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Posted on: June 13, 2018

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of the June 12th Commissioners' Meeting

Gregg Todd square websizeFolks,

Meeting started at 8:30 with a closed session to discuss a lease issue with counsel.

Tab 2, DPW:


1. Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) Agreement Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) Contract for FY2019 – approved

2. Kent Island Branch Library – Design and Contract Administration Services – Becker Morgan Group for $441,650 – approved


3. FY 2019 Liquid Asphalt Emulsion Bid – Hammaker East LTD – approved


4. Perry’s Retreat Subdivision - Request for Water Allocation and Additional Sewer Allocation – approved

Solid Waste

5. Systematic Replacement of Box Truck – Ford F450 Super Duty with 14’ Supreme van body - $52,732 - approved

Tab 3, Action:

1. Annual MACo dues – $15,113.

2. Resolution Establishing Guidelines for Solar Payment in Lieu of Taxes (Pilot) Agreement – this is the change to reflect adding community solar projects to the resolution – approved

3. Request for Disbursement of EDIF Funds – Glass Valve Brewing d/b/a Cult Classic Brewing, $45,348 from the EDIF for tanks – approved

4. Development Review Fee Reimbursement Request – Kent Narrows Boatel Site Plan - $24,079.50. – approved

5. Property Liens – approved

6. Board of Building Appeals appointment Cheryl-Ann Wargotz to a three year term on the Board of Building Appeals to begin immediately and end June 30, 2021 – approved

7. Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee appointment – appoint Robert Berney to a three year term on the Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee to begin immediately and end February 28, 2021 –approved

8. UpperShore Workforce Investment Board – re-appoint William Bailey and Beverly Churchill to a three year term on the Uppershore Workforce Investment Board to begin July 1, 2018 and end June 30, 2021 – approved

9. Housing Bond Allocation Transfer 2018 – Department of Housing & Community Development as described and recommended by the Department of Community Services – Housing Division – approved

10. Budget Amendment CC-1 Kent Transportation Plan – 80% funded through BMC and 20% through County (developer extractions) – approved

11. Budget Amendment CC-2 Baltimore Metropolitan Council Grant – reflects new BMC grant funding amount – approved

Tab 4, Info Items:

1. MDE notice of Application received for State Permit & opportunity for hearing

2. MD – Casper Solar Center

3. Permit to appropriate & Use Waters of the state

4. MDE Tidal Wetlands Division application – Kent Narrows Dredging – includes maps and depths of proposed channel dredging

5. MD – Waterway Improvement Fund grant notice: KN Dredging $800K, Exploration Center bulkhead $202.5K, Price Creek dredging $800K, Grasonville VFD thermal imaging camera $10K.

6. MDE - notice of Application received for State Permit

7. MDE - notice of Application received for State Permit

8. Centreville – Notice to adjacent property owners

9. 2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

Tab 5, Private:

A. Vineyards/Gardens History

B. Delmarva WiFi Tower Request and response

C. Queenstown Annexation – Salthouse LLC

Tab 6, Presentations:

I. GROCO 100th Anniversary Proclamation – Don Gross, 9:45

II. YMCA Update – Robbie Gill, 10:15

III. Annual Report/Presentation Regarding Behavioral Health Trends and Annual Planning – Katie Dilley, Mid Shore Behavioral Health and Megan Pinder, QAC 10:30 – letter of agreement between Mid Shore and County approved

IV. Law Enforcement Officer of the Year – Detention Center Cpl, Gregory Mears, 10:05 – congrats to Cpl. Mears!

Tab 7, Legislation:

County Ordinance 18-07 - the Standards of Care under the Queen Anne’s County Animal Control Ordinance, Chapter 9 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Queen Anne’s County, Maryland – Public Hearing, 10:00 – was approved as emergency legislation – goes into effect immediately



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