Items for Consideration
for the
June 21, 2018 Meeting

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

June 14, 2018 - Government Center

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    1. Public Hearing on an Ordinance Amendment Proposed by Planning and Development Services Revising Chapter B of the Unified Development Ordinances to Establish Building Material Requirements for the Use Retail Store(UDO-284)
    2. Ordinance Revising Chapter B of the Unified Development Ordinances to Establish Building Material Requirements for the Use Retail Store
    1. Public Hearing on Zoning Map Amendment of Weidl Properties, LLC from AG to RS20: Property is Located on the East Side of Chickasha Drive, North of Robinhood Road (Zoning Docket F-1577)
    2. Ordinance Amending the Forsyth County Zoning Ordinance and Official Zoning Map of the County of Forsyth, North Carolina
    1. Public Hearing on the Proposed Establishment of a Forsyth County Consolidated Human Services Agency
    2. Resolution Establishing the Forsyth County Consolidated Human Services Agency
  1. 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.

  2. Ordinance Revising Chapter 16 of the Forsyth County Code Entitled “Human Resources” (Forsyth County Attorney’s Office)

  3. Resolution Authorizing the County Manager to Make Amendments to the Forsyth County Handbook Consistent with Local, State, and Federal Regulations and with Established Policies and Procedures (Human Resources Department)
  4. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Agreement Between Forsyth County and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Social Services, that Specifies the Mandated Performance Requirements and Administrative Responsibilities with Regard to All Social Services Programs Other Than Medical Assistance (Department of Social Services)
  5. Resolution Ratifying and Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Agreement Between Forsyth County and the City of Winston-Salem for Grant Funds from the City to Support the Operation of the District Attorney’s Domestic Violence Unit (Safe on Seven) (Court Services Department)
  6. Resolution Ratifying and Authorizing Forsyth County’s Engagement in Electronic Payments and Electronic Funds Transfers Pursuant to the Provisions of N.C.G.S. 159-28 (Finance Department)
    1. Amendment to the 2017-2018 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate Fund Balance for the Purchase of a New Ambulance
    2. Amendment to the 2016 Motive Equipment Capital Projects Ordinance to Accept Transfer from General Fund for Purchase of a New Ambulance
  7. Amendment to the 2015 Housing Grant Project Ordinance
  8. Adoption of the 2019 Housing Grant Projects Ordinance (Community & Economic Development Department)
  9. Amendment to the FY 2017-2018 Fire Tax District Special Revenue Fund and FY 2017-2018 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate Additional Sales Tax Proceeds (Finance Department)
  10. Resolution Authorizing an Execution of an Amendment to an Agreement Between Forsyth County and Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center for Mammography Screening and Diagnostic Services (Forsyth County Public Health Department)
  11. Resolution Approving the Amount to be Spent for Real Property for Construction and Expansion of the Robinhood Road Middle School Project (A Portion of Tax Block 4613, Lot 002D, PIN 5886-54-9930.00)
  12. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Lease Agreement Between Forsyth County and the State of North Carolina, on Behalf of its Department of Public Safety, for Lease of a 7.55 Acre Portion of County Owned Property Located at 5580 Sturmer Park Circle, Winston-Salem, N.C. Pursuant to the Provisions of N.C.G.S. 160A-274 (General Services Department)
  13. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Lease Agreement Between Forsyth County and Horizons Residential Care Center for Lease of County Owned Property Located at 100 Horizons Lane, Rural Hall, N.C. Pursuant to the Provisions of N.C.G.S. 160A-272 (General Services Department)
  14. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Lease Agreement Between Forsyth County and Duncan Thomas Priest II D/B/A Coffee Park, for Lease of County Owned Property Located in the Forsyth County Central Library at 660 West Fifth Street, Winston-Salem N.C. Pursuant to the Provisions of N.C.G.S. 160A-272 (General Services Department)
  15. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Law Enforcement Service Weapons and for the Sale of Trade-In Property as Authorized by N.C.G.S. 143-129.7 (Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office)
  16. Resolution Approving the Donation of a Surplus, Obsolete, or Unused County Vehicle to Belews Creek Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department, Inc. Pursuant to the Provisions of N.C.G.S. 160A-280 for Fire and Rescue Services in Forsyth County (General Services Department and Emergency Services Department)
  17. Resolution Approving the Donation of a Surplus, Obsolete, or Unused County Vehicle to Old Richmond Fire and Rescue Pursuant to the Provisions of N.C.G.S. 160A-280 for Fire and Rescue Services in Forsyth County (General Services Department and Emergency Services Department)
  18. Resolution Approving the Donation of a Surplus, Obsolete, or Unused County Vehicle to the Piney Grove Fire and Rescue Department Pursuant to the Provisions of N.C.G.S. 160A-280 for Fire and Rescue Services in Forsyth County (General Services Department and Emergency Services Department)
  19. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Marketing Contract Between Forsyth County, on Behalf of the Department of Social Services (FCDSS), and Entercom Radio for Adoption Promotion Services (Department of Social Services)
  20. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Contract Amendment Between Forsyth County and Mark D. Bardill, P.C. DBA Zacchaeus Legal Services for Tax Foreclosure Services (Tax Office)
  21. Resolution Awarding a Contract to Data Network Solutions, Inc. for the Purchase and Installation of Technology Equipment for the Secondary Communications Center (Management Information Services Department/Emergency Services/Sheriff’s Office)
