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120621 packet revised REGULAR MEETING REVISED AGENDA Date: Monday, December 6, 2021 Time: 9:00 a.m. Location: Commissioners Meeting Room Harnett County Resource Center & Library 455 McKinney Parkway, Lillington Harnett County Board of Commissioners Page | 1 1. Call to order - Chairman W. Brooks Matthews 2. Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation – Vice Chairman Lewis Weatherspoon 3. Consider additions and deletions to the published agenda 4. Consent Agenda A. Minutes i. Work Session Minutes of November 8, 2021 ii. Regular Meeting Minutes of November 15, 2021 iii. Recessed Meeting Minutes of November 17, 2021 B. Budget Amendments C. Tax Rebates, Refunds and Releases – Motion to approve tax rebates, refunds and releases as requested by the Tax Administrator. D. Approve a Resolution adopting the 2022 Schedule of Meetings for the Harnett County Board of Commissioners. E. Harnett County Health Director requests the Harnett County Board of Commissioners approve the 2021 Bad Debt Write-offs. F. The Sheriff’s Office requests approval to accept a grant from the Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance. The grant is for $24,027.00 with no matching funds. G. Administration requests the Harnett County Board of Commissioners approve a request to waive Development Services Site Plan Review Fees for Benhaven Parking Lot Project in the amount of $250. H. The Finance Officer requests the Board of Commissioners approve a GovDeals Refund in the amount of $2,925.00. I. Administration requests the Board of Commissioners approve a Contract and Agreement for the Exchange of Certain Real Property Tracts among Harnett County, the Town of Lillington and the Harnett County Board of Education. J. Adopt a Resolution requesting the North Carolina Department of Transportation add to the State’s Secondary Road System Morgan Farm Drive, Sweet Home Court, and Simply Country Lane within Morgan Farm Subdivision. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 1 Harnett County Board of Commissioners Page | 2 5. Public Comment Period Period of up to 30 minutes for informal comments allowing 3 minutes for each presentation 6. Reorganization of the Board – Selection of Chairman and Vice Chairman, Melissa Capps, Clerk to the Board 7. Presentation of the County’s Annual Comprehensive Finance Report for the Year Ended June 30, 2021. Presented by Matt Braswell, CPA Martin Starnes & Associates, CPAs, PA 8. Appointments 9. Public Hearing – Billboard Lease with Interstate Outdoor, Inc. (following the public hearing, the Board will consider authorizing the lease agreement), Thomas Royer 10. Consider and approve a Resolution of Support to Create and Join a New Local Workforce Development Area, Coley Price and Chris Appel 11. Consider and approve a proposal from Sanford Holshouser regarding an Economic and Fiscal Impact Study for Edgerton Industrial Park, George Wood and Coley Price 12. Consider and approve a proposal from Sanford Holshouser regarding the Recertification of Edgerton Industrial Park, George Wood and Coley Price 13. Discussion and consideration of Jetport Projects for the existing and new Engineers of Record, Coley Price 14. County Manager’s Report - George Wood, Interim County Manager A. Harnett County DSS Monthly Report B. Harnett County Veteran Services Monthly Report C. Interdepartmental Budget Amendments 15. New Business 16. Closed Session 17. Recess until Tuesday, December 7, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. to the Harnett County Resource Center & Library, Training Room 103 A. CONDUCT OF THE DECEMBER 6, 2021 MEETING Live audio of the meeting will be streamed on the Harnett County Government’s YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU7mTF6HTD65x_98EhAMeMg/featured. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 2 November 8, 2021 Work Session Minutes Harnett County Board of Commissioners Page 1 of 4 HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Minutes of Work Session November 8, 2021 The Harnett County Board of Commissioners met in work session on Monday, November 8, 2021 at 9:00 am in Commissioners Meeting Room, Harnett County Resource Center and Library Building, 455 McKinney Parkway, Lillington, North Carolina. Members present: W. Brooks Matthews, Chairman Lewis W. Weatherspoon, Vice Chairman Barbara McKoy, Commissioner Mark B. Johnson, Commissioner Matt Nicol, Commissioner Staff present: George Wood, Interim County Manager Dwight Snow, County Attorney Melissa D. Capps, Clerk Chairman Matthews called the Harnett County Board of Commissioners meeting to order at 9:00 am. Commissioner McKoy led the Pledge of Allegiance and invocation. The following agenda was before the Board of Commissioners: 1.Call to order – Chairman Matthews 2. Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation – Commissioner Barbara McKoy 3.Public Hearing regarding the proposed electoral districts boundaries for the Harnett County Board of Commissioners and Board of Education, Christopher Appel & Craig Schauer 4.Closed Session 5.Development Services briefing on upcoming public hearings: •Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2109-0003 Landowner / Applicant: Henry & Susie Elmore; 5.36 +/- acres; Pin # 1515-42-2598.000; From Commercial to Industrial Zoning District; SR # 1872 (Dixieland Road); Averasboro Township. •Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2109-0004 Landowner / Applicant: Alphin Brothers, Inc.; 2.37 +/- acres; Pin # 1515-42-0304.000; From Commercial to Industrial Zoning District; SR # 1872 (Dixieland Road); Averasboro Township. •Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2110-0001 Landowner / Applicant: Rita Cotton, Kevin Lofton, Keith Lofton; Jerome & Algireen Washington / Hamilton Monk, Inc; 1.74 & 1.03 +/- acres; Pin #’s 9594-26-3582.000 9594-26-4447.000 & From RA-20R to Commercial Zoning District; NC 24/87; Anderson Creek Township. •Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2110-0003 Landowner / Applicant: Allied Investors, Inc. / Timmons Group-Beth Blackmon; 7.50 +/- acres (out of Item 4Ai HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 3 November 8, 2021 Work Session Minutes Harnett County Board of Commissioners Page 2 of 4 108.31 acres); Pin # 9586-98-1436.000; From RA-20R to Commercial Zoning District; SR # 1141(Alpine Drive); Barbecue Township. 6. Discuss General Services Director request to add an Animal Control Officer, Barry Blevins 7. Discuss Aircraft Apron & Helipad Design (Apron Expansion) Project Work Authorization (WA) 18-02 (amendment 31) for $36,100 provides additional design, bidding assistance, permitting/grant administration for the Apron Expansion at the Jetport, Coley Price 8. Discuss proposed Facilities Rental Policy and proposed staffing requests for the Facilities Rental Policy, Brian Haney 9. Discuss Bid for Demolition of Former Harnett County Detention Center, Brian Haney 10. Former Benhaven Campus Update, Brian Haney 11. Discuss Renaming of Fort Bragg 12. County Manager’s Report- George Wood, Interim County Manager • 2022 Schedule of Meetings • November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Agenda Review • Review applications to serve on Boards and Committees • Upcoming meetings and invitations 13. Adjourn Christopher Appel, Senior Staff Attorney, introduced Craig Schauer with Brooks Pierce and petitioned the Board for a public hearing regarding the proposed electoral districts boundaries for the Harnett County Board of Commissioners and the Harnett County Board of Education. Attorney Schauer reviewed changes to the proposed maps. Commissioner McKoy expressed concerns regarding District 1. Attorney Schauer stated he did not believe District 1’s footprint in Lillington had changed but he would look into and check the details. Chairman Matthews opened the public hearing and the following people spoke: 1. Roger Farina of 306 Pine Valley Lane, Sanford, NC. 2. Clara Jones with the Board of Elections. 3. Karen Richter of District 4. 4. Richard Chapman of 5220 Christian Light Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC. 5. Charles Morton of 86 Gwendolyn Way, Fuquay-Varina, NC. 6. Margaret Morton of 86 Gwendolyn Way, Fuquay-Varina, NC. 7. Rebekah Brock of 5220 Christian Light Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC. No one else spoke. Chairman Matthews closed the public hearing. Commissioner McKoy made a motion to convene into Closed Session to discuss certain personnel matters and to instruct the County staff concerning the position to be taken by the County in negotiating a contract for the acquisition of real property. This motion is made pursuant to NC General Statute Section 143-318.11 (a)(6) and 143-318.11 (a)(5). The motion was seconded by Commissioner Johnson and carried unanimously. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 4 November 8, 2021 Work Session Minutes Harnett County Board of Commissioners Page 3 of 4 Following a motion to come out of Closed Session, Chairman Matthews called the meeting back into open session. Attorney Snow stated prior to going into Closed Session, the Board held a public hearing regarding the proposed electoral districts boundaries. The County’s legal staff would like direction on how to proceed since the deadline of the 17th is approaching. Chairman Matthews stated I believe the intent is to ask GIS to print maps of Map 5, make them available here for the public to review, make it an action item for the 15th. The Board discussed holding another public hearing and consensus was to schedule another public hearing. A vote to follow the public hearing. Jay Sikes, Assistant Development Services Director/ Manager of Planning Services, provided a briefing on the following upcoming public hearings: • Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2109-0003 Landowner / Applicant: Henry & Susie Elmore; 5.36 +/- acres; Pin # 1515-42-2598.000; From Commercial to Industrial Zoning District; SR # 1872 (Dixieland Road); Averasboro Township. • Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2109-0004 Landowner / Applicant: Alphin Brothers, Inc.; 2.37 +/- acres; Pin # 1515-42-0304.000; From Commercial to Industrial Zoning District; SR # 1872 (Dixieland Road); Averasboro Township. • Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2110-0001 Landowner / Applicant: Rita Cotton, Kevin Lofton, Keith Lofton; Jerome & Algireen Washington / Hamilton Monk, Inc; 1.74 & 1.03 +/- acres; Pin #’s 9594-26-3582.000 9594-26-4447.000 & From RA-20R to Commercial Zoning District; NC 24/87; Anderson Creek Township. • Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2110-0003 Landowner / Applicant: Allied Investors, Inc. / Timmons Group-Beth Blackmon; 7.50 +/- acres (out of 108.31 acres); Pin # 9586-98-1436.000; From RA-20R to Commercial Zoning District; SR # 1141(Alpine Drive); Barbecue Township. Barry Blevins, General Services Director, reviewed a request to add an animal control officer to field services. Mr. Blevins also provided information on current vacancies. Coley Price, Assistant County Manager, reviewed a request for the Board of Commissioners to consider Work Authorization (WA) 18-02 for Talbert & Bright to design new phasing plans that will reduce closure to hangar tenants at the Jetport during the expansion construction. Consensus of the Board was to place this item on the next consent agenda. Brian Haney, Assistant County Manager, reviewed the revised County of Harnett Policies Governing the Use of the Harnett County Commons Area and Harnett County Resource Center & Library Training Rooms and proposed staffing requests for the revised rental policy. Consensus of the Board was to place this item on the next consent agenda. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 5 November 8, 2021 Work Session Minutes Harnett County Board of Commissioners Page 4 of 4 Mr. Haney also reviewed a request to award a bid for the demolition of the former Harnett County Detention Center and associated electrical, mechanical, plumbing, site, and architectural work to Spruill Construction, which was the low bidder for this project with a base bid of $448,000. Consensus of the Board was to place this item on the next consent agenda. Mr. Haney also provided an update on the former Benhaven Campus. Consensus was to bring back at a later date. Commissioner Johnson introduced Carl Chuck Turnage, US Army Retired, President of the General William C. Lee Memorial Commission who shared information on the request to rename Fort Bragg, to Fort Major General William C. Lee. A draft list of the 2022 schedule of meetings for the Board of Commissioners was provided for review. The draft agenda for the November 15, 2021 meeting was reviewed, as well as the applications to serve on Boards and Committees. Chairman Matthews asked for an update on Wetland Solutions Report for the Riverside Community. Mr. Price stated he would ask for an update from Ms. Lambert. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon moved to adjourn the meeting at 12:48 p.m. Commissioner Johnson seconded the motion that passed unanimously. _______________________________ ______________________________ W. Brooks Matthews, Chairman Melissa D. Capps, Clerk to the Board HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 6 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 1 of 9 HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Regular Meeting Minutes November 15, 2021 The Harnett County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, November 15, 2021 at 6:00 pm, in the Commissioners Meeting Room, Harnett County Resource Center and Library, 455 McKinney Parkway, Lillington, North Carolina. Members present: W. Brooks Matthews, Chairman Barbara McKoy, Commissioner Mark B. Johnson, Commissioner Lewis W. Weatherspoon, Vice Chairman Matt B. Nicol, Commissioner Staff present: George Wood, Interim County Manager Dwight Snow, County Attorney Kimberly Honeycutt, Finance Officer Melissa Capps, Clerk Chairman Matthews called the meeting to order at 6:00 pm. Commissioner Johnson led the Pledge of Allegiance and invocation. Chairman Matthews called for any additions or deletions to the published agenda. Chris Appel, Senior Staff Attorney stated on Item 9, I would ask that you add and a motion to approve a Resolution Finding Substantial Inequality for Redistricting Purposes and adopting new election district boundaries. Chairman Matthews asked that the Commissioners add budget amendment no. 1212b which was inadvertently left out of the agenda packet. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to approve the agenda as revised. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Nicol and carried unanimously. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to approve the consent agenda as revised. Commissioner McKoy seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. The items on the consent agenda were as follows: A.Minutes i.Work Session Minutes of October 26, 2021 ii.Regular Meeting Minutes of November 1, 2021 B.Budget Amendments (Attachment 1) C.Tax Rebates, Refunds and Releases – Motion to approve tax rebates, refunds and releases as requested by the Tax Administrator. (Attachment 2) Item 4Aii HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 7 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 2 of 9 D. Administration requests adoption of the North Carolina Local Government Records Retention Schedule Updates to the General Records Schedule and the Program Records Schedule. E. General Services Director requests the Board of Commissioners consider and approve position and budget for adding one additional Animal Control Officer (ACO) Position bringing total number of ACO positions to five (5). F. Administration requests the Board of Commissioners consider and approve Work Authorization (WA) 18-02 for Talbert & Bright to design new phasing plans that will reduce closure to hangar tenants at the Jetport during the expansion construction. G. Administration requests the Board consider approval of the revised County of Harnett Policies Governing the Use of the Harnett County Commons Area and Harnett County Resource Center & Library Training Rooms. H. Along with approval of the revised Policies Governing the Use of the Harnett County Commons Area and Harnett County Resource Center & Library Training Rooms, Administration requests the approval of the following two positions: Facilities Maintenance Technician (Grade 16) and Audio-Visual Technician/Trainer (Grade 20) which we believe are necessary to effectively administer this policy as presented. I. Administration requests award of a bid for the demolition of the former Harnett County Detention Center and associated electrical, mechanical, plumbing, site, and architectural work to Spruill Construction, which was the low bidder for this project (Bid Recommendation Letter from Wooten Company is attached) with a base bid of $448,000. J. The Health Director requests, pending approval from the Board of Health at their November 18, 2021 meeting, establish the rates for the FY21-22 Flu Vaccines. K. The Sheriff’s Office is requesting approval to accept a donation of an enclosed trailer from the Angier Fire Department. The trailer will be used by the Sheriff’s Office to transport Dive Team equipment. Chairman Matthews presented the following Proclamation: Proclamation Recognizing Harnett Central High School Lady Trojans Varsity Volleyball Team. The Harnett County Board of Commissioners express its sincere gratitude and respect to the Harnett Central High School Lady Trojans Varsity Volleyball Team and Coaching staff for the team’s outstanding achievements and their inspiration to youth across North Carolina through their dedication, teamwork, and athletic prowess. Chairman Matthews opened the meeting for informal comments by the public, allowing up to 3 minutes for each presentation up to 30 minutes. The following people provided comments: 1. Tony Griggs of 39 Queens Court, Angier, NC. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 8 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 3 of 9 2. Rebekah Brock of 5220 Christian Light Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC. 3. Alan Longman of 234 Hamilton Road, Bunnlevel, NC. 4. Rosa Smith Williams of 3273 Bunnlevel – Erwin Road, Erwin, NC. 5. Stephanie Watson of 12 Pioneer Court, Lillington, NC. 6. Woody Lee of 217 Woodview Court, Fuquay-Varina, NC. 7. Karen Richter of 6711 River Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC 8. Dolly Griggs of 39 Queens Court, Angier, NC. 9. Elizabeth Crudup of 234 Hamilton Road, Bunnlevel, NC. 10. Jean Sevoli of 519 Falling Water Road, Spring Lake, NC. Commissioner McKoy shared comments regarding District 1 and representing every citizen in the county. No one else spoke. The public comment period was closed. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to accept the resignation of Jim Roberts on the Triangle South Workforce Development Board, reappoint Kathy Wood and Stanley Price to the Planning Board, and approve Elaine Blackman’s appointment as the Town of Angier’s Liaison on the Harnett County Library Board of Trustees. Chris Appeal, Senior Staff Attorney introduced Craig Schauer with Brooks Pierce who reviewed the process gone through for the redistricting of electoral districts. Additional discussion included what would happen if new maps were not adopted by the November 17th deadline, Phase 5 and Phase 6 redistricting maps. Chairman Matthews opened the public hearing regarding the revised electoral district boundaries for the Harnett County Board of Commissioners and Harnett County Board of Education. The following people spoke: 1. Charles Morton of 86 Gwendolyn Way, Fuquay-Varina, NC 2. Jean Sevoli of 519 Falling Water Road, Spring Lake, NC. 3. Woody Lee of 217 Woodview Court, Fuquay-Varina, NC. 4. Rebecca Fuller 230 Morgan Farm Drive, Lillington, NC 5. Joe Langley of 298 Kirk Adams Road, Angier, NC. 6. Danna Vasquez of 230 Heather Brooks Circle, Spring lake, NC. 7. Rosa Smith Williams of 3273 Bunnlevel – Erwin Road, Erwin, NC. 8. Roger Farina of 306 Pine Valley Lane, Sanford, NC. 9. Richard Chapman of 5220 Christian Light Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC. 10. Elizabeth Crudup of 234 Hamilton Road, Bunnlevel, NC. No one else spoke. Chairman Matthews closed the public hearing. Chairman Matthews summarized the process undertaken. Once we make our decision it will be up to the Board of Education to decide if they want to align with that or if they would like to do something differently. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 9 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 4 of 9 Chairman Matthews made a motion to accept Phase 5 as presented last Monday and has been available this week and adopt the Phase 5 County Commissioner District Map. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon seconded the motion. Commissioner Nicol made a motion to table this motion, to allow more time and gather some more information and data. Commissioner McKoy seconded the motion. Commissioners McKoy, Johnson and Nicol voted in favor of tabling the motion. Chairman Matthews and Vice Chairman Weatherspoon voted against the motion. The motion passed 3:2. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion that rather than adjourn, recess and reconvene no later than the 17th at 9:00 am to continue discussion on this matter. Commissioner Nicol seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. The Board of Commissioners took a 10 minute recess at 8:05 p.m. The Board of Commissioners reconvened at 8:15 p.m. Jay Sikes, Assistant Development Services Director/ Manager of Planning Services, petitioned the Board for a Public Hearing on the Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2109-0003 Landowner / Applicant: Henry & Susie Elmore; 5.36 +/- acres; Pin # 1515-42-2598.000; From Commercial to Industrial Zoning District; SR # 1872 (Dixieland Road); Averasboro Township. The site is currently occupied by the applicant’s materials that have accumulated due to his business. Mr. Sikes stated staff’s evaluation as: - The IMPACT to the adjacent property owners and the surrounding community is reasonable, and the benefits of the rezoning outweigh any potential inconvenience or harm to the community. REASONING: The impact to the surrounding community is reasonable, as there are several nonresidential uses in this area. - The requested zoning district is COMPATIBLE with the existing Land Use Classification. REASONING: The requested zoning is compatible with the existing Land Use classification of Employments Mixed Use. This area is also within a Compact Mixed Use development node. These two designations highlight growing areas of the County that could include locations for employment and economic development opportunities, as well as have access to major thoroughfares and public utilities. - The proposal does ENHANCE or maintain the public health, safety and general welfare. REASONING: The requested rezoning to Industrial would maintain the public health, safety, and general welfare as the proposed zoning district will allow for uses in a similar manner as the area’s existing development trends. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 10 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 5 of 9 - The request is not for a SMALL SCALE REZONING and should be evaluated for reasonableness. REASONING: Since this parcel is adjacent to the same zoning district, this application does not need to be considered for a Small Scale rezoning. Suggested Statement-of-Consistency. As stated in the evaluation, the requested rezoning to Industrial would not have an unreasonable impact on the surrounding community based on the nonresidential uses and zoning districts in this area as well as compliance with the County’s Land Use Plan. Therefore, it is recommended that this rezoning request be APPROVED. On November 1st, the Harnett County Planning Board voted unanimously (4-0) to recommend approval of application based on the existing nonresidential uses in this area as well as the compatibility with the Land Use Plan. No one spoke in opposition. Chairman Matthews opened the public hearing and the following person spoke: - Woody Lee of 217 Woodview Court, Fuquay-Varina, NC. No one else spoke and the public hearing was closed. Commissioner Johnson made a motion to approve the rezoning request CASE # PLAN2109- 0003. Commissioner Nicol seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Jay Sikes, Assistant Development Services Director/ Manager of Planning Services, petitioned the Board for a Public Hearing on the Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2109-0004 Landowner / Applicant: Alphin Brothers, Inc.; 2.37 +/- acres; Pin # 1515-42-0304.000; From Commercial to Industrial Zoning District; SR # 1872 (Dixieland Road); Averasboro Township. The site is currently occupied by the applicant’s materials that have accumulated due to his business. Mr. Sikes stated staff’s evaluation as: - The IMPACT to the adjacent property owners and the surrounding community is reasonable, and the benefits of the rezoning outweigh any potential inconvenience or harm to the community. REASONING: The impact to the surrounding community is reasonable, as there are several nonresidential uses in this area. - The requested zoning district is COMPATIBLE with the existing Land Use Classification. REASONING: The requested zoning is compatible with the existing Land Use classification of Employments Mixed Use. This area is also within a Compact Mixed Use development node. These two designations highlight growing areas of the County that could include locations for employment and economic development opportunities, as well as have access to major thoroughfares and public utilities. - The proposal does ENHANCE or maintain the public health, safety and general welfare. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 11 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 6 of 9 REASONING: The requested rezoning to Industrial, whose intent is to promote the development of business and institutional uses, would maintain the public health, safety, and general welfare due to the neighboring, nonresidential parcels. - The request is not for a SMALL SCALE REZONING and should be evaluated for reasonableness. REASONING: Since this parcel is adjacent to the same zoning district, this application does not need to be considered for a Small Scale rezoning. Suggested Statement-of-Consistency - As stated in the evaluation, the requested rezoning to Industrial would not have an unreasonable impact on the surrounding community based on the nonresidential uses and zoning districts in this area as well as compliance with the County’s Land Use Plan. Therefore, it is recommended that this rezoning request be APPROVED. On November 1st, the Harnett County Planning Board voted unanimously (4- 0) to recommend approval of application based on the existing nonresidential uses in this area as well as the compatibility with the Land Use Plan. No one spoke in opposition. Chairman Matthews opened the public hearing. No one spoke and the public hearing was closed. Commissioner Johnson made a motion to approve the rezoning request Case # PLAN2109-0004. Commissioner Nicol seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Jay Sikes, Assistant Development Services Director/ Manager of Planning Services, petitioned the Board for a Public Hearing: Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2110-0001 Landowner / Applicant: Rita Cotton, Kevin Lofton, Keith Lofton; Jerome & Algireen Washington / Hamilton Monk, Inc; 1.74 & 1.03 +/- acres; Pin #’s 9594-26-3582.000 9594-26-4447.000 & From RA-20R to Commercial Zoning District; NC 24/87; Anderson Creek Township. Parcels are currently occupied by residential structures. Mr. Sikes stated staff’s evaluation as: - The IMPACT to the adjacent property owners and the surrounding community is reasonable, and the benefits of the rezoning outweigh any potential inconvenience or harm to the community. REASONING: In the vicinity of the subject property, non- residential development has progressed at a stable pace. The requested zoning change to Commercial will not have a negative impact on the surrounding properties or the community as it is similar in nature to existing and neighboring zoning districts in the area. - The requested zoning district is COMPATIBLE with the existing Land Use Classification. REASONING: The requested zoning is compatible with the existing Land Use classification of a Compact Mixed Use, as well as within the Compatibility Development Target area. These two designations highlight growing areas of the County that consist of planned residential areas mixed with a variety of nonresidential uses. - The proposal does ENHANCE or maintain the public health, safety and general welfare. REASONING: The requested rezoning to Commercial would enhance or maintain the HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 12 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 7 of 9 public health, safety, and general welfare due to the neighboring commercially zoned parcels. - The request is not for a SMALL SCALE REZONING and should be evaluated for - reasonableness. REASONING: Since the proposed zoning district exists on contiguous properties, this application does not need to be evaluated for Small Scale Rezoning. Suggested Statement-of-Consistency - As stated in the evaluation, the requested rezoning to Commercial is compatible with Harnett County Land Use Plan and would not have an unreasonable impact on the surrounding community based on the existing commercial in the area. Therefore, it is recommended that this rezoning request be APPROVED. On November 1st, the Harnett County Planning Board voted unanimously (4-0) to recommend approval of application based on the existing Commercial in this area as well as the compatibility with the Land Use Plan. No one spoke in opposition. Chairman Matthews opened the public hearing and the following people spoke: 1. Roger Farina of 306 Pine Valley Lane, Sanford, NC. 2. Scott Brown of 409 Chicago Drive, Suite 112, Fayetteville, NC. 3. David Vendetti with Due Diligence Research Group, LLC Raleigh, NC. No one else spoke. The pubic haring was closed. Commissioner Nicol thanked Mr. Vendetti for his efforts to spear growth. Commissioner Nicol made a motion to approve the rezoning request for Case # PLAN2110-0001. Commissioner Johnson seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Jay Sikes, Assistant Development Services Director/ Manager of Planning Services, petitioned the Board for a Public Hearing: Proposed Zoning Change: Case # PLAN2110-0003 Landowner / Applicant: Allied Investors, Inc. / Timmons Group-Beth Blackmon; 7.50 +/- acres (out of 108.31 acres); Pin # 9586-98-1436.000; From RA-20R to Commercial Zoning District; SR # 1141(Alpine Drive); Barbecue Township. The site is currently vacant. Mr. Sikes stated staff’s evaluation as: - The IMPACT to the adjacent property owners and the surrounding community is reasonable, and the benefits of the rezoning outweigh any potential inconvenience or harm to the community. REASONING: The requested zoning change to Commercial will not have a negative impact on the community as it is the same zoning as the adjacent parcels. This would also coincide with the development patterns in this area. - The requested zoning district is COMPATIBLE with the existing Land Use Classification. REASONING: The requested zoning is compatible with the existing Land Use classification of a Compact Mixed Use. These classifications incorporate commercial uses and often have complimenting office and civic uses with residential developments in close proximity. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 13 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 8 of 9 - The proposal does ENHANCE or maintain the public health, safety and general welfare. REASONING: The requested rezoning to Commercial would enhance or maintain the public health, safety, and general welfare due to the neighboring commercially zoned parcels. - The request is not for a SMALL SCALE REZONING and should be evaluated for reasonableness. REASONING: Since the proposed zoning district is the same as immediately adjacent parcels, this application does not need to be evaluated for Small Scale Rezoning. Suggested Statement-of-Consistency - As stated in the evaluation, the requested rezoning to Commercial would not have an unreasonable impact on the surrounding community based compatibility with the Harnett County Land Use Plan as well as the existing commercial uses in this area. Therefore, it is recommended that this rezoning request be APPROVED. On November 1st, the Harnett County Planning Board voted unanimously (4-0) to recommend approval of application based on the existing Commercial in this area as well as the compatibility with the Land Use Plan. No one spoke in opposition. A representative from the existing commercial property did ask several questions about future growth in this area, what type of commercial is planned, and future traffic patterns. Chairman Matthews opened the public hearing and the following person spoke: - Beth Blackman with the Timmons Group T 5410 Trinity Road, Suite 102 Raleigh, NC. No one else spoke and the public hearing was closed. Commissioner Nicol made a motion to approve the rezoning Case # PLAN2110-0003. Commissioner McKoy seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Bill Tyson, Tax Administrator requested the Board of Commissioners approve and adopt the 2022 Schedule of Values. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to approve and adopt the 2022 Schedule of Values. Commissioner Johnson seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Steve Ward, HRW Director, requested for the Board to approve a $232,472 increasing change order to Temple Grading & Construction for additional work and equipment for the Schools Wastewater Extension Project. The additional work consisted of the connection of the schools' internal plumbing to the newly installed lift stations and the installation of backflow preventers. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to approve a $232,472 increasing change order to Temple Grading & Construction for additional work and equipment for the Schools Wastewater Extension Project. Commissioner Nicol seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 14 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 9 of 9 Ira Hall, Chief Information Officer, reviewed a request from CloudWyze who has requested a few changes to the original statement of work. In the original scope of work Cloud Wyze planned to install wireless equipment on 5 water towers and they were planning to use county owned fiber to connect their middle mile Internet connection in Lillington to the Lillington communication tower. It has been determined that the county is statutorily unable to lease out fiber to Internet Service Providers. CloudWyze will have to build fiber out to the tower to make this connection. Removing the cost of 3 water towers from the scope will cover the unforeseen fiber build out costs. The water towers that will be removed are mostly covering municipality areas and will not have a large impact on the overall project and the ability to reach underserved residents. Commissioner Nicol made a motion to approve the requested amendment to the Broadband Services Agreement Statement of Work with CloudWyze. Commissioner McKoy seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to approve a 10% raise for Sheriff Wayne Coats retroactive to July 16, 2021, the effective date all other sworn officers received a raise. Commissioner Johnson seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. Mr. Wood stated the following information was provided in the agenda packet: • Harnett County Finance Monthly Report • Harnett County Veterans Services Activity Report • Harnett County Department of Public Health Activities Summary • Interdepartmental Budget Amendments Attorney Appel provided an update on a presidential mandate regarding vaccinations for employers. Commissioner Nicol stated I would like the Board to consider and possibly made a resolution to speak with the legislature about the possibility of adding two new commissioner districts and two voting precincts. Chairman Matthews asked Mr. Wood and Attorney Appel look into that and add to a work session. Commissioner Johnson made a motion to convene into Closed Session to consult with the County’s legal counsel in order to preserve the attorney-client privilege concerning the handling of certain litigation including the following case: IN RE: National Prescription Opiate Litigation US District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division, MDL No. 2804 CASE:1:17-md-02804. This motion is made pursuant to NC General Statute Section 143-318.11 (a)(3). Commissioner Nicol seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 15 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 15, 2021 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 10 of 9 Following a motion to come out of Closed Session, Chairman Matthews called the meeting back into open session. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to recess the meeting at 9:07 pm to November 17, 2021 at 9:00 am in the Commissioners Meeting Room, Harnett County Resource Center & Library. ____________________________________ ___________________________________ W. Brooks Matthews, Vice Chairman Melissa D. Capps, Clerk HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 16 Attachment 1 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 17 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 18 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 19 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 20 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 21 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 22 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 23 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 24 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 25 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 26 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 27 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 28 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 29 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 30 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 31 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 32 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 33 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 34 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 35 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 36 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 37 Attachment 2 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 38 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 17, 2021 Recessed Meeting Minutes Page 1 of 2 HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Recessed Meeting Minutes November 17, 2021 The Harnett County Board of Commissioners met in a recessed meeting on Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at 9:00 am, in the Commissioners Meeting Room, Harnett County Resource Center and Library, 455 McKinney Parkway, Lillington, North Carolina. Members present: W. Brooks Matthews, Chairman Lewis W. Weatherspoon, Vice Chairman Barbara McKoy, Commissioner Mark B. Johnson, Commissioner Matt B. Nicol, Commissioner Others present: George Wood, Interim County Manager Dwight Snow, County Attorney Kimberly Honeycutt, Finance Officer Melissa Capps, Clerk Chairman Matthews reconvened the meeting at 9:00 am. The following agenda was before the Board: 1.Call to order – Chairman W. Brooks Matthews 2. Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation – Vice Chairman Lewis Weatherspoon 3.Discuss and possible vote on Resolution Finding Substantial Inequality of Existing Districts and Adopting New Election Boundaries. 4.Adjourn Chairman Matthews shared information related to Session Law 2021-56, Senate Bill 722 which states “the board of county commissioners shall review and revise its electoral districts in accordance with State and federal law, and adopt a resolution containing the revised electoral districts on or before November 17, 2021.” Vice Chairman Weatherspoon shared information he received if the Commissioners fail to adopt a new map. Additional discussion included special election costs. Commissioner Nicol made a motion to withdraw his motion to table and move to pick back up the motion on the item Resolution Finding Substantial Inequality of Existing Districts and Adopting New Election Boundaries. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Item 4Aiii HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 39 Harnett County Board of Commissioners November 17, 2021 Recessed Meeting Minutes Page 2 of 2 Chairman Matthews stated we have the motion to adopt the Phase 5 map from Monday which was seconded. Chairman Matthews called for discussion. Commissioner McKoy stated we are here to do the will of the people. Commissioner McKoy asked about the difference between the green and blue shading from the maps, is there a change in District 1. Craig Schauer stated there is no change to District 1; it is the current colors chosen by the county, simply a choice of colors. Chairman Matthews called for a vote on the motion to adopt Phase 5 map. Following a roll call vote, all Commissioners voted in favor of the motion. Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to adjourn. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Nicol. The motion carried unanimously. Chairman Weatherspoon withdrew the motion to adjourn. Vice Chairman Weatherspoon made a motion to adopt a Resolution Finding Substantial Inequality of Existing Districts and Adopting New Election Boundaries as indicated on the Phase 5 map (Attachment 1). The motion was seconded by Commissioner Nicol. The motion carried unanimously. There being no further business, Commissioner Nicol made a motion to adjourn. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Johnson. The motion carried and the meeting adjourned at 4:37 pm. ____________________________________ ___________________________________ W. Brooks Matthews, Chairman Melissa D. Capps, Clerk HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 40 Attachment 1 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 41 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 42 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 43 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 44 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 45 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 46 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 47 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 48 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 49 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 50 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 51 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 52 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 53 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 54 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 55 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 56 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 57 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 58 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 59 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 60 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 61 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 62 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 63 Item 4B HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 64 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 65 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 66 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 67 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 68 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 69 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 70 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 71 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 72 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 73 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 74 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 75 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 76 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 77 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 78 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 79 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 80 Bill #Taxpayer Name Bill Date Operator ID (Name) Release Date Orig Bill Amount($) Release Amount($) Bill Amount after Release($) RELEASE REASON: Adjustment 0000009875-2021-2021-0000-00-REG CHAMPOLI, CARL 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/15/2021 1,949.95 70.27 1,879.68 0000020508-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GRANDY, LISA LEIGH 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/4/2021 129.00 129.00 0.00 0000020675-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 0.00 2.19 -2.19 0000031569-2021-2021-0000-00-REG TANGLEWOOD PROPERTIES LLC 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/12/2021 6,013.20 1,260.00 4,753.20 0000038117-2021-2021-0000-00-REG MORRIS, DAMANY 7/28/2021 CRYSTAL THOMAS 10/21/2021 85.00 85.00 0.00 0000039648-2021-2021-0000-00-REG NEW DUNN HOTEL LLC, 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/26/2021 3,662.90 1,255.28 2,407.62 0000040986-2021-2021-0000-00-REG HODGES, THOMAS EDWARD 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/29/2021 173.72 44.72 129.00 0000047412-2021-2021-0000-00-REG SENTER, MICHAEL C 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/26/2021 604.66 176.88 427.78 0000057092-2021-2021-0000-02-REG WATTS, GLOIS G 7/26/2021 CRYSTAL THOMAS 10/14/2021 1,060.26 317.63 742.63 0001120537-2021-2021-0000-00-REG ARMSTRONG, DAVID M 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/1/2021 36.44 36.44 0.00 0001273859-2020-2020-0000-00-REG BOONE, FRANKLIN LEE 11/18/2020 APRIL DIAZ 10/13/2021 12.71 12.71 0.00 0001273859-2021-2021-0000-00-REG BOONE, FRANKLIN LEE 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/13/2021 11.45 11.45 0.00 0001306299-2021-2021-0000-00-REG ROSSNER, DAVID WILLIAM 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/29/2021 4,179.72 436.16 3,743.56 Release Reason ALL 10/1/2021 Default Sort-By: Report Parameters: Tax District: Grouping: Bill #,Taxpayer Name,Release Date,Billing Date,Operator ID, Release Amount Data as of: 11/29/2021 6:43:09 PM TR-304 Bill Release Report NCPTS V4Date run: 11/30/2021 11:22:29 AM Release Date Start:Release Date End: 10/31/2021 PAGE 1 of 8 Item 4C HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 81 Bill #Taxpayer Name Bill Date Operator ID (Name) Release Date Orig Bill Amount($) Release Amount($) Bill Amount after Release($) 0001380423-2021-2021-0000-00-REG BANKES, ANTHONY S 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/29/2021 1,337.33 845.46 491.87 0001380532-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 0.00 1.42 -1.42 0001554068-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/6/2021 0.00 2.51 -2.51 0001554079-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/4/2021 0.00 2.37 -2.37 0001554082-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 0.00 2.21 -2.21 0001662884-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/6/2021 0.00 2.54 -2.54 0001662891-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/4/2021 0.00 2.25 -2.25 0001758201-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/6/2021 61.06 61.06 0.00 0001881918-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 0.00 1.59 -1.59 0001985229-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/4/2021 0.00 2.30 -2.30 0001985240-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/4/2021 0.00 2.16 -2.16 0002082576-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 10.02 10.02 0.00 0002247012-2021-2021-0000-00-REG POTTER, DAVID MARK 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/14/2021 240.80 236.50 4.30 0002252893-2021-2021-0000-00-REG WARREN, RODNEY MASON 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/15/2021 215.34 194.34 21.00 0002253320-2020-2020-0000-00-REG DAISHER, EDWIN OSCAR 11/18/2020 APRIL DIAZ 10/25/2021 5.64 5.64 0.00 0002253320-2021-2021-0000-00-REG DAISHER, EDWIN OSCAR 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/25/2021 5.57 5.57 0.00 0002254636-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/4/2021 0.00 1.93 -1.93 0002254638-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/6/2021 0.00 2.31 -2.31 0002254644-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/4/2021 0.00 2.21 -2.21 0002256013-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 0.00 1.45 -1.45 PAGE 2 of 8 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 82 Bill #Taxpayer Name Bill Date Operator ID (Name) Release Date Orig Bill Amount($) Release Amount($) Bill Amount after Release($) 0002256015-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 0.00 2.68 -2.68 0002256022-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 0.00 1.08 -1.08 0002256025-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 0.00 1.42 -1.42 0002256031-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 0.00 1.68 -1.68 0002257231-2021-2021-0000-00-REG KNOCKOUT PRESSURE WASHING LLC 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/1/2021 100.34 31.22 69.12 0002258085-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 0.00 1.49 -1.49 0002261035-2019-2019-0000-00-REG CARR, WAYNE HARPER 8/15/2019 APRIL DIAZ 10/29/2021 18.79 18.79 0.00 0002261035-2020-2020-0000-00-REG CARR, WAYNE HARPER 11/18/2020 APRIL DIAZ 10/29/2021 18.79 18.79 0.00 0002261035-2021-2021-0000-00-REG CARR, WAYNE HARPER 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/29/2021 18.79 