Items for Consideration for the
December 19, 2019 Meeting

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

December 12, 2019 - Government Center

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    1. Public Hearing on Zoning Petition of Front Street Wallburg, LLC; John Hodges, Jr.; Wallburg Property Group, LLC; Wanda Kearney and William Kearney from AG, RS40, LI and LI-S to LI-L (Academic Biomedical Research Facility; Academic Medical Center; Agricultural Production, Crops; Arts and Crafts Studio; Banking and Financial Services; Building Contractors, General; Building Contractors, Heavy; Building Materials Supply; Child Care, Drop-In; Church or Religious Institution, Community; Church or Religious Institution, Neighborhood; College or University; Fuel Dealer; Government Offices, Neighborhood Organization, or Post Office; Hospital or Health Center; Kennel, Indoor; Manufacturing A; Manufacturing B; Micro-Brewery or Micro-Distillery; Offices; Park and Shuttle Lot; Parking, Commercial; Police or Fire Station; Postal Processing Facility; Recreation Facility, Public; Recreation Services, Indoor; Recycling Center; School, Vocational or Professional; Services, A; Services, B; Signs, Off-Premises; Special Events Center; Storage Services, Retail; Testing and Research Lab; Transmission Tower; Utilities; Warehousing; Wholesale Trade A; Wholesale Trade B; Child Care, Sick Children; Child Day Care Center; Solid Waste Transfer Station; Access Easement, Private Off-Site): Property is located on the West Side of Wallburg Road, South of Business Park Drive (F-1588)
    2. Ordinance Amending the Forsyth County Zoning Ordinance and Official Zoning Map of the
      County of Forsyth, North Carolina
    3. Approval of Special Use District - No Site Plan Permit
  1. PUBLIC SESSION

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  2. Amendment to the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate Revenue from the North Carolina Department of Public Safety
  3. Amendment to the 2018 Motive Equipment Replacement Capital Projects Ordinance to Appropriate Insurance Proceeds and Transfer Funds Out to General Fund (Sheriff)
  4. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate $58,144 of Behavioral Health Reserved Fund Balance to Moji Coffee and More for Supportive Employment Services at the Cafe at Central Library
  5. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate $35,000 of Behavioral Health Reserved Fund Balance to the Young Women’s Christian Association of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Inc., for the Hawley House Program
  6. Amendment to the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Transfer Funds from Contingency for Sponsorship of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Noon Hour Commemoration
    1. Resolution Repealing the Unissued Balance of Various General Obligation Bond Orders Adopted by the Board of Commissioners on January 24, 2019
    2. Resolution Making Certain Findings and Determinations and Authorizing the Filing of an Application with the Local Government Commission in Connection with the Proposed Issuance of General Obligation Refunding Bonds by the County
    3. Order Authorizing $78,000,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds
    1. Resolution Ratifying the Application for the Community Linkages to Care for Overdose Prevention and Response Grant and Authorizing Execution of Necessary Documents to Receive Funds from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, Injury and Violence Prevention Branch
    2. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate $50,000 from the Community Linkages to Care for Overdose Prevention and Response Grant
      Through the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, Injury and Violence Prevention Branch (Forsyth County Department of Public Health)
  7. Resolution Authorizing Acceptance of a Grant from the Winston-Salem Foundation Awarded to the Forsyth County NC Cooperative Extension for the Expansion of Community Gardens in Forsyth County
    1. Resolution Adopting and Acquiring a New Voting System and Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of the Voting System for Use by the Forsyth County Board of Elections
    2. Amendment to the 2016 Pay-Go Capital Projects Ordinance to Transfer Funds to the 2018 Pay-Go Capital Projects Ordinance


    3. Amendment to the 2018 Pay-Go Capital Projects Ordinance to Accept the Transfer Funds to the 2016 Pay-Go Capital Projects Ordinance

