Agenda for Davidson Board of Commissioners’
May 28 Meeting Now Available
The Town of Davidson Board of Commissioners will meet on Tuesday, May 28 at 6:00 p.m. for their regularly scheduled meeting in the Davidson Town Hall board room.
The most recent agenda and associated documents are now available via this link:
The agenda follows:
TOWN OF DAVIDSON
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
4th Tuesday Regular Meeting - 6:00 pm
Town Hall Board Room - 216 S. Main Street
May 28, 2019
I. CALL TO ORDER
(a) Recognition of Hough STEM Team
(b) Proclamation - Tourette Syndrome Awareness Day
(c) Proclamation - National Public Works Week May 19-25, 2019
III. CHANGES TO AGENDA
IV. PUBLIC COMMENTS - The Board shall provide at least one period for public comment per month at a regular meeting.
V. PUBLIC HEARING
(a) FY2019-2020 Budget Public Hearing and Economic Development Expenditures Town Manager Jamie Justice Finance Director Pieter Swart
Summary: Public Hearing on the Proposed FY2020 Budget (Per NCGS 159-12(b)) and Public Hearing on Proposed Economic Development Expenditures (Per NCGS 158-7.1)
VI. CONSENT- Consent items are non-controversial and routine items. Prior to the board's adoption of the meeting agenda the request of any member to have an item moved from the consent agenda to old business must be honored by the board.All items on the consent agenda must be voted on and adopted by a single motion.
(a) Consider Approval of Draft Meeting April Meeting Minutes
Summary: Draft Meeting Minutes fromApril 9 work session,April 11 Civics 101,April 23 regular meeting,andApril 29 Quarterly Q&A.
(b) Consider Approval to Amend Meeting Schedule
Summary: Amend the meeting schedule to move the Quarterly Q&A meeting from Tuesday, June 4 to Thursday, June 6, 2019. The meeting would be held at 6:30pm, location to be determined.
(c) Consider Approval of Resolution 2019-21 requesting the Town of Davidson to adopt the Sources of Strength Program in partnership with DavidsonLifeLine
Summary: Hough High School adopted Sources of Strength, a Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) evidence-based suicide prevention initiative designed to work upstream from crisis to a place of building coping skills and resilience, this academic year in response to several students in crisis.
The Town of Davidson and Davidson LifeLine have worked very closely together since Davidson LifeLine’s inception in 2012 and both have key partners eager to be involved in the initiative including the Town of Davidson Police, Town of Davidson Economic Development, faith communities, 5 area high schools, various nonprofit organizations,and Davidson College.
The Parks and Recreation Department representative on Davidson LifeLine Board of Directors will begin serving as the Community of Resilience town lead.
(d) Consider Approval of Resolution 2019-22 Annexation: Lake Cornelius to Set the Public Hearing Date
Summary: Requesting the Board to approve the public hearing date for the annexation on June 25, 2019.
(e) Consider Approval of Budget Amendment 2019-31 for Solid Waste Expenditures Summary: This budget amendment appropriates $50,000 from solid waste fund balance for solid waste collection expenditures.
(f) Consider Approval of FY18-19 Audit Contract
Summary: Per North Carolina General Statute Section 159-34, the contract with the financial auditor is between the Board and auditor, and therefore must be approved by the Board. The contract under consideration is with the firm of Rowell, Craven and Short, PAto provide an audit,as required by North Carolina Statutes, of the financial statements for the year ending June 30, 2019. The expected cost of the FY2019 audit is $22,700. The engagement letter and contract are attached. Local Government Commission Approval is required for all contracts for audit services, following approval by the Board.
(g) Consider Approval of Water/Sewer Extension Request for Hoke Townhomes Summary: The developer requests that water and sewer extensions be granted to the former Hoke Lumber site to allowfor construction of +/-81 townhomes. The parcels include aformer light industrial site and single-family homes.
(h) Consider Approval of Water/Sewer Extension Request for Kistler Farm
Summary: The developer requests that water and sewer extensions be granted to these parcels for the development of 15 single-family homes. The parcels included are predominately wooded.
(i) Consider Approval of Resolution 2019-23 Requesting the North Carolina Department Transportation (NCDOT) to Relinquish Street Maintenance Responsibilities to the Town of Davidson for a Portion of Grey Road
Summary: The Town of Davidson would like to provide maintenance on 0.40 miles of Grey Road nowmaintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation as shown on the attached map.
(j) Consider Approval of Resolution 2019-23 Accepting Street Maintenance for the streets in Bailey Springs
Summary: The following streets in Bailey Springs have been constructed as public roadways in accordance with Town of Davidson Standards; Robert Walker Dr, Bradford Park Drive, Crabapple Court, Cypress Garden Drive, Brenthaven Drive,Alexandria Drive, Brookhollow Court, Park Terrace Lane, Bailey Springs Alley 1, Bailey Springs Alley 2, Bartlette Creek Drive,and Windsor Creek Court. The applicant has requested the town undertake the responsibility to maintain these public roadways.
(k) Consider Approval of Resolution 2019-25 Exempt Lake Norman Fondo Cycling Event from Section 54-1 of the Municipal Code on August 18, 2019
Summary: Lake Norman Fondo requests to be exempt from Section 54-1 of the Davidson Municipal Code for an event on the Town Green on August 18, 2019 for the consumption and distribution of alcohol.
VII. NEW BUSINESS
(a) Consider Approval of Resolution 2019-26 Exempt Davidson Lands Conservancy Run for Green from Section 54-1 of the Municipal Code on September 14, 2019
Summary: Davidson Lands Conservancy requests to be exempt from Section 54-1 of the Davidson Municipal Code for an event on the Town Green on September 14, 2019 for the consumption and distribution of alcohol.
VIII. OLD BUSINESS - Items for old business typically have been previously presented and are for discussion and possible action.
(a) Public Facilities Project Phase I and II Conceptual Design and Pricing
Special Projects Manager Dawn Blobaum, Michael Supino from Creech & Associates and Andy Aldridge from Edifice, Inc.
Summary: Representatives from Creech & Associates andEdifice, Inc. will present their conceptual design drawings andpricing information for the renovation of Public Facilities Phase I (251 South Street) and Phase II (existing Town Hall).
(b) FY2019-2020 Budget Discussion
Town Manager Jamie Justice and Finance Director Pieter Swart
Summary: The board will continue discussing the proposed FY2019-2020 Budget.
IX. SUMMARIZE MEETING ACTION ITEMS - Town Manager will summarize items where the board has requested action items for staff.
For more information on all agenda items above, please review the summaries and documents for the May 28 meeting here: https://davidson.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/MeetingView.aspx?MeetingID=803&MinutesMeetingID=-1&doctype=Agenda
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