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Posted on: March 29, 2018

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of the March 27th Commissioners' Meeting

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Tuesday began with budget workshops at 2:00, followed by a closed session, land at 5:00 to discuss property in Church Hill that would work well as a DES station. Consensus in closed was to move forward with a contingent contract on the parcel and vote was taken in open session affirming.

Tab 3, Action:
1. Request for Funds Withdrawal, Kent Narrows Development Foundation - $53K – approved
2. Draft Sick Leave Donation Policy – approved
3. Department of Planning and Zoning Building Official appointment – Vivian Swinson – congrats Viv! – approved
4. A letter from Stephen Kougoures, Jr. with Life Scout Troop 1631 requesting $1,5000 for an Eagle Scout project at Camp Wright – approved
5. Land Preservation, Parks & Recreation Plan – 2017 – requires adoption or posting for more comment – approved
6. Goodhands Creek Landing Paving – David A Bramble for $24,640 and corresponding budget amendment - approved
7. Budget Amendment #CC-32 – recognizes funds from Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention, no County funds – approved

Tab 4, Info:
1. A letter from Senator Ben Cardin regarding a letter we sent about the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
2. A letter from MDE regarding approval Amendment No 11-12 which includes the Queenstown water tower and changing minor subdivision from 5 lots to 7
3. A letter from MDP regarding Amendment No 11-12, same as above
4. A letter from FEMA regarding Special Flood Hazard Area
5. A Notification to Adjacent Property Owners
6. A letter from Tomcat Solutions regarding services they offer for stray cats – Animal Control Commission is reviewing
7. Letters from citizens regarding changing the speed limit on Bennett Point Road
8. Queen Anne’s County Plumbing Board
9. Draft 2018 Annual MDOT Transportation Priority Letter

Tab 5, Private:
A. Map of parcel of land in Church Hill

Tab 6, Presentations
I. Character Counts – Trustworthiness – Elaine Butler, 6:00
II. Critical Workforce Loan Program Check Presentation – Anne Van Benschoten

Tab 7, Legislative:
Public Hearing, County Ordinance 18-01 – Fire and Emergency Service Access 6:30
Amendment 1 to County Ordinance 18-01 – Fire and Emergency Service Access –introduced
Public Hearing, County Ordinance 18-05 – Sick Leave in Queen Anne’s County 6:35

Tax Off-Set Hearing with towns – 7:00

Thanks and Happy Easter!


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