Orange County Board of Commissioners
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Library in Chapel Hill.
Additions or Changes to the Agenda
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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.
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a. Matters not on the Printed Agenda
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(These matters will be
considered when the Board addresses that item on the agenda below.)
County Manager's Report
Items for Decision--Consent Agenda
Minutes - None
Appointments - None
The Board will receive the jail inspection report for August 30, 2006 from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
The Board will consider adoption of a resolution to release property values related to one (1) request for property tax release in accordance with N.C. General Statute 105-381.
The Board will consider approving value changes made in property values after the 2006 Board of Equalization and Review has adjourned.
The Board will consider four (4) untimely applications for exemption/exclusion from ad valorem taxation for the 2006 tax year.
The Board will consider adopting a resolution that provides for final approval of the installment financing component of the Carrboro High School project that is under construction in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) system.
The Board will consider approving budget ordinance amendments for fiscal year 2006-07.
The Board will consider awarding three housing rehabilitation contracts for the CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Program administered by the County for the Town of Chapel Hill.
The Board will consider approving a new fee of $130 for Gardicil vaccine for the Health Department.
The Board will consider approval of the two-year Work First Plan for 2007-2009.
The Board will consider accepting grant funds available to operate Work First pilots.
The Board will consider receiving Criminal Justice
Partnership (CJPP) implementation grant funds totaling $176,538 from the
NC Department of Correction and to approve contracts for the continuation
of local services and authorize the Chair to sign contingent upon final
review by staff and the County Attorney.
Resolutions or Proclamations
The Board will consider a resolution to
declare December 9, 2006 as Reverend John R. Manley Day in Orange County.
The Board will receive a status report regarding LEP populations in Orange County, the County's efforts to serve LEP populations to date, and recommendations to improve service to LEP populations and provide comments, direction, or questions to County Staff.
The Board will receive a
presentation from Chris Dreps, the Coordinator of the Supper Neuse River
Basin Association (UNRBA) and its request for additional funding.
The Board will receive public input regarding
the development of an expanded county campus in downtown Hillsborough; to
approve and authorize the Chair to sign an Agreement of Intent to purchase
the Project as defined in the Agreement of Intent; to lease with option to
purchase the Auxiliary Project as defined in the Agreement of Intent; and
to exempt the professional design services and construction manager at
risk contracts from the qualifications-based selection process as allowed
by G.S. 143-64.32; and to authorize the Chair to sign the Agreement of
Items for Decision--Regular Agenda
The Board will consider approving a right of way agreement as requested by Duke Power for power lines to be installed for the Seymour Senior Center on the Human Services Campus on Homestead Road, Chapel Hill; and authorize the Chair to sign.
The Board will consider authorizing a contract with Dixon Weinstein Architects for services associated with the design of the new Animal Services Facility on Eubanks Road, Chapel Hill and services associated with the regulatory approvals required for the project, at a cost not to exceed $623,375, plus reimbursable costs; and authorize the Chair to sign.
The Board will consider the legal advertisement for items to be presented at the Board of County Commissioners/Planning Board Quarterly Public Hearing scheduled for November 20, 2006.
The Board will consider authorizing the negotiation of an addendum to a contract with The Louis Berger Group, Inc. and UNC-Charlotte Urban Institute to include Phase III of the Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) ordinance development and not to exceed $49,546.81.
The Board will consider
final approval of the regular meeting schedule for the Board of County
Commissioners for calendar year 2007.
The Board will receive the report of the Child Care
Task Force to the Board of Commissioners, assign the responsibility for
implementing the recommendations to the Social Services Board with help
form the County Manager's Office and sunset the Child Care Task Force.
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