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Regular Town Council Meeting

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Town of James Island, Regular Town Council Meeting

Notice of this meeting was published and posted in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act and the requirements of the Town of James Island. Members of the public addressing Council during the Public Comment period must sign in. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. Social Distancing will be adhered. Face Masks are recommended.

The Town invites the public to provide comments prior to its Town Council meeting. Please email your comments to info@jamesislandsc.us . Comments may also be mailed to P.O. Box 12240, Charleston, SC 29422 or placed inside the drop box outside of Town Hall. Strict adherence will be given to social distancing.
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Opening Exercises

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Public Hearing: Ordinance 2020-08: An Ordinance to Establish Rental Fees for Pinckney Park Pavilion

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Public Hearing: Ordinance 2020-09: An Ordinance to Establish Stormwater Fees

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Public Comment

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Consent Agenda:

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a.
Minutes: June 18, 2020 Regular Town Council Meeting

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Minutes: June 29, 2020 Special Town Council Meeting

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Minutes; July 6, 2020 Special Town Council Meeting

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Information Reports:

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Finance Report

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Administrator s Report

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c.
Public Works Report

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d.
Island Sheriffs Patrol Report

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5.
Requests for Approval:

Regatta Rd. Sidewalk Construction Documents, Permitting and Bidding Sinkhole Repair on Regatta Scope Fee for Hazard Mitigation Project

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IGA between Town, City, County, Folly Beach for Rethink Folly Rd. Program Mgr.

Scope Fee from Toole Design Group for Rethink Folly Rd. Project Mgr.
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Award of RFP 3-2020 for Professional Auditing Services

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Survey of Stormwater System for Bradford Ave. to Folly Rd. to Yorktown Canal

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Committee Reports:

Land Use Committee Environment and Beautification Committee Children s Committee Public Safety Committee History Committee

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Nominations to History Council

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Rethink Folly Road Committee Drainage Committee

Business Development Committee Trees Advisory Committee Nomination to Tree Advisory Council James Island Intergovernmental Council

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Proclamations and Resolution:

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Emergency Ordinances:

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E-03-2020 Emergency Ordinance Pertaining to Electronic Meetings: Amended to Expire July 16

9. Ordinances up for Second/Final Reading: Ordinance 2020-07: Approving Agreement and Cost Share with the James Island PSD

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Ordinance 2020-08: An Ordinance to Establish Fees for Pinckney Park Pavilion

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Ordinance 2020-09: An Ordinance to Establish Stormwater Fees

10. Ordinances up for First Reading: Ordinance 2020-10: Electronic Meetings

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New Business:

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Executive Session: The Town Council will/may enter into an Executive Session in accordance with 30-4-70(a) Code of Laws of South Carolina. Upon returning to Open Session, Council may act on matters discussed in

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Executive Session.

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13. Return to Regular Session:

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Announcements/Closing Comments:

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Adjournment

This Town Council meeting will be live-streamed on the Town s YouTube channel, link found at: http://www.iamesislandsc.us/videos-and-meeting-archive

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The Town of James Island held its regularly scheduled meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall,

1122 Dills Bluff Road, James Island, SC on Thursday, June 18, 2020. The following

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Councilmembers were present: Boles, Mignano, Milliken, Mullinax, and Mayor Woolsey, who

presided. Also, Town Administrator, Ashley Kellahan, Public Works Director, Mark Johnson, Island Sheriffs Patrol, Sgt. Shawn James, Town Attorney, Bonum S. Wilson, and Town Clerk,

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Frances Simmons. A quorum was present to conduct business.

This meeting was held in compliance with the Freedom of Information Act and the requirements of the Town of James Island. Opening Exercises: Mayor Woolsey called the meeting to order. Councilwoman Mignano led Council in prayer and followed with the Pledge of Allegiance.

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Public Hearing: Ordinance 2020-05: Draft FY 2020-2021 Annual Budget for the Town of James

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Island: Mayor Woolsey opened the Public Hearing. No one signed in to speak and the hearing was

closed. A point of order was called to add Public Comments to the agenda inadvertently left off of the agenda. Public Comments: Mark Teseniar, 467 Ft. Johnson Road. Mr. Teseniar said he lives adjacent to Pinckney Park. He thanked Council for their service and the work done at Pinckney Park. He said in opening of the Pavilion, he would like to see it open three (3) days a week; nature trails; and benches and picnic tables scattered throughout the park. Since he lives next to the Park, lights out at night with a motion sensor would be good. Consent Agenda:
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Minutes of May 21, 2020 Regular Town Council Meeting: Councilman Milliken moved for

approval of the Consent Agenda correcting an error under the Environment and Beautification

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Committee Report to reflect there were five (5) volunteers. Councilman Mullinax seconded and

the motion passed with the correction. Information Reports:

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Finance Report: Town Administrator, Ashley Kellahan, gave an overview of the Finance Report provided to Council. She added that salaries/fringes on the report highlighted are

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estimates due to a glitch in QuickBooks. Corrections, if any, will be made on next month s report.

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Administrator s Report: Mrs. Kellahan reviewed the Administrator s Report adding that invitations for bids have gone out for auditing services for the Town. Bids are due back by

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June 26. Councilman Boles has agreed to serve on the Evaluation Committee for selection

of a firm. Councilman Milliken asked about the number of permits issued in May for tree removals (20). Both Mrs. Kellahan and Mr. Johnson explained that people preparing for hurricane season want to take out trees that pose a danger to their property.

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Public Works Report: Public Works Director, Mark Johnson gave an overview of the Public Works Report. He also gave an update on the Supplemental Stormwater manual

standards tracking with the Town, City, and County. Councilwoman Mignano asked about

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the number of drainage easements needed for Seaside and Honeyhill. Mrs. Kellahan

answered 19 were received; 14 remains; for a total of 33. Councilman Milliken asked about
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training for GeothinQ for the Tree Advisory program. Mr. Johnson will coordinate the

training.

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Island Sheriffs Patrol Report: Sgt. James reviewed the Island Sheriffs Patrol Report and gave the crime statistics. He announced that Deputy Christopher King has been selected as

the full-time Deputy for the Town, working 8:30-4:30 Monday Friday. Requests for Approval: Concrete Slab for Pinckney Park Storage Shed: Mrs. Kellahan announced that three (3) estimates

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were received and recommended the award to Luis Concrete; low estimate of 10,820. Motion in

favor was made by Councilman Milliken, seconded by Councilman Mullinax. Mrs. Kellahan answered Councilwoman Mignano question about the slab and afterward the motion passed unanimously. Pinckney Park Rental Guidelines and Agreement: Mrs. Kellahan gave an overview of the guidelines for renting the Pavilion at Pinckney Park. She noted that the guidelines were mostly

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modeled after the shelter at James Island County Park. The hours of operation and general use by

the public was discussed. Motion in favor was made by Councilman Milliken, seconded by Councilwoman Mignano. Councilman Milliken asked that golf carts, ATVs and dirt bikes not be
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allowed on the trails. Oyster shells (oyster roasts) must be disposed of after the event and signage

posted to inform people. Councilman Milliken said he did not like the idea of alcohol use and asked that alcohol not be permitted. He further asked to consider use of the Pavilion on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and every other weekend to allow others use of the space. Councilman
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Milliken moved to amend the motion to prohibit the use of alcohol; Councilman Mullinax

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seconded. The amended motion passed 3-2; Mayor Woolsey and Councilwoman Mignano, voted

no.

