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Finance Committee

FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: June 30, 2020

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SUBJECT: Housing and Redevelopment Authority - Appointment (1)

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and housing

An announcement of vacancy for the Housing and Redevelopment Authority was previously made.

Applications for appointment were received from David Bennett, Reverend Cathryn Davis, and Jill Nichols. The Charleston County Housing Authority and Redevelopment Authority is a public housing agency, receiving Federal Funds, charged with providing the County with adequate and safe low income housing and making same available to qualified persons and families at rentals they can afford. The Authority is composed of seven members, two of whom must be receiving assistance. Terms are for five year terms. The term for this seat will expire 7/22 as it is fulfilling a vacant seat.

Tagged Interests: funding, boards and commissions, appointments, rental, and housing

One vacancy, three applications David Bennett Reverend Cathryn Davis Jill Nichols

CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee
Tagged Interests: finance, council, and boards and commissions

FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: June 30, 2020

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SUBJECT: Charleston County Parks Recreation - Appointments (3)

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, parks, and recreation

An announcement of vacancies for the Charleston County Parks Recreation was previously made.

Applications for re-appointment were received from James Collin Bruner, Lisa Shine King, and Theodore Manos. Applications for appointment were received from Abi Angel and Maura Stransky. The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission is a seven member Board. The Commission is a policy making board and has specific areas of responsibility outlined in legislation. The Staff administers the policies of the Commission under the direction of the Executive Director. The mission of the Commission is to improve the quality of life in Charleston County by offering a diverse system of park facilities, programs and services without duplicating services provided by other agencies. The Commission generally schedules three Committee meetings and one Commission meeting each month. Special and additional meetings are held as needed. The Commission is appointed by the Governor, on the recommendation of County Council for two (2) year terms. The term for this seat will expire 6/22. Three vacancies, five applications Abi Angel James Collin Bruner Lisa Shine King Theodore Manos Maura Stransky CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance, council, boards and commissions, appointments, services, program, parks, policy, and recreation

FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: June 30, 2020

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SUBJECT: St. Andrew's Parks Playground Commission - Appointments (2)

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and parks

An announcement of vacancies for the St. Andrew's Parks Playground Commission was previously made.

Applications for re-appointment were received from Carol Etheridge and Wendell David Glover. Application for appointment was received from Chris Burgess. The St. Andrews Parks and Playground Commission is a Public Service District formed by the state legislature and is composed of five volunteer citizens that live within the Public Service District. The Commission is appointed by the Governor, upon recommendation of Charleston County Council for a term of three years. The duties of the Commission include preparing an annual budget to be approved by Charleston County Council and making and maintaining policy for the Agency. The staff of St. Andrews Parks and Playground report to the Executive Director who in turn reports directly to the Commission. The term for this seat will expire 6/23.

Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, budget, appointments, parks, policy, and volunteer

Two vacancies, three applications Chris Burgess Carol Etheridge Wendell David Glover

CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee
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FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: June 30, 2020

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SUBJECT: St. Paul's Fire District (Hollywood) - Appointment (1)

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and fire departments and districts

An announcement of vacancy for the St. Paul's Fire District (Hollywood Seat) was previously made.

Application for reappointment was received from Charlie Fox. Applications for appointment were received from Stephen Bailey and Lester Turn bleston. The St. Paul's Fire District Commission Board consists of seven members, appointed by the Governor upon recommendation by Charleston County Council, responsible for the oversight of all administrative and operational aspects of the St. Paul's Fire Protection special purpose district. The board has the authority to purchase, establish, enlarge, maintain, conduct, and operate the special purpose district as deemed necessary. The board meets to review operational, financial, and administrative activity reports. The board meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm with special meetings called as necessary. The term for this seat will expire 6/24.

Tagged Interests: finance, council, boards and commissions, appointments, fire departments and districts, and purchasing

One vacancy, three applications Stephen Bailey Charlie Fox Lester Turn bleston

CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee
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FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

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DATE: June 30, 2020

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SUBJECT: St. Paul's Fire District (Adams Run) - Appointment (1)

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and fire departments and districts

An announcement of vacancy for the St. Paul's Fire District (Adams Run Seat) was previously made.

Application for reappointment was received from Ronald Muckenfuss. Application for appointment was received from Adolphus Smalls. The St. Paul's Fire District Commission Board consists of seven members, appointed by the Governor upon recommendation by Charleston County Council, responsible for the oversight of all administrative and operational aspects of the St. Paul's Fire Protection special purpose district. The board has the authority to purchase, establish, enlarge, maintain, conduct, and operate the special purpose district as deemed necessary. The board meets to review operational, financial, and administrative activity reports. The board meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm with special meetings called as necessary. The term for this seat will expire 6/24. One vacancy, two applications Ronald Muckenfuss Adolphus Smalls CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance, council, boards and commissions, appointments, fire departments and districts, and purchasing

FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

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DATE: June 30, 2020

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SUBJECT: St. Paul's Fire District (Ravenel) - Appointment (1)

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and fire departments and districts

An announcement of vacancy for the St. Paul's Fire District (Ravenel Seat) was previously made.

Application for reappointment was received from Marvin Lee Harrison. Application for appointment was received from Steven Parham. The St. Paul's Fire District Commission Board consists of seven members, appointed by the Governor upon recommendation by Charleston County Council, responsible for the oversight of all administrative and operational aspects of the St. Paul's Fire Protection special purpose district. The board has the authority to purchase, establish, enlarge, maintain, conduct, and operate the special purpose district as deemed necessary. The board meets to review operational, financial, and administrative activity reports. The board meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm with special meetings called as necessary. The term for this seat will expire 6/24. One vacancy, two applications Marvin Lee Harrison Steven Parham

Tagged Interests: finance, council, boards and commissions, appointments, fire departments and districts, and purchasing

ALLOCATION OF COVI =19 FUNDS

COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR 10
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FROM: JEAN SULLIVAN DEPT. SUBJECT: ALLOCATION OF COVlD-19 FUNDS

REQUEST: APPROVE ALLOCATION OF COVID-19 FUNDS COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DATE: JL u . 2DO
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, finance, council, development, Development, and community development

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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Legal Department LII [II Procurement/Contracts LII [II Zoning Regulations / Comp. Plan Compliance LII LI Community Services LI LI Grants Auditor N LI Other: L LI Other: LI LI FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? If yes, provide Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item the following: 0.00
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, legal, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

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CHIEF OF STAFF ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION Charleston County Council created and authorized the Community Development Advisory Board (CDAB) to make recommendations to Council on the expenditure of funds received by Charleston County Government from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This funding is received on behalf of Charleston County, City of North Charleston and 10 other participating jurisdictions. The Community Development Advisory Board is comprised of members representing each Participating Jurisdiction as well as seats appointed by Charleston County Council. This structure is established by Participating Jurisdiction partnerships and Certification of Cooperative Agreements signed by the Chief Elected Officials of the Towns of Awendaw, Hollywood, James Island, Lincolnville, McClellanville, Meggett, Mount Pleasant, Ravenel, Sullivan's Island, and the City of Isle of Palms. The purpose of the Board is to review all incoming requests for funding submitted to the Community Development Department's Urban Entitlement Program and make recommendations to County Council on the award of contracts following the application process. The Community Development staff provided the Board guidance on HUD's regulations regarding allowable activities, a scoring assessment of project applications, and the Communities priority rankings. The table below summarizes the recommended activities to be funded using ESG COVID-19 funding, Round two.
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PRIORITY RANKING RECOMMENDATION FUNDING Rapid Re-Housing (rent, utilities, deposits) 284,665 HESG Shelter services 264,550 HESG Homeless Prevention 341,000 HESG

The total funding amount will be used to provide services to all of Charleston County to include the 11 participating jurisdictions. All funds will be managed and administered by the County's Community Development Department. (See attachment B and C for a list of individual projects and abstracts detailing activities). ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve Department Head recommendations.

