Seal
 
 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SCHEDULE
TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2021
 LEGISLATIVE DAY
 
These meetings are streamed live on our QAC Website at qac.org/live and broadcasted on QACTV’s Television channel on Atlantic Broadband cable channel 7 or in HD 507.
 
Press and Public Comments will be accepted in person or via email and we will read them during the Press & Public Comment time on the agenda. Please send your email comments to PublicComment@qac.org or live comments by going to https://www.qac.org/1430/Public-Comment-During-Live-County-Meetin We will accept comments up until the end of the meeting.  Citizens are asked to submit all other written testimony to the County Commissioners by mail at 107 N. Liberty Street, Centreville, MD 21617 or by email at qaccommissionersandadministrator@qac.org
 
 Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.


 

1.

Closed Session

                       5:00 p.m.         Patrick Thompson, Esquire, County Attorney

Under Section 3-305(b) (8) of the General Prevision Article

                                                “Pending or Potential Litigation”

                                                

                        5:20 p.m.         Beverly Churchill, Director of Human Resources

Under Section 3-305(b) (1) of the General Prevision Article

                                                “Personnel” 

2.

Call to Order

5:30 p.m.         Call to Order,

                                    Pledge of Allegiance,

                                    Moment of Silence,

                                    Approval of Agenda

 

                                                Accept County Commissioners’ Minutes

- Regular Minutes – August 10, 2021

- Closed Session – August 10, 2021

 

                                                Press and Public Comments**

3.

New Business

5:45 p.m.         Mr. Todd R. Mohn, PE, County Administrator

“Presentation of Documents for Signatures and Weekly Correspondence”

Action

1. Property Liens for Nuisance Violations 

2. Worcester Road – Public Hearing Request

3. MD State Library Certification for State Aid – FY 2022 

4. Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board – MOU

5. Property Tax Credit for Disabled or Fallen Emergency Worker

6. Department of Parks Equipment Purchase

7. FY22 Budget Amendment CC-4 for Romancoke Pier, Public Landing

8. Budget Amendment CC-5 – Employee COLA & Average PFP

9. Budget Amendment CC-6 – Emergency Rental Assistance Program Grant

10. Budget Amendment CC-7 - BOE FY22 Annual Certification.

11. Budget Amendment CC-10 – DES Warehouse Project

4.

Presentations

                        6:00 p.m.         Public Hearing

County Ordinance 21-06 - Accessory Structures in Side Yards of Property Abutting Two Streets

 

                        6:15 p.m.         Patrick Thompson, Esquire, County Attorney

                                                “Redistricting Required Due to the Census”

 

6:30 p.m.         Press and Public Comments**

 

                        6:40 p.m.         Commissioner’s Roundtable

Documents:
  1. ORD 21-06.pdf
5.

Closed Session

6:45 p.m.         Kurt J. Fischer, Esquire, Venable, LLP

Under Section 3-305(b) (7) of the General Prevision Article

                                                “Consult with Counsel”

* Please note the scheduled times are subject to change, except for public hearings. PUBLIC COMMENT SIGN-IN SHEET WILL BE AVAILABLE 1 HOUR PRIOR TO THE MEETING.

 

**Press and Public Comment at the beginning of the meeting will last 15 minutes. Additional time will be available at the end of the meeting for anyone wishing to speak.  Comments are limited to 3 minutes in length.  Comments longer than 3 minutes must be submitted in writing.  PRESS AND PUBLIC COMMENT SIGN-IN SHEET WILL BE AVAILABLE 1 HOUR PRIOR TO THE MEETING.  

 

***Part of the meeting may be closed to the Public in accordance to the Open Meetings Act procedures.

            

Three or more of the County Commissioners may be attending the following events in the next few weeks:

            August 27        County Employee Picnic

           September 1     QAC Goes Purple

           September 6     Annual Labor Day Parade & Picnic