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Councilman Milliken moved for the rental of the Pavilion to three (3) days a week: Monday,

Wednesday, and Friday and every other weekend; Councilman Mullinax seconded.

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Councilwoman Mignano discussed options for flexible use. Councilwoman Mignano moved to

amend Councilman Milliken s motion to restrict reservations to five (5) a week during weekdays. Councilman Milliken seconded and passed. This amended motion substitutes Councilman

Milliken s. Main motion passed with the amendments.

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Holiday Festival of Lights Sponsorship Renewal: Mrs. Kellahan presented for approval a two-year

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sponsorship for the Holiday Festival of Lights. Motion in favor was made by Councilman

Mullinax, seconded by Councilwoman Mignano, and passed unanimously. Tennent Street Outfall Device: Mrs. Kellahan presented for approval a replacement tide flex
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backflow device for Tennent Street. This device was installed years ago and is no longer

functional. A 8,615 quote was received from Red Valve Company for the replacement. Motion in favor was made by Councilman Milliken, seconded by Councilman Mullinax. Mr. Johnson answered Councilman Milliken s question about the location of a ditch on the attached drawing. Motion passed unanimously.
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Speed Hump Installation Contract: Mrs. Kellahan reported that three (3) bids were received on

June 9 for the installation of 17 speed humps with the associated signage. The low bid was received
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from Truluck Roadway Services for 104,975. Speed Humps will be installed in Clearview,

Eastwood, Stiles Drive, Jerdone, and Schooner Road. Motion in favor was made by Councilman Mullinax, seconded by Councilwoman Mignano and passed 4-1; Councilman Boles voted no. Committee Reports: Land Use Committee: No report. Environment and Beautification Committee: Councilman Milliken reported that a gorilla litter
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pickup was held on Saturday, May 30 on Riverland Drive. Seven (7) volunteers participated and

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picked up 23 bags of litter. He thanked Sgt. James for helping with traffic control. An Adopt-A-

Highway litter pick up will be held on Saturday, June 20 from 8-10 a.m. Volunteers are to meet at the Town Hall for assignments. Supplies will be place on the porch. Social distancing will be adhered and masks are recommended. Children s Committee: No report. Public Safety Committee: No report. History Committee: Mayor Woolsey announced that the History Council met on June 2 for its regularly scheduled meeting. Nominations to History Council: Mayor Woolsey moved for the nomination of Inez Brown-Crouch to serve on the History Council; Councilman Mullinax seconded and passed unanimously. Councilman Milliken asked that appointment terms are added on the website.
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Rethink Folly Road Committee: No report.

Drainage Committee: No report. Business Development Committee: Councilman Boles announced he is working with Mrs. Kellahan on developing a spreadsheet of James Island businesses and hopes to have a meeting soon. Trees Advisory Committee: Councilman Milliken said the Trees Advisory Council met on June 9. James Island has earned recognition as a 2019 Tree City USA. The Tree City USA Program is sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation in partnership with the US Forest Service and the National

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Association of State Foresters. He thanked Mrs. Kellahan, Mrs. Crane (Planning Director), and the

Trees Advisory Council for their support in the application process. A celebration will be held in with the annual Arbor Day recognition in December. The Trees Advisory Council is working on information resources for planting trees. A program will be developed to award citizens that have exemplary trees (such as yard of the month). James Island Intergovernmental Council: Mayor Woolsey announced that an in-person meeting
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will be held on July 22 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall.

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Proclamations and Resolutions:

Amending Resolution 2019-22: Correcting Name to Tree Advisory Council and Add Two At- large Members: Councilman Milliken said this Resolution corrects the name to Tree Advisory

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Council from Tree Advisory Committee ; it also adds two At-large members appointed by the Chair. Motion in favor was made by Councilman Milliken, seconded by Councilman Mullinax,

and passed unanimously. Emergency Ordinances: E-01-2020 Pertaining to Electronic Meetings: Superseded by E-03-2020 Amended to Expire June 18: Councilman Milliken moved to extend the Emergency Ordinance to July 16 due to the number of COVID-19 cases still increasing. He said it is better to err on the side of caution and go back to having electronic meetings. Councilman Boles seconded. Councilman Boles asked the possibility
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of having Councilmembers at the Town Hall via Zoom. Mayor Woolsey said that would be

challenging because of the feedback with everyone on that platform using their computers.

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Councilman Boles moved to amend the motion to include attendance at meetings by the electronic

of choice. Mayor Woolsey noted that this option is in the Ordinance and the motion was

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withdrawn. Motion to extend Emergency Ordinance E-3-2020 to July 16 passed unanimously.

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E-02-2020 Pertaining to Hospitality, Plastics, Playground Equipment, Water Fountains,

Restrooms. Amended to Expire June 18: Councilman Milliken moved to extend the Emergency

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Ordinance to July 16 for determination; Councilman Mullinax seconded. Mayor Woolsey spoke

that it is time to collect Hospitality Taxes. He said the County has begun collections and the City has begun regulating plastic use. He is not in favor of extending the Ordinance. Councilwoman Mignano spoke in favor of using the playgrounds and restrooms with increased sanitation options
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available to the public. Mrs. Kellahan spoke in favor of collecting Town Hospitality Taxes. She

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said most of our businesses are remitting and concerned that those that are not would be further

behind. Councilmen Milliken and Boles voted yes for the extension; Councilmembers Mignano, Mullinax, and Mayor Woolsey voted no. Motion to extend Emergency Ordinance E-02-2020 failed. As of June 19 the Town s park facilities are open to the public.

