TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018


Call to Order

5:20 p.m. Mr. Gregg Todd, County Administrator
Closed Session

5:30 p.m.  Call to Order,
Pledge of Allegiance, 
Moment of Silence, 
Approval of Agenda

5:32 p.m. Accept County Commissioners’ Minutes
- Regular Minutes – July 10, 2018
- Closed Session – July 10, 2018

5:35 p.m. Press and Public Comments**

New Business

5:40 p.m. Mr. Gregg Todd, County Administrator 
“Presentation of Documents for Signatures and Weekly Correspondence”
1. A Categorical Transfer from the BOE
2. DESAC Appointment Request
3. Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board Appointment
4. Amended Deed of Open Space Easement
5. Budget Amendment CC-37
6. Budget Amendment CC-4
7. Budget Amendment CC-6  
8. Budget Amendment CC-7


6:00 p.m. Ms. Elaine Butler, Character Counts!
Character Counts – “Respect”

6:15 p.m. Public Hearing
County Ordinance 18-03 - A Citizen Sponsored Map Amendment
Proposing the Rezoning of Parcel 77 (Deed Parcel 1) on Queen Anne’s
County Sectional Zoning Map No. 56 from Kent Island Suburban
Commercial (KISC) District to Suburban Industrial (SI) District

6:40 p.m. Mr. Todd Mohn, Director, Department of Public Works
Mr. Steven Cohoon, Public Facilities Planner
“Update on US 50/301 Traffic Counters”

6:55 p.m. Press and Public Comments**


7:05 p.m. Commissioner’s Roundtable
* Please note that Schedule times are subject to change, except for public hearings.

** 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.

*** 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 will be attending the following events in the next few weeks: