County Commissioners

Posted on: February 15, 2018

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of Feb 13 CC Meeting

Meeting began at 8:30 am with a closed session to discuss daycare lease at Historic Christ Church. Commissioners vote in open session to sign the proposed lease for 1 year and send to Shines Like Stars for their signature.

Tab 2, DPW

1. Detention Center Roof Replacement Contract Award – construction contract to AKJ, Inc. of Stevensville, Maryland in the amount of $200,643 and authorize the Director of Public Works to issue the Notice of Award and to execute the contract on behalf of the

County Commissioners – approved

2. Deed of Dedication - Willow Branch Phase II – approved

3. Earth Day School Video Contest & Countywide Roadside Cleanup Event – approved

4. Comprehensive Solid Waste Plan Text Amendment Public Hearing discussion and adoption of Resolution 17-87 – approved

5. Amendment No. 2 and No. 3 to Public Works Agreement with JVVS, LLC – approved

Tab 3, Action Items:

1. Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) Operating Grant Agreements – approved

2. Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) Capital Grant Agreements – approved

3. CDBG for expenses paid regarding the Chesterwye Project – approved

4. Matapeake Industrial Park Grant – Semi Annual Progress Report – approved

5. Engineering Services for Kent Narrows Dredging Project – contractual agreement with Bayland Consultant & designers, Inc. for engineering services. This contract will be for $39,500 for services described in the request for proposals, addendum and proposal. – approved

6. Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Program – purchase 21 Physio- Control Automatic External Defibrillators and accessories under the State of Maryland contract pricing totaling $38,679 – approved

7. 50/50 MIEMSS Cardiac Monitor Grant – purchase one (1) Zoll cardiac monitor under the awarded Maryland Institute of Emergency Medical Services Systems SO/50 grant totaling $32,816.40. – approved

8. Hazard Mitigation Plan Update – contract with Smith Planning and Design, L.L.C, to proceed with the Hazard Mitigation Update – approved

9. DESAC Appointment – re-appoint Charles Melson to a two year term on the Department of Services Advisory Council to begin May 1, 2018 and end April 30, 2020. – approved

10. Property Liens – approved

11. Budget Amendment CC-22 – Baltimore Metropolitan Council Grant – recognizes grant revenue – approved

12. Budget Amendment CC-23 – Traffic Study – increases FY18 budget from $100K to $175K – approved

13. Budget Amendment CC-24 – New County Courthouse – recognizes $77K in grant funds from State for security equipment – approved

14. Budget Amendment CC-26 – Community Partnerships – recognizes additional monies from the Governor’s Office for Children – approved

15. Budget Amendment CC-27 – Community Partnerships – recognizes additional monies from the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention – approved

16. Budget Amendment CC-29 – Sheriff’s Office – recognizes additional deputy hiring as part of Court House security – approved

17. Hogan letter supporting LMB’s through reinstating $2 million to Children’s Cabinet Interagency Funds – approved

18. Letters to federal delegation supporting Bay Bridge funding – approved

Tab 4, Info Items:

1. DNR – Limited Rifle Deer Hunting Opportunities in QAC – letter offering DNR’s support

2. MACo – Potential Expansion of MACo OPEB Trust Structure to Land Fill Post-Closure Reserves - does not apply to us due to our regional landfill

3. P&Z Monthly Department Report – November 2017

4. QAC Plumbing Board Minutes – December 21, 2017

5. Small Business Development Center

Tab 6, Presentations:

I. Economic Development Commission Update – Paige Tilghman 10:00 am - Economic Development Commission Bylaw revisions – approved pending one change

II. Public Hearing - CDBG Project – Chesterwye, Mike Clark, 10:15

III. Shore Health Update – Ken Kozel and Patti Willis, 10:30

IV. Impacts of Federal Tax Act – Jon Seeman, 10:45

V. Kent Island Library Expansion Project Update – John Walden 11:00

VI. Rare Disease Day Proclamation – cancelled

VII. Soil Conservation Proposed Fee Increase Review – postponed

VIII. A Better Maryland – MDP, 1:30

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