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E-05-2020 Acceptance of Applications Requiring Public Hearings: Expired June 15. No action

taken. Ordinances up for Second/Final Reading: Ordinance 2020-06: Draft FY 2020-2021 Annual Budget for the Town of James Island: Motion for adoption of the budget was made by Councilman Mullinax, seconded by Councilman Milliken. Councilman Milliken asked the difference in total expenditures in May s draft budget vs. this version; to which Mrs. Kellahan responded that the additional savings shown in the revised draft

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budget are 157,620, and the difference of 25,679 is reflected in the increase of that amount in

the transfer from the unencumbered fund balance. Councilman Boles had several questions regarding the Cost Sharing with the James Island PSD and Mayor Woolsey gave explanation that the expenditures are used for the general fund for fire protection and solid waste services. Councilman Boles asked the City s share and whether the Town is on an equal footing cost wise to which Mayor Woolsey explained. Councilwoman Mignano asked that the Repair Care Program not decrease because it helps our citizens. She then moved to amend the budget to add 10,000 to

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Repair Care taken from the Fund Balance. Councilman Mullinax seconded, and passed

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unanimously. Mrs. Kellahan answered Councilman Milliken s questions regarding hospitality tax revenue; transfer amount of 330,610, Santee Street Parking expenditure, and staff cost sharing

for Rethink Folly. After discussion, the motion to approve the FY 2020-2021 Annual Budget passed unanimously as amended. Ordinances up for First Reading: Ordinance 2020-07 Approving Agreement and Cost Share with the James Island PSD: Mayor
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Woolsey introduced the Ordinance commenting that Attorney Pope Flynn recommends that each

year the Town pass an Ordinance for its cost share with the James Island PSD to authorize tax credits for fire services and solid waste. Under the Ordinance, the annual cost share for this fiscal year is 900,000 and an annual administrative fee of 1 of the amount of the annual cost share of 9,000. Motion in favor was made by Councilman Mullinax, seconded by Mayor Woolsey.
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Councilman Boles asked if the 1 administrative fee had to be paid and Mayor Woolsey explained

that if it is not, the Ordinance would have to be amended. As discussion ensued Councilman Boles spoke regarding disposing of the fee and moved to amend the Ordinance that the 1 administrative not be paid. Councilman Milliken seconded. Mayor Woolsey explained the deadline involved in

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passage of the Ordinance and suggested that Councilman Boles speak with PSD Chair Engelman

about the concerns he has with the administrative fee. Mayor Woolsey further explained that the
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cost sharing agreement benefits the citizens of the Town, not the PSD. He asked that the Ordinance

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not be amended. Mayor Wooley also said he would speak with Chief Seabolt and share the

concerns brought forth. Councilman Milliken asked if Council could defer a decision until the

Mayor speaks with Chief Seabolt. He then moved to defer, seconded by Councilman Boles. Mayor
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Woolsey said the benefits our citizens receive are far worth the 1 fee. He said if the Ordinance

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is deferred the first reading would be in July, the second in August, then to the PSD for their

ordinance and two readings and we would pass the deadline. Councilman Mullinax expressed
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similar concerns to pass first reading tonight. After discussion, the motion to defer passed with

Councilmembers Boles, Mignano, and Milliken voting yes; Councilman Mullinax and Mayor Woolsey voted no.

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Ordinance 2020-08: An Ordinance to Establish Rental Fees for Pinckney Park Pavilion: Mrs.

Kellahan spoke in regard to refunding deposits. She said refunds would be difficult to enforce since staff does not work on weekends and not be able to inspect the Pavilion before and after events. Councilwoman Mignano suggested taking before/after pictures as an option. Mayor

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Woolsey moved to amend the Ordinance to delete the refundable deposit and charge a flat fee of

150.00; Councilman Boles seconded, and the Ordinance passed unanimously as amended.

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Councilman Milliken was informed that the appropriate forms contain legal language that covers

damages. A public hearing will be held at the July Council meeting.

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Ordinance 2020-09: An Ordinance to Establish Stormwater Fees: Motion in favor was made by

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Councilman Milliken, seconded by Councilwoman Mignano. Mrs. Kellahan gave an overview of

the fees and that the Ordinance mirrors that of Charleston County. Motion passed unanimously. A

public hearing will be held at the July Council meeting. New Business: None Executive Session: Not needed.

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Announcements/Closing Comments: Councilman Milliken commented about the empty wall

space in Council Chambers and asked to place on the July Council agenda request for a photo

display of former Mayors and members of Council.

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Mayor Woolsey brought up the cost sharing agreement with the PSD. He said with Council s deferral, it means a First Reading in July; the second in August, then to the PSD for their readings

and our deadline would be missed. He said passing the First Reading and then making changes at the Second Reading could be done before it is brought before the PSD. Councilman Boles and

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Mayor Woolsey again discussed the 1 administrative fee. Councilman Boles noted that 9,000

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could clean a lot of ditches. Mayor Woolsey told Councilman Boles that he wished he brought

questions and concerns about the fee before tonight s meeting. After further discussion, Councilman Boles offered that a motion be made to reconsider the deferral. Mayor Woolsey moved to reconsider the decision to defer First Reading of Ordinance 2020-07; Councilman Mullinax seconded. Councilman Boles retracted his vote to add to the Mayor s for First Reading. Motion to reconsider passed; Councilman Milliken voted no. First Reading of Ordinance 2020- 07 passed; Councilman Milliken voted no. Mayor Woolsey thanked Councilman Boles for reconsidering.
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Adjournment: There being no further business to come before the body, the meeting adjourned at

8:45 p.m. Respectfully submitted: Frances Simmons Town Clerk

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Town of James Island

Special Meeting The Town of James Island held a Special Meeting on Monday, June 29, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. by virtual platform (Zoom) at the Town Hall, 1122 Dills Bluff Road. The following Councilmembers were present: Dan Boles, Dr. Cynthia Mignano, Garrett Milliken, and Mayor Bill Woolsey presided. Absent: Councilman Darren Troy Mullinax. Also: Town Administrator, Ashley Kellahan, Town Attorney, Bonum S. Wilson, and Town Clerk, Frances Simmons. A quorum was present to conduct business. In compliance with the Freedom of Information Act and the requirements of the Town of James Island,
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members of the public were provided a link for the proceedings of the meeting.

Mayor Woolsey called the meeting to order and the Town Clerk called the roll. Councilmembers were reminded to introduce themselves before discussion.

Emergency Ordinance E-06-2020: Emergency Ordinance Requiring Persons to Wear Face Coverings in

Certain Circumstances in the Town of James Island to Reduce Rick of Exposure to COVID-19 during the Public Health Emergency and Recovery

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Mayor Woolsey moved for the adoption of the amended version sent to Council; Councilman Boles

seconded. Councilman Milliken said he felt that the first draft ordinance had stronger language with respect to items 1 and 2 on page 2. He said it changed to the Town recommending, and he would like to see that stricken and go back to the original stronger version that face coverings must be worn while inside a

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building or vehicle. He thinks this is stronger language and it does not send mixed messages for

recommendation vs. something that we must do. He said this would apply to 1 and 2. Under 1 the word must, would be reaffirmed and strike the word should under 2. Councilman Milliken moved with that as
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an amendment and Councilman Boles seconded.

