County Commissioners

Posted on: August 25, 2017

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up Aug 22 QAC Commissioner Meeting

Meeting began at 5:30, no closed session.


Tab 2, DPW:

1. QAC Transportation Priority Letter – 2018 to Secretary Rahn for signature - approved

2. Municipal Water & Sewer Article – nice article on SKI with Todd on the cover!

Tab 3, Action:

1. RES 17-42 – Establishing Guidelines for Solar Payment in Lieu of Taxes (Pilot) Agreements – held

2. Housing Bond Allocation Transfer 2017 - yearly agree to allow the State Department of Housing and Community development housing bonds allocated to QAC - approved

3. Equitable Sharing Agreement & Certification for the QAC Drug Task Force – federal report showing use of confiscated funds - approved

4. Equitable Sharing Agreement & Certification for the QAC Sheriff’s Office – federal report showing use of confiscated funds – approved

5. Property Lien Resolutions - approved

6. FY2018 Department of Parks Capital Equipment – Truck Replacement three (3) Ford F350 Pickups from Apple Ford Fleet/Government Sales and one (1) Chevrolet Tahoe from Hertrich Fleet Services. This procurement will utilize Maryland General Services Contracts in the

amount of $121,481. Funding will come from the Department of Parks FY 2018 Capital Equipment Budget – approved

7. Old Love Point Park Tennis Court Repair - contract with American Tennis Courts, Inc. for the repair of all three (3) Tennis Courts at Old Love Point Park, utilizing the Queen Anne's County "Tennis and Basketball Courts Repairs, rebuilding and resurfacing" contract, in the amount of $60,012.75 – approved

Tab 4, Info:

1. State Discharge Permit Application

2. Proposed Relicensing of the Conowingo Hydroelectric Project

3. P&Z Monthly Department Report – July 2017

4. Amended Site Plan of the Gardens of QA’s Pier One Road

5. Permit to Appropriate & Use Waters of the State

6. CASA of the Mid-Shore thank you letter

7. Sudlersville Library thank you note

8. Sudlersville Senior Center resident complaint

9. Agline Newsletter

Tab 6, Presentations:

1. Character Counts – Responsibility – Elaine Butler, 6:15

2. Proclamation – Michael Faust newly elected VP of MD Fireman’s Association, 6:30

3. Disbursement of EDIF Funds – Paige Tilghman, 6:45 AMS – approved

Tab 7, Legislative:

County Ordinance 17-10 – Revisions to Chapter 9 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Queen Anne’s County, the Queen Anne’s County Animal Control Ordinance Public Hearing – 6:00

County Ordinance 17-13 – Imposition and Collection of Administrative Fees and Charges in Connection with Parking Citations in Queen Anne's County Public Hearing – 6:05

County Ordinance 17-11 –Citizen proposed amendments to the Chapter 18 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Queen Anne’s County – withdrawn

Amendment 1 to County Ordinance 17-12 - Amendment to Chapter 18:1 of the Code of Public Local Laws (the Queen Anne’s County Zoning and Subdivision Regulations) Regarding Moderately Priced Dwelling Units – introduced

County Ordinance 17-14 – Enumeration and Identification of Wastewater Subdistricts in the Queen Anne’s County Sanitary District – introduced

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