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May 14, 2024 Regular MeetingAGENDA Lillington Board of Commissioners Regular Monthly Meeting Lillington Town Hall 102 East Front Street Lillington, North Carolina 27546 May 14, 2024 6:00pm CALL TO ORDER MAYOR GLENN MCFADDEN WELCOME MAYOR GLENN MCFADDEN PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE MAYOR GLENN MCFADDEN INVOCATION COMMISSIONER MARSHALL PAGE CONSIDERATION OF AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENT Public comment is an opportunity for citizens wishing to present unscheduled items of concern or interest to the Commissioners. It is requested that citizens limit their presentations to three (3) minutes. CONSENT AGENDA All items on the Consent Agenda are considered routine, to be enacted by one motion without discussion. If a Governing Body member or citizen requests discussion of an item, the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately. Item #1 Approval of Work Session Minutes from April 8, 2024 Item #2 Approval of Closed Session Minutes from April 8, 2024 Item #3 Approval of Regular Session Minutes from April 9, 2024 Item #4 Approval of Special Meeting Minutes from April 10 & 11, 2024 Item #5 Approval of FY23-24 Budget Amendment #7 Item #6 Approval of MOU between Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Town of Lillington Item #7 Approval of Master Services Agreement for Professional Services with KCI Associates of NC, P.A. Town of Lillington | 2 Item #8 Approval of Right of Way Encroachment Agreement between Town of Lillington and Piedmont Natural Gas – West Duncan Street Item #9 Approval of Right of Way Encroachment Agreement between Town of Lillington and Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC – at existing pole on 816 Main Street Item#10 Approval of Right of Way Encroachment Agreement between Town of Lillington and Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC – at existing pole on 31 West Front Street Item#11 Approval of Lillington Town Attorney Contract Item #12 Approval of Contract to Audit Accounts Item #13 Approval of Agreement between Flatwoods Fire Department EMS Station and Town of Lillington OLD BUSINESS Item #14 Consideration of Approval of Ordinance to Extend the Corporate Limits of the Town of Lillington (Capeton, LLC) Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk Item #15 Consideration of Approval of an Ordinance to Apply the Lillington Zoning Ordinance to the Newly Incorporated City Limits. (Capeton, LLC) Landon Chandler, Planning Director PUBLIC HEARING Item #16 Public Hearing for Consideration of a Resolution Adopting a Water and Wastewater Allocation Policy Shane Cummings, Town Engineer Item #16A Consideration of Approval of a Resolution Adopting a Water and Wastewater Allocation Policy Shane Cummings, Town Engineer NEW BUSINESS Item #17 Consideration of Resolution Directing the Town Clerk to Investigate a Non-Contiguous Satellite Annexation Petition Received Under General Statue §160A-58.1 from Harold T. Butts, Jr. Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk Item #18 Consideration of Resolution Fixing Date of Public Hearing for June 11, 2024, on Question of Annexation, Pursuant to G.S. §160A-58.1 as Requested by Harold T. Butts, Jr. for Property Identified as PIN#:0662-90-5908.000. NON-AGENDA ITEMS Non-Agenda items is an opportunity for the Commissioners, Attorney or Staff to present unscheduled items that need consideration by the Board. ADJOURNMENT AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY Date of Meeting: May 14, 2024 Staff Work By: Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk Lisa B. Young, Assistant Town Manager Joseph Jeffries, Town Manager Alicia Adams, Administrative Services Director AGENDA ITEM Consent Agenda Items ITEM SUMMARY All items on the Consent Agenda are considered routine, to be enacted by one motion without discussion. If a Governing Body member or citizen requests discussion of an item, the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately: Item #1 Approval of Work Session Minutes from April 8, 2024 Item #2 Approval of Closed Session Minutes from April 8, 2024 Item #3 Approval of Regular Session Minutes from April 9, 2024 Item #4 Approval of Special Meeting Minutes from April 10 & 11, 2024 Item #5 Approval of FY23-24 Budget Amendment #7 Item #6 Approval of MOU between Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Town of Lillington Item #7 Approval of Master Services Agreement for Professional Services with KCI Associates of NC, P.A. Item #8 Approval of Right of Way Encroachment Agreement between Town of Lillington and Piedmont Natural Gas – West Duncan Street Item #9 Approval of Right of Way Encroachment Agreement between Town of Lillington and Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC – at existing pole on 816 Main Street AGENDA ITEMS #1-13 Item#10 Approval of Right of Way Encroachment Agreement between Town of Lillington and Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC – at existing pole on 31 West Front Street Item#11 Approval of Lillington Town Attorney Contract Item #12 Approval of Contract to Audit Accounts Item #13 Approval of Agreement between Flatwoods Fire Department EMS Station and the Town of Lillington RECOMMENDED ACTION Approve consent agenda items as recommended by staff. Lillington Board of Commissioners April 8, 2024 Work Session Meeting Minutes Work Session Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Lillington, Monday, April 8, 2024 at 8:30 a.m. at the Lillington Town Hall (102 E. Front Street), Lillington, North Carolina. Board Members Present: Mayor Glenn McFadden Mayor Pro Neil McPhail Commissioner Rupert Langdon Commissioner Marshall Page Commissioner Danny Babb Commissioner Patricia Moss Staff Present: Joseph Jeffries, Town Manager Lisa Young, Assistant Town Manager Lindsey Lucas, Town Clerk Alicia Adams, Administrative Services Director John Bethune, Fire Chief Landon Chandler, Planning Director Shane Cummings, Engineer Brian Hyde, Senior Infrastructure Inspector Brandon Harris, Assistant Parks & Recreation Director Ashley Wimberly, Public Works Director Skylar Russell, Assistant Public Works Director Call to Order & Welcome: Mayor Glenn McFadden called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. NEW BUSINESS Item #1 Call a Special Meeting for the 2024 Town of Lillington Board of Commissioners Planning Retreat Mayor Glenn McFadden called a Special Meeting for the 2024 Town of Lillington Board of Commissioners Planning Retreat. Item #2 Consideration of Senior Citizens Advisory Board Appointment Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Lindsey Lucas, Town Clerk. Ms. Lucas stated that an application for appointment to the Senior Citizens Advisory Board had been submitted to her from Geoffrey Patterson. The opening on the Board had been advertised and was the only application received. The applicant was recommended by the Parks and Recreation Department. Commissioner McPhail made a motion to approve the Senior Advisory Board appointment. Commissioner Langdon seconded the motion that passed unanimously. Item #3 Discussion and Consideration of Resolution of Declaration of Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Alicia Adams, Administrative Services Director. Ms. Adams explained that this Resolution of declaration of official intent is made pursuant to Treasury Regulations Section 1.150-2, or any successor or substitute Regulations which may be promulgated hereafter, to expressly declare the Town’s intention to reimburse itself for certain expenditures heretofore paid or to be paid by the Town, such reimbursement to be made with the proceeds of Lillington Board of Commissioners April 8, 2024 Work Session Meeting Minutes debt to be incurred by the Town. Commissioner Langdon made a motion to approve the Resolution of Declaration of Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures. Commissioner Moss seconded the motion that passed unanimously. Item #4 Discussion Regarding the Town of Lillington’s Participation in a Community Welcome Guide Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Lindsey Lucas, Town Clerk. Ms. Lucas informed the Board that the Lillington Chamber of Commerce has come to the Town wanting to know if we would like to consider participating in a Community Welcome guide. Ms. Lucas informed the Board that Robin Moody with the Lillington Chamber of Commerce was in the room and could give more detail on the welcome guide. Mayor McFadden recognized Ms. Moody. Ms. Moody stated she thought it would be a great idea for the town to participate in the community guide and showed examples of what other counties and towns have done. The Board had questions regarding the welcome guide, including costs. Ms. Moody said she would need to know if the town would like to participate by May 12th. Item #5 Discussion Regarding Establishing Town of Lillington Water And Wastewater Allocation Policy Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Shane Cummings, Town Engineer. Mr. Cummings spoke about the establishment of a water and waste allocation policy at the last work session but reiterated it with the Board. After further discussions it was the consensus with the Board to hold a public hearing on the Water and Wastewater Allocation Policy at the next meeting in May. Item #6 Administrative Reports Monthly Public Works Activities Report – Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Skylar Russel, Public Works. Mr. Russel went over ongoing and completed projects. Capital Projects Update- Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Alicia Adams, Administrative Services Director. Mr. Jeffries went over the following updates; SCIF Grants Downtown Facilities Stewart, Inc. is continuing to work on the construction drawings for Downtown. Staff has received cost estimates from Duke Energy for relocation of utilities. The Town has entered into a contract with Duke Energy including a non-refundable deposit of $90K. This will provide the Town with the actual cost for construction for underground utilities. Staff is continuing to work closely with Ducke Energy and Pike to work through construction plans. The Downtown project is complex. Consultants include Duke Energy, Pike, McAdams, utility providers in the area, Stewart, and adjacent developer. McAdams is continuing to explore alternatives for stormwater retention Downtown as requested by the Lillington Board of Commissioners at the October 23, 2023 Special Meeting. Lillington Board of Commissioners April 8, 2024 Work Session Meeting Minutes Stormwater Resiliency Funds Staff was notified that the State allocated $3.5 million for Stormwater infrastructure improvements and stream restoration, to provide more efficient stormwater management and flood resiliency. Project components will include stormwater management, replacing undersized culverts, and stabilizing streambanks to improve flood resiliency. Staff has received all of the funding to begin the project. Projects: 1. Downtown Stormwater Improvements • Finalizing 65% Design plans. These are currently under internal review before sending to Town. Once Town has had a chance to review and comment, McAdams will begin Utility coordination / coordination with other stakeholders. • An on-site meeting will take place to make determinations on constructability and potential conflicts. McAdams will invite Town staff to join in field visits and coordination discussions. • Consultants are coordinating with the railroad RJ Corman to put in an additional crossing. 2. Duncan Street • Under construction 3. Railroad Crossing • Finalizing 65% Design Plans • Ongoing coordination with RJ Corman (Railroad) for encroachment documentation and permitting for working within their R/W. 4. 13th Street Reservoir • McAdams is recommending upsizing the northernmost culvert crossing on S 13th Street to dual RCBC box culverts to eliminate roadway overtopping for the 10 and 25-Year design storms. Although this recommendation is a slight deviation from the 15’W x 6’H RCBC, which is listed as the preferred design alternative (#2) in the previous Town of Lillington Stormwater Assessment, it will better maintain existing stream geometry and lend to more feasible construction and procurement of materials. • Construction Drawings are close to completion. • Easement acquisition will be necessary for completion of the project Lillington Board of Commissioners April 8, 2024 Work Session Meeting Minutes Golden Leaf Application Stormwater Harnett Street Project Description: The proposed storm drainage improvements would include removal and replacement of existing storm drainage pipe, ranging from 15” RCP to 30” RCP, and removal and replacement of storm drainage structures, including catch basins, drop-inlets, storm drainage manholes, and storm drainage headwalls. The proposed storm drainage infrastructure will effectively capture storm runoff, convey stormwater efficiently inside public right-of-way, and increase the level of service of the storm drainage system. In addition, private storm drainage infrastructure would be relocated to the Town Right-of-Way to allow for easier access for future maintenance and inspections. The probable cost of this project is $1.3 million, staff requested full funding for the project. Staff met with Golden Leaf on site on March 19th. They have requested additional information from staff that we are working with business owners in the area to complete. The Golden Leaf Foundation reached out to staff April 4th and explained the Board of Directors took no action on the flood mitigation application. Golden Leaf Staff explained that the project is still eligible for an award and will be brought to the Board at the June Board meeting. They explained the board acted on very few projects at their meeting and that receiving no action is not an indication that the project will not be awarded. North Carolina Emergency Management Transportation Infrastructure Resiliency Grant The Town was awarded a grant from the North Carolina Emergency Management Transportation Infrastructure Resiliency Program for $790,000. Staff issued a Notice of Award to Narron Contracting, Inc. and the project is currently under construction. Staff requested an extension, it was approved and the new completion date is June 30, 2024. Installation of the new storm drainpipe and drop inlet along the roadway is complete. Installation of fencing, curb gutter, sidewalks, and paving will be the next phase of construction. Duncan Street will remain closed. We have expended the construction portion of the Emergency Management Transportation Infrastructure Resiliency Grant and will finish off the project with Flood Resiliency and Powell Bill Funds. Capeton Greenway RFQ Staff is exploring other options and will be negotiating with the engineering firm which was ranked secondly during the RFQ process. Fire Station #3 The Town staff has received their third schematic layout of the Fire Station and are continuing to work closely with Bobbitt. Below is the layout of the interior of the fire station. Staff has requested Bobbitt to provide architectural standards for the facade of the station. ARPA S.L. 2022-74 Appropriated Projects All documentation was submitted to the State to fund the Hwy 210 sewer line expansion and Southern Regional Sanitary Sewer/Poorhouse Creek installation of new sanitary sewer interceptor and regional pump station. The total allocation was $9,250,000. Staff has received the offer and acceptance letter from the Department of Water Infrastructure. Lillington Board of Commissioners April 8, 2024 Work Session Meeting Minutes a. Hwy 210 Sewer line Project Temple Grading signed the NTP August 14, 2023. Construction has begun and is on-going. Temple has submitted a change order for the project. Staff is still in negotiations regarding the change order but funds are available through ARPA funding through contingencies. b. Poorhouse Creek Myers Engineering has submitted the engineered plans to the state for approval. LASII Grant Staff submitted the LASII grant application October 2, 2023 requesting $500,000 to develop and implement a new stormwater utility to provide a predictable, equitable and ongoing funding source for its stormwater program. The activities that the Town seeks to accomplish with the funding that the utility will provide include: • Increasing the flood resiliency of the transportation system in and through the Town; • Funding stormwater Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs) to address stormwater quantity and quality issues; • Handling critical maintenance needs and operations; and • Meeting planning and implementation needs. Staff has been officially notified of the funding award by the NC Department of Environmental Quality Division. Staff is expecting the funding agreement within the coming weeks. S.L. 2023 Appropriated Funds The Town was appropriated $11,062,500 through Session Law in 2023. Administrative cost for the funds is $331,875.00. Available funds remaining are $10,730,625. There are substantial overruns at the WWTP and the Town’s cost share is $6.2 million. Staff request to use $3,037,556 of SL appropriations towards the overruns from the WWTP project. Additional Proposed projects with remaining funds: 1. Water Tank $4.5 million 2. Downtown utility rehabilitation approximately $3.1 million Staff request direction from the Board to submit the completed request for funding forms to the Division of Water. Following completion of the required documents staff can begin the projects. Monthly Financial Report – Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Lisa Young, Assistant Town Manager. Ms. Young reviewed the monthly summaries for the Town’s revenues, expenditures, and year-to-date fund balances in the General Fund, Water/Sewer Fund, and the Powell Bill Fund for the month of March. Lillington Board of Commissioners April 8, 2024 Work Session Meeting Minutes Town Manager’s Report – Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Joseph Jeffries, Town Manager. Mr. Jeffries discussed current and ongoing projects with the Board. Item #6 Discussion of Regular Meeting Agenda for April 9, 2024 Mayor Glenn McFadden reviewed the Agenda for the April 9, 2024, Regular Meeting. Commissioner Langdon made a motion to go into Closed Session per §143-318.11(a)(3)(5)(6). Commissioner Page seconded the motion that passed unanimously. Commissioner McPhail made a motion to come out of Closed Session. Commissioner Page seconded the motion that passed unanimously. Adjournment: The meeting adjourned following the unanimous approval of a motion by Commissioner Moss and a second by Commissioner Langdon. Attest: ____________________________ _______________________________ Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk Glenn McFadden, Mayor Lillington Board of Commissioners April 9, 2024 Regular Board Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Lillington, Tuesday, April 9, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. at the Lillington Town Hall (102 E. Front Street), Lillington, North Carolina. Board Members Present: Mayor Glenn McFadden Mayor Pro Tempore Neil McPhail Commissioner Marshall Page Commissioner Rupert Langdon Commissioner Danny Babb Commissioner Patricia Moss Staff Present: Joseph Jeffries, Town Manager Lisa Young, Assistant Town Manager Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk Alicia Adams, Administrative Services Director Landon Chandler, Planning Director Frank Powers, Police Chief William Baker, Parks & Recreation Director Tony Buzzard, Town Attorney Call to Order & Welcome: Mayor Glenn McFadden called the meeting to order and welcomed those in attendance at 6:00 p.m. Invocation: Commissioner Page held the invocation. Agenda Consideration: Mayor Glenn McFadden presented the agenda for the consideration by the Town Board. Commissioner Page moved to approve the agenda as presented. The motion was seconded by Commissioner McPhail and approved unanimously. (Minute Book Notation: Agenda is on file at Lillington Town Hall). Public Comment: Mayor Glenn McFadden inquired as to whether anyone wished to address the Town Board. Wayne Lener – 61 CuttyWay – Lillington – Mr. Lener spoke about the issue of squatters taking over people’s homes in America and wanted citizens to be safe and prepared in case it starts happening around the area. Consent Agenda: Commissioner Langdon moved that the consent agenda items be approved as submitted to the Board. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Page and the following consent agenda items were approved unanimously. Lillington Board of Commissioners April 9, 2024 Item #1 Work Session Minutes from March 11, 2024 Item #2 Closed Session Minutes from March 11, 2024 Item #3 Regular Session Minutes from March 12, 2024 Item #4 FY23-24 Budget Amendment #6 Item #5 Approval of Supplement 2 To The Professional Services Contract Between Willdan Financial Services and the Town of Lillington, North Carolina Item #6 Approval of Resolution of Declaration of Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures Old Business Item #7 Approval of School Resource Officer Program Reimbursement Agreement For Elementary And Primary Schools – between the Harnett County Board of Education, the Harnett County Schools, the County of Harnett and the Town of Lillington. Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Joseph Jeffries, Town Manager. Mr. Jeffries explained the Agreement had been tabled to this meeting at the March 12, 2024, meeting. Mr. Jeffries stated the information that was requested had not been received and asked that the board table the item again until all necessary information was obtained. Commissioner Babb made a motion to table the item until all necessary information was obtained. Commissioner McPhail seconded the motion that passed unanimously. PUBLIC HEARING Item #8 Public Hearing for Consideration of Temporary Street Closure of Town Streets for Cape Fear Fest on May 4, 2024 at 7 a.m. Mayor Glenn McFadden opened the Public Hearing at 6:05 p.m. Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Lindsey Lucas, Town Clerk. Ms. Lucas stated the Town of Lillington received a request from the Lillington Chamber of Commerce to temporarily close East Front Street & 700 Block of 1st Street. May 4, 2024 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for the 2024 Cape Fear Fest. With no additional comments, Mayor McFadden closed the Public Hearing at 6:06 p.m. Item #8A Consideration of Approval of An Ordinance to Extend the Corporate Limits of the Town of Lillington (Darleen & Telford Miller) A motion was made by Commissioner Page to approve the request to temporarily close Town streets for the 2024 Cape Fear Fest. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Moss and approved unanimously. Lillington Board of Commissioners April 9, 2024 Item #9 Public Hearing on Consideration of Text Amendment to Title III, Chapter 32.056 of the Lillington NC Code of Ordinances. Mayor Glenn McFadden opened the Public Hearing at 6:07 p.m. Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Lindsey Lucas, Town Clerk. Ms. Lucas stated the purpose of this Text Amendment is to add an attendance policy to the Planning Board Bylaws. This attendance policy would align with all the other advisory boards and committees. With no additional comments, Mayor McFadden closed the Public Hearing at 6:08 p.m. Item #10 Public Hearing on the Question of Annexation of the contiguous Satellite Area PIN #: 0660-73-6096.000, 0660-73-3104.000, 0660-73-4138.000 & 0660-73-5319.000. Case Number ANX-24-02 (Capeton, LLC) Mayor Glenn McFadden opened the Public Hearing at 6:08 p.m. Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Lindsey Lucas, Town Clerk. Ms. Lucas stated the Town of Lillington received a petition under §160A-31 for satellite annexation. The Town Board by Resolution directed the Town Clerk to investigate the sufficiency of the petition. In accordance with §160A-58.2 the Town Board called a Public Hearing for the question of annexation for 19.330 -acres being PIN #’s: 0660-73- 6096.000, 0660-73-3104.000, 0660-73-4138.000 & 0660-73-5319.000. Susan West – 1000 S 6th Street – Lillington – Wanted to know if adjacent property owners were notified via mail. Charlotte Johnson – 967 E Cornelius Harnett Blvd – Lillington – Wanted an explanation regarding the meaning of neighborhood mixed use. With no additional comments, Mayor McFadden closed the Public Hearing at 6:12 p.m. Item #10A Consideration of Approval of An Ordinance to Extend the Corporate Limits of the Town of Lillington Commissioner Page made a motion to table the Ordinance to Extend Corporate Limits of the Town of Lillington to the next Board meeting on May 14, 2024. Commissioner McPhail seconded the motion that passed unanimously. Item #11 Public Hearing on the Question of Zoning Assignment for Newly Incorporated City Limits (Capeton, LLC) Mayor Glenn McFadden opened the Public Hearing at 6:12 p.m. Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Landon Chandler, Planning Director. Mr. Chandler explained Town staff received an application from the owner to assign zoning to approximately 20.53-acres being PIN#’s : 0660-73-6096.000, 0660-73-3104.000, 0660-73-4138.000, 0660-73-5319.000, 0660-73- Lillington Board of Commissioners April 9, 2024 8532.000, 0660-73-9563.000, 0660-83-0488.000 Near the intersection of E. Cornelius Harnett BLVD. & Club Rd. Applicant is proposing a Neighborhood Mixed Use (NMX) zoning district. Current Zoning on site is RA-20M(County) and RS20(Town). This is a straight zoning request without supplied voluntary conditions. The sites are currently used primarily as residential properties and vacant land. The 20.53-acre assemblage has access to water and sewer although ultimate capacity has not been studied. The surrounding land uses are Single Family Residential, Commercial, Institutional, and previously approved projects immediately adjacent. The owner/applicant is asking for it to be zoned for the uses listed in the NMX district. This classification encompasses many different potential uses as referenced on the use table below. P represents outright permitted, PS represents permitted with standards, S means Special Use Permit required, and a ”-“ would mean not permitted. The Planning Board considered the Neighborhood Mixed Use (NMX) zoning district at their meeting on March 18, 2024 and did vote 4-1 to recommend Approval to the Board of Commissioners. Brendie Vega – WithersRavenal – 115 McKeenan Drive, Cary NC – Spoke in favor of the Zoning Assignment. Ben Taylor – Greenfield Communities – 8601 Six Forks Road – Spoke in favor of the Zoning Assignment. With no additional comments, Mayor McFadden closed the Public Hearing at 6:39 p.m. Item #11A Consideration of Approval of An Ordinance to Apply the Lillington Zoning Ordinance to the Newly Incorporated City Limits (Capeton, LLC) A motion was made by Commissioner Page to table the Question of Zoning Assignment to the next Board meeting on May 14, 2024. Commissioner Babb seconded the motion that passed unanimously. Non-Agenda Items: Mayor Glenn McFadden inquired as to whether there were any non-agenda items that should be addressed by Town Board members or staff. Adjournment: The meeting adjourned following the unanimous approval of a motion by Commissioner Langdon and a second by Commissioner McPhail. Attest: ____________________________ ____________________________ Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk Glenn McFadden, Mayor Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 1 Special Board Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Lillington, Wednesday, April 10, 2024 at 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Thursday, March 09, 2023 at 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at The Inner Banks of Edenton at 103 E Albemarle Street, Edenton, North Carolina for the purpose of conducting a Town Board Planning Retreat. Board Members Present: Mayor Glenn McFadden Mayor Pro Tempore Rupert Langdon Commissioner Marshall Page Commissioner Neil McPhail Commissioner Danny Babb – Absent Day 1 – Present Day 2 Commissioner Patricia Moss Facilitator: Chad Sary, ACIP, Associate Vice President, Stewart, Inc. Ted Davenport, Davenport Staff Present: Joseph Jeffries, Town Manager Lisa Young, Assistant Town Manager Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk/Permitting Technician Landon Chandler, Planning Director Shane Cummings – Present Day 2 April 10, 2024-Day One CALL TO ORDER: Mayor McFadden opened the special meeting/planning retreat and called the meeting to order and welcomed those in attendance. Mayor McFadden recognized Chad Sary, Facilitator. Mr. Sary reviewed accomplishments and progress from FY2023-24. Mr. Sary also went over the following: Session 1 - Pre-retreat Questions The first activity involved introductions and discussion of two questions for all participants to answer. The questions are listed below, along with a summarization of the answers provided Question 1 - What do you see as the most critical issue or trend (internal and external) facing the Town of Lillington? • Controlling & managing growth. • Keeping up with existing services as the population grows. • Traffic & transportation improvements. • Downtown transformation. • Infrastructure improvements. • Funding for projects & incentives. • Transitioning from a rural community to a more urban town. Question 2 - What is one thing you believe the Town of Lillington (or your department) could do to improve its performance AND what do you think the barriers are to making this happen? • Keeping qualified personnel and having staff to accommodate future needs. • Ability to research and apply for more grants for funding and revenue sources. • Better relationships with external organizations (i.e., NCDOT). Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 2 • Streamlined process for development. • Avoid being reactive and have a proactive approach towards capital projects and debt. • Retain and attract public safety, recreation, and public works employees through increased salaries, benefits, etc Session 2 – Good Governance Exercise Facilitator Sary provided some perspective on governing as a body and then asked each elected official to share their response to a series of prompt questions about governing together. The first activity involved three questions for all elected officials to answer. The questions are listed below, along with a summary of the answers provided Governing Together Questions Responses What does good government look like to you? • Efficient, fair & productive. • Listening to citizens and addressing issues. • Proper planning of projects. • Advocates of town employees. • Management of town resources. • Leadership. • Paying attention to citizen needs. • Transparency. • Trustworthiness. • Accountability. • Financially responsible. What do you hope this Board will be known for by the citizens of Lillington? • Embracing and guiding growth. • Making Lillington a great place to live, work & play. • Thoughtful and careful management of growth. • Listening & Empathy. • Prosperity. • Connecting the community. • Commercial growth. • Support of staff. What is one thing that is NOT true about Lillington today that you hope WILL be true in five years? • An economic engine in Harnett County. • A destination for people to live, work, shop, and play. • Not being a “drive-thru” town. • Public safety is fully staffed. • Management of growth. • More employment opportunities. Session 3 – Environmental Scan Facilitator Sary presented an Environmental Demographic Scan of the Town of Lillington. Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 3 Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 4 Session 4 – Reviewing Priorities: Keep, Toss, Complete Exercise Facilitator Sary reviewed the goals and priorities from the previous year’s retreat, and a category of “Keep, Toss or Complete” was agreed upon by the Board of Commissioners, and a consensus was formed to delete the goals that were complete or no longer a priority and the keep the ones that remain as a short term and long term goal. These goals are identified in Session 6 – Goal Setting and Prioritization. Session 5 - Individual Short-Term & Long-Term Goals Before taking a mid-afternoon break, each elected official provided Facilitator Sary with one individual short-term & one long-term goal. The results are as follows: Short Term Individual Goal Long-Term Individual Goal 1. Increase staff salaries to be competitive to RTP area. 2. Public safety adequately staffed and funded – two votes. 3. Hiring of more staff to manage growth. 4. Completion of walking trail to McPhail Park. 1. Complete downtown revitalization projects(s) – two votes. 2. Improve transportation network. 3. Have more industry. 4. Long-term CIP projects completed. 5. Lillington to be a destination town. 6. Tree-lined streets with lighting. Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 5 Session 6 – Goal Setting & Prioritization Short Term Goals Building on the previous year’s goals based on the Keep, Toss, Complete exercise, the Board of Commissioner members were asked to comment on initiatives they would like the Town to pursue in the next 12-24 months. While ALL these projects are important, the board members had the opportunity to vote on which projects were considered priorities for FY 24-25. The voting occurred through the “dot democracy” method, with each member getting a total of four dots (3 green and one yellow). Green dots represented the top priorities (3 points), and the yellow dots represented those in second (1 point). The chart below illustrates these priorities, which were categorized by Growth, Facilities, Parks & Recreation, Infrastructure and General Government. FY 2024-25 Short Term Goals Priority Rank (Points Received) Votes (for each color) Goal & Action Steps Category 1 (14) 4 2 Continue downtown revitalization efforts.  Continue to seek funding for downtown projects.  Investigate special tax district (TIF) for downtown.  Assist in the recruitment of more diverse businesses downtown.  Look for options to replace/remove unwanted land uses downtown. Growth 2 (13) 4 1 Retain staff and recruit qualified professionals to manage growth.  Actively recruit experienced staff.  Evaluate staff to match with growing services.  Review salaries/benefits to be competitive with RTP and similar regions.  Identify professional growth for employees and establish an award process for achievements. General Government Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 6 3 (9) 3 Develop plan to construct greenway tail in Capton development.  Identify funding sources.  Develop alternate strategies for a plan of action to design & construct within 5 years. Parks & Recreation 4 (7) 1 4 Continue efforts to construct 10th Street Bypass.  Set up as capital reserve fund.  Continue to work with NCDOT to retain funding.  Develop means for town to provide funds to assist with construction/design. Infrastructure 5 (4) 1 1 Develop River Park greenway.  Hire consultant to design greenway trail from River Park (bridge) to Botanical Trails. Parks & Recreation 6 (3) 1 Complete a pavement assessment study for town-owned streets.  Hire consultant to provide study and assessment.  Prioritize future funding based on findings from study. Infrastructure 6 (3) 1 Purchase new fire truck.  Order truck (3 year waiting period).  Review tax supplements for flatwood fire district.  Develop long-term solution for coverage of flatwood fire district. Facilities 6 (3) 3 Construct fire station #3.  Finalize contract with contractor. Facilities 7 (2) 2 Construct new Public Works Storage Facility.  Hire contractor to construct. Facilities Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 7 8 (1) 1 Update Comprehensive Land Use Plan.  Select consultant to update plan.  Tie process to Urban Services Area establishment & sewer agreement(s).  Process should include adequate public engagement.  Should be connected to Comprehensive Transportation Plan. Growth 8 (1) 1 Install recreation lights. Parks & Recreation 9 (0) Update Planning Software. Growth 9 (0) Correct Ivey Street Stormwater, Parking & Ingress/Egress Issues. Infrastructure 9 (0) Infill sidewalk construction based on the Town’s adopted Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan. Infrastructure 9 (0) Purchase Limb Truck. Facilities 9 (0) Redevelop website. General Government 9 (0) Senter Park Construction  Develop plan for updates.  Solicit designers and put out for bid. Parks & Recreation 9 (0) Construct picnic shelter at McPhail Park. Parks & Recreation 9 (0) Construct gym & field upgrades.  Continue with renovations to gym.  Plan for reuse of fields & gym; create programing for each.  Install better Wi-Fi for security. Parks & Recreation Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 8 Long Term Goals Long-term goals are designed to be accomplished over a longer period than those outlined as short-term goals. Long-term goals often require more timing, planning, and a larger financial investment. Similar to the Short-Term Goals and building on the previous year’s goals based on the Keep, Toss, Complete exercise, the Board of Commissioner members were asked to comment on long-range initiatives they would like the Town to pursue in the next 3-5 years. While ALL these projects are important, the board members had the opportunity to vote on which projects were considered priorities for FY 24-25. The voting occurred through the “dot democracy” method, with each member getting three pink dots. FY 2024-25 Long Term Goals Priority Rank Votes Goal Category 1 (t) 4 Develop a plan to renovate the old Lillington School. Facilities 1 (t) 4 Construct extension of McKinney Parkway. Infrastructur e 2 (t) 3 Update the Town’s Park & Recreation Master Plan. Parks & Recreation 2 (t) 3 Construct new gym & park. Parks & Recreation 3 1 Renovate depot. Facilities 4 0 Construct firemen’s hut. Facilities 4 0 Construct/renovate multi-purpose bathroom at McPhail Park. Facilities APRIL 11, 2024-DAY TWO: Mayor Glenn McFadden recognized Ted Cole with Davenport Public Finance. Mr. Cole passed out a packet to everyone in attendance. Included in the packet was the following: - Credit Rating and Peer Comparative Overview - General Fund Operations and Fund Balance - Existing Tax Supported Debt Profile - CIP Funding Analysis - Financing Options and Considerations - CIP Funding Analysis Detail - General Fund Financials - Existing Tax Supported Debt Lillington Board of Commissioners April 10th & 11th Special Board Meeting/Retreat Minutes 9 Under General Fund Financial Performance Mr. Cole highlighted the following: - Since 2020, the Town’s operating revenues have exceeded operating and debt service expenditures, resulting in a structurally balanced budget and annual operating surpluses. - In FY 2021, the Town experienced significant stormwater capital expenses due to storm damage. The Town received a disaster declaration from the State for 75% of the costs. Reimbursement payments have been received in FY 2022-2024. - The Town has increased their total fund balance from FY 2020 to FY 2023 by approximately $1,100,000. - In FY 2023, the Town re-established compliance with its available General Fund Balance to Expenditures Policy of 40%. Mr. Cole went through the packet in detail and discussions were continued between him and the Board. Mayor McFadden recognized Joseph Jeffries, Town Manager. Mr. Jeffries went over various topics including ongoing projects and potential future projects with the Board. This concluded the 2024 Planning Retreat. Adjournment: The Special Board Meeting/2024 Planning Retreat was adjourned, April 11, 2024. Attest: _______________________________ ____________________________ Glenn McFadden, Mayor Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk TOWN OF LILLINGTON 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2654 ● Fax (910) 893-3693 ● www.lillingtonnc.org ORDINANCE FY2024-22 BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT FISCAL YEAR 2023-2024 #7 BE IT ORDAINED, by the Governing Board of the Town of Lillington, North Carolina, that the following amendment is made to the budget ordinance for the period ending June 30, 2024: Section 1. To amend the General, Powell and Water/Sewer Funds, the revenues and expenditures are to be changed as follows: Account Number Description Increase Decrease 60-95-329-0000 Interest $ 6,000 60-90-373-0000 Water Taps $ 3,000 60-91-373-1000 Sewer Taps $ 3,000 60-91-373-2000 Sewer Capacity Rev $ 5,000 60-90-720-1610 Maint & Rep Lift Stn $ 10,000 60-90-720-7650 Sewer Capacity Exp. $ 5,000 60-90-720-1500 Maint & Rep-Water $ 2,000 10-00-410-5900 Special Events $ 4,000 10-00-410-5700 Miscellaneous $ 2,000 Town of Lillington | 2 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2654 ● Fax (910) 893-3693 ● www.lillingtonnc.org 10-00-470-0450 Bank Fees $ 15,000 10-00-470-3300 Materials & Supplies $ 2,000 10-20-500-3300 Materials & Supplies $ 5,000 10-10-540-1700 Maint & Rep-Vehicle $ 8,000 10-80-620-7400 Capital Outlay $ 55,000 10-80-620-3300 Materials & Supplies $ 6,000 10-80-620-1600 Maint & Rep-Equip $ 4,000 10-10-530-0600 Insurance $ 8,000 10-00-335-0402 Insurance Claims $ 55,000 10-00-329-0000 Interest $ 15,000 10-00-399-0000 Fund Balance $ 39,000 To budget funds for lift station repairs; Emergency repair for light pole at park; Miscellaneous adjustments. Section 2. Copies of this budget amendment shall be furnished to the Governing Body, Budget Officer, Clerk and the Finance Director for their direction. Adopted this 14th day of May, 2024 __________________________ Glenn McFadden, Mayor Attest: __________________________ Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk To Town of Lillington Public Works Department Date April 25, 2024 Town of Lillington Encroachment Agreement Project Lillington Regulator Station Piedmont Natural Gas Dunn Corridor Retrofit and Derate Project Via Electronic via Email Attention Ashley Wimberly: Town of Lillington Public Works Director Subject Lillington Regulator Station; Right-of-Way Encroachment Application 4004 Summit Boulevard NE, Suite 1200 \ Atlanta, GA 30319 O 770-587-4776 \ burnsmcd.com 9400 Ward Parkway \ Kansas City, MO 64114 O 816-333-9400 \ burnsmcd.com 9400 Ward Parkway \ Kansas City, MO 64114 O 816-333-9400 \ burnsmcd.com Enclosed are the following: No. of copies Description and Remarks 1 Town of Lillington Right of Way Encroachment Agreement Application 1 Dunn Corridor Retrofit and Derate Project – Lillington Regulator Station Drawings Remarks: On behalf of Piedmont Natural Gas (PNG), BMcD EGS, P.C. previously submitted preliminary plans and issue for bid plans for the Lillington Regulator Station in March and April of 2024 for review with Town of Lillington’s ordinances, including road encroachment agreements for applicable roads. As a result of that coordination, please find attached an executed copy of the Town of Lillington’s Right-of-Way (ROW) Encroachment Agreement and final plans. PNG is applying for ROW encroachment on West Duncan Street, attached. The encroachment agreement is for a temporary construction entrance installation on West Duncan Street to facilitate access during construction to the existing Lillington Regulator Station in Lillington, Harnett County, North Carolina (35.4051, -78.8166). The scope of work for the Lillington Regulator Station includes modification of piping within the existing station. A temporary bypass will be installed for the duration of construction so that flow will be continuous to customers while also allowing safe construction within the station. The temporary construction entrance is expected to be in place for approximately three weeks. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions and/or if anything additional is required. Thank you. BMcD EGS, P.C. By Fawn Armagost – (724) 980-3013; farmagost@burnsmcd.com Copies to: Ashley Wimberly, Public Works Director Delores Yeager, Administration Landon Chandler, Planning Director Tony Buzzard, Town Attorney Shane Cummings, Town Engineer Josh Perry, Building Inspector Daniel Deese, PNG Jeff Barna, PNG Wyatt Beall, BMcD EGS, P.C. Aaron Barna, BMcD EGS, P.C. Crystal Fox, BMcD EGS, P.C C:\Users\wtbeall\DC\ACCDocs\BMcD US TND\PiedmontNGas_155200_Line235\Project Files\0234894_Line235\Line235\General\PNG-G-025-0001241.dwg 4/23/2024 9:18 AMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMP R Know what's below. Call before you dig. CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 DISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBER DESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATE DWG TYPE SHEET(S)DWG SCALE DWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBER PROJECT NUMBER DRAWING NUMBER APPROVING ENGINEER REVISION AREA CODE SUPERSEDED STATION ID COPYRIGHT 2018 CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGN A 01/19/2024 ISSUED FOR 90% DESIGN REVIEW KAZ WTB CAM B 03/27/2024 ISSUED FOR BID KAZ WTB CAM - - 0234894 - 82-T-91-GLD-127 CP 0234894 DUNN CORRIDOR RETROFIT AND DERATE COVER / INDEX SHEET - LILLINGTON RS DUNN, NC GOLDSBORO RESOURCE CENTER, GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA X OF X NOT TO SCALE 05/26/2023 - PNG -G-025-0001241 B MAP NO. CUSTOMER: DRAWING INDEX DRAWING NUMBER DRAWING TITLE SHEET NO.REV. PNG-G-025-0001241 COVER / INDEX SHEET - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-C-025-0001581 E&SC NOTES - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-C-025-0001582 ACCESS ROUTE PLAN - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-C-025-0001583 E&SC PLAN - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-C-025-0001584 CIVIL SITE PLAN - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-C-025-0001585 CIVIL DETAILS 1 - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-C-025-0001586 CIVIL DETAILS 2 - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-M-025-0001561 MECHANICAL GENERAL NOTES X OF X A PNG-M-025-0001556 MECHANICAL PLOT PLAN - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-M-025-0001557 SECTIONS & DETAILS - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B PNG-M-025-0001558 BILL OF MATERIALS - LILLINGTON RS X OF X B DUNN CORRIDOR RETROFIT AND DERATE - LILLINGTON RS SITE NOTE: LATITUDE/LONGITUDE TO BE VERIFIED BY AS-BUILT SURVEY.W DUNCAN ST LILLINGTON RS SITE LOCATION LAT: 35.405166° LONG: -78.816649° S 10TH S T S MAIN ST8TH STREFERENCE DRAWINGS DRAWING NUMBER DRAWING TITLE SHEET NO.REV. FCDF-COMPACT TRS #2FIRST CUT DESIGN AND FAB - TEMPORARY REGULATOR AND RELIEF SKID DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS 1 OF 3 0 FCDF-COMPACT TRS #2FIRST CUT DESIGN AND FAB - TEMPORARY REGULATOR AND RELIEF SKID DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS 2 OF 3 0 FCDF-COMPACT TRS #2FIRST CUT DESIGN AND FAB - TEMPORARY REGULATOR AND RELIEF SKID DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS 3 OF 3 0 PNG-G-000-0003000 FENCE STANDARD - CHAIN LINK - FENCE NOTES 1 OF 3 0 PNG-G-000-0003000 FENCE STANDARD - CHAIN LINK - FENCE DETAILS 2 OF 3 0 PNG-G-000-0003000 FENCE STANDARD - CHAIN LINK - DRIVE GATE DETAIL 3 OF 3 0 PNG-G-000-0003001 FENCE STANDARD - CHAIN LINK - PERSONNEL DOOR DETAIL 1 OF 1 0 PNG-G-000-0003002 FENCE STANDARD - CHAIN LINK - GROUNDING DETAIL 1 OF 1 0 FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY THIS PROJECT MEETS THE NCG01 EXEMPTION AS DEFINED IN CLEAN WATER ACT (CWA) SECTION 401(I)(2) FOR TRANSMISSION FACILITIES REF. DWG(S)C:\Users\wtbeall\DC\ACCDocs\BMcD US TND\PiedmontNGas_155200_Line235\Project Files\0234894_Line235\Line235\Civil\PNG-C-025-0001581.dwg 3/18/2024 5:03 PMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMP DISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBER DESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATE DWG TYPE SHEET(S)DWG SCALE DWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBER PROJECT NUMBER DRAWING NUMBER APPROVING ENGINEER REVISION AREA CODE SUPERSEDED STATION ID COPYRIGHT 2018 CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGN A 01/19/2024 ISSUED FOR 90% DESIGN REVIEW DSR WTB CAM B 03/27/2024 ISSUED FOR BID DSR WTB CAM - - 0234894 - 82-T-91-GLD-127 CP 0234894 DUNN CORRIDOR RETROFIT AND DERATE E&SC NOTES - LILLINGTON RS DUNN, NC GOLDSBORO RESOURCE CENTER, GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA X OF X N.T.S. 01/11/2024 - PNG -C-025-0001581 B R Know what's below. Call before you dig. CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 PNG-G-025-0001241 GENERAL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES 1.THIS PROJECT IS LOCATED IN CAPE FEAR RIVER BASIN. LILLINGTON CITY GATE 1 STATION RECEIVING WATERS: CAPE FEAR RIVER CLASSIFICATION: C; SW 2.CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY POLLUTION PREVENTION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROJECT. PREVENTION OF POLLUTION RESULTING FROM CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY CONTROLLING SOIL EROSION, WATERWAY SEDIMENTATION, AND AIRBORNE DUST GENERATION. CONTRACTOR SHALL ENSURE THAT NO SEDIMENT RESULTING FROM CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES INFRINGES ONTO ADJACENT PROPERTIES. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL WITH OTHER CONSTRUCTION ENTITIES PERFORMING WORK ON ADJACENT PROPERTIES. 3.SOIL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLS ARE MEASURES USED TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF SOIL PARTICLES THAT ARE CARRIED OFF AN AREA AND DEPOSITED INTO A DRAINAGE COLLECTION SYSTEM OR INTO A BODY OF WATER. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THAT EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION ARE CONTROLLED TO THE EXTENT PRACTICABLE. ALL APPLICABLE SOIL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL MEASURES SHALL BE IMPLEMENTED AND MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT THE DURATION OF CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES. PRIOR TO INITIATING CONSTRUCTION IN AN AREA, ALL TEMPORARY EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PRACTICES SHALL BE IN PLACE. UPON PROJECT COMPLETION AND PERMANENT STABILIZATION, ALL TEMPORARY SOIL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL MEASURES SHALL BE REMOVED. 4.CONTRACTOR SHALL PLACE PERIMETER CONTROLS PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK. THE DEVICES SHALL BE PLACED DOWN-SLOPE OF DISTURBED AREAS WHERE SHEET EROSION WOULD OCCUR. SILT FENCE SHALL BE CLEANED AND REPAIRED WHEN SEDIMENT BUILDUP REACHES ONE-THIRD OF SILT FENCE HEIGHT. AFTER SIGNIFICANT RUNOFF EVENTS (1" OF RAINFALL OR MORE) AND ON A WEEKLY BASIS, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INSPECT ALL EROSION CONTROL STRUCTURES FOR SILT BUILD-UP THAT INTERFERES WITH THE PERFORMANCE OF THE EROSION CONTROL STRUCTURE AND REPAIR OR REPLACE THOSE STRUCTURES, AS NECESSARY. 5.ALL STORM DRAIN INLETS SHALL BE PROTECTED BY APPROPRIATE BMPS DURING CONSTRUCTION, UNTIL ALL SOURCES WITH POTENTIAL FOR DISCHARGE TO THE INLETS HAVE BEEN STABILIZED. 6.ALL EXISTING DRAIN INLETS SHALL HAVE INLET PROTECTION INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NORTH CAROLINA MANUAL FOR EROSION CONTROL. EROSION PROTECTION MAY BE REMOVED WHEN VEGETATION IS ESTABLISHED. 7.IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION II.B.2 OF THE NPDES GENERAL PERMIT, ANY DISTURBED AREA LEFT EXPOSED SHALL BE STABILIZED WITH TEMPORARY SEEDING WITHIN 7 TO 14 DAYS IN ACCORDANCE WITH NORTH CAROLINA EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLANNING AND DESIGN MANUAL SECTION 6.11. PERMANENT STABILIZATION SHALL BE ACHIEVED THROUGH PERMANENT SEEDING FOR ALL DISTURBED AREAS. SEE SEEDING SCHEDULE IN NORTH CAROLINA EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLANNING AND DESIGN MANUAL SECTION 6.11. 8.AFTER FINAL SITE STABILIZATION HAS BEEN ACHIEVED AND APPROVED BY NCDEQ OR PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL, TEMPORARY EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROLS MUST BE REMOVED. AREAS DISTURBED DURING REMOVAL OF THE CONTROLS MUST BE STABILIZED WITH PERMANENT SEEDING AS SOON AS POSSIBLE WITHIN 14 CALENDAR DAYS. 9.PER NPDES REQUIREMENTS, A RAIN GAUGE, SELF-INSPECTIONS RECORDS, PERMIT, CERTIFICATE OF COVERAGE, S&E PLANS, AND REDLINES ARE REQUIRED TO BE MAINTAINED ON SITE AND ACCESSIBLE DURING INSPECTION. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THESE ITEMS BE PLACED IN A PERMITS BOX AT THE BEGINNING OR ENTRANCE OF PROJECT. 10.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONDUCT SELF-INSPECTIONS OF THE EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL MEASURES AND COMPLETE THE DUKE ENERGY PROVIDED SELF-INSPECTION FORM. TWELVE MONTHS OF COMPLETE INSPECTION FORMS SHALL BE KEPT ON-SITE AND AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AT ALL TIMES. IT IS RECOMMENDED A COPY BE KEPT IN A PERMITS BOX. 11.EROSION CONTROL MEASURES ABOVE AND BEYOND THIS PLAN MAY BE REQUIRED BASED ON ACTUAL SITE CONDITIONS. ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTOR IS PERMITTED TO REDLINE MINOR CHANGES TO ES&PC DESIGN DURING CONSTRUCTION, AS NECESSARY. ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTOR SHALL REDLINE LOCATION OF ALL STOCKPILES ON THE S&E PLANS. CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE (SITE) (PHASE 1) 1.NOTIFY PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL PRIOR TO LAND DISTURBANCE INITIATING LAND DISTURBANCE. PER APPLICABLE NCDEQ PERMIT AUTHORIZATIONS, CONTACT THE DEMLR REGIONAL OFFICE (IF REQUIRED) AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO COMMENCING THE LAND-DISTURBING ACTIVITIES. 2.INSTALL CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE(S) AS SHOWN ON PLAN SHEETS WHERE EQUIPMENT WILL ENTER AND LEAVE THE PROJECT SITE. 3.INSTALL EROSION CONTROL DEVICES. 4.STABILIZE DISTURBED AREAS WITH EROSION CONTROL DEVICES. UTILIZE TEMPORARY SEEDING AS NECESSARY. 5.INSTALL TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION MAT FOR WETLAND CROSSING. PLEASE NOTE, NO STONE SHALL BE PLACED IN WETLANDS OR STREAMS WITHOUT NCDEQ OR PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL APPROVAL PRIOR TO PLACEMENT. 6.CONTACT NCDEQ OR PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL FOR ONSITE INSPECTION OF INSTALLED EROSION CONTROL DEVICES, AS APPROPRIATE. 7.MAINTAIN DEVICES AS NEEDED PER NCDEQ MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS. 8.ALL BARE SOILS ARE TO BE STABILIZED UNDER CONDITIONS OUTLINED IN THE CURRENT NPDES PERMIT OR, IF IT IS IN A CRITICAL AREA, BY THE END OF THE DAY, AND PRIOR TO MAJOR RAIN EVENTS. 9.SELF-INSPECTIONS FOR EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL MEASURES ARE TO BE PERFORMED AT LEAST ONCE EVERY SEVEN CALENDAR DAYS AND WITHIN 24 HOURS OF EVERY RAIN EVENT OF GREATER THAN 1 INCH. ANY NEEDED REPAIRS SHALL BE MADE IMMEDIATELY TO MAINTAIN MEASURES AS DESIGNED. ALL ESC MEASURES SHALL BE MAINTAINED AS SPECIFIED IN THE CONSTRUCTION DETAILS ON THIS PLAN. A RAIN GAUGE SHALL BE INSTALLED AT THE PROJECT SITE FOR MONITORING. (PHASE 2 & 3) 1.MAINTAIN ALL EROSION CONTROL DEVICES PER NCDEQ MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS. 2.STABILIZE SITE AS AREAS ARE BROUGHT UP TO FINISH GRADE WITH VEGETATION, GRAVEL, ETC. 3.ALL EROSION CONTROL DEVICES SHALL REMAIN IN PLACE AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS UNTIL THE ENTIRE SITE IS PERMANENTLY STABILIZED AND APPROVED BY THE NCDEQ OR PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL, AS APPROPRIATE. 4.GROUNDCOVER SHALL BE ESTABLISHED IN 90 CALENDAR DAYS. HOWEVER, NPDES GROUNDCOVER REQUIREMENTS TAKE PRECEDENCE. 5.WHEN CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE AND ALL AREAS ARE STABILIZED COMPLETELY, ARRANGE FOR FINAL INSPECTION WITH THE NCDEQ OR PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL, AS APPROPRIATE. 6.WHEN THE PROJECT IS COMPLETE, THE PERMITTEE SHALL CONTACT DEMLR TO CLOSE OUT THE E&SC PLAN, IF REQUIRED. AFTER DEMLR INFORMS THE PERMITTEE OF THE PROJECT CLOSE OUT, VIA INSPECTION REPORT, THE PERMITTEE SHALL VISIT DEQ.NC.GOV/NCG01 TO SUBMIT AN ELECTRONIC NOTICE OF TERMINATION (E-NOT). A $100 ANNUAL GENERAL PERMIT FEE WILL BE CHARGED UNTIL THE E-NOT HAS BEEN FILLED OUT. 7.IF SITE IS APPROVED, REMOVE EROSION CONTROL MEASURES AND STABILIZE RESULTING BARE AREAS IMMEDIATELY. SELF-INSPECTION REPORT FOR LAND DISTURBING ACTIVITY AS REQUIRED BY NCGS 113A54.1 (E) (EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2010; READOPTED EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2020) 15A NCAC 04B .0131 SELF-INSPECTIONS ALL LAND-DISTURBING ACTIVITIES REQUIRED TO HAVE AN APPROVED EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL PLAN UNDER G.S. 113A54.1(E) SHALL CONDUCT SELF-INSPECTIONS FOR INITIAL INSTALLATION OR MODIFICATION OF ANY EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL DEVICES AND PRACTICES DESCRIBED IN AN APPROVED PLAN. IN ADDITION, WEEKLY AND RAIN-EVENT SELF-INSPECTIONS ARE REQUIRED BY FEDERAL REGULATIONS, THAT ARE IMPLEMENTED THROUGH THE NPDES CONSTRUCTION GENERAL PERMIT NO. NCG 010000. 1.FOR SELF-INSPECTIONS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO G.S. 113A-54.1(E), THE INSPECTION SHALL BE PERFORMED DURING OR AFTER EACH OF THE FOLLOWING PHASES OF THE PLAN; a.INITIAL INSTALLATION OF EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL MEASURES; b.CLEARING AND GRUBBING OF EXISTING GROUND COVER; c.COMPLETION OF ANY GRADING THAT REQUIRES GROUND COVER; d.COMPLETION OF ALL LAND-DISTURBING ACTIVITY, CONSTRUCTION, OR DEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING PERMANENT GROUND COVER ESTABLISHMENT AND REMOVAL OF ALL TEMPORARY MEASURES; AND e.TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OR CONTROL OF THE TRACT OF LAND WHERE THE EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL PLAN HAS BEEN APPROVED AND WORK HAS BEGUN. THE NEW OWNER OR PERSON IN CONTROL SHALL CONDUCT AND DOCUMENT INSPECTIONS UNTIL THE PROJECT IS PERMANENTLY STABILIZED AS SET FORTH IN SUB-ITEM (C) OF THIS ITEM. 2.DOCUMENTATION OF SELF-INSPECTIONS PERFORMED UNDER ITEM (1) OF THIS RULE SHALL INCLUDE: a.VISUAL VERIFICATION OF GROUND STABILIZATION AND OTHER EROSION CONTROL MEASURES AND PRACTICES AS CALLED FOR IN THE APPROVED PLAN; b.VERIFICATION BY MEASUREMENT OF SETTLING BASINS, TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCES, ENERGY DISSIPATORS, AND TRAPS. c.THE NAME, ADDRESS, ORGANIZATION AFFILIATION, TELEPHONE NUMBER, AND SIGNATURE OF THE PERSON CONDUCTING THE INSPECTION AND THE DATE OF THE INSPECTION SHALL BE INCLUDED, WHETHER ON A COPY OF THE APPROVED EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL PLAN OR AN INSPECTION REPORT. A TEMPLATE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF AN INSPECTION AND MONITORING REPORT IS PROVIDED ON THE DEMLR WEBSITE AT: HTTPS://DEQ.NC.GOV/ABOUT/DIVISIONS/ENERGY-MINERAL- LANDRESOURCES/EROSION-SEDIMENT-CONTROL/FORMS. ANY RELEVANT LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS MAY ALSO BE INCLUDED. ANY DOCUMENTATION OF INSPECTIONS THAT OCCUR ON A COPY OF THE APPROVED EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL PLAN SHALL OCCUR ON A SINGLE COPY OF THE PLAN AND THAT PLAN SHALL BE MADE AVAILABLE ON THE SITE. d.A RECORD OF ANY SIGNIFICANT DEVIATION FROM ANY EROSION OR SEDIMENTATION CONTROL MEASURE FROM THAT ON THE APPROVED PLAN. FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS RULE, A "SIGNIFICANT DEVIATION" MEANS AN OMISSION, ALTERNATION, OR RELOCATION OF AN EROSION OR SEDIMENTATION CONTROL MEASURE THAT PREVENTS IT FROM PERFORMING AS INTENDED. THE RECORD SHALL INCLUDE MEASURES REQUIRED TO CORRECT THE SIGNIFICANT DEVIATION, ALONG WITH DOCUMENTATION OF WHEN THOSE MEASURES WERE TAKEN. DEVIATIONS FROM THE APPROVED PLAN MAY ALSO BE RECOMMENDED TO ENHANCE THE INTENDED PERFORMANCE OF THE SEDIMENTATION AND EROSION CONTROL MEASURES. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION 1.RESTORE AREAS IN ACCORDANCE WITH NCDEQ AND/OR PNG STANDARDS. 2.IN GENERAL, THE PLACEMENT OF STONE WITHIN WETLANDS AND/OR STREAMS IS PROHIBITED EXCEPT BY PERMITTED AUTHORIZATION FOR ITS USE FROM THE USACE AND/OR NCDEQ. CONSULT PNG APPROVED PERMITS, PERMITTED IMPACT DRAWINGS, AND PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL PRIOR TO THE PLACEMENT OF STONE WITHIN JURISDICTIONAL AREAS. 3.RESTORE WETLAND AND RIPARIAN AREAS TO PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONTOUR AND CONDITIONS, TO THE EXTENT PRACTICABLE, OR IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPROVED USACE OR NCDEQ PERMITS. 4.FERTILIZERS APPLIED IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPROPRIATE SPECIFICATION AND/OR APPLICABLE REGULATION SHALL NOT ENTER WATERS OF THE US OR WETLANDS TO THE EXTENT PRACTICABLE AND NECESSARY CARE SHALL BE TAKEN DURING APPLICATION, AS APPROPRIATE. 5.FESCUE GRASS OR ANY OTHER SPECIES IDENTIFIED AS INVASIVE OR EXOTIC BY THE NORTH CAROLINA PLANT SOCIETY ARE PROHIBTED IN WETLANDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS NORTH CAROLINA REGIONAL GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR NATIONWIDE PERMIT NUMBER 12. 6.IF CONCRETE IS USED DURING CONSTRUCTION, WASHOUT OF CONCRETE WATERS IN WETLANDS OR STREAMS IS PROHIBITED. SIMILARLY, PREVENT DIRECT CONTACT BETWEEN WETLANDS/STREAMS AND UNCURED OR CURING CONCRETE. 7.CONSTRUCT EQUIPMENT BRIDGES TO MAINTAIN UNRESTRICTED FLOW AND TO PREVENT SOIL FROM ENTERING THE STREAM. 8.ALL EQUIPMENT IS PARKED OVERNIGHT AND/OR FUELED AT LEAST 125 FEET FROM A STREAM OR IN AN UPLAND AREA AT LEAST 125 FEET FROM A WETLAND BOUNDARY. THESE ACTIVITIES CAN OCCUR CLOSER ONLY IF THE PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL FINDS, IN ADVANCE, NO REASONABLE ALTERNATIVE AND THE CONTRACTOR HAS TAKEN APPROPRIATE STEPS (INCLUDING SECONDARY CONTAINMENT STRUCTURES AND SPILL KITS) TO PREVENT SPILLS AND PROVIDE FOR PROMPT CLEANUP IN THE EVENT OF A SPILL. 9.HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, INCLUDING CHEMICALS, FUELS, AND LUBRICATING OILS, ARE NOT STORED WITHIN 125 FEET OF A WETLAND, STREAM, OR DESIGNATED MUNICIPAL WATERSHED AREA, UNLESS THE LOCATION IS DESIGNATED FOR SUCH USE BY AN APPROPRIATE GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITY. THIS APPLIES TO STORAGE OF THESE MATERIALS AND DOES NOT APPLY TO NORMAL OPERATION OR USE OF EQUIPMENT IN THESE AREAS. 10. IF DURING CONSTRUCTION THE CONTRACTOR ENCOUNTERS CONDITIONS INDICATING THE POTENTIAL PRESENCE OF CONTAMINATION IN THE ENVIRONMENT, SUCH AS ODORS, VISIBLE SHEEN ON WATER SURFACE OR SOILS, STAINING OF SOILS, OR OTHER INDICATOR OF CONTAMINANTS, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL STOP WORK IMMEDIATELY AND NOTIFY PNG ENVIRONMENTAL PERSONNEL. FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY W DUNCAN STREEET 66' PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY PER PB 2014 PG 367 E/P E/P E/P E/P REF. 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CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 PNG-G-025-0001241 ACCESS AND STAGING 1.ACCESS AND HAUL ROUTES FOR ALL CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL, VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT, AND DELIVERIES ARE ILLUSTRATED ON THIS DRAWING AND ARE SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE. IT SHALL BE THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO COORDINATE OFF-SITE HAUL ROUTES WITH THE APPROPRIATE OWNER WHO HAS JURISDICTION OVER THE AFFECTED ROUTE. ACCESS ROUTES AND HAUL ROUTES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT THE DIRECTION OF THE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE AND MAY CHANGE BASED ON OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE SITE. 2.CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ACTIVITIES AND MAINTAIN ALL ACCESS AND HAUL ROUTES IN A MANNER THAT ALLOWS UNOBSTRUCTED EMERGENCY ACCESS TO ALL PROJECT AREAS AND EXISTING ROADWAYS AT ALL TIMES WITHOUT DELAY TO EMERGENCY AND SECURITY VEHICLE RESPONSE TIME. 3.IF ANY EMERGENCY ROUTES REQUIRE CLOSURE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES, CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE, POLICE, LOCAL FIRE AUTHORITY, AND ALL OTHER EMERGENCY SERVICES OF THE CLOSURE. 4.CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN ACCESS AND HAUL ROUTES TO BE FREE FROM DEBRIS CAUSED FROM CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES ON A DAILY BASIS. 5.CONTRACTOR SHALL RESTRICT ALL OPERATIONS TO AREAS WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTION LIMITS UNLESS COORDINATED OTHERWISE WITH THE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE. 6.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION FENCING AROUND THE ENTIRE SITE DURING CONSTRUCTION. 7.CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ESTABLISHING A STAGING AND STOCKPILE AREA FOR MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT. CONTRACTOR'S STAGING AREA IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT THE DIRECTION OF THE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE AND MAY CHANGE BASED ON OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROJECT SITE. 8.WHEN NOT ENGAGED IN CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES, CONTRACTOR'S EQUIPMENT AND VEHICLES SHALL BE PARKED IN THE STAGING AREA. 9.ACCESS POINTS, HAUL ROUTES, STAGING AREA, AND ANY OTHER AREAS DISTURBED BY THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESTORED TO THEIR ORIGINAL CONDITION OR BETTER TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE. TRAFFIC CONTROL 1.PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION, CONTRACTOR SHALL CORDON OFF THE CONSTRUCTION WORK AREA AND ASSOCIATED ROADWAYS BY USING BARRICADES APPROVED BY THE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE. 2.ALL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AND VEHICLES SHALL BE MARKED WITH COMPANY DESIGNS, INSIGNIAS, OR OTHER MARKINGS, WHICH ARE CLEARLY VISIBLE. 3.CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT SHALL HAVE AUTOMATIC SIGNALING DEVICES TO SOUND AN ALARM WHEN MOVING IN REVERSE. 4.NO PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC SHALL BE ALLOWED INSIDE THE CONSTRUCTION LIMITS. 5.ANY DAMAGE TO ROADS AND PAVEMENTS-TO-REMAIN DUE TO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT OR TRAFFIC SHALL BE REPAIRED TO RESTORE THE ROADS AND PAVEMENTS TO THEIR ORIGINAL CONDITION TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE. OTHER NOTES 1.SITE DELINEATION PERFORMED BY BURNS & MCDONNELL ON JANUARY 4, 2024. DELINEATION BOUNDARIES HAVE NOT BEEN VERIFIED BY THE USACE OR SURVEYED BY A REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR. LEGEND: CONTRACTOR HAUL ROUTE PROPOSED TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT DELINEATED WETLANDS PROPOSED REGULATED TEMPORARY BYPASS 0 SCALE IN FEET 10'5'20' EXISTING PERMANENT GRAVEL EXISTING 3" PIPING WITHIN THE LILLINGTON RS TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH 4" PIPING. SEE MECHANICAL SHEETS FOR MORE DETAILS ~95' WIDE TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE TO BE RESTORED TO PREVIOUS CONDITIONS UPON CONSTRUCTION COMPLETION. EXISTING STATION FENCING TO BE TAKEN DOWN DURING CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED. ANY FENCING REMOVED SHOULD BE REPLACED PER DUKE STANDARDS. PROPOSED TREELINE PROPOSED TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT LIMITS W DUNCAN STREET ~95' LIMITS OF DISTURBED AREA: 0.40 AC EXISTING TREELINE TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE EDGE OF RIGHT OF WAY 10' PIPELINE EASEMENT AREA (0.006 ACRES) FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY PIPELINE EASEMENT C:\Users\wtbeall\DC\ACCDocs\BMcD US TND\PiedmontNGas_155200_Line235\Project Files\0234894_Line235\Line235\Civil\PNG-C-025-0001582.dwg 4/23/2024 11:02 AM W DUNCAN STREEET 66' PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY PER PB 2014 PG 367 138139140138 138 137136135E/P E/P E/P E/P LOD N:602508.99 E:2054641.02 LOD N:602484.19 E:2054564.66 LOD N:602453.08 E:2054590.54 LOD N:602439.44 E:2054574.05 LOD N:602306.99 E:2054675.89 LOD N:602478.93 E:2054730.59 20'LOD N:602338.90 E:2054656.4350'-0" PNG PIPELINE EASEMENTLOD N:602507.01 E:2054634.88 LOD N:602486.52 E:2054627.78 LOD N:602500.88 E:2054615.82 SFWB SFWB REF. 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CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 PNG-G-025-0001241 0 SCALE IN FEET 10'5'20' LEGEND: TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE NOTES: 1.THE EXISTING SITE UTILITIES AND FEATURES SHOWN ARE BASED ON A FIELD RUN TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY PERFORMED BY RLS CONSULTING IN DECEMBER 7, 2023. 2.SEE SHEET C-025-0001564 FOR CIVIL LEGEND, ABBREVIATIONS, AND GENERAL NOTES. 3.SEE SHEET C-025-0001581 FOR GENERAL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES. 4.ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN FEET UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. 5.SEE NCDOT DESIGN STANDARDS, LATEST EDITION, AS INDICATED. ALL SUBSEQUENT STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS SHALL APPLY. 6.AREAS LEFT DISTURBED FOR A PERIOD LONGER THAN 14 DAYS SHALL BE MULCHED AND TEMPORARILY SEEDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NORTH CAROLINA EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLANNING AND DESIGN MANUAL SECTIONS 6.10 AND 6.14. SEE DETAIL 6 SHEET C-025-0001586. 7.ALL DISTURBED AREAS SHALL BE PERMANENTLY SEEDED BEFORE PROJECT CLOSEOUT. PERMANENT SEEDING SHALL BE SEEDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NORTH CAROLINA EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLANNING AND DESIGN MANUAL SECTION 6.11. SEE DETAIL 7 SHEET C-025-0001586. 8.CONTRACTOR SHALL KEEP ADJACENT ROADS AND DRIVEWAYS CLEAN OF SEDIMENT AND CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS. 9.WETLANDS, SURFACE WATERS, OR OTHER JURISDICTIONAL WATERS ARE NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OF DISTURBANCE. 10.HORIZONTAL COORDINATES: NSRS 2011 NORTH CAROLINA STATE PLANE, US FOOT. VERTICAL DATUM: NSRS 11 LIMITS OF DISTURBANCELOD LIMITS OF DISTURBED AREA: 0.40 AC SILT FENCESF CONCRETE WASHOUT WITH LINER C-025-0001585 1 C-025-0001585 2 C-025-0001585 3 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE EXISTING 3" PIPING WITHIN THE LILLINGTON RS TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH 4" PIPING. SEE MECHANICAL SHEETS FOR MORE DETAILSPROPOSED REGULATED TEMPORARY BYPASS TEMPORARY COMPOST FILTER SOCK (TYP.) LIMITS OF DISTURBANCE TEMPORARY SILT FENCE (TYP.) COMPOST FILTER SOCKC-025-0001585 4 DELINEATED WETLANDS PROPOSED TREELINE EXISTING STATION FENCING TO BE TAKEN DOWN DURING CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED. ANY FENCING REMOVED SHOULD BE REPLACED PER DUKE STANDARDS EXISTING TREELINE 10' PIPELINE EASEMENT AREA (0.006 ACRES) EXISTING PIPELINE EASEMENT LIMITS EXISTING PIPELINE EASEMENT LIMITS EDGE OF RIGHT OF WAY FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY CONTRACTOR TO MINIMIZE CLEARING OF EXISTING LANDSCAPE FEATURES IN THIS AREA W DUNCAN STREEET 66' PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY PER PB 2014 PG 367 138139140138 138 137136135E/P E/P E/P E/P REF. 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CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 PNG-G-025-0001241 0 SCALE IN FEET 10'5'20' NOTES: 1.ALL DIMENSIONS ARE SHOWN IN FEET UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE 2.SEE SHEET C-025-0001564 FOR CIVIL LEGEND, ABBREVIATIONS, AND GENERAL NOTES. 3.PEDESTRIAN GATES SHALL BE KEYED WITH THE SAME LOCK. 4.CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE THE EXISTING FENCE FOR ACCESSING THE TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT. 5.IT WILL BE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF CONTRACTOR TO RE-INSTALL FENCE TO IT'S ORIGINAL CONDITION FOLLOWING THE COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION. 6.SITE DELINEATION PERFORMED BY BURNS & MCDONNELL ON JANUARY 4, 2024. DELINEATION BOUNDARIES HAVE NOT BEEN VERIFIED BY THE USACE OR SURVEYED BY A REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR. LIMITS OF DISTURBED AREA: 0.40 AC LIMITS OF DISTURBANCE DELINEATED WETLANDS LEGEND: TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION DRIVEWAY C-025-0001585 1 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE EXISTING PERMANENT GRAVEL EXISTING 3" PIPING WITHIN THE LILLINGTON RS TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH 4" PIPING. SEE MECHANICAL SHEETS FOR MORE DETAILS PROPOSED BYPASS EXISTING STATION FENCING TO BE TAKEN DOWN DURING CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED. ANY FENCING REMOVED SHOULD BE REPLACED PER DUKE STANDARD PROPOSED TREELINE EXISTING TREELINE 10' PIPELINE EASEMENT AREA (0.006 ACRES) FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY CONTRACTOR TO MINIMIZE CLEARING OF EXISTING LANDSCAPE FEATURES IN THIS AREA SCALE: DETAIL NTS CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE SCALE: DETAIL NTS REINFORCED TEMPORARY SILT FENCE SCALE: DETAIL NTS CONCRETE WASHOUT WITH LINER SCALE: DETAIL NTS TYPICAL COMPOST FILTER SOCK 1.FILTER SOCK SHALL BE FILTREXXTM SILTSOXXTM OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT. 2.FILTER SOCK SHALL BE INSPECTED PERIODICALLY AND AFTER ALL STORM EVENTS, AND REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT SHALL BE PERFORMED AS NEEDED. 