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January 17th Board of Commissioners regular meeting notes

By Mike Cross
Posted Monday, January 23, 2006

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January 17, 2006: Board of Commissioners Regular Session

Consent Agenda approved 5-0
  • Private road name request: Alexander Avery Drive

  • Contract renewal for Register of Deeds office automation

  • Request for final plat approval of “Bingham Ridge” subdivision – 24 lots on 97 acres located off Lamont Norwood Rd (SR1536) in Baldwin Township.

  • Request for final plat approval of “Cattail Creek, Phase 2, lots 14-18” 5 lots on 11 acres located off White Smith Road (SR1506) in Hadley Township

  • Destruction of Chatham County BOC meeting recordings – we will keep recordings back to the longest sitting member – for now, that is Commissioner Outz at 7 years.

  • Project Ordinances for Social Services addition and building renovations

Public Input Session
  • No signups

Planning and Zoning
  • Sketch design approval of “The Hamptons” – 89 lots on 183 acres off Mt. Gilead Church Rd (SR1700) in Baldwin Township. Approved 5-0

  • Conditional User Permit for North Chatham Investments for a Planned Unit Development and Day Car facility on 98.5 acres located off US 15-501 North and Lystra Rd (SR1721). Rezoning RA-40 to B-1 Conditional Use Business District and Conditional Use Permit both approved 4-1 (Barnes voting no)

  • 10/70 proposed watershed protection ordinance amendment. Tabled 5-0

Public Hearings
  • Amendment to Chatham County Subdivision Ordinance concerning recreation fees. Passed to planning board

  • Amendments to Chatham County Mobile Home Ordinance concerning recreation fees. Passed to planning board

  • Revision to existing conditional use B-1 district for mobile home jobs office. Passed to planning board

  • Conditional Use b-1 district with a condition use permit for a restaurant at the intersection of US 64E and Big Woods Road in New Hope Township. Passed to planning board.

Board of Elections
  • ES&S IVotronic for ADA compliance in each precinct and for absentee one-stop voting and DR-100 Optical Scan for use in each precinct and for mail-in absentee. Approved 5-0.

Board and Committees
  • Commissioner Barnes nominated Mr. Ralph Klevenow for reappointment to the board of Equalization and Review, Approved 5-0.
Bennett School District
  • Presentation by Mr. Jerry Polston concerning new rules for Bennett district and tuition requirement for students living in Randolph and Moore counties attending Bennett. The Board of Commissioners will meet with the Board of Education and seek a compromise.
January 17, 2006: Board of Commissioners Work Session
  • Review of statutory changes from the 2005 General Assembly on zoning and quasi-judicial matters

  • Commercial Park update: well on track, but awaiting state permits. We should see some activity by the end of the month.

  • Citizens’ College presentation by Mrs. Rita Spina. The Chatham Citizens for Effective Communities will be holding spring and fall classes to education citizens on virtually all aspects of how county covernment works. Spring courses start on 16 March. For more info and applications, go to http://www.chathamcitizens.org and click on Citizens’ college or call 919-932-3132. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in their local government.
 
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January 17th Board of Commissioners regular meeting notes
Chatham County Commisioner Mike Cross shares his viewpoints with citizens on his weblog.


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