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Finance Committee

J.
Elliott Summey, Chairman Henry E. Darby Jenny Costa Honeycutt Anna B. Johnson Brantley Moody Teddie Pryor A. Victor Rawl Herb Sass Dickie Schweers

AGENDA FINANCE COMMITTEE

Tagged Interests: finance

1.
MINUTES OF JULY 9, 2020 AND JULY 14, 2020

2.
CONSENT AGENDA A) FY20 BJA Justice Assistance Grant (Sheriff) B) Code Enforcement Officers C) CTC Stuart Engals Boulevard Sidewalk (Mt. Pleasant) D) TST Shell House Road Paving (Edisto Island) E) Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant - Woodland Shores (Bldg. Insp.) F) Resolution Honoring Heidi Drees

Tagged Interests: pavement, road, grant, recognition, streets, public safety, flooding, Pedestrian, and codes enforcement

3.
CCPRC GENESIS PROJECT/RURAL SWIMMING INITIATIVES

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Tagged Interests: rural

4.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING REFERENDUM

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Tagged Interests: referendum and housing

7.
TOWN OF AWENDAW EASEMENT - AWENDAW FIRE STATION 7

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Tagged Interests: fire departments and districts and easement

8.
ST. ANDREWS PARKS AND PLAYGROUND COMMISSION

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and parks

9.
CCPL RENOVATIONS OF 5 REGIONAL LIBRARIES

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Tagged Interests: library

10.PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE ACTION ITEMS, IF ANY

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Tagged Interests: public safety

11.HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE ACTION ITEMS, IF ANY

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Tagged Interests: human resources

- Request to Consider

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Tuten/Staff - Request to Approve - Request to Commission -Award of Contract - Award of Contract - Request to Approve - Request to Adopt

- Presentation Tuten/Bennett - Discussion Johnson

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and contract

- Request to Approve Tuten/VVilliams

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- Request to Approve Tuten/Przybylowski

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- Request to Approve Tuten/Przybylowski

- Appointment (1)

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

- Award of Contract Tuten/Altenhein

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Tagged Interests: contract

- Request to Consider

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- Request to Consider

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CONTRACTUAL MATTER - Executive Session

1.. MINUTES CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM

Tagged Interests: council

TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: July 31,2020

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SUBJECT: Finance Committee Minutes

At the Finance Committee meeting of August 6, 2020, the draft minutes of the July 9 and July 14, 2020, Finance Committee meetings will be presented for approval. CONSENT AGEN DA COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR FROM: J. AL CANNON., ESQ. DEPT. SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Tagged Interests: finance, public safety, and administrator

FY20 BJA JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM LOCAL SUBJECT: SOLICITATION REQUEST: APPROVE GRANT SUBMISSION AND ACCEPT, IF AWARDED COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: August 6, 2020

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Tagged Interests: grant, finance, council, program, and solicitation

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

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Signature of

Yes NIA Individual Contacted

Legal Dept.
Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts LI

Tagged Interests: contract and purchasing

LI Zoning Regulations / Comp.

Plan Compliance LI L] Community Services [II LI Grants Auditor K LI 'L )1.v 4_ 6iti/ J14 vI/..i Other: III Other: El III FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes lllllj no LI n/a LI If yes, provide Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item the following:

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, zoning, services, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: Fiscal impact: ,4j,
Tagged Interests: budget

CHIEF OF STAFF

ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION The Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program is a direct allocation grant funding program which must be used only for criminal justice initiatives. The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) calculates the yearly award amount based on a formula of crime statistics and population. Based on this formula, the allocation for Charleston County for 2020 will be 24,621.00. The Sheriff's Office will receive 16,006 and the remaining 8,615.00 will be allocated to the Solicitor's Office. The Sheriff's Office is requesting to use this award for body armor vests for Charleston County Sheriff's Office Patrol Deputies for safety and functionality. The grant period will run from October 1, 2020 until September 30, 2021. There are no FTEs requested in this grant. No match is required.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, Solicitor, public safety, program, administrator, and crime

According to the JAG program statute, a disparity may exist between the funding eligibility of a county and its associated municipalities. Reference: 34 U.S.C. 10156(d)(4). Because of the County's disparate jurisdiction status with North Charleston and in accordance with JAG regulation, the County will file a joint application with the City of North Charleston whereby the City serves as the fiscal agent for the award.

