County Commissioners

Posted on: November 23, 2016

County Administrator Gregg Todd's Wrap Up of Nov. 22 Commissioner Meeting



Meeting began at 4:45 on Tuesday with an administrative session to finalize boards and commissions.  Consensus was taken during the session and the following were approved in open session:

Planning Commission:

•Tom Leigh

•Robert Priest

•Tom Jackson

Kent Narrows Development Foundation:

•Jody Shultz

•Michael Foster

•Judy Wink

Parks and Rec Advisory Board:

•Lee Marks

•Toni Shelts

•Jean Waagbo

•Shawna Fachet

MACo Legislative Member and Alternate:

•Robert Buckey

•Jack Wilson (alternate)

At 5:35 Mr. Bunky Luffman, Governor Hogan’s new Eastern Shore rep, stopped in for a quick introduction.

Tab 2, DPW:

Comprehensive Water & Sewer Hearing – 6:30 – both approved

??Kalvaitis Property

??Eastern Pre-Release Camp

Tab 3, Action Items:

1. MTA Capital Grant Agreements – Federal share $68K, MTA $8,500 and our share $8,500 - approved

2. MTA Operating Grant Agreements for Transportation Development Plan – approved

3. FY2018 Budget Guidelines – approved with deletion of recommendations from the Spending Affordability Committee – commissioners want more time to review their recommendations

4. Replacement of Excavator – Solid Waste – Cat 323, $244,245.64 – approved

5. Property Liens – approved  

6. VFW Post 7464 request for parking lot repairs – held for FY18 budget

7. Budget Amendment CC-3 - Community Partnerships – approved

8. Budget Amendment CC- 6 – Courthouse – to recognize decrease in recordation tax revenues to be used for court house project – approved

9. Budget Amendment CC-7 – EDIFC – to recognize disbursements of previously awarded grants – approved

Tab 4, Informational:

1. MDE – Nontidal Wetlands & Waterways Permit App Notice of Permit Decision

2. MDE – Wye Research & Education Center State Discharge Permit

3. DHCD – Village at Slippery Hill

4. Financial Status Follow-up Capital projects per the commission request showing funding sources

5. Housing Authority Draft MOU.  

6. Planning & Zoning Monthly Department Report – October

7. Economic Development Monthly Department Report – October

8. Recognition of Wheeler Baker & Melvin Shorter

9. Living Water Lutheran Church – letter from Chris Drummond addressing access issues through Bay City

10. Cloverfields Chronicle

Tab 5, Private:

A. Boards & Commissions appointments

B. Friends of Historic Christ Church Resolution 08-23

Tab 6, Presentations:

I. Small Business Saturday – Ashley Chenault and Nancy Cooke – FYI, Nancy was just inducted into the Maryland Senior Citizen’s Hall of Fame, 6:05

II. Character Counts! – Caring and 16th anniversary – Elaine Butler, 6:15

III. Spending Affordability Committee Presentation, Jon, Joe Zimmerman, Anne McKinnon and John Wilson – 7:15

IV. Board of Education 2018 Capital Project Programs – Greg Pilweski, Sid Pinder and Carla Viar Pullen –  7:35.  

Tab 7, Legislation:

County Ordinance 16-20 – Public Hearing Ownership Disclosure before the Board of Appeals of QAC – hearing at 6:45

County Ordinance 16-16 – Public Hearing Elevator Sizes in QAC – hearing at 6:55

County Ordinance 16-19 – Public Hearing Public Ways and Sidewalks – hearing at 7:05

County Ordinance 16-22 – To be introduced Public Facilities Bond Authorization of 2017($12,596,789) – introduced

I hope everyone has a wonderful and relaxing Thanksgiving with family and friends


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