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Posted on: April 27, 2018

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of the April 24th Commissioners' Meeting

Gregg Todd square websizeFolks,

It was Budget hearings week this week and last night was the last of 3 nights of hearings. I do want to clarify one thing; the compensation for FY19 includes a 2% COLA but no Pay For Performance for County employees. 

Tab 3, Action:

1. An Agreement from MDA for Noxious Weed Control – approved

2. Capital Request for Vehicles from Community Services – (2) 2018 Chevrolet Traverse through Sport Chevrolet Co. Inc. in Silver Spring, Maryland for the approved purchase price of $55,794 for a savings of $4,206 per originally budgeted amount – approved

3. Title VI, 2018-2020 Implementation Plan of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Resolution 18-08 to be included in the FY2019 Grant Request for the Queen Anne’s County/County Ride Program – approved

4. Community Partnership Agreement (CPA)-FY2018 – approved

5. Resolution to place a lien on a property – approved

6. Broadband Advisory Board Appointment – District 1, Debbie Bowden, District 1, Adam Weinstein District 4 – approved

7. Board of Building Appeals Appointment Arthur Ebersberger – approved

8. Liquor Board Appointment reappoint Maurice Dashiell to a four year term on the Liquor Board to begin July 2, 2018 and end June 30, 2022 and to appoint Timothy Hibbard to a four year term on the Liquor Board to begin immediately and end June 30, 2022. – approved

9. Aging Commission Appointment - Judy Kropfelder and Loretta Morris to a four year term on the Aging Commission to begin effective immediately and end December 31, 2022. – approved

10. Semiannual Property Tax Payment Service Fee – no fee approved

11. Terrapin Nature Park-Program Open Space Land Conversion – approved

 

Tab 4, Info:

1. MDE Public Notice - State

2. A Thank You Letter

3. BOE Transfer within major categories

4. Notification form to adjacent property owners

5. A letter from Delegate Mautz in regards a grant for Friends for Wye Mills

Tab 6, Presentations:

I. Character Counts Pillar of the Month Caring – Elaine Butler, 6:00

II. Earth Day School Video Contest – Connie Toulson and Debbie Birch

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 – approved

Thanks,

Gregg

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