  22. Resolution Awarding Contracts for the Purchase of Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment for the Kernersville Branch Library (City/County Purchasing Department)
  23. Ordinance Awarding Franchises for Residential and Small Business Solid Waste Collection, Transportation and Disposal Services and Adding Optional Recycling Services in Unincorporated Areas of Forsyth County (Office of Environmental Assistance and Protection)
  24. Resolution Designating Forsyth County’s Voting Delegate to the National Association of Counties (NACo) 2018 Annual Conference to be Held July 13-16, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee
  25. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $1,204.58
  26. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $19,819.26
  27. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $17,407.00
  28. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $321,772.85
  29. Reports:
    1. Tax Assessor/Collector’s Refund Report (Under $100)
    2. April 2018 Contribution-Based Benefit Report
    3. May 2018 Contribution-Based Benefit Report
    4. Human Resources Report for the Month of April 2018
    5. Fuel Surcharge Report for Solid Waste: March 2018 – May 2018 Period
  30. Appointments:
    1. Fourteen (14) Appointments to the ADULT CARE HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE [Capacities: Nine (9) Open and Five (5) Administrators' Slot] [Continued from the Meetings of December 14, 2017 and March 1, 2018]
    2. Six (6) Appointments to the ANIMAL CONTROL ADVISORY BOARD, Two-Year Terms, Expiring May 2020 [Capacities: One (1) Director of the Forsyth County Health Department or his/her Designee, One (1) County Resident Who is a Member, Employee or Officer in a Purebred Animal Registry Organization, One (1) Acting Chairman/President of the Forsyth County Veterinarian Assn. or his/her Designee, One (1) County Resident Who is a Member, Employee or Officer in Forsyth County Animal Welfare Organization, One (1) County Resident Who Does Not Own a Companion Animal, One (1) Town Manager or his/her Designee of a Local Municipality Receiving Animal Control Services by Forsyth County]
    3. Four (4) Appointments to the APPEARANCE COMMISSION, WINSTON-SALEM/FORSYTH COUNTY, One (1) Appointment to Fill the Unexpired Term of Michelle Prendergast, Expiring February 2019 and Three (3) Appointments Three-Year Terms, Expiring February 2021 [Capacities: Two (2) Special Experience or Education in Design and Two (2) Open] [Continued from the Meeting of March 1, 2018]
    4. Three (3) Appointments to the COALITION FOR DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION, Three-Year Terms, Expiring August 2020 [Capacities: One (1) Business Representative, One (1) Religion Representative and One (1) Community Representative] [Continued from the Meetings of September 28, 2017, December 14, 2017 and March 1, 2018]
    5. Three (3) Appointments to the COMMISSION ON ENDING HOMELESSNESS (WINSTON-SALEM/FORSYTH COUNTY), Three-Year Terms, Expiring January 2021 [Capacities: One (1) Mental Health Representative, One (1) At Large and One (1) Education Representative] [Continued from the Meeting of March 1, 2018]
    6. One (1) Appointment to the COMMUNITY CHILD PROTECTION TEAM/CHILD FATALITY PREVENTION TEAM, Three-Year Term, Expiring June 2020 [Capacity: Parent of Child Who Died Before Reaching Age 18] [Continued from the Meetings of July 13, 2017, September 28, 2017, December 14, 2017 and March 1, 2018]
    7. Three (3) Appointments to the ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE AND PROTECTION BOARD, Three-Year Terms, Expiring May 2021 [Capacity: Open]
    8. Three (3) Appointments to the FORSYTH COUNTY HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE BLOCK GRANT ADVISORY COUNCIL, Two-Year Terms, Expiring March 2019 [Capacities: Two (2) Open and One (1) Service Recipient] [Continued from the Meetings of May 8, 2017, July 13, 2017, September 28, 2017, December 14, 2017 and March 1, 2018]
    9. Three (3) Appointments to the FORSYTH COUNTY JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL, One (1) Appointment to Fill the Unexpired Term of Milind K. Dongre, Expiring June 2018 and Two (2) Appointments, Two-Year Terms, Expiring June 2020 [Capacities: One (1) Juvenile Defense Attorney, One (1) Person Under Age 18 (Who is a Member of the State Youth Council) and One (1) United Way/Other Non-Profit Representative] [Continued from the Meetings of July 13, 2017, September 28, 2017, December 14, 2017 and March 1, 2018]
    10. One (1) Appointment to the FORSYTH TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, Four-Year Term, Expiring June 2022 [Capacity: Open]
    11. Four (4) Appointments to the NORTHWEST PIEDMONT WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD, Three (3) Appointments, Three-Year Terms, Expiring June 2021 and One (1) Appointment, Two-Year Term, Expiring June 2020 [Capacities: One (1) Adult Education, One (1) Business, One (1) Small Business, One (1) Organized Labor]
    12. Seven (7) Appointments to the NURSING HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE, FORSYTH COUNTY [Capacities: Six (6) Open and One (1) Administrators' Slot] [Continued from the Meetings of December 14, 2017 and March 1, 2018]
    13. One (1) Appointment to the UTILITY COMMISSION, Five-Year Term, Expiring June 2023 [Capacity: Open]
    14. Two (2) Appointments to the ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, FORSYTH COUNTY, Three-Year Terms, Expiring April 2021 [Capacity: Regular Member]
  31. Notice of the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners’ Meetings and Briefings for the Months of July and August 2018 and Attendance at the 2018 Annual Conference of the National Association of Counties (NACo) and 111th Annual Conference of the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC)

ADJOURNMENT


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Forsyth County Government Center, Winston-Salem, NC 27101