18.79 0.00 0002270090-2021-2021-0000-00-REG MCKINNEY, JOHNNIE CRAIG 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/11/2021 3,525.35 843.52 2,681.83 0002270784-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 0.00 2.90 -2.90 0002279223-2021-2021-0000-00-REG PARKER, LARRY BRUCE 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/29/2021 0.00 2.84 -2.84 0002279282-2021-2021-0000-00-REG RENFRO, TIMOTHY DALE 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/29/2021 66.49 66.49 0.00 0002279477-2021-2021-0000-00-REG DIEHNEL, JOHN WAYNE 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/15/2021 317.38 152.16 165.22 0002279479-2021-2021-0000-00-REG MILLER, CARL PHILLIP 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/29/2021 198.27 198.27 0.00 0002279499-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GULLEDGE, WILLIAM DALLAS 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/11/2021 95.46 95.46 0.00 0002284194-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GRADECK, CHRISTOPHER JAMES 7/30/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/12/2021 259.78 259.78 0.00 0002284731-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GENOVESE, MICHAEL A 7/30/2021 LILIA ALVARADO 10/8/2021 18.16 18.16 0.00 0002286695-2021-2021-0000-00-REG PRIEST, ALVIN LEIGH 7/30/2021 LILIA ALVARADO 10/21/2021 124.08 124.08 0.00 0002287720-2021-2021-0000-00-REG WEST, STEVEN LANDON 7/30/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/8/2021 137.91 137.91 0.00 0002288042-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 10/4/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/7/2021 173.41 173.41 0.00 0002288048-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 10/5/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/11/2021 104.18 104.18 0.00 PAGE 3 of 8 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 83 Bill #Taxpayer Name Bill Date Operator ID (Name) Release Date Orig Bill Amount($) Release Amount($) Bill Amount after Release($) 0002288054-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 10/5/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/11/2021 805.51 4.43 801.08 Subtotal 7,503.10 RELEASE REASON: Adjustment Release 0000020675-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 -2.19 0.00 -2.19 0001380532-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 -1.42 0.00 -1.42 0001554068-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/6/2021 -2.51 0.00 -2.51 0001554079-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/4/2021 -2.37 0.00 -2.37 0001554082-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 -2.21 0.00 -2.21 0001662884-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/6/2021 -2.54 0.00 -2.54 0001662891-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/4/2021 -2.25 0.00 -2.25 0001881918-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 -1.59 0.00 -1.59 0001985229-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/4/2021 -2.30 0.00 -2.30 0001985240-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/4/2021 -2.16 0.00 -2.16 0002254636-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/4/2021 -1.93 0.00 -1.93 0002254638-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/6/2021 -2.31 0.00 -2.31 0002254644-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/4/2021 -2.21 0.00 -2.21 0002256013-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 -1.45 0.00 -1.45 0002256015-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 -2.68 0.00 -2.68 0002256022-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 -1.08 0.00 -1.08 0002256025-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 SHANNON AUTRY 10/5/2021 -1.42 0.00 -1.42 PAGE 4 of 8 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 84 Bill #Taxpayer Name Bill Date Operator ID (Name) Release Date Orig Bill Amount($) Release Amount($) Bill Amount after Release($) 0002256031-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 -1.68 0.00 -1.68 0002258085-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 -1.49 0.00 -1.49 0002270784-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 -2.90 0.00 -2.90 0002279223-2021-2021-0000-00-REG PARKER, LARRY BRUCE 7/28/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/29/2021 -2.84 0.00 -2.84 Subtotal 0.00 RELEASE REASON: Billing Correction 0001881906-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP 7/28/2021 KRISTY TAYLOR 10/5/2021 17.01 17.01 0.00 Subtotal 17.01 RELEASE REASON: Deferred Bill 0002280644-2021-2021-0070-00-DLD BENNETT, VICTOR ROBERT JR 10/12/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/12/2021 2,724.72 2,724.72 0.00 Subtotal 2,724.72 RELEASE REASON: Exempt Property 0000013093-2021-2021-0000-00-REG LILLINGTON, TOWN OF 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/13/2021 807.25 807.25 0.00 0000013930-2021-2021-0000-00-REG LILLINGTON TOWN OF, 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/13/2021 725.21 725.21 0.00 Subtotal 1,532.46 RELEASE REASON: Full rebate 0002261401-2021-2021-0000-00-REG OLSON, MICHAEL PAUL 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/4/2021 3.41 3.41 0.00 Subtotal 3.41 RELEASE REASON: Military 0002080296-2012-2012-0000-00-REG BAPTISTE, OSIRIS EL-KASHIEF 4/1/2013 AMY BAIN 10/14/2021 57.62 57.62 0.00 0002265047-2019-2019-0000-00-REG KENNEDY, JOSEPH ROBERT 7/19/2019 APRIL DIAZ 10/1/2021 25.24 25.24 0.00 0002265048-2019-2019-0000-00-REG PAGE, JOSHUA LEE 7/19/2019 APRIL DIAZ 10/1/2021 22.96 11.49 11.47 0002268174-2019-2019-0000-00-REG PAGE, JOSHUA LEE 7/19/2019 APRIL DIAZ 10/1/2021 19.77 9.89 9.88 PAGE 5 of 8 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 85 Bill #Taxpayer Name Bill Date Operator ID (Name) Release Date Orig Bill Amount($) Release Amount($) Bill Amount after Release($) 0002273810-2020-2020-0000-00-REG PAGE, JOSHUA LEE 8/12/2020 APRIL DIAZ 10/1/2021 16.95 8.47 8.48 0002279076-2021-2021-0000-00-REG WILSON, DUSTIN GARFIELD 7/28/2021 AMY BAIN 10/27/2021 10.31 10.31 0.00 0002279215-2021-2021-0000-01-REG FIFER, MICHAEL STEVENS 7/28/2021 AMY BAIN 10/15/2021 321.04 321.04 0.00 0002282823-2021-2021-0000-00-REG HARPER, SEAN CONOR 7/30/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/13/2021 28.46 28.46 0.00 0002284145-2021-2021-0000-00-REG DRUMMOND, TEAVAN JOENARD 7/30/2021 AMY BAIN 10/20/2021 116.87 116.87 0.00 0002284898-2021-2021-0000-00-REG MCNEILL, MISSY LAUVRE 7/30/2021 AMY BAIN 10/25/2021 41.33 41.33 0.00 0002285333-2021-2021-0000-00-REG BAUSCHER, DANIEL JOHN 7/30/2021 AMY BAIN 10/11/2021 142.27 142.27 0.00 0002285612-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GOMEZ, ALONZO ERIC 7/30/2021 AMY BAIN 10/11/2021 4.30 4.30 0.00 0002286882-2021-2021-0000-00-REG JOHNSON, ADAM CHRISTOPHER 7/30/2021 APRIL DIAZ 10/11/2021 48.42 48.42 0.00 0002287491-2021-2021-0000-00-REG DAVILLA, RAUL III 7/30/2021 AMY BAIN 10/21/2021 105.51 105.51 0.00 0002287833-2021-2021-0000-00-REG GALES, ELLIS JR 7/30/2021 AMY BAIN 10/6/2021 97.59 97.59 0.00 Subtotal 1,028.81 RELEASE REASON: Over Assessment 0001380379-2021-2021-0000-00-REG RAMSEY, ROBERT SCOTT 7/28/2021 CRYSTAL THOMAS 10/27/2021 141.87 37.70 104.17 Subtotal 37.70 RELEASE REASON: Ownership change 0000051412-2021-2021-0000-00-REG DIVIDED SKY LLC 7/28/2021 AMY BAIN 10/11/2021 150.60 150.60 0.00 0001685314-2021-2021-0000-00-REG LOWRIMORE, LEO M JR 7/28/2021 AMY BAIN 10/18/2021 1,855.13 1,855.13 0.00 0002281876-2021-2021-0000-00-REG BURICHIN, CRYSTAL ANNE 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/15/2021 26.49 26.49 0.00 Subtotal 2,032.22 RELEASE REASON: Property Granted PUV 0002280644-2021-2021-0000-00-REG BENNETT, VICTOR ROBERT JR 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/12/2021 2,975.14 2,975.14 0.00 Subtotal 2,975.14 PAGE 6 of 8 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 86 Bill #Taxpayer Name Bill Date Operator ID (Name) Release Date Orig Bill Amount($) Release Amount($) Bill Amount after Release($) RELEASE REASON: Removal of SW Fee 0000025635-2021-2021-0000-00-REG FARTHING, NONA 7/28/2021 MARGARET WRIGHT 10/4/2021 251.87 85.00 166.87 Subtotal 85.00 RELEASE REASON: SMALL UNDERPAYMENT 0000002133-2021-2021-0000-00-REG TERRY, JOHNNY 7/28/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/20/2021 1,500.09 0.09 1,500.00 0000013161-2021-2021-0000-00-REG CURRIN, BOBBY L 7/28/2021 LOCKBOX DPC 10/4/2021 1,561.88 0.50 1,561.38 0000013229-2021-2021-0000-00-REG BAKER, SANDRA K 7/28/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/7/2021 1,085.07 0.07 1,085.00 0000015953-2021-2021-0000-00-REG NATIONAL ASSET ACQUISITION 2018 LLC, 7/28/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/5/2021 1,033.03 0.03 1,033.00 0000019686-2021-2021-0000-00-REG RAINES, MARY R 7/28/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/4/2021 282.75 0.75 282.00 0000024241-2021-2021-0000-00-REG HIPP, LISA WOMBLE 7/28/2021 KIMBERLY BAKER 10/15/2021 2,795.57 0.02 2,795.55 0000028848-2021-2021-0000-00-REG BLACKBURN, HUNTER L 7/28/2021 KIMBERLY BAKER 10/18/2021 1,604.22 0.06 1,604.16 0000040150-2021-2021-0070-01-REG GRISSOM, SIDNEY RODGER 10/1/2021 KIMBERLY BAKER 10/1/2021 387.30 0.01 387.29 0000042896-2021-2021-0000-00-REG VILLANUEVA, RUTILIO MAXIMINO 7/28/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/12/2021 325.29 0.29 325.00 0000049483-2021-2021-0000-00-REG EGGERLING, JENNIFER L 7/28/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/18/2021 397.42 0.42 397.00 0000053041-2021-2021-0000-00-REG TAYLOR, FRANK KEVIN 7/28/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/25/2021 1,299.79 0.01 1,299.78 0000055430-2020-2020-0000-00-REG TYNDALL, TONY ONEIL 7/30/2020 LOCKBOX DPC 10/7/2021 1,180.46 0.01 1,180.45 0000056667-2020-2020-0000-00-REG WARD, JOHNNIE RAY 7/30/2020 KIMBERLY BAKER 10/28/2021 732.41 0.53 731.88 0001261732-2020-2020-0000-00-REG ECHEVERRIA, JUANITA 7/30/2020 YVONNE MCARTHUR 10/5/2021 434.52 0.47 434.05 0001750751-2021-2021-0000-00-REG NORRIS, BARBARA THOMAS 7/28/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/14/2021 1,548.70 0.05 1,548.65 0001772454-2012-2012-0000-00-REG MCNEIL, CHANDRA DANITA 7/2/2012 TRACI FERRELL 10/13/2021 81.15 0.06 81.09 0001982987-2012-2012-0000-00-REG MCNAIR, PHILLIP ANDRE 6/1/2012 TRACI FERRELL 10/14/2021 71.69 0.31 71.38 0002003076-2021-2021-0000-00-REG RAMOS, MEGHAN M 7/28/2021 KIMBERLY BAKER 10/21/2021 1,355.05 0.01 1,355.04 PAGE 7 of 8 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 87 Bill #Taxpayer Name Bill Date Operator ID (Name) Release Date Orig Bill Amount($) Release Amount($) Bill Amount after Release($) 0002081018-2012-2012-0000-00-REG LUCAS, EDWARD LEE 4/1/2013 TRACI FERRELL 10/25/2021 69.72 0.11 69.61 0002260800-2020-2020-0000-00-REG VAUGHN, MATTHEW CLINTON 11/18/2020 LOCKBOX DPC 10/20/2021 95.37 0.12 95.25 0002284047-2021-2021-0000-00-REG SHAW, ELIJAH JUNIOR 7/30/2021 JANNA HIGDON 10/1/2021 5.60 0.60 5.00 Subtotal 4.52 Total 17,944.09 PAGE 8 of 8 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 88 A RESOLUTION TO ADOPT THE 2022 SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS THAT WHEREAS, the Harnett County Board of Commissioners adopted on September 19, 1994 certain Rules of Procedure by which the Board would conduct its meetings; and WHEREAS, Rule 6 of the Rules of Procedure concerning “Regular and Special Meetings” states that the Board shall hold regular meetings the first Monday of each month at 9 a.m. and the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m. It also states if a regular meeting day is a holiday on which county offices are closed, the meeting shall be held on the next business and the Board may schedule regular work sessions. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Commissioners of Harnett County that the Board shall hold the following regular meetings and work sessions in 2022: Monday January 3 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday January 11 9:00 am Work Session Tuesday January 18 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday January 25 9:00 am Planning Retreat Tuesday February 1 9:00 am Work Session Monday February 7 9:00 am Board Meeting Monday February 7 11:45 am Legislative Luncheon Tuesday February 15 9:00 am Work Session Monday February 21 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday March 1 9:00 am Work Session Monday March 7 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday March 15 9:00 am Work Session Monday March 21 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday March 29 9:00 am Work Session Monday April 4 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday April 12 9:00 am Work Session Monday April 18 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday April 26 9:00 am Work Session Monday May 2 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday May 10 9:00 am Work Session Monday May 16 6:00 pm Board Meeting (Budget Public Hearing) Tuesday May 31 9:00 am Work Session Monday June 6 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday June 14 9:00 am Work Session Monday June 20 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday June 28 9:00 am Work Session Tuesday July 5 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday July 12 9:00 am Work Session Monday July 18 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday July 26 9:00 am Work Session Monday August 1 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday August 9 9:00 am Work Session Monday August 15 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday August 30 9:00 am Work Session Tuesday September 6 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday September 13 9:00 am Work Session Monday September 19 6:00 pm Board Meeting Item 4D HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 89 Tuesday September 27 9:00 am Work Session Monday October 3 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday October 11 9:00 am Work Session Monday October 17 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday November 1 9:00 am Work Session Monday November 7 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday November 15 9:00 am Work Session Monday November 21 6:00 pm Board Meeting Tuesday November 29 9:00 am Work Session Monday December 5 9:00 am Board Meeting Tuesday December 13 9:00 am Work Session Monday December 19 6:00 pm Board Meeting Wednesday December 28 9:00 am Work Session Tuesday January 3 9:00 am Board Meeting Adopted by the Harnett County Board of Commissioners in regular session, this ___ day of ______ 2021. HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS By: ___________________________________________ W. Brooks Matthews Attest: _____________________________________ Melissa D. Capps, Clerk HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 90 Item 4E HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 91 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 92 Item 4F HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 93 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 94 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 95 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 96 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 97 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 98 S:\Clerk to the Board docs\AGENDAS\2021\120621\4g 2021.12.06 Benhaven Fee Waiver Agenda Request.docx Page 1 of 2 Board Meeting Agenda Item MEETING DATE: December 6, 2021 TO: HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SUBJECT: Request to Waive Development Services Site Plan Review Fees for Benhaven Parking Lot Project REQUESTED BY: Administration REQUEST: Harnett County has engaged the Timmons Group to design a new parking lot at the former Benhaven School campus to allow for reuse of the campus by the County to provide recreational and other County services to residents in this underserved portion of the County, by partner organizations to lease space from the County, and by Harnett County Schools to operate an Early College on the site. The Timmons Group is preparing to submit a site plan for the project to Harnett County Development Services. Typically, when County projects are submitted for review, the site plan review fees are waived by the Board. Administration requests the Board approve a waiver of the $250 site plan review fee for this project, as well as any other County-imposed fees related to this project. FINANCE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: COUNTY MANAGER’S RECOMMENDATION: Item 4G HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 99 S:\Clerk to the Board docs\AGENDAS\2021\120621\4g 2021.12.06 Benhaven Fee Waiver Agenda Request.docx Page 2 of 2 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 100 Item 4H HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 101 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 102 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 103 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 104 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 105 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 106 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 107 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 108 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 109 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 110 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 111 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 112 S:\Clerk to the Board docs\AGENDAS\2021\120621\4i.1 2021.12.06 Property Exchange Agenda Form.docx Page 1 of 2 Board Meeting Agenda Item MEETING DATE: December 6, 2021 TO: HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SUBJECT: Contract and Agreement for the Exchange of Real Property Tracts among Harnett County, the Town of Lillington and the Harnett County Board of Education REQUESTED BY: Administration REQUEST: Administration requests approval of the attached "Contract and Agreement for the Exchange of Certain Real Property Tracts among Harnett County, the Town of Lillington and the Harnett County Board of Education." The following changes have been made since this agreement was originally presented to the Board on August 31, 2021: - Removal of Harnett County obligations 2(d) "County funding for BOE Auxiliary Services Facility construction;" and 2(e) "County funding for BOE Bus Garage Facility construction." Both projects have been submitted by Harnett County Schools through the County's CIP process and will be included in the County's 2023-2029 Recommended CIP, rendering inclusion within this agreement unnecessary. - Removal of Town of Lillington obligation 3(b) "Conveyance of McNeill Street property to County." - Removal of Harnett County Board of Education obligation 4(b) "Conveyance of downtown Bus Garage Facility property to the TOL." - Addition of language in Harnett County Board of Education obligation 4(a) "Conveyance of downtown Lillington block tracts to the TOL" where Town agrees to accept the "Red Barn" property in an "AS IS" condition and assume any liability that may be associated with an abandoned underground storage tank located on the property. FINANCE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: COUNTY MANAGER’S RECOMMENDATION: Item 4I HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 113 S:\Clerk to the Board docs\AGENDAS\2021\120621\4i.1 2021.12.06 Property Exchange Agenda Form.docx Page 2 of 2 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 114 NORTH CAROLINA CONTRACT AND AGREEMENT FOR THE EXCHANGE OF CERTAIN REAL HARNETT COUNTY PROPERTY TRACTS AMONG HARNETT COUNTY, THE TOWN OF LILLINGTON AND THE HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION THIS CONTRACT AND AGREEMENT made and entered into this _____ day of November, 2021 by and among HARNETT COUNTY, a body politic, organized and existing under the laws of the State of North Carolina of P. O. Box 759, Lillington, NC 27546 (hereinafter also referred to as “Harnett County” or “County”), the TOWN OF LILLINGTON, North Carolina, a municipal corporation, of P.O. Box 296, Lillington, NC 27546 (hereinafter also referred to as “TOL”) and the HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, a body corporate, of P. O. Box 1029, Lillington, NC 27546 (hereinafter also referred to as “BOE”). RECITALS: A.Harnett County (“County”), the Town of Lillington (“TOL”) and the Harnett County Board of Education (“BOE”) are the title owners of certain real property tracts located within or in the vicinity of the Lillington Town limits; and B.The TOL is currently implementing a downtown revitalization plan which will include the procurement of certain downtown block real property tracts and a recreational expansion plan that will include the procurement of the Star Academy gymnasium and ball fields from the BOE; and C.The BOE has plans to relocate its administrative offices and other school system support facilities through the procurement of the former County Public Library Building property at 601 S. Main Street and the office building at 108 E. Front Street with surrounding parking from the County and TOL; and D.The County desires to obtain more warehouse storage space and potential office space through the procurement of the warehouse property at 125 Alexander Drive; and E.The three parties have negotiated and agreed to a basic framework of this real property exchange as previously summarized in A Joint Resolution For The Exchange of Certain Real Property dated April 30, 2021; that since the execution of said Joint Resolution there have been further real property exchange agreement modifications by the parties which are included in this instrument; that the parties deem said exchange terms and conditions of the exchange agreement to be wise and in the best interests of each party and the citizens that they each represent; that the parties desire through this instrument to set forth in detail the specific terms of their exchange agreement. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 115 2 NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the covenants and promises among the parties and pursuant to the provisions of N.C. General Statutes §160A-274, the parties agree as follows: 1. CONSIDERATION It is stipulated that this Contract and Agreement is supported by fair and adequate consideration. 2. HARNETT COUNTY OBLIGATIONS As part of the real property exchange transaction, the County agrees to complete the following: (a) Conveyance of former library building real property to BOE The County shall convey by Special Warranty Deed to the BOE the former Harnett County Public Library facility at 601 S. Main Street, Lillington, NC 27546 composed of two tracts: 1) PIN 0650-50- 1631.000 and 2) PIN 0650-50-0531.000. The County and the BOE agree that prior to this conveyance that the subject real property shall be surveyed. The BOE shall be responsible to arrange and pay for the survey. The County and BOE acknowledge that an entrance and parking lot portion of the real property is subject to a public library use reversionary clause to the W. A. Johnson family heirs as set forth in that deed recorded in Book 1243, Page 199, Harnett County Registry. Any conveyance by the County to the BOE shall be subject to said reversionary provision and the Special Warranty Deed shall list this matter as a title exception. It shall be the responsibility of the BOE to deal with this title encumbrance. At such time that the BOE is in a position to accept title to this real property then the BOE attorney will advise the County Attorney who will have 15 days to deliver the Special Warranty Deed to the BOE for recordation. The BOE and the County agree that time is of the essence in the BOE taking possession of the former Harnett County Public Library facility property. These two parties have entered into a Lease Agreement whereby the BOE (Tenant) has leased the library subject real property from the County (Landlord) at a zero rent amount with said lease term to extend to the earlier of July 31, 2022, or the Special Warranty Deed conveyance. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 116 3 (b) County funding of former library facility renovations by BOE As part of the conveyance transaction of the former public library facility property to the BOE, the BOE and the County agree that funds will need to be allocated for renovations to the former library facility pursuant to the Capital Improvements Program (CIP) funding and budgeting process. (c) Lease portions of the 125 Alexander Drive warehouse property to TOL and to BOE At such time that the real property located at 125 Alexander Drive, Lillington, NC PIN 0650-57-1078.000 has been conveyed by the TOL to the County by Special Warranty Deed (pursuant to section 3(a) of this Agreement) then the County as Landlord shall enter into Lease Agreements which shall lease the northern 1/3 section of the warehouse property to the TOL and the southern 2/3 section of the warehouse property to the BOE as Tenants respectively for a rental amount of $1 per year. During the two separate lease agreement terms, the Tenants shall be responsible to divide the utilities obligations. The County shall maintain hazard insurance coverage on the warehouse building and the Tenants shall be responsible to maintain renter’s insurance on their personal property contents. The warehouse lease term for the TOL 1/3 section shall be 1 year. The lease term for the BOE shall be for 1 year with Tenant's option to extend until the BOE's new Auxiliary Services Facility is constructed. Other standard lease provisions shall be subject to negotiations between the respective Landlord and Tenant parties. 3. TOWN OF LILLINGTON OBLIGATIONS As part of the real property exchange transaction, the TOL agrees to complete the following: (a) Conveyance of 125 Alexander Drive warehouse property to County The TOL shall convey by Special Warranty Deed to the County the warehouse real property tract located at 125 Alexander Drive, Lillington, NC, PIN 0650-57-1078.000 free and clear of any mortgage indebtedness. Simultaneous to this real property conveyance, the County shall enter into Lease Agreements for portions of the warehouse property with the TOL and the BOE as set forth in section 2(c) of this Agreement. This conveyance and the leases shall be completed within 20 days from the date that the last party executes this Agreement. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 117 4 (b) Conveyance of 108 E. Front Street property to the BOE The TOL shall convey by Special Warranty Deed to the BOE free and clear of any mortgage indebtedness that office building with one row immediate surrounding parking spaces real property located at 108 E. Front Street, Lillington, NC 27546, which is a portion of that tract designated as PIN 0559-59-2794.000. The parties acknowledge that a subdivision survey shall be completed in order to designate the deed real property portions to be conveyed and retained. The BOE shall be responsible to procure and pay the total expense for said survey. Any final survey must be approved by both parties. This conveyance shall be completed within 20 days from the date the survey is approved by both the TOL and the BOE. As part of this conveyance, the TOL and the BOE agree to negotiate and enter into a parking lot agreement for that paved parking lot area owned by the TOL and located to the rear of the TOL Administrative Building and the above described 108 E. Front Street property. 4. HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION OBLIGATIONS As part of the real property exchange transaction the BOE agrees to complete the following: (a) Conveyance of downtown Lillington block tracts to the TOL The BOE shall convey by Special Warranty Deed to the TOL those real property tracts located in the downtown block of the Town of Lillington contain the BOE offices for finance, auxiliary services, custodial/IT warehouse and “Red Barn” more specifically identified as: PIN 0650-40-8407.000 PIN 0650-40-7494.000 PIN 0650-40-7481.000 PIN 0650-40-7404.000 PIN 0650-40-5498.000 PIN 0650-40-5412.000 PIN 0650-40-5346.000 PIN 0650-40-4689.000 The parties acknowledge that located in the "Red Barn" area of the above described downtown Lillington identified real property tracts currently owned by the BOE and to be conveyed to the TOL, there is located an abandoned underground storage tank (UST). The TOL agrees to accept the subject real property which contains this UST in an "AS IS" condition and basis with all faults and to assume any liability for said UST. These matters shall be noted as a title exception on the Special Warranty Deed. Furthermore, as part of the specific real property conveyance, the TOL shall enter into an Indemnity Agreement whereby the TOL will indemnify and hold HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 118 5 harmless the BOE and Harnett County from and against any and all claims, liability, penalties and costs, including attorney's fees, arising from any claim, demand, order or other action related in any way to said UST or a) the actual contamination of property by any hazardous substances from said UST or b) the generation, use, treatment, storage, disposal, release or discharge on the subject real property or neighboring properties of any hazardous substances from said UST in violation of environmental law. As used in this document, the term "hazardous substance" shall mean any substance defined as hazardous or toxic or otherwise regulated by any federal, state or local law, rule or regulation related to the protection of the environment or human health. The BOE and the TOL acknowledge that the first 3 PINS heretofore listed represent the tracts upon which are located the BOE finance offices. The BOE and the TOL agree that simultaneous to the conveyance of these tracts to the TOL, that the parties shall enter into a maximum 6-month lease of these finance offices tracts by the TOL (Landlord) to the BOE (Tenant). Other lease terms shall be subject to negotiations between the TOL and the BOE. This conveyance and the lease shall be completed within 20 days from the date that the last party executes this Agreement. (b) Conveyance of gymnasium, print shop, and ball field properties to the TOL The BOE shall convey by Special Warranty Deed to the TOL those real property tracts upon which is located the STAR Academy gymnasium, print shop, and the ball fields which are a portion of PIN 0559-29-7992.000. The parties acknowledge that a subdivision survey will need to be completed in order to designate the deed real property portions to be conveyed and retained. The TOL shall be responsible to procure and pay the total expense for said survey. The final survey must be approved by both the TOL and the BOE. This conveyance shall be completed within 20 days from the date that the survey work is approved by both the BOE and TOL. Simultaneous to the above-described conveyance, the BOE and the TOL shall enter into a written agreement concerning the future shared use of said recreational facilities. The BOE and the TOL also agree that simultaneous to the conveyance of these tracts to the TOL that the parties shall enter into a lease of the print shop facility at 501 West Ivey Street, Lillington, NC, and a lease of the P D Hut by the TOL (Landlord) to the BOE (Tenant) with rent at zero and a term which shall extend until the print shop function is relocated and the P D Hut is no longer needed. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 119 6 Other lease terms shall be subject to negotiations between the TOL and the BOE. 5. SITUS AND INTERPRETATION This Contract and Agreement shall be construed and governed according to the laws of the State of North Carolina. If any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable, all other provisions shall nevertheless continue to be in full force and effect. 6. MODIFICATION AND ENTIRE AGREEMENT A modification or waiver of any of the provisions of this Agreement shall be effective only if made in writing and executed with the same formality as this Agreement. This Agreement contains the entire understanding of the parties, and there are no representations, warranties, covenants, or undertakings other than those expressly set forth herein. EXECUTED on the date set forth in the acknowledgments attached hereto pursuant to previous actions of each of the parties. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 120 7 COUNTY OF HARNETT By: _____________________________ W. Brooks Matthews, Chairman of the Harnett County Board of Commissioners ATTEST: _______________________________ Melissa D. Capps, Clerk of the Harnett County Board of Commissioners (SEAL) NORTH CAROLINA HARNETT COUNTY I, a notary public, certify that W. Brooks Matthews personally came before me this day who being by me duly sworn, deposes and says: that he is the Chairman of the Harnett County Board of Commissioners and Melissa D. Capps is the Clerk of said Board, that the seal affixed to this instrument is the official seal of Harnett County, that said instrument was signed by him, attested by said Clerk and the County’s seal affixed thereto, all by authority of the Board of Commissioners of said County, and the said W. Brooks Matthews acknowledged said instrument to be the act and deed of Harnett County. Witness my hand and official stamp or seal, this ____ day of November, 2021. _______________________________ Notary Public My commission expires: __________ HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 121 8 TOWN OF LILLINGTON By: _____________________________ Glenn McFadden, Mayor (SEAL) NORTH CAROLINA HARNETT COUNTY I, a notary public, certify that Glenn McFadden personally came before me this day who being by me duly sworn, deposes and says: that he is the Mayor of the Town of Lillington, that the seal affixed to this instrument is the official seal of the Town of Lillington, that said instrument was signed by him, and the Town’s seal affixed thereto, all by authority of the Council of said Town, and the said Glenn McFadden acknowledged said instrument to be the act and deed of the Town of Lillington. Witness my hand and official stamp or seal, this ____ day of November, 2021. _______________________________ Notary Public My commission expires: __________ HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 122 9 HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION By: _____________________________ Duncan E. Jaggers, Chairman of the Harnett County Board of Education ATTEST: _______________________________ Aaron L. Fleming, Secretary Harnett County Board of Education (SEAL) NORTH CAROLINA HARNETT COUNTY I, a notary public, certify that Duncan E. Jaggers personally came before me this day who being by me duly sworn, deposes and says: that he is the Chairman of the Harnett County Board of Education and Aaron L. Fleming is the Clerk of said Board, that the seal affixed to this instrument is the official seal of the Harnett County Board of Education, that said instrument was signed by him, attested by said Clerk and the seal affixed thereto, all by authority of the Harnett County Board of Education, and the said Duncan E. Jaggers acknowledged said instrument to be the act and deed of the Harnett County Board of Education. Witness my hand and official stamp or seal, this ____ day of November, 2021. _______________________________ Notary Public My commission expires: __________ HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 123 HARNETT COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED that Harnett County Board of Commissioners does hereby, by proper execution of this document, request that the North Carolina Department of Transportation add to the State’s Secondary Road System the below listed streets. Morgan Farm Subdivision: Morgan Farm Drive Sweet Home Court Simply Country Lane Duly adopted this 6th day of December 2021. HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS _______________________________ W. Brooks Matthews, Chairman ATTEST: ____________________________________ Melissa D. Capps, Clerk Item 4J HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 124 Item 8 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 125 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 126 Board Meeting Agenda Item MEETING DATE: December 6, 2021 TO: HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SUBJECT: Billboard Lease with Interstate Outdoor, Inc. REQUESTED BY: Legal REQUEST: The Harnett County Board of Commissioners intends to enter into a lease agreement with Interstate Outdoor, Inc. for a billboard site located at 35.4116/-78.8108 at 700 McKinney Parkway, Lillington, North Carolina. The county intends to lease the above-described property to Interstate Outdoor, Inc. for a term of ten years. In consdieration of the lease, Interstate Outdoor will pay as rent the rate of $2,000.00 per year for Years 1-5 and $2,200.00 per year for Years 6-10. All persons interested in this lease are invited to attend the public hearing. At the conclusion of the meeting the Board intends to authorize the lease of the property described above. FINANCE OFFICER'S RECOMMENDATION: COUNTY MANAGER'S RECOMMENDATION: \\hcfileb\1.egalusers\jbell-raig\My Documents\2021.12.06 Benhaven Fee Waiver Agenda Request.docx 1 of I Page Item 9 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 127 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 128 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 129 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 130 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 131 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 132 Sanford Holshouser Economic Development Consulting, LLC US Senator Terry