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June 20, 2005: Board of Commissioners meeting notes

By Mike Cross
Posted Tuesday, July 5, 2005

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June 20, 2005: Board of Commissioners
Work Session

* Ms. Sharon Cheek Wellman of Goldston was appointed to the JOCCA advisory board by the BOC.
* Ms. Claristine Bryant of Moncure was reappointed to the jury commission by the BOC.
* Commissioner Barnes was appointed to the CCCC Advisory Committee by the BOC
* Our primary focus was cleaning up budget matters in preparation for our evening budget ordinance vote

Regular Meeting

Consent Agenda, approved 5-0:

* Citizen request for naming private roads -- "Bells Chapel Road" and "Walk N Tall Drive"
* Accept $7,000 from the Family Resource Center for the Health Department's Family Planning Program
* Service agreement for administration of workers' compensation claims
* "Camden Park South" Phase one -- 20 lots on 100 acres -- SR 1812 -- Williams Township
* "Cattail Creek Subdivision" preliminary design -- 72 lots on 172 acres -- off SR 1508 -- Hadley Township
* "The Cottages of Stonegate II" preliminary design -- 15 lots on 46 acres -- SR1535 and SR1534 -- Baldwin Township
* "Colvard Farms, Phase VII" preliminary design -- 26 lots on 21 acres -- Williams Township
* "Windfall Creek, Phase I and II" preliminary design -- 55 lots on 289 acres -- Big Woods Road at Hwy64 -- New Hope Township
* "Bobcat Point Phase IV" preliminary and final design -- 13 lots on 58 acres -- Hadley Township
* "Mayfield" sketch design -- 12 lots on 65 acres -- SR 2182 -- Gulf Township
* "Survey for Walter Andrew Butler" sketch, Preliminary and Final design -- 1 nonresidential lot of 2 acres -- Gulf Township
* "Survey for Garry E. Wilkie" -- 1 nonresidential lot of 6.94 acres -- New Hope Township
* Resolution to add "Hamlet Grove Drive" and "Harrison Court" in the Hamlet Grove Subdivision to the NC system of secondary roads.
* Resolution to add "Fawn's Rest" in the Siler Farms, LLC, subdivision to the NC system of secondary roads.
* Revision to existing conditional use permit for "Galloway Ridge" at Fearrington to allow consistent signage
* Home and Community Block Grant Committee FY 2005-06 budget.
Request to reappoint Mr. Jerry Harris to Economic Development Corporation by Commissioner Emerson

Public Input Session

No sign ups -- no speakers!

Public Hearing

Request to close Moore and Liberty Streets in the Bennett Community. No opposition. Approved 5-0

Revisions to Existing Conditional Use Permits:

* Kunal Enterprises LLC to add recreational equipment storage, Bait and Tackle Shop, Sporting Goods retail, Self Storage, Vehicle and Boat wash on 2.1 acres at SR 1744 and U.S. 64 (previously Handy Andy's) -- New Hope Township -- approved 5-0
* Windsong Retreat to add an Inn, training and conference center and commercial kitchen on 16 acres -- SR 1941 -- New Hope township -- approved 5-0
* David Daniel Construction Company to add professional offices on 5.17 acres -- SR 1008 Williams township -- approved 5-0

Budget Ordinance

Our FY 05-06 Budget Ordinance was approved 4-1 (Outz voting against). Our Real Property tax rate will drop from 64.64 cents per $100 to 59.7 cents per 100. As a result of revaluation this will still generate the necessary revenue to proceed with "must do" capital improvements. The bottom line amounts to a 4 cent tax increase and you can review the expenditure details on the Chatham website

 
 
June 20, 2005: Board of Commissioners meeting notes
Chatham County Commisioner Mike Cross shares his viewpoints with citizens on his weblog.


Related info:
Mike Cross' Weblog

2005-06 Chatham County Budget
 
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