3.SEDIMENT DEPOSITS AT FILTER SOCKS SHALL BE ROUTINELY REMOVED FROM FILTER SOCK WHEN SEDIMENT HEIGHT IS APPROXIMATELY ONE-THIRD OF THE HEIGHT OF THE FILTER SOCK. 4.COMPOST MATERIAL SHALL BE DISPERSED ON SITE AS DETERMINED BY DUKE ENGINEERING. SCALE: DETAIL NTS SILT FENCE WATTLE BREAK REF. 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CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 PNG-G-025-0001241 8' MAX STANDARD STRENGTH FABRIC WITH WIRE FENCE 6' MAX EXTRA STRENGTH FABRIC WITHOUT WIRE FENCE FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY X X X X X X X seeding mixture species Rye (grain) Annual lespedeza (Kobe in Piedmont and Coastal Plain, Korean in Mountains) Rate (lb/acre) 120 50 Omit annual lespedeza when duration of temporary cover is not to extend beyond June. seeding dates Mountains—Above 2500 feet: Feb. 15 - May 15 Below 2500 feet: Feb. 1- May 1 Piedmont—Jan. 1 - May 1 Coastal Plain—Dec. 1 - Apr. 15 soil amendments Follow recommendations of soil tests or apply 2,000 lb/acre ground agricultural limestone and 750 lb/acre 10-10-10 fertilizer. Apply 4,000 lb/acre straw. Anchor straw by tacking with asphalt, netting, or a mulch anchoring tool. A disk with blades set nearly straight can be used as a mulch anchoring tool. maintenance Refertilize if growth is not fully adequate. Reseed, refertilize and mulch immediately following erosion or other damage. seeding mixture species German millet Rate (lb/acre) 40 In the Piedmont and Mountains, a small-stemmed Sudangrass may be substituted at a rate of 50 lb/acre. seeding dates Mountains—May 15 - Aug. 15 Piedmont—May 1 - Aug. 15 Coastal Plain—Apr. 15 - Aug. 15 soil amendments Follow recommendations of soil tests or apply 2,000 lb/acre ground agricultural limestone and 750 lb/acre 10-10-10 fertilizer. Apply 4,000 lb/acre straw. Anchor straw by tacking with asphalt, netting, or a mulch anchoring tool. A disk with blades set nearly straight can be used as a mulch anchoring tool. maintenance Refertilize if growth is not fully adequate. Reseed, refertilize and mulch immediately following erosion or other damage. seeding mixture species Rye (grain) seeding dates Mountains—Aug. 15 - Dec. 15 Coastal Plain and Piedmont—Aug. 15 - Dec. 30 soil amendments Follow soil tests or apply 2,000 lb/acre ground agricultural limestone and 1,000 lb/acre 10-10-10 fertilizer. Apply 4,000 lb/acre straw. Anchor straw by tacking with asphalt, netting, or a mulch anchoring tool. A disk with blades set nearly straight can be used as a mulch anchoring tool. maintenance Repair and refertilize damaged areas immediately. Topdress with 50 lb/acre of nitrogen in March. If it is necessary to extent temporary cover beyond June 15, overseed with 50 lb/acre Kobe (Piedmont and Coastal Plain) or Korean (Mountains) lespedeza in late February or early March. Rate (lb/acre) 120 TEMPORARY SEEDING NOTES: 1.COMPLETE GRADING BEFORE PREPARING SEEDBEDS, AND INSTALL ALL NECESSARY EROSION CONTROL PRACTICES SUCH AS, DIKES, WATERWAYS, AND BASINS. MINIMIZE STEEP SLOPES BECAUSE THEY MAKE SEEDBED PREPARATION DIFFICULT AND INCREASE THE EROSION HAZARD. IF SOILS BECOME COMPACTED DURING GRADING, LOOSEN THEM TO A DEPTH OF 6-8 INCHES USING A RIPPER, HARROW, OR CHISEL PLOW. SEEDBED PREPARATION 2.GOOD SEEDBED PREPARATION IS ESSENTIAL TO SUCCESSFUL PLANT ESTABLISHMENT. A GOOD SEEDBED IS WELL-PULVERIZED, LOOSE, AND UNIFORM. WHERE HYDROSEEDING METHODS ARE USED, THE SURFACE MAY BE LEFT WITH A MORE IRREGULAR SURFACE OF LARGE CLODS AND STONES. 3.LIMING—APPLY LIME ACCORDING TO SOIL TEST RECOMMENDATIONS. IF THE PH (ACIDITY) OF THE SOIL IS NOT KNOWN, AN APPLICATION OF GROUND AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE AT THE RATE OF 1 TO 1 1/2 TONS/ACRE ON COARSE-TEXTURED SOILS AND 2-3 TONS/ACRE ON FINE-TEXTURED SOILS IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT. APPLY LIMESTONE UNIFORMLY AND INCORPORATE INTO THE TOP 4-6 INCHES OF SOIL. SOILS WITH A PH OF 6 OR HIGHER NEED NOT BE LIMED. 4.FERTILIZER—BASE APPLICATION RATES ON SOIL TESTS. WHEN THESE ARE NOT POSSIBLE, APPLY A 10-10-10 GRADE FERTILIZER AT 700-1,000 LB/ACRE. BOTH FERTILIZER AND LIME SHOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO THE TOP 4-6 INCHES OF SOIL. IF A HYDRAULIC SEEDER IS USED, DO NOT MIX SEED AND FERTILIZER MORE THAN 30 MINUTES BEFORE APPLICATION. 5.SURFACE ROUGHENING—IF RECENT TILLAGE OPERATIONS HAVE RESULTED IN A LOOSE SURFACE, ADDITIONAL ROUGHENING MAY NOT BE REQUIRED, EXCEPT TO BREAK UP LARGE CLODS. IF RAINFALL CAUSES THE SURFACE TO BECOME SEALED OR CRUSTED, LOOSEN IT JUST PRIOR TO SEEDING BY DISKING, RAKING, HARROWING, OR OTHER SUITABLE METHODS. GROOVE OR FURROW SLOPES STEEPER THAN 3:1 ON THE CONTOUR BEFORE SEEDING (PRACTICE 6.03, SURFACE ROUGHENING). PLANT SELECTION 6.SELECT AN APPROPRIATE SPECIES OR SPECIES MIXTURE FROM TABLE 6.10A FOR SEEDING IN LATE WINTER AND EARLY SPRING, NCDEQ PRACTICE STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS TABLE 6.10B FOR SUMMER, AND TABLE 6.10C FOR FALL. 7.IN THE MOUNTAINS, DECEMBER AND JANUARY SEEDINGS HAVE POOR CHANCES OF SUCCESS. WHEN IT IS NECESSARY TO PLANT AT THESE TIMES, USE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FALL AND A SECURELY TACKED MULCH. SEEDING 8.EVENLY APPLY SEED USING A CYCLONE SEEDER (BROADCAST), DRILL, CULTIPACKER SEEDER, OR HYDROSEEDER. USE SEEDING RATES GIVEN IN NCDEQ PRACTICE STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS TABLES 6.10A-6.10C. BROADCAST SEEDING AND HYDROSEEDING ARE APPROPRIATE FOR STEEP SLOPES WHERE EQUIPMENT CANNOT BE DRIVEN. HAND BROADCASTING IS NOT RECOMMENDED BECAUSE OF THE DIFFICULTY IN ACHIEVING A UNIFORM DISTRIBUTION. 9.SMALL GRAINS SHOULD BE PLANTED NO MORE THAN 1 INCH DEEP, AND GRASSES AND LEGUMES NO MORE THAN 1/2 INCH. BROADCAST SEED MUST BE COVERED BY RAKING OR CHAIN DRAGGING, AND THEN LIGHTLY FIRMED WITH A ROLLER OR CULTIPACKER. HYDROSEEDED MIXTURES SHOULD INCLUDE A WOOD FIBER (CELLULOSE) MULCH. MULCHING 10.THE USE OF AN APPROPRIATE MULCH WILL HELP ENSURE ESTABLISHMENT UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS, AND IS ESSENTIAL TO SEEDING SUCCESS UNDER HARSH SITE CONDITIONS (PRACTICE 6.14, MULCHING). HARSH SITE CONDITIONS INCLUDE: • SEEDING IN FALL FOR WINTER COVER (WOOD FIBER MULCHES ARE NOT CONSIDERED ADEQUATE FOR THIS USE), • SLOPES STEEPER THAN 3:1, • EXCESSIVELY HOT OR DRY WEATHER, • ADVERSE SOILS (SHALLOW, ROCKY, OR HIGH IN CLAY OR SAND), AND • AREAS RECEIVING CONCENTRATED FLOW. 11.IF THE AREA TO BE MULCHED IS SUBJECT TO CONCENTRATED WATER FLOW, AS IN CHANNELS, ANCHOR MULCH WITH NETTING (PRACTICE 6.14, MULCHING). TEMPORARY SEEDING MAINTENANCE NOTES: 1.RESEED AND MULCH AREAS WHERE SEEDLING EMERGENCE IS POOR, OR WHERE EROSION OCCURS, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. DO NOT MOW. PROTECT FROM TRAFFIC AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. PERMANENT SEEDING NOTES: SOIL PREPARATION 1.PROPER SOIL PREPARATION IS NECESSARY FOR SUCCESSFUL SEED GERMINATION AND ROOT ESTABLISHMENT. IT IS ALSO NECESSARY FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF ROOTED SPRIGS, SOD AND WOODY PLANTS. HEAVILY COMPACTED SOILS PREVENT AIR, NUTRIENTS AND MOISTURE FROM REACHING ROOTS THEREBY RETARDING OR PREVENTING PLANT GROWTH. THE SUCCESS OF SITE STABILIZATION AND REDUCTION OF FUTURE MAINTENANCE ARE DEPENDENT ON AN ADEQUATELY PREPARED SOIL BED. FOLLOWING ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR PREPARATION OF AREAS TO BE VEGETATED BY GRASSING, SPRIGGING, SODDING, AND/OR PLANTING OF WOODY PLANTS: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: 2.PREPARATION FOR PRIMARY/PERMANENT STABILIZATION SHALL NOT BEGIN UNTIL ALL CONSTRUCTION AND UTILITY WORK WITHIN THE PREPARATION AREA IS COMPLETE. HOWEVER, IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO PREPARE FOR NURSE CROPS PRIOR TO COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF UTILITIES. 3.A NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SOILS TEST (OR EQUAL) SHALL BE OBTAINED FOR ALL AREAS TO BE SEEDED, SPRIGGED, SODDED OR PLANTED. RECOMMENDED FERTILIZER AND PH ADJUSTING PRODUCTS SHALL BE INCORPORATED INTO THE PREPARED AREAS AND BACKFILL MATERIAL PER THE TEST. 4.ALL AREAS TO BE SEEDED OR PLANTED SHALL BE TILLED OR RIPPED TO A DEPTH SPECIFIED ON THE APPROVED PLANS, CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE AND/OR CONSTRUCTION BID LIST. RIPPING CONSISTS OF CREATING FISSURES IN A CRISS-CROSS PATTERN OVER THE ENTIRE SURFACE AREA, UTILIZING AN IMPLEMENT THAT WILL NOT GLAZE THE SIDE WALLS OF THE FISSURES. SITE PREPARATION THAT DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THESE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTABLE. THE DEPTH OF SOIL PREPARATION MAY BE ESTABLISHED AS A RANGE BASED ON THE APPROVAL OF THE REVIEWING STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY. ONCE TILLED OR RIPPED ACCORDING TO THE APPROVED PLAN, ALL AREAS ARE TO BE RETURNED TO THE APPROVED FINAL GRADE. PH MODIFIERS AND/OR OTHER SOIL AMENDMENTS SPECIFIED IN THE SOIL TESTS CAN BE ADDED DURING THE SOIL PREPARATION PROCEDURE OR AS DESCRIBED BELOW. 5.ALL STONES LARGER THAN THREE (3) INCHES ON ANY SIDE, STICKS, ROOTS, AND OTHER EXTRANEOUS MATERIALS THAT SURFACE DURING THE BED PREPARATION SHALL BE REMOVED. AREAS TO BE SEEDED: 6.TILL OR DISC THE PREPARED AREAS TO BE SEEDED TO A MINIMUM DEPTH OF FOUR (4) INCHES. REMOVE STONES LARGER THAN THREE (3) INCHES ON ANY SIDE, STICKS, ROOTS AND OTHER EXTRANEOUS MATERIALS THAT SURFACE. IF NOT INCORPORATED DURING THE SOIL PREPARATION PROCESS, ADD PH MODIFIER AND FERTILIZERS AT THE RATE SPECIFIED IN THE SOIL TEST REPORT. 7.RE-COMPACT THE AREA UTILIZING A CULTIPACKER ROLLER. THE FINISHED GRADE SHALL BE A SMOOTH EVEN SOIL SURFACE WITH A LOOSE, UNIFORMLY FINE TEXTURE. ALL RIDGES AND DEPRESSIONS SHALL BE REMOVED AND FILLED TO PROVIDE THE APPROVED SURFACE DRAINAGE. SEEDING OF GRADED AREAS IS TO BE DONE IMMEDIATELY AFTER FINISHED GRADES ARE OBTAINED AND SEEDBED PREPARATION IS COMPLETED. AREAS TO BE SPRIGGED, SODDED, AND/OR PLANTED: 8.AT THE TIME OF PLANTING TILL OR DISC THE PREPARED AREAS TO A DEPTH OF FOUR (4) TO SIX (6) INCHES BELOW THE APPROVED FNISHED GRADE. REMOVE ALL STONES LARGER THAN THREE (3) INCHES ON ANY SIDE, STICKS, ROOTS AND OTHER EXTRANEOUS MATERIALS THAT SURFACE. IF NOT INCORPORATED IN THE RIPPING PROCESS, ADD PH MODIFIER, FERTILIZER, AND OTHER RECOMMENDED SOIL AMENDMENTS. 9.RE-COMPACT THE AREA UTILIZING A CULTIPACKER ROLLER AND PREPARE FNAL GRADES AS DESCRIBED ABOVE. INSTALL SPRIGS, SOD AND PLANTS AS DIRECTED IMMEDIATELY AFTER FINE GRADING IS COMPLETE. MULCH, MAT AND/OR TACK AS SPECIFIED. PERMANENT SEEDING SCHEDULE: THE KINDS OF SEED AND FERTILIZER, AND THE RATES OF APPLICATION OF SEED, FERTILIZER, AND LIMESTONE, SHALL BE AS STATED BELOW. DURING PERIODS OF OVERLAPPING DATES, THE KIND OF SEED TO BE USED SHALL BE DETERMINED. ALL RATES ARE IN POUNDS PER ACRE. MARCH 1 - AUGUST 31 SEPTEMBER 1 - FEBRUARY 28 100#TALL FESCUE 100#TALL FESCUE 10#CENTIPEDE 10#CENTIPEDE 25#BERMUDAGRASS (HULLED)35#BERMUDAGRASS (UNHULLED) 500#FERTILIZER 500#FERTILIZER 4000#LIMESTONE 4000#LIMESTONE SCALE: DETAIL NTS PERMANENT SEEDING SCALE: DETAIL NTS TEMPORARY SEEDING REF. 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CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 PNG-G-025-0001241 FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY PNG-G-022-0001241REF. 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CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 PIPE CLEANING: 1.THOROUGHLY CLEAN INTERIOR OF ALL PIPE, FITTINGS, AND JOINTS BEFORE INSTALLATION. EXCLUDE ENTRANCE OF FOREIGN MATTER DURING DISCONTINUANCE OF INSTALLATION BY CAPPING OR PLUGGING TO A WATERTIGHT CONDITION AT THE END OF EACH WORK DAY. PRIOR TO FINAL FITTING OF THE SYSTEM, VISUALLY INSPECT ALL LINES AND JOINTS, REMOVE ALL STRUTS, SWEEP AND/OR FLUSH CLEAN TO THE SATISFACTION OF DUKE ENERGY. NOTIFY DUKE ENERGY AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF INTENDED CLOSING UP OF A SYSTEM. 2.CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPERLY CLEANING NEW PIPE TO BE INSTALLED BEFORE RELEASING IT FOR SERVICE. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE PROCEDURES FOR CLEANING PIPE FOR APPROVAL BY DUKE ENERGY. PRESSURE AND LEAK TESTING: 1.ALL PIPE SHALL BE PRESSURE TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH DUKE PRESSURE TESTING STANDARD FOC-PR-2040. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS ASSOCIATED WITH PRESSURE TESTING. SHOULD SURFACE LEAKS BECOME APPARENT, THE LEAKS SHALL BE LOCATED AND REPAIRED, AND THE LINE RE-TESTED UNTIL IT FULFILLS THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH REPAIRS AND RE-TESTING. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE NOTIFICATIONS TO DUKE ENERGY 48 HOURS PRIOR TO TESTING FOR WITNESS. 2.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING ALL MATERIALS, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, AND PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CONDUCT THE PRESSURE TEST INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO AIR COMPRESSOR, TEST MANIFOLDS, DEAD WEIGHT, AND CERTIFIED GAUGES. 3.THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE TO PERFORM INITIAL SERVICE LEAK TESTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN THE DUKE PRESSURE TESTING STANDARD FOC-PR-2040. 4.A COMPLETE AND CERTIFIED TEST RECORD SHALL BE PROVIDED TO DUKE ENERGY AS SPECIFIED IN THE PRESSURE TESTING STANDARD FOC-PR-2040. 5.CONTRACTOR SHALL ALLOW THE TEST PRESSURE TO REACH EQUILIBRIUM WITH TEMPERATURE, PRIOR TO STARTING THE TEST. 6.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DE-PRESSURIZATION OF THE TEST MEDIUM TO THE ENVIRONMENT IN A SAFE AND REASONABLE MANNER. 7.TEST PRESSURES SHALL BE 1.5 TIMES DESIGN PRESSURE. 8.ALL PIPING SHALL BE TESTED FOR THE DURATIONS AS SPECIFIED IN THE DUKE ENERGY PRESSURE TESTING STANDARD FOC-PR-2040. MATERIAL NOTES: 1.MATERIAL LIST SHALL BE CONSIDERED AN ESTIMATE. DUKE ENERGY WILL PROVIDE THE MATERIALS IN THE MATERIALS LIST. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ANY REMAINING MATERIALS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE PROJECT. STEEL PIPE, FITTING, AND VALVE NOTES: 1.ALL STEEL PIPE, FITTINGS, VALVES, AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE INSTALLED ACCORDING TO DUKE ENERGY CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS, MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS, AND CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS. STEEL PIPE, FITTING, AND VALVE NOTES (CONTINUED): 2.CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE EXTRA HARDWARE, BEYOND WHAT IS SPECIFIED IN THE BILL OF MATERIALS, AS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE CONSTRUCTION AND TESTING OF THE FACILITIES INCLUDING GASKETS, NUTS, AND BOLTS. ONLY NEW GASKETS AND BOLTS SHALL BE USED WHEN CONNECTING FLANGES. 3.FIELD VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS. WELDING AND NON-DESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION: 1.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH ALL LABOR, MATERIAL, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR SURFACE PREPARATION AND WELDING. 2.ALL WELDING SHALL BE COMPLETED PER DUKE ENERGY WELDING PROCEDURES. 3.ALL CONTRACTOR WELDERS MUST HAVE THE APPROPRIATE QUALIFICATION RECORDS TO BE SUBMITTED TO DUKE ENERGY FOR REVIEW PRIOR TO WELDING. DUKE ENERGY INSPECTOR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO WITNESS ANY NEW WELDER QUALIFICATIONS. 4.CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR COST FOR TESTING AND QUALIFICATION OF WELDERS INCLUDING MATERIALS AND NDE. 5.ALL WELDS SHALL BE EXAMINED PER DUKE ENERGY WELDING PROCEDURES. PAINTING NOTES: 1.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH ALL LABOR, MATERIAL, PAINTS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR PAINTING. 2.ALL STEEL SHALL BE THOROUGHLY WIPED DOWN TO REMOVE ALL TRACES OF GRIT OR OTHER CONTAMINANTS. REMOVE ALL WELD SPLATTER AND GRIND SMOOTH THE BURRS ON ANY CUT EDGES AND ROUGH WELDS. SURFACES TO BE PAINTED SHALL BE PRIMED BEFORE ANY RUSTING CAN OCCUR AND UNDER CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY. ANY RUST BLOOM SHALL BE REMOVED BEFORE PAINT APPLICATION BY SUITABLE HAND OR POWER TOOL. 3.THE PIPING AND PIPING COMPONENT PAINTING SHALL BE INSPECTED AND REPAIRED ACCORDINGLY AFTER INSTALLATION. 4.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REFERENCE SI-ST-5150 FOR ALL BELOW GRADE COATING APPLICATIONS AND SI-ST-5170 FOR ALL ABOVE GRADE COATING APPLICATIONS. GENERAL MECHANICAL NOTES: 1.ANY CHANGES REQUIRED DUE TO FIELD CONDITIONS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. 2.REFER TO VENDOR EQUIPMENT DRAWINGS FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS. 3.CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY GRADE ELEVATION AND CUT VERTICAL PIPE TRANSITIONS TO LENGTH AS NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN 3'-0" MINIMUM DEPTH OF COVER. INDICATES ELECTRICALLY ISOLATED. FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY E/P REF. 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CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 M-025-0001557 1 NOTES: 1.ANY CHANGES REQUIRED DUE TO FIELD CONDITIONS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. 2.UNDERGROUND STEEL INLET PIPING AND RISER TO BE CATHODICALLY PROTECTED AND MONITORED IF NOT ELECTRICALLY CONTINUOUS WITH A PROTECTED STEEL SERVICE OR MAIN. 3.PROJECT MANAGER TO CONTACT INTEGRITY TECHNICIAN AT START OF PROJECT. PROJECT CANNOT BE GASSED UP UNTIL INTEGRITY HAS CONFIRMED NO ADDITIONAL WORK IS NEEDED. 4.CONTACT GAS SYSTEMS OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR PRIOR TO STARTING JOB TO VERIFY GAS FLOW. INDICATES ELECTRICALLY ISOLATED PNG-G-025-0001241 SCALE: AS NOTED BELOW PLAN VIEW LEGEND: LIMITS OF DISTURBANCE 0 5' SCALE IN FEET 10' EXISTING STATION FENCE EXISTING 4" OUTLET FROM LILLINGTON RS EXISTING 6" INLET TO LILLINGTON RS FLOW I S O L A T E D T O L I L L I N G T O N RS TO C O M P L E T E S T A T I O N PIPING R E P L A C E M E N T FLOW I S O L A T E D F R O M LILLIN G T O N R S T O C O M P L E T E STATI O N P I P I N G R E P L A C E M E N TFLOWPROPOSED TEMPORARY, REGULATED BYPASS OF LILLINGTON RS TO REPLACE EXISTING 3" PIPING WITHIN STATION CONTRACTOR TO AVOID ANY DISTURBANCE TO EXISTING UTILITY POLE TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE. REFER TO CIVIL SHEETS FOR MORE DETAILS REFER TO CIVIL SHEETS FOR FULL LIMITS OF DISTURBANCE EXISTING 3" PIPING WITHIN LILLINGTON RS TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH 4" PIPING. SEE DETAILS 2 AND 3 ON SHEET PNG-M-025-0001557. EXISTING STATION FENCING TO BE TAKEN DOWN DURING CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED. ANY FENCING REMOVED SHOULD BE REPLACED PER DUKE STANDARDS FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY FIELD ROUTE TEMPORARY BYPASS PIPING TO AVOID ANY EXISTING PIPE REF. DWG(S)C:\Users\kazagade\AppData\Local\Autodesk\AutoCAD Plant 3D\CollaborationCache\155200_Line235_P3Dv2021\Orthos\DWGs\Line235\PNG-M-025-0001557.dwg 3/21/2024 10:40 AMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMP DISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBER DESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATE DWG TYPE SHEET(S)DWG SCALE DWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBER PROJECT NUMBER DRAWING NUMBER APPROVING ENGINEER REVISION AREA CODE SUPERSEDED STATION ID COPYRIGHT 2018 CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGN A 01/19/2024 ISSUED FOR 90% DESIGN REVIEW KAZ WTB CAM B 03/27/2024 ISSUED FOR BID KAZ WTB CAM - - 0234894 - 82-T-91-GLD-127 CP 0234894 DUNN CORRIDOR RETROFIT AND DERATE SECTIONS & DETAILS - LILLINGTON RS DUNN, NC GOLDSBORO RESOURCE CENTER, GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA X OF X AS NOTED 07/25/2023 - PNG -M-025-0001557 B R Know what's below. Call before you dig. CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 NOTES: 1.ANY CHANGES REQUIRED DUE TO FIELD CONDITIONS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. 2.UNDERGROUND STEEL INLET PIPING AND RISER TO BE CATHODICALLY PROTECTED AND MONITORED IF NOT ELECTRICALLY CONTINUOUS WITH A PROTECTED STEEL SERVICE OR MAIN. 3.PROJECT MANAGER TO CONTACT INTEGRITY TECHNICIAN AT START OF PROJECT. PROJECT CANNOT BE GASSED UP UNTIL INTEGRITY HAS CONFIRMED NO ADDITIONAL WORK IS NEEDED. 4.CONTACT GAS SYSTEMS OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR PRIOR TO STARTING JOB TO VERIFY GAS FLOW. 5.CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL TOR'S ON PIPE ACCORDING TO ALL GUIDELINES LISTED IN FOM-ST-1580. 6.DESIGN CONDITIONS: DESIGN PRESSURE: 1000 PSIG MAX INLET PRESSURE: 680 PSIG MIN INLET PRESSURE: 350 PSIG REQUIRED DELIVERY PRESSURE: 55 PSIG MAX FLOW: 40 MSCFH PNG-G-025-0001241 SCALE: AS NOTED BELOW PLAN VIEW 5/8"=1'-0"M-024-0001556 1 205-1 SCALE IN FEET 0 0.25'0.5'1' SECTION SCALE:5/8"=1'-0" A THIS DWG4'-0"(FIELD VERIFY)4'-0"(FIELD VERIFY)1'-6"1'-6"±1'-11916"±2'-11916"6"X2"4"X2" 6"X2" 6" STOPPLE A THIS DWG B THIS DWG GRADE SCALE: DETAIL 1 THIS DWG2"=1'-0" FLOW ±1'-11116" ±2'-91116" 143° EXISTING 4" OUTLET FROM LILLINGTON RS EXISTING 6" INLET TO LILLINGTON RS 6" SANDWICH VALVE 4" STOPPLE 4" SANDWICH VALVE 142° 2062073 102-2 3 102-1101-2 101-1 1 1 801A 203202201-1 106-1 107-1 2 3 208 204 801B 801C 801D FLOW FL O W SCALE IN FEET 0 1'2'4' SCALE IN FEET 0 1'2'4' EXISTING 4" OUTLET FROM LILLINGTON RS EXISTING 6" INLET TO LILLINGTON RS CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE CRIBBING TO SUPPORT TEMPORARY BYPASS AS NECESSARY FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY 5'-11"1'-534"1'-0"4'-8"1'-11116"1'-012"4'-134" FLOW 2" MONITOR 2" WORKER2"2" 2" 104-1 105-144 C THIS DWG D THIS DWG VENDORSUPPLIED802-1 209-1210 211212 209-2210211212 4 4 103-1 103-2 (TYP) THIS DWG 1 1/2"1/2" 6"6"6"VENDORSUPPLIEDCONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE CRIBBING TO SUPPORT TEMPORARY BYPASS AS NECESSARY CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE CRIBBING TO SUPPORT TEMPORARY BYPASS AS NECESSARY SCALE IN FEET 0 0.50'1'2' SCALE: DETAIL 2 M-025-00015561"=1'-0" ±5'-8" ±3'-0" EXISTING CONDITIONS SCALE IN FEET 0 0.50'1'2' SCALE: DETAIL 3 M-025-00015561"=1'-0" PROPOSED CONDITIONS 3 TIE-IN PROPOSED 4" PIPE TO EXISTING 4" BURIED PIPE TIE-IN PROPOSED 4" PIPE TO EXISTING 4" BURIED PIPE EXISTING 4" BURIED PIPE TO BE TIE-IN LOCATION FOR PROPOSED 4" PIPE EXISTING 4" BURIED PIPE TO BE TIE-IN LOCATION FOR PROPOSED 4" PIPE SMALL PORTION OF EXISTING 4" PIPING TO BE REPLACED EXISTING 4"x3" REDUCER TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH 4" PIPE EXISTING 4"x3" REDUCER TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH 4" PIPE SMALL PORTION OF EXISTING 4" PIPING TO BE REPLACED ALL EXISTING 3" PIPING WITHIN STATION TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH NEW 4" PIPING VENDOR SUPPLIED TEMPORARY REGULATOR AND RELIEF SKID 2" RELIEFFLOW I S OL AT E D T O LILLI N GT O N RS T O C O M PL ETE ST ATI O N PIPING RE PL A C E ME NT FL O W I S O L A T E D F R O M LIL L I N G T O N R S T O C O M P L E T E ST A T I O N P I P I N G R E P L A C E M E N T TIE-IN TO OUTLET OF SKID WITH 2" CL 600 FLANGE TIE-IN TO INLET OF SKID WITH 2" CL 600 FLANGE BOM #Maximo Part #Legacy Part #Source System Qty Retired?Description Ordering Instructions Ordering Specifications Manuf Model Manuf Part # PIPE (BOM# 000-099) 1 1551340 16836 PNG 40'-0"PIPE, 6" NPS X 0.280 W.T., DBL RANDOM LG, BEVELED ENDS, ELECTRIC RESISTANCE WELD, FBE, STL, API 5L PSL-2, GR X52, NO JOINTERS IPSCOINC, AMERICAN,6-280-DRL-X52-FBE 2 1552810 16835 PNG 40'-0"PIPE, 6" NPS X 0.280 W.T., DBL RANDOM LG, BEVELED ENDS, ELECTRIC RESISTANCE WELD, BARE, STL, API 5L PSL-2, GR X52, NO JOINTERS AMERICAN,6-280-DRL-X52-BARE 3 1551335 14093 PNG 40'-0"PIPE, 4" NPS X 0.237 W.T., DBL RANDOM LG, BEVELED ENDS, ELECTRIC RESISTANCE WELD, FBE, STL, API 5L PSL-2, GR X52, NO JOINTERS WHEATLANDTUB, AMERICAN, 4-237-DRL-X52-FBE 4 1611171 1611171 5 STATE 20'-0""PIPE, 2"" NPS, SGL RANDOM LG, BEVELED ENDS, ELECTRIC RESISTANCE WELD, 0.218"" WALL THK, STL, API 5L PSL-1, GR X52, NO JOINTERS, BARE, API 5L PSL-2 IS ALSO ACCEPTABLE " IPSCOINC 2-218-SRL-X52-BARE FITTINGS (BOM# 100-199) 101 1552864 15825 PNG 2 ELBOW,PIPE, 6" NPS X 0.28 W.T., BW, 90 DEG, 1.5D RADIUS, STL, MSS SP-75, GR Y52, FULLY SEGMENTABLE, PAINTED PREFERRED, BARE ACCEPTABLE., MACHINE BEVEL ENDS PER ASME B31.8 APPENDIX I, FIG I-4 HACKNEYLADIS,6-90-1.5R-280-Y52-SEG 102 1571439 17355 PNG 2 ELBOW,PIPE, 4" NPS X 0.237 W.T., BW, 90 DEG, 1.5D RADIUS, STL, MSS SP-75, GR Y52, FULLY SEGMENTABLE, PAINTED PREFERRED, BARE ACCEPTABLE., MACHINE BEVEL ENDS PER ASME B31.8 APPENDIX I, FIG I-4 HACKNEYLADIS,4-90-1.5R-237-Y52-SEG 103 1575614 16269 PNG 2 ELBOW,PIPE, 2" NPS X 0.218 W.T., BW, 90 DEG, 1.5D RADIUS, STL, MSS SP-75, GR Y52, FULLY SEGMENTABLE, PAINTED PREFERRED, BARE ACCEPTABLE., MACHINE BEVEL ENDS PER ASME B31.8 APPENDIX I, FIG I-4 HACKNEYLADIS,2-90-1.5R-218-Y52-SEG 104 1488745 1488745 5 STATE 1 REDUCER,PIPE, CONCENTRIC, 6" NPS X 0.280 W.T. 