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL
Tagged Interests: funding, regulation, council, program, and disparity

Approve Sheriff's recommendation to apply for and accept if awarded, the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance (JAG) Grant.

SHERIFF'S RECOMMENDATION Allow the Sheriff's Office to apply for and accept if awarded, the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance (JAG) Grant Program through the U.S. Department of Justice to purchase armor vests. Based on formula, the allocation for Charleston County will be 24,621. The funds will be distributed as 16,006 to the Charleston County Sheriff's Office, and 8,615 to the 9th Circuit Solicitor's Office. The grant period will run from October 1, 2020 until September 30, 2021. There are no FTEs requested in this grant and no match is required. W MI IS] 1 S] k'iIII7IIIs] I concur with the Sheriff's recommendation. COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM FROM: BILL TUTEN DEPT. ADMINISTRATOR SUBJECT: Code Enforcement Officers REQUEST: COMMISSION NEW CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: Auciust 6. 2020

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, finance, council, boards and commissions, Solicitor, public safety, program, purchasing, administrator, and codes enforcement

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

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Yes N/A Individual Contacted

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Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, legal, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: ,/j1cfig

Fiscal impact: /\J7 /(j( if( /.'J,D(t(T ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION
Tagged Interests: budget and administrator

In 1994, Charleston County Council adopted an ordinance authorizing the issuance of a uniform ordinance summons, which is used to enforce any County ordinance. The uniform ordinance summons is enforced by code enforcement officers commissioned by County Council. The commissions are on an annual basis and subject to renewal or rescission every year, and officers are commissioned as needed or when necessary.

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Commission new County employees as code enforcement officers for Charleston County and rescind the commission of former employees. RECOMMENDATION Commission Darrin Munkberg and Hakim Bayyoud as code enforcement officers for Charleston County effective immediately through December 31, 2020, Rescind the commissions of Brent Barfield and Carl Simmons. Yes N/A Legal Department z LI
Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, legal, boards and commissions, and codes enforcement

Procurement/Contracts

Tagged Interests: contract and purchasing

El Zoning Regulations / Comp.

Plan Compliance LI LI Community Services LI LI Grants Auditor x LI Other: Public Works E LI Other: LI LI COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM

Tagged Interests: grant, regulation, zoning, services, Public Works, public works, compliance, and audit

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: CORINE ALTENHEIN, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOF :L' FROM: BARRETT J. TOLBERT DEPT. PROCUREMENT
Tagged Interests: purchasing and administrator

SUBJECT: CTC STUART ENGALS BOULEVARD SIDEWALK

REQUEST: AWARD OF CONTRACT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: AUGUST 6, 2020
Tagged Interests: finance, council, streets, contract, and Pedestrian

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

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Signature of

FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no LI n/a LI If Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item yes, provide the following: W42047627 64667 t 3 (Y7, c'(( 307,209.39
Tagged Interests: funding

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: e j') 'i ( c /( I ( Fiscal impact: Funds are available in the State C Fund for road impoKements. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION The Charleston County Public Works Department Stuart Engals Boulevard Sidewalk project shall consist of approximately 2,150 LF of new concrete sidewalk from Bowman Road to Ira Road along Stuart Engals Boulevard in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. The work shall include, but is not limited to, concrete sidewalk installation, pavement markings and crosswalks, pedestrian ramps, erosion and sediment control, and traffic control. The project will be constructed utilizing the items listed on the bid tab form in the solicitation. The Town of Mount Pleasant has agreed to provide matching funding, in the amount of 125,000.00.
Tagged Interests: rfp, pavement, road, RFP, funding, streets, budget, Public Works, public works, solicitation, administrator, Pedestrian, and traffic

Bids were received in accordance with the terms and conditions of Invitation for Bid No. 5481- 20C. State C Fund regulations do not allow Small Business Enterprise (SBE) or local preference options.

Bidder Total Bid MWDBE
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, regulation, business, and small business

Price Percentage Blutide Marine Construction

Charleston, South Carolina 29407 307,209.39 5 Principal: Karl Rakes Allston Farrell Construction
Tagged Interests: construction

North Charleston, South Carolina 29406 344,152.00 10.2 Principal: Matt Farrell

*Landscape Payers, LLC Charleston, South Carolina 29417 344,935.00 100 Principal: Joyce Schirmer KTC Enterprises, Inc.

