Tuesday, February 5, 2002
F. Gordon Battle Courtroom
106 E. Margaret Lane
Hillsborough, NC 27278
WITH THE “AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT”
- interpreter services and/or special sound equipment are available
with prior notice. If you
need this assistance, call the County Clerk’s office at 732-8181,
ext. 2130. If you are
disabled and need assistance, contact the ADA Coordinator at extension
2300 or TDD# 644-3045.
TIMES LISTED AFTER EACH ITEM
- these are approximate times. Citizens
are encouraged to be at the meeting at the starting time.
The Board usually considers items in the order listed and
proceeds at a steady pace. As
a courtesy to others, speakers are asked to limit their comments to
INFORMATION ON AGENDA ITEMS
- is available in the Clerk’s office and complete copies of agenda
material are located at the Orange County Library in Hillsborough and
the Chapel Hill Library in Chapel Hill.
ADDITIONS OR CHANGES TO THE
The Board of Commissioners pledges to the citizens of Orange
County its respect. The Board asks its citizens to conduct themselves
in a respectful, courteous manner, both with the Board and with fellow
citizens. At any time
should any member of the Board or any citizen fail to observe this
public charge, the Chair will ask the offending person to leave the
meeting until that individual regains personal control.
Should decorum fail to be restored, the Chair will recess the
meeting until such time that a genuine commitment to this public
charge is observed.
CITIZEN & AUDIENCE
Matters not on the Printed
Matters on the Printed
matters will be considered as the Board addresses the items on the
COUNTY MANAGER'S REPORT
in Support of Morgan Creek Valley Alliance
Board will consider a resolution of support for the newly formed
Morgan Creek Valley Alliance.
Board will consider a resolution of support for Pat Sanford.
SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS (8:10-8:15)
County Program Award: Public Works Deconstruction Project
Board will receive the Outstanding County Program Award from the N.C.
Association of County Commissioners.
PUBLIC HEARINGS (8:15-8:30)
County Consolidated Housing Plan Update
Board will receive public comment on the housing and non-housing needs
to be included in the 2002-2003 annual update of the Consolidated
ITEMS FOR DECISION -
of Tax Liens on Real Property
The Board will receive a report on the amount of unpaid taxes for
the current year for which the Board will consider advertising and
placing liens on real property required by N.C.G.S. 105-369 and
setting March 13, 2002 as the date for the advertisement.
Creating a Special Board of Equalization and Review
Board will consider the appointment of Equalization and Review to
comply with the North Carolina Machinery Act.
Ordinance Revision: Retirement System Sick Leave Cap Removal
The Board will consider revising the personnel ordinance to remove
the cap on the amount of sick leave for which time in service may be
granted at retirement.
The Board will consider budget ordinance amendments and grant and
capital project ordinances.
Farm National Register Nomination, HP-1-02
The Board will consider a recommendation by the Historic
Preservation Commission to nominate the Holden-Roberts farm for
listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
Aerial Survey of Landfill Property
The Board will consider approving contract with Suttles Surveying,
P.A. to conduct aerial photography and produce a topographical map of
the Orange County landfill property.
to Household Hazardous Waste Contract
Board will consider amending the existing contract with Safety-Kleen,
Inc. to extent household hazardous waste collection services through
June 30, 2002.
Department Agreements with CHCCS and OCS for School Nurses
Board will consider approval of agreements with the two school systems
for school nurse funding.
in Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting Schedule
Board will consider changing the beginning time of its February 11
closed session to 6:30 p.m.
to the Human Services Advisory Commission
Board will consider one reappointment to the Human Services Advisory
to the Commission for Women
Board will consider two appointments to the Commission for Women.
to the Human Relations Commission
Board will consider two appointments to the Human Relations
to the Chapel Hill/Orange County Visitors Bureau
Board will consider one reappointment to the Chapel Hill/Orange County
Board will consider correction and/or approval of minutes of the
following meetings: Nov. 7, 2001 regular meeting; Nov. 13, 2002 work
session; Nov. 19, 2001 regular meeting; Nov. 26, 2001 work session and
quarterly public hearing; and, Nov. 29, 2001 work sessions.
ITEMS FOR DECISION -
Bond/HOME Programs: Residential Services Continuing Care Center (8:40-8:55)
Board will consider a capital project ordinance authorizing the
payment of $275,000 in housing bond funds to Residential Services,
Inc.; and, a development agreement with the company on behalf of the
HOME Consortium for the development of a proposed continuing care
Advertisement for February 25, 2002 Quarterly Public Hearing (8:55-9:10)
Board will consider authorizing the legal advertisement for the Feb.
25, 2002 quarterly public hearing.
Community Development Project for Rogers Road
Water Line Connections (9:10-9:25)
Board will consider approval of grant/loan funding for connections
between eligible properties to a main waterline installed by OWASA in
the Rogers Road neighborhood.
to the Affordable Housing Advisory Board (9:25-9:30)
Board will consider eight appointments to the Affordable Housing
to the Chapel Hill Planning Board: Joint Planning Area Position (9:30-9:35)
Board will consider one appointment of a representative of the joint
planning area to the Chapel Hill Planning Board.
Report: Water Conservation and Demand Management Ordinance (9:35-9:55)
Board will hear a report from OWASA on a proposed water conservation