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Lexington County Council Agendas September 26

AGENDA

LEXINGTON COUNTY COUNCIL

Committee Meetings September 26, 2017

Second Floor - County Administration Building

212 South Lake Drive, Lexington, SC 29072

Telephone - (803) 785-8103 -- Fax - (803) 785-8101

If special accommodations are needed to participate in this public meeting, please contact the Lexington County Council Office at (803) 785-8103 or dburnett@lex-co.com at least two business days prior to the scheduled meeting date.

Times are tentatively scheduled committee meetings that may run behind or ahead of schedule; therefore, the times could change by as much as 30 minutes.

12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. - Economic Development, D. Summers, Chairman

(1) Discussion of Project Blue - EXECUTIVE SESSION - PROPOSED INDUSTRY LOCATION - SC CODE 30-4-70 (A) (5) - (Goal 2) - Economic Development - Mike Eades, Director .................................................................A (2) Discussion of Project Plate - EXECUTIVE SESSION - PROPOSED INDUSTRY LOCATION - SC CODE 30-4-70 (A)(5) - Economic Development - Mike Eades, Director ..................................................................................B (3) Project Beacon, Project Diamond & Other Solar Projects - EXECUTIVE SESSION - PROPOSED INDUSTRY LOCATION AND LEGAL BRIEFING - SC CODE 30-4-70 (A) (5) (2) - (Goal 2) - Economic Development - Mike Eades, Director

A. Resolution R-17-09 - A Resolution Memoralizing the County's Intent to Amend and Restate Several Existing Filot Agreements Between the County and Cypress Creek Renewables Finalized Pursuant to Ordinance Numbers 15-09, 15-10, 15-15, 15-16, and 15-17 .....................................................................C B. Resolution R-17-10 - A Resolution Identifying Several Projects in Order to Satisfy the Requirements of SC Code Section 12-44-40, so as to Allow Investment Expenditures Incurred by Projects Known as Carolus, Maidendown, Gaston 46, Swansea, and Diamond, Which Investment Shall Occur Through Sponsors, and One or More Sponsor Affiliates, Including Their Affiliated and Related Entities, to Qualify as Expenditures Eligible for a Fee-in-Lieu of Taxes Arrangements With Lexington County, SC; the Inclusion of the Aforementioned Projects and Sponsors in a Multi-County Business or Industrial Park; the Grant of Special Source Revenue Credits; and Committing to Enter Into Such Necessary Agreements With These Sponsors to Effectuate the Intent of this Resolution, and Other Matters Related Thereto ...............................................D (4) Meeting of May 9, 2017 ....................................................................................................................................E (5) Adjournment

1:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Planning, N. Tolar, Chairman

(1) Subdivision Buffers - Building Industry Association Comments (Goal 2) - Community Development - Robbie Derrick, Development Manager and Kevin Steelman, Building Industry Association of SC .................................F (2) Meeting of May 9, 2017 - Approval of Minutes ................................................................................................G

(3) Adjournment

2:00 p.m. - 2:10 p.m. - Administration, D. Summers, Chairman

(1) 402 and 404 Acquisition/Rehabilitation/Rental Project Agreement (Goals 1, 2) - Community Development - Charles Garren, Director .......................................................................................................................................H

(2) Information Services Position Transfer - Information Services - Lynn Sturkie, Director ....................................I

(3) Adjournment

2:10 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Health & Human Services, P. Yarborough, Chairman

(1) Ordinance 17-11 - An Ordinance Amending the Lexington County, Chapter 30, Fire Prevention and Protection Code of Ordinance - 1st Reading - David Kerr, Director of Public Safety ...........................................J

(2) Ambulance Service - EXECUTIVE SESSION - CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS and LEGAL BRIEFING - SC CODE 30-4-70 (A) (2) - (Goal 2) - Public Safety/EMS - Brian Hood, EMS Chief; David Kerr, Director .................K

(3) Meeting of May 9, 2017 - Approval of Minutes ................................................................................................L

(4) Adjournment

3:00 p.m. - 4:05 p.m. - Public Works/Solid Waste Management/Airport, L. Brigham, Jr., Chairman (1) DHEC's Solid Waste Management Grant Award - (Goal 1) - Solid Waste Management – Dave Eger, Director ...............M