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Mayor Woolsey explained that the 2nd item in the Ordinance that is before Council was not included in the

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first, so the recommendation that businesses adopt a policy requiring face coverings was not included. In

the City s ordinance their 2 is similar to our 3 that contains must in the document.
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Councilwoman Mignano asked when the ordinance expires; Mayor Woolsey said the version before

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Councilwoman Mignano asked how the Ordinance would be enforced. Mayor Woolsey said the way the

language is written, enforcement would be done by our Code Enforcement Officer. He said this is the reason he does not support Councilman Milliken s amendment, making it a requirement on individual citizens to

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wear face coverings because there is no practical way that our Code Enforcement Officer can enforce it. He

said the Sheriffs Office would not enforce a face covering ordinance in the Town and it would be a tremendous burden on our one Code Enforcement Officer to enforce face coverings on individual citizens. Mayor Woolsey addressed the second issue saying it is premature at this time for businesses to adopt a
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policy of no mask; no service and we need to explore this more. He suggested at the next Town Council

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meeting if we find that businesses are not following the recommendations and have not adopted a policy

we can make a policy of no service without face covering. Mayor Woolsey reiterated that he does not

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support the amendment and the recommendation applying to individuals is not the right approach. He said

the ordinance would require businesses with employees in contact with the public to wear face coverings and believes our Code Enforcement Officer could enforce that.

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Councilman Boles pointed out with the expiration date being as quick as it is, he does not see the harm in

having everyone wear face coverings until July 17; and then look at public input. To him, the purpose is a
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matter of public safety and does not see half-way implementing a public safety measure; we should do all

or nothing. Further, Councilman Boles said he has gotten many emails from people and businesses in
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support of face coverings. He believes the amendment is a good idea in taking a stand to err on the side of

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caution to the July Council meeting.

Councilman Milliken spoke in agreement with Councilman Boles. He said we are in an exponential increase and the curve is not flattening; unless we change our behavior a lot of people will die. He shared information from the New England Journal of Science on how we can reverse the trend and begin to flatten the curve by wearing face coverings.
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Councilwoman Mignano talked about the protection of our citizens but does not think having an ordinance

that is unenforceable is effective. Councilman Boles added by asking people to wear face coverings in public for three weeks is a small thing for public health. Mayor Woolsey reiterated businesses adopting a policy and require their employees in contact with the public to wear face coverings. Councilman Milliken commented that people want to feel safe when they go to a business establishment and face coverings helps reduce the likeliness of spreading the virus. Mayor Woolsey said if the amendment passes the town would

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be different from all of the other municipalities.

After discussion, the vote was called on the amendment proposed by Councilman Milliken to change that

the Town recommends people to wear face covering to require; and change recommend business adopt a policy to require the wearing of face coverings.
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Vote on Amendment

Councilman Boles Yes Councilwoman Mignano No Councilman Milliken Yes Mayor Woolsey No Amendment Failed

Vote on Ordinance as Proposed

Councilman Boles Yes Councilwoman Mignano Yes Councilman Milliken Yes Mayor Woolsey Yes Passed Unanimously There being no further business to come before the body, the meeting adjourned at 4:42 p.m. Respectfully submitted Frances Simmons Town Clerk

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Town of James Island

Special Meeting The Town of James Island held a Special Meeting on Monday, July 6, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. by virtual platform

(Zoom) at the Town Hall, 1122 Dills Bluff Road. The following Councilmembers were present: Dan Boles,

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Dr. Cynthia Mignano, Garrett Milliken, Darren Troy Mullinax, and Mayor Bill Woolsey presided. Also:

Town Administrator, Ashley Kellahan, and Town Attorney, Bonum S. Wilson. A quorum was present to conduct business. In compliance with the Freedom of Information Act and the requirements of the Town of James Island,

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members of the public were provided a link to the proceedings of the meeting.

Mayor Woolsey called the meeting to order and Town Administrator Kellahan called the roll.
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Emergency Ordinance E-07-2020: Providing for Required Face Coverings in Public Places Due to the

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COVID-19 Virus, and Exceptions Thereto: Mayor Woolsey moved for the adoption of Emergency

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Ordinance E-07-2020 that would amend Emergency Ordinance E-06-2020. The motion was seconded by

Councilmembers Boles and Mullinax. The main change to the Town s face covering ordinance is that businesses are now required to make face coverings a mandatory condition of service, instead of a recommendation to do so. Councilman Boles briefly commented on Section 3 , D of the Ordinance as primary businesses in the

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Town are restaurants and bars, and Councilman Milliken asked that updated numbers be included. Mayor

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Woolsey said without objection that he would include that information from the Center of Disease Control

(CDC). There being no further business to come before the body, the meeting adjourned at 4:05 p.m. Transcribed by Frances Simmons Town Clerk FY Complete 100 Monthly Budget Report Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Fiscal Year 2019-2020 July August September October November December January February March April May June TOTAL BUDGET GENERAL FUND REVENUE Accommodations Tax 8,645 1,805 3,812 11,266 25,528 15,000

Tagged Interests: business, budget, accommodations tax, taxes, and Taxes

Brokers Insurance Tax 1,673 54 97 35,920 669,100 706,845 620,000

Building Permit Fees 791 2,835 649 1,716 518 1,017 654 903 1,227 1,095 11,406 15,000 Business Licenses 1,919 3,291 26,677 9,890 5,430 16,808 9,033 170,136 72,891 20,475 17,540 15,183 369,274 365,000 Contributions/Donations-Park
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, impact fee, business, taxes, Taxes, donation, Donation, transportation, insurance, parks, license, and business license

Grant Reimbursement 5,187

Franchise Fees 149,860 3,798 9,694 37,850 3,722 47,593 3,617 47,942 304,076 341,000 Interest Income 222 218 168 203 76 67 65 64 59 61 1,202 3,000 Alcohol Licenses -LOP 3,750 3,750 15,550 Local Assessment Fees 910 7 1,112 2,029 3,000 Local Option Sales Tax (PTCF) 99,785 98,191 95,467 85,061 182,461 186,679 79,275 66,619 893,538 1,025,000 Local Option Sales Tax (rev) 39,916 39,188 38,728 34,426 74,688 76,065 31,427 27,066 361,504 400,000

Tagged Interests: impact fee, alcohol, grant, sale, taxes, Taxes, license, and Local Option Sales Tax

Planning Zoning Fees 1,326 953 504 579 895 1,029 658 824 1,371 622 1,075 1,386 11,222 12,500

