County Commissioners

Posted on: November 16, 2017

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up on Nov 14 CC Meeting


Meeting began at 8:50 with a quick admin session to discuss PC appointments, John Perkins and Sheila Tolliver. Consensus was Shelia Tolliver during closed session and a vote was taken in open session appointing her.

Tab 2, DPW:

1. Circuit Courthouse Construction Update

2. Summary of Four Seasons Developer Improvements and Exactions
3. Request for Public Hearing – Solid Waste Composting - scheduled a public hearing for Tuesday, December 12, 2017 to amend the County's 10-year Solid Waste Plan.

4. Coastal South LLC (t/a Gardens at Queen Anne) - Public Works Agreement 24-26 Amendment No. 2 to execute the Public Works Agreement amendment with Coastal South LLC to allow for the construction of an 18-room hotel annex and five (5) cottages - approved

5. SKI Sanitary Project Progress Report

6. 2011 Comprehensive Water and Sewerage Plan (CWSP) -Amendment 11-12 – 35-37 Informational Meeting (9:20 AM)

Tab 3, Action:
1. Rural Legacy Grant Agreement - $2,759,073 for easement acquisitions – approved

2. P&Z – Amended Deed of Open Space Easement & Amended Perpetual Protective Agreement Deed of Forest Conservation Easement - Willow Branch North major administrative subdivision – approved

3. Request for Disbursement of Funds – Paul Reed Smith Guitars, L.P. - $50,000 from the EDIF fund to Paul Reed Smith, L.P. for the purpose of improving production flow and efficiency for the finish of guitars – approved

4. Request for Approval of Economic Development Commission Bylaws Revisions - reflect the responsibility for tourism and will now be named the Economic & Tourism Development Commission - held

5. Road Name Request - Oaks Landing for an approved 5 lot subdivision off of Benton Corners Road – approved

6. Property Liens – approved

7. Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council appointment - Nicole Newhouse to a four year term on the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council to begin effective immediately and end June 30, 2021 – approved

8. Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee - appoint Joseph Tvelia and Crystal Crismond Woodward to a three year term on the Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee to begin immediately and end February 29, 2020 – approved

9. Ethics Commission appointment - to appoint Mike Ranelli to a five year term on the Ethics Commission to begin January 1, 2018 and end December 31, 2022 - withdrawn
10. KNDF appointment - re-appoint Mike Harris, Sheryl Jaros, Sue Kamp and Patricia Worns to a three year term on the Kent Narrows Development Foundation to begin January 1, 2018 and end December 31, 2020 – approved

11. Plumbing Board appointment - re-appoint Michael Bozek and Michael Sipes to a three year term on the Plumbing Board to begin January 1, 2018 and end December 31, 2020 – approved

12. Personnel Board appointment - re-appoint Steve Walls to a four year term on the Personnel Board to begin January 1, 2018 and end December 31, 2021 – approved

13. Board of Appeals - Zoning appointment - re-appoint Howard Dean to a three year term on the Board of Appeals to begin January 1, 2018 and end December 31, 2020 – approved

Tab 4, Info:
1. HUD – Housing Authority report - you will note they have a "0" rating in one of the categories which requires that they send HUD a letter stating the corrective actions within 45 days

2. Jones Farm Lane Solar – Public Service Commission report

3. Casper Solar Center – Public Service Commission report - hearing on Nov 29th at Church Hill Elem School

4. MDE – Public Notices of Applications Received for State Permits

5. Crash investigations - this pertains to Commissioner Moran's question at the MDoT Tour regarding fatal crash investigations. Both MSP and QACSD is included

6. PRAB Accomplishments & Goals

7. P&Z – The Gardens of Queens Anne’s Major Site Plan

8. 2nd Annual Career Fair at the Chesapeake Bay Business Park Summary

9. Housing Authority Current Annual Rental Income at 100% Occupancy

10. BOE – transfers within major categories for October

11. Plumbing Board Minutes & Report

12. Town of Centreville notice to adjacent property owners

13. DMS – Bridges Restaurant property line adjustment
14. DMS – Site Development

15. Agline Newsletter

Tab 5, Private:
A. Planning Commission appointment – see above

Tab 6, Presentations:
I. 2017 Small Business Saturday Proclamation - Jean Fabi, 9:45

II. FY19 Spending Affordability Committee Report - Jon Seeman, 10:30

III. FY19 Budget Guidelines - Jon Seeman, 10:50 – approved

IV. Department of Emergency Services Update - Scott Haas 11:00 

V. Technology Refresh - Megan DelGaudio, 11:15 Includes request to purchase of two (2) m20 Pure storage devices from Fuse Solutions for $189,840 to provide a resilient storage infrastructure with built-in Disaster Recovery for both DES and County critical applications and data – approved

VI. EDIF Disbursement for PRS Guitars - Paige Tilghman, 11:30 includes #3 in Action Items

VII. Bay Bridge Tier 1 Study Update and Process - Todd Mohn and Todd Lange, 10:00



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