Tagged Interests: funding, council, utility, development, Utility, services, Development, homeless, community development, and housing

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY BOARD RECOMMENDATION Approve the attached funding recommendations as a substantial amendment to the PY 2019 Annual Action Plan as recommended by the Community Development Advisory Board.

a] th'i I II I V1 ai 4 Is] 'iI 'i I I aI I [I] Allocate the attached funding recommendations as a substantial amendment to the PY 2019 Annual Action Plan as recommended by the Community Development Advisory Board.

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Authorize staff to proceed with the attached actions as it pertains to the Substantial Amendment to the PY 2019 Annual Action Plan for funds received to prevent, prepare for and respond to COVID-19. Authorize staff to proceed with the following contingencies approved by the Community Development Advisory Board as needed: If an organization awarded funding is unable to utilize any/all funding, any remaining

funding will be distributed proportionally among the other funded organizations. Complete the funding recommendation process by authorizing the substantial amendment to the PY 2019 Annual Action Plan as recommended by the Community Development Advisory Board. Community Development Advisory Board Representation Henrietta Woodward, Chair Ashley Kellahan, Vice Chair Desir e Fragoso Mayor Miriam Green Mayor John Dunmyer, Ill Mayor Charles Duberry Michelle McClellan Tom Hutto Lauren Sims Michael Hemmer Andy Benke Carter McMillan Cherie Liollio Patrick King Michael Allen Community-Based Representative* Town of James Island City of Isle of Palms Town of Awendaw Town of Hollywood Town of Lincolnville Town of McClellanville Town of Meggett Town of Mount Pleasant Town of Ravenel Town of Sullivan's Island Unincorporated Charleston County* Construction Community Representative* Financial Community Representative* Legal Community Representative* * Representatives appointed by County Council Attachment A ESG-CV Funding - Round 2 Organization Name Award Amount Project Title Projected ScoreOutcomes I Homelessness prevention Family Services, Inc. DBA Origin SC 20,000 Housing Stability Emergency 7 households 97 Solutions Charleston Trident Urban League 207,838 Homeless Prevention Program100 Households 96 (HPP) Florence Crittenton Programs of SC 113,162 Youth Homelessness Prevention 6 youth 93 Rapid Re-Housing 0ne80 Place 220,503 Rapid Re-Housing - Second Phase 35 households 100 Florence Crittenton Programs of SC 64,162 Rapid Rehousing for Families 3 households 97 Shelter Operations 0ne80 Place 129,550 Emergency Shelter - Second Phase 280 individuals 100 Charleston Orphan House dba Charleston Emergency Shelter 12 individuals 96 Carolina Youth Development Center 135,000 Independent Living Program (ages 18-21) Attachment B

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Organization Name I Project Abstract Homelessness prevention

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Inc.Services, rigin , nc. provides emergency financial assistance coupled with financial counseling to individuals and households to address DBA Origin g homelessness or potential homelessness in our community. In 2019, Origin provided direct financial assistance grants of over

430,000 to pay landlords, mortgage companies, and utilities for homeless prevention and rapid rehousing. The mission of the Charleston Urban League's (CUL) Homeless Prevention Program (HPP) is to provide a continuum of services Charleston Trident to persons in the Charleston-North Charleston MSA who are at risk of becoming homeless particularly those that have been Urban League affected by COVID-1 9. The project will provide case management, financial assistance and other supportive services to help individuals and families immediate need to avoid losing their sheltered and remain housed in a safe and decent environment. Under this award, Florence Crittenton Programs will provide homelessness prevention and support services for youth under age Crittenton Florence C on 25, prioritizing those who are pregnant, parenting, or aging out of the foster care system. Homelessness Prevention will include Programs 0 short- and medium-term rental assistance, including rental arrears, and/or financial assistance related to moving into permanent housing such as security and utility deposits. Support services will include case management to assist them in achieving self- sufficiency, including counseling, employment assistance, education planning and referrals, childcare, and parenting education. Rapid Re-Housing 0ne80 Place is requesting ESG-CV funds to hire additional staff to provide case management and medium-term rental assistance 0ne80 Place to men, women and families who are literally homeless. These households will be identified through 0ne80 Place's emergency
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shelters, during outreach or through their contact with the Housing Crisis Line.

Florence Crittenton Programs will be able to provide Rapid Rehousing assistance and support services to families with children who became homeless due to hardships created by COVID-1 9 or who are at risk of contracting the illness due to homelessness. Florence Crittenton Rapid Rehousing will include short- and medium-term rental assistance, including rental arrears, and/or financial assistance Programs of SC related to moving into permanent housing such as security and utility deposits. To best respond to the immediate needs of families affected by COVID-1 9, case management will focus on housing and employment assistance, childcare, and landlord mediation; however, the full scope of Florence Crittenton Programs, including parenting education, will be offered. Shelter Operations
Tagged Interests: finance, utility, security, Utility, contract, risk, services, program, employment, rental, education, Child Care, homeless, and housing

0ne80 Place is requesting funding to aid in evacuating clients from its shelter to a facility in Rock Hill in the event of a hurricane

evacuation. In light of the COVID-1 9 pandemic, 0ne80 Place believes that using a private facility rather than a Red Cross shelter 0ne80 Place is the safest option for homeless individuals in our shelters, and Charleston County Emergency Management requested that

Tagged Interests: funding, facility, events, emergency, and homeless

0ne80 Place plan ahead with these circumstances in mind. 0ne80 Place is also requesting funds to purchase additional supplies

required to prepare for, plan and respond to the pandemic. If this funding is not needed for evacuation purposes, it will be used for COVID-related expenses at the shelter after hurricane season. CYDC is in the process of converting its Charleston Emergency Shelter (CES) to an emergency and transitional living program for homeless and runaway youth. CYDC is allocating a wing, which includes six beds, of the existing CES cottage to expand its North Charleston Orphan Charleston independent living program. CYDC currently operates its independent living program in a single cottage, the Nu House House dba Carolina cottage which provides shelter and case management services to DSS-involved youth between the ages of 18 -21. Using ESG
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Youth Development funds CYDC plans to expand this program to provide the same services to homeless youth between the ages of 18 - 21 Center i regardless of prior DSS i nvolvement. Due to the significant economic i mpacts of the COVID-1 9 pandemic, CYDC has already

seen and expects to see a dramatic increase in youth in need of shelter services. With the facilities and capacity to provide shelter services, we seek to use those resources to provide a much-needed and valuable service to the community during this uncertain and unstable time. C W EASEMENT R QU EST-BEES FERRY WEST ASHLEY LIBRARY COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR THROUGH: WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTYNIS)91OR FROM: TIMOTHY o3'7 FACILITIES
Tagged Interests: funding, development, Public Transit, services, program, Development, administrator, ferry, FERRY, youth, easement, homeless, and library

COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC VO SEMENT REQUEST- BEES FERRY SUBJECT: WEST ASHLEY LIBRARY

REQUEST: AUTHORIZATION TO GRANT AND EXECUTE UTILITY EASEMENT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: JULY 9, 2020
Tagged Interests: grant, finance, council, utility, Utility, Public Transit, ferry, FERRY, easement, and library

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: Fiscal impact: A/op_e
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CHIEF OF STAFF ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION
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Commissioners of Public Works of the City of Charleston, (CPW) has requested a right of way and easement on County property at Sanders Road and West Wildcat Blvd, TMS 306-00-00- 972, to operate, maintain, and repair water and sewer utility lines, which serve the Bees Ferry West Ashley Library. The easement request is for a new 15' CPW utility easement to serve the new Library, extending approximately .23 acres 10,004 sq. ft. (See the attached Easement Plat). The easement is on the CPW form and is standard utility easement terms. The utility company will only accept their easement form and language without modification in order to provide water and sewer services to the Bees Ferry West Ashley Library.

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve Department Head recommendation to execute the Right of Way and Easement.
Tagged Interests: right of way, road, council, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, zoning, Public Transit, services, water, Public Works, public works, property, ferry, FERRY, RIGHT OF WAY, easement, and library

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

Authorize Chairman of Council to execute the Right of Way and Easement with Commissioners of Public Works of the City of Charleston, to provide water and sewer services to the Bees Ferry West Ashley Library. Approve and give first reading to an Ordinance authorizing the Chairman to execute the easement. The Ordinance title is An ordinance approving and authorizing the grant of a utility easement to the Commissioners of Public Works of City of Charleston on a portion of County Property known as the Bees Ferry West Ashley Library.
Tagged Interests: right of way, grant, ordinance, council, sewer, utility, Utility, Public Transit, services, water, Title I, Public Works, public works, property, ferry, FERRY, RIGHT OF WAY, easement, and library

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NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

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CHIEF OF STAFF

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ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING.
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DATE: JULY 9, 2020

SITUATION On August 28, 2001, the County entered into a Master Lease Agreement with Palmetto Commercial Properties (PCP), Inc., for three (3) retail spaces located on the Church Street side of the Cumberland Street Parking Garage. The County entered into a lease amendment on May 23, 2019 effectively changing the original lease from three (3) retail spaces to two (2) retail spaces allowing the County to keep the retail space at 161 Church Street for our Parking Operations office. The current lease term expires in April 30, 2022. The Master Lease Agreement provides that PCP pays the County rent for the two retail spaces, regardless of whether they are sub-leased. PCP currently subleases the space at 159 (Bitty and Beau's) and has an offer to lease the smallest space (895 SF) at 157 Church Street to Chandelle Custom Candles, LLP, but this sub- lease is set to begin July 15, 2020 and end September 30, 2023.

Tagged Interests: leasing, streets, church, commercial, and parking

PCP is requesting that the County extend the term of their current Master Lease Agreement to September 30, 2023 to make it co-terminus with the Chandelle Custom Candles lease.

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve Department Head recommendation to execute an amendment of the Master Lease Agreement with PCP.

Tagged Interests: council and leasing

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

Authorize Chairman to execute an amendment of the Master Lease Agreement with Palmetto Commercial Properties (PCP), Inc. to extend the term of the lease until September 30, 2023.

All other terms of the Master Lease Agreement will remain the same.

Tagged Interests: leasing and commercial

All documents to be reviewed by the Legal Office.

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FROM: TIMOTHY FA ILITIES LEASE AGREEMENT FOR 900AD WITH TOWN OF MOUNT

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SUBJECT: PLEASANT FOR FIRE STATION

'7 REQUEST: ENTER INTO A NEW INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: JULY 9, 2020
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NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

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loor ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION On September 1 1971, a 25 year lease for 1 per year was executed between the County of Charleston and the Town of Mount Pleasant for the Town's use of the County owned property at 926 Bowman Road, TMS 559-00-00-069, to be used as a fire station. At the end of the initial lease term, the Town exercised their renewal option, effectively extending the lease for an additional 25 year term, which ends on August 31, 2021. The current site consists of approximately .46 acres of land and a 2,580 square feet building. The Town of Mount Pleasant is requesting to continue leasing the County owned premises at 926 Bowman Road to provide fire department services at Fire Station 7 for the residents and businesses in the area. See attached letter request dated January 6, 2020. The new proposed lease term is for five years with one five year renewal option and Town has agreed to those modified terms. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve Department Head recommendation to execute an IGA with the Town of Mt. Pleasant.
Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, business, council, leasing, streets, fire departments and districts, services, property, and administrator

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

Authorize Chairman of County Council to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement to commence on September 1, 2021 between the County of Charleston and the Town of Mount Pleasant to allow the Town to lease the premises at 926 Bowman Road for five years with one renewal option for an additional 5 years at a rate of 1.00 per year, allowing the Town to provide fire department services in the area.

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Legal Department to review the documents.

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Chief Deputy Administrator Walt Smalls County of Charleston 4045 Bridge View Drive - B238 North Charleston, SC 29405

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RE: Lease Agreement for Fire Station 7, 926 Bowman Road

Dear Mr. Smalls:

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As of September 1st, 2021, the lease agreement between Charleston County and the Town of Mount Pleasant for the property and building located at 926 Bowman Road, and known as Fire Station 7, will terminate. The original agreement between both parties was enacted on September 1st, 1971 and made provision for the Town of Mount Pleasant to use the premises as a fire station for a period of twenty-five (25) years. The agreement also allowed for an additional twenty-five (25) year extension of the lease but provides no further allowances beyond that time.p rio'd.

The Mount Pleasant Fire Department currently uses this fire station as a critical piece of our deployment model, as the response unit housed at this location provides coverage in a medical overlay district. This district encompasses both medical facilities and assisted living communities and a fire station at this location serves to reduce the call burden on the larger fire apparatus from other stations within the Town. The firefighters housed at Fire Station 7 are cross-trained as medical providers and responded to 1,871 calls for service from this location in 2018. Without this station, apparatus from more distant locations throughout the Town would be required to respond to many of these calls, thus placing those units outside of their designated service district. Additionally, response times to this area would also increase. The Town wishes to maintain our current level of efficiency and service, and we would like to begin a dialog with Charleston County to create a new lease agreement that allows continued use of this property. I will contact you within the next two weeks to determine a date and time to discuss. Sincerely,
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Eric M. DeMoura Town Administrator TOWN OF MOUNT PLEASANT

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FROM: CATHY L. RUFF, DIRECTOF, - tEPT. GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: DEER HEAD OAK RURAL GREENBLT PROJECT REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARDS RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: July 9. 2020

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COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews) Signature of

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approved? yes El no El n/a El

If yes, provide _9 9..______ Obiect Balance [the following: I 0.00

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

,-DocuSQned by: BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: FiscalFiscal impact: Funds are available lnFThti4nbeIt portion of the Transportation Sales Tax revenues.
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CHIEF OF STAFF ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424 as amended, the Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) shall review all greenbelt project applications and make funding recommendations to County Council. The GAB considered the following project at their June 24, 2020 meeting. A map and project summary are attached. Project Name Deer Head Oak Applicant ECLT Foundation, Inc. Location of Property Pinckney Street, McClellanville Landowner Arthur M. Martin, III and Mary Ruth Bird Size of Property 0.83 acres Proposed Greenbelt Uses Public Park and greenspace Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 74,000 14,500 88,500 Admin/Closing 0 9,000 9,000 Improvements 0 3,000 3,000 Total 74,000 26,500 100,500
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Fundnojnformation: The 36 match consists of a landowner bargain sale ( 7,000); funding from the Town of

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McClellanville toward the land purchase, improvements and closing costs ( 19,500); and in kind services for the environmental survey assessment.

Charleston Appraisal Service, Inc. completed an appraisal valuing the land at 88,500 in January 2020.
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I1IJ i iz.i z..iui [III i Approve the Deer Head Oak rural Greenbelt project as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board,

i i Ll I 'i i :1 IMI 1S( ] 'i k'i I I .7Ji I [si I 1. As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, approve funding for the Deer Head Oak
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rural greenbelt project, provided that upon approval, grant agreements will be executed between the County and the appropriate parties.

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Authorize the County Administrator to require the execution and delivery of proper agreements and instruments to implement the conditions of the approval of the grants funds, and to effectuate the goals of the Greenbelt Program ordinances and policies.

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Authorize the use of 74,000 to be funded from Greenbelt project funds from the First Sales Tax revenues.

Greenbelt Application Summary Rural Project Project Name: Deer Head Oak i Total Greenbelt Funds: 74,000 Applicant: ECLT Foundation, Inc. Total Acres: 83 Landowner: Arthur M. Martin Ill, Mary Ruth Bird Greenbelt Cost Per Acre: 89,157 Property Address: Corner of Pinckney and Oak Score: 73 Streets, McClellanville i
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Project Description: The East Cooper Land Trust (ECLT) is working closely with the Town of McClellanville in applying for Greenbelt funds to achieve a fee simple purchase of the iconic Deer Head Oak and surrounding park property located in the heart of McClellanville's historic district. ECLT Foundation Inc. will hold title to the land until conveyed to the Town of McClellanville, encumbered by a conservation easement providing full public access. This parcel has been privately owned and recently transitioned to a new generation of heirs willing to allow this community treasure to be passed on to the people of McClellanville. The property is located within the Historic District Overlay zoned for residential uses.

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds 1 Match Total Land 74,000 14,500 88,500 Admin/Closing 0 9,000 9,000 Improvements 0 3,000 3,000 Total 74,000 26,500 100,500 Funding Information: The 36 match consists of a landowner bargain sale ( 7,000); funding from the Town of

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McClellanville toward the land purchase, improvements and closing costs ( 19,500); and in-kind services for the environmental survey assessment. This match represents 0.36 for every 1.00 of Greenbelt funds.

Charleston Appraisal Service, Inc. completed an appraisal valuing the land at 88,500 in January 2020. Public Access, Use Benefit: Provides nearly an acre of land for a rural town park providing outdoor recreation and open space. Preserves historically significant land that has been owned by the same family dating back to Mr.
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William P. Beckman, who erected McClellanville's first general store next to the Deer Head Oak shortly after the Civil War. This property has also been one of the most important open spaces for residents of the Town throughout its existence.

Linkage Opportunities: This property is centrally located in the Historic District of McClellanville and adjacent to a Town-owned memorial for war veterans. It is also linked with the Intracoastal Waterway, local seafood retail, other Greenbelt properties, and the CREEC School via pedestrian pathways. Compliance with Greenbelt Plan: Provides .83 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 16,240 of Rural Greenbelt Lands. Provides land for a town park with outdoor recreation and greenspace. Items to Note: A conservation easement will be placed on the property. Draft terms include: a 10 impervious surface limit for paved walkways, extended parking space or a community garden with small fountain for gardening prep shed/pavilion; no subdivisions; no residential structures on site. DocuSign Envelope ID: 67524A29-2D67-4F35-B6A7-5F7EE5830186 COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY INISTRATOR THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY AEjNISTRATOR FROM: CATHY L. RUFF, DIRECTOR ,M EA

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PT. GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: EDISTO ISLAND COMMUNITY EA RURAL GREENBELT PROJECT

REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARD'S RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE

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COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendationslreviews) Signature of

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Yes N/A Individual Contacted

Legal Department LI LI Procurement/Contracts LI LI Zoning Regulations I Comp. Plan Compliance LI LI Community Services LI LI Grants Auditor LI LI Other: LI LI Other: LI LI FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no LI n/a LI If provide yes, Org. Object Balance In Account I Amount needed for item the following: 0.00
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NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

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Fiscal impact: Funds are available 66Hbelt portion of the Transportation Sales Tax revenues.

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CHIEF OF STAFF/

ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING.
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DATE: July 9, 2020

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;i1tuI..l [11 I In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424 as amended, the Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) shall review all greenbelt project applications and make funding recommendations to County Council. The GAB considered the following project at their June 24, 2020 meeting. A map and project summary are attached.

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Project Name Edisto Island Community Recreation Area Applicant Edisto Island Youth Foundation, Inc. Location of Property Clark Road, Edisto Island Landowner Cassina Point Farms, LLC Size of Property 145 acres Proposed Greenbelt Uses Community Park with indoor gym/community center, rnutli

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purpose field and walking trails; agriculture/farming

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 1,673,522 101,478 1,775,000 Admin/Closing 6,000 0 6,000 Improvements 139,850 797,000 936,850 Total 1,819,372 898,478 2,717,850 Funding Information: The 49 match consists of landowner donation of value ( 101,478) and partner contributions of in-kind match toward the proposed improvements. The Guerry Group completed an appraisal valuing the land at 1,755,000 in March 2020. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Edisto Island Community Recreation Area rural Greenbelt project as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board. I i .'i 1:1 i wi i .iii [sil 1. As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, approve funding for the Edisto Island Community Recreation Area rural greenbelt project, provided that upon approval, grant agreements will be executed between the County and the appropriate parties.

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Authorize the County Administrator to require the execution and delivery of proper agreements and instruments to implement the conditions of the approval of the grants funds, and to effectuate the goals of the Greenbelt Program ordinances and policies.

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Authorize the use of 1,819,372 to be funded from Greenbelt project funds from the First Sales Tax revenues.

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Greenbelt Application Summary - Rural Project

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Project Name: Edisto Island Community Recreation Area Total Greenbelt Funds: 1,819,372

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Applicant: Edisto Island Youth Recreation Total Acres: 145

Landowner: Cassina Point Farms, LLC Greenbelt Cost Per Acre: 11,542 Property Address: Clark Road, Edisto Island Score: 67

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PiectDescr on: Edisto Island Youth Recreation (EIYR) is applying for Greenbelt funding to purchase a 145acre tract of land to develop a public recreation facility on Edisto Island to meet the needs of the youth and residents of the area communities. Currently there are no public recreation facilities on Edisto Island, save for the Pat Stuart Field. EIYR currently has to transport children 20 to 40 miles inland to maintain programs. The 145-acre tract, which consists of farm fields and forested wetlands, is currently subdivided into 9 parcels. EIYR is partnering with the Edisto Island Open Land Trust to protect the conservation values of the project property with a conservation easement. The majority of the property will be managed for wildlife habitat, ecosystem services, and agriculture. Current zoning is AG10,

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 1,673,522 101,478 1,775,000 Admin/Closing Improvements

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Total 1,819,372 898,478 2,717,850 Funding Information:

The 49 match consists of landowner donation of value ( 101,478) and partner contributions of in- kind match toward the proposed improvements. This represents a match of 0.49 for every 1.00 of Greenbelt funds. The Guerry Group completed an appraisal valuing the land at 1,755,000 in March 2020. The partners of the Cassina Point Farms, LLC include Thomas Kapp, Roger Guerard, Dr. Thomas M. Leland, Wade H. Logan, Ill, Joseph Alvarez, H. Wayne Unger, Jr. and Mark Foster.
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Benefit: Provides an additional 145 acres of rural public lands for outdoor recreation, agriculture, and wetlands and habitat protection. Proposed improvements include an indoor gymnasium/community center, multipurpose field, playground, softball field, and trail system through the undeveloped areas of the property. Some portions of the unused land will likely be leased for agriculture to help maintain the open space.

Linkage Opportunities: The property is contiguous with two other privately protected Greenbelt properties on Clark Road, Old House Plantation and Cassina Point Plantation. Compliance with Greenbelt Plan: Provides 145 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 16,240 acres of Rural Greenbelt Lands. el Provides lands for public outdoor recreation and wildlife habitat protection. Items to Note: Draft terms of the conservation easement include: No further subdivision; public access obligation; a 150ft buffer on the northern boundary; a 250ft buffer on the east boundary; no more than 2 impervious surface; no mining; no dredging or draining of wetlands; no logging or clearing of trees within the forested wetlands; no industrial uses; no dumping or burning of trash/debris; no introduction of invasive species. \ i f - j7irr 0, Ow la p

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c - - Edisto Island Community Recreation Area DocuSign Envelope ID: 67524A29-2D67-4F35-B6A7-5F7EE5830186 COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFFIACTING COUNTY iDfI1NISTRATOR THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR L FROM: CATHY L. RUFF, DIREcTORV'1 PT. GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: ROSS TRACT/JOHNS ISL. PARK EXPANSION _URBAN _GREENBELT PROJECT REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARD'S RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: July 9. 2020

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COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews) Signature of

No additional detail provided

Yes N/A Individual Contacted

Legal Department LI LI Procurement/Contracts LI LI Zoning Regulations I Comp. Plan Compliance Li Community Services LI Grants Auditor LI
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Other: LI Other: LI

FUNDING: Was funding previousI LI LI LI LI approved? yes LI no LI n/a LI If yes, provide Org.. Op tBalance in Account Amount needed for item] the following: j 0.00
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NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

rtbhfi(A DocuSigned by: BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: SmAs fr It44th Lt-
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Fiscal impact: Funds are available reen beit portion of the Transportation Sales Tax revenues.

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CHIEF OF STAFF

ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424 as amended, the Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) shall review all greenbelt project applications and make funding recommendations to County Council. The GAB considered the following project at their June 24, 2020 meeting. A map and project summary are attached.
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Project Name Ross Tract/Johns Island Park Expansion Applicant City of Charleston Location of Property 3546 Maybank Highway Landowner Anthony C. Ross and Kathryn A. Ross Size of Property 11.25 acres Proposed Greenbelt Uses Expansion of Johns Island Park

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 1,540,000 0 1,540,000 Admin/Closing 50,000 0 50,000 Improvements 0 0 0 Total 1,590,000 277,200 (see note below) 1,867,200 Funding Information: NOTE: The City of Charleston's original application offered 18 match consisting of
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landowner donation based on an estimated fair market value. The appraisal came in lower than expected. The GAB's recommendation is that the project be approved with the condition that the 18 match be maintained.

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Moore/Martin Real Estate Valuation Services, Inc. completed an appraisal valuing the land at 1,540,000 on May 29, 2020.

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Ross Tract/Johns Island Park Expansion urban Greenbelt project as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board.
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DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

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As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, approve funding for the Ross Tract/Johns Island Park Expansion urban greenbelt project, provided that upon approval, grant agreements will be executed between the County and the appropriate parties.

No additional detail provided

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Authorize the County Administrator to require the execution and delivery of proper agreements and instruments to implement the conditions of the approval of the grants funds, and to effectuate the goals of the Greenbelt Program ordinances and policies.

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Authorize the use of 1,590,000 to be funded from Greenbelt project funds from the First Sales Tax revenues.

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Authorize the obligation of 1,590,000 from future City of Charleston's allocations to fund the Ross Tract/Johns island Park Expansion project.

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Greenbelt Apphcation Summ City of Charleston Urbanfrject

Project Name; Ross Tract/Johns Island Park Expansion Total Greenbelt Funds: 1 ,590,000

Applicant: City of Charleston Total Acres: 11,25 Landowner; Anthony C. Kathryn A. Ross Greenbelt Cost Per Acre; 142,222 Property Address: 4O MY bank Highway, Johns Score: 58 Island
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Project Description: The City of Charleston is requesting the use of a portion of their urban Greenbelt allocation to purchase an 11.25 acre portion of a parcel located on Maybank Highway, Johns Island. The parcel is adjacent to the City of Charleston's current Johns Island Park and will he added to that park property. The expansion will allow space for additional facilities to support the recreation needs of residents, provide improved connectivity with existing and proposed developments, and protect forested wetlands from encroachment by more residential development. The land is currently undeveloped and zoned for general commercial and single-family residential uses.

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 1,540,000 0 1,540,000 Admin/Ciosing 50,000 0 50,000 Improvements 0 0 0 Total 1,590000 277200 (see note below) 1867200 Funding Information: NOTE; The City of Charleston offered 18 match consisting of landowner donation based on an estimated fair market value. The appraisal come in lower than expected. The GAB's recommendation is that the project be approved with the condition that the 18 match be maintained.
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This represents a match of 0.18 for every 1 .00 of Greenbelt funds. Moore/Martin Real Estate Valuation Services, Inc. completed an appraisal valuing the land at

1,540,000 on May 29, 2020. Public Access. Use Benefit: Provides an additional 11.25 acres of urban public lands on Johns Island for recreation, a space for a farmer's market and wetlands preservation. Proposed improvements include a walking/biking trail, small gym, tennis/pickle ball court, and swimming pool.
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Linkage Ojportunities; The subject property is directly adjacent to the current 3t-acre City of Charleston Johns Island Park and the new Hayes Park residential neighborhood.

Compliance with Greenbelt Plan: Provides 8.75 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 2,000 acres of Urban Greenbelt Lands, Provides 2.5 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 5,610 acres of Lowcountry Wetlands. Provides lands for public recreation. Items to Note: Proposed improvements total at least 36,000 sq. ft. or (7.3 impervious surface). No funding has been identified at this time for the improvements. One of the proposed uses is a swimming pool. Greenbelt property has never been used for swimming pools. Whereas sufficient Greenbelt funds are available for this project, the City's allocation currently has a deficit. Approval of this project would require an advance on the City's allocation using current greenbelt funds available. DocuSign Envelope ID: 67524A29-2D67-4F35-B6A7-5F7EE5830186 COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY tWMINISTRATOR THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FROM: CATHY L. RUFF, DIRECTORQt4PT GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: ADA COMPLIANT BEACH WALKOVER OBSERVATION DECK AT 42ND AVE REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARD'S RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: July 9, 2020
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COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews) Signature of

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Yes N/A Individual Contacted

Legal Department LI LI Procurement/Contracts LI LI Zoning Regulations I Comp. Plan Compliance LI LI Community Services LI LI Grants Auditor LI LI Other: LI LI Other: LI LI FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no LI n/a LI rlf yes, provide O je ct Balan Amount needed for item L the following: L 0.00 ce in Account
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NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

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Fiscal impact: Funds are available in the CreenbeIt portion of the Transportation Sales Tax revenues.

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CHIEF OF STAFF

ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424 as amended, the Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) shall review all greenbelt project applications and make funding recommendations to County Council. The GAB considered the following project at their June 24, 2020 meeting. A map and project summary are attached. Project Name ADA Compliant Beach Walkover Observation Deck at 42nd Ave. Applicant City of Isle of Palms Location of Property 42nd Avenue, Isle of Palms Landowner City of Isle of Palms Size of Property 0.04 acres Proposed Greenbelt Uses ADA Compliant/Public Beach Access Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 0 0 0 Admin/Closing 0 0 0 Improvements 100,000 20,000 120,000 Total 100,000 20,000 120,000 Funding Information: The 20 match consists of the City of Isle of Palms contribution toward the improvements.
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This represents a match of 0.20 for every 1.00 of Greenbelt funds. No appraisal was necessary, as this is a funding request for minor improvements only.

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the ADA Compliant Beach Walkover Observation Deck at 42d Avenue urban Greenbelt project as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board.
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DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

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As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, approve funding for the ADA Compliant Beach Walkover Observation Deck at 42d Avenue urban greenbelt project, provided that upon approval, grant agreements will be executed between the County and the appropriate parties.

No additional detail provided

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Authorize the County Administrator to require the execution and delivery of proper agreements and instruments to implement the conditions of the approval of the grants funds, and to effectuate the goals of the Greenbelt Program ordinances and policies.

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Authorize the use of 100,000 to be funded from Greenbelt project funds; with 42,741 funded from the First Sales Tax Revenues and 57,259 from the Second Sales Tax revenues.

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Greenbelt Application Summary - Urban Minor improvement Only Project

Project Name: ADA Compliant Beach Walkover Observation Deck at 42 d St. Total Greenbelt Funds: 100,000

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Applicant: City of Isle of Palms Total Acres: .04

Landowner: City of Isle of Palms Greenbelt Cost Per Acre: n/a Property Address: 42nd Avenue, Isle of Palms Score: 60

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Projct Description: The City of Isle of Palms intends to create a new ADA compliant beach access walkover and observation deck at 42nd Avenue. On November 19, 2019, City Council voted unanimously to authorize the City to seek Greenbelt funds to assist in the construction of this project. Residents have expressed concerns that the current inventory of beach access paths on the Isle of Palms insufficiently serves individuals with disabilities. The accesses are generally soft sand paths or constructed boardwalks with stairs or a significant ramp to get over the primary dune, all of which can he challenging for people in wheelchairs or otherwise mobility impaired. The beach access at 42nd Avenue is unique and may be one of the City's only opportunities to construct a relatively flat boardwalk that would provide ADA compliant access for people with physical challenges. The public has requested that the Isle of Palms provide better access to the beach to those people whose mobility is impaired, and the City is hopeful that this project will achieve that objective.

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match i Total Requested Land 0 0 0 Admin/Closing 0 0 0 Improvements 100000 20,000 120,000 Total 100,000 20,000 120,000
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FjmsJJni Information: The 20 match consists of the City of Isle of Palms contribution toward the improvements. This

represents a match of 0.20 for every 1.00 of Greenbelt funds. No appraisal was necessary, as this is a funding request for minor improvements only. Public Access, Use Benefit: The public beach walkover will have full public access to the beach. Its use will not be restricted by controlled access or any other restrictions. The boardwalk will be ADA compliant and provide handicap accessibility for individuals with physical challenges,
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Linkage Opportunities: The proposed project supports the Greenbelt Program's vision by connecting Charleston County residents to the Atlantic Ocean and the public beach. The adjacent road provides parking and a designated handicap parking space to facilitate access to the water and the public beach.

Compliance with Greenbelt Plan: Provides enhanced public waterway access, which is a hallmark of the Comprehensive Greenbelt Plan.
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Items to Note: Although the application does not list any partners, a letter attached to the application states that the City of Isle of Palms will work with the SCDOT to obtain more ADA parking spaces in the area, The applicant has confirmed this. The City's ownership of the subject land/right of way will need clarification so that the appropriate Greenbelt deed restrictions can be placed on it.

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. DocuSign Envelope ID: 67524A29-2D67-4F35-B6A7-5F7EE5830 186 COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF_STAFF/ACTING COUNTY ALflINISTRATOR THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOF .
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FROM: CATHY L. RUFF, DIRECTOR( dpEPT. GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: CHURCH CREEK PARK URBAN GREENBELT PROJECT

REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARD'S RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: July 9, 2020
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COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews) Signature of

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NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

flocuSigned by: BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: [f1i. Lt fr A tt Fiscal impact: Funds are available in th 9 4 beIt portion of the Transportation Sales Tax revenues.
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CHIEF OF STAFF ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424 as amended, the Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) shall review all greenbelt project applications and make funding recommendations to County Council. The GAB considered the following project at their June 24, 2020 meeting. A map and project summary are attached. Project Name Church Creek Park Applicant St. Andrews Public Service District Location of Property Ashley River Road Old Parsonage Road Landowner Church Creek, LLC Size of Property 4.2 acres Proposed Greenbelt Uses Public park, storm water retention, fire station Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 2,850,000 510,000 3,360,000 Admin/Closing 6,000 1,500 7,500 Improvements 20,000 250,000 270,000 Total 2,876,000 761,500 3,637,500 Funding Information: The 26 match consists of: o Landowner contribution of 260,000 reduction in land purchase and removal of the onsite asphalt/concrete ( 250,000). o City of Charleston contribution of 250,000 of their Greenbelt urban allocation. o Partner contributions of the closing costs ( 1,500) The seller decreased the sale price in exchange for access to shared storm water retention and parking on the parcel. Valbridge Property Advisors completed an appraisal valuing the land at 3,360,000 in January 2020. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Church Creek urban Greenbelt project as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board.
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DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

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As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, approve funding for the Church Creek urban greenbelt project on the condition there is clarification that no shared parking will occur on greenbelt property and, provided that upon approval, grant agreements will be executed between the County and the appropriate parties.

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Authorize the County Administrator to require the execution and delivery of proper agreements and instruments to implement the conditions of the approval of the grants funds, and to effectuate the goals of the Greenbelt Program ordinances and policies.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, program, and administrator

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Authorize the use of 3,126,000 to be funded from Greenbelt project funds; with 250,000 funded from the First Sales Tax revenues and 2,876,000 from the Second Sales Tax revenues.

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Authorize the obligation of future City of Charleston urban allocations up to 250,000 and the obligation of future Urban Unincorporated allocations up to 2,876,000 for the Church Creek project.

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Greenbelt Application Summary - Urban Unincorporated Proiect (Amended)

Project Name: Church Creek Park Total Greenbelt Funds: 2,876,000

Tagged Interests: funding, church, and parks

Applicant: St. Andrews Public Service Total Acres: 4.2

District Landowner: Church Creek, LLC Greenbelt Cost Per Acre: 678,571 Property Address: Ashley River Road Old Staff Score: 64 Parsonage Road
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Proiect Description: St. Andrew's Public Service District is requesting urban unincorporated funds to purchase a 4.2-acre portion of a parcel located at Ashley River Road and Old Parsonage Road, West Ashley. This property is the site of a former grocery store. St. Andrew's Public Service District wishes to purchase the land and convert it from the current eyesore into a usable neighborhood park and a detention (wet) pond to assist with Church Creek flooding. The PSD also plans to build a new fire station on the property to replace the current station located on Highway 61. The new station will provide 24-7 security and bathrooms on the proposed park property.

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Requested Match Total Land 2,850,000 510,000 3,360,000 Admin/Closing 6,000 1,500 7,500 Improvements 20,000 250,000 270,000 Total 2,876,000 761,500 3,637,500 Funding Information: The 26 match consists of: o Landowner contribution of 260,000 reduction in land purchase and removal of the onsite asphalt/concrete ( 250,000) o City of Charleston contribution of 250,000 of their Greenbelt urban allocation o Partner contributions of the closing costs ( 1,500) The seller decreased the sale price in exchange for access to shared storm water retention and parking on the parcel. Valbridge Property Advisors completed an appraisal valuing the land at 3,360,000 in January 2020. The partners of the Church Creek, LLC include Diane Scholnick Trust and Scholnick Family Trust. Public Access, Use Benefit: Provides an additional 4.2 acres of urban public lands West Ashley for outdoor recreation and flood mitigation. Proposed improvements include a small unpaved parking area, unpaved trails, gazebo or small picnic shelter.

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Linkage Opportunities: There is one property between the subject parcel and Church Creek. Future plans are to pursue a purchase or access easement across the adjacent parcel to develop a drainage system to allow Church Creek to flood into the subject parcel, mitigating flooding in the area.

Compliance with Greenbelt Plan: Provides 4.2 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 2,000 acres of Urban Greenbelt Lands. Provides lands for public outdoor recreation. Items to Note: The acquisition of the subject parcel includes a private developer purchasing a one-acre portion of the property located along Ashley River Road. The remaining 4.2-acre portion will be purchased by St. Andrew's Public Service District. Tj IV' NO rig JT
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TO: BILL ThT CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNT'AtYh, NISTRATOR

THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATORL FROM: CATHY L. RUFF, DIRECTOR ( e4J1f 'PT. GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: FOREST LAKES PARK URBAN GREENBELT PROJECT REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARD'S RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE
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COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews) Signature of

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revenues.

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CHIEF OF STAFF ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING.
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DATE: July 9, 2020

SITUATION In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424 as amended, the Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) shall review all greenbelt project applications and make funding recommendations to County Council. The GAB considered the following project at their June 24, 2020 meeting. A map and project summary are attached.

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Project Name Forest Lakes Park Applicant St. Andrews Parish Parks and Playgrounds Location of Property 1822 Gun Club Road Landowner Forest Lakes Civic Club Size of Property 5.18 acres Proposed Greenbelt Uses Public park greenspace with a pool, clubhouse, tennis courts

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 150,000 0 150,000 Admin/Closing 3,600 1,400 5,000 Improvements 0 135,000 135,000 Total 153,600 136,400 290,000 Funding Information: The 89 match consists of landowner donation of the sale proceeds to be used for park improvements ( 135,000); and donation of the cost of the appraisal ( 1,400). Charleston Area Appraisals completed an appraisal valuing the land at 150,000 in ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Forest Lakes Park urban Greenbelt project as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board.
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DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

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As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, approve funding for the Forest Lakes Park urban greenbelt project, provided that upon approval, grant agreements will be executed between the County and the appropriate parties.

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Authorize the County Administrator to require the execution and delivery of proper agreements and instruments to implement the conditions of the approval of the grants funds, and to effectuate the goals of the Greenbelt Program ordinances and policies.

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Authorize the use of 153,600 to be funded from the Second Sales Tax revenues. 4. Authorize the obligation of future Urban Unincorporated allocations up to 153,600 to cover

the funding for the Forest Lakes Park project. Greenbelt Application Summary Urban Unncorporated Project
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Project Name: Forest Lakes Park Total Greenbelt Funds: 153,600 Applicant: St. Andrews Park Playground Total Acres: 5.18

Commission Landowner: Forest Lakes Civic Club Greenbelt Cost Per Acre: 28,958 Property Address: 1822 Gun Club Road Score: 55 Project Description: St. Andrew's Parks and Playground Commission is requesting urban unincorporated funds to purchase 5.18 acres located on Gun Club Road, West Ashley. The Forest Lakes Civic Club owns the property and manages it as a neighborhood park with a pool, tennis courts and open greenspace. Because no HOA dues are collected, the Civics Club, which consists of the neighborhood residents, cannot afford the upkeep of the park and its amenities. They wish to sell the property to St. Andrews Parks and Playground Commission for ownership and management. Proceeds from the sale of the land will be donated back for the park maintenance. The property is zoned R-4 and could be developed into approximately 20 homes. Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 150,000 0 150,000 Admin/Closing 3,600 1,400 5,000 Improvements Total
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135,000 135,000 136,400 290,000 Funding Information: The 89 match consists of landowner donation of the sale proceeds to be used for park improvements ( 135,000); and donation of the cost of the appraisal ( 1400). This represents a match of 0.89 for every 1.00 of Greenbelt funds. Charleston Area Appraisals completed an appraisal valuing the land at 150,000 in December 2019. Public Access, Use Benefit: Provides an additional 5.18 acres of urban public lands West Ashley for outdoor, recreation and greenspace. Current improvements include a pool, clubhouse, tennis court, and picnic tables. Proposed improvements include repairing the tennis court and pool, and adding a picnic shelter. Linkage Opportunities: The property is located within the Forest Lakes neighborhood and directly adjacent to the East Cooper Land Trust's Disher Preserve, a 39-acre privately protected property with no public access. Compliance with Greenbelt Plan: Provides 5.18 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 2,000 acres of Urban Greenbelt Lands. Provides lands for public outdoor recreation. Items to Note: 12 The amount of the cLirrent total impervious surfaces is unknown and the applicant intends to add a picnic shelter. Ift Plans include renting the clubhouse and pool. 19 Per the applicant, the neighbors understand that the park will be open to the general public, not just the area neighbors that are part of the Forest Lakes Civics Club. 19 One of the current improvements on the property is a swimming pool. Greenbelt property has never been used for swimming pools. DocuSign Envelope ID: 67524A29-2D67-4F35-B6A7-5F7EE5830186 COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY INISTRATOR THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FROM: CATHY L. RUFDIRECTOR EPT. GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: OXBOW PARK URBAN GREENBELT PROJECT REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARD'S RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: July 9, 2020

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COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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CHIEF OF STAFF

ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. ik 1u i Ei[iL] In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424 as amended, the Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) shall review all greenbelt project applications and make funding recommendations to County Council. The GAB considered the following project at their June 24, 2020 meeting. A map and project summary are attached. Project Name Oxbow Park Applicant Charleston County Location of Property Ashley River Road William Ken nerty Drive Landowner Ashley Place Townhomes, LLC Size of Property 15.28 acres Proposed Greenbelt Uses Park, storm water retention and wetlands preservation Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 3,859,000 0 3,859,000 Admin/Closing 0 155,000 155,000 Improvements 113,300 579,520 692,820 Total 3,972,300 734,520 4,706,820 Funding Information: The 18 match consists of landowner contribution of closing costs and the applicant providing the cost of the planned improvements (retention pond and walking trail). This represents a match of 0.18 for every 1.00 of Greenbelt funds. Charleston Appraisal Service, Inc. completed an appraisal valuing the land at 3,859,000 in November 2019. The Ashley Place Townhomes, LLC includes Arthur Applegate and Michael J. Brickman. i I[s] I 1 :10111 1I 'Ii] '1i1IJ [sill Deny the Oxbow Park urban Greenbelt project as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board. I'] i i:i US]iih'jl IsL.l[a]l As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, deny the Oxbow Park urban Greenbelt project due to the following:
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Property is located in the City of Charleston and requesting urban unincorporated funds Lack of partnerships on the project Low match No matching funds from sources such as storm water No determination of need for the retention pond

Greenbelt Application Summary Urban Unincorporated Prolect Project Name: Oxbow Park Total Greenbelt Funds: 3,972,300 Applicant: Charleston County Government Total Acres: 1528 Landowner: Ashley Place Townhomes, LLC Greenbelt Cost Per Acre: 252,552 Property Address: Ashley River Road William Score: 56

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Project Descnphon: Charleston County Government is requesting Greenbelt funds to purchase this 15.28 parcel located on Ashley River Road, West Ashley. The County plans to build a 45 acre retention pond on the property to help with area storm water flooding. Future plans are to transfer the property to another eligible agency that will open and manage the property as a passive public park with water access and walking trails. The parcel is densely forested and contains over 4 acres of forested wetlands. Zoned for Diverse Residential, the property could allow up to 288 housing units.

Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 3,659,000 0 3,859,000 Admin/Closing
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cost of the planned improvements (retention pond and walking trail). This represents a match of 0.18 for every 1.00 of Greenbelt funds.

Charleston Appraisal Service, Inc. completed an appraisal valuing the land at 3,859,000 in November 2019. The Ashley Place Townhornes, LLC partners include Arthur Applegate and Michael J. Brickman. Provides an additional 15.28 acres of urban public lands West Ashley for outdoor recreation, flood mitigation and wetlands preservation. Proposed improvements include a retention pond and walking trails.
Tagged Interests: funding, flooding, trails, preservation, and recreation

Linkage Opportunities: The subject parcel is adjacent to three large apartment communities and the West Ashley Advanced Studies Magnet School. Nearby is the Ashley Park Retirement Community, Salvation Army, and the Social Security Office.

Compliance with Greenbelt Plan: Provides 11 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 2,000 acres of Urban Greenbelt Lands, Provides 4 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 5,610 acres of Lowcountry Wetlands. Provides lands for public outdoor recreation. Items to Note: This property is located within the jurisdiction of the City of Charleston. Although the City of Charleston supports this project, they did not approve the use of their urban funds for the purchase, so the applicant is requesting the use of either urban unincorporated funds or rural funds. This is the first application from Charleston County Government. The property contains numerous grand trees, including grand live oaks. St. Andrew's Parks Playground Commission has expressed an interest in possibly managing the property as a public park in the future. DocuSign Envelope ID: 67524A29-2D67-4F35-B6A7-5F7EE58301 86 COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY fIJ?INISTRATOR THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FROM: CATHY L. RUFF, DIRECTOR (A4PT. GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: JOHNS ISLAND CENTRAL PARK URBAN GREENBELT PROJECT REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARD'S RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: July 9, 2020
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COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommend ations/reviews) Signature of

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Fiscal impact: Funds are available i' 4 T5 It portion of the Transportation Sales Tax revenues.

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CHIEF OF STAFF ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424 as amended, the Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) shall review all greenbelt project applications and make funding recommendations to County Council. The GAB considered the following project at their June 24, 2020 meeting. A map and project summary are attached. Project Name Johns Island Central Park Applicant Circa 11:11 Location of Property 3091 Maybank Highway/Cane Slash Road Landowner Margaret Peck Broxton Edward Peck Size of Property 15 acres Proposed Greenbelt Uses Recreation, Outdoor Education, Farm Co-Op, Cultural Community Center Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 3,400,000 500,000 3,900,000 Admin/Closing 34,000 0 34,000 Improvements 50,000 600,000 650,000 Other (donation of access easement) 0 200,000 200,000 Total 3,484,000 1,300,000 4,784,000 Funding Information: The 37 match consists of: landowner donation of a bargain sale of subject property ( 500,000) and a 1-acre access easement on adjacent property ( 200,000); applicant and partner match of 600,000 for the proposed improvements. An appraisal has not been provided. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Deny the Johns Island Central Park urban Greenbelt project as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board.
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DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, deny the Johns Island Central Park urban Greenbelt project due to the following: Applicant did not provide documentation of 501 (c)3 non-profit status No MOUs with partners No financial management plan No integration with the Johns Island Open Space Plan Low match Greenbelt Application Summary Urban Unincorporated Project Project Name: Johns Island Central Park Total Greenbelt Funds: 3,484,000 Applicant: Circa 11:11 Total Acres: 15 Landowner: Margaret Peck Broxton Edward Peck Greenbelt Cost Per Acre: 226,667 Property Address: 3091 Maybank Highway Score: 63 Project Description: The non-profit Quaponda doing business as Circa 11:11 has applied for urban unincorporated funds to purchase two parcels totaling 15 acres on Johns Island. A 5-acre parcel is located at 3091 Maybank Highway and a 10-acre parcel is located off Cane Slash Road. The parcels are not adjacent but the landowner who owns the parcel between the two subject parcels has agreed to donate an access easement across his property to connect the parcels. Proposed uses include creating a 'central park in the heart of Johns Island as a community resource nature preserve and public park that includes outdoor education programs, connecting green space path for residents and commerce/jobs, a Farm Co-Op and Cultural Community Center. The land is currently undeveloped, forested land and is located in the Maybank Highway Overlay District zoned Commercial Transitional. Project Budget Greenbelt Funds Match Total Land 3,400,000 500,000 3,900,000 Admin Closing 34,000 0 34,000 Improvements 50,000 600,000 650,000 Other (donation of access easement) 0 200,000 200,000 Total 3,484000 1300000 4,784000 Funding Information: The 37 match consists of: landowner donation of a bargain sale of subject property ( 500,000) and a 1-acre access easement on the adjacent property ( 200,000); applicant and partner match of 600,000 for the proposed improvements. This represents a match of 0.37 for every 1.00 of Greenbelt funds. An appraisal has not be provided. Public Access, Use Benefit: Provides an additional 15 acres of urban public lands on Johns Island for recreation, economic development, education and preservation. Proposed improvements include a Farm Co-Op Store, Community Cultural Center, classroom cabins, bathhouses, basketball court, and swimming pool.
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Linkage Opportunities: The proposed trail on the property will provide a walking/biking connection between the residences on Cane Slash Road to the commercial uses on Maybank Highway.

Compliance with Greenbelt Plan: Provides 10 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 2,000 acres of Urban Greenbelt Lands. Provides 5 acres toward meeting the goal of protecting 5,610 acres of Lowcountry Wetlands. Provides lands for public outdoor recreation. Items to Note: To make parcels link, need commitment from landowner to donate easement across his property. The structure of the non-profit and the DBAs needs to be clarified. Proposed improvements total 23,000 sq. ft. or (3.5 impervious surface). They plan to rent/lease the property for reunions, weddings, fund-raisers, gardening and heritage based events. One of the proposed uses is a swimming pool. Greenbelt property has never been used for swimming pools. DocuSign Envelope ID: 67524A29-2D67-4F35-B6A7-5F7EE58301 86 COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNT' NISTRATOR THROUGH: CHRISTINE DURANT, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOF FROM: CATHY L. RUFF, DIRECTOR94'BEPT. GREENBELT PROGRAMS SUBJECT: BIRT AND FLYNN GREENBELT PROPERTY TRANSFER REQUEST: CONSIDER GREENBELT ADVISORY BOARD'S RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: July 9, 2020
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CHIEF OF STAFF

ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. In accordance with Charleston County Ordinance 1424, Section 5, no interest in land acquired by an Eligible Greenbelt Fund Recipient with Greenbelt Funds may be extinguished, sold, transferred, assigned, alienated, or converted to a purpose or use other than that set forth in the grant award, without securing a: (1) two-thirds vote of the board, following a finding of fact that the land no longer exhibits the characteristic that qualified it for acquisition with funds from the Greenbelt Fund; and (2) majority vote of the Charleston County Council. If any interests in lands, that have been acquired by an Eligible Greenbelt Fund Recipient with Greenbelt Funds, are extinguished, sold, transferred, assigned, alienated, or converted pursuant to the above subsection, the Eligible Greenbelt Fund Recipient extinguishing, selling, transferring, assigning, alienating, or converting the interests in land shall replace them with interests in land of substantially equal current fair market value, with any deficit being made up by contribution (cash or in-kind at the discretion of the board) to the Greenbelt Fund. The replacement land must also exhibit characteristics that meet the criteria of this ordinance. The board must verify that suitable replacement interests in lands have been identified and will be obtained before authorizing that any interest in land purchased with monies from the Greenbelt Fund be extinguished, sold, transferred, assigned, alienated, or converted. The City of North Charleston is requesting to transfer the following Greenbelt properties to Southeast Development and Construction, LLC. Flynn Greenbelt Property located at 4111 S. Rhett Avenue. This property was purchased by the City of North Charleston in 2015 for 22,500. The current appraised value is 62,000. Birt Greenbelt Property located on S. Rhett Avenue, This 3.43 acre parcel was purchased by the City of North Charleston in 2013 for 437,874. The City requests to transfer a 0.09 acre portion that has a current appraised value of 21,000. In exchange for the above Greenbelt parcels, the developer will transfer the following parcel to the City of North Charleston:
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4251 O'Hear Avenue - This is a 0.20 acre parcel with a current appraised land value of 95,000.

In accordance with the Greenbelt Ordinance, the Greenbelt Advisory Board approved this transfer with the necessary two-thirds vote (vote was 13 ayes, 1 abstention). Additionally, the GAB deemed the replacement land as suitable to meet the characteristics of the Greenbelt criteria, A map of the subject lands is attached. Approve the transfer of the Flynn and Birt Greenbelt properties as recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board.

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As recommended by the Greenbelt Advisory Board, approve the following conveyance of Greenbelt properties from the City of North Charleston to Southeast Development and Construction, LLC., to include releasing the Greenbelt deed restrictions on the subject land. Flynn Greenbelt Property (0.13 acre parcel 470-1200-045) Birt Greenbelt Property (0.09 acre portion of parcel 4701200101)

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Authorize the following property be accepted into the Greenbelt Program as replacement land, to include placing the necessary Greenbelt deed restrictions on the parcel:

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COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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THROUGH: JIM ARMSTRONG, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR IS

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FROM: STEVE THIGPEN, DIRECTORYDEPT SUBJECT: FY2021 ANNUAL ALLOCATION PROJECTS

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REQUEST: APPROVE FUNDING RECOMENDATIONS COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE

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Tagged Interests: funding, finance, and council

TRANS PORATION DEVELOPMENT

DATE: 07/09/2020
Tagged Interests: development and Development

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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