State Aid to Subdivisions 68,307 68,307 68,307 204,921 260,200 Telecommunications 14 18,423 18,437 30,000 153,327 18,466 170,340 153,309 227,369 227,084 339,549 222,574 359,959 25,675 297,866 Total 2,979,422 3,110,937 of Budget 96 4th Quarter
Tagged Interests: impact fee, planning, budget, Telecommunications, zoning, subdivision, and telecommunications

Town of James Island

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter

ADMINISTRATION Fringe Benefits 7,617 11,259 7,578 7,649 7,704 8,260 11,737 7,882 7,758 7,724 7,628 7,467 100,264 103,500 Copier 319 495 325 325 274 605 533 677 325 325 544 193 4,939 5,000 Supplies 338 232 740 1,187 1,952 670 495 417 731 177 65 276 7,280 6,600 Postage 296 3,678 469 300 514 8 300 8 246 5,819 6,000

Information Services 22,688 5,017 566 5,930 1,968 708 3,106 2,599 2,890 2,676 2,449 2,656 53,253 56,500

MASC Membership 5,341 5,341 5,500 Legal Services 4,308 7,551 3,838 11,525 900 240 8,390 5,155 9,940 6,593 58,439 58,500

Tagged Interests: legal and services

Town Codification 1,632 143 285 176 450 2,685 2,500

Advertising 51 103 20 71 22 2 4,742 53 5,065 5,000 Elections - Mileage Reimbursement 28 58 29 31 28 29 333 29 57 622 800 Bonding 350 (487) (54) (190) 2,150 Employee Training / Screening 90 90 850 Dues and Subcriptions 200 580 780 1,500 Training Travel 250 613 863 3,000

Tagged Interests: voting, travel, bond, election, advertising, and training

Employee Appreciation 53 1,172 55 540 29 21 540 50 90 33 2,582 3,900

Mobile Devices 73 182 74 244 74 176 158 190 74 122 206 175 1,748 2,300 Credit card (Square) 74 142 56 78 128 137 614

Bank Charges (Payroll Expenses) 201 126 135 138 147 209 240 163 251 251 250 209 2,321 2,000

51,924 84,748 42,523 40,811 50,972 68,604 53,154 19,540 49,558 41,331 32,285 Total 573,780 589,730 of Budget 97 ELECTED OFFICIALS Fringe Benefits 2,409 3,557 2,409 2,410 2,410 3,465 5,186 3,457 3,457 3,457 3,457 3,457 39,131 34,000 Mayor Expense 444 14 60 160 60 738 2,000 Mobile Devices 178 134 50 50 188 40 64 705 2,100 6,622 9,214 6,179 6,373 6,179 7,426 11,150 7,414 7,303 7,267 7,366 Total 89,789 92,100 of Budget 97 GENERAL OPERATIONS Fringe Benefits 8,996 13,120 8,975 8,985 8,915 9,387 13,841 9,207 9,172 9,039 8,970 9,229 117,837 128,360 34,774 49,319 34,513 34,403 33,832 38,382 51,640 33,858 34,003 33,870 33,801 Total 447,604 480,125 of Budget 93 PLANNING Supplies 26 174 37 25 262 600 Advertising 170 64 234 1,500 Mileage Reimbursement - 200 Dues and Subcriptions 267 267 1,040 Training Travel 300 300 1,800 Mobile Devices 55 28 37 38 37 37 28 37 37 37 37 37 444 660 Planning Commission 250 300 250 314 250 1,364 4,000 Board of Zoning Appeals 150 200 133 483 4,000 598 522 74 663 237 287 28 170 351 101 37 Total 3,353 14,300 of Budget 23 BUILDING INSPECTION Mileage Reimbursement - 500 Community Outreach - 500 Mobile Devices 55 55 55 76 66 66 66 65 65 65 65 65 763 660 Supplies 735 735 500

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, planning, boards and commissions, budget, travel, zoning, advertising, and training

Dues Subcriptions 10 190 218 (21) 397 800

Travel Training 50 90 125 265 1,800 55 105 145 86 66 66 256 925 283 65 65 Total 2,160 5,510 of Budget 39 PUBLIC WORKS

Tagged Interests: budget, travel, training, Public Works, and public works

Mileage Reimbursement (261) (261) 300

Training Travel 212 10 222 1,925 Public Outreach 500 Projects 330 5,824 39,340 8,743 1,951 4,197 4,589 10,341 2,095 3,532 4,247 3,774 88,964 95,800 Mobile Devices 91 83 93 43 537 (7) (67) (3) 92 92 92 92 1,138 1,200 Uniform / PPE 97 97 700 Supplies 930 931 48 1,015 95 279 483 1,669 295 1,207 194 7,146 5,500 Emergency Management 4,223 7,363 2,725 300 10,729 506 744 504 788 27,883 15,000 Dues and Subscriptions 425 Groundskeeping 3,555 7,319 541 17,359 336 3,991 4,436 11,672 10,390 10,778 2,141 9,092 81,609 90,000 4,907 18,478 47,384 30,096 2,957 8,180 19,967 22,493 14,752 15,441 8,191 Total 206,798 211,350 of Budget 98 CODES SAFETY

Tagged Interests: budget, travel, emergency, and training

Mileage Reimbursement (37) (37) 100

Equipment - 900 Radio Contract 342 342 342 1,026 1,400 Training - 1,000 Supplies 21 76 26 36 159 250

Tagged Interests: equipment, radio, contract, and training

Other Security 53 3,875 3,345 1,325 2,715 1,315 9,670 3,410 2,522 2,140 5,220 580 36,172 4,320

Tagged Interests: security

Sheriff's Office Contract 25,168 14,975 15,815 16,355 22,670 20,298 37,912 25,552 20,820 22,065 21,450 20,670 263,749 265,460

Deputy Fringes 7,012 4,187 4,403 4,528 6,270 5,592 10,277 6,920 5,638 5,976 5,810 5,606 72,219 73,950

Tagged Interests: contract and public safety

Unsafe Buildings Demolition - 20,000

Overgrown Lot Clearing 900 900 4,000 Animal Control 750 750 500

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, animal control, and demolition

Crime Watch Materials - 250

Mobile Devices 99 56 155

Tagged Interests: materials and crime

Membership/Dues 250

32,254 23,113 23,564 22,984 31,618 27,547 57,859 36,225 29,916 30,181 32,921 Total 375,093 372,630 of Budget 101 PARKS RECREATION JIRC Contribution 2,468 2,468 4,750 Pinckney Park 1,664 1,664 2,500 Special Events 912 1,981 (538) 1,908 4,262 10,000 Dock Street Park 986 986 1,500 Youth Sports Program 1,100 3,510 300 500 460 5,870 14,725
Tagged Interests: streets, budget, events, program, parks, boating, youth, sports, and recreation

