Orange County Board of Commissioners
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Library in Chapel Hill.
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. All electronic devices such as cell phones, pagers, and computers should please be turned off or set to silent/vibrate.
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a. Matters not on the Printed Agenda (THREE MINUTE LIMIT PER SPEAKER – Written comments may be submitted to the Clerk to the Board.)
Petitions/Resolutions/Proclamations and other similar requests submitted by the public will not be acted upon by the Board of Commissioners at the time presented. All such requests will be referred for Chair/Vice Chair/Manager review and for recommendations to the full Board at a later date regarding a) consideration of the request at a future regular Board meeting; or b) receipt of the request as information only. Submittal of information to the Board or receipt of information by the Board does not constitute approval, endorsement, or consent.
b. Matters on the Printed Agenda
(These matters will be considered when the Board addresses that item on the agenda below.)
The Board will consider presenting checks to local artists and nonprofit organizations receiving Orange County Arts Grants.
The Board will consider proclaiming September 2011 as Orange County Preparedness Month and authorize the Chair to sign the proclamation.
The Board will consider correcting and/or approving the minutes from May 10 and June 9 and 14, 2011 as submitted by the Clerk to the Board.
b. Appointments – None
The Board will consider receiving the jail inspection report for July 14, 2011 from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
The Board will consider an impact fee reimbursement request from Habitat for Humanity of Orange county, NC, Inc. for $53,312 for seven (7) homes recently constructed in the County.
The Board will consider authorizing the use of paycards as an additional option of paying employees and authorize the Manager to sign.
The Board will consider approving various intergovernmental agreements and authorize the Manager to sign.
The Board will consider granting an easement between Orange County and SunTrust Bank as well as an easement pertaining to the properties at 112 and 118 N. Churton Street and authorize the Chair to execute the documents.
The Board will consider approving a resolution authorizing application to the Local Government Commission (LGC) to issue up to $45.5 million in Limited Obligation Refunding bonds to refund the 2007 Certificates of Participation.
The Board will consider awarding the bid and approving a construction contract to Warren Hay Mechanical, Hillsborough, NC, in the amount of $679,326 for the installation of geothermal HVAC system a John M. Link, Jr. Government Services Center to replace the existing system and authorize the Chair to sign subject to final review by the County Attorney.
The Board will receive a report from Planning and Economic Development staff and consultant Obrien/Atkins Associates on economic development potential and One-Quarter (1/4) Cent Sales Tax educational material.
10. County Manager’s Report
11. County Attorney’s Report
13. Board Comments (Three Minute Time Limit Per Commissioner)
14. Information Items
15. Closed Session
A summary of the Board’s actions from this meeting will be available on the County’s website the day after the meeting.