Tagged Interests: buildings and grounds

Moncks Corner, South Carolina 29461 363,695.50 5.1 Principal: Hugh Murchisen, Jr.

Green Wave Contracting, Inc.

Georgetown, South Carolina 29440 374,515.00 10.9 Principal: Mendal Nettles, Jr. Lowcountry Sitework, LLC Charleston, South Carolina 29492 399,000.00 0 Principal: John Mazzarella

Tagged Interests: contract

AOS Specialty Contractors, Inc.

Lexington, South Carolina 29073 399,925.94 100 Principal: Jane Plante *First Construction Management, LLC Hanahan, South Carolina 29410 436,922.00 3.2 Principal: Roger Holcombe Blythe Development Company Charlotte, North Carolina 28273 427,415.00 1.0 Principal: Frank W. Blythe

Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, development, and Development

* Deemed non-responsive - Failure to submit correct Bid Form

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Authorize award of contract and acceptance of funds of 125,000.00 from the Town of Mount Pleasant.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, council, and contract

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

Authorize award of contract for the Stuart Engals Boulevard Sidewalk project to Blutide Marine Construction, the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, in the amount of 307,209.39.

Authorize acceptance of funding in the amount of 125,000.00 from the Town of Mount Pleasant.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, construction, streets, contract, and Pedestrian

Funds are available in the State C Fund for road improvements.

COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM

Tagged Interests: road, funding, and streets

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: CORINE ALTENHEIN, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FROM: BARRETTLTOLBERT U11-
Tagged Interests: administrator

SUBJECT: TST SHELL HOUSE ROAD PAVING

REQUEST: AWARD OF CONTRACT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DEPT. PROCUREMENT
Tagged Interests: pavement, road, finance, council, streets, contract, and purchasing

DATE: AUGUST 6, 2020

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

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Signature of Yes N/A

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Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts

LI Zoning Regulations / Comp. Plan Compliance LI LI Community Services LI LI Grants Auditor LI
Tagged Interests: grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

Other: Public Works

LI Other: LI LI FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes [I no LI n/a LI If yes, provide Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item I the following: TE0310003 64667 7 7 535, 277,535.00
Tagged Interests: funding, Public Works, and public works

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: Q Fiscal impact: Funds are available in the Transportation Sales Tax. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION The Charleston County Public Works Department Shell House Road Paving project is located on Edisto Island and includes asphalt paving of approximately 1.1-mile of Shell House Road. A 0.4- mile section of Shell House Road will be paved off of Oyster Factory Road (S-1450), and a 0.7- mile section of Shell house Road will be paved off of Red House Road (S-2247). The drainage construction and base installation will be completed by, Public Works Field Operations. This project includes, but is not limited to, fine grading of base material, asphalt paving, shoulder grading to tie-in pavement to existing grade, and permanent grassing.
Tagged Interests: pavement, road, funding, construction, streets, budget, sale, taxes, Taxes, transportation, Public Works, public works, administrator, grading, and stormwater

Bids were received in accordance with the terms and conditions of Invitation for Bid No. 5484- 20C. The mandatory Small Business Enterprise (SBE) requirement for this solicitation is 12.2 and the Minority Women Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (MWDBE) goal is 25 .

Bidder Total Bid SBE MWDBE Price Percentage Percentage Truluck Roadway Services Charleston, South Carolina 29416 277,535.00 100 100 Principal: Chris Truluck Eadie's Diva D Enterprises, LLC Ridgeville, South Carolina 29472 397,222.89 100 100 Principal: Dawn C. Eadie ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, business, council, services, small business, and solicitation

. Authorize award of contract.

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Tagged Interests: contract

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

Authorize award of contract for the Shell House Road Paving project to Truluck Roadway Services, the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, in the amount of 277,535.00.

Funding available in the Transportation Sales Tax. COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

Tagged Interests: rfp, pavement, road, RFP, funding, streets, sale, taxes, Taxes, contract, transportation, services, and administrator

WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR _____

Tagged Interests: administrator

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BUILDING INSPECTION 1A HAKIM BAYYOU'f) 611191 DEPT. SERVICES

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder and services

FLOOD MITIGATION ASSISTANCE GRANT - WOODLAND SHORES FLOOD SUBJECT: REDUCTION

REQUEST: APPROVE GRANT SUBMISSION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE

Tagged Interests: grant, finance, council, and flooding

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

No additional detail provided

Signature of Yes N/A Individual Contacted

C)tV C Legal Department
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Procurement/Contracts LI 0 Zoning Regulations / Comp.

