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Beaufort County Government's General Meeting Agenda: Monday, August 4, 2014

The Beaufort County Board of County Commissioners Will Meet to Discuss the County's Business

     The Government of Beaufort County meets every month for at least one general meeting to discuss and act on the county's business. Beaufort County employs the county manager form of government which stipulates that the board of county commissioners allow the county manager to set the agenda, and bring issues before them.

     The Beaufort County Board of County Commissioners will meet to discuss a variety of issues in their general meeting on Monday, August 4, 2014.

 Beaufort County Board of County Commissioners General Meeting Agenda
          Monday, August 4, 2013
   Beaufort County Administrative Building, Commissioners’ Meeting Room
       121 West Third Street, Washington, North Carolina


  • Call to Order by Chairman Langley
  • Invocation & Pledge of Allegiance
  • Adoption of Evening Agenda Items
  • Consent Agenda Consideration

5:10     Public Comments

5:30     Rod Gurganus, Beaufort County Cooperative Extension Director

  • Request Permission to Use Restricted Funds for Capital Purchase

5:40     Charles M. Smith

  • No Wake Sign to Broad Creek from Pamlico River

5:50     Ben Rogers, Mid East Commission

  • NCDOT Request for Names of Four (4) New Roads Created by the "Highway 17 Project"

6:00     Commissioner Al Klemm

  • Tourism Authority Feasibility Committee Report

6:10     Jim Chrisman, Finance Officer

  • Update on Public Safety Facility Financing (no attachment)

6:30     Break

7:00     Nick Montanez, Project Manager, MB Kahn Bill Cram, Executive Vice President, MB Kahn

  • Early Site Package & Pre-Cast Steel Cell Bids Package

7:15     Commissioner Robert Belcher

  • Review of HVAC System in BCCC Admin Building

7:30     Wyn Kinion, Tax Collector

  • Monthly Tax Collections Report
  • Fifty Most Delinquent Real Property Owners by Value
  • Fifty Most Delinquent Personal Property Owners by Value
  • All Foreclosed Now Beaufort County Owned Properties
  • Properties Currently in Foreclosure No Action Taken
  • Properties Currently in Foreclosure with Attorney Fees But Not Yet Listed for Sale
  • Number of $5.00 Tax Bills Generated
  • Total Taxes Outstanding for Years 2004, 2005, 2006

7:45     Bobby Parker, Tax Assessor

  • Farragut Update - Billing and Collections

7:55     Christina Smith, Public Works Director

  • Updates on Projects

8:00     Commissioner Hood Richardson

  • Status of Venting and Window Repair in Oakland Building
  • Jail Plumbing and Repairs Faucets, Commodes, Showers and Other Items in Need of Repair
  • Local Jail Confinement Report with/Name/Confinement/Date/Charges/Trial Date
  • Current List of Prisoners Confined Here and Out of County With Summary Sheet
  • Current Inmates on Pre-Trial Release
  • Update of Jail Committee Report
  • Presentation of last Jail Report made to Superior Ct. Judge
  • Motion to Stop All Jail Construction Activities and Place on Hold Until Permits, Zoning Change and Financing Have Been Obtained
  • Motion to do a Forensic Audit of the $70,000 of Drug Buy Money Spent in 2011, 2012, and 2013 and the Current 2014 Partial Year.
  • Proposed Ordinance on Immigration
  • Motion to Require the Sheriff to Present Inventory of All Equipment used by the Sheriff's Department and Owned by Beaufort County or otherwise used by the Sheriff's Department before October 1, 2014

8:20     Commissioner Stan Deatherage

  • Resolution Urging Federal Government to Protect Our Southern Border from the Influx of Unattended Children

8:30     County Manager's Reports

    Closed Session Personnel
    NCGS 143-318.11(a)(6)

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