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COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

Tuesday, July 14th, 2020 at 6:30 p.m.

Town of Pineville, North Carolina

Held Remotely via Zoom 1) a) b) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7)

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TOWN COUNCIL AGENDA MEETNG HELD VIRTUALLY for PUBLIC AT PNEVLLE COMMUNICATIONS for

COUNCIL AND STAFF at 6:30 P.M. TOWN OF PNEVLLE, NORTH CAROLNA TUESDAY, JULY 14, 2020 Call Regular Council Meeting to Order: Pledge Allegiance to the Flag: (BM) Moment of Silence:
Tagged Interests: communications and Communications

Adoption of Agenda:

Approval of Minutes: Council Work Session Minutes of April 27, 2020, Council Meeting Minutes of the June 9, 2020 Meeting and Council Work Session Minutes from June 22, 2020.

Consent Agenda: a) Finance Report as of June 30, 2020;

Public Comment: ***Please see below* ** Public Hearings:
Tagged Interests: finance and hearing

A.
Patio-Style Townhomes on Dorman Rd. (Travis Morgan) Request to build 23 patio-style, one-level townhomes between the Haven and the Laurels at 13160 Dorman Road.

Tagged Interests: road and streets

B.
Hyundai Dealership (Travis Morgan) Request to construct new Hyundai Dealership 10518 Cadillac Street

NEW BUSINESS:

Tagged Interests: business, economic development, and streets

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B.

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Council Vote on Three Public Hearing Items: 1. Pineville Logistics Center - Warehouse complex between Nations Ford Rd. Downs Rd. (ACTION ITEM).

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Tagged Interests: council and hearing

2.
Patio-style Homes on Dorman Rd. - 23 Single-story patio-style homes off Dorman Rd. (A CTIION ITEM).

3.
Hyundai Dealership - New Hyundai Dealership located on 10518 Cadillac St. (ACTION ITEM).

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Consideration of Approval for Wavier Agreements sent by Electricities - (Ryan Spitzer)- Request to waive the US Postal Mail requirement for NCMPAI wholesale power bills. (ACTION ITEM).

Tagged Interests: electric

Discussion of County Resolution (Ryan Spitzer) - Guidelines for wearing face coverings. (INFORMATIONAL/A ITEM).

Tagged Interests: shelter in place

Budget Amendment (Richard Dixon) - To transfer funds from ILEC to CLEC

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Tagged Interests: funding, budget, Telecommunications, and telecommunications

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StaffUpdate:

1) Manager's Report 2) Calendar of Events CLOSED SESSION: Discussion of matters pursuant to NCGS 143-318.11(5 6), (Real Estate Item/Personnel Items) Adjourn *** Members of the public that wish to express comments for this meeting are asked to email them to the Town Cleft. you plan tojoin the ZOOM meeting and wish to make a comment during the meeting, you may do so during the Public Comment period or during one of the Public Hearings. Send your emails to: bmonticello@pinevillenc.qov no later than 12:00 noon on Tuesday, July 14th, 2020. Please be sure to include your full name in the email along with your questions/comments that you would like read into the record. If you plan to speak during the Zoom meeting, please send an email with your full name indicating whether you will be speaking during Public Comments or on one of the Public Hearings. Comments emailed in by this time will be read aloud at the meeting. Council may or may not respond to

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MINUTES of the

Town Council Work Session of April 27, 2020,

the Council Meeting Minutes of June 9, 2020 and the Council Work Session Minutes of June 22, 2020

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TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION OF Monday 412712020 6:00 P.M. (Meeting held remotely via Zoom) 200 Dover Street, Pineville, NC The Town Council of the Town of Pineville, NC, met in a Work Session on Monday April 27, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. The meeting was held remotely using Zoom. ATTENDANCE Mayor: Jack Edwards Mayor Pro-Tem: Melissa Davis
Tagged Interests: council and streets

CALL TO ORDER Mayor Jack Edwards called the meeting to order at 6:03 p.m. Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis moved to open the meeting and Council Member Joe Maxim seconded it. There were ayes by all and the meeting was opened. The Mayor then called upon Planning and Zoning Director, Travis Morgan, to begin the discussion on Kings Grant Warehouse Project.

DISCUSSION ITEMS: A. Kings Grant Warehouse Project by Beacon Development- (Travis Morgan) Planning Director, Travis Morgan, stated that their plan had been updated since the last meeting with the biggest change being that Martin-Marieta was no longer interested in the side of property along Nations Ford Rd. Additionally, all curb cuts that appeared on the previous plan have been eliminated along Downs Rd. except for the connector street. The project consists of approximately 240 acres and due to its size, the project needs to go before Council. It is made up of several parcels with all residential properties except for one (Coley) currently under contract. This is shown on page RZ2.0 of the rezoning plan. The Trafic Study (TIA) needs some updating as it reflects information from the prior plan. The trafic study will need to be updated to correspond with the current plan that shows one access point. Staff is in support of the new plan with one access point but it does not align with another road, which is what the town would like to see. Sidewalks are shown on one side of the street; staff was recommending there be sidewalks on both sides of the street as well as decorative lighting. Mr. Morgan continued, stating that he had concems regarding any future outdoor storage. He was looking for more details to define what the outside storage might include.
Tagged Interests: road, planning, grant, council, development, contract, zoning, Development, property, and Pedestrian

Buffers are shown on the plan with a 100 ft. buffer off the Miller propeny. The right-of-way that is on Nations Ford Road belongs to Charlotte and anything on that side would need to align with their standards, but Mr. Morgan did not know what their standards were. There was a provision in the plan that if some of the remaining single-family homes decided to sell at a later date and be included in the proposed plan, they could do so. The proposal was to combine all the parcels and rezone them to General Industrial Conditional Development (G-l CD) with primary uses made up of approximately

Tagged Interests: right of way, road, streets, development, industrial, zoning, Development, property, and RIGHT OF WAY

80
warehouse, 12 production and 6 ofice space. Mr. Morgan opened the floor to questions/comments from Council.

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Tagged Interests: council

Jon Morris of Beacon Development wanted to talk about the decorative lighting that Mr. Morgan wanted to see. He stated that the lights that Pineville required were very expensive, at 10,000 apiece. This would be a several hundred thousand dollar hit to their budget. He added that the buildings would be well lit and perhaps they could work out a compromise.

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, budget, development, and Development

Jeff Orsbom stated that sec on of the road will have three lanes plus curb and gutter, along with plantings. There will be a catch basin from the upper end by where the school buses are stored which will discharge into a BPM. He asked Mayor Pro Tem Davis what flooding issues there were. She responded that Mr. Kimbrell had brought up the flooding and that is has gotten worse after the first building went up.

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Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, streets, Public Transit, flooding, commercial, and education

Mr. Orsbom stated that all storm water ponds would discharge back into the creeks and had started to do research on that now. The BMP by the connector road discharged into the ditch and they had a way to divert it to the McCullough Branch flood area. Mr. Morris stated that water did pour off of both the Harley and Miller sites. John Orsbom stated there was a pipe under Downs Road that he had just gotten a picture of today but it wasn't usable and no one even knew it was there. They were the ones who found the pipe. Mr. Morris added that water would not flow any faster than it was flowing before, but that they would be controlling it better now. The problem was not having BMP'S on those sites right now.

Council Work Session of April 27, 2020 Page 2

Tagged Interests: road, council, sites, streets, utility, Utility, water, flooding, and stormwater

Jon Morris commented that the best place to divert the water is into Flood Plains and stated that's what the ordinances were for. Their plan had been engineered and approved. They couldn't make the situation worse because they had to abide by the ordinances to improve it. Council Member Les Gladden just wanted Mr. Morris to be aware of what the town wanted so he wouldn't be liable for any problems that might occur. He wanted to know the detail - what the current plan was for that area. Mr. Morris replied that the entire western side would have curb and gutter and that would be a dramatic improvement but they didn't plan sidewalks because it was an old parcel that would require Right-of-Way in order to improve it which was difficult to acquire. Additionally, there's less of a chance of pedestrians walking on that side of the road so no sidewalks were planned. Council Member Gladden offered that the town might be able to help get some R-O-W to make sure sidewalks and stormwater improvements would be continuous along the remaining Coley residential property along Downs Road to which Mr. Morris replied that any help would be appreciated as they wanted to do the project right.

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Tagged Interests: right of way, road, ordinance, council, streets, utility, Utility, water, flooding, property, RIGHT OF WAY, Pedestrian, and stormwater

Jon Morris stated that Martin Marietta was gone They were no longer interested in developing parcel F which makes it easier for Beacon to develop it with them gone. Mr. Morgan wanted to touch on the elevations and outdoor storage issue. Mr. Morris stated that for the outdoor storage, he could put the same conditions on it that he did for the LancelCampbell Warehouse they had done earlier. Some of the things they had stored in other outdoor spaces were AC units, pipe, wood, granite but added that at their Metrolina Warehouse complex, they had about 10-12 tenants and none had any outdoor storage. Mr. Morgan stated they could work on language similar to what they had done on the Lance/Campbell warehouse.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: rental, property, and commercial

Mr. Morris asked what everyone thought of the building elevations? He was pleased when he saw the renderings in the packet and called it one of the better business parks that he's seen. All agreed they were nice looking buildings.

Mayor Pro Tem Davis expressed some concem that the town would wind up with a large warehouse and no tenants due to the situation with businesses shutting down due to Covid-19. Craig Fleming, of Beacon, stated that their ofices have never been busier and, if anything, this was the perfect time for this development and added, you donat want to be stuck with a lot of space and either do we.

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, Homebuilder, business, development, parks, Development, and rental

Mr. Morris explained that with the pandemic in full swing, there would be increasing inventory to have on hand for that type of situation and that three things would come out the pandemic experience: internet adoptions, increase in inventories and the re-manufacturing of goods in America. Council Member Amelia Stinson Wesley commented that was a good analysis and thanked him for it. Mayor Edwards asked if there were any other questions.

No additional detail provided

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functional. Mr. Morris responded that their intent was to build the connector road first in Phase I but Mr. Motuan pointed out in his staff report under item 10B, that the developer was to complete the connector road during the next phase after the development of area A.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: road, streets, development, and Development

Mr. Morris asked Council what their thoughts were on the stub road going south. Mr. Morgan stated that the road didn't need to be a public dedicated road. It could be an intemal driveway road between buildings 8 and 10. Mr. Morris stated we would not want a stub as a public road and we would like to have flexibility in where the stub road goes as it acts as an insurance policy since the town doesn't know what will be on the Miller portion of the property. We may need it as a relief valve and the only reason it's there is because of the unknown of what could happen. The location of it can move; that part is flexible.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, council, streets, insurance, property, and policy

Discussion moved to lighting. Jon Morris agreed that they wanted the street lighG to look nice but Pineville's decorative light poles were very expensive. Mayor Edwards asked if Travis would work with Jon on options. Council Member Les Gladden asked that they address sidewalk issue as well. He asked if Council could discuss it futther with Mr. Morgan who agreed.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: council, streets, Pedestrian, and pole

B.
Road Abandonment - Planning and Zoning Director, Travis Morgan, stated that Jeff Cropp from Dodge Dealership asked the town to write a letter supporting them in taking the stub road by the dealership. According to an email received by the DOT, the first light of refusal was to prior property owner. The 2nd right of refusal goes to the adjacent property owner and the 3rd right of refusal would then go to the Town. Dodge therefore had higher standing. The town would need to write a letter and could include recommended conditions such as the recommended survey done by Thomas White.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: road, planning, zoning, transportation, and property

Mayor Edwards asked if there was any other business to discuss. Town Manager Ryan Spiter asked to discuss the Electric Rider which he had sent to Council earlier. Council Member Amelia Stinson Wesley and Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis both said they didn't have time to read through it. Mr. Spitzer advised the group that they would all have to vote on it. He provided a summary for council members - it was an economic rider for those electric customers that have a choice in either choosing Pineville Electric or another electric provider. As an incentive to choose Pineville, we would offer

discounts over 4 years, with year one at 30 , year at 20 , year three at 10 and year four at 5 as a way to keep customers with us. This could be offered to businesses as well. This program is what Electricities uses in Comelius. When asked if the program was competitive, Mr. Spiter replied that it was.

Tagged Interests: business, council, program, electric, manager, and incentive

Mr. Spitzer gave an update on the following:

The fire department was ready to bum one of the white houses on Dover St. on May 9. He will be letting those people in to collect the things tiey wanted from home.

Tagged Interests: fire departments and districts

Police oficers were thankful for recommending Hazard Pay for them during this time. Mecklenburg County would be lifting some restrictions from the Stay-at-Home Order on April 29 - some mayors of the other towns were sending letters to the EOC to lift the order on the 29th. Mr. Spitzer stated that each town can do their own thing and the majority of the towns want the orders lifted but they also want to stay in alliance with the governors orders. He will send Council a comparison sheet listing the Countys vs. State's Stay-at-Home Orders. Council Member Joe Maxim asked if there was any feedback from Atrium Hospital to which Mr. Spiter stated they recommended staying the course until May F. Mayor Edwards added that FEMA was also recommending that towns hold off opening back up. Council Member Maxim stated that it would be helpful to have the comparison chart. Mr. Spitzer added that both Atrium and Novant have reported a leveling off of new cases.

Tagged Interests: shelter in place, council, hospital, public safety, healthcare, and FEMA

Council will look over the comparison chart and decide the next day what route they want to take, Mr. Spiter will provide feedback to Council on the EOC meeting that was scheduled for later in the week. He also advised that all play grounds would remain closed and reopen in Phase 2. Council can call him with questions because it was very confusing. Fumiture stores were the biggest change to open up in Phase 1.

Both Mayor Pto Tem Melissa Davis and Council Member Joe Maxim agreed with lessening the restrictions on the 29 but Council Members Les Gladden and Amelia Stinson-Wesley both stated that there needed to be some clarity on these things because it was all very confusing. Mr. Spitzer will provide the comparison sheet and any other additional information to Council. ATTEST:

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Barbara Monticello, Town Clerk

Pineville MINUTES OF THE

TOWN COUNCIL MEETING OF THE TOWN OF PINEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

TUESDAY, June 9, 2020 - Held Virtually (from The Hut, 413 Johnston Dr.)

The Town Council of the Town of Pineville met in Regular Session on June 9, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom. ATTENDANCE Mayor: Jack Edwards Mayor Pro-Tem: Melissa Rogers Davis

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Town Manager: Ryan Spitzer Planning Zoning Director: Travis Morgan Finance Director: Richard Dixon

Town Clerk: Barbara Monticello

Tagged Interests: planning, finance, zoning, and manager

CALL TO ORDER Mayor Jack Edwards called the meeting to order at 6:31 p.m.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG Town Manager, Ryan spiter, led the Pledge of Allegiance.