Plan Compliance Community Services LI 0 Grants Auditor LI /7 4'.4 )l 6 6I avo Other: El El Other: Eli 0 FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no LI n/a If Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item yes, provide the following: 0.00

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: t CIs4 Fiscal impact: J- kpto h,,hIr J- be provi ec( fltrett1.. e 1 ;v S9f-C- ioJl eV'JCCS feY5ob. ie11 TO: THROUGH: DATE: 8/6/2020 COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING.
Tagged Interests: budget and administrator

The Building Inspection Services Department requests approval to apply for, and accept if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 549,567.30 (75 of total estimate of 732,756.41) for the Woodland Shores Flood Mitigation Project. This grant is provided by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, under FEMA's Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA). Funding would be used to obtain a consultant to create design documents based on the Davis and Floyd's Study for bid and construction. The Woodland Shores area was selected due to drainage issues and repetitive losses in that area.

There is a 25 match requirement for this grant, which will be met in-kind via staff time. No additional money or FTEs will be required to carry out this request. The grant performance period is 36 months from the date of award. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Department Head's recommendation.
Tagged Interests: rfp, Homebuilder, RFP, funding, grant, construction, council, services, performance, flooding, FEMA, and stormwater

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Approve the Building Inspections Services Department to apply for and accept, if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 549,567.30 (75 of total estimate for project) from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources under FEMA's Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) to allow the Building Inspection Services Department to implement a Flood Mitigation Project in the Woodland Shores area of Charleston County to reduce flooding and create a more resilient community.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, services, flooding, and FEMA

. There is a 25 match requirement for this grant that will be met in-kind via coordinating Departments staff time.

Tagged Interests: grant

. There are no FTEs or any items that involve re-occurring costs associated with this request.

The grant performance period is 36 months from the date of award. CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM
Tagged Interests: grant, council, and performance

TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: July 31, 2020

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SUBJECT: Resolution Honoring Heidi Drees

Chairman Summey has requested a resolution honoring Heidi Drees. Ms. Drees is a citizen who assisted at the scene of the recent tragic accident on the Don Holt Bridge involving Charleston County Sheriff's Deputy Mike Costanzo. A resolution will be drafted and presented for consideration. CCPRC GENESIS PROJECT/RURAL SWIMMING INITIATIVES CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL 71 I1uJlLA
Tagged Interests: bridge, rural, recognition, council, and public safety

TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: July 31, 2020

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SUBJECT: CCPRC Genesis Project/Rural Swimming Initiatives

At the Finance Committee of August 6, 2020, Executive Director of the Charleston County Parks Playground Commission will present to Council updates on the Genesis Project and Rural Swimming Initiatives.

Tagged Interests: rural, finance, council, boards and commissions, and parks

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING

REFERENDUM CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL ILYA 1:1 OkLAIJIL LYA jyj
Tagged Interests: council, referendum, and housing

TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: July 31, 2020

No additional detail provided

SUBJECT: Affordable Housing Referendum

At the Finance Committee of August 6, 2020, Councilwoman Johnson asked to place this item on the agenda. DOMINION ENERGY MRF COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM

Tagged Interests: dominion energy, finance, solid waste, electric, natural gas, recycling, energy, referendum, and housing

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR MATERIALS RECOVERY

Tagged Interests: materials and administrator

FROM: JOHN WILLIAMS DEPT. FACILITY SUBJECT: DOMINION ENERGY EASEMENT REQUEST - MRF

Tagged Interests: dominion energy, facility, solid waste, electric, natural gas, recycling, energy, and easement

AUTHORIZATION TO GRANT AND EXECUTE RIGHT OF WAY AND UTILITY REQUEST: EASEMENT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: August 6, 2020

Tagged Interests: right of way, grant, finance, council, utility, Utility, RIGHT OF WAY, and easement

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

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Signature of

Yes N/A Individual Contacted

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Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts El

El Zoning Regulations I Comp. Plan Compliance LII LI Community Services [11 LI] Grants Auditor LI LI Other: LI LI Other: LI LI FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no 0 n/a LI If Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item yes, provide the following:
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE:
Tagged Interests: budget

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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: Wll 0 ftwo -0 ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION Dominion Energy of South Carolina, Inc. (Dominion Energy), has requested a right of way and easement on County property at the intersection of Palmetto Commerce Parkway and Rebecca Collins Drive, TMS 393-00-00-375, for the installation, operation and maintenance of power lines which will provide power to the new Material Recovery Facility (MRF).