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OF 0.280"GALPERTI, BOLTEX, KERKAU, WELDBEND, HACKNEYLADISH 6-FLG-WNRF-600-F52-STD 202 476644 476644 5 STATE 1 GASKET,SPIRAL WOUND, 6"" PIPE, 600 LB, 6.100"" ID X 10.500"" OD, 0.175"" THK, 304/304L SS WINDING, FLEXIBLE GRAPHITE FILLER, FLEXITALLIC CGI, 304/304L SS INNER RING, CS OUTER RING, FLG FITTING, DIMENSIONAL STD ASME B16.20 FLEXITALLICI CGI 060060000085 203 1553045 17262 PNG 12 BOLT, STUD, 1" DIA, 7" LG, STL, ASTM A193 GR B7 12 BOLTS PER FLANGE CONNECTION HIGHLANDTHRE 1-STUD-7LG-STL-B7 204 1553383 11084 PNG 24 NUT,HEX, 1" DIA, STL, ASTM A194 GR 2H 2 NUTS PER BOLT ANVILINTLINC,1553383 205 1551473 17246 PNG 1 FLANGE,PIPE, WN, RF, 4", CLASS 600, FORGED STL, ASTM A694, GR F52, MSS SP-44, STD, NO INTERNAL TAPER Intended for pipe with W.T. 0.237"FOR PIPE WITH W.T. 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DWG(S)C:\Users\kazagade\DC\ACCDocs\BMcD US TND\PiedmontNGas_155200_Line235\Project Files\0234894_Line235\Line235\Mechanical\PNG-M-025-0001558_LILLINGTON.dwg 3/21/2024 10:42 AMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMP DISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBER DESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATE DWG TYPE SHEET(S)DWG SCALE DWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBER PROJECT NUMBER DRAWING NUMBER APPROVING ENGINEER REVISION AREA CODE SUPERSEDED STATION ID COPYRIGHT 2018 CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGN A 01/19/2024 ISSUED FOR 90% DESIGN REVIEW KAZ WTB CAM B 03/27/2024 ISSUED FOR BID KAZ WTB CAM - - 0234894 - 82-T-91-GLD-127 CP 0234894 DUNN CORRIDOR RETROFIT AND DERATE BILL OF MATERIALS - LILLINGTON RS DUNN, NC GOLDSBORO RESOURCE CENTER, GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA X OF X N.T.S. 01/12/2024 - PNG -M-025-0001558 B R Know what's below. Call before you dig. CALL 48 HOURS BEFORE YOU DIG DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE, ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM) *PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYBMCD EGS, P.C. STATE LICENSE # C-4821 FOR BID PURPOSES ONLY C:\_Vault\CAD Standards\Library\AutoCAD Blocks\Title Block\Fence_details\PNG-G-000-0003000.dwg 6/14/2023 2:01 PMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMPDISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBERDESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATEDWG TYPESHEET(S)DWG SCALEDWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBERPROJECT NUMBERDRAWING NUMBERAPPROVING ENGINEERREVISIONAREA CODESUPERSEDEDSTATION IDCOPYRIGHT 2021CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGNSERVICE ID006/14/2023REVISED PER ECO-003239MKRFSDRN/AN/AN/ASTANDARDN/AN/AFENCE STANDARD - CHAINLINKFENCE NOTESDistrict/Resource Center City, State1 OF 3NTS03/27/2023PNG-G-000-0001031PNG-G-000-00030000DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE,ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM)*PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYMATERIALS1)MATERIAL SHALL BE NEW AND FREE OF DEFECTS AND SHALL INCLUDE ALL REQUIRED COMPONENTS.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE WORK INDICATED INTHE SECTION UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. MATERIALS SHALL BE STORED OFF THE GROUND. ANYMUD/DIRT IS TO BE REMOVED PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.2)CONCRETE: CONCRETE SHALL MEET ACI-318 SPECIFICATION FOR 3000 PSI-28 DAY STRENGTHCONCRETE.3)POSTS:a.POST AND OTHER APPURTENANCES - ALL POST AND OTHER APPURTENANCES SHALL BE HOT-DIPGALVANIZED WITH A MINIMUM ZINC COATING OF 2.0 OUNCES PER SQUARE FOOT OF SURFACE(CLASS II COATING ASTM A-392).b.LINE POST SHALL BE 2-1/4" "H" COLUMN WEIGHING 4.1 LBS. PER FOOT, MINIMUM CARBONCONTENT 0.35%, MINIMUM TENSILE STRENGTH 75,000 PSI OR 2-3/8" O.D. SCHEDULE 40 PIPE, OFSUFFICIENT LENGTH TO ALLOW FOR INSTALLATION TO A DEPTH OF 3'-0" BELOW GROUND LEVEL.c.TERMINAL POST AND ALL END, CORNER AND PULL POSTS SHALL BE 2-1/2" X 2-1/2" X 0.1875" W.T.SQUARE TUBING OR 2-7/8" O.D. SCHEDULE 40 PIPE.d.GATE POST SHALL BE OF THE FOLLOWING SIZE FOR SINGLE PERSONNEL GATES OR ONE LEAF OFDOUBLE GATE.POST SIZE NOM WT.UP TO 6' WIDE2-1/2” SQ. OR 2-7/8” O.D.SAME AS TERMINAL POSTOVER 6' TO13'4” O.D.9.11 LB/FT4)TENSION, TRUSS, RAIL BANDS: SHALL BE 14GA AND RAIL/TRUSS BANDS SHALL BE 12GA. HOT DIPGALVANIZED STEEL BY 1" WIDE AND CONFORM TO ASTM SPEC. F 626. BANDS SHALL HAVE HOLES FOR3/8" BOLTS AND SPACING SHALL NOT EXCEED 15".5)RAILS:a.TOP RAIL: STANDARD GALVANIZED PIPE, 1-5/8" O.D.b.TRUSS BRACES: SHALL BE STANDARD GALVANIZED 1-5/8" O.D. PIPE 2.71 LB. / FT., WITH A 3/8" O.D.c.TRUSS ROD: SHALL BE FABRICATED FROM 5/16" STEEL ROD. RODS AND ASSOCIATEDTIGHTENERS SHALL BE HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED AFTER THREADING AND CONFORM TO ASTMSPEC. F 626. TRUSS ROD AND TIGHTENER SHALL BE CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING A TENSION OF2000LBS.6)WIRE:a.BARBED WIRE SHALL BE OF 4 POINT PATTERN, COMPOSED OF TWO STRANDS OF NO. 11-1/2GAUGE GALVANIZED WIRE WITH LARGE BARBS SPACED APPROXIMATELY 4 TO 5 INCHES ONCENTER.b.RAZOR WIREc.BOTTOM TENSION WIRE: NO. 7 GAUGE GALVANIZED COIL SPRING TENSION WIRE WITH CLASS ICOATING. USE NO. 11 GAUGE HOG RINGS TO FASTEN WIRE TO CHAIN LINK FABRIC.7)FABRIC:a.MATERIAL SHALL BE HOT-DIP GALVANIZED FENCE CHAIN LINK FABRIC - THE CHAIN LINK FABRICSHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM A-392 SPECIFICATIONS AND SHALL BE HOT DIPPEDGALVANIZED AFTER WEAVING, HAVING A COATING WEIGHT OF 2 OUNCES OF ZINC PER SQUAREFOOT, MINIMUM, OF UNCOATED WIRE SURFACE (CLASS II). FABRIC SHALL BE NO. 9 GAUGE WIREWOVEN IN A 2-INCH CHAIN LINK DIAMOND MESH.b.FENCE SECTION:i.COMPANY TYPE - A-8ii.FABRIC MINIMUM HEIGHT - 84"iii.TOTAL MINIMUM FENCE HEIGHT INCLUDING BARBED OR RAZOR WIRE TOPPER - 8'-0"8)OTHER HARDWARE:a.FITTINGS: SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM SPEC. F 626i.SLEEVE COUPLINGii.RAIL AND BRACE END CUPS: SHALL BE FABRICATED FROM PRESSED STEEL OR MALLEABLE IRON,HOT DIP GALVANIZED OR ALUMINMUM ALLOY CONFORMING TO ASTM SPEC. F 626.iii.POST CAPSiv.FABRIC TENSION BAR: 1/4" X 3/4" TENSION BARv.HEAVY GAUGE PRESSED STEEL BAND OR NO. 6 GAUGE ALUMINUM WIRE CLIPS FOR FABRICvi.NO. 9 GAUGE ALUMINUM TIE WIRES FOR TOP RAIL ATTACHMENT OF FABRIC vii. HOG RINGS SHALL BE 9 GA. ALUMINUM OR GALVANIZED STEEL. viii. EXTENSION ARMSb.FITTINGS USED IN THE COMPLETE FENCE ASSEMBLY SHALL BE OF MALLEABLE, CAST IRON ORPRESSED STEEL AND SHALL BE HOT-DIP GALVANIZED AFTER FABRICATION. CONFORMING TOASTM SPEC. F 626.CHAIN LINK FENCE INSTALLATION1)THE COMPLETE INSTALLATION SHALL BE INSTALLED BY SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED FENCEERECTORS, IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNER, IN ACCORDANCE WITH GOOD CONSTRUCTION PRACTICEAND IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL LOCAL APPLICABLE CODES.2)ALL POST SHALL BE SET IN CYLINDRICAL CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS WITH TOP OF FINISH CONCRETESURFACE THREE INCHES (3") ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. EXCAVATION SHALL BE 3'-6" DEEP AND NOTLESS THAN TEN INCHES (10") IN DIAMETER FOR ALL LINE POSTS, AND NOT LESS THAN 3.5 TIMES THEDIAMETER FOR TERMINAL AND GATE POST.3)EACH POST SHALL BE OF SUFFICIENT LENGTH TO ALLOW FOR INSTALLATION TO A DEPTH OF 3'-0"BELOW GROUND LEVEL.4)INSTALLATION OF FENCE ADDITION SHALL BE PLUMB AND TRUE TO LINE.5)LINE POSTS SHALL BE SPACED IN THE LINE OF FENCE, NO FURTHER.6)POST TOPS AND ALL END, CORNER, PULL AND GATE POSTS SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH CAPS.TUBULAR POST CAPS TO BE SO DESIGNED AS TO EXCLUDE MOISTURE FROM THE POST. ALL LINEPOST CAPS DESIGNED TO HOLD THE TOP RAIL AND THE EXTENSION ARM FOR THREE STRANDS OFBARBED WIRE.7)FENCE SHALL HAVE A CONTINUOUS TOP RAIL FOR ITS FULL LENGTH. THE TOP RAIL SHALL PASSTHROUGH OPENINGS PROVIDED FOR THAT PURPOSE IN THE POST TOPS AND EACH LENGTH SHALL BECOUPLED WITH A SLEEVE COUPLING, WITH EXPANSION COUPLING EVERY FIFTH JOINT.8)CORNER BRACES AND DIAGONAL BRACES SHALL BE PROPERLY PLACED TO PREVENT SAGGING.9)TRUSS BRACE: TRUSS ROD AND TURNBUCKLE ATTACHMENT SHALL BE INSTALLED BETWEEN EACHEND OR GATE POST AND THE ADJACENT LINE POST. TWO TRUSS BRACES SHALL BE FURNISHED ONCORNER OR PULL POSTS.10)BOTTOM TENSION WIRE: WIRE TO BE FASTENED TO CHAIN LINK FABRIC WITH NO. 11 GAUGE HOGRINGS ON 18 INCH CENTERS.11)THE FABRIC SHALL BE FASTENED TO THE LINE POST BY MEANS OF NO. 6 GAUGE ALUMINUM WIRECLIPS SPACED 12 INCHES ON CENTER. IT SHALL BE ATTACHED TO TOP RAIL WITH NO. 9 GAUGEALUMINUM TIE WIRES SPACED 24 INCHES ON CENTER. FABRIC SHALL BE ATTACHED TO TERMINALPOST BY MEANS OF A 1/4" X 3/4" TENSION BAR WITH HEAVY GAUGE PRESSED STEEL BAND OR CLIPSSPACED APPROXIMATELY 14 INCHES ON CENTER.12)CHAIN LINK FABRIC SHALL BE TAUT AND PROPERLY SECURED,13)EXTENSION ARM LINE POST SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH EXTENSION ARMS TO WITHSTAND A MINIMUMPULL-DOWN WEIGHT OF 450 LBS. FROM END OF ARM. ARMS TO BE DESIGNED TO EXTEND AT A 45DEGREE ANGLE WITH LOCKING DEVICE TO SECURELY FASTEN THREE STRANDS OF BARBED WIREEQUALLY SPACED WITH THE TOP STRAND LOCATED 12 INCHES (12”) ABOVE FABRIC AND 12 INCHES(12”) OUT FROM THE FENCE LINE.14)VEGETATION SHALL BE REMOVED AT LEAST 5' FROM THE FENCE CENTERLINE. FENCE SHOULD NOT BELOCATED WITHIN 5' OF OBJECTS, TREES, BUILDINGS, OR ANYTHING THAT COULD BE USED AS A STEPPOTENTIAL TO SCALE THE FENCE. NO OVERHANGING LIMBS GREATER THAN 1" DIAMETER SHOULD BEALLOWED WITHIN 10' OF THE FINISHED FENCE TOP.MODIFICATIONS1)THIS STANDARD SHALL BE REFERENCED IN UNISON WITH SITE SPECIFIC PLANS. SITE SPECIFIC PLANSMAY TAKE PRECEDENCE WITH BOTH (1) EPS APPROVAL AND (2) PROJECT MANAGEMENT ORENGINEERING APPROVAL.2)RAZOR WIRE CAN BE USED IN LIEU OF BARBED WIRE WHEN LOCAL ORDINANCE REQUIRES OR ATDIRECTOR OF SECURITY REQUEST.3)VINYL SLATS MAY BE INSTALLED WITHIN THE CHAIN LINK FENCE. ONLY BLACK OR DARK GREEN VINYLSLATS ARE PERMITTED.SCOPE & REFERENCES:1)AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS (ASTM) ARE PART OF THIS SPECIFICATION AND THERECOMMENDATIONS CONTAINED WITHIN ASTM ARE APPLICABLE EXCEPT THAT THE ASSOCIATEDPROJECT DRAWINGS ARE TO CONTROL.2)THIS SECTION DEFINES THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR SECURITY FENCE BARRIERS ANDPERIMETER FENCING. THE WORK INCLUDES BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO:a.FURNISHING, DELIVERING, UNLOADING, ERECTING AND CLEANUP OF THE FENCE MATERIAL PERPROJECT DRAWINGS AND THIS SPECIFICATION.b.FENCING SPECIFIED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR STANDARD DUTY USE AND DOES NOT INCLUDEHIGH SECURITY FENCING (ANTI-CLIMB, ANTI-CUT).3)DISCLAIMERS:a.INSTALLATION GUIDANCE PROVIDED HEREIN IS BASED ON MINIMAL CONSTRUCTION CODESTANDARDS. ALL FINAL ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY,SOIL CONDITIONS, WIND LOADS, POST SIZE, POST DEPTH, GROUNDING, ISOLATION FROMSUBSTATIONS AND ENERGIZED EQUIPMENT MUST BE FACTORED INTO CONSIDERATION ON APROJECT BY PROJECT BASIS BY THE RESPONSIBLE DUKE BUSINESS UNIT INSTALLING ORMODIFYING A FENCE COMPONENT. DUKE CORPORATE SECURITY REQUIREMENTS:1)IF USED FOR GATE SECURITY, CHAINS SHOULD BE SQUARE LINK TYPE WITH HRC OF 60 OR GREATER.2)PADLOCKS OF EQUAL OR GREATER HARDNESS SHOULD BE USED TO SECURE THE CHAINS. PADLOCKSSHOULD HAVE REMOVABLE CORES TO SUPPORT FUTURE KEY MANAGEMENT / PATENTED KEYPROGRAMS.3)CRITICAL VALVE ASSEMBLIES SHOULD BE SECURED WITH SQUARE LINK TYPE CHAIN AND PADLOCKS.HRC OF 60 OR HIGHER.4)IN ACCORDANCE WITH EPS STANDARDS, APPROVED DUKE ENERGY/PNG NO TRESPASS SIGNS SHOULDBE INSTALLED ON UNSECURED SIDES OF THE FENCE. APPROVED SIGN TEMPLATES ANDSPECIFICATIONS CAN BE PROVIDED BY EPS.UP TO 6' WIDEOVER 6' TO 13'2-1/2" SQ. OR2-7/8" O.D.4" O.D.SAME AS TERMINAL POST9.11 LB/FTNOM. WT.SIZEPOST 3'-6"8'-0"WIRE FABRIC 6"3'-0"TRUSS ROD1'-0"7'-0"TRUSS BRACE10'-0"MAX10'-0"MAX10'-0"MAXTOP RAILMAX10'-0"CORNEREXTENSION ARMEXTENSION ARMBARBED WIRESLEEVECOUPLINGLINE POSTTENSION WIREPOST SET IN CONC. PERSPECIFICATIONS.SEE CHAIN LINK FENCEINSTALLATION NOTES 2& 32" MAX.-GRADE TOBOTTOM OF FABRICNATURALGRADE℄ TO ℄ OF GATE POSTSSEE DRAWING PNG-G-000-000300 SHT. 3FOR DRIVE GATE DETAIL℄ TO ℄ OF GATE POSTSTOP OF CONCRETE 3" MAX.-GRADE TO SINGLEPERSONNEL GATENOTE: GATE AND POST WIDTHDETERMINED BY MANUFACTURERSPECIFICATIONS. REFER TOPNG-G-000-0003001TIE WIRE1'-2" O.C. MAXFABRICTIE WIRE2'-0" O.C. MAX.FABRICTOP RAILEXTENSION ARMFOR 3 STRANDSBARBED WIRE12 GAUGEBARBED WIRE TO BEPULLED TAUT& SECURELY FASTENEDWIRE TIES-CLOSE TO POSTSPACED @ 2'-0" MAX. BETWEENEACH SIDE OF POST (TYP. TOP & BOT)FABRICTHRU BOLTCOLUMN POSTCOILS ARE CLIPPED TO THE TENSION WIRE AND TOTHE TOP OF THE CHAIN LINK WITH HOG RINGS.RAZOR WIRE SHALL BE USED WHEN REQUIRED BYLOCAL ORDINANCE, SITE PLANS, OR AS A REQUESTFROM THE DIRECTOR OF SECURITY.INSERT SLATS VERTICALLY WITHTHE BEVELED/NOTCHED ENDDOWNWARD UNTIL SLAT ENGAGESAND INTERLOCKS WITH THEBOTTOM CHANNELINSERT THE BOTTOM CHANNELHORIZONTALLY INTO THE FIRSTDIAMOND AT THE BOTTOM OFTHE FENCE WITH OPEN SIDEFACING UPNOTE:3-STRAND EXTENSION ARM BARBEDWIRE IS THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTDETAINER HOOK BARBATOP FENCE FOR BARBEDWIRE INSERTIONC:\_Vault\CAD Standards\Library\AutoCAD Blocks\Title Block\Fence_details\PNG-G-000-0003000.dwg 6/14/2023 2:01 PMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMPDISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBERDESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATEDWG TYPESHEET(S)DWG SCALEDWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBERPROJECT NUMBERDRAWING NUMBERAPPROVING ENGINEERREVISIONAREA CODESUPERSEDEDSTATION IDCOPYRIGHT 2021CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGNSERVICE ID006/14/2023REVISED PER ECO-003239MKRFSDRN/AN/AN/ASTANDARDN/AN/AFENCE STANDARD - CHAINLINKFENCE DETAILDistrict/Resource Center City, State2 OF 3NTS03/27/2023PNG-G-000-0001031PNG-G-000-00030000DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE,ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM)*PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYSCALE: NTSELEVATION VIEWSCALE: NTSDETAIL-FENCE VINYL SLATSSCALE: NTSDETAIL-EXTENSION ARM RAZOR WIRESCALE: NTSDETAIL-WIRE TIES POSTSCALE: NTSDETAIL-WIRE TIES TOP OR BRACE RAILSCALE: NTSDETAIL-EXTENSION ARM BARBED WIRE STANDARD: 16'-0" WIDE DOUBLE DRIVE GATEOPTIONAL: 20'-0" WIDE DOUBLE DRIVE GATETOP OF CONCRETEPLUNGERROD CATCHNATURAL GRADEGATE POSTTOP8'-0" 1'-0"7'-0" WIRE FABRIC ℄ TO ℄ OF GATE POSTS3'-6" 6"3'-0" 3" MAX.-GRADE TOPOSTGATERECEIVERFENCE LINEFENCE POSTGATE MOUNTING POSTFENCE POSTFENCE LINEGATEMOUNTINGPOSTFENCEMOUNTINGPOST8'-0" 1'-0"7'-0" WIRE FABRIC 3'-6" 6"3'-0"20'-0" WIDE SLIDE GATE3/8" THICKPLATE3/8" BOLT2" X 2"TUBEDETAIL 2DETAIL 1C:\_Vault\CAD Standards\Library\AutoCAD Blocks\Title Block\Fence_details\PNG-G-000-0003000.dwg 6/14/2023 2:01 PMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMPDISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBERDESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATEDWG TYPESHEET(S)DWG SCALEDWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBERPROJECT NUMBERDRAWING NUMBERAPPROVING ENGINEERREVISIONAREA CODESUPERSEDEDSTATION IDCOPYRIGHT 2021CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGNSERVICE ID006/14/2023REVISED PER ECO-003239MKRFSDRN/AN/AN/ASTANDARDN/AN/AFENCE STANDARD - CHAINLINKDRIVE GATE DETAILDistrict/Resource Center City, State3 OF 3NTS03/27/2023PNG-G-000-0001031PNG-G-000-00030000DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE,ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM)*PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYDRIVE GATE INSTALLATION1)FOOTING WIDTH TO BE 4X POST WIDTH, SUCH THAT THE DIG HOLES HAVE A DIAMETER4-TIMES THE DIAMETER OF THE POST, AND 6" DEEPER THAN THE BOTTOM OF THE POST.2)VERIFY THAT FOOTING AND WIDTH ADHERE TO LOCAL CODES AND SITE CONDITIONS.3)SET POSTS IN CONCRETE AND CROWN CONCRETE AT THE TOP TO SHED WATER.4)DRIVE GATE FRAMES SHALL BE MADE OF 2" X 2" X 0.110" W.T. SQUARE STEEL TUBING OR 1.9INCH O.D. SCHEDULE 40, 2.72 LB. / FT. STANDARD WEIGHT PIPE, HOT-DIP GALVANIZED,a.DRIVE GATE FRAMES TO BE JOINED AT CORNERS TO FORM A RIGID PANELb.DRIVE GATE FRAMES SHALL BE FILLED WITH CHAIN LINK FABRIC OF SAME GAUGE ASUSED ON THE FENCE. FABRIC SHALL BE FASTENED IN THE FRAME ON ALL FOURSIDES BY MEANS OF TENSION BARS AND CLIPS.c.THREE STRANDS OF BARBED WIRE SHALL BE FASTENED TO THE EXTENDED FRAMESOF GATE.d.EACH FRAME TO BE EQUIPPED WITH 3/8" DIAMETER ADJUSTABLE TRUSS ROD,HINGES, POSITIVE TYPE LATCHING DEVICE WITH PROVISIONS FOR PADLOCKING.e.GATE FRAMES SHALL BE HOT DIP GALVANIZED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM A123WITH A COATING WEIGHT NOT LESS THAN 2 OZ PER SQUARE FOOT.5)GATES SHALL BE SECURED IN THE CLOSED POSITION BY UTILIZING TWO SHORT PIECES OF5/16 IN. GRADE 30HOT DIP GALVANIZED CHAIN AND TWO LOCKS FOR EXTERIOR ANDINTERIOR LOCKING PROVISIONS. CHAIN SHALL BE SECURED TO ONE GATE LEAF SO THATWHEN SECURED THE MAXIMUM GAP BETWEEN GATE LEAFS IS 2 IN. EXCESS CHAIN LINKSARE NOT TO BE INSTALLED.6)ATTACH ALL HARDWARE TO GATE IN SUCH A WAY THAT IT CANNOT BE REMOVED BYUNAUTHORIZED PERSONS.7)GATE HINGES MUST BE SECURED AND WELDED TO PREVENT DISMANTLING FROMUN-SECURE SIDE (DUKE CORPORATE SECURITY REQUIREMENT).8)GATE LATCH MECHANISMS MUST BE DESIGNED TO SHIELD PADLOCKS FOR CUTTING. (DUKECORPORATE SECURITY REQUIREMENT).9)ALL DRIVE GATES TO BE PROVIDED WITH CENTER PLUNGER ROD, CATCH ANDSEMI-AUTOMATIC OUTER CATCHES TO SECURE GATES IN OPEN POSITION.10)ALL DRIVE GATES THAT REQUIRE BADGE ID ENTRY CARD MUST NOT BE SWING GATES.SWING DRIVE GATE1)PROVIDE SWING GATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM F2611 AND ASTM F900 WITH FABRICAND BARBED WIRE TO MATCH ADJACENT FENCING. PROVIDE CONCRETE ENCASED SLEEVESTO RECEIVE GATE DROP BAR GUIDES. THE MAXIMUM GAP BELOW CHAIN LINK SWING GATESSHALL BE 3 INCHES. PROVIDE GATE LEAF HOLDBACK LATCHES -MERCHANT METALS P/N59100088, OR EQUIVALENT.SLIDE DRIVE GATES1)PROVIDE AUTOMATIC CANTILEVER SLIDE GATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM F2200 ANDUL325, AS MODIFIED BY THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:a.GATES SHALL BE CLASS III.b.GATES SHALL HAVE FABRIC AND SECURITY TOPPER MATCHING ADJACENT FENCING.c.THE MAXIMUM GAP BELOW AUTOMATIC SLIDE GATES SHALL BE 3 INCHES.d.GATES MAY NOT USE A LEADING-EDGE ROLLER.e.IN ADDITION TO THE GATE OPERATOR INTERNAL ENTRAPMENT SENSOR, PROVIDE ACONTACT SENSOR ON THE GATE LEADING EDGE, A PHOTO EYE IN THE OPENING, ANDPOST-INSTALLED OBSTRUCTION LOOPS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE GATE SIZED ANDSPACED TO DETECT THE LARGEST VEHICLE EXPECTED AT A GIVEN FACILITY ANDAMBER SAFETY BEACON LIGHT FOR VISUAL WHEN THE OPERATOR IS FUNCTIONING.2)THE DUKE ENERGY PROJECT MANAGER SHOULD REACH OUT TO THE FACILITIESMANAGEMENT GROUP OR SITE SERVICES TO IDENTIFY WHICH TYPE OF OPERATOR SHOULDBE SPECIFIED FOR EACH PROJECT (HYDRAULIC OR CHAIN DRIVE). THE FACILITIESMANAGEMENT GROUP OR SITE SERVICES WILL BE ABLE TO PROVIDE THE PROJECTMANAGER WITH THE MAKE AND MODEL OF THE PREFERRED PRODUCT FOR EACH REGION.RECOMMENDED HYDRAULIC TYPES: HYSECURITY.3)PROVIDE CANTILEVER SLIDE GATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM F1184. PROVIDE CLASS 1WITH EXTERNAL ROLLERS WITH GUARDS. PROVIDE FABRIC AND BARBED WIRE TO MATCHADJACENT FENCING. THE MAXIMUM GAP BELOW CHAIN LINK CANTILEVER SLIDE GATESSHALL BE 3 INCHES.4)SLIDE GATE HANDEDNESS DETERMINED BY PROJECT SPECIFIC SITE PLANSSCALE:DETAILNTSSCALE: NTSELEVATION-SWING GATEELEVATION-SLIDING GATESCALE:DETAILNTSSCALE: NTSPLAN VIEW- SLIDING GATESCALE: NTSSECTIONSCALE:NTS HYDRAULIC CLOSERPANIC BAR PLATEPANIC BARSTOP PLATELATCH BOLTHANDLE W/ MANUAL LOCK - SEE DETAILBRACE RAIL - 1" DIAMOND 16 GA2" SQ. INSIDE FRAMEEXPANDED METAL - 3/4 DIAMOND 16 GA3" PRESSED STEEL HINGES - SEE DETAILSEE MANUFACTURER'S DRAWING DETAILUNSECURE SIDESECURE SIDEGALVANIZEDJAMB FRAME4'-3 1/2"7'-0" HEIGHT OF OPENING 2'-0"7'-0"HEIGHT OF OPENING 4'-0"C:\_Vault\CAD Standards\Library\AutoCAD Blocks\Title Block\Fence_details\PNG-G-000-0003001.dwg 6/14/2023 2:01 PMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMPDISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBERDESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATEDWG TYPESHEET(S)DWG SCALEDWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBERPROJECT NUMBERDRAWING NUMBERAPPROVING ENGINEERREVISIONAREA CODESUPERSEDEDSTATION IDCOPYRIGHT 2021CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGNSERVICE ID006/14/2023REVISED PER ECO-003239MKRFSDRN/AN/AN/ASTANDARDN/AN/AFENCE STANDARD - CHAINLINKPERSONNEL DOOR DETAILDistrict/Resource Center City, State1 OF 1NTS03/27/2023PNG-G-000-0001031PNG-G-000-00030010DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE,ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM)*PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYPERSONNEL GATE INSTALLATION1)UTILIZE ANY OF THE APPROVED PERSONNEL GATE MODELS. APPROVED MODELS ARE:a.MERCHANT METALS: TUF GUARD MODELb.ASSA ABLOY-AMERISTAR EXODUS2)ALL PERSONNEL GATES ON A SINGLE SITE SHOULD BE THE SAME MODEL.3)REFER TO MANUFACTURER'S LITERATURE FOR DETAILED SPECIFICATION AND INSTALLATION DETAILS.CONSULT NGBU ENGINEERING IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.4)ATTACH ALL HARDWARE TO GATE IN SUCH A WAY THAT IT CANNOT BE REMOVED BY UNAUTHORIZEDPERSONS.5)PERSONNEL GATE SHALL OPEN OUTWARD IN SUCH A MANNER THAT ELIMINATES INTERFERENCE TOEGRESS TO A SAFE LOCATION.6)GATE HAND:a.GATE HAND IS DEFINED AS SUCH: RIGHT HANDED MEANS THE HINGES ARE ON THE RIGHT WHENVIEWING FROM THE UNSECURED SIDE. LEFT HANDED MEANS THE HINGES ARE ON THE LEFTWHEN VIEWING FROM THE UNSECURED SIDE.b.CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS: REFER TO THE INDIVIDUAL STATION SITE PLAN WHENCHOOSING THE GATE HAND. SITE PLAN WILL SHOW THE DESIGNATED HAND FOR EACHPERSONNEL GATE.c.DESIGNERS: WHEN DEVELOPING THE SITE PLAN, NGBU STANDARD IS TO CHOOSE THEPERSONNEL GATE HAND SUCH THAT THE GATE SWINGS TOWARD THE CENTER OF THE FENCEPANEL THAT THE GATE IS MOUNTED UPON. FOR EXAMPLE, WHEN VIEWING THE FENCE PANELFROM OUTSIDE THE STATION, GATES MOUNTED TO THE LEFT OF THE FENCE PANEL'S CENTERLINE WILL BE RH, AND GATES MOUNTED TO THE RIGHT OF THE FENCE PANEL'S CENTER LINEWILL BE LH. PROJECT TEAMS HAVE THE LATITUDE TO CHOOSE THE OPPOSITE HAND FOR ANYGATE DURING THE DESIGN PHASE.7)BARBED WIRE SHALL BE FIXED ABOVE PERSONNEL GATE SUPPORTING STRUCTURES.SCALE: NTSELEVATION-AMERISTAR GATESCALE: NTSELEVATION-TUF GUARD GATETUF GUARD PERSONNEL GATE SPECIFICATIONS:1)UTILIZE THE TUF GUARD CHAIN LINK WITH HANDLE GATE.a.FABRIC 2" MESH 9GA AND GAW.2)REFER TO MERCHANT METALS WEBSITE SPECIFYING TUF-GUARD FOR HARDWARESELECTION, INSTALLATION GUIDELINES, AND ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONSa.MERCHANT METALS SECTION 323119.30 WORD DOCUMENT3)REFER TO MERCHANT METALS WEBSITE FOR SUPPORTING DRAWINGSa.DRAWING NUMBER TGCLWHAMERISTAR PERSONNEL GATE SPECIFICATIONS:1)UTILIZE THE ASSA ABLOY-AMERISTAR EXODUS SINGLE SWING PEDESTRIAN GATE AS ADIRECT BURY MOUNT MODEL WITH 1” PICKET XSPAN 0.75” X #9 INFILL.2)STANDARD FEATURES:a.3" 12GA GALVANIZED JAMBb.1-3/4” 14GA GALVANIZED GATEc.HEAVY DUTY MCKNINEY HINGE (X3)3)HARDWARE SELECTION SHALL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:a.DOOR HEIGHT 7'-0"b.GATE HANDc.DETEX TRIM HANDLEd.DETEX V40 SERIES EXIT DEVICEe.NORTON 7500 PARALLEL ARM CLOSERf.HEIGHT OF PANIC BAR FROM BOTTOM OF FRAME 3'-6"4)REFER TO ASSA ABLOY-AMERISTAR PERIMETER SECURITY USA INC WEBSITE FORSPECIFICATION, DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION GUIDELINES. AS OF MAY 2023, THESE FILESWERE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD.a.DRAWING-EXODUS SINGLE SWINGb.GATE INSTALLATION-EXODUSc.SPECIFICATION-EXODUS FINISHED GRADE2/0 BARE STRANDED GROUNDLOOPTAC-2G2G CONNECTIONWITH #115 WELD METALVBC-2G W/ #115 WELD METALGTC-182G, #115 METAL CABLETO GROUND ROD CONNECTION2/0 AWG STRANDED CABLE TO THE TOP OFA 3/4" GROUND ROD. THE ROD END CAN BEEITHER PLAIN OR THREADED.CAN BE USED IN PLACE OF A TYPE GR(DEAD END) BY LETTING THE CONDUCTOREXTEND ENOUGH PAST THE ROD TO EXITTHE MOLD ON THAT SIDE.FOR CONDUCTORS 500 KCMIL OR LARGER,IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A TACONNECTION BE MADE TO THE 500 KCMILCONDUCTOR WITH A SHORT STUB OF 4/0AND WELD THE 4/0 TO THE GROUND ROD.TYPE GTG-182G#115 WELD METALSINGLE CONDUCTOR 2/0BARE STRAND CABLEBARBED OR RAZOR WIRECHAIN LINKFENCEFINISHED GRADEVBC-2G-V W/#115 WELD METALHTC-2G W/GROUNDCONNECTOR#115 WELDMETALSINGLE CONDUCTOR 2/0BARE STRAND CABLEHTC-2G GROUNDCONNECTOR#115 WELD METALBARBED OR RAZOR WIRECHAIN LINKFENCE3/4" X 10' COPPER WELD GROUND RODINSTALLED IN A DELTA PATTERNUSING (3) RODS IN A TRIANGULARSHAPE CONNECTED TOGETHER(1) REQUIRED AT EACH GATEMIN. 