(2) Request for Acceptance of Living Waters Boulevard, a Private Road into the County of Lexington Roadway Maintenance System - District 1 (Goal 1) - Public Works - Wrenn Barret, P.E., Director; Joe Montgomery, Projects Manager .................................................................................................................................................N

(3) Proposed Boat Storage at Springhill Lake Subdivision (Goal 1) - Public Works - Wrenn Barrett, Director; Sheri Armstrong, Stormwater Manager ................................................................................................................O

(4) Proposed Sewer Line Expansion (Goal 1) - Public Works - Wrenn Barrett, Director; Sheri Armstrong, Stormwater Manager .............................................................................................................................................P

(5) Proposed Partial Road Closing - Holly Oak Lane - District 6 (Goal 2) - Public Works - Wrenn Barret, P.E., Director; Joe Montgomery, Projects Manager ......................................................................................................Q

(6) FY 2016-2017 Lexington County Transportation Committee (CTC) Annual C Fund Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Report (Goal 2) - Public Works - Wrenn Barrett, P.E., Director; Joey Derby, P.E. County Engineer ................................................................................................................................................................R

(7) FY 2016-2017 Lexington County Transportation Committee (CTC) Annual C Fund Report (Goal 2) - Public Works - Wrenn Barrett, P.E., Director; Joey Derby, P.E., County Engineer ...........................................................S

(8) Stormwater Utility Fee Program Scope of Services - Framework Meeting (Goal 1) - Public Works - Wrenn Barrett, P.E., Director; Jeff McNesby, P.E., County Engineer; Sheri Armstrong, Stormwater Manager ................T

(9) Meeting of May 9, 2017 - Approval of Minutes ................................................................................................U (10)Adjournment

4:05 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. - Committee of the Whole

(1) Hot Mix Asphalt - Procurement/Public Works - Procurement - Bob Brewer, Director .....................................V

(2) Engineering Services for Solid Waste - Procurement/Solid Waste Management - Procurement - Bob Brewer, Director .................................................................................................................................................................W

(3) Meeting of May 9, 2017 - Approval of Minutes ................................................................................................Y

(4) Budget Worksession Meeting of May 9, 2017 - Approval of Minutes ..............................................................Z

(5) Possible Executive Session if Time Permits

A. Property Purchase Discussion - EXECUTIVE SESSION - CONTRACT NEGOTIATION - SC CODE 30-4-70 (A) (2) ...............................................................................................................................................................X B. Two Employment Matters - EXECUTIVE SESSION - EMPLOYMENT MATTER - SC CODE 30-4-70 (A) (1)

(6) Adjournment

AGENDA

LEXINGTON COUNTY COUNCIL

September 26, 2017

Second Floor - Dorothy K. Black Council Chambers - County Administration Building

212 South Lake Drive, Lexington, South Carolina 29072

Telephone - (803) 785-8103 -- Fax - (803) 785-8101

If special accommodations are needed to participate in this public meeting, please contact the Lexington County Council Office at (803) 785-8103 or dburnett@lex-co.com at least two business days prior to the scheduled meeting date.

4:30 P.M. - COUNCIL CHAMBERS

Call to Order/Invocation

Pledge of Allegiance

Chairman's Report

Presentations

(1) CDBG DR - Program & Action Plan Update (Goal 1) - Community Development - Charles Garren,

Director ..................................................................................................................................................................1

Administrator's Report

(1) FY16-17 Quarterly Updates

Appointments

(1) Boards and Commissions ................................................................................................................................2

Approval of Minutes

(1) Meetings of June 26 and 27, 2017 and July 18, 2017 Strategic Planning Mid-Year Review ...........................3

Committee Reports

Economic Development, D. Summers, Chairman

(1) Project Beacon, Project Diamond & Other Solar Projects

A. Resolution R-17-09 - A Resolution Memoralizing the County's Intent to Amend and Restate Several Existing Filot Agreements Between the County and Cypress Creek Renewables Finalized Pursuant to Ordinance Numbers 15-09, 15-10, 15-15, 15-16, and 15-17 ..........................................................................C