Tagged Interests: right of way, dominion energy, facility, solid waste, electric, natural gas, property, recycling, administrator, RIGHT OF WAY, energy, and easement

The easement is on the Dominion Energy form and is standard utility easement terms.

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve recommendation to execute easement with Dominion Energy. RECOMMENDATION Authorize the Chairman of Council to execute Easement 900718 with Dominion Energy, for the installation, operation and maintenance of power lines which will provide power to the new MRF. Approve and give first reading to an Ordinance authorizing the Chairman to execute the easement. The Ordinance title is An ordinance approving and authorizing the grant of a utility easement to Dominion Energy of South Carolina Inc., on a portion of County Property known as Charleston County Material Recovery Facility.
Tagged Interests: dominion energy, grant, ordinance, council, facility, utility, solid waste, Utility, electric, natural gas, Title I, property, recycling, energy, and easement

All documents to be reviewed by the Legal Department.

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Tagged Interests: dominion energy, legal, streets, electric, natural gas, and energy

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Tagged Interests: dominion energy, streets, electric, natural gas, pole, and energy

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Tagged Interests: dominion energy, electric, natural gas, and energy

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTY AD-M INI FROM: TIMOTHY PRZYBYLOWSKI SUBJECT: DOMINION ENERGY EASEMER1J4E4
Tagged Interests: dominion energy, electric, natural gas, administrator, and energy

AUTHORIZATION TO GRANT A9V E 1 REQUEST: EASEMENT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE

FACILITIES T - 926 BOWMAN ROAD VE RIGHT OF WAY AND UTILITY
Tagged Interests: right of way, road, grant, finance, council, streets, utility, Utility, RIGHT OF WAY, and easement

DATE: AUGUST 6, 2020

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

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Signature of Yes N/A Individual C ac d

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Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts LI Eli Zoning Regulations I Comp.

Plan Compliance LI Ill Community Services LI Eli Grants Auditor LI LII Other: LII LI Other: III Ill FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no LI n/a LI If Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item yes, provide the following: 0.00 I I
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: Fiscal impact: N'-L COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION Dominion Energy of South Carolina Inc., (Dominion) has requested a permanent right of way and easement on County property at 926 Bowman Road, TMS 559-00-00-069, to construct, operate, maintain, repair, replace, and/or remove underground gas pipe lines and valves that will provide natural gas utility services to the surrounding area residents and businesses in the Town of Mount Pleasant. The easement request is for a new 10' Dominion Energy utility easement to serve the surrounding areas within' the Town of Mount Pleasant, extending approximately .02 acres 871 sq. ft. (See the attached Easement Plat). The easement is on the Dominion Energy form and is standard utility easement terms. Dominion will only accept their easement form and language without modification in order to provide natural gas services to the area inside the Town of Mount Pleasant. Approve Department Head Recommendation Authorize Chairman of Council to execute the Easement with Dominion Energy of South Carolina, to provide natural gas services to the residents and businesses within' this area of Bowman Road in the Town of Mount Pleasant. Approve and give first reading to an Ordinance authorizing the Chairman to execute the easement. The Ordinance title is An ordinance approving and authorizing the grant of a utility easement to Dominion Energy of South Carolina Inc., on a portion of County Property known as Mount Pleasant Fire Station 7.
Tagged Interests: right of way, road, dominion energy, grant, ordinance, business, council, streets, budget, utility, Utility, fire departments and districts, zoning, services, electric, natural gas, Title I, property, administrator, RIGHT OF WAY, energy, and easement

All documents to be reviewed by the Legal Department.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: legal

TOWN OF MT. PLEASANT CHARLESTON COUNTY. SOUTH CAROLINA

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Tagged Interests: dominion energy, electric, natural gas, and energy

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Tagged Interests: streets, GIS, and engineering

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Tagged Interests: property

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Tagged Interests: dominion energy, electric, natural gas, and energy

