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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SCHEDULE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2020
LEGISLATIVE DAY

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 that citizens stay home and watch the County Commissioner’s meeting live on our QAC Website at qac.org/live or on QACTV’s Television channel on Atlantic Broadband cable (channel 7 or in HD 507).

To maintain social distancing, seating will be limited. 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 is encouraged.  Please send your written comments to PublicComment@qac.org or speak live by going to qac.org/publiccomment

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.




1.

Closed Session

         5:15 p.m.          Under Section 3-305b(1) of the General Prevision Article
                                  “Boards/Commissions”
2.

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 – October 13, 2020
                                  - Closed Session – October 13, 2020

                                  Press and Public Comments**
3.

New Business

         5:45 p.m.          Mr. Todd R. Mohn, PE, County Administrator 
                                  “Presentation of Documents for Signatures and Weekly Correspondence”
                                  Action
                                  1. Signatures for paychecks – part of upgrade of Finance application
                                  2. Legislative Request for 2021 State Legislative Session
                                  3. FY20 Department of Parks and Recreation CAPITOL PROJECT
                                  4. Department of P&R Artificial Turf Fee Changes
                                  5. Request for Economic Development Incentive Funding – Shines Like Stars Preschool
                                  6. Request for Economic Development Incentive Funding – Chesapeake Environmental Lab, Inc
                                  7. Commercial Real Property Tax Credit Request – Kent Narrows Enterprises, LLC
                                  8. Commercial Real Property Tax Credit Request – Kent Narrows Marine, LLC
                                  9. International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED) Quality Assurance & Improvement
                                  10. Computer-Aided Dispatch, Records Management System, and Mobility Public Safety Solution 
                                  11. Property Lien’s
                                  12. FY2022 Budget Calendar
                                  13. Budget Amendment CC-18 – CommUNITY Mentoring
                                  14. Budget Amendment CC-19 – Chesapeake Helps
                                  15. Budget Amendment CC-38 – Recreation Summer Days
4.

Presentations

         6:00 p.m.          Mr. Kenneth Kozel, University of Maryland Shore Regional Health CEO
                                  Mr. Arvin Singh, University of Maryland Shore Regional Health Vice President for Strategy and Communications
                                  “Shore Health Update”

         6:15 p.m.          Dr. Jane Wang, Medical Director
                                  Ms. Mary Alice Vanhoy, Manager
                                  Ms. Lisa Lisle, Coordinator
                                  “Queenstown Emergency Center 10-year Anniversary Proclamation”

         6:20 p.m.          Mr. Scott A. Haas, Department of Emergency Services Director
                                  “Department of Emergency Services Update”
5.

Legislation

         6:30 p.m.          Legislative Session
                                  Amendment to Ordinance 20-08 - (to be introduced) (available to be voted on)

                                  Ordinance 20-08 - provisions for alcohol production facilities (to include distilleries) in the Agricultural and
                                  Countryside Districts in Queen Anne’s County, defining certain terms and correcting the definition of farm
                                  brewery (available to be voted on)

                                  Ordinance 20-12 - Timing of Response to Ethics Complaints by the Queen Anne’s County Ethics Commission
                                  (available to be voted on)

         6:40 p.m.          Press and Public Comments** 

         6:50 p.m.          Commissioner’s Roundtable
* Please note that Schedule 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 Comments 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.  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.

****Agendas will be posted by 4:30 pm the Friday prior to the meeting.  The meeting attachments will be posted on the agenda by 4:30 pm the Monday prior to the meeting.

Three or more of the County Commissioners may be attending the following events in the next few weeks:

11/2 - Portrait presentation to Judge Ross by the Bar Association