County Commissioners

Posted on: March 6, 2017

County Administrator Gregg Todd Gives a Wrap-up of the Feb. 28th County Commissioners' Meeting

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Folks,

Meeting began at 4:30 with a personnel closed session and was followed by a closed session to discuss pending litigation.

Tab 3, Action Items:

1. RES 17-07 – Bond Resolution – approved. Many thanks to Jon and his staff for the preparation work they did on the Bond Rating trip presentation that resulted in a AAA bond rating for the county! First in our history!!

2. Terex TLB840 Backhoe – FY2017 Department of Parks Capital Equipment, (1) used 2015 Terex TLB840 Backhoe from Brandywine Truck & Equipment Inc. for the purchase price of $64,520 – approved

3. Community Services - Capital Request for Vehicle Replacement Dodge Grand Caravan from Hertrich Fleet Services of Denton in the amount of $37,853 via the state contract and three (3) Ford Transit Connect Wagons from Hertrich of Easton in the amount of $43,331.50. – approved

4. DPW – Systematic replacement of fleet vehicles two (2) Volt plug-in vehicles, from Criswell Fleet Sales, Gaithersburg, MD, in the amount of $60,000, via the Maryland State Department of General Services contract #001B740014. – approved

5. Semi Annual Grant Reporting for Chesterwye Center, Semi Annual Progress Report regarding Chesterwye Center – approved

6. Social Services Advisory Board appointment request to appoint Kathy Marinucci and Jacqueline Veeney to a three (3) year term on the Social Services Advisory Board to begin effective immediately and end June 30, 2020. – approved
7. Mid Shore Behavioral Health appointment change to appoint Stirling Ward to serve as an At-Large member of the Board of Directors for Mid Shore Behavioral Health, Inc. for Queen Anne’s County. – approved

8. Budget Amendment CC-15 – Solid Waste administrative amendment – approved


Tab 4, Info Items:
1. Why QAC did not adopt tiers in response to Sustainable Growth & Ag Pres memo

2. Budget, Finance and IT Staffing

3. Planning & Zoning – monthly department report – January

4. QAC Plumbing Board Minutes

5. Board of Appeals Annual Report

6. SAM Education Briefs & Data on Marijuana Policy


Tab 5, Private:
A. Personnel

B. Legal


Tab 6, Presentations:
I. Character Counts! - Responsibility - Elaine Butler, 6:00

II. Young People Who Care Award - Elaine Butler and Angie Price, 6:10

III. Community Affairs Update - Dr. Faith Elliott-Rossing, 7:20

IV. 2016 10K Across the Bay Follow-up Summary - Dr. Faith Elliott-Rossing, Peter Paris, Sparrow Rogers and Scott Langren, 7:35

V. FEC Swearing-in of Officers - William Faust, Chair, Lonnie Anthony, Vice Chair, Tracey Johnston, Admin , 7:50

Tab 7, Legislation:

County Ordinance 17-01 – (6:20 Public Hearing) - the repeal and readoption of the Queen Anne’s County Zoning Maps to include various rezonings of parcels of land in in Queen Anne’s County
County Ordinance 17-05 – (6:25 Public Hearing) - the repeal and readoption of the Queen Anne’s County official Critical Area Overlay Maps
County Ordinance 17-02 - (6:30 Public Hearing) - the Disposition of Pending Matters upon Adoption of new Critical Area Maps Amendment to County Ordinance 17-02 9
County Ordinance 17-03 - (6:35 Public Hearing) - Revisions to the Queen Anne’s County Human Resources Ordinance, Chapter 27 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Queen Anne’s County, Maryland
County Ordinance 16-14 - (6:45 Public Hearing) - Archeological Resource Investigations in Queen Anne’s County Archeological Resource Investigation Guidelines

Amendment #1 to CO 16-14 – From PC, removes the cost of Phase II from owner and removes requirement that should unanticipated discoveries be uncovered during excavation that work cease until course of action can be determined – introduced
County Ordinance 16-15 - (6:55 Public Hearing) - Revisions to the Criteria for Major and Minor Extraction Operations

Amendment #1 to CO 16-15 - From PC limits to 1 the number of minor extractions on a lot for up to 5 years to prevent lot subdivision for another extraction – introduced
County Ordinance 16-21 - (7:05 Public Hearing) - Farm Breweries in Queen Anne’s County
County Ordinance 17-04 - (7:10 Public Hearing) - Business Personal Property Taxes in Queen Anne’s County

Thanks,

Gregg

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