- - 1,100 4,422 2,281 (538) 3,394 2,928 - - Total 15,250 33,475

of Budget 46 FACILITIES EQUIPMENT Security Monitoring 152 152 76 152 76 152 76 836 1,200 Janitorial 617 566 617 605 617 587 580 642 617 550 617 550 7,166 7,000
Tagged Interests: equipment, budget, and security

Equipment / Furniture 1,451 809 52 592 40 296 296 498 296 296 296 296 5,218 7,500

Facilities Maintenance 471 75 952 600 396 75 75 275 145 164 403 504 4,136 6,500 Vehicle Maintenance Expense 304 (746) 327 273 2,235 368 311 680 320 558 200 219 5,048 6,000
Tagged Interests: equipment

New Town Hall-Construction 11,884 11,884

Fees and Taxes 284 284 Generator Maintenance - 3,500 Street Lights 10,346 10,348 10,348 10,359 10,358 10,359 10,358 13,467 10,359 10,359 10,359 10,359 127,378 154,000 15,050 15,372 14,032 15,130 16,002 14,580 14,383 18,165 13,900 13,964 25,783 Total 190,609 213,900 of Budget 89 COMMUNITY SERVICES Repair Care Program 6,800 2,050 6,699 2,554 18,103 18,500 Teen Cert Program Drainage Committee 500 History Commission 1,782 1,782 1,800

Tagged Interests: impact fee, construction, boards and commissions, streets, budget, taxes, Taxes, services, program, streetscape, traffic, history, and stormwater

Neighborhood Council 568 39 63 669 1,500

Children's Commission 875 758 1,633 2,000 Community Service Contributions 30,000 20,000 2,000 52,000 52,000

Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, and neighborhood

568 39 30,875 6,800 3,832 63 6,699 758 20,000 Total 74,187 76,300

of Budget 97 CAPITAL PROJECTS INFRASTRUCTURE Quail Drive Sidewalk 61200 61200 61200
Tagged Interests: streets, budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, transportation, and Pedestrian

Dills Bluff Sidewalk Phase II 28340 20236 300 38227 972 88075 87270

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: streets and Pedestrian

Dills Bluff Sidewalk, Phase III IV 9500 6050 2800 18350 26500

Lighthouse Point Blvd Sidewalk and Drainge Phase I 0 55000 Regatta Road Sidewalk 7610 7610 17000 Town Hall - Second Floor 0 Town Hall Sidewalks to Hillman and to Camp 2800 2800 211500 Capital Improvement Projects 3985 3985 7970 100000 Seaside Lane Sidewalk 0 Traffic Calming Projects 3830 6085 9141 8010 8436 276 2433 4025 474 42709 30000

Tagged Interests: road, streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, Pedestrian, and traffic

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PARK IMPROVEMENTS

Pinckney Park 2576 150 -4858 5300 158 147759 3686 101166 65508 1989 49451 1333 374218 374775 Greenbelt Park Project 2250 26025 -2250 2743 7008 10785 1174 704 48440 63750 DRAINAGE PROJECTS
Tagged Interests: parks and stormwater

Greenhill/Honey Hill Drainage Phase i 8000 8000 18163 3900 30538 9640 6000 20210 7800 112250 104657

Lighthouse Pt. Sdwalk Drainage Phase 1 Oceanview Stonepost Drainage Basin 9772 11047 6235 27053 30000 Hazard Mitigation Project 150000 Drainage Improvement Projects 4000 2000 900 3375 10275 40000 Santee St. Drainage Improvements 6400 3200 65635 75235 75600 70,011 40,575 37,047 56,984 34,770 202,896 79,281 103,966 149,105 24,632 63,232 Total 862,498 1,427,252 of Budget 60 JIPSD FIRE SOLID WASTE SERVICES JIPSD Tax Relief 250,000 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,328 1,000,000 1,000,000 Admin Expense 10,000 10,000 10,000
Tagged Interests: budget, taxes, Taxes, utility, solid waste, Utility, services, disaster management, and stormwater

Auditor Expense 10,000

260,000 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,334 83,328 1,010,000 1,020,000 HOSPITALITY TAX GENERAL Hospitality Tax Revenue 52,322 56,068 99,904 50,918 47,909 47,358 29,969 34,532 33,281 452,262 510,000 The Town Market 866 338 194 409 649 200 2,656 10,000 Guide to Historic James Island 17,293 17,293 27,000 Rethink Folly Phase I-III, Staff Cost-Sharing 6,229 (2,951) 7,760 4,754 8,048 (9,832) 23,669 11,567 49,244 20,000 Santee Street Public Parking Lot 13,200 13,800 27,000 27,000 Community Events 2,000 25 12,300 14,325 15,000 PROJECTS Camp/Folly Landscaping 30,000

Tagged Interests: market, streets, taxes, Taxes, historic, events, audit, hospitality tax, and parking

Camp/Folly Bus Shelter 26,843

Wayfinding Signage - 12,000
Tagged Interests: Public Transit, advertising, and signage

Rethink Folly Road-Phase l-lll -

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: road and streets

Lighting Camp/Dills Bluff 55,242 55,242 54,683

No additional detail provided

Folly Road Beautification 11,900

Pinckney Park Pavilion 859 51 1,766 52 49,253 1,229 33,722 21,836 663 16,485 444 126,360 125,925 Greenbelt Park Project 750 8,675 (750) 914 2,336 3,595 391 235 16,146 21,250
Tagged Interests: road, streets, and parks

1248 Camp Road Building 103 40 13 2,896 2,805 13,912 5,355 1,874 4,238 705 2,227 34,168 50,000

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, and streets

Decorative Banners 8,400

No additional detail provided

Folly Road Multi Use Path Wilton-Ft. Johnson 3,490 3,490

Tagged Interests: road and streets

Other Tourism-Related Projects 100,000 100,000 100,000

15,777 17,334 (518) 14,421 65,859 86,776 30,967 25,763 28,921 28,570 29,149 of Budget 445,924 540,001 83
Tagged Interests: budget and tourism

TREE MITIGATION FUND

Tree Mitigation revenue 3,000 4,392 500 Tree Mitigation expense 3,595 (3,595) 500
Tagged Interests: trees

- - - 3,000 3,595 - - - - - - Total 797

JAMES ISLAND PRIDE James Island Pride revenue/donations 35 426 3,100
Tagged Interests: donation and Donation

Jsmes Island Pride expense - 58 175 31 112 256 261 191 (21) (1,064)

Helping Hands Donations 423 400 Helping Hands Expense 150 260 63 274 747 Total - ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT ADMIN NOTES PUBLIC WORKS NOTES Business Licenses 50

