AGENDA

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

September 26, 2016 - Government Center - 4:00 P.M.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  1. Approval of Minutes for the Meetings of June 13, 2016 and June 27, 2016
    1. Public Hearing to Consider the Expenditure of County General Funds for an Economic Development Project to Aid and Encourage Corning Incorporated and Corning Optical Communications LLC to Expand Their Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing Operation in Forsyth County and Authorizing Execution of an Economic Development Agreement Between Forsyth County, Corning Incorporated and Corning Optical Communications LLC
    2. Resolution Authorizing the Expenditure of County General Funds for an Economic Development Project to Aid and Encourage Corning Incorporated and Corning Optical Communications LLC to Expand Their Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing Operation in Forsyth County and Authorizing Execution of an Economic Development Agreement Between Forsyth County, Corning Incorporated and Corning Optical Communications LLC
  2. PUBLIC SESSION

    Persons who wish to speak concerning items on this agenda, or who wish to speak about a matter relating to County Government (other than a public hearing matter on this agenda), should complete a speaker card and hand it to the Clerk before the meeting begins. It is not necessary to complete a card if you are going to speak about a public hearing matter on this agenda. The Chairman may limit the number of speakers on a topic relating to future advertised public hearing matters. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes each. The public session will be limited to 30 minutes.

    1. Resolution Authorizing Execution of Necessary Documents to Receive Grant Funds from the North Carolina 911 Board for the Forsyth County Phase I Primary Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Consolidation Project (Forsyth County Emergency Services Department)
    2. Amendment to the Emergency Telephone System Special Revenue Fund
  3. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Amendment to a Contract for Security Services at Various County Facilities (General Services Department)
  4. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Agreement Between Forsyth County, on Behalf of Its Parks and Recreation Department, and GolfNow, LLC to Provide Software, Marketing, and Technology Services in Consideration for Golf Rounds to be Sold by GolfNow and Use of County Intellectual Property Relating to the Golf Courses (Forsyth County Parks and Recreation Department)
  5. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a One-Year Lease Agreement Between Forsyth County and Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center for Lease of County Owned Property (A 789 Square Foot Portion of Behavioral Health Complex Located at 725 Highland Avenue, Winston-Salem, N.C.)
  6. Resolution Acknowledging the Submission of the Proposed 2017 Schedules of Values, Standards and Rules for the Reappraisal of Real Property in Forsyth County (Forsyth County Tax Office)
  7. Resolution Authorizing Submission of a Grant Application to Golden LEAF Foundation to Assist in the Development of the Proposed Idols Road Business Park (Forsyth County Housing and Community Development)
  8. Resolution Accepting and Approving the County Manager's Recommendations for the Golden LEAF Foundation Community Based Grant Initiative Projects (Budget and Management Department)
  9. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $547.67
  10. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $2,157.88
  11. Second Reading on Ordinance Revising a Fee Charged by Franchise Holders for Residential and Small Business Service Collection, Transportation and Disposal of Solid Waste in Unincorporated Areas of Forsyth County (Office of Environmental Assistance and Protection)
  12. Appointments:
    1. Three (3) Appointments to the ADULT CARE HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE, *Two (2) Appointments, One-Year Terms, Expiring June 2017 and One (1) Appointment, One-Year Term, Expiring September 2017 [Capacity: Open] [Non-incumbents will serve a term of one year] [*Continued from the Meeting of July 11, 2016]
    2. One (1) Appointment to the APPEARANCE COMMISSION, WINSTON-SALEM/FORSYTH COUNTY to Fill the Unexpired Term of Jenny Shugart, Expiring February 2018 [Capacity: Special Experience or Education in Design]
    3. Two (2) Appointments to the EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL, Three-Year Terms, Expiring September 2019 [Capacity: General Member]
    4. One (1) Appointment to the EXPERIMENT IN SELF-RELIANCE, Three-Year Term, Expiring September 2019 [Capacity: Open]
    5. Two (2) Appointments to the FORSYTH COUNTY HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE BLOCK GRANT ADVISORY COUNCIL, *One (1) Appointment, Two-Year Term, Expiring March 2017 and **One (1) Appointment to Fill the Unexpired Term of Asheena E. Love, Expiring March 2017 [Capacities: *One (1) Service Recipient and **One (1) Open] [*Continued from the Meetings of March 23, 2015, May 11, 2015, August 10, 2015, November 23, 2015, February 8, 2016, May 9, 2016 and July 11, 2016] [**Continued from the Meeting of July 11, 2016]
    6. Three (3) Appointments to the FORSYTH COUNTY JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL, *One (1) Appointment, Two-Year Term, Expiring June 2017; One (1) Appointment to Fill the Unexpired Term of Sandra Cheeks, Expiring June 2017 and One (1) Appointment to Fill the Unexpired Term of LaQreshia Bates, Expiring June 2017 [Capacities: *One (1) Person Under Age 18 (Who is a Member of the State Youth Council), One (1) Parks & Recreation Representative and One (1) At Large] [*Continued from the Meetings of May 11, 2015, August 10, 2015, November 23, 2015, February 8, 2016 and July 11, 2016]
    7. Three (3) Appointments to the NURSING HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE, FORSYTH COUNTY, One (1) Appointment, Three-Year Term, Expiring October 2019; One (1) Appointment, One-Year Term, Expiring October 2017 and One (1) Appointment to Fill the Unexpired Term of Mechelle N. Hayes, Expiring December 2016 [Capacity: Open] [Non-Incumbents will serve a term of one year]
    8. Two (2) Appointments to the TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, FORSYTH COUNTY, Three-Year Terms, Expiring October 2019 [Capacities: One (1) Hotel/Motel Owner/Operator 100 or Less Rental Units and One (1) Demonstrated Interest - Tourism Development]
  13. Resolution Changing the Time of the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners' Regular Meetings Beginning October 10, 2016
  14. Reports:
    1. Tax Assessor/Collector's Refund Report (Under $100)
    2. Report of North Carolina Property Tax Commission Final Decision
      - Villas at Robinhood LLC - 083
      - Villas at Robinhood LLC - 0918
      - Villas at Peacehaven LLC - 0919
    3. Human Resources Report for the Month of August 2016
    4. Technical Correction to Approved Amendment to 2014 Motive Equipment Capital Projects Ordinance, Item 10A&B from the July 11, 2016 Board Meeting

ADJOURNMENT


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Forsyth County Government Center, Winston-Salem, NC 27101