18"2/0 AWG BARECOPPER WIRE2/0 AWG BARE COPPER WIRE3/4" X 10'-0" LONGCOPPERWELD GROUND RODGROUND RODWIRE CLAMP (USEONE CLAMP FOREACH WIRE)12" DIA. CONCRETEPIPE WITH BELLEDEND 18" LONGINSTALL FLUSHWITH FINISHEDGRADECAST CONCRETECOVER WITHHANDLEGRADENOTE:HTC-2G W/GROUNDCONNECTOR#115 WELDMETALHTC-2G GROUNDCONNECTOR#115 WELD METALBOND #4 BDSC TOAT LEAST 12" OFFENCING MESHSPLIT BOLT COMPRESSION CONNECTORSBONDING BARBED OR RAZOR WIRESPLIT BOLT COMPRESSION CONNECTORSBONDING BARBED OR RAZOR WIREGATE JUMPERASSEMBLYFOR LEFT ORRIGHTHANDED GATENOTE:1) FENCE SHALL BE GROUNDED AT EACHCORNER AND ANYWHERE THERE IS GREATERTHAN 100'-0" FEET BETWEEN GROUNDING RODS2) TYPICAL FENCE GROUND WITH #115 WELDMETAL AND SCH. 40 TOP RAIL PIPE ISSTANDARD. GAR CLAMP IS AN APPROVEDSUBSTITUTE WHEN HANDLING THIN WALL PIPE.C:\_Vault\CAD Standards\Library\AutoCAD Blocks\Title Block\Fence_details\PNG-G-000-0003002.dwg 6/14/2023 2:01 PMPROFESSIONAL ENG/ARCH STAMPDISCIPLINE / RESOURCE CENTER / LINE NUMBERDESCRIPTIONNO.REVISION(S) DESCRIPTIONDATEDWG TYPESHEET(S)DWG SCALEDWG DATEACCOUNT NUMBERPROJECT NUMBERDRAWING NUMBERAPPROVING ENGINEERREVISIONAREA CODESUPERSEDEDSTATION IDCOPYRIGHT 2021CHECKER/REVIEWERDRAFTING/DESIGNSERVICE ID006/14/2023REVISED PER ECO-003239MKRFSDRN/AN/AN/ASTANDARDN/AN/AFENCE STANDARD - CHAINLINKGROUNDING DETAILDistrict/Resource Center City, State1 OF 1NTS03/27/2023PNG-G-000-0001031PNG-G-000-00030020DUKE ENERGY & PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS DRAWINGS ARE CONFIDENTIAL *DRAWING IS CURRENT ONLY THROUGH THE LATEST REVISED DATE *TO ENSURE THERE IS NO RISK OF INAPPROPRIATE DISCLOSURE,ALL PREVIOUS PAPER COPIES OF THIS DRAWING MUST BE DESTROYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT (RIM)*PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL *ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING *USE DIMENSIONS ONLYSCALE: NTSTYPE GT CONNECTIONSCALE: NTSTYPICAL GROUND ROD TEST WELLSCALE: NTSTYPICAL GATE GROUNDSCALE: NTSTYPICAL FENCE GROUNDNOTE: IF AC MITIGATION IS INCLUDED, PLEASE REFERENCE THEPROJECT SPECIFIC SITE PLANS AND THE AC MITIGATION FENCEGROUND DETAIL PROVIDED IN LIEU OF THIS DETAIL.NOTE: IF AC MITIGATION IS INCLUDED, PLEASE REFERENCE THEPROJECT SPECIFIC SITE PLANS AND THE AC MITIGATION FENCEGROUND DETAIL PROVIDED IN LIEU OF THIS DETAIL.NOTE: IF AC MITIGATION IS INCLUDED, PLEASE REFERENCE THEPROJECT SPECIFIC SITE PLANS AND THE AC MITIGATION FENCEGROUND DETAIL PROVIDED IN LIEU OF THIS DETAIL. Town of Lillington Right-of-Way Encroachment Agreement STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA STREET Main PROJECT COUNTY OF Harnett TOWN OF LILLINGTON -AND- RIGHT OF WAY ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT PUBLIC CITY STREETS Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC 5301 77 Center Dr, Charlotte, NC 28217 THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this day of 20 by and between the Town of Lillington, party of the first part; and Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC, a duly authorized telecommunication utility with principal offices located at 5301 77 Center Dr, Charlotte, NC 28217 party of the second part, W I T N E S S E T H THAT WHEREAS, the party of the second part desires to encroach on the right of way of the public road designated as Route(s) Main Street , located at existing pole on 816 Main Street in Lillington,NC with the construction and/or erection of: 250’±(total) of new 1ct armored fiber optic cable, as drop from existing pole to building If for any reason the Town of Lillington would need to disturb the encroachment area in the Town of Lillingtons’s Right of Way of (Street). for maintenance, repairs, installation, road widening, ext., it will retain the right to do so. Any replacement, relocation or repairs of the proposed/existing owner infrastructure will be the responsibility of the owner. WHEREAS, it is to the material advantage of the party of the second part to effect this encroachment, and the party of the first part in the exercise of authority conferred upon it by statute and ordinance, is willing to permit the encroachment within the limits of the right of way as indicated, subject to the conditions of this agreement; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS AGREED that the party of the first part hereby grants to the party of the second part the right and privilege to make this encroachment as shown on attached plan sheet(s), specifications and special provisions which are made a part hereof upon the following conditions, to wit: That the installation, operation, and maintenance of the above described facility will be accomplished in accordance with the party of the first part’s latest POLICIES, PROCEDURES, PRACTICES, and ORDINANCES, and such revisions and amendments thereto as may be in effect at the date of this agreement. Information as to these policies and procedures may be obtained from the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part. That the said party of the second part binds and obligates himself to install and maintain the encroaching facility in such safe and proper condition that it will not interfere with or endanger travel upon said street, nor obstruct nor interfere with the proper maintenance thereof, to reimburse the party of the first part for the cost incurred for any repairs or maintenance to its roadways and structures necessary due to the installation and existence of the facilities of the party of the second part, and if at any time the party of the first part shall require the removal of or changes in the location of the said facilities, that the said party of the second part binds himself, his successors and assigns, to promptly remove or alter the said facilities, in order to conform to the said requirement, without any cost to the party of the first part. That the party of the second part agrees to provide during construction and any subsequent maintenance proper signs, signal lights, flagmen and other warning devices for the protection of traffic in conformance with the latest Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways and Amendments or Supplements thereto. Information as to the above rules and regulations may be obtained from the Director of Engineering Services of the party of the first part. That the party of the second part hereby agrees to indemnify and save harmless the party of the first part from all damages and claims for damage that may arise by reason of the installation and maintenance of this encroachment. That the party of the second part agrees to restore all areas disturbed during installation and maintenance to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part. The party of the second part agrees to exercise every reasonable precaution during construction and maintenance to prevent eroding of soil; silting or pollution of rivers, streams, lakes, reservoirs, other water impoundments, ground surfaces or other property; or pollution of the air. There shall be compliance with applicable rules and regulations of the North Carolina Division of Environmental Management, North Carolina Sedimentation Control Commission, and with ordinances and regulations of the Town of Lillington and other official agencies relating to pollution prevention and control. When any installation or maintenance operation disturbs the ground surface and existing ground cover, the party of the second part agrees to remove and replace the sod or otherwise reestablish the grass cover to meet the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part. That the party of the second part agrees to assume the actual cost of any inspection of the work considered to be necessary by the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part. That the party of the second part agrees to have available at the construction site, at all times during construction, a copy of this agreement showing evidence of approval by the party of the first part. The party of the first part reserves the right to stop all work unless evidence of approval can be shown. Provided the work contained in this agreement is being performed on a completed highway open to traffic; the party of the second part agrees to give written notice to the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part when all work contained herein has been completed. Unless specifically requested by the party of the first part, written notice of completion of work on highway projects under construction will not be required. That in the case of noncompliance with the terms of this agreement by the party of the second part, the party of the first part reserves the right to stop all work until the facility has been brought into compliance or removed from the right of way at no cost to the party of the first part. That it is agreed by both parties that this agreement shall become void if actual construction of the work contemplated herein is not begun within one (1) year from the date of authorization by the party of the first part unless written waiver is secured by the party of the second part from the party of the first part. Town of Lillington Right-of-Way Encroachment Agreement COA ROW Encroachment Agreement: Party of the Second Part certifies that this agreement is true and accurate copy of the form incorporating all revisions to date. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties to this agreement has caused the same to be executed the day and year first above written. CONTERRA ULTRA BROADBAND, LLC TOWN OF LILLINGTON __________________________________________ BY: TOWN MANAGER ATTEST OR WITNESS: INSTRUCTIONS When the applicant is a corporation or another government entity, this agreement must have the corporate seal and be attested by the corporation secretary or by the empowered official, unless a waiver of corporate seal and attestation by the Chief Administrative Officer or by the empowered official is on file in the Lillington office of the Director of Public Works. In the space provided in this agreement for execution, the name of the corporation or government entity shall be typed above the name, and title of all persons signing the agreement should be typed directly below their signature. When the applicant is not a corporation, then his signature must be witnessed by one person. The address should be included in this agreement and the names of all persons signing the agreement should be typed directly below their signature. This agreement must be accompanied, in the form of an attachment, by plans or drawings showing the following applicable information: 1. All roadways and ramps. 2. Right of way lines and where applicable, the control of access lines. 3. Location of the existing and/or proposed encroachment. 4. Length, size and type of encroachment. 5. Method of installation. 6. Dimensions showing the distance from the encroachment to edge of pavement, shoulders, etc. 7. Location by highway survey station number. If station number cannot be obtained, location should be shown by distance from some identifiable point, such as a bridge, road, intersection, etc. (To assist in preparation of the encroachment plan, the City’s roadway plans may be seen at the office of Engineering Services). 8. Drainage structures or bridges if affected by encroachment (show vertical and horizontal dimensions from encroachment to nearest part of structure). 9. Method of attachment to drainage structures or bridges. 10. Manhole design. 11. On underground utilities, the depth of bury under all traveled lanes, shoulders, ditches, sidewalks, etc. 12. Length, size and type of encasement where required. 13. On underground crossings, notation as to method of crossing - boring and jacking, open cut, etc. 14. Location of vents. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 1. Any attachment to a bridge or other drainage structure must be approved separately prior to submission of encroachment agreement to the Director of Public Works. 2. All crossings should be as near as possible normal to the centerline of the highway. 3. Minimum vertical clearances of overhead wires and cables above all roadways must conform to clearances set out in the National Electric Safety Code. 4. Encasements shall extend from ditch line to ditch line in cut sections and 5’ beyond toe of slopes in fill sections. 5. All vents should be extended to the right of way line or as otherwise required by the City. 6. All pipe encasements as to material and strength shall meet the standards and specifications of the City. 7. Any special provisions or specifications as to the performance of the work or the method of construction that may be required by the Department must be shown on a separate sheet attached to encroachment agreement provided that such information cannot be shown on plans or drawings. 8. The Director of Public Works should be given notice by the applicant prior to actual starting of installation included in this agreement. 9. The Director of Public Works should be given notice by the applicant prior to actual starting of installation included in this agreement. 10. If for any reason the Town of Lillington would need to disturb the encroachment area in the Town of Lillington’s Right of Way and/or Street for maintenance, repairs, installations, road widening, downtown improvements, ext., it will retain the right to do so. Any replacement, relocation or repairs of the proposed/existing infrastructure will be the responsibility of the owner(Second Party) at their expense. Relocation of facilities must take place within 60 days following Town relocation plan approval. The facility owner(Second Party) will be required to relocate this overhead facility underground prior to downtown construction beginning within 60 days following Town relocation plan approval. Town of Lillington Right-of-Way Encroachment Agreement STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA STREET S 8th St PROJECT COUNTY OF Harnett TOWN OF LILLINGTON -AND- RIGHT OF WAY ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT PUBLIC CITY STREETS Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC 5301 77 Center Dr, Charlotte, NC 28217 THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this day of 20 by and between the Town of Lillington, party of the first part; and Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC, a duly authorized telecommunication utility with principal offices located at 5301 77 Center Dr, Charlotte, NC 28217 party of the second part, W I T N E S S E T H THAT WHEREAS, the party of the second part desires to encroach on the right of way of the public road designated as Route(s) S 8th St , located beginning at existing pole on 31 West Front St in in Lillington,NC with the construction and/or erection of: 215’±(total) of new 12ct armored fiber optic cable, as drop from 3rd pole to customer building If for any reason the Town of Lillington would need to disturb the encroachment area in the Town of Lillingtons’s Right of Way of (Street). for maintenance, repairs, installation, road widening, ext., it will retain the right to do so. Any replacement, relocation or repairs of the proposed/existing owner infrastructure will be the responsibility of the owner. WHEREAS, it is to the material advantage of the party of the second part to effect this encroachment, and the party of the first part in the exercise of authority conferred upon it by statute and ordinance, is willing to permit the encroachment within the limits of the right of way as indicated, subject to the conditions of this agreement; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS AGREED that the party of the first part hereby grants to the party of the second part the right and privilege to make this encroachment as shown on attached plan sheet(s), specifications and special provisions which are made a part hereof upon the following conditions, to wit: That the installation, operation, and maintenance of the above described facility will be accomplished in accordance with the party of the first part’s latest POLICIES, PROCEDURES, PRACTICES, and ORDINANCES, and such revisions and amendments thereto as may be in effect at the date of this agreement. Information as to these policies and procedures may be obtained from the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part. That the said party of the second part binds and obligates himself to install and maintain the encroaching facility in such safe and proper condition that it will not interfere with or endanger travel upon said street, nor obstruct nor interfere with the proper maintenance thereof, to reimburse the party of the first part for the cost incurred for any repairs or maintenance to its roadways and structures necessary due to the installation and existence of the facilities of the party of the second part, and if at any time the party of the first part shall require the removal of or changes in the location of the said facilities, that the said party of the second part binds himself, his successors and assigns, to promptly remove or alter the said facilities, in order to conform to the said requirement, without any cost to the party of the first part. That the party of the second part agrees to provide during construction and any subsequent maintenance proper signs, signal lights, flagmen and other warning devices for the protection of traffic in conformance with the latest Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways and Amendments or Supplements thereto. Information as to the above rules and regulations may be obtained from the Director of Engineering Services of the party of the first part. That the party of the second part hereby agrees to indemnify and save harmless the party of the first part from all damages and claims for damage that may arise by reason of the installation and maintenance of this encroachment. That the party of the second part agrees to restore all areas disturbed during installation and maintenance to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part. The party of the second part agrees to exercise every reasonable precaution during construction and maintenance to prevent eroding of soil; silting or pollution of rivers, streams, lakes, reservoirs, other water impoundments, ground surfaces or other property; or pollution of the air. There shall be compliance with applicable rules and regulations of the North Carolina Division of Environmental Management, North Carolina Sedimentation Control Commission, and with ordinances and regulations of the Town of Lillington and other official agencies relating to pollution prevention and control. When any installation or maintenance operation disturbs the ground surface and existing ground cover, the party of the second part agrees to remove and replace the sod or otherwise reestablish the grass cover to meet the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part. That the party of the second part agrees to assume the actual cost of any inspection of the work considered to be necessary by the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part. That the party of the second part agrees to have available at the construction site, at all times during construction, a copy of this agreement showing evidence of approval by the party of the first part. The party of the first part reserves the right to stop all work unless evidence of approval can be shown. Provided the work contained in this agreement is being performed on a completed highway open to traffic; the party of the second part agrees to give written notice to the Director of Public Works of the party of the first part when all work contained herein has been completed. Unless specifically requested by the party of the first part, written notice of completion of work on highway projects under construction will not be required. That in the case of noncompliance with the terms of this agreement by the party of the second part, the party of the first part reserves the right to stop all work until the facility has been brought into compliance or removed from the right of way at no cost to the party of the first part. That it is agreed by both parties that this agreement shall become void if actual construction of the work contemplated herein is not begun within one (1) year from the date of authorization by the party of the first part unless written waiver is secured by the party of the second part from the party of the first part. Town of Lillington Right-of-Way Encroachment Agreement COA ROW Encroachment Agreement: Party of the Second Part certifies that this agreement is true and accurate copy of the form incorporating all revisions to date. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties to this agreement has caused the same to be executed the day and year first above written. CONTERRA ULTRA BROADBAND, LLC TOWN OF LILLINGTON __________________________________________ BY: TOWN MANAGER ATTEST OR WITNESS: INSTRUCTIONS When the applicant is a corporation or another government entity, this agreement must have the corporate seal and be attested by the corporation secretary or by the empowered official, unless a waiver of corporate seal and attestation by the Chief Administrative Officer or by the empowered official is on file in the Lillington office of the Director of Public Works. In the space provided in this agreement for execution, the name of the corporation or government entity shall be typed above the name, and title of all persons signing the agreement should be typed directly below their signature. When the applicant is not a corporation, then his signature must be witnessed by one person. The address should be included in this agreement and the names of all persons signing the agreement should be typed directly below their signature. This agreement must be accompanied, in the form of an attachment, by plans or drawings showing the following applicable information: 1. All roadways and ramps. 2. Right of way lines and where applicable, the control of access lines. 3. Location of the existing and/or proposed encroachment. 4. Length, size and type of encroachment. 5. Method of installation. 6. Dimensions showing the distance from the encroachment to edge of pavement, shoulders, etc. 7. Location by highway survey station number. If station number cannot be obtained, location should be shown by distance from some identifiable point, such as a bridge, road, intersection, etc. (To assist in preparation of the encroachment plan, the City’s roadway plans may be seen at the office of Engineering Services). 