  8. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Agreement for Purchase of Playground Equipment for C.G. Hill Memorial Park, Joanie Moser Memorial Park, and Horizons Park (Parks and Recreation Department)
  9. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Two Compact Pickup Trucks for Use by the General Services Department from Capital Ford, Inc. (General Services Department)
  10. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Two Half-Ton Pickup Trucks for Use by the General Services Department from Horace G. Ilderton, LLC (General Services Department)
  11. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Three Chevrolet 1500 Pickup Trucks for Use by the General Services Department from Modern Automotive Network, LLC (General Services Department)
  12. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Four Minivans for Use by the General Services Department from Performance Automotive Group, Inc. (General Services Department)
  13. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Seven Compact Mid-Size Sedans for Use by the General Services Department from Capital Chevrolet, Inc. (General Services Department)
  14. Resolution Authorizing Execution of Lease and Use Agreements Between Forsyth County and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, on Behalf of its School of Social Work, for Use of Office and Classroom Space to Accommodate Master’s and Bachelor’s Degree Programs in Social Work as Offered by the School (Department of Social Services)
  15. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Agreement with Liberty Plaza, LLC, to Provide Parking Space Services to Forsyth County
  16. Resolution Authorizing the Grant of an Easement to Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC, to Access and Construct Electric and Communication Facilities on 0.27 Acres of Forsyth County Owned Real Property
  17. Resolution Authorizing the Grant of an Easement to Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC, to Access and Construct Electric and Communication Facilities on 2.64 Acres of Forsyth County Owned Real Property
  18. Resolution Extending the Year 2020 Tax Listing Period
  19. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $24,035.83 (Assessor Refunds, Over $100)
  20. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $2,091.15 (North Carolina Vehicle Tax System Refunds, Over $100)
  21. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $12,042.54 (Assessor Refunds, Over $100)
  22. Appointments:
    1. Seven (7) Appointments to the ADULT CARE HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE [Capacities: One(1) Open and Six (6) Administrators' Slot] (Continued from the Meetings of March 28, 2019, June 27, 2019 and September 12, 2019)
    2. One (1) Appointment to the APPEARANCE COMMISSION, WINSTON-SALEM / FORSYTH COUNTY, to Fill the Unexpired Term of Kyle Troxell, Expiring February 2020 [Capacity: Special Experience or Education in Design]
    3. Twelve (12) Appointments to the CARDINAL INNOVATIONS HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY ADVISORY COUNCIL [Capacities: Behavioral Health Provider, CFAC Member, County Commissioner, Hospital Representative, Judicial System Representative, Member or Family Member, Physical Health Provider, Public Health Representative, Public Safety Representative, School System Representative, Social Services Representative, and System of Care Representative]
    4. One (1) Appointment to the COMMUNITY CHILD PROTECTION TEAM / CHILD FATALITY PREVENTION TEAM, to Fill the Unexpired Term of Caren Jenkins, Expiring June 2020 [Capacity: County Agency or Community At Large]
    5. One (1) Appointment to the CONSOLIDATED HUMAN SERVICES BOARD, Four-Year Term, Expiring September 2023 [Capacity: Registered Nurse]
    6. Two (2) Appointments to the FORSYTH COUNTY HISTORIC RESOURCES COMMISSION, Four-Year Terms, Expiring November 2023 [Capacities: One (1) Archaeologist, Landscape Architect/Designer, Planner, Surveyor or Arborist and One (1) At Large]
    7. Three(3) Appointments to the FORSYTH COUNTY HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE BLOCK GRANT ADVISORY COUNCIL, to Fill the Unexpired Terms of Edward Allen, Dorothy Patterson, and Keisha Wisely [Capacity: Open]
    8. Two (2) Appointment to the FORSYTH COUNTY JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL, to fill the Unexpired Term of Adam Zebzda, Expiring June 2021 and one Appointment, Two-Year Term, Expiring June 2020 [Capacities: District Attorney or Designee and Person Under the Age of 18]
    9. Three (3) Appointments to the FORSYTH MEMORIAL HOSPITAL TRIAD REGION BOARD OF TRUSTEES, Three-Year Terms, Expiring December 2022 [Capacity: Open]
    10. Two (2) Appointments to the INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES AND POLLUTION CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY, Six-Year Terms, Expiring March 2025 [Capacity: Open] (Continued from the Meetings of March 28, 2019, June 27, 2019 and September 12, 2019)
    11. Nine (9) Appointments to the NURSING HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE, FORSYTH COUNTY [Capacities: Seven (7) Open and Two (2) Administrators' Slot] (Continued from the Meetings of September 20, 2018, December 20, 2018, March 28, 2019, June 27, 2019 and September 12, 2019)
    12. Two (2) Appointments to the RISK MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE, FORSYTH COUNTY, Three-Year Terms, Expiring December 2022 [Capacity: County Representative]
    13. Three (3) Appointments to the SMITH REYNOLDS AIRPORT BOARD, Three-Year Terms, Expiring December 2022 [Capacities: Two (2) Regular Member and One (1) Director of FTCC Aviation Technology Lab]
    14. Two (2) Appointments to the TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, FORSYTH COUNTY, Three-Year Terms, Expiring December 2022 [Capacities: One (1) Hotel/Motel Owner/Operator, 100 or Less Rental Units and One (1) Demonstrated Interest-Tourism Development]
    15. Two (2) Appointments to the ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, KERNERSVILLE, Three-Year Terms, Expiring June 2022 [Capacities: Two (2) Alternate Member] (Continued from the Meetings of March 28, 2019, June 27, 2019 and September 12, 2019)
  23. Resolution Approving the 2020 Commissioners' Committee Appointment Summary
  24. Reports:
    1. Consolidated Human Services Board Name Change
    2. Tax Assessor/Collector Refunds (Under $100)
    3. Tax Assessor/Collector Refunds (Under $100)
    4. Communications Specialist Year-End Report
    5. State Contract Purchase of Supplies for Public Health Pharmacy
    6. August-October Quarterly Fuel Surcharge Report

ADJOURNMENT


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Forsyth County Government Center, Winston-Salem, NC 27101