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MOMENT OF SILENCE Mayor Edwards asked for a moment of silence for the police departments across the nation because of recent negative press, noting that they were under pressure and needed support right now. He asked that everyone remember our troops, first responders, police, fire and our military men and women.

Tagged Interests: public safety and military

ORDER OF BUSINESS:

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Adoption of the Aqenda: Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis made a motion to adopt the agenda. Council Member Les Gladden seconded the motion and there were ayes by all. Motion passed 4-0.

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Approval of the Minutes of the Council Meetinq and Closed Session of May 12, 2020. Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis asked that the name Michelson be changed to Nicholson. She then made a motion to accept the minutes with the name correction. Council Member Amelia Stinson Wesley seconded the motion. There were ayes by all and the minutes were approved with the correction.

Consent Agenda: The Consent Agenda consisted of the following items: a) Finance Report as of5/30/2020; b) Tax Refunds. Council Member Joe Maxim made a motion to accept the Consent Agenda and Council Member Les Gladden seconded the motion. There were ayes by all and the motion passed 4-0.
Tagged Interests: finance, council, taxes, and Taxes

PUBLIC COMMENT: Meeting was held remotely. Comments were emailed to the Town Clerk to be read in to the record. Jane Shutt of Pineville Neighbors Place joined the meeting via ZOOM and gave a summary of the number of people that they have helped this year, along with the amount of money they were able to assist people in need with. Additionally, she provided the figures for the number of people their food pantry was able to serve along with the number of meals served to children in need.

Mayor Edwards thanked her for volunteering for this spot and to arrange, through Town Clerk Barbara Monticello, to come to the Council Meeting in August.

Public Hearings:
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A.
Beacon Development - Kings Grant - Council Member Les Gladden made a motion to open the hearing for Beacon Development. Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis seconded the motion and the public hearing opened@6:45 p.m.

Travis Morgan, Planning and Zoning Director, gave an overview of the project. The project is 240 acres between Nations Ford Road and Downs Road. It is a total of 3.5 million square feet with ten buildings within the development. Conditional notes were updated since the last meeting. They were still working on a lighting plan. The connector Road lines up with the Hammonds property across the street. They all met and agreed on screening and buffer for the Hammond property. They discussed fencing, wall or berm - to be to be refined at the next meeting. The BMP's will be wet ponds and handled like HOA's for the maintenance of them. A lengthy discussion on the esthetics of BMP's and keeping them maintained was discussed. Beacon has the entire property now; it is not going to be a rock crushing facility as was originally thought. Mr. Morgan noted that the Coley property was not interested in selling their home at this time. There is a 100-foot buffer around this property with standard screenings and a clause that allows them to sell their property to developers if they change their mind.

Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, planning, grant, council, facility, development, zoning, Development, property, and hearing

Jon Morris introduced himself stating he had been with Beacon for many years and was overseeing this project. He stated that Beacon intended to improve the road with curb and gutter along Downs Rd. They've discussed a lot of the storm water issues and feel they will dramatically improve the flooding conditions there. Council Member Les Gladden said he still had concems about the flexibility in design of the buildings. They have not technically designed the buildings as of yet so what they could do is list out the building materials they planned to use such as using concrete, accented with paint; or significant use of glass; tiles inlayed into concrete. He realized Beacon was still months away from actively designing the buildings but they should be able to provide materials they will use to construct the buildings.

Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, council, streets, utility, Utility, materials, water, flooding, and stormwater

something in the next week. Craig assured him that was absolutely possible.

Jon Morris stated that regarding the maintenance of the wet ponds, they would inspect the ponds monthly and also when it rains heavily and with regards to the 75-100 foot parking off the connector road, they would agree to more than 20 feet but not quite 75-100 feet as that is a lot. They had restrictions in their leases about parking but stated that they could work on an agreed upon amount. He added that there would be no chain link fencing around the BMP's.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: road, leasing, streets, and parking

Jon Morris stated there was a lot of topography on the section by building 4. Ken Hammond asked to see the elevation of that building. Council Member Les Gladden asked Mr. Hammond if they planned to keep Travis Morgan in the loop of conversation with Beacon. Jon Morris stated they would copy Travis on the emails as they wanted to be as transparent

as possible. Ken Hammond was concemed what the impact of the project and the traffic would have on the value of their property. Mr. Morris responded that Pineville did not want driveways on Downs Road so they eliminated three driveways and the location of the connector road was pushed on them by DOT. He reiterated that they would keep Travis in the loop and keep trying to work something out. Denise Hammond added that they were not against development, but that they were pro safety. Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis mentioned several times that traffic would be going out to Nations Ford Road and asked if there was a way to limit certain vehicles from coming out onto Downs Road? Director Travis Morgan replied that because it was a public road, it would be difficult as it would be an enforcement issue and a challenge for sure.

Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, council, streets, development, transportation, Development, property, and traffic

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Mayor Edwards noted that everyone was talking about the same thing and that all Beacon, the Kimbrells and the Hammonds needed to do was to work it out. Council Member Joe Maxim stated Beacon would price out the specifications and continue to work something out. He then asked Danny Kimbrell for his comments.

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Tagged Interests: council

Danny Kimbrell agreed with the Hammonds; he, too, was concemed about the entrance way, the traffic and safety concems. Council Member Joe Maxim suggested getting together with Ken Hammond and the Kimbrell's next Monday or Tuesday to continue to work something out. Mr. Morgan offered his assistance in coming up with an agreement as he would like to see the issue resolved by the next meeting.

these specifications.

Tagged Interests: council and traffic

Public Hearing for a Request for Parking on Eagleton Down Road (Travis Morgan). A motion was then made and seconded to open the second Public Hearing for Eagleton Downs. Director Travis Morgan said the developer for Lot 2, on Eagleton Downs Road, was requesting that parking be allowed in front of the building which faces Downs Road. They are proposing to install shrubs along the Downs Road portion to screen the parking on the Downs Road side. Council Member Les Gladden asked if the screening bushes should be on Eagleton Downs Road. Mr. Morgan responded that it should but that it just was not shown on the graphic. He noted that installing a street light at the intersection of Eagleton Downs and Downs Road would be valuable for the town and for motorists along Eagleton Downs and Downs Road.

NEW BUSINESS:
Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, business, council, economic development, streets, streetscape, hearing, traffic, and parking

C.
Appointment of Volunteer to the Park and Recreation County Commission: Council Member Joe Maxim requested moving Item C up on the agenda to appoint Milady Meadows to the position of volunteer to the Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation Commission. This would eliminate her need to have to sit through another hearing. Ms. Meadows had introduced herself earlier to Council. Council Member Joe Maxim made a motion to nominate Milady Meadows and it was seconded by Council Member Les Gladden. There were ayes by all and the motion passed.

PUBLIC HEARINGS: C. Public Hearing for FY20 21 Budget - (Ryan Spitzer). Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis moved to open the hearing and Council Member Amelia Stinson Wesley seconded the motion. There were ayes by all and the motion passed to open the final Public Hearing of the evening. Town Manager Ryan Spitzer gave a presentation on the budgeting process and an overview of what has transpired over the last several months. After meeting with department heads, reviewing their needs, assessing them and making cuts where necessary Mr. Spitzer and Finance Director Richard Dixon, met with the department heads to look for operational needs, along with Council's goals to be sure they were all aligned. He noted that the town also had the option of doing

Tagged Interests: finance, council, boards and commissions, budget, appointments, parks, hearing, manager, volunteer, and recreation

Capital purchases over 5,000 are generally one-time expenses.

