COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SCHEDULE TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020
To comply with the Governor’s proclamation declaring a state of emergency in Maryland, to minimize the person-to-person spread of COVID-19, we encourage citizens to stay home and watch the County Commissioner’s meeting live on our QAC Website at www://qac.org/live or on QACTV’s Television channel on Atlantic Broadband cable (channel 7 or 77).
To maintain social distancing, seating will be restricted. If you have any respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough, and/or shortness of breath, please refrain from attending the meeting and notify a healthcare provider. We will be screening all meeting participants prior to entering the building.
Press and Public Comments will be accepted in person or via email. For email, send your comments to PublicComment@qac.org and we will read them during the Press & Public Comment time on the agenda.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
5:00 p.m. Patrick Thompson, Esquire, County Attorney
Mr. Michael R. Clark, Community Partnership for Children and Families Director
Under Section 3-305b(7) of the General Prevision Article
“Consult with Counsel”
Call to Order
5:30 p.m. Call to Order,
Pledge of Allegiance,
Moment of Silence,
Approval of Agenda
Accept County Commissioners’ Minutes
- Regular Minutes – July 28, 2020
- Sanitary Minutes – July 14, 2020
- Closed Session – July 28, 2020
Press and Public Comments**
5:35 p.m. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Animal Services
1. Animal Services- Operations Update Admin/Engineering/General Services
2. Department of Emergency Services - Storage Building Procurement Bid
3. Grant Agreement/Shine Like Stars Pre-School Roads
4. Comprehensive Solid Waste Plan Text Amendment Sanitary
5. FY21 Trucks - F-550 1 Ton Crew Cab - Construction Division
6. Fisherman's Village Hotel - Public Works Agreement
Mr. Todd R. Mohn, PE, County Administrator
“Presentation of Documents for Signatures and Weekly Correspondence” Action
1. Character Counts Pillar of the Month for August – Respect
2. In-person learning – BOE letter
3. Former Fisherman’s Inn modification and amendment and support letter
4. Signature Requested for Matapeake Industrial Park Grant – Semi Annual Progress Report –
Grant Number MD-11-ED-70
5. Fisherman’s Village/Schulz Development, LLC - Development Deeds and Easements
6. Property Liens
7. Community Partnerships for Children & Families appointments
8. Budget Amendment CC-5 – Aging Home Delivery Meals & Congregate Meals
9. Budget Amendment CC-6 – Tourism Grant Funds
10. Budget Amendment CC-7 – Rural Legacy
11. Budget Amendment CC-8 – CDBG - CARES Act Grant
6:00 p.m. 2011 Comprehensive Water and Sewerage Plan Amendment 11-15
- Stevensville Water Treatment Plant
Ms. Amy G. Moredock, Principal Planner, Department of Planning and Zoning
Ms. Lauren Good, Wallace Montgomery Project Manager
“Comprehensive Plan Update”
Ms. Kathryn Dilley, Executive Director
“Mid Shore Behavioral Health, Inc.”
Press and Public Comments**
* Please note the scheduled times are subject to change, except for public hearings. PUBLIC COMMENT SIGN-IN SHEET WILL BE AVAILABLE 1 HOUR PRIOR TO THE MEETING.
**Press and Public Comment at the beginning of the meeting will last 15 minutes. Additional time will be available at the end of the meeting for anyone wishing to speak. Comments are limited to 3 minutes in length. Comments longer than 3 minutes must be submitted in writing. PRESS AND PUBLIC COMMENT SIGN-IN SHEET WILL BE AVAILABLE 1 HOUR PRIOR TO THE MEETING.
***Part of the meeting may be closed to the Public in accordance to the Open Meetings Act procedures.
Two or more of the County Commissioners may be attending the following events in the next few weeks:
8/18Maryland Department of Transportation informal virtual discussion with Secretary Greg Slater and his team