Sanford (1917-1998) 4141 Parklake Avenue, Suite 200 919-653-7805 Ÿ Fax 919-653-0435 NC Governor James E. Holshouser (1934-2013) Raleigh, NC 27612 www.SHEDC.com September 20, 2021 VIA ELECTRONIC MAIL Mr. George A. Wood Interim County Manager Harnett County 455 McKinney Parkway Lillington, NC 27546 Dear George: Rocky Lane and I enjoyed meeting last Thursday with economic development leaders and you to discuss Harnett County’s need for more, better qualified economic development product, and Harnett County Property Corporation’s role in that effort. I felt that we had a positive impact. We trust that you and other County leaders are of the same opinion. We were rushed at the end of the meeting. But as I understand it, you agreed that an economic and fiscal impact analysis of the potential build out of Edgerton Industrial Park would be helpful in obtaining commitments from Dunn Town officials, and perhaps the County, to fund the necessary infrastructure to lift the wastewater treatment moratorium that the Town of Dunn is now under. Rocky and I are in full agreement. We think it is inevitable that this analysis will demonstrate a very large economic and fiscal return on investment. Consequently, we would urge that Harnett County engage Sanford Holshouser Economic Development Consulting, LLC (“SHEDC”) to undertake this economic and fiscal impact analysis. Please accept this as SHEDC’s proposal to perform an economic and fiscal impact analysis of the jobs and capital investments as a result of the buildout of the Edgerton Industrial Park. To perform this analysis, SHEDC will utilize the facilities that could be constructed upon the remainder of the available property in that Park, as shown on Samet Corporation’s site plan. SHEDC and its partner, Dr. Henry Lowenstein, will make conservative estimates as to what might be located within those facilities in terms of the levels of the number of jobs to be Item 10 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 133 created, and the wage levels of those jobs, based upon customary industry standards. This will result in estimations of economic and fiscal impacts which will be conservative and supportable. Additionally, we will not make any assumptions as to the value of any machinery and equipment to be installed in the facilities because these can vary widely depending on the type of operation occupying the space. This further ensures that the impacts reported will be less than what will actually be realized. If you agree with the scope of work and terms of this proposal, please sign on the following page and we will consider this our letter of engagement and the project start date. SHEDC has been involved in the field of economic development for over twenty years. Previously all our partners were experienced “frontline” economic developers who worked at the local, state, and regional levels. As we have in similar projects in the recent past, we will partner with Dr. Henry Lowenstein, a seasoned economist. Dr. Lowenstein has a broad background in business, academic, government, and public service organizations, and has done extensive work for a number of private and public entities. Using a proprietary economic and fiscal impact model, Dr. Lowenstein will analyze all aspects of the buildout of Edgerton Industrial Park, and will provide data which will include the following: 1. Estimated Ad Valorem tax revenue figures for the completed facilities as shown on the Samet conceptual layout on lots 4 and 5, and any additional fiscal impacts. If desired, we will prepare a conceptual layout for lots 1,2, and 3 and compute the total impacts for facilities on lots 1-5. 2. Economic Impact of the estimated construction cost of the completed facilities as shown on the Samet conceptual layout. Similarly, If desired, we will prepare a conceptual layout for lots 1,2, and 3 and compute the total impact for facilities on lots 1-5. 3. Economic Impact estimate once the facilities are completed and operational. 4. Estimated per capita fiscal impact based on employment in the facilities. SHEDC will manage the entire project and work with Lowenstein to gather all pertinent information and data for analysis. We will submit the report in draft form for your review and make any necessary revisions prior to producing the final report. The report will address each of the estimates noted above. For both the economic and fiscal impact estimates we will show the annual and a projected five-year total, with the exception of the Ad Valorem tax revenues, which will be projected for a ten-year period. A five-year time frame is the typical standard used by businesses when assessing return on investment. It is understood that the report will be good faith estimates and not guaranteed results. Economic and fiscal impacts are based on theoretical models used in economic development and are approximations, based on estimated, ideal conditions. HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 134 As we discussed, numbers used in the analysis for jobs, wages, and capital investment for the different elements will be developed from industry standards, similar projects in other locations, and input from you. As a deliverable, SHEDC will provide an integrated final report that quantifies the economic and fiscal impact of the build out of the Park. Barring any unforeseen delays, the final report should be available for delivery within 30 days. The 30-day period shall begin upon execution of this letter by you. The fee for the economic and fiscal impact analysis is $11,000, for the facilities located solely on lots 4 and 5; and $11,500 for facilities on lots 1-6, plus mileage and expenses. Mileage and expenses are expected to be minimal and would be associated with any trips to Lillington and any requested printing, etc. SHEDC will invoice for the project upon the presentation of the final report. Any travel and expenses will be included in the final invoice. We appreciate the opportunity to work with you and your organization on this matter. If you have any questions or need anything further from me, please let me know. Sincerely, Ernest C Pearson Founding Partner Accepted by: _______________________________________ ______________________________ George Wood Date Interim County Manager Harnett County HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 135 Item 11 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 136 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 137 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 138 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 139 AIRPORT PROJECTS WITH TALBERT AND BRIGHT AND PARRISH AND PARTNERS 1.The Jetport Committee recommends T&B to proceed with completion of the Aircraft Apron Project through bidding, contract administration and inspection. 2.The Jetport Committee recommends T&B terminate further work on the Airport Master Plan, and provide all documentation to the other EOR, Parrish and Partners to complete this project. As part of this Master Plan, Parrish and Partners will assist the County with determining the exact location of 25-50 acres of adjoining property for construction of hangars. The Jetport Committee recommends that T&B provide their schematic design for this. 3.The Jetport Committee recommends T&B finish the Airport Terminal design plans, specifications and bid documents, incorporating the previously discussed removal of the outside spiral staircase. The Jetport Committee recommends the Board of Commissioners forgo getting a professional construction estimator’s opinion, and instead move to bidding. 4.Talbert and Bright will be responsible for bidding, contract administration and inspections for the Jetport Terminal Project. However, the Jetport Committee would like to recommend that Parrish and Partners be hired by Harnett County as a separate third party inspector for the Jetport Terminal Project. Parrish and Partners will provide inspection reports directly to the County Manager’s Office. The County also intends to have our Director of Capital Projects and Renovations, Chris Johnson, also perform inspections. In-house staff did this on the Resource Center and Library. Item 12 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 140 RESOLUTION OF SUPPORT TO CREATE AND JOIN A NEW LOCAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA WHEREAS, currently, the Counties of Chatham, Harnett, Lee, and Sampson jointly cooperate to provide workforce development services through the Triangle South Workforce Development Area/Workforce Development Board; and WHEREAS, currently, Central Carolina Community College serves as the grant administrator for the Triangle South Workforce Development Area/Workforce Development Board; and WHEREAS, in cooperation with Cumberland County, Sampson County, Central Carolina Community College, and Mid-Carolina Regional Council, Harnett County wishes to help facilitate the formation of new regional workforce development area/workforce development board; and WHEREAS, Harnett County desires to become a member of this new regional local workforce development area/workforce development board, to be known as the Mid-Carolina Workforce Area/Workforce Development Board; and WHEREAS, based on discussions with Central Carolina Community College and Mid-Carolina Regional Council, Harnett County desires Mid-Carolina Regional Council to become the grant administrator for the Mid-Carolina Workforce Area/Workforce Development Board; and WHEREAS, it is understood that the formation of the new regional workforce development area/workforce development board will take place on or before July 1, 2022. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Harnett County Board of Commissioners that: 1.Harnett County desires to be member of the Mid-Carolina Workforce Development Area/Workforce Development Board. 2.Harnett County desires that Mid-Carolina Regional Council be the grant administrator for the Mid- Carolina Workforce Development Area/Workforce Development Board. 3.Harnett will work cooperatively with Cumberland County, Sampson County, Central Carolina Community College, and Mid-Carolina Regional Council to ensure a smooth transition of workforce development services and administration from Triangle South Workforce Development Area/Workforce Development Board to Mid-Carolina Workforce Development Area/Workforce Development Board. Adopted by the Harnett County Board of Commissioners in regular session, this ___ day of ______ 2021. HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS By: ___________________________________________ W. Brooks Matthews Attest: _____________________________________ Melissa D. Capps, Clerk Item 13 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 141 July August September October November December Jauary 2019 February March April May June Totals Children's Services CPS Reports Received 115 118 136 126 495 Reports Accepted 69 67 72 71 279 Total children in Plc/Custody 187 188 192 197 FC Money expended $83,707.99 94,781.28$ 104,537.71$ 105,908.61$ $388,935.59 Adult Services APS Reports Received 14 18 12 13 57 # of trips scheduled 952 957 919 875 3703 Total Cases 177 146 142 145 Work First Energy Expenditures $31,178.92 $40,667.85 $37,034.36 $89,715.00 $198,596.13 Total cases 159 154 154 150 Food & Nutrition Services Apps Approved 308 328 341 357 1334 Total Cases (households)9,910 10012 10154 10,390 Benefits Issued $4,763,859.00 $4,819,919.00 $4,889,891.00 $5,331,985.52 $19,805,654.52 Adult Medicaid Apps Approved 97 95 86 96 374 Total Cases 11,326 11,159 11,359 11,567 45411 Family & Children's Medicaid Apps Approved 200 177 197 171 745 Total Cases 22,443 22,477 22,401 22,873 90194 Fraud Total Collections $3,874.27 $3,195.41 $456.00 $1,539.59 $9,065.27 ChildCare Children Served 564 560 559 541 Total Expenditures $302,865.31 $315,342.00 $316,062.00 $295,048.00 $1,229,317.31 Child Support Total Collections $778,722 $783,202 $744,694 $744,577 $3,051,195.00 Harnett County DSS Monthly Report Totals 2021-22 Item 14A HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 142 Item 14BHCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 143 Item 14C HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 144 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 145 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 146 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 147 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 148 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 149 HCBOC 120621 Revised Pg. 150