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Posted on: April 13, 2018

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of the April 10th Commissioners' Meeting

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Folks,

Meeting began at 8:30 with 2 closed sessions, both consult with counsel.

Tab 2, DPW:

1. 2018 Annual MDOT Transportation Priority Letter – approved

2. Rain-for-Rent Dewatering System – info

3. Cross County Connector Trail (CCCT) – approved

4. Piney Creek Road – Local Traffic Only Sign Request – approved

5. Kent Island Traffic Relief Meeting Summary

Tab 3, Action Items:

1. Agreement of Sale for property in Church Hill – tabled

2. Budget Amendment CC-30 – Housing Revolving Loan fund to SKI Housing Fund – approved

3. Budget Amendment CC-31 – Family Law Clinic additional funding for clinic – approved

4. Budget Amendment CC-34 – Detention Center hot water heater – approved

5. Budget Amendment CC-35 – Chesapeake Heritage Visitor Center emergency repairs – approved

6. Property Tax Assessment Board appointment – Robert Warner as regular member and Margo Cook as alternate – approved

Tab 4, Info Items: 

1. Recertification of QAC Agricultural land Preservation Program

2. MD CDBG Program – MD-11-ED-70 Industrial Park Improvements

3. MDE Public Notice – Tidal Wetlands Division

4. MDE Public Notice – Dam Safety Division

5. Christ Church Day Care Center Lease Agreement

6. P&Z monthly department report – February

7. Plumbing Board February Minutes

8. Citizen Letter – Backpack Program

9. Citizen Letter Speed Limit on Bennett Point Road

Tab 5, Private

A. Legal issue

B. Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit – Phase II – Small MS4 Permit

Tab 6, Presentations:

I. National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week Proclamation – Jim Alfree 9:45

II. Mass Trauma Kit in Every Classroom – Mike Cuffin and Jennifer Brown, 9:50

III. Commissioners FY19 Proposed Budget – Jon Seeman, 10:00. FYI, proposed employee compensation for FY19 is a 2% COLA – Draft budget and citizen letter approved. Hearings on April 23, 24 and 25.

IV. Children’s Council Poster Winner – Mike Clark and Mary Beth Johnson, 10:30

Tab 7 Legislative:

County Ordinance 18-06 - Tax Credits for Dwellings Owned by Disabled Law Enforcement Officers or Rescue Workers or Spouses of Fallen Law Enforcement Officers or Rescue Workers – public hearing

Amendment 1 to County Ordinance 18-01 - Fire and Emergency Service Access – approved

County Ordinance 18-01 - Fire and Emergency Service Access – approved

County Ordinance 18-05 - Sick Leave in Queen Anne’s County – approved

Thanks,

Gregg

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