February 13, 2018 Council Meeting Highlights
· Under the Consent Agenda, the Council approved:
1. January 9, 2018 Regular Meeting/P.H. Minutes
2. January 9, 2018 CLOSED SESSION Minutes
3. January 22, 2018 Work Session Minutes
4. Authorized the Village Tax Col. to Advertise Tax Liens
5. Adopted Budget Amendment #2018-01-Capital Reserve Fund-K9 Unit
- Zoning Administrator Lisa Kivett presented a report on January’s zoning activities.
- Mayor Pro Tem Frusco reported on Village finances as of January 31, 2018 and current tax collection.
- Councilman Howze updated council on the recent issue with unauthorized dumping of yard debris and on Officer Ritter’s recent motor vehicle accident involving the patrol car.
- Council and Chief Shue discussed patrol vehicle replacement pros and cons of a two-wheel drive vs. an all-wheel drive vehicle.
- Councilman Boito made a motion to purchase an all-wheel drive Dodge Charger as a replacement vehicle, unanimously approved.
- Councilman Boito presented a ten-year plan for road paving, briefly discussed road paving projects and their cost and paving of police department parking lot.
- Councilman Sedlak reported on the search for a well-site on the 1,500-acre property and under New Business, brought up an issue with a contractor protesting tap-on fees on Foxtail Lane.
- Mayor McCue reported the DRAFT Long Range Plan was on the Village website and due to a scheduling conflict, the February 22 Work Session will be at the Village Administration office.
- Mayor McCue gave a brief update on the recent TARPO meeting, the bridge repair on Jackson Springs Rd. and future bridge closure on Roseland Rd. and the County’s Comprehensive Transportation Plan project list.
- Mayor Pro Tem Frusco made a motion to approve the amended Public Comment Procedures for Regular Meetings and New Public Comment Procedures for Work Sessions, unanimously approved.
- Council further discussed the Village Pool, the upcoming season staffing issues, necessary repairs and possibility of constructing a new A.D.A. compliant pool house. Mayor McCue asked that employment ads for a pool manger and attendants be run in the newspaper.
- Council received public comments regarding “absent ballot voting”, the Village pool, the damaged street name sign on Foxfire Rd. and placement of wreathes on signs during the holiday season.
- The Meeting adjourned at 7:55 pm
Lisa A. Kivett, CMC, NCCMC, CZO