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Folks,Meeting began at 8:30 on Tuesday with a possible land sale, as there is a local business interested in a county parcel. It was agreed to continue on with the negotiations.
Tab 2, DPW:1. Detention Center Facility Program Part I: Project Justification and Scope – presentation – Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates 2. Detention Center Facility Program Part II: Consultant Change Order Award – State offers 50% of cost of projects but require a submittal by March 1. Phase II is $65K. – approved Also approved as part of the motion, budget amendment cc-9 which closes out the G-Pod design project and budget amendment cc-10 which creates the Detention Center Facility Program. 3. Kent Island Branch Library – Programming Phase – Manns Woodward offer of pro-bono accepted4. FY18 General Services Vehicle Purchase – Chevy 2500 for General Services. Replacing 2004 F150 with 105,221 miles – approved 5. Town of Centreville PWA Amendment: County Office Building Associated Parcels - remaining 44 EDUS with a $688.70 non-refundable deposit totaling $30,302.80. ApprovedAlso part of the approved motion, two budget amendments, cc-12 which returns $40,501 from the DPW yard MtBe Remediation project to the capital fund balance and cc-13 which increases Sheaffer land complex by $30,303 to cover the cost of the EDU deposits. 6. Deed of Dedication - Cuff's Hollow, Hidden Way road dedication – approved 7. Systematic Replacement of Fleet Vehicle – Chevy 2500 pickup replacing a 1998 with 187,700 miles – approved
Tab 3 Action Items:1. Amended Deed of Open Space Easement & Perpetual Protective Agreement - Amended Deed of Open Space and the Amended Perpetual Protective Agreement Deed of Forest Conservation Easement for the Whitetail major administrative subdivision. – approved 2. Development Review Fee Reimbursement Request – Dogwood Acres Pet Retreat – approve the development review fee reimbursement request – approved 3. Re-certification support for MALPF – approved 4. Proclamation – In honor of Senator James Kirwan – approved 5. Property Lien’s – approved 6. Budget Amendment CC-7 – Bridge Fund – moves funds identified as part of the FY18 budget from the BRIDGE to General Capital - $1,209,000 – approved 7. Budget Amendment CC8 – Capital Equipment – Parks Utility Vehicle and blower for trails – Grant funds $20,160, County $5,040 – approved 8. Budget Amendment CC-11 – Emergency Management – budget authority for unspent FY17 grant funds to move to FY18 – approved 9. Budget Amendment CC-15 – DES – EMPG – approved
Tab 4, Info Items:1. DHCD - Emergency Services Grant update 2. DHCD – Funding Opportunity – Homeless Initiative 3. DHCD – CDBG funding 4. DNR – Program Open Space – Cross Island Trail 5. QAC Plumbing Board July Minutes
Tab 5, Private:A. Land Disposal
Tab 6, Presentations:I. Animal Welfare League Update – Suzanne Hogan, 10:00II. Shore Health Update – Patti Willis, 10:15IV. Introduction to Eastern Shore Climate Adaptation Partnership – Brian Ambrette, ESLC and Helen Spinelli, 10:45V. Recognition from the Morale Committee – Beverly Churchill, 11:00VI. Chesapeake College Presidential Search Timeline – Dr. Stuart Bounds, 11:15 VII. National Preparedness Month – Scott Haas, David Rivett, 11:30
Tab 7, Legislation:Amendment No. 1 to County Ordinance 17-13 – the imposition and collection of administrative fees and charges in connection with parking citations in QAC – Amendment added, “administrative fee not to exceed the fine” – introduced