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EXHIBIT PARCEL 4A NEW 10' DOMNION ENERGY GAS EASEMENT (0.02 Ac.) THROUGH PROPERTY OF THE COUNTY OF CHARLESTON
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LEGEND MEANDER POINT (NO MONUMENT) NEW DOMINION ENERGY GAS EASEMENT

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Town of Mount Pleasant Fire Department Mike Mixon, Fire Chief

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100 Ann Edwards Lane Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 29464

(843) 884-0623

Ms. Miller,

I have reviewed the request from Dominion Energy regarding the right of way easement for gas line utilities in front of 926 Bowman Road, also known as Mount Pleasant Fire Station 7. In speaking with the Town Administrator we support Charleston County moving forward with this easement agreement. Thank you, Mike Mixon, Jr Fire Chief MPFD

Tagged Interests: right of way, road, dominion energy, streets, utility, Utility, fire departments and districts, electric, natural gas, administrator, RIGHT OF WAY, energy, and easement

TOWN OF AWENDAW EASEMENT

COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM
Tagged Interests: easement

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR .9. FROM: TIMOTHY PRZYBYLOWSKI J / FACILITIES SUBJECT: TOWN OF AWENDAW EASEME ST- AWENDAW FIRE STATION 7
Tagged Interests: fire departments and districts and administrator

AUTHORIZATION TO GRANT AND EXECUTE RIGHT OF WAY AND UTILITY REQUEST: EASEMENT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: AUGUST 6, 2020

Tagged Interests: right of way, grant, finance, council, utility, Utility, RIGHT OF WAY, and easement

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

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Procurement/Contracts Ill LII Zoning Regulations / Comp.

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Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: I k 'L Fiscal impact: AI ii COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION
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Town of Awendaw (Town) has requested a permanent right-of-way and utility easement on County property at 1131 Guerins Bridge Road (TMS 629-00-00-346) to construct, operate, maintain, and repair underground utility lines that will provide water utility services and necessary fire hydrants, which serve the Awendaw Fire Station 7. The request is for a new 15' Town of Awendaw utility easement to serve the new Fire Station, extending approximately .09 acres (3,920.4 sq ft). (See attached Easement Plat)

Tagged Interests: right of way, bridge, road, streets, utility, Utility, fire departments and districts, zoning, services, water, property, RIGHT OF WAY, and easement

The easement is on the Town of Awendaw form and is standard utility easement terms. The Town will only accept their easement form and language without modification in order to provide water services to the Awendaw Fire Station 7.

ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve Department Head recommendation.
Tagged Interests: council, utility, Utility, fire departments and districts, services, water, and easement

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

Authorize Chairman of Council to execute the Right-of-Way and Utility Easement with the Town of Awendaw to provide water services to the Awendaw Fire Station 7. Approve and give first reading to an Ordinance authorizing the Chairman to execute the easement. The Ordinance title is An Ordinance Approving and Authorizing the Grant of a Right-of-Way and Utility Easement to the Town of Awendaw on a portion of County Property Known as the Awendaw Fire Station 7 .
Tagged Interests: right of way, grant, ordinance, council, utility, Utility, fire departments and districts, services, water, Title I, property, RIGHT OF WAY, and easement

All documents to be reviewed by the Legal Office.

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1.) THIS FLAT REPRESENTS A SURVEY

BOUNDARY COA'WFI AT IlL EASED 1.) ENGINEERING PLANS AND CAD DRAWING FROM - UPON THE UOOEO REFERENCES ONLY, AND IS NOT THE RESULT OF A N -ITS FORSOERO ENGINEERING A SURVEYING UNDER TiLE SCOTCH. JOB No. 4703-3 RI DATED MARCH B. 2019.. 2.) THE BEARINGS SHONE HEREON ARE OASES ON BUFFER Us AT LOST VI 5105055 OS 2.) SIJOOISTSICN FLAT BY U. BRUCE RISC, III DATED Sc 500 ZONE 3900 (MAD '63) 2011. 3.) THIS PROPERTY HAS NOT BEEN EVALUATED
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FOR UOE1),,RHOS. 4) AREA DETERMINED BY COORDINATE 3) ACCESS EASEMENT RECORDED IN DEED BOOK 0798 METHOD.