B. Resolution R-17-10 - A Resolution Identifying Several Projects in Order to Satisfy the Requirements of SC Code Section 12-44-40, so as to Allow Investment Expenditures Incurred by Projects Known as Carolus, Maidendown, Gaston 46, Swansea, and Diamond, Which Investment Shall Occur Through Sponsors, and One or More Sponsor Affiliates, Including Their Affiliated and Related Entities, to Qualify as Expenditures Eligible for a Feein-Lieu of Taxes Arrangements With Lexington County, SC; the Inclusion of the Aforementioned Projects and Sponsors in a Multi-County Business or Industrial Park; the Grant of Special Source Revenue Credits; and Committing to Enter into Such Necessary Agreements With These Sponsors to Effectuate the Intent of this Resolution and Other Matters Related Thereto.................................................D

Administration, D. Summers, Chairman

(1) Council Approval for the County of Lexington HUD Entitlement Re-Certification for the Community Development Block Grant Program and HOME Investment Partnership for Funding Cycles FY 2018, FY 2019, and FY 2020 (8-22-17) and Resolution R-17-08 - County of Lexington Urban Entitlement Resolution

(9-12-17) ................................................................................................................................................................4

(2) Register of Deeds Employment and Compensation Matter .............................................................................5

Health & Human Services, P. Yarborough, Chairman

(1) Ordinance 17-11 - An Ordinance Amending the Lexington County, Chapter 30, Fire Prevention and Protection Code of Ordinance - 1st Reading .........................................................................................................J

Public Works/Solid Waste Management/Airport, L. Brigham, Jr., Chairman

(1) Department of Public Works Comprehensive Work Plan (CWP) - 3-Year Infrastructure Improvement Programs and Long Range Plans ..........................................................................................................................6

(2) DHEC's Solid Waste Management Grant Award (Goal 1) ..............................................................................M

County Transportation, T. Cullum, Chairman

(1) FY 2016-2017 Lexington County Transportation Committee (CTC) Annual C Fund Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Report ........................................................................................................................................R

(2) FY 2016-2017 Lexington County Transportation Committee (CTC) Annual C Fund Report ............................S

Budget Amendment Resolutions Bids/Purchases/RFPs

(1) Auto Body Repairs for County Vehicles - Procurement/Fleet Services ............................................................7

(2) EMS Medical Supplies - Procurement/Public Safety - EMS .............................................................................8

(3) Two (2) Flatbed Trucks (Replacement) - Solid Waste Management ...............................................................9

(4) RFPQ Permission for Fire Station Minor Renovations - Procurement/Building Services ................................10

(5) HDPE Smooth Type S Pipe - Procurement/Public Works ...............................................................................11

(6) One (1) Tire Grappler (Replacement) - Solid Waste Management ................................................................12

(7) Engineering Consultant Services for Alice Drive and Phaeton Drive - Public Works .....................................13

(8) Drug and Alcohol Screening (Random) - Procurement/Human Resource ....................................................14

6:00 P.M. - Public Hearings

(1) Ordinance 17-07 - An Ordinance to Convey Real Property to Comporium for a Comporium Substation at the Chapin Business & Technology Park at Brighton ................................................................................................15

(2) Ordinance 17-06 - Approval of an Ordinance that Authorizes Approval of the Master Development Agreement with SCE&G, Including the Conveyance of Real Property for a Substation at the Chapin Business & Technology Park at Brighton ...............................................................................................................................16

(3) FY17 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Application .................................................17

Ordinance(s) (Third and Final Reading)

(1) Ordinance 17-07 - An Ordinance to Convey Real Property to Comporium for a Comporium Substation at the Chapin Business & Technology Park at Brighton - 3rd & Final Reading .............................................................18

Justice, B. Keisler, Chairman

(1) Two Employee Salary Issues ..........................................................................................................................19

(2) FY 17 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Application ................................................20

EXECUTIVE SESSION/LEGAL BRIEFING IF NEEDED

A. Property Purchase Discussion - EXECUTIVE SESSION - CONTRACT NEGOTIATION - SC CODE 30-4-70 (A) (2) - ........................................................................................................................................................................X

B. Two Employment Matters -EXECUTIVE SESSION - EMPLOYMENT MATTER - SC CODE 30-4-70 (A) (1)

MATTERS REQUIRING A VOTE AS A RESULT OF EXECUTIVE SESSION

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