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Posted on: September 12, 2018

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of the Sept. 11 Commissioners' Meeting


Meeting started at 8:45 with admin session for two boards; the Housing Authority and the Spending Affordability Committee. Consensus was taken to hold the Housing Authority appointment and reappoint Anne Welsh to Spending Affordability Committee. Vote was taken in open session.


Tab 2, DPW:

  • MDOT Annual Tour Information – tour is next Tuesday at 3:00
  • On a motion made by Jack Wilson, a vote was taken to hold on the demolition of the old Crumpton Senior Center to allow Jack to work with the community on possible alternate uses.

Tab 3, Action Items:

1. Certificate of Need letter of support for Shore Health – approved

2. Rural Legacy Grant Agreement for Foreman Branch properties - $1,315,435 – approved

3. Request for Extension for Development Review Fee Reimbursement for Dogwood Acres (Matapeake) – approved

4. Property Liens – approved

5. TA 18-08 Minimum lot width for multifamily development in the Grasonville Neighborhood Commercial (GNC), Grasonville Village Commercial (GVC), Stevensville Historic Village Center (SHVC) and Town Center (TC) zoning districts – requires Patrick to draft an ordinance – approved

6. Budget Amendment CC-9 – Housing and Community Services – reflects actual grant award – approved

Tab 4, Info:

1. Cox Creek Connector Road

2. Citizen Letter - School Funding Flyer

3. Plumbing Board minutes

4. Queen Anne-Hillsboro VFC Thank you letter

5. Kennard Alumni Association thank you letter

6. Price Community Club thank you letter
Tab 5, Private:

A. Housing Authority Board

B. Spending Affordability Committee appointment

Tab 6, Presentations:

I. Recommendation to Sign RFI to State for Broadband Funding – Megan DelGaudio, 9:45 – approval to submit RFI

II. Detention Center Update – LaMonte Cooke, 10:00

III. Bridge to Excellence Plan Presentation – Dr. Kane, 10:15

IV. Town Police MOU – Tim McCluskey, Jim Beauchamp and Lance Richardson, 9:30. – Held for Sheriff’s review



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