County Commissioners Meeting Replay for April 11, 2019

  1. Resolution Recognizing April 2019 as Public Health Month in Forsyth County, North Carolina
  2. Approval of Minutes for the Meetings of March 14, 2019 and March 28, 2019
  3. Public Session
  4. Resolution Approving and Adopting for Use by Forsyth County the Records Retention and Disposition Schedule and Schedule for General Records Issued March 1, 2019, by the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and Records, Government Records Section
  5. Resolution Requesting the North Carolina Legislature to Vote Against House Bill 120 in Order to Preserve the Counties’ Ability to Provide Fire Protection Services in Forsyth County and Across the State
  6. Resolution Requesting the North Carolina Legislature to Revise Article 46 of Chapter 105 to Allow Counties to Specify a Purpose for the Proceeds of the Article 46 One-Quarter Cent County Sales and Use Tax and to Support Senate Bill 552
  7. Resolution Authorizing Forsyth County, North Carolina, to Accept Future Federal and State Disaster Assistance Funds as a Result of Tropical Storm Michael Through the Public Assistance Program
  8. Resolution Authorizing Submission of an Application to the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust to Apply for and Accept, if Awarded, Great Expectations Funds to Address Adverse Childhood Experiences (Forsyth County Department of Social Services)
  9. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Engagement Letter and Audit Contract with Elliott Davis, PLLC, to Complete the Annual Independent Audit for Forsyth County for Fiscal Year 2018-2019, Subject to Approval by the Secretary of the Local Government Commission (Finance Department)
  10. Appointment:
    1. One (1) Joint Appointment to the Planning Board (City/County), Four-Year Term, Expiring February 2023 [Capacity: City Resident]
  11. Added Item:
    1. Resolution Authorizing a Deferred Loan to PCCI Land, Inc., to Fund the Purchase of the Budget Inn Located at 600 Peters Creek Parkway in Winston-Salem and the Demolition and Clearance of the Existing Buildings and the Construction of Low- and Moderate-Income Housing
    2. Amendment to the 2018 Pay-Go Capital Projects Ordinance to Transfer Funds to the General Fund
    3. Amendment to the FY19 Budget Ordinance to Accept Transfer from 2018 Pay-Go Capital Projects Ordinance