Agenda for Davidson Board of Commissioners’
March 27 Regular Meeting Now Available
The Town of Davidson Board of Commissioners will meet on Tuesday, March 27 in the Davidson Town Hall board room at 6:00 p.m. for their regularly scheduled meeting.
The most recent agenda and associated documents are now available via this link:
The agenda follows:
TOWN OF DAVIDSON
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
216 South Main Street
March 27, 2018
I. CALL TO ORDER
(a) Swearing in of Police Officer Kanita Boone
III. CHANGES TO AGENDA
IV. COMMISSIONER REPORTS - Each board member provides an update of the outside board to which they have been appointed
(a) Centralina Council of Governments - Commissioner Autumn Rierson Michael
Lake Norman Chamber - Commissioner Matthew Fort
Visit Lake Norman - Commissioner Jim Fuller
Lake Norman Regional Economic Development Organization - Commissioner David Sitton
North Mecklenburg Alliance - Commissioner David Sitton
Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization - Commissioner Jane Campbell
Lake Norman Transportation Commission - Commissioner Jane Campbell
Metropolitan Transportation Commission - Mayor Rusty Knox
V. OLD BUSINESS - Items for old business have been previously presented and are for discussion and possible action
(a) Beaty Street Property Task Force Discussion and Public Comment - Parks and Recreation Director Kathryn Spatz
Summary: At its March 13, 2018 meeting, the Board of Commissioners voted to create a task force to develop 100% of the town-owned land on Beaty Street as a park and to discuss the composition of the task force at its March 27 meeting.
(b) Consider Approval of Draft Strategic Plan 2018-2019 - Town Manager Jamie Justice
Summary: At their March 21 mini-retreat, the board of commissioners provided more detail on their vision for the town, particularly in the areas of land use, historic preservation, economic development, and affordable housing. They will discuss this latest draft of the strategic plan and consider it for approval. Once approved, staff members will create a work plan for each action step and provide quarterly updates on progress.
(c) Discuss and Finalize Potential Changes to the Town’s Vision Statement and Core Value #5 - Public Information Officer Cristina Shaul
Summary: The Davidson Mayor and Board of Commissioners have discussed changes to the Town of Davidson’s vision statement and core value #5 over the past few months. Attached is the latest document showing the current vision and core value, and proposed changes to which the members of the board can react. During this time at the March 27th meeting, the mayor and commissioners will be able to offer up their suggestions for further wordsmithing and next steps.
(d) Public Facilities Update and Consider Budget Authorization Summary -- Assistant Town Manager Dawn Blobaum
Summary: The board of commissioners requested further investigation into several sites for public facilities. We have information on the former IB School, Metrolina Warehouse, the PW site and other sites in the vicinity. To move forward with more detailed study of the former IB School site, we will need authorization to engage the architect, construction manager, and other consultants if required.
VI. DISCUSSION ITEMS - Items for discussion are typically when the board will engage on a topic and no vote is planned
(a) Mobility Plan Update -- Senior Planner Travis Johnson
Summary: Provide an update on the revised schedule for the Mobility Plan, currently underway. Included is a brief summary of past transportation plans.
(b) Expansion to Local Historic District Process - Senior Planner Chad Hall
Summary: Provide an update on the Local Historic District expansion process.
(c) Davidson-Concord Rd/ Robert Walker Dr. Roundabout Discussion - Public Works Director Doug Wright
Summary: General Obligation Bond review and discussion prior to consideration of approval at April 10 meeting.
(d) Review General Obligation (GO) Bonds Potential Parks Projects - Parks & Recreation Director Kathryn Spatz
Summary: Discussion of the potential projects for the Parks GO Bonds. This is part two of the potential projects.
(e) Benchmarking in Budget - Finance Director Piet Swart
Summary: Open board discussion regarding benchmarking and key performance indicators (KPIs) for use in the budget approval process.
(f) Review Public Comment Period Policy - Town Manager Jamie Justice
Summary: According to the Town of Davidson Rules of Procedure the board may adopt reasonable rules for public comment periods.
VII. SUMMARIZE MEETING ACTION ITEMS - Town Manager will summarize items where the board has requested action items for staff
Please note that there is a public comment period related to the Beaty Street Property Task Force Discussion (Old Business Item V. (a)). The board of commissioners will vote to suspend the rules to accept a public comment period during the fourth meeting of the month, a meeting that typically does not have public comment periods.
For more information on all agenda items above, please review the summaries and documents for the March 27 meeting here: https://davidson.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/MeetingView.aspx?MeetingID=700&MinutesMeetingID=371&doctype=Agenda
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