Mr. Spitzer reviewed the Budget Impacts for FY21. The revenue was projected to be 650,000 less than last years fiscal year due to: COVID19 2 Retirements New positions in the budget Elimination of a position Commitment to pay employees at least 15.00 an hour. Beginning stages of new Town Hall - footings, slabs need to be in place before the winter weather. Increase in service demands due to growth - new developments including solid waste. Public Safety - Pineville has a large police force due to large commercial base we have. Infrastructure and investments
Tagged Interests: budget, retirement, utility, development, solid waste, Utility, public safety, seniors, transportation, purchasing, Development, investment, commercial, and growth

Utility investments - PCS Electric - extending services to new developments. Implementation of plans - mobility, sidewalks, bike lanes, parks and recreation expansion.

There will be increased permitting fees from the County. Pineville's tax rate remains at .33 per 100 of value. Also, there was no electric rate increase again this year, the 4th in a row. Moving to medical insurance, Mr. Spitzer stated that the town was lucky enough to experience a decrease in our premiums. Council Member Les Gladden asked how the insurance people know when employees come on or come off our insurance plans. Manager Spitzer advised the insurance company is notified of when someone leaves or drops off our insurance plan.

Tagged Interests: impact fee, council, expansion, streets, taxes, Taxes, utility, development, Utility, services, insurance, electric, parks, Development, investment, manager, Pedestrian, recreation, and bicycle

Mr. Spitzer continued, stating that projects listed in red will be postponed or delayed until January. Those items will be revisited later in the year to see if Council wants to fund them if our revenues come in higher than expected.

A Police Captain's position was put in the budget at 73,000. Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis asked that it be noted in the minutes that when selecting an interim captain, the process go through an outside company to choose the best candidate. Mr. Spitzer stated that ISS would be doing it.

Tagged Interests: council, budget, and public safety

Mayor Edwards asked if there were any other comments from the public on the budget but there were none. Council Member Joe Maxim, however, wanted to know if the pending decision for Elations, ADP and etc. were include in this budget? Mr. Spitzer advised that it did not include those items. Mayor Edwards added that if they made the decision not to have the Fall Festival and Rockin' and Reeling, etc. then they should have the funds needed for those programs.

NEW BUSINESS:

Tagged Interests: funding, business, council, economic development, budget, program, and festival

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D.
Vote on the Eagleton Downs Parking Request - This item was already done following the end of the Public Hearing for it.

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Tagged Interests: hearing and parking

PARC Master Plan Extension - (Ryan Spitzer). Mr. Spitzer stated that a full-blown cost analysis was done on three projects and currently there was an LWCF grant available for a town that purchases property for recreational purposes. This is a dollar for dollar match on the grant and, if awarded, a conceptual plan would need to be developed within three years of being awarded the grant. Council needed to vote to include funds for this project in the upcoming FY21 budget. The project will continue to grow in price due to inflation. Mr. Spitzer stated that the grant was just to buy the land; not to construct the expansion. Council would need to approve the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, council, expansion, budget, purchasing, property, and recreation

plan with the park expansion.

Tagged Interests: expansion and parks

Employee Satisfaction Survey - (Human Resources Director Domessa Froneberger). Referring to the previously discussed Employee Satisfaction Survey, Manager Spitzer stated it came down to two companies: Culture Amp vs. Talent Keepers. He suggested doing two during the first year.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: manager and human resources

E.
Adopt Tax Rate/Electric Rates/Phone Rates and all other Town Fees (Ryan Spitzer). Mr. Spitzer noted that along with the budget, all rates and fees need to be adopted as well. The tax rate will remain at 0.33 per 100 of valuation. Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis asked for a correction to the wording regarding rental fees at the Belle Johnston Community Center and then inquired as to whether sponsorship fees had increased. Mr. Ryan Spitzer advised that they had not raised any fees for the Belle Johnston Community Center.

Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis moved to accept the tax rate, electric fees, and town fees with the condition that banner fees, scoreboard fees at Jack Hughes Park were reviewed and adjusted if necessary. Council Member Les Gladden seconded the motion and the rates for the FY20-21 Budget were officially adopted. F. Adopt FY 20-21 Budget (Ryan Spitzer). There were no additional comments or questions on the budget. Council Member Joe Maxim made a motion to accept the FY20-21 Budget and Council Member Amelia Stinson Wesley seconded the motion. There were ayes by all and the FY20-21 Budget was passed.

Tagged Interests: impact fee, council, budget, taxes, Taxes, electric, parks, rental, rates, and community center

G.
Staff Update (Ryan Spitzer) Mr. Spitzer stated that the proposed dates for the Splash Pad opening were Monday through Friday for campers, Wednesday's 8 - 1 only and then Wednesdays 2 - 7 for the public as well as Saturday and Sundays. After Phase three passes, the schedule would be Monday through Friday for Pineville residents and all-day Saturday and Sunday. The maximum number of kids in the splash pad at any given time would be limited to 25.

No additional detail provided

A
lengthy discussion followed regarding the logistics of opening the Splash Pad. In the end, Council realized there were just too many risks involved and too much liability at stake to even open the Splash Pad at all. The consensus of Council was not to open the splash pad at all until cleared to move into Phase three of the

Governors Orders regarding the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, council, and risk

Additional items discussed under Staff Updates were:

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Discussion on new date for Council Retreat. Council Member Les Gladden does not want to have the Council Retreat at The Hut and suggested getting a meeting room as we have in the past. Manager Spitzer suggested mid to late September for a new date for the retreat. He'll check on some dates.

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Discussed new ladder truck for the fire department. It needs a complete replacement of the ladder section. Council consensus was to replace the entire ladder section.

Splash Pad will not open until Phase three of the Covid-19 Orders.
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A
break was called for at 1 1 :07 before moving into Closed Session.

**CLOSED SESSION: At 11:15 p.m. a motion was made by Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis and seconded by Council Member Amelia Stinson-Wesley to enter Closed Session. Pursuant to NCGS 143-318.11(6), one personnel issue was discussed at length and two additional ones thereafter.

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ADJOURNMENT: At 12:05 a.m. Council Member Joe Maxim motioned to end the Closed Session and adjoum the meeting with Council Member Amelia Stinson-Wesley seconding the motion. There were ayes by all and the meeting adjoumed.

ATTEST:
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Barbara Monticello, Town Clerk

Mayor Jack Edwards

Pineville MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION OF At the Telephone Building for Council Staff e 118 College St., Pineville The Town Council of the Town of Pineville, NC, met in a Work Session on Monday, June 22, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. The meeting was held remotely using Zoom for the public. Council Members and Staff were present at the Pineville Telephone Building. ATTENDANCE:
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Mayor: Jack Edwards Mayor Pro-Tem: Melissa Davis

Finance Director: Richard Dixon (joined the meeting later)

Present via Zoom: Representatives from Beacon Development including Jon Morris and John Core; John Fryday and Nick
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Berndt represented the Hyundai Dealership; and David Tibbles represented the Patio Style Townhomes.

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Jack Edwards called the meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. Council Member Les Gladden made a motion to open the meeting and Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis seconded the motion. There were ayes by all and the meeting began.

