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HAYWOOD COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
AGENDA FOR
September 8, 2015

The Board will meet in the HAYWOOD COUNTY COURTROOM

of the HISTORIC COURTHOUSE at 215 N. Main Street, Waynesville

beginning at 9:00 a.m.

Citizens must sign up for public comment prior to 8:50 a.m. and are limited

to three (3) minutes. Audience members may not address the Board at any time

during deliberations unless recognized by the Chairman.

 

             I. Call to Order – Chairman Mark S. Swanger

 

            II. Pledge of Allegiance

 

           III. Public Hearing

                 Consideration of the construction of a public services training facility at Haywood

                 Community College, pursuant to an installment financing contract in a principal amount

                 not to exceed $4.1 million - Julie Davis, Finance Director – ATTACHMENT 1

                                                  

           IV. Public Comment Session 

 

            V. Constituent Concerns

 

           VI. Administrative/Agency Reports

                 Smoky Mountain Center, Communities Rallying for Recovery - Inaugural Western Regional

                  Recovery Rally – Ira Dove, County Manager – ATTACHMENT 2

 

         VII.  Discussion /Adjustment to Agenda

                          

        VIII.  Consent Agenda

    1. Approve August 17, 2015 regular meeting minutes

               2.  Budget amendment – Julie Davis, Finance Director

                     Tax Collections – $70,000 for Registered Motor Vehicle collection expenses paid to

                       the state and paralegal services to handle foreclosure collections. Amount to be

                       appropriated from the increased revenue from the amounts collected by the state

                       NC DMV – ATTACHMENT 3

 

     3. Health & Human Services Agency Contracts over $50,000 – Ira Dove, County

           Manager

                         a. Premier Cab Company, Medicaid Medical Transportation contract from federal

                             funding in the amount of $70,000 – ATTACHMENT 4

                         b. Haywood Vocational Opportunities, Inc. contract from federal funding for job

                             readiness, development and training for eligible Work First participants in the

                             amount of $90,000 – ATTACHMENT 5

                         c. Mountain Projects, Medicaid Medical Transportation contract from federal

                             funding - $120,000 – ATTACHMENT 6

 

                   4.   Approval of contract for HHSA Board member, Amalia Huber, to provide child

                         and family team facilitation and Spanish interpretation services to HHSA clients

                         per NCGS 14-234, in the amount of $8,500 from County/Federal funds –

                         Ira Dove, County Manager – ATTACHMENT 7

                      

           IX. Old Business

                         

            X. New Business

                     1.   Request approval of the contractor, Advanced Wireless Solutions, Inc., as the

                               lowest responsible, responsive bidder for the 911/EOC Radio Tower Project in

                               the amount of $125,502 from 911/EOC State grant funds – Dale Burris,                        

                               Facilities and Maintenance Director – ATTACHMENT 8

                        

                     2.   Request approval of the contract with Spatialest Appraisal and Comparison Software

                               in the amount of $60,000 for real property re-evaluation which was within the

                               budget approved in June – David Francis, Solid Waste/Tax Administrator –

                               ATTACHMENT 9

                 

                     3.   Request approval of water tap fees and plumbing/supply lines connections in the

                               amount of $16,669 to supply city water to homes near the Francis Farm Landfill –

                               David Francis, Solid Waste/Tax Administrator – ATTACHMENT 10

 

                         4.   Budget Amendment - Capital Project Fund - $16,669 – transfer the balance in the

                               Water/Sewer CP Fund to Solid Waste Special Revenue Fund to cover the cost of tap

                               fees for residents at Francis Farm Landfill – Julie Davis, Finance Director –

                               ATTACHMENT 11

 

              XI. Closed Session          

                    Personnel §143-318.11(a)(6)  

                    Economic Development §143-318.11(a)(4)  

 

             XII. Adjournment