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Posted on: January 10, 2019

[ARCHIVED] County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of the Jan. 8th Commissioners' Meeting

Gregg Todd 2019 Websize SquareFolks,Commissioner’s meeting began on Tuesday at 5:00 with a personnel closed session, followed by a admin session to appoint positions on a number of boards and commissions. In the personnel closed session, the commissioners discussed naming Lynda Thomas as Deputy Executive Assistant to the Commissioners, which they voted on favorably in open session. Congrats to Lynda!

In the administrative session, they approved by consensus and during the open meeting voted on the following members to County boards and commissions:

Economic Development Commission:
Rob Marsh
John Anderes
Jeremy Reynolds
Ed Beres
Brian DeMoss
Jesse Parks
Mike Rosendale

Margaret Young

Ag Reconciliation Committee:
Mary Ralston

Plumbing Board:
Scott Jones (2 years added to existing term)

Commission on Aging:
Leslie Ray

Council for Children and Youth:
Carolyn Blades
Joan Brooks
Dorothy Carpenter
Dawn Fraser
Eric Johnson Jr.

Tab 2, DPW:
1. Request for Safety Improvements at MD 544 and 290 – letter to the State Highway Administration – approved 
2. Draft Courthouse Dedication Plaque – approved 
3. Piney Narrows Condominium Association Request Water Allocation – 4,280 gallons per day of water allocation to the Piney Narrows Condominium Association in order to connect their existing marina to County water for which a 10% refundable deposit will be required within 30 calendar days. – approved 
4. Slippery Hill Dev Request Additional Water & Sewer – an additional 4,745 gallons per day of water and sewer allocation to Green Street Housing’s Slippery Hill mixed use complex at a current cost of $258,455 for which a 10% refundable deposit will be required within 30 calendar days – approved 
5. Sudlersville to Barclay Sewer Extension – info item.

Tab 3, Action:
1. Major Subdivision, amended Deed of Forest Conservation Easement – approved 
2. MALPF State matching Fund Program – letter of intent to participate – approved 
3. Foreman Branch Rural Legacy Area Expansion of 1,095 acres to the existing Foreman Branch Rural Legacy area – approved 
4. Draft Standard Operating Policy – Drug and Alcohol Testing Policies and Sick and Safe Leave Policy – approved 
5. Request for EDIF — Kent Narrows Marine, LLC – disbursement of $61,502.70 from the EDIF fund to Kent Narrows Marine, LLC for the purpose of purchasing equipment related to the operation of the project known as Kent Narrows Boatel – approved 
6. TA/CO 18-11 revisions to CH 18 – motion is to schedule a hearing, this is related to high speed diesel in High Commercial zoning districts – held 
7. Workforce Investment Board Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act – requires signatures – approved 
8. Hospice request to waive impact fee of $2,484.25 for Compass Regional Hospice – approved 
9. Public Hearing on proposed changes to the Alcoholic and Beverages Article – approved to schedule a public hearing

Tab 4, Information:
1. MDOT — Proposed Beach to Bridge Traffic Plan – FYI, we are scheduling a meeting 
2. Dept of Health — FY2018 Savings – Dr. C always gives us back a couple of hundred grand but this year was exceptionally good at $500K. 
3. Chesapeake Bay Foundation Grant 
4. Plumbing Board Minutes 
5. An Update from Ms. Mary Margaret Revell Goodwin Historical Accomplishments for 2018

Tab 5, Private:
A. KNDF Board appointments 
B. EDC Board appointments 
C. Plumbing board appointments 
D. AG Reconciliation Committee appointments 
E. Commission on Aging appointments 
F. Children & Youth Council appointments

Tab 6, Presentations:
I. Shore Health Update – Ken Kozel and Patti Willis – 6:00
II. Centreville Road Project Update – Kip Mathews, Mike Whitehill 6:15
III. Parks & Recreation Update – Steve Chandlee, 6:30
IV State Fireman’s Association Update – Mike Faust, 6:45

Tab 7, Legislative:
County Ordinances Drafted by Previous Board that need to be Withdrawal: 15-05, 16-10 And amendment Ito 16-10, 16-11, 16-14 and 17-10 – all withdrawn 
County Ordinance 19-01 - the Expansion of the Kent Narrows Commercial Management and Waterfront Improvement District Established Under Article IV of Chapter 5 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Queen Anne’s County – introduced
County Ordinance 19-02 - Applicability of the Queen Anne’s County Ethics Ordinance, Chapter 8 of the Code of Public Local Laws – introduced 
County Ordinance 19-03 — Public Facilities Bond Authorization of 2019 – introduced.


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