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PAGE 364. 5.)THE SUR Y SHOWS EASMEN75 WHICH ARE OBVIOUS OR APPARE T TO THE SURVEYOR,

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CHARLESTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA 20429 DATED: JULY 15, 2020

SCALE' 45' 1 CARTER DR. GOOSE CREEK, UC 29445 943-096-4449 oRN CONSTRUCTION SEBIoICES, 010 103 CARTER DR. DODGE CREST. SE 23445 442-226-4449

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ST. ANDREWS PARKS AND

PLAYGROUND COMMISSION CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM

Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, and parks

TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

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DATE: July 31,2020

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SUBJECT: St. Andrew's Parks Playground Commission

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and parks

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

Applications for re-appointment were received from Carol Etheridge and Wendell David Glover. Application for appointment was received from Chris Burgess. The St. Andrews Parks and Playground Commission is a Public Service District formed by the state legislature and is composed of five volunteer citizens that live within the Public Service District. The Commission is appointed by the Governor, upon recommendation of Charleston County Council for a term of three years. The duties of the Commission include preparing an annual budget to be approved by Charleston County Council and making and maintaining policy for the Agency. The staff of St. Andrews Parks and Playground report to the Executive Director who in turn reports directly to the Commission. The term for this seat will expire 6/23. At the County Council meeting of July 14, 2020, Council voted to appoint Mr. Burgess to the St. Andrew's Parks Playground Commission and refer the recommendation of the second vacant seat on this commission back to the Finance Committee to decide between recommending Carol Etheridge or Wendell David Glover for reappointment One vacancies, two applications Carol Etheridge Wendell David Glover

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

RETURN TO AGENDA

CCPL RENOVATION OF 5 LIBRARIES COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM
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TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: CORINE ALTENHEIN, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FROM: BARRETT TOLBERT DEPT PROCUREMENT SUBJECT: CCPL RENOVATION OF FIVE REGIONALS
Tagged Interests: purchasing and administrator

REQUEST: AUTHORIZE AWARD OF CONTRACT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: AUGUST 6, 2020

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Tagged Interests: finance, council, and contract

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

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'approved? yes E no LI n/a LI

If Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item yes, provide the following:

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE ( 7( '/('A /i- Fiscal impact: Sufficient fundsare available wit'hin the Referendum Budget COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION In accordance with Council Directive 20-47, at a meeting of County Council on March 10, 2020, Council voted to authorize staff to negotiate with MB Kahn to renovate the five (5) regional libraries pursuant to the terms discussed in Executive Session, with the understanding that staff will bring back a recommendation to Council for consideration and approval. Negotiations with MB Kahn have concluded and staff recommends award of a Contract Amendment to MB Kahn for the renovation of the Five Regional Libraries (Otranto, Cynthia Hurd, Johns Island, Mt Pleasant and Dorchester) for the firm fixed price of 8,785,068.00. The renovation at the first three Libraries (as determined by the CCPL) will commence no later than October 1, 2020 and attain Substantial Completion 8 months later. Renovation of the remaining two Libraries will commence after the completion of the first three and attain Substantial Completion 8 months from their notice to proceed. The negotiated price is within the Current Working Estimate of the Five Regional Libraries as part of the overall Library Referendum project. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve Department Head recommendation to execute Contract Amendment. Authorize the Administrator to execute a Contract Amendment to Agreement No. 4975 with MB Kahn that assigns the Renovation of the Five Regional Libraries (Otranto, Cynthia Hurd, Johns Island, Mt Pleasant and Dorchester) to MB Kahn for the firm fixed price of 8,785,068.00.
Tagged Interests: council, budget, contract, administrator, referendum, and library

All documents to be reviewed by the Legal Department.

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PUBLIC SAFETY

COMMITTEE ACTION ITEMS., IF ANY CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM

Tagged Interests: council and public safety

TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: July 31,2020

SUBJECT: Public Safety Committee Recommendations Any recommendations from the Public Safety Special Committee will be presented for consideration by the Finance Committee.

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i HUMAN RESOURCES

COMMITTEE ACTION ITEMS, IF ANY CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM
Tagged Interests: council and human resources

TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: July 311 2O2O

SUBJECT: Human Resources Committee Recommendations

Any recommendations from the Human Resources Special Committee will be presented for consideration by the Finance Committee.
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CONTRACTUAL

MATTERS CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM

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TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

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