Tagged Interests: business, donation, Donation, Public Works, public works, administrator, license, and business license

*22 of those processed at Town hall

Code Enforcement Cases TOTAL CASES 607 ABATED 540 INVESTIGATION CONTINUING 66
Tagged Interests: codes enforcement

RANK VEGETATION / SOLID WASTE 150

INOPERABLE VEHICLE 108 TREE CASES 43 NUISANCE PROPERTY 54 PERMIT TYPE Jun-20
Tagged Interests: utility, solid waste, Utility, transportation, trees, and property

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new cases ACCESSORY STRUCTURE

CLEARING GRUBBING Building Permits Inspections Permits Inspections DEMOLITION PERMIT 4

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, transportation, and demolition

81
150 EXEMPT PLATS

FIREWORK STAND Building 23 60 HOME OCCUPATION 6
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder and zoning

Plumbing 10 35 NON-EXEMPT PLAT

Mechanical 9 11 PD AMENDMENT (REZONING)

Tagged Interests: zoning

Gas 8 14 RESIDENTIAL ZONING 14

Pool 2 REZONING Roofing 7 SPR

Tagged Interests: zoning

Fire System - SIGN PERMIT

Sign - SITE PLAN REVIEW Trades 7 SPECIAL EVENT 2 Manufactured Home SPECIAL EXCEPTION Previous Month 53 109 TEMPORARY ZONING 3

Tagged Interests: economic development, zoning, transportation, events, and trade

TREE REMOVAL 6

TREE TRIMMING VARIANCE ZONING PERMIT 1 Jul-20 1) Following the Town's Special Mtgs re: face coverings, Town staff has visited every brick and mortar business to convey regulations with flyers, and followed up with amended changes. 2) Closing for the N. Stiles Hazard Mitigation Property occurred on 7/2.

Tagged Interests: shelter in place, regulation, business, zoning, transportation, trees, property, and disaster management

3) Traffic Calming Project for Clearview/Eastwood/

Stiles/Schooner set to begin 7/15 4) 6/30 was the first virtual meeting of the James Island Creek Water Quality Task Force
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, and traffic

5) Chas County Community Services Board approved a

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and services

2nd round of CARES funding in which JI Outreach is a

recipient and manging allocation of housing/utility assistance needs 5)Alternatives for Intersection Improvements at Ft.

Tagged Interests: funding, utility, Utility, and housing

Johnson Secess. is advertised for public comment

1) There were 9 new requests for service in May, all were drainage related. Staff has responded to all requests.
Tagged Interests: advertising and stormwater

2) Seaside- Honey Hill Drainage in easement acquisition.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: easement and stormwater

3) Oceanview-Stonepost drainage project, Thomas and Hutton made a presentation at

the May Drainage Committee meeting to explain their findings and plans to move forward.

Tagged Interests: stormwater

4) Staff discussed adding features to the Geothinq platform for stormwater Asset

Management.
Tagged Interests: stormwater

5) Staff participated in the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) conference

call.

Tagged Interests: planning and emergency

6) The Drainage Committee had an electronic meeting.

Tagged Interests: stormwater

7) Staff participated in the preconstruction meeting for the landscaping improvements

to the Camp and Folly intersection.

8) Staff joined staff from the City of Charleston and Charleston County to meet with

No additional detail provided

residents in the Oakcrest/Willow Walk neighborhood to discuss drainage issues.

Tagged Interests: neighborhood and stormwater

9) Staff met with members from the City of Charleston stormwater department on site

to discuss flooding issues on Schooner Road.

Tagged Interests: road, streets, flooding, and stormwater

10) The monthly stormwater managers meeting was held by teleconference.

Tagged Interests: manager and stormwater

11) Staff cleaned 6 signs in May and installed 5 new STOP sign and 12 new street name

Tagged Interests: streets

signs. Staff filled 3 potholes with 6 bags of material.

LSPR

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No additional detail provided

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Code Enforcement - Case Type

Tagged Interests: codes enforcement

RANK VEGETATION / SOLID WASTE

INOPERABLE VEHICLE TREE CASES NUISANCE PROPERTY 89
Tagged Interests: utility, solid waste, Utility, trees, and property

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Code Enforcement - Case Status

ABATED INVESTIGATION CONTINUING

Tagged Interests: codes enforcement

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PERMITS - 13 MONTH HISTORY

ZONING PERMIT Building Permit Building Inspections A ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS PROPOSAL : To: Ashley Kellahan Town Administrator Town of James Island FEE PROPOSAL

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, zoning, transportation, buildings and grounds, administrator, and history

DATE: July 7, 2020

SENT Bv: D Phone 843-795-4141 D Fax Email akellahan@jamesislandsc.us RE: Bv: Regatta Sidewalk Project- Phase 1 Engineering and Administration

Tagged Interests: streets, Pedestrian, and engineering

Laura S. Cabiness, P.E.

No additional detail provided

SCOPE OF SERVICES:

Johnson, Laschober Associates, P.C. (JLA) is pleased to submit a proposal for the planning, design, implementation and services during construction of sidewalks along Regatta Road from Grand Concourse to Nabors Drive - Phase 1 Engineering and Administration. Total length is approximately 1,300 LF. Breakdown of the fee is as follows:
Tagged Interests: road, planning, construction, streets, services, Pedestrian, and engineering

(1) Construction Documents 18,000 a. Sidewalk 10,000 b. Retaining Wall 3,000 c. Utility Coordination 2,500 d. Specifications 2,500

Tagged Interests: construction, streets, utility, Utility, and Pedestrian

(2) Permitting 1,500 a. NPDESType I 1 ,500

(3) Bidding Services 3,000

Tagged Interests: services

Total: 22,500 (Lump Sum)

Thank you for the opportunity to submit this proposal. We look forward to working with you on this project. Sincerely, JOHNSON, LASCHOBER ASSOCIATES, P.C. IJL Please return a signed copy of this proposal, a purchase order, or a contract before work commences. This proposal will be considered in effect if work commences without a signed copy being received by JLA. The terms and conditions on the following page of this proposal are part of this agreement. Accepted by: [Signature] Date] Johnson, Laschober Associates, P.C. Telephone: 843-619-4656 701 East Bay Street FAX: 706-724-3955 Suite 304 Web Site: www.theJLAgroup.com Charleston, SC 29403 K:\30821901\ADMIN\GENERAL\CONTRACTDOCUMENTS\TASK ORDER 3\PROPOSAL FOR REGATTA ENGINEERING AND ADMINISTRATION.DOCX

Tagged Interests: streets, contract, purchasing, and engineering

Town of James Island

Public Works Department Mark Johnson, Public Works Director

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

1122 Dills Bluff Road

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: road and streets

James Island, South Carolina 29412

mjohnson@jamesislandsc.us 843-795-4141

RE: Sinkhole on Regatta

Ashley, The request for repairs to a sinkhole on Regatta are in regards to a report

from Ray Beaudrot at Charleston County Public Works that Citizen had reported

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

to them of a sinkhole in their front yard. They sent an inspector by to see the

No additional detail provided

severity of the problem and discovered that it was over a stormwater culvert that

Tagged Interests: stormwater

runs on the right of way of Regatta Road. I went to verify this and that is the case,

in fact, JIPSD was on scene to determine if their sewer line, which runs parallel to the storm drain, was involved in any way. This repair needs to be made as soon as possible as it only will grow with the rain. We will be adding this system to our list of systems that need to be inspected and evaluated for level of service and condition as the pipe material is
Tagged Interests: right of way, road, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, and RIGHT OF WAY

CMP (Corrugated Metal Pipe) which only has a 25 to 30 year service life.