8. Drainage structures or bridges if affected by encroachment (show vertical and horizontal dimensions from encroachment to nearest part of structure). 9. Method of attachment to drainage structures or bridges. 10. Manhole design. 11. On underground utilities, the depth of bury under all traveled lanes, shoulders, ditches, sidewalks, etc. 12. Length, size and type of encasement where required. 13. On underground crossings, notation as to method of crossing - boring and jacking, open cut, etc. 14. Location of vents. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 1. Any attachment to a bridge or other drainage structure must be approved separately prior to submission of encroachment agreement to the Director of Public Works. 2. All crossings should be as near as possible normal to the centerline of the highway. 3. Minimum vertical clearances of overhead wires and cables above all roadways must conform to clearances set out in the National Electric Safety Code. 4. Encasements shall extend from ditch line to ditch line in cut sections and 5’ beyond toe of slopes in fill sections. 5. All vents should be extended to the right of way line or as otherwise required by the City. 6. All pipe encasements as to material and strength shall meet the standards and specifications of the City. 7. Any special provisions or specifications as to the performance of the work or the method of construction that may be required by the Department must be shown on a separate sheet attached to encroachment agreement provided that such information cannot be shown on plans or drawings. 8. The Director of Public Works should be given notice by the applicant prior to actual starting of installation included in this agreement. 9. The Director of Public Works should be given notice by the applicant prior to actual starting of installation included in this agreement. 10. If for any reason the Town of Lillington would need to disturb the encroachment area in the Town of Lillington’s Right of Way and/or Street for maintenance, repairs, installations, road widening, downtown improvements, ext., it will retain the right to do so. Any replacement, relocation or repairs of the proposed/existing infrastructure will be the responsibility of the owner(Second Party) at their expense. Relocation of facilities must take place within 60 days following Town relocation plan approval. The facility owner(Second Party) will be required to relocate this overhead facility underground prior to downtown construction beginning within 60 days following Town relocation plan approval. LILLINGTON TOWN ATTORNEY CONTRACT The Town of Lillington (“Lillington”), by and through its representatives, and Robert A. “Tony” Buzzard (“Buzzard”) agree to contract for the position of Lillington Town Attorney on the terms outlined herein. Buzzard agrees to provide legal representation at the times and in manners as such should be requested by Lillington and as long as such can be provided reasonably and effectively. These duties shall include, but not be limited to, the following: 1. To be present at all regular Town Board Meetings. In the event of unavailability, Buzzard shall make this known to the Town Manager or Mayor and shall make arrangements to provide substitute counsel for the meeting if requested to do same. 2. To meet with the Town Board or its representatives as requested for consultation. 3. To meet with the Town Manager and/or Mayor as requested for consultation. 4. To attend hearings, trials, or other legal proceedings upon request. 5. To advise as to any legal matters that Lillington should request. 6. To provide to Lillington invoices for work done consistent with the terms outlined below. In consideration of the foregoing, Lillington shall provide compensation to Buzzard as follows: 1. A flat retainer of Six Thousand Dollars ($6,000.00) per month beginning July 1, 2024. This retainer shall cover all Buzzard’s duties, hourly billing and appearance for requested attendance at any Town meetings unless and except where hours spent exceed 30 in a given calendar month. In such case, hourly billing for the time in excess of 30 hours shall be at the rate of $300.00 per hour. 2. It is understood that billing will be paid monthly by Town and that invoices will only be submitted if and when any time exceeds 30 hours per month as outlined above or for reimbursement for any advanced expenses. It is understood that costs and expenses for additional areas of expertise may be required and shall be billed separately (for example surveying, real estate work, expert witness testimony, exhibit preparation, etc.). If incurred, these costs may be advanced by Buzzard and reimbursed when billed to Town or invoiced to Town for direct payment. It is mutually agreed and understood by both parties that this contract is entered into voluntarily and that either party shall have the right to terminate this contract with or without cause and with or without notice. It is, however, understood that in good faith and an effort to maintain smooth and continued operation and/or transition for Lillington and/or Buzzard, either party should normally give as much notice as reasonably possible under the circumstances to the other party. This the day of , 2024. Glenn McFadden, Mayor Robert A. “Tony” Buzzard I hereby attest that the foregoing Contract was approved by the Lillington Town Board of Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting held on _______________________________. ____________________________________ Town Clerk CONTRACT TO AUDIT ACCOUNTS LGC-205 Rev. /2 The of and and for Primary Government Unit, together with DPCU (if applicable), hereinafter referred to as Governmental Unit(s) Auditor Name Auditor Address Hereinafter referred to as Auditor hereby agree as follows: Must be within four months of FYE The Auditor shall audit all statements and disclosures required by U.S. generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS) and additional required legal statements and disclosures of all funds and/or divisions of the Governmental Unit(s). The non-major combining, and individual fund statements and schedules shall be subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the basic financial statements and an opinion shall be rendered in relation to (as applicable) the governmental activities, the business- type activities, theaggregate DPCUs, each major governmental and enterprise fund, and the aggregate remaining fundinformation (non- major government and enterprise funds, the internal service fund type, and the fiduciary fundtypes).7KHEDVLF ILQDQFLDOVWDWHPHQWVVKDOOLQFOXGHEXGJHWDU\FRPSDULVRQLQIRUPDWLRQLQDEXGJHWDU\FRPSDULVRQVWDWHPHQW UDWKHUWKDQDV56,IRUWKH*HQHUDO)XQGDQGDQ\DQQXDOO\EXGJHWHG6SHFLDO5HYHQXHIXQGV At a minimum, the Auditor shall conduct WKHaudit and renderWKHreport in accordance withGAAS.The Auditor shall perform the audit in accordance with Government Auditing Standards *$*$6 if WKH *RYHUQPHQWDO8QLWH[SHQGHGRUPRUHLQFRPELQHG)HGHUDODQG6WDWHILQDQFLDODVVLVWDQFHGXULQJWKH UHSRUWLQJSHULRG.7KHDXGLWRUVKDOOSHUIRUPD6LQJOH$XGLWLIUHTXLUHGE\7LWOH86&RGHRI)HGHUDO5HJXODWLRQV 3DUWUniformAdministration Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards 6XESDUW) (UniformGuidance)RUthe State Single Audit Implementation Act This audit and allassociated audit documentation maybe subjectto review by Federal and State agencies in accordance withFederal and State laws, including thestaffs of theOffice of State Auditor (OSA) and the Local GovernmentCommission (LGC). If the audit requires afederalsingle audit LQDFFRUGDQFHZLWK the Uniform Guidance (§200.501), it is recommended that the AuditorandGovernmental Unit(s)jointly agree, in advance of the execution of this contract, which party is responsibleforsubmission of the auditand the accompanying data collection form to the Federal Audit Clearinghouse asrequired under the UniformGuidance (§200.512). (IIHFWLYHIRUDXGLWVRIILVFDO\HDUVEHJLQQLQJRQRUDIWHU-XQHWKH/*&ZLOODOORZDXGLWRUVWRFRQVLGHU ZKHWKHUDXQLWTXDOLILHVDVD6WDWHORZULVNDXGLWHHEDVHGXSRQIHGHUDOFULWHULDLQWKH8QLIRUP*XLGDQFH † D DQG E WKURXJK H DVLWDSSOLHVWR6WDWHDZDUGV,QDGGLWLRQWRWKHIHGHUDOFULWHULDLQWKH8QLIRUP *XLGDQFHDXGLWVPXVWKDYHEHHQVXEPLWWHGWLPHO\WRWKH/*&,ILQWKHUHSRUWLQJ\HDURULQHLWKHURIWKHWZR SUHYLRXV\HDUVWKHXQLWUHSRUWHGD)LQDQFLDO3HUIRUPDQFH,QGLFDWRURI&RQFHUQWKDWWKHDXGLWZDVODWHWKHQ Page 1 Governing Board Primary Government Unit Discretely Presented Component Unit (DPCU) (if applicable) Fiscal Year Ending 'DWH$XGLW:LOO%H6XEPLWWHGWR/*& Town of Lillington NA Thompson, Price, Scott, Adams & Co., P.A 4024 Oleander Dr., Suite 103, Wilmington, NC 28403 06/30/24 10/31/24 CONTRACT TO AUDIT ACCOUNTS LGC-205 Rev. /20 If an entity is determined to be a component of another government as defined by the group audit standards, the entity’s auditor shall make a good faith effort to comply in a timely manner with the requests of the group auditor in accordance with AU-6 §600.41 - §600.42. This contract contemplates an unmodified opinion being rendered. If during the process of conducting the audit, the Auditor determines that it will not be possible to render an unmodified opinion on the financial statements of the unit, the Auditor shall contact the LGC 6taff to discuss the circumstances leading to that conclusion as soon as is practical and before the final report is issued. The audit shall include such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as are considered by the Auditor to be necessary inthe circumstances. Any limitations or restrictions in scope which would lead to a qualification should be fully explained in an attachment to this contract. If this audit engagement is subject to the standards for audit as defined in Government Auditing Standards, 201 revision, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States, then by accepting this engagement, the Auditor warrants that he/she has met the requirements for a peer review and continuing education as specified in Government Auditing Standards. The Auditor agrees to provide a copy of the most recent peer review report to the Governmental Unit(s) and the Secretary of the LGC prior to the execution of an audit contract. Subsequent submissions of the report are required only upon report expiration or upon auditor’s receipt of an updated peer review report. If the audit firm received a peer review rating other than pass, the Auditor shall not contract with the Governmental Unit(s) without first contacting the Secretary of the LGC for a peer review analysis that may result in additional contractual requirements. If the audit engagement is not subject to Government AXGLWLQJ Standards or if financial statements are not prepared in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and fail to include all disclosures required by GAAP, the Auditor shall provide an explanation as to why in an attachment to this contract or in an amendment. It is agreed that time is of the essence in this contract. All audits are to be performed and the report of audit submitted to LGC 6Waff within four months of fiscal year end. 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This does not include fees for any pre-issuance reviews that may be required by the NC Association of CPAs (NCACPA) Peer Review Committee or NCState Board of CPA Examiners (see Item 13). If the Governmental Unit(s) has/have outstanding revenue bonds, the Auditor shall submit to LGC 6taff, either in the notes to the audited financial statements or as a separate report, a calculation demonstrating compliance with the revenue bond rate covenant. Additionally, the Auditor shall submit to LGC 6taff simultaneously with the Governmental Unit’s (Units’) audited financial statements any other bond compliance statements or additional reports required by the authorizing bond documents, unless otherwise specified in the bond documents. After completing the audit, the Auditor shall submit to the Governing Board a written report of audit.This report shall include, but not be limited to, the following information: (a) Management’s Discussion andAnalysis, (b) the financial statements and notes of the Governmental Unit(s) and all of its component unitsprepared in accordance with GAAP, (c) supplementary information requested by the Governmental Unit(s) orrequired for full disclosure under the law, and (d) the Auditor’s opinion on the material presented. The Auditorshall furnish the required number of copies of the report of audit to the Governing Board upon completion. If the audit firm is required by the NC State Board, the NCACPA Peer Review Committee, or the Secretary of the LGC to have a pre-issuance review of its audit work, there shall be a statement in the engagement letter indicating the pre-issuance review requirement. There also shall be a statement that the Governmental Unit(s) shall not be billed for the pre-issuance review. The pre-issuance review shall beperformed prior to the completed audit being submitted to LGC Staff. The pre-issuance review report shallaccompany the audit report upon submission to LGC Staff 3DJH CONTRACT TO AUDIT ACCOUNTS LGC-205 Rev. /20 requesting the return of records. 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This amended contract shall becompleted in full, including a written explanation ofthe change, signed and dated by all original parties to thecontract. It shall then be submitted to the Secretary ofthe LGC for approval. No change to the audit contractshall be effective unless approved by the Secretary of theLGC. A copy of the engagement letter, issued by the Auditor and signed by both the Auditor and the Governmental Unit(s), shall be attached to this contract, and except for fees, work, and terms not related to audit services, shall be incorporated by reference as if fully set forth herein as part of this contract. In case of conflict between the terms of the engagement letter and the terms of this contract, the terms of this contract shall take precedence. Engagement letter terms that conflict with the contract are deemed to be void unless the conflicting terms of this contract are specifically deleted in Item  of this contract. Engagement letters containing indemnification clauses shall not be accepted by LGC Staff. Special provisions should be limited. Please list any special provisions in an attachment. A separate contract should not be made for each division to be audited or report to be submitted. If a DPCU is subject to the audit requirements detailed in the Local Government Budget and Fiscal Control Act and a separate audit report is issued, a separate audit contract is required. If a separate report is not to be issued and the DPCU is included in the primary government audit, the DPCU shall be named along with the pULPDU\ government on this audit contract. DPCU Board approval date, signatures from the DPCU Board chairman and finance officer also shall be included on this contract. The contract shall be executed, pre-audited (pre-audit requirement does not apply to hospitals), and physically signed by all parties including Governmental Unit(s) and the Auditor, thensubmitted inPDF format to the Secretary of the LGC. The contract is not valid until it is approved by the Secretary of the LGC. The staff of the LGC shall notify the Governmental Unit and Auditor of contract approval by email. The audit should not be started before the contract is approved. Retention of Client Records: Auditors are subject to the NC State Board of CPA Examiners’ Retention of Client Records Rule 21 NCAC 08N .0305 as it relates to the provision of audit and other attest services, as well as non-attest services. Clients and former clients should be familiar with the requirements of this rule prior to CONTRACT TO AUDIT ACCOUNTS LGC-205 Rev. /20 All non-attest service(s) being performed by the Auditor that are necessary to perform the audit must be identified and included in this contract. The Governmental Unit shall designate an individual with the suitable skills, knowledge, and/or experience (SKE) necessary to oversee the services and accept responsibility for the results of the services performed. If the Auditor is able to identify an individual with the appropriate SKE, s/he must document and include in the audit workpapers how he/she reached that conclusion. If the Auditor determines that an individual with the appropriate SKE cannot be identified, the Auditor cannot perform both the non-attest service(s) and the audit. See "Fees for Audit Services" page of this contract to disclose the person identified as having the appropriate SKE for the Governmental Unit. 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Auditor shall comply with the requirements of NCGS Chapter 64 Article 2. Further, if Auditor utilizes any subcontractor(s), Auditor shall require such subcontractor(s) to comply with the requirements of NCGS Chapter 64, Article 2. $SSOLFDEOHWRDXGLWVZLWKILVFDO\HDUHQGVRI-XQHDQGODWHU)or all non-attest services, the Auditor shall adhere to the independence rules of the AICPAProfessional Code of Conduct and *RYHUQPHQW$XGLWLQJ6WDQGDUGV5HYLVLRQ (as applicable).Financial statement preparationassistance shall be deemed a “significant threat” requiring the Auditor toapply safeguards sufficient toreduce the threat to an acceptable level. If the Auditor cannot reduce thethreats to an acceptable level, theAuditor cannot complete the audit. If the Auditor is able to reduce thethreats to an acceptable level, thedocumentation of this determination, including the safeguards applied,must be included in the auditworkpapers. CONTRACT TO AUDIT ACCOUNTS LGC-205 Rev. /20 $OORIWKHDERYHSDUDJUDSKVDUHXQGHUVWRRGDQGVKDOODSSO\WRWKLVFRQWUDFWH[FHSWWKHIROORZLQJ QXPEHUHGSDUDJUDSKVVKDOOEHGHOHWHG 6HH,WHPIRUFODULILFDWLRQ  The process for submitting contracts, audit reports and invoices is subject to change. Auditors and units should use the submission process and instructions in effect at the time of submission. Refer to the N.C. Department of State Treasurer website at KWWSVZZZQFWUHDVXUHUFRPVWDWHDQGORFDO JRYHUQPHQWILQDQFHGLYLVLRQORFDOJRYHUQPHQWFRPPLVVLRQVXEPLWWLQJ\RXUDXGLW  $OOFRPPXQLFDWLRQVUHJDUGLQJDXGLWFRQWUDFWUHTXHVWVIRUPRGLILFDWLRQRURIILFLDODSSURYDOVZLOOEHVHQW WRWKHHPDLODGGUHVVHVSURYLGHGRQWKHVLJQDWXUHSDJHVWKDWIROORZ  0RGLILFDWLRQVWRWKHODQJXDJHDQGWHUPVFRQWDLQHGLQWKLVFRQWUDFWIRUP /*& DUHQRWDOORZHG Page  CONTRACT TO AUDIT ACCOUNTS LGC-205 Rev. /20 FEES FOR AUDIT SERVICES 1. For all non-attest services, the Auditor shall adhere to the independence rules of the AICPA Professional Code of Conduct (as applicable) and Government Auditing Standards,2018 Revision. Refer to Item 2 of this contract for specific requirements. The following information must be provided by the Auditor; contracts presented to the LGC without Whis information will be not be approved. Financial statements were prepared by: Auditor Governmental Unit Third Party If applicable: Individual at Governmental Unit designated to have the suitable skills, knowledge, and/or experience (SKE) necessary to oversee the non-attest services and accept responsibility for the results of these services: Name: TitleDQG8QLW&RPSDQ\: Email Address: Fees may not be included in this contract for work performed on Annual Financial Information Reports (AFIRs), Form 990s, or other services not associated with audit fees and costs. Such fees may be includedinthe engagement letter but may not be included in this contract or in any invoices requiring approval of theLGC.See Items 8DQG for details on other allowable and excluded fees.  7KHDXGLWIHHLQIRUPDWLRQLQFOXGHGLQWKHWDEOHEHORZIRUERWKWKH3ULPDU\*RYHUQPHQW)HHVDQGWKH'3&8 )HHV LIDSSOLFDEOH VKRXOGEHUHSRUWHGDVDVSHFLILFGROODUDPRXQWRIDXGLWIHHVIRUWKH\HDUXQGHUWKLVFRQWUDFW,I DQ\ODQJXDJHRWKHUWKDQDQDPRXQWLVLQFOXGHGKHUHWKHFRQWUDFWZLOOEHUHWXUQHGWRWKHDXGLWIRUPIRUFRUUHFWLRQ Prior to WKHsubmission of the completed audited financial reportDQG applicable compliance reportsVXEMHFWWR WKLVFRQWUDFW RUWRDQ DPHQGPHQWWRWKLVFRQWUDFW(if required) the Auditor may submit LQWHULPinvoices for approval for services renderedXQGHUWKLVFRQWUDFWWRWKH6HFUHWDU\RIWKH/*&, not to exceed 75%of the billings IRUWKHXQLW VODVWDQQXDODXGLWWKDWZDVVXEPLWWHGWRWKH6HFUHWDU\RIWKH/*& All invoices for services rendered in an auditengagement asdefined in20NCAC.0503shall besubmitted to the Commission for approval before anypayment is made.Paymentbeforeapproval is aviolationof law. 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Page  SIGNATURE PAGE AUDIT FIRM Audit Firm Authorized Firm Representative (typed or printed) Signature Date Email Address GOVERNMENTAL UNIT Governmental Unit Date Governing Board Approved Audit Contract (QWHUGDWHLQER[WRULJKW Mayor/Chairperson (typed or printed) Signature Date Email Address Chair of Audit Committee (typed or printed, or “NA”) Signature Date Email Address GOVERNMENTAL UNIT – PRE-AUDIT CERTIFICAT( Required by G.S. 159-28(a1) or G.S. 115C-441(a1)1RWDSSOLFDEOHWRKRVSLWDOFRQWUDFWV This instrument has been pre-audited in the manner required by The Local Government Budget and Fiscal Control Act or by the School Budget and Fiscal Control Act. Primary Governmental Unit Finance Officer (typed or printed)Signature Date of Pre-Audit Certificate Email Address 6XP2EOLJDWHGE\7KLV7UDQVDFWLRQ Thompson, Price, Scott, Adams & Co., P.A Gregory S Adams, CPA gadams@tpsacpas.com Town of Lillington Glenn McFadden mayor@lillingtonnc.org NA 52,560 Lisa Young, Finance lyoung@lillingtonnc.org LGC-205 CONTRACT TO AUDIT ACCOUNTS Rev./20 Page  SIGNATURE PAGE – DPCU (complete only if applicable) DISCRETELY PRESENTED COMPONENT UNIT DPCU Date DPCU Governing Board Approved Audit Contract (QWHUGDWHLQER[WRULJKW '3&8Chairperson (typed or printed) Signature Date Email Address Chair of Audit Committee (typed or printed, or “NA”) Signature Date Email Address DPCU – PRE-AUDIT CERTIFICATE Required by G.S. 159-28(a1) or G.S. 115C-441(a1 1RWDSSOLFDEOHWRKRVSLWDOFRQWUDFWV This instrument has been pre-audited in the manner required by The Local Government Budget and Fiscal Control Act or by the School Budget and Fiscal Control Act. '3&8 Finance Officer (typed or printed) Signature Date of Pre-Audit Certificate Email Address 5HPHPEHUWRSULQWWKLVIRUPDQGREWDLQDOO UHTXLUHGVLJQDWXUHVSULRUWRVXEPLVVLRQ SXP2EOLJDWHGE\WKLV7UDQVDFWLRQ NA PRINT AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY Date of Meeting: May 14, 2024 Staff Work By: Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk TYPE OF PUBLIC HEARING Legislative AGENDA ITEM Consideration of Ordinance Extending the Corporate Limits of the Town of Lillington. ITEM SUMMARY The Town of Lillington received a petition under §160A-31 for satellite annexation. The Town Board by Resolution directed the Town Clerk to investigate the sufficiency of the petition. In accordance with §160A-58.2 the Town Board called a Public Hearing on April 9, 2024 for the question of annexation for 19.330-acres being PIN #:0660-73-6096.000, 0660-73-3104.000, 0660-73-4138.000, & 0660-73- 5319.000 Case Number ANX-24-02. § 160A-58.2. Public hearing.Upon receipt of a petition for annexation under this Part, the city council shall cause the city clerk toinvestigate the petition, and to certify the results of his investigation. If the clerk certifies that uponinvestigation the petition appears to be valid, the council shall fix a date for a public hearing on the annexation. Notice of the hearing shall be published once at least 10 days before the date of hearing. At the hearing, any person residing in or owning property in the area proposed for annexation and any resident of the annexing city may appear and be heard on the questions of the sufficiency of the petition and the desirability of the annexation. If the council then finds and determines that (i) the area described in the petition meets all of the standards set out in G.S. 160A-58.1(b), (ii) the petition bears the signatures of all of the owners of real property within the area proposed for annexation (except those not required to sign by G.S. 160A-58.1(a)), (iii) the petition is otherwise valid, and (iv) the public health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the city and of the area proposed for annexation will be best served by the annexation, the council may adopt an ordinance annexing the area described in the petition. The ordinance may be made effective immediately or on any specified date within six months from the date of passage. RECOMMENDED ACTION APPROVE the Ordinance to Extend the Corporate Limits of the Town of Lillington, North Carolina. AGENDA ITEM #14 PROPERTY LINE PER PB 15, PG 55CL U B R O A D ( S R 2 0 7 5 ) 60' P U B L I C R I G H T O F W A Y 10' ACCESS EASEMENT FORCEMETERY per PB 2021, PG 30230' NON-EXCLUSIVEACCESS AND UTILITYEASEMENT per DB1402, PG 571(THREE NEIGHBORSLANE)30'20' UTILITY EASEMENT FOR BUIES CREEK-COATSWATER AND SEWER DISTRICT OF HARNETT COUNTYper DB 603, PG 226 and PLAT CABINET 2, SLIDE 48EIREIPEIPBENT EIREIPEIPEIPEIREIREIREIREIREIREIREIPEIREIREIPEIREIREIREIREIREIREIREIREIRANGLEIRONEIREIREIPEIREIREIREIREIPEIPEIRPTPTEIP FOUND(DISTURBED)U.S. HIGHWAY 421E. CORNELIUS HARNETT BLVD.VARIABLE WIDTH PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY20.0'50.0'CENTERLINE OF DITCHIS PROPERTY LINELEO MCNEILL JOHNSONNO DEED FOUNDPIN No. 0660-82-3870QUINTON MATTHEWSDB 4053, PG 747PIN No. 0660-72-5580AFRICAN METHODISTEPISCOPAL ZION CHURCHDB 4216, PG 148PIN No. 0660-72-5673WILLIE SMITHC/O JANIE MCKOYDB 913, PG 710PIN No. 0660-72-7416LILLINGTON AA ACQUISITIONS, LLCDB 4095, PG 670PB 2021, PG 605PIN No. 0660-42-7059GLENDA MATT H EW S CAROLYN SPEARS and D E N N I S S P E A R S DB 4089, P G 7 1 7 PB 1 5 , P G 5 5 PIN No . 0 6 6 0 - 6 2 - 8 9 7 7 CALVIN OCKLETREERONNIE OCKLETREEDB 1430, PG 801PB 15, PG 55PIN No. 0660-63-81 7 0 CALVIN OCKLETREEJENNIE OCKLETREEDB 79E, PG 71PB 15, PG 55PIN No. 0660-63-8115 CINDY M. WHITEDB 79E, PG 71PB 15, PG 55PIN No. 0660-63-7242 ROSE MCKAY FREEMANDB 3759, PG 878PB 15, PG 55PIN No. 0660-63-6278 A L L E N B L U E D B 1 3 6 2 , P G 4 4 1 P B 1 5 , P G 5 5 PI N N o . 0 6 6 0 - 7 3 - 0 1 7 6 JIM ROBINSON, Jr.DB 3270, PG 869PB 2013, PG 252PIN No. 0660-73-2321JAMES MCKAYROY MCKAYDB 1418, PG 152PB 2013, PG 252PIN No. 0660-73-0426JENNIE TERRYDB 1094, PG 249PIN No. 0660-73-4532TALBOT MCKOYCHRISTOPHER MCKOYDB 1475, PG 142PIN No. 0660-73-6576THYRON LAWSONSHIRL E. LAWSONDB 2052, PG 184PB 2018, PG 207PIN No. 0660-83-342450' ACCESSEASEMENT per PB2004, PG 1190and DB 2052, PG184MINNIE MCNEILLDB 365, PG 641PB 2018, PG 207PIN No. 0660-83-1253JOHN MCLEANANNIE MCLEANDB 1047, PG 231PC F, SLIDE 270APIN No. 0660-83-3115POINT OF BEGINNINGLOCALIZATION POINTEXISTING IRON REBARNAD 83 (2011)N: 603,145.81'E: 2,067,937.94'CSF: 0.999874060S 5 5 ° 2 9 ' 3 5 " W 6 6 6 . 9 4 ' (G ROUND )CAPETON, LLCDB 4215, PG 240PB 98, PG 376PIN No. 0660-73-41381.009 ACRES43,972 SFTOWN OF LILLINGTON LIMITS (IN)(OUT)TOWN OF LILLINGTON LIMITS (IN)(OUT)CAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 2854PB 2016, PG 336PIN No. 0660-73-609616.150 ACRES703,499 SFCAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1833PIN No. 0660-73-31041.727 ACRES75,220 SFCAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1877PIN No. 0660-73-53190.443 ACRES19,309 SFCAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1840PIN No. 0660-73-8532CAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1846PIN No. 0660-73-9563CAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1852PIN No. 0660-83-0488S 65°00'05" E480.81' (TIE LINE)EIPDITCH50' ACCESSEASEMENT per PB2004, PG 1190 andDB 2052, PG 190NCGS MON. "NURSING"NAD 83(2011)N: 603,523.63'E: 2,068,487.53'(LOCALIZED COORDINATES)N 65°04'41" W381.71'N 65°05'37" W305.14'N 46° 3 0 ' 5 0 " E 39 3 . 7 8 ' N 4 6 ° 3 0 ' 5 0 " E 1 8 4 . 7 9 ' N 4 4 ° 3 5 ' 0 0 " E 81 . 2 8 ' N 4 6 ° 1 3 ' 1 0 " E 36 0 . 6 3 'S 78°21'59" E201.41'S 78°21'59" E73.98'S 78°21'59" E118.00'N 11°37'55" E 80.02'S 78°21'10" E120.08'S 78°24'37" E145.23'S 4 0 ° 0 8 ' 1 7 " W 34 6 . 4 1 'S 66°32'34" E200.47'S 66°36'00" E172.37'S 4 1 ° 5 4 ' 2 9 " W 15 7 . 6 4 ' S 3 8 ° 5 6 ' 2 8 " W 21 3 . 6 6 'N 66°33'08" W183.00'S 3 6 ° 2 9 ' 5 5 " W 31 6 . 1 6 'N 57°25'24" W290.99'S 19° 2 2 ' 5 5 " W 343.06 'S 52°19'20" E100.89'S 64°30'21" E179.55'S 27 ° 3 8 ' 1 8 " W 485. 3 1 'L1L2 L 3 L4 L5 L6L7 L8 L9 L10L1 1 L12 L13 L14L15L16L17L18L19L20TOTAL ANNEXATION AREA19.330 ACRESE. CORNELIUS HARNETTBLVD.US HWY 421SITECEDAR GROVESCHOOL RDNEILLS CREEKRD LINE TABLELINE BEARINGDISTANCEL1N 65°00'05" W49.02'L2N 44°12'52" E40.30'L3N 46°36'14" E154.97'L4N 46°08'28" E28.49'L5N 44°36'19" E25.05'L6S 07°29'51" W42.97'L7S 57°27'12" E39.85'L8S 42°41'52" W233.65'L9S 42°41'52" W111.38'L10S 78°00'42" E200.00'L11N 42°59'18" E113.18'L12S 11°41'26" W51.97'L13N 10°35'07" E17.52'L14S 64°57'40" E28.58'L15S 74°48'04" W22.66'L16S 82°27'14" W43.77'L17S 64°49'47" W32.66'L18S 72°29'28" W81.61'L19S 85°25'30" W60.90'L20N 74°53'39" W62.21'LEGAL DESCRIPTION - PIN 0660-73-4138BEGINNING AT AN EXISTING IRON REBAR LOCATED ON A COMMON PROPERTY LINE OF THAT PROPERTY OWNED BY JENNIE TERRY (PIN NO.0660-73-4532), DB 1094, PG 249, HARNETT COUNTY REGISTRY AND HAVING NORTH CAROLINA GRID COORDINATES (NAD83, 2011), N:603,375.10', E: 2,067,332.37'; THENCE, NORTH 44°35'00" EAST A DISTANCE OF 81.28' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH64°30'21" EAST A DISTANCE OF 179.55' TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE, SOUTH 27°38'18" WEST A DISTANCE OF 485.31' TO ANEXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 57°27'12" WEST A DISTANCE OF 39.85' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 19°22'55"EAST A DISTANCE OF 343.06' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 07°29'51" EAST A DISTANCE OF 42.97' TO AN EXISTING IRONREBAR; THENCE, NORTH 52°19'20" WEST A DISTANCE OF 100.89' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR, BEING THE POINT AND PLACE OFBEGINNING, AND HAVING AN AREA OF 1.009 ACRES (43,972 SQUARE FEET), MORE OR LESS.LEGAL DESCRIPTION - PIN 0660-73-3104BEGINNING AT AN EXISTING IRON REBAR LOCATED ON A COMMON PROPERTY LINE OF THAT PROPERTY OWNED BY JENNIE TERRY (PIN NO.0660-73-4532), DB 1094, PG 249, HARNETT COUNTY REGISTRY AND HAVING NORTH CAROLINA GRID COORDINATES (NAD83, 2011), N:603,375.10', E: 2,067,332.37'; THENCE, SOUTH 52°19'20" EAST A DISTANCE OF 100.89' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH07°29'51" WEST A DISTANCE OF 42.97' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 19°22'55" WEST A DISTANCE OF 343.06' TO ANEXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 57°25'24" WEST A DISTANCE OF 290.99' TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE, NORTH 46°30'50"EAST A DISTANCE OF 184.79' TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE, NORTH 46°36'14" EAST A DISTANCE OF 154.97' TO AN EXISTING IRONPIPE; THENCE, NORTH 46°08'28" EAST A DISTANCE OF 28.49' TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE, NORTH 44°36'19" EAST A DISTANCE OF25.05' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR, BEING THE POINT AND PLACE OF BEGINNING, AND HAVING AN AREA OF 1.727 ACRES (75,220SQUARE FEET), MORE OR LESS.LEGAL DESCRIPTION - PIN 0660-73-5319BEGINNING AT A NEW IRON PIPE LOCATED ON THE SOUTHWEST PROPERTY CORNER OF THAT PROPERTY OWNED BY TALBOT MCKOY ANDCHRISTOPHER MCKOY (PIN NO. 0660-73-6576), DB 1475, PG 142, HARNETT COUNTY REGISTRY AND HAVING NORTH CAROLINA GRIDCOORDINATES (NAD83, 2011), N: 603,510.79', E: 2,067,481.34'; THENCE, SOUTH 78°21'59" EAST A DISTANCE OF 201.41' TO A POINT;THENCE, SOUTH 42°59'18" WEST A DISTANCE OF 113.18' TO A POINT; THENCE, NORTH 78°00'42" WEST A DISTANCE OF 200.00' TO ANEXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 42°41'52" EAST A DISTANCE OF 111.38' TO A NEW IRON PIPE, BEING THE POINT AND PLACE OFBEGINNING, AND HAVING AN AREA OF 0.443 ACRES (19,309 SQUARE FEET), MORE OR LESS.LEGAL DESCRIPTION - PIN 0660-73-5319BEGINNING AT AN EXISTING IRON REBAR LOCATED ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THAT PROPERTY OWNED BY MINNIE MCNEILL (PINNO. 0660-83-1253), DB 365, PG 641 AND PLAT BOOK 2018, PAGE 207, HARNETT COUNTY REGISTRY AND HAVING NORTH CAROLINA GRIDCOORDINATES (NAD83, 2011), N: 603,145.81', E: 2,067,937.94'; THENCE, SOUTH 66°32'34" EAST A DISTANCE OF 200.47' TO AN EXISTINGIRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 66°36'00" EAST A DISTANCE OF 172.37' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 41°54'29" WEST ADISTANCE OF 157.64' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF AN EXISTING DITCH; THENCE WITH SAID CENTERLINE OFDITCH THE FOLLOWING SIX (6) CALLS: SOUTH 74°48'04" WEST A DISTANCE OF 22.66' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH82°27'14" WEST A DISTANCE OF 43.77' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 64°49'47" WEST A DISTANCE OF 32.66' TO ANEXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 72°29'28" WEST A DISTANCE OF 81.61' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 85°25'30"WEST A DISTANCE OF 60.90' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 74°53'39" WEST A DISTANCE OF 62.21' TO AN EXISTING IRONREBAR; THENCE, LEAVING SAID DITCH, SOUTH 38°56'28" WEST A DISTANCE OF 213.66' TO A NEW IRON PIPE; THENCE, NORTH 66°33'08"WEST A DISTANCE OF 183.00' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 36°29'55" WEST A DISTANCE OF 316.16' TO AN EXISTINGIRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 65°04'41" WEST A DISTANCE OF 381.71' TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE, NORTH 65°05'37" WEST ADISTANCE OF 305.14' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 65°00'05" WEST A DISTANCE OF 49.02' TO A NEW IRON PIPE;THENCE, NORTH 46°30'50" EAST A DISTANCE OF 393.78' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR (BENT); THENCE, NORTH 44°12'52" EAST ADISTANCE OF 40.30' TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE, SOUTH 57°25'24" EAST A DISTANCE OF 290.99' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR;THENCE, SOUTH 57°27'12" EAST A DISTANCE OF 39.85' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 27°38'18" EAST A DISTANCE OF485.31' TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE, NORTH 64°30'21" WEST A DISTANCE OF 179.55' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE,NORTH 46°13'10" EAST A DISTANCE OF 360.63' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR LOCATED ON THE SOUTHERN RIGHT OF WAY OF U.S.HIGHWAY 421 (VARIABLE WIDTH PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY); THENCE, LEAVING SAID PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY, SOUTH 42°41'52" WEST ADISTANCE OF 233.65' TO A NEW IRON PIPE; THENCE, SOUTH 42°41'52" WEST A DISTANCE OF 111.38' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR;THENCE, SOUTH 78°00'42" EAST A DISTANCE OF 200.00' TO A POINT; THENCE, NORTH 42°59'18" EAST A DISTANCE OF 113.18' TO A POINT;THENCE, SOUTH 78°21'59" EAST A DISTANCE OF 73.98' TO A NEW IRON PIPE; THENCE, SOUTH 78°21'59" EAST A DISTANCE OF 118.00' TOAN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, NORTH 11°37'55" EAST A DISTANCE OF 80.02' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH78°21'10" EAST A DISTANCE OF 120.08' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 11°41'26" WEST A DISTANCE OF 51.97' TO ANEXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 78°24'37" EAST A DISTANCE OF 145.23' TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE, NORTH 10°35'07"EAST A DISTANCE OF 17.52' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 64°57'40" EAST A DISTANCE OF 28.58' TO AN EXISTING IRONREBAR; THENCE, SOUTH 40°08'17" WEST A DISTANCE OF 346.41' TO AN EXISTING IRON REBAR, BEING THE POINT AND PLACE OFBEGINNING, AND HAVING AN AREA OF 16.150 ACRES (703,499 SQUARE FEET), MORE OR LESS.NNC GRID NAD 83(2011)0SCALE: 1 inch = ft.10050100WithersRavenel115 MacKenan Drive | Cary, NC 27511License #: F-1479 | t: 919.469.3340 | www.withersravenel.comK:\20\20-1370\201372.40-Greenfield-Matthews Assemblage-Capeton\Geomatics\Survey\Res-Com\Drawings\Matthews Annexation Plat.dwg, Thursday, January 18, 2024 11:38:05 AM, BDAYTON WR Job No.:DATE:SURVEYED BY:DRAWN BY:CHECK & CLOSURE BY:PROPERTY OFSHEET: OFNO SCALEVICINITY MAP02201372.401/18/2024WRBDBDCAPETON, LLC11NEILLS CREEK TOWNSHIP | HARNETT COUNTYNORTH CAROLINACONTIGIOUS ANNEXATION PLAT FOR THE TOWN OF LILLINGTONNGENERAL NOTES1.BASIS OF BEARINGS: NC STATE PLANE GRID COORDINATES, NAD83(2011).2.ALL DISTANCES ARE HORIZONTAL GROUND DISTANCES IN U.S. SURVEY FEET UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.3.AREAS SHOWN HEREON WERE COMPUTED USING THE COORDINATE METHOD.4.LINES NOT SURVEYED ARE SHOWN AS BROKEN LINES FROM INFORMATION REFERENCED ON THE FACE OF THIS PLAT.5.SUBJECT PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN A FLOOD HAZARD AREA ACCORDING TO FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP3720066000J, DATED OCTOBER 3, 2006.6.IRON PIPES SET AT ALL CORNERS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.OWNER DATA:CAPETON, LLC8601 SIX FORKS ROAD, SUITE 270RALEIGH, NC 27615NOTE:THIS PLAT IS FOR ANNEXATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BECONSIDERED A BOUNDARY SURVEY.TOWN OF LILLINGTON CERTIFICATIONI DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE LILLINGTON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSAPPROVED THE ANNEXATION ON ___________________________ AND OFFICIALLYADOPTED THIS ANNEXATION MAP.DATE LINDSEY B. LUCAS, TOWN CLERKDATE LANDON CHANDLER, ZONING ADMINISTRATORNO R TH CAROLINABENJAMIN E. DA Y T ON PR O FESSIONALLAND SURVE YORSEALL-4390BENJAMIN E. DAYTON4390SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATEI, , PLS, CERTIFY THAT THIS PLAT WAS DRAWN UNDER MY SUPERVISION FROM AN ACTUAL SURVEY MADE UNDER MYSUPERVISION (DEED DESCRIPTION RECORDED AS SHOWN HEREON); THAT THE BOUNDARIES NOT SURVEYED ARE CLEARLY INDICATED AS DRAWN FROMINFORMATION SHOWN ON THE FACE OF THIS PLAT; THAT THE RATIO OF PRECISION OR POSITIONAL ACCURACY AS CALCULATED IS THAT THISPLAT WAS PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH G.S. 47-30 AS AMENDED. WITNESS MY ORIGINAL SIGNATURE, LICENSE NUMBER AND SEAL.THIS DAY OF A.D.,.PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR LICENSE NUMBER, L-I ALSO CERTIFY THAT THIS SURVEY IS OF AN EXISTING PARCEL OR PARCELS OF LAND OR ONE OR MORE EXISTING EASEMENTS AND DOES NOTCREATE A NEW STREET OR CHANGE AN EXISTING STREET.##January20241:20,000;PRELIMINARYNOT FOR RECORDATION,CONVEYANCE OR SALES TOWN OF LILLINGTON 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2654 ● Fax (910) 893-3693 ● www.lillingtonnc.com ORDINANCE FY2024-19 AN ORDINANCE TO EXTEND THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF LILLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA WHEREAS, the Town of Lillington Governing Board has received a petition under G.S. 160A-31 for contiguous satellite annexation of the area described below; and WHEREAS, the Governing Board has by Resolution No. 2024-17 directed the Town Clerk to investigate the sufficiency of said petition; and WHEREAS, the Town Clerk has certified the sufficiency of said petition and the Governing Board adopted Resolution No. 2024-18 fixing a date of public hearing. By authority granted by G.S. 160A-58.2, a public hearing on the question of this annexation was held at the Lillington Town Hall at 6:00 o’clock, P.M. on the 9th day of April, 2024, after due notice by publication on the 29th of March, 2024; and WHEREAS, the Governing Board does hereby find as a fact that the petition meets the requirements of G.S. 160A-31, as amended BE IT ORDAINED, by the Governing Board of the Town of Lillington, North Carolina, that: Section 1. By virtue of the authority granted by G.S. 160A-58.2, the following described contiguous territory is hereby annexed and made part of the Town of Lillington, as of May 14, 2024. The area proposed for annexation are described as follows: Beginning at an Existing Iron Rebar located on the southwest corner of that property owned by Minnie McNeill (PIN No. 0660-83-1253), DB 365, PG 641 and Plat Book 2018, Page 207, Harnett County Registry and having North Carolina Grid Coordinates (NAD83, 2011), N: 603,145.81’, E: 2,067,937.94’; Thence, South 66°32'34" East a distance of 200.47' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 66°36'00" East a distance of 172.37' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 41°54'29" West a distance of 157.64' to an Existing Iron Rebar located in the center of an existing ditch; Thence with said centerline of ditch the following six (6) calls: South 74°48'04" West a distance of 22.66' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 82°27'14" West a distance of 43.77' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 64°49'47" West a distance of 32.66' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 72°29'28" West a distance of 81.61' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 85°25'30" West a distance of 60.90' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 74°53'39" West a distance of 62.21' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, leaving said ditch, South 38°56'28" West a distance of 213.66' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, North 66°33'08" West a distance of 183.00' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 36°29'55" West a distance of 316.16' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 65°04'41" West a distance of 381.71' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 65°05'37" West a distance of 305.14' to Town of Lillington | 2 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2864 ● Fax (910) 893-3607 ● www.lillingtonnc.com an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 65°00'05" West a distance of 49.02' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, North 46°30'50" East a distance of 393.78' to an Existing Iron Rebar (Bent); Thence, North 44°12'52" East a distance of 40.30' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 46°30'50" East a distance of 184.79' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 46°36'14" East a distance of 154.97' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 46°08'28" East a distance of 28.49' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 44°36'19" East a distance of 25.05' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 44°35'00" East a distance of 81.28' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 46°13'10" East a distance of 360.63' to an Existing Iron Rebar located on the southern Right of Way of U.S. Highway 421 (Variable Width Public Right of Way); Thence, leaving said Public Right of Way, South 42°41'52" West a distance of 233.65' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, South 78°21'59" East a distance of 201.41' to a Point; Thence, South 78°21'59" East a distance of 73.98' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, North 11°37'55" East a distance of 199.97' to a New Iron Pipe located on the southern Right of Way of U.S. Highway 421 (Variable Width Public Right of Way); Thence, with said Public Right of Way, South 78°18'56" East a distance of 115.88' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, South 78°25'03" East a distance of 2.12' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, South 78°25'03" East a distance of 120.21' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, South 78°25'03" East a distance of 145.02' to an Existing Iron Pipe (Bent); Thence, leaving said Public Right of Way, South 11°44'16" West a distance of 154.47' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 64°57'40" East a distance of 28.58' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 40°08'17" West a distance of 346.41' to an Existing Iron Rebar, being the point and place of Beginning, and having an area of 20.774 Acres (904,929 Square Feet), More or Less. Annexation Map Recorded in Map Book _______ - _______ Section 2. Upon and after May 14, 2024, the above-described territory and its citizens and property shall be subject to all debts, laws, ordinances, and regulations in force in the Town of Lillington and shall be entitled to the same privileges and benefits as other parts of the Town of Lillington. Said territory shall be subject to municipal taxes according to G.S. 160A-58.10. Section 3. The Mayor of the Town of Lillington shall cause to be recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Harnett County, and in the office of the Secretary of State at Raleigh, North Carolina, an accurate map of the annexed territory, described in Section 1 above, together with a duly certified copy of this ordinance. Such a map shall also be delivered to the Harnett County Board of Elections, as required by G.S. 163-288.1. Adopted this 14th day of May, 2024 __________________________ Glenn McFadden, Mayor Attest: __________________________ Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Tony Buzzard, Town Attorney AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY Date of Meeting: May 14, 2024 Staff Work By: Landon Chandler, Planning Director AGENDA ITEM Consideration of Approval of An Ordinance to Apply the Lillington Zoning Ordinance to the Newly Incorporated City Limits (Capeton, LLC) ITEM SUMMARY Consideration of Approval of An Ordinance to Apply the Lillington Zoning Ordinance to the Newly Incorporated City Limits (Capeton, LLC) RECOMMENDED ACTION Approve Ordinance to Apply the Lillington Zoning Ordinance to the Newly Incorporated City Limits (Capeton, LLC) Suggested Statement of Consistency As stated in the evaluation, the requested zoning assignment to Neighborhood Mixed Use (NMX) is compatible with Town of Lillington regulatory documents and would not have an unreasonable impact on the surrounding community based on the uses in this area as well as the Town’s Land Use Plan designation for this area. Therefore, the ordinance for the zoning assignment request be Approved. The requested zoning assignment to Neighborhood Mixed Use (NMX) is not compatible with Town of Lillington regulatory documents and would not only have an unreasonable impact on the surrounding community, but would also fail to enhance the public health, safety, and general welfare as stated in the evaluation. Therefore, the ordinance for the zoning assignment request be Denied. AGENDA ITEM #15 ZONING ASSIGNMENT STAFF REPORT CASE NUMBER: RZ-24-04 Landon Chandler, Planning Director Ltchandler@lillingtonnc.org Phone: (910) 893-0316 Fax: (910) 893-3693 www.lillingtonnc.org Planning Board: March 18, 2024 Town Commissioners: April 9, 2024 To rezone & apply zoning to seven parcels totaling approximately 20.53-acres located as pictured below. Applicant is proposing a Neighborhood Mixed Use (NMX) zoning district. Current Zoning on site is RA- 20M(County) and RS20(Town). This is a straight zoning request without supplied voluntary conditions. Applicant Information Owner of Record: Applicant: Name: Capeton, LLC Name: Same as owner Address: 8601 Six Forks Rd. Suite 270 Address: City/State/Zip: Raleigh, NC 27615 City/State/Zip: Property Description PIN(s): 0660-73-6096.000, 0660-73-3104.000, 0660-73-4138.000, 0660-73- 5319.000, 0660-73-8532.000, 0660-73-9563.000, 0660-83-0488.000 Acreage: 20.53 Total Address/SR No.: Near the intersection of E. Cornelius Harnett BLVD. & Club Rd. Vicinity Map: Greater Capeton Project: Current Zoning on Site: Physical Characteristics and Existing Land Uses Site Description: The sites are currently used primarily as residential properties and vacant land. The 20.53-acre assemblage has access to water and sewer although ultimate capacity has not been studied. The surrounding land uses are Single Family Residential, Commercial, Institutional, and previously approved projects immediately adjacent. The owner/applicant is asking for it to be zoned for the uses listed in the NMX district. This classification encompasses many different potential uses as referenced on the use table below. P represents outright permitted, PS represents permitted with standards, S means Special Use Permit required, and a ”-“ would mean not permitted. Town of Lillington Land Use Plan: Single Family Residential Main Street Mixed-Use Gateways New Roads & Greenways County Land Use Plan: Environmental: Utilities: Services Available Water: Sewer: Other: HRW sewer most likely ☐ Public (Town Of Lillington) ☐ Public (Town of Lillington) ☒ Public (Harnett County) ☐ Private (Septic) ☐ Private (Well) ☒ Other (Unverified) ☐ Other: (Unverified) Other: A potential connection may be made however; no guarantees are expressed as it relates to capacity if this zoning proposal is approved. No technical review has been performed on this project, and all other non-specified items will have to meet the Town of Lillington Unified Development Ordinance. Staff Evaluