 205 1,946 Rental Revenue --- --- --- --- --- 550 425 375 --- --- --- --- 338 Facility Usage 1,532 1,723 1,674 3,097 2,517 4,920 5,825 3,161 1,283 1,520 1,440 871 2,464 Expenditures N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 20,542 13,897 2,682 1,645 1,842 2,046 7,109 Athletics, Field Picnic Shelters, BMSC Program Revenue 5,206 3,573 8451 2,229 12,128 11,459 4,963 6,487 9,366 23,044 16,866 5,441 9,101 Field / Shelter Rental 1,600 150 610 890 1,250 1,480 1,300 795 1,755 898 1,085 2,438 1,188 Facility Usage 15,250 14,340 13,150 20,470 42,520 27,285 11,372 8,245 17,022 29,693 23,738 19,500 20,215 Expenditures N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 13,842 8,892 19,005 54,041 26,867 34,307 26,159 Golf Course Revenues 43,326 22,930 28,167 52,962 55,502 65,797 68,373 49,754 52,843 60,173 20,031 35,203 46,255 Expenditures 33,159 44,676 47,976 41,149 41,387 71,439 43,750 60,039 44,984 39,426 30,373 35,486 44,487 Rounds of Golf 808 1,088 1,741 1,799 2,528 2,812 2,511 2,659 2,316 2,139 985 1,124 1,876 Net 10,167 21,746 19,809 11,813 14,115 5,642 24,623 10,285 7,859 20,747 10,342 203 1,775 Special Events Sponsorships 0 0 0 0 0 1.450 1,990 0 0 0 0 0 166 Participation 0 0 125 3,000 0 180 256 60 40 2680 0 2500 737 Expenditures --- --- --- --- --- --- 2,345 --- 1,305 1,538 510 3,707 784 TOTAL REVENUE 53,589 33,810 42,390 62,393 81,671 102,082 109,901 77,446 69,479 88,275 40,913 45,836 67,315 TOTAL REVENUE FOR THE YEAR 807,785
Tagged Interests: facility, bond, seniors, events, program, parks, rental, golf, athletics, and recreation

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Travel and Tourism April 2020 Prepared By: Ashlin Glatthar, Amber Herring and Josie Jenkins Date Prepared: 5/09/20

Tagged Interests: travel and tourism

Inquiries were fulfilled for the month of April by the TTO 213 e-inquiries. Total hotel revenue generated in March was 1,542,292, which is down -29.2 YOY. April revenue

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Tagged Interests: hotel

not yet released. For the month, TTO Facebook page had 80 new page likes. Instagram page has 41 new followers.

Twitter page gained 10 new followers. In response to COVID-19, TTO pulled its paid marketing efforts to postpone for later times when

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, market, and social media law

more appropriate to promote our destination. Instead, TTO is focusing on supporting local retailers, restaurants, and hoteliers with how-to guides for dine/explore/shop while social distancing .

TTO submitted its budget revisions for FY21, in response to the impacts of the virus on the travel/tourism/lodging industry. We are expecting to see a 30-40 decrease of revenues from hotel tax collections, which our budget submissions now reflect. We have put together a 30-60-90 Day Plan of Action. Using the survey responses collected last month, we are crafting our welcome back media message now that we better understand where and when travelers are looking to go once travel restrictions ease and they feel comfortable. Responses indicate that folks have travel plans on the books for summer 2020 still, with fall 2020 being the most ideal booking window right now.

Tagged Interests: budget, travel, taxes, Taxes, tourism, restaurants, and hotel

We are also putting together the media plan for the entire fiscal year ahead, prospecting sporting and meeting tournaments to bring to the area, and completed a successful Small Business Bingo in which nearly 50 people signed up to shop local for their chance to win a prize pack.

Tagged Interests: business, gambling, and small business

TTO is working with the Atlanta Economic Development Association office to understand if tourism offices are eligible for CARES Act funding set aside for economic development projects that will help destinations recover from the impacts of COVID-19.

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March April May June YTD Average

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, economic development, development, tourism, and Development

2019 20 82,004 88,424 92,348 85,480 81,911 72,631 61,017 71,071 73,114 54,362 708,000 82,014

Tagged Interests: 911

2018 19 76,448 71,981 72,429 89,311 85,534 49,108 104,633 73,949 59,855 98,520 86,921 141,913 1,010,602 84,217

H RESOLUTION NO. 2020-

CITY OF GOLDSBORO RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE

NEUSE RIVER BASIN REGIONAL HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN

WHEREAS, the City of Goldsboro is vulnerable to an array of natural hazards that can cause loss oflife and damages to public and private property; and WHEREAS, the County and participating municipal jurisdictions desire to seek ways to mitigate situations that may aggravate such circumstances; and WHEREAS, the development and implementation of a hazard mitigation plan can result in actions that reduce the long-term risk to life and property from natural hazards; and WHEREAS, it is the intent of the City of Goldsboro City Council to protect its citizens and property from the effects of natural hazards by preparing and maintaining a local hazard mitigation plan; and
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WHEREAS, it is also the intent of the City of Goldsboro City Council to fulfill its obligation under North Carolina General Statutes, Chapter 166A: North Carolina Emergency Management Act and Section 322: Mitigation Planning of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act to remain eligible to receive state and federal assistance in the event of a declared disaster affecting the City of Goldsboro; and

WHEREAS, the City of Goldsboro actively participated in the planning process for the Neuse River Basin Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan and has prepared a regional hazard mitigation plan update with input from the appropriate local and state officials; and WHEREAS, the North Carolina Division of Emergency Management and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have reviewed the Neuse River Basin Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan for legislative compliance and have approved the plan pending the completion of local adoption procedures; NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the City Council of the City of Goldsboro hereby:

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Adopts the Neuse River Basin Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan; and

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Vests the City Engineer with the responsibility, authority, and the means to:

(a) Inform all concerned parties of this action. (b) Cooperate with Federal, State and local agencies and private firms

which undertake to study, survey, map, and identify floodplain or flood-related erosion areas, and cooperate with neighboring communities with respect to management of adjoining floodplain and/or flood-related erosion areas in order to prevent aggravation of existing hazards.

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Appoints the City Engineer to assure that, in cooperation with the other participating jurisdictions, the Hazard Mitigation Plan is reviewed annually and

every five years as specified in the Plan to assure that the Plan is in compliance with all State and Federal regulations and that any neededrevisions or amendments to the Plan are developed and presented to the City of Goldsboro City Council for consideration.
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Agrees to take such other official action as may be reasonably necessary to carry out the objectives of the 2020 Neuse River Basin Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan.

Adopted this day of , 2020. Mayor Attested by: City Clerk Neuse River Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan The attached Resolution of Adoption relates to the Neuse River Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan. The Neuse River Plan involves Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Pitt and Wayne County, as well as all incorporated municipalities throughout the Region. The planning process was initiated early last year (2019), and will be completed following adoption by the Board of Commissioners followed by formal certification of the plan for the next five year cycle. Development of the draft document involved a series of four Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee meetings, as well as two public input meetings. Each jurisdiction was represented by Staff, as well as two Citizen Stakeholders (CRS communities only). Attached are the draft strategies relating to the City of Goldsboro as well as the proposed Resolution of Adoption. A full copy of the draft plan, as well as materials associated with the planning process can be viewed through the following web link: www.neuseriverhmp.com. WAYNE COUNTY MITIGATION STRATEGIES Number Strategy Applicable Jurisdictions Hazards Addressed Goal Objective Category Lead/Participating Agencies Estimated Cost Potential Funding Sources Implementation

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Schedule 2019 Status Comments/Explanation

W1 Continue to impose a freeboard requirement through enforcement of their respective Flood Damage Prevention Ordinances. The freeboard requirement for Wayne County (including communities under interlocal agreement) and Goldsboro is two feet; Mount Olive is one foot.

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Wayne County, Fremont,

Goldsboro, Mount Olive, Pikeville, Seven Springs, Walnut Creek Flood, Hurricane Tropical Storm, Dam Levee Failure, Severe Weather (Thunderstorm, Lightning, Hail)

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2.1 P Wayne County Inspections (including municipalities under interlocal agreement)

Goldsboro Inspections Mount Olive Inspections Staff Time General Fund, NCDPS

High In Progress Carry Forward

Wayne County, as well as all participating municipal jurisdictions, will continue to enforce their respective freeboard elevation standards. As flooding events occur during the planning period, each community will revisit and consider increasing this standard. W2 Maintain a comprehensive Floodplain Management Program through the Community Rating System Program aimed at maintaining the lowest rating available to Wayne County flood insurance policyholders.

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Wayne County, Goldsboro,

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Walnut Creek Flood, Hurricane

Tropical Storm, Dam Levee Failure, Severe Weather (Thunderstorm, Lightning, Hail)

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2.2 PP Wayne County Planning Municipal Administrations

Staff Time General Fund, NCDPS
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High In Progress Carry Forward

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