Thank you, Mark Johnson Public Works Director 6/30/2020 Page 1 Charleston County Public Works Task Cost Actual Est Start Date 6/30/2020 Est Stop Date 6/30/2020 Request ID 10121 Rquesting Agency / Billable Dept :

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

Town of James Island Task ID 77108

Contact : Mark Johnson Phone : (843)795-4878 Details : Excavate drainage pipe, Inspect for failed or leaking pipe, and repair with Mar-Mac Band and Geo fabric.
Tagged Interests: stormwater

Total Labor Cost 2,042.10 Total Equipment Cost 1,686.08 Total Material Cost 322.32 Total Other Cost 0.00 Total Task Cost 4,050.50

Material
Tagged Interests: equipment

ID Description Quantity Material Cost 38005 Stone, 57 3.00 ton 104.64 37041 Fabric, Pipe Wrap - 3' x 360' -Geotextile 50.00 ft 10.50 15256 Mar Mac, Mac Wrap - 24 inch 2.00 ea 131.78 38009 Dirt, Fill (County) 4.00 yd 10.40 55095 Seed, Pensacola Bahia grass (50 lb bag) 1.00 ea 65.00

OTHER

Purchase Order Vendor Cost

Completed By :____________________ Date: __________ BASIC INFORMATION

Tagged Interests: purchasing

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA )

)

TOWN OF JAMES ISLAND )

INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT THIS INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT ( Agreement ) entered into this ______ day of ______, 2020 by and between the Town of James Island, South Carolina, the
Tagged Interests: intergovernmental

address of which is 1122 Dills Bluff Road, James Island, SC, 29412 (hereinafter the Town ), the

Tagged Interests: road and streets

City of Charleston, South Carolina, the address of which is 80 Broad Street, Charleston, SC

Tagged Interests: streets

29401 (hereinafter the City ), the County of Charleston, South Carolina, the address of which

is 4045 Bridge View Drive, North Charleston, South Carolina 29405 (hereinafter Charleston

County or County ), and the City of Folly Beach, South Carolina, the address of which is 29 Center Street, Folly Beach, SC 29439 (hereinafter Folly Beach ) each of which is a separate public body corporate and politic and political subdivision of the State of South Carolina, ( Party

Tagged Interests: bridge, streets, beach, and subdivision

as to each; collectively the Parties ).

W I T N E S S E T H:

WHEREAS, The Town approved with the adoption of their Fiscal Year 2020/2021 Annual

Budget 20,000 to help fund the Project Manager position for ReThink Folly Road; and

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Tagged Interests: road, streets, budget, and manager

WHEREAS, The City approved with the adoption of their Fiscal Year 2020 Annual

Budget 20,000 to help fund the Project Manager position for ReThink Folly Road; and

WHEREAS, on November 13, 2018, Charleston County Council approved a contribution

Tagged Interests: road, council, streets, budget, and manager

of 20,000 per year for a contract for consulting services for the implementation of the ReThink

Tagged Interests: contract and services

Folly Road Study recommendations with the total contract period not to exceed three (3) years;

and WHEREAS, Folly Beach plans to approve at least 10 of the total cost, 6,650, with the

Tagged Interests: road, streets, contract, and beach

adoption of their Fiscal Year 2020/2021 Annual Budget (Q2-Q4) to help fund the Project Manager

position for ReThink Folly Road; and WHEREAS, the ReThink Folly Road Steering Committee has selected Toole Design
Tagged Interests: road, streets, budget, and manager

Group, LLC, the address of which is 172 E. Main St. Suite 300, Spartanburg, SC 29306,

(hereinafter referred to as the Consultant ) for Project Management Services for the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: services

implementation of the ReThink Folly Road Study; and

WHEREAS, the Town Council approved the ReThink Folly Road Steering Committee s
Tagged Interests: road, council, and streets

recommendation for the Town to enter into a contract with the Consultant for Project Management

Tagged Interests: contract and services

Services for the implementation of the ReThink Folly Road Study; and

WHEREAS, Charleston County, the City, and Folly Beach desire to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Town, to share in the costs of the services provided by the
Tagged Interests: road, streets, beach, services, and intergovernmental

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Consultant to implement the mutually-adopted ReThink Folly Road Plan (hereinafter referred to

as the Project ); and WHEREAS, the scope of work for the Project shall be performed by the Consultant per the request of the Town upon the above representations and upon direction of the ReThink Folly Road Steering Committee, which includes one Council member from the City, the Town and Folly Beach, two Council members from Charleston County, and other stakeholders; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of these promises, of the mutual covenants herein set forth, and the above-referenced recitals incorporated herein by reference, the Parties agree as follows:
Tagged Interests: road, council, streets, beach, and services

1.
OBLIGATIONS OF THE TOWN. The Town s obligations shall be as follows:

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a.
Provide all updates concerning Project scope changes, changes in schedules, routine communication, or any other such activities that may impact the Project to the Steering Committee and staff representatives. The Steering Committee will provide guidance to the Consultant on how often the updates should occur, the form of the report, and who should be the recipient at each jurisdiction. The Town shall ensure this directive is followed.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: services, communications, and Communications

b.
Include Charleston County, Folly Beach and the City in all progress meeting with

the Consultant.

Tagged Interests: beach and services

c.
Provide access to the Project records during and after the project to enable Charleston County, Folly Beach and the City to review the Project.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: beach

d.
Request approval from Charleston County, the City, and Folly Beach, respectively,

regarding pay requests relating to the Project prior to payment of any invoices, along with notice of any change orders, which affect the cost of the Project. Pay requests shall be provided to each Party s staff representative within 48 hours of the Town receiving a pay request for review.

Tagged Interests: beach

e.
Maintain primary contact with the Consultant relating to Project scope, task order

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: services