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August 15, 2019 at 7:00 PM - Regular Meeting

I. Call Meeting to Order    (Mayor Medlin)
II. Pledge of Allegiance (Mayor Medlin)
III. Approval of the Agenda
IV. Consent Agenda    (Mayor Medlin)
IV.A. Consider July 9, 2019 Minutes
Attachments: (1)
V. Consider approval of Mayor Medlin's travel expenses
VI. Public Comment    (Mayor Medlin)
VI.A. Individuals wishing to address the Board are asked to provide their name and address for the record. 
VII. Department Reports
VII.A. Written Reports
VII.B. Planning Department
Attachments: (2)
VII.C. Library
Attachments: (1)
VII.D. Electric Department
Attachments: (1)
VII.E. Public Works 
Attachments: (2)
VII.F. Police Department
Attachments: (1)
VII.G. Parks & Recreation
Attachments: (1)
VIII. Public Hearing (Mayor Medlin)
VIII.A. RZ 2019-03 by DCC Properties, LLC
IX. Old Business     (Mayor Medlin)
IX.A. Status Update on Minimum Housing Code Enforcement (Erin Joseph)
X. New Business    (Mayor Medlin)
X.A. Consider Rezoning Request RZ-2019-03 (Erin Joseph)
Attachments: (2)
X.B. Letter of Intent - Waste Water Treatment Plant Solar Project (Kim Pickett)
Attachments: (2)
X.C. WWTP Sludge Removal Project (Tim Robbins)
Attachments: (1)
X.D. Discussion on CDBG Grant opportunity (Kim Pickett)
X.E. Consider Silbo contract for Parks and Recreation officiating (Kim Pickett)
Attachments: (1)
X.F. Discussion on hiring a new Economic Developer (Mayor Medlin)
X.G.  Consider Purchase Orders over $10,000 (Kim Pickett)
X.G.1. Waste Industries in the amount of $47,539.52 for disposal of dry sludge at the WWTP
XI. Town Manager Report    (Fred Nelson)
XI.A. Town related events and meeting reminders: 
XI.A.1. August 16 -- Movie Night in the Grove
XI.A.2. September 2 -- All Non-Emergency Town Facilities Closed for Labor Day
XI.A.3. September 9 -- Pajama Story Time 6 PM
XI.A.4. September 10 -- Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting 7 PM
XI.B. Chamber of Commerce Sponsored Events
XI.B.1. September 12 -- Sundown in Downtown (Liquid Pleasure)
XI.B.2. September 26-29 -- Mule Days
XI.B.3. September 26 -- Mule Days Concert
XI.B.4. September 28 -- Mule Days Parade 10 AM
XI.C. Minimum Housing Enforcement per Board of Commissioners 2019 Priorities: 4 structures in various stages of compliance, 1 structure demolished voluntarily.
XI.D. 5 residential subdivisions in various stages of approval.
XI.E. 3 construction projects in approval stages.
XI.F. Board of Commissioners #6 Goal - Increased affordable housing stock generally driven by demand.
XI.G. Attended Smart Growth Summit in Smithfield.
XI.H. Completed Basic Economic Development course on August 1, 2019.
XII. Town Attorney    (Isaac Parker)
XIII. Board of Commissioners Report    (Commissioners)
XIV. Mayor Report    (Mayor Medlin)
XIV.A. Mule Days Breakfast
XIV.B. Mule Days Parade
XV. Information Only
XVI. Closed Session (Mayor Medlin)
XVI.A. GS 143-318.11 (a) (6) To consider the qualifications, competence, performance, character, fitness, conditions of appointment, or conditions of initial employment of an individual public officer or employee or prospective public officer or employee; or to hear or investigate a complaint, charge, or grievance by or against an individual public officer or employee. General personnel policy issues may not be considered in a closed session. A public body may not consider the qualifications, competence, performance, character, fitness, appointment, or removal of a member of the public body or another body and may not consider or fill a vacancy among its own membership except in an open meeting. Final action making an appointment or discharge or removal by a public body having final authority for the appointment or discharge or removal shall be taken in an open meeting.
XVII. Adjourn the Meeting  (Mayor Medlin)

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