No additional detail provided

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CLOSED SESSION: The meeting began first with a Closed Session pursuant to NCGS 143-318.11 (5), real estate. Attomey John Buben representing the Town of Pineville, joined the meeting via ZOOM and guided the discussion regarding negotiations pertaining to a real estate item. Council provided feedback to Attomey Buben and Town Manager, Ryan Spitzer, so they could

move forward with the transaction. A motion was made and seconded to exit the Closed Session portion of the meeting and to begin the Open Session portion of the meeting at 6:45 p.m. DISCUSSION ITEMS: The Mayor then called upon Planning and Zoning Director, Travis Morgan, to begin the discussion on the Kings Grant Warehouse Project. A. Kings Grant Warehouse Project by Beacon Development- (Travis Morgan) Planning Director, Travis Morgan, stated this was another review of the warehouse project to smooth out any outstanding matters. Mr. Morgan and representatives from Beacon Development will be meeting on July 2nd on the renderings of the buildings and Beacon has
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another meeting setup with the property ownets in the area to work out the buffering issues with them.

Council Work Session of June 22, 2020 Page 1

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Regarding parking issues on the connector road, Beacon stated there would be a 50-foot setback with no on-street parking

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permitted. Council Member Les Gladden asked if that would be noted on the driveways anywhere. John Core of Beacon Development wasn't considering it but suggested some signage there.

No additional detail provided

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Mr. Morgan asked if there were any additional notes, comments on the architectural designs of the buildings. Mr. Core

stated that he should have received a set of design standards and they were working diligently on the elevations to add to

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those design standards. Mr. Core added that they should be ready in about ten days and planned to review with Mr. Morgan

during the first week in July. Mr. Morgan stated that he had not seen them as yet.

Mr. Morgan noted that the outstanding buffer issues with adjacent property owners were to be discussed with Beacon at an upcoming meeting on Friday, along with possibly any renderings, updates to any notes, and any new infomation from

the traffic study. Mr. Core brought to Mr. Morgan's attention that, without an easement from the Coley resident, the sidewalk would need to

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be jogged to allow for the storm drain pipe to be installed. Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis asked if the family had been approached for an easement. Mr. Core replied that they had contacted them but calls were never retumed. Council Member Gladden knows the family and will try to talk to them about it to see if they would be willing to allow an easement through

their property. He asked Mr. Core to send the picture that was shown on the screen to Mr. Morgan that depicts what would
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happen without the easement so that it will be easier to explain to the family what it is that Beacon needed. Mr. Core agreed

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to send it to Mr. Morgan.

Jon Morris stated that the plan was to go through the drawings on Thursday, July 2nd with Travis and any Council Members that wanted to join them were welcome to do so. This session of the meeting concluded.

No additional detail provided

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B.
Request to Build Patio Style Townhomes on Dorman Road: Mr. Morgan stated that Mr. David Tibbles had joined the Zoom meeting to discuss this project. Revisions were made to the original plan for senior housing proposed in the space between the Laurels and the Haven off of Dorman Road. The roof lines were redesigned with different gables to

give them some visual interest, an updated parking plan looked good with spaces situated close enough to the front

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entrances of the units and four units were actually added by the entrance into the community facing outward so as not to

see the rear of the units as in the last plan. This brought the total number of units to 23 single-story patio-style townhomes. There were two concerns expressed by the Cottages - fencing and possible stormwater issues. Mr. Tibbles acknowledged that fencing would be done between the new units and the Cottages and the stormwater plan was designed around the new plan and subject to county review and approval. All sidewalks will be 5 feet wide.
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to be rented rather than owned.

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Laurels/Haven dumpster is on the Tibbies property. This concluded the presentation of the revised plan for this project.

Council Work Session of June 22, 2020 Page 2 C. Review of Hyundai Dealership Plan: Director Morgan reviewed what was discussed and agreed upon at the last meeting regarding a new Hyundai dealership. He stated the building would be 40,000 square feet, they would be able to display a total of 5 cars, there will be four-foot tall evergreen shrubs screening the Pineville Road frontage. Additionally, they have agreed to put 5,000 toward a new or relocated Town sign. The metal building will be refaced on the front but the remainder will be painted, not refaced. A lighting plan has been submitted and the Hyundai sign has been updated not to include the South Charlotte wording. John Fryday advised, however, that the sign on the building would still say
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Hyundai of South Charlotte.

Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis said the clock tower looked smaller than the original plan, and asked if it actually was smaller. John Fryday assured Council the size was the same as before, no less. Mayor Pro Tem Davis then asked about benches near the sign/clock tower. She remembered there were benches there on the original plan. Mr. Morgan stated that he, too, was in favor of the benches around the clock than as they are now showing on the plan along the street. Mayor Pro Tem Davis stated that she liked the little coutyard that was around the clock on the original plan. Council Member Les Gladden asked if the tower could be made any larger. John Fryday said the clock tower was approximately thirteen feet tall, which Nick Berndt confirmed, adding that it was already at the height limit the town's ordinance allows.
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Mr. Morgan's biggest concem was that of the light levels indicated on the light plan and added that the brightness coming

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out of the lights was above what the town allowed. Mr. Bemdt stated he was expecting a revised, lowered light plan that he will send to Mr. Morgan as soon as he got it. Director Morgan suggested extending them out closer to the road and to

come back with new light level plans and they would be ready for a public hearing. D. Approval of the minutes from the May 26, 2020 Work Session Meeting: Council Member Les Gladden made a motion to approve the minutes from the 5/26/2020 Work Session. Council Member Joe Maxim seconded the motion and there were ayes by all to approve the minutes of 5/26/2020. E. Budget Amendments for FY 19-20 Budget: Finance Director, Richard Dixon, joined the meeting at this time and responded to questions regarding the final budget amendments for FYI 9-20. Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Davis asked if the M R vehicle was on a calendar year or a fiscal year. Mr. Dixon replied that it was the entire fiscal year. Council Member Les Gladden asked about the section where additional funds had to be added. Mr. Dixon stated that it was for legal expenses related to the real estate issues with Norfolk Southern Railroad, including the purchase of property.
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Hearing no further questions or comments, Council Member Joe Maxim made a motion to accept the budget amendment and Council Member Amelia Stinson-Wesley seconded the motion. There were ayes by all and the motion passed.

F. Lobby Door and Heating System at New Town Hall - Town Manager, Ryan Spitzer, discussed the new Town Hall stating that the second floor entrance to the Town Hall would not be secure after office hours. He reviewed different options with Council on resolving the issue. Council Member Les Gladden commented that he would like to have the stairs blocked off after hours. Mayor Pro Tem, Melissa Davis, would also like to see them blocked off but to look nice as well. Different types of doors and gates were discussed but Council wanted to see the options. Mr. Spitzer will have the architects work up some different options to present to Council. Manager Spitzer spoke of the heating system options for the new Town Hall. There are two alternatives. Alternative number two is more expensive than altemative number one. Anything beyond Altemative number two is not worth the expense. Consensus of Council was to go with Option number two. Planning and Zoning Director, Travis Morgan, said the new Welcome to Pineville sign would be quite a bit more expensive than originally anticipated. He obtained an estimate for the cost of a brick sign which totaled more than 23,000. He had forgotten to bring it up during the Hydundai discussion. Council Work Session of June 22, 2020 Page 3

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A
discussion regarding whether wearing face masks would become mandatory took place. A meeting about it will be held on Wednesday. Recommendations from the County Manager will be brought back to the rest of us while a consensus of

different Councils around Mecklenburg County would be taken.

