The November 26th meeting started at 5:00 p.m. with a closed session (Administrative Function) for Boards and Commission appointments.
The regular meeting started at 5:30 p.m.
Motion to appoint Chad Angelini to DESAC to begin effective immediately.
B. Animal Control Commission Appointment
Motion to reappoint Robert Mueller & Kathy Trotter to a five-year term on the Animal Control Commission to begin effective January 1, 2020 and end December 31, 2024. -APPROVED 5-0
C. Commission on Aging Appointment
Motion to appoint Chris Jackson to fill a remaining unexpired term on the Aging Commission to begin effective immediately and end December 31, 2022. -APPROVED 5-0
Motion to appoint Hazen Arnold, Heather Bacher, Lee Schnappinger Bridgman and Jonathan Cook to the Economic Development Commission to begin January 1, 2020 and expire December 31, 2018. -APPROVED 5-0
E. Plumbing & HVAC Board Appointment
Motion to reappoint Robert Pardoe & Zeke Warner to a 3-year term on the Plumbing Board to begin January 1, 2020 and expire December 31, 2022. -APPROVED 5-0
F. Social Services Advisory Board Appointment
Motion to appoint Robert Binner to fill a remaining unexpired term on the Social Services Advisory Board to begin effective immediately and end June 30, 2022. -APPROVED 5-0
1. Ewing Pond Park Operations
This is a contract award with David A. Bramble to pave the Ewing Pond Park parking lot in the amount of $14,000.00 from the Department of Parks and Recreation, Parking Lot Paving Capital Improvement Project. -APPROVED 5-0
2. South Island Trail Re-Paving
This is a contract with David A. Bramble to pave the 6-mile South Island Trail in the amount of $194,000.00 from the Department of Parks and Recreation, Trail Development/Maintenance/Amenities Capital Improvement Project. -APPROVED 5-0
3. FY20 Department of Parks & Recreation Capital Purchase
This is a group of various pieces of equipment for the Department of Parks & Recreation which are offered on a pre-established government contract from the US Communities and National IPA needed for turf management and winter operations. The total amount of $89,572.42 is available within the FY 2020 Capital Equipment Budget. -APPROVED 5-0
4. FY20 Department of Parks & Recreation Utility Vehicle Purchase
This is a bid for the purchase of a 2019 Kubota (RTV X900 WL-H Utility Vehicle) necessary for general Parks maintenance. The low bid is from Hoober Inc Middletown, DE in the amount of $13,285.00. Adequate funding is available in the FY 2020 Capital Equipment Budget. -APPROVED 5-0
This is a series of three (3) Resolutions 19-46, 19-47 and 19-48 to place a lien on each of the three properties for nuisance violations (unmanicured/high grass). -APPROVED 5-0
6. Partial Release of Forest Conservation Easement – The Enclave Subdivision
This is an instrument for the Partial Release of Forest Conservation Easement for the Enclave Subdivision situated at Prospect Plantation West. -APPROVED 5-0
1. Planning & Zoning Monthly Department Report – September 2019
2. Planning & Zoning Monthly Department Report – October 2019
I. Character Counts! 19th Year Proclamation
Character Counts! Proclamation for December – Caring
Kelly Huber, Wayne Humphries & Susan Coppage, Director Social Services
II. New Rural Broadband Technology
Scott Gornall, VP BAON Enterprises
III. BOE - FY21 CIP – Capital Improvement Plan for State Funding
Dr. Andrea Kane, Superintendent, Sid Pinder, COO, John Pfister, CFO & Carla Pullen Facilities Planner
This presentation is for the annual approval of the BOE 2021 Capital Improvement Program for all capital projects that have partial state funding. -APPROVED 5-0
IV. Spending Affordability Committee Report
Jon Seeman, Director Budget & Finance + Spending Affordability Committee
Motion approved 5-0 to accept all committee recommendations.
County Ordinance 19-17 - The expansion of a use and/or tenant space in a structure which occupies more than 65,000 square feet of gross floor area in the Urban Commercial Zoning District Density and Intensity Requirements in Queen Anne’s County. – INTRODUCED by Commissioner Jim Moran, Public Hearing Scheduled for January 14, 2020.
County Ordinance 19-19 - Holiday Leave for County Employees (For introduction) – This is a bill which will allow holidays to be scheduled providing for flexibility in required shift coverages. – INTRODUCED by Commissioner Jack Wilson, Public Hearing Scheduled for December 10, 2019
Safe Travels & Happy Thanksgiving! -Todd.