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Mayor Edwards stated that if any Council Members wanted to discuss the length of the Council Meetings, to call him to

discuss the issue. Manager Spitzer advised that he will submit reimbursement requests for Covid-19 expenditures to FEMA. Whatever FEMA didn't cover he would submit to the County for reimbursement. ATTEST:

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Barbara Monticello, Town Clerk

Council Work Session of June 22, 2020 Jack Edwards, Mayor CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS
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a) Finance Report as of 6/30/2020

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Town of Pineville

Budget vs. Actual

6/30/2020 Revenues Property Tax Prepared Food Tax Room Occupancy Franchise Tax Sales Tax Storm Water Powell Bill

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Other

Appropriated F/B - Restricted Police Appropriated F/B Cultural and Tourism Total
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Expenditures Governing Board Administration

Human Resources Zoning Police Fire

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Public Works Storm Water

Powell Bill Sanitation Recreation
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Cultural/Tourism

Cemetery Contingency Total Budget 8,166,295 742,000 610,000 405,000 180,000 1,207,815 517,000 88,185 14,596,295 296,500 2,611,112 201,083 368,222 5,296,789 1,034,100 764,059 431,375 899,569 600,000 592,578 4,000 56,723 14,596,295 Actual 8,400,113 468,809 1,648,388 357,908 208,401 1,515,832 517,000 88,185 260,465 151,119 309,764 5,153,365 960,780 718,572 329,018 208,155 527,961 480,164 1,322,726 5,172.00 of Budget 102.86 100.74 76.85 100.13 99.90 88.37 115.78 125.50 100.00 100.00 102.65 87.85 86.61 75.15 84.12 97.29 92.91 94.05 76.27 23.14 87.99 81.03 91.84 129.30 0.00 86.93 Revenues Electric Expenditures Administration Billing Support Purchased electricity Operations and Maintenance Total
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Town of Pineville

Electric 6/30/20 Budget 14,438,143 488,739 143 Actual 496,940 of Budget 88.95 101.68 88.57 42.47 72.78
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Town of Pineville

ILEC Telephone Fund

6/30/2020 Revenues Revenues Telephone Reserves Total Revenue Expenditures Operating Transfer Out
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Operating Expenses Plant under Construction

Total Budget 1,464,345 2,674,795 357,749 1,266,996 1,050,050 2,674,795 of BudgetActual 1,456,511 357,749 1,119,935 408,227 1,885,911 99.47 100.00 99.71 100.00 88.39 38.88 70.51

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Town of Pineville

CLEC Telephone Fund

6/30/2020 Revenues Revenue
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Transfer from II-EC

Total Expenditures

Operating Expenses Plant under Construction

Total Budget 357,749 1,391,353 1,255,953 135,400 1,391,353 Actual 357,749 1,467,996 1,440,857 58,476 of Budget 107.42 100.00 105.51 114.72 43.19 107.76 Town Of Pineville Johnston Road Realignment 6130120 Road Realignment Revenue DOT grant Transfer from Fund Balance Total Road Realignment Revenue

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Road Realignment Expense Land/BuiIding

Engineering Construction Total Road Realignment Expense FY17 FY18 731,228 74,089 805,317 FY19 6,586 47,278 53,863 FY20 84,216 84,216 Total Project 1,175,000 2,492,000 737,814 205,583 943,396 Project Budget 750,000 307,000 Public Hearing

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A) Patio Style Townhomes/Dorman Rd. B) Hyundai Dealership

Workshop Meeting Plnevllle ZONING To: From: Date: Re:
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Town Council

Travis Morgan 7/14/2020

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Proposed Senior Townhomes on Dorman Rd (Public Hearing/Action Item)

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UPDATE: Proposal has been updated from our last workshop in March with the following

1) Updated parking plan showing desi lated nearby parking spaced coded by letter 2) Notes on stormwater control. 3) Updated architecture and notes. 4) View into rear of units changed with units facing Dorman Rd. Arbors added. 5) Dumpster service clarification 6) Solid 6' wood or vinyl fencing confirmed along rear hill per Cottage HOA request BACKGROUND: Property was conditionally approved and master planned as part of the Laurels, Haven, and Cottages development. Original plan called for offce or community space of approximately 10,000 square feet. Applicant and Cottage residents support residential uses instead. Prior letter from Cottages HOA supports the request with fencing along the rear hill and county stormwater review and approval.
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PROPOSAL: Request is to reopen the prior conditional approved plan to allow age restricted senior townhomes on the site. Proposal is for 23 single story townhome units on the current vacant open geen.

DEVELOPN NT SUMMARY: Location: Acreage: Zoning:
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Number of Units:

Required Parking: Parking Provided: Sidewalks:
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13160 Dorman Road

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2.182 (see survey confirmation)

Existing: 0-1 (CD) Offce/lnstitutional. Proposed: 0-1 (CD)

23
29 spaces (Senior Housing = 1.25 each unit)

41 in parcel (plus adjacent allocated lettered B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K) (see parking diagram) 5'

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STAFF SUNMARY:

Staff supports the updates and clarifications. Acreage number varies between county record and survey. Survey is the official and legally binding so that is the corrected staff report acreage shown. Richard Carbonara of the Cottages HOA reached out expressing concern over stormwater. He had requested and an independent stormwater review and asked if calculations for roof pitch had been factored in. Roof pitch does not have an impact on the amount of rain falling from the sky. The square feet of impervious land area that the rain falls across does, and will be designed accordingly. Staff will have public works and engineering along with the county review the final plans per usual. The property has been designed and previously built for and additional 10,000 square feet of impervious area. The additional impervious developed area (above the 10,000 sqft) will be held and managed through underground detention so as not to exceed any additional runoff above current levels. The drainage system for this project will be inspected before any final occupancy release.

No additional detail provided

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Staff confirms the 6' solid wood or vinyl fence per Cottages HOA request. Staff supports our standard engineering reviews and process for consistency.

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Staff finds the proposal consistent with adopted plans. Property has an enclosed dumpster facility on applicants' site that can be expanded if needed. This dumpster is shared with Laurels and Havens currently with an increased pickup cycle if the proposal is approved. If there is a disagreement over shared dumpster location each property has the space to provide independent trash facilities. All other Town and County Standards apply.

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PROCEDURE: The request is for conditional zoning approval as senior housing is conditionally approved only in this zoning designation. This is also to revise the previous plans to remove the offce proposal in favor of the current residential one. This is the public hearing for Council to gain input from staff, public, and the applicant about the proposal. This meeting is to familiarize you with the applicant's request and to hear any public comment. This follows standard legislative approval process. There are no findings offacts needed. If you have all the information needed to make a decision you may; at your discretion, close the public hearing and make a vote.

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Payment Method: Submit to Ploming Department, 200 Dover Sle Pineville, NC 28134 (7041 689-2291 Fax (704) 889-2293 A iication Cash Check Credit Card Amount Zoning Application Note; Application will not be considered all required wbmittal eamponmts listed Appticant'g Name Applieantt* Matllng Address Pro ed information: Property Location: Property Owner's Moiling Address; Property Owner Name; c J _ Tax Map and Parcei Number: Which are ova I in (Cheek all 'hat a I ): Rezoning by Right Conditional Zoning X Existing Zoning' Conditional Rezonhg -X Date Paid
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Text Amendment

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Proposed Tex Change (Attach if needed)

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Patio Home Concept Plan

Typical Unit: 22' x 40'(880 SF/per unit) 23 Units Proposed A Existing Parking: 41 Spaces. Required spaces: 1.25/Per Unit - 29 Required A Setbacks from Zoning: 35' Front Yard at Dorman Road Side Yard: 30' Setback Rear Yard: 30' Setback Proposed TH Location - minimum 8' from Back of Curb All Sidewalks proposed are Five Feet (5') wide. Access into garden space to include decorative fencing and landscape to visually break the view into the rear of units from Dorman Road and parking areas (See page 3). Storm drainage for the property exists for approximately 10,000 SF office building. The new plan includes a program for underground stormwater detention using infiltration ditches using the EZ form from NCDEP and accommodating the Mecklenburg County Stormwater Ordinance for the Lower Little Sugar Watershed area. Property is served by Private Water System and Private Sewer System on site.

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Conditional Zoning Site Plan Amendment 1 of 3 Existing Zoning: 0-1 CD Mixed Use, Assisted Care, Office Proposed Site Plan amendment: Elderly Town Homes not to exceed 23 units Date: Last Revised 5.14.2020

New sidewalks proposed. Current on site trash

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disposal with fence gate installed.

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Proposed Elevations for Townhomes Existing Elevation picture in field is prototype. Foundations shall be slab on grade.

Existing Elevation picture has a side door with steps. Proposed elevations below designed with front access on grade for easy access for older adults. Porches framed with white picket railing and column supports to meet minimum height requiremtents.

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Variation of dormer elements vary from horizontal siding, vertical ship-lap, vinyl shake siding.

Cementious (fiber cement) siding shall be used on elevations below roof lines on front side and rear elevations. Windows to have grills, minimum top sash as shown on front elevation.
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Grading of the site may require shift in elevations necessary to accommodate topographic conditions. For units with three (3) units, roof shall vary at least one time; for units of four (4) or more, roof line shall vary at least twice; alternate roof line may be staggered up or down to accommodate this variation.

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Conditional Zoning Site Plan Amendment 2 of 3 Existing Zoning: 0-1 CD Mixed Use, Assisted Care, Office

Proposed Site Plan amendment: Elderly Town Homes not to exceed 23 units

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Date: Last Revised 5.14.2020

13160 Dorman Road, Pineville, NC 28134
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Owner: MIRSA 2, LLC - Tax Parcel No. 221-10-117, +1-2.12 acres

Petition for zoning change from Conditional Office use to Conditional Town Homes Patio Home Shared Parking Plan and Landscape Details Typical Unit: 22' x 40'(880 SF/per unit) 23 units proposed Existing Parking: 41 Spaces. Required spaces: 1.25/Unit (29)

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Setbacks from Zoning: 35' Front Yard at Dorman Road Side Yard: 30' Setback Rear Yard: 30' Setback

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Shared Easements of Record for project allow for cross parking and access for all parking areas.

No additional detail provided

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Proposed shading and lettering of units shows planned parking areas designated for individual units.

With approval of revised site plan for town homes on the parcel, specific easements to be placed 6-10 on specific spaces for future use by owners. 10 tan highlighted spaces (B-K) are shown on Parking Plan - for specific use by future residents. Units A, L and all others shall access spaces on the common property owned by the units.
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Spaces 1-5 and 6-10 (blue) (Ten total) are highlighted for use by adjoining property owners

Typical Trellis arbor (Labeled TA) at entrances of central garden space, to be combined with minimum 4' picket white fencing in keeping with pickets on front porch units (See Page 2). Access for Maintenance Equipment Access (Labeled MEA). New sidewalks proposed. CENTRAL GARDEN Current on site trash

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disposal with fence gate installed.

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Conditional Zoning Site Plan Amendment 3 of 3 Existing Zoning: 0-1 CD Mixed Use, Assisted Care, Office Proposed Site Plan amendment: Elderly Town Homes not to exceed 23 units Date: Last Revised 5.14.2020

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The Cottages at Carolina Place

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13030 Dorman Road

Pineville, NC 28134

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Mr. Travis Morgan, AICP

Planning Director, Town of Pineville P.O. Box 249

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200 Dover Street, Pineville, NC 28134

Re: Planned 23-unit Patio Home project on vacant land adjoining The Cottages at Carolina Place
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Mr. Morgan,

On November 14, 2018 at our regular Board Meeting for the community, we invited Mr. David Tibbals to share the proposal initially he communicated through our community manager, Ms. Bethany Totherow of Henderson Properties, back on October 15, 2018. At the meeting, Mr. Tibbals shared the concept plan for the project, showing the proposed units, the planned open courtyard, and proximity to The Cottages and seeking community support for the project. As the property has been vacant for 12 years, a positive use of the property for Patio Homes would be more acceptable than a restaurant or more intensive use. There was a good discussion with both the board and several residents attending the meeting who voiced their concerns and questions about the project. The following items highlight the concerns of the community and its conditional support for the plan:

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Fence separating the propertv: Currently there is only a partial fence and shrub hedge that separates the Laurels and The Haven's from the existing approximate ten-foot (10') high sloped elevation between the subject property and the Cottages. Members of our community have asked that a continuous fence be installed behind the proposed project protecting future residents of the proposed Patio Homes from accidentally accessing this slope and falling downhill into various individual homeowners' property in the Cottages.

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2.
Storm water: With recent rain storms, concerns were voiced about the planned project and whether there are adequate storm drainage systems to accommodate it. Mr. Tibbals shared that the design for storm systems only account for 10-year storm events. The recent rains appeared to produce temporary flooding and exceeded the systems design limits. Mr. Tibbals shared that the original master plan for the project was designed to handle the then current storm water regulations. As the project is in preliminary stages, Mr. Tibbals committed to a review of the full storm water plan for the community (The Haven's/Laurels and The Cottages), and prior to any final construction documents, engage a civil engineer to review and confirm the storm systems are compliant with the original design and are properly functioning and will accommodate this new development. The existing vacant site is 2.18 acres composed of +/- 1 acre of grassed land, the balance is paved with existing parking for this site, as well as circulation for the Haven's and Laurels. The proposed plan would add approximately 23K SF of (underh acre) of impervious area, under current the current scheme.

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In summary: Based on the preliminary plan submitted for 23 single-story attached Patio Homes surrounding a common courtyard; and based on satisfactory resolution of the two (2) items described above in the final plans, the community and board gives its conditional support to rezoning of this land for the proposed use.

Sincerely,
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W.
Anthony Dunn

President Home Owners Association Board of Directors To: From: Date: Re:

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Town Council

Travis Morgan 7/14/2020 Proposed Hyundai Car Dealership (Public Hearing/Action Item) UPDATE: Proposal has been updated from our last workshop with the following 1) 5,000 town sign compensation and comer sign rendering 2) Clarification on existing building facades not re-skinned to be painted 3) Lighting plan with foot-candle measurements (This has been updated and staff supports) 4) 5 front display cars as shown and 4-foot-tall parking lot screening shrubs 5) Payment in lieu option for Cadillac road work 6) Benches and landscaping added back to corner sign element

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BACKGROUND: You may recall the 10518 Cadillac property adjacent to 1-485 and Pineville Road from prior dealership proposals: Hyundai June 2017 and Mercedes October 2018. Previously approved new Mercedes was abandoned in favor of improvements at the existing Mercedes facility due to expense and bad soil. Applicants would like to reapprove a similar Hyundai dealership proposal. Automobile dealerships are conditionally approved only in the B-4 zoning district.

PROPOSAL: Same applicants as prior Hyundai. John Fryday on behalf of IT of I--IY Pineville Property LLC and Nick Berndt of AMSI request your consideration of a Hyundai new car dealership. Proposal is similar to 2017 proposal. Highlighted changes are a smaller proposal 40,000 square feet with traffic study allowance of up to 44,000 square feet down from up to 55,000, more detail on clock tower placement and relocated Pineville Welcome sign due to grading, use of dryvit newbrick cladding to reskin metal warehouse (see sample material), and larger concrete plaza by the dealership front door. DEVELOPNfENT SUNMARY: Location: Acreage: Square footages: Employment: 10518 Cadillac 11.22 acres (minimum 4 acres) 44,000 per TIA (40,000 shown plus I ,200 car wash) (28,000 minimum) 75,000 (existing remaining warehouse) *Note: 55,000 is a plan typo 60 people (stated from prior)
Tagged Interests: road, facility, zoning, cell tower, Cell tower, transportation, employment, property, grading, and traffic

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Parking Provided:

Sidewalks: Height: Traffic: STAFF SUNMARY: Parking met. 519+/- total provided 45 front 'customer only' parking spaces.
Tagged Interests: streets, Pedestrian, traffic, and parking

10' sidewalk along Pineville Road, 5' sidewalk along Cadillac Street

approx. 26-28' Additional right turn in pavement for tum radius on Pineville Rd repave and restripe Cadillac for 3 lanes with center 100' minimum car stacking. Staff would note the updates and clarification to the plans. Staffrecommends required staff approval for landscape items especially the 4' evergreen screening shrubs to be hollies or similar durable approved selection. New lighting plan has been submitted and is much improved. It is in harmony with our ordinance and other approved dealerships. All standard town and county requirements apply.

Tagged Interests: pavement, road, ordinance, streets, buildings and grounds, Pedestrian, and selection

Staff notes the Pineville Welcome sign details and placement are subject to Council approval. Staff finds the proposal consistent with our plans and policies and supports the proposal.

PROCEDURE: This is the public hearing for Council to gain input from staff, public, and the applicant about the proposal. This meeting is to familiarize you with the applicant's request and to hear any public comment. This follows standard legislative approval process. There are no findings of facts needed. If you have all the information needed to make a decision you may; at your discretion, close the public hearing and make a vote.
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Tagged Interests: business and economic development

Consideration of Approval for Wavier Agreements sent by Electricities

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Discussion of County Resolution

Budget Amendment

Staff Update Memorandum Plnevllle PLANNING ZONING To: From: Date: Re:

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Town Council

Travis Morgan 7/14/2020

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Carolina logistics Park - Beacon Development (Action Item)

PLAN UPDATES: Development proposal has been clarified with additional architectural notes and example facades for all buildings (see attached color coded and lettered elevation types). Note: primary corner building (2) left end on the fagade has been simplified with reduced overhangs. Other ordinance standards such as no mechanical/hvac systems in the front yard apply particularly for buildings 2 and 3. Rooftop units will be similarly screened as noted in the updated and expanded architecture notes.

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, ordinance, development, parks, and Development

Adjacent property owners: Agreement with Kimbrell's an agreement has been reached. Installment of landscape and fencing buffers has been settled at 39,600. Kimbrell's prefer Beacon to do the installation but Beacon prefers to help locate contractors to do the work for liability factors. Agreement with the Hammond's has not been reached. Proposal is for similar landscape and wood fencing with another driveway access and requested gates to the amount of 104,073.

Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, property, and buildings and grounds

PROPOSAL: Proposal is to combine the below parcels into a unified zoning and development area for general warehouse/disfribution/offce use. All parcels are currently zoned General Industrial (G-I) currently with the exception of the 6 smaller R-7 residential properties along Downs Road. These 6 would need to be rezoned to match the conditional plan zoning. Due to the size of the development and the rezoning, proposed zoning would be General Industrial Conditional Development (G-I CD) that is conditionally approved by you as Town Council.

DEVELOPN NT SUNNARY: Properties: (acres) Acreage: Square footages: Typical Breakdown: Parking Minimum:

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10.918 Redtail 1.26 Miller

46.5 Miller 34.09 Miller

53.68 Harley 81.5 Harley 1.81 Harley 2.675 Harley

2.05 Harley .753 Harley 2 Darnell .845 Fisher

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Whiteside 1.005 Whiteside .828 Harley

240.914 Total acreage shown for parcels above

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80.67 Warehouse 12.45 Production space 6.88 omce

Ordinance 1 space per 4000 for warehouse 1 space per 350 for office
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Downs Road and Site Access A

50'

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See new revised TIA study. Phase 1 improvements are the Downs and Connector road improvement lanes as shown. Phase 2 is the access point C the driveway access closest to Jason's Deli distribution to the North. Summary of improvements:

Construct a northbound Downs Road left turn lane (200 feet of storage length and the appropriate taper). Construct a two-way left turn lane along Downs Road between Access A and the Empire site's driveway. Construct a southbound Downs Road right turn lane (100 feet of storage length and the appropriate taper).
Tagged Interests: road and streets

Consfruct Access A with one ingress lane and two egress lanes (left and right lane); provide 100 feet of storage and the appropriate taper for the left turn lane.

Provide 100 feet of internal protected stem length measured from the right-of-way to the first crossing or left-turning conflict. Nations Ford Road and Site Access B Construct a southbound Nations Ford Road left turn lane (200 feet of storage length and the appropriate taper). Construct a northbound Nations Ford Road right turn lane (100 feet of storage length and the appropriate taper). Construct Access B with one ingress lane and two egress lanes (left and right lane); provide 100 feet of storage and the appropriate taper for the left turn lane. Provide 100 feet of internal protected stem length measured from the right-of-way to the first crossing or left-turning conflict. Nations Ford Road and Site Access C Construct a southbound Nations Ford Road left tum lane (200 feet of storage length and the appropriate taper). Construct a northbound Nations Ford Road right turn lane (100 feet of storage length and the appropriate taper). Construct Access B with one ingress lane and two egress lanes (left and right lane); provide 100 feet of storage and the appropriate taper for the left turn lane. Provide 100 feet of internal protected stem length measured from the right-of-way to the first crossing or left-turning conflict.

Tagged Interests: right of way, road, streets, STEM, and RIGHT OF WAY

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*Number below level of service (LOS) is seconds of delay.

Capacity Analysis NC 51 and Downs Road (Page 28) Staff notes level of service change for Southbound (SD) movement being the most change in second delay and LOS B to C. This could help to encourage more use of Nations Ford as preferred route however. No improvements warranted per traffic engineer see no build scenario vsfull build scenario delay difference between 2026 no build scenario and full build overall shown at 1.7 seconds. Table 6: Anal s Summa of NC 51 and Downs Road WEEKDAY AM PEAK HOUR
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LEVEL OF SERVICE

WEEKDAY PM PEAK HOUR

LEVEL OF SERVICEANALYSIS SCENARIO

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(9.6) A (9.3) c (225)

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(10.9) B (10.7) c (24.3)

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(120) B (11.5) c (252)

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(11B) B (11.6) c (25.6)

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026) B 022) c (26.4)

Overall LOS (Delay) B (10S) (11.9) B (12.9) (12-8) B (13.6) Approach LOS (Delay)

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(14.9) B (19.2) c (275)

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(18.0) C (22B) c (29.0)

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(19.4) c (23.7) c (29.3)

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(19.5) c (243) c (302)

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(21.4) c (26.1) c (312)

Overall LOS (Delay) B (19.8) c (22.7) c (23.7) c (24.2) c (25.9)

Downs Road and Access A (Pages 29 30) Improvements as recommended above for the access point itself.

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Table 7: Analysis Summary of Downs Road and Access A

WEEKDAY AM PEAK HOUR
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LEVEL OF SERVICE

WEEKDAY PM PEAK HOUR

LEVEL OF SERVICEANALYSIS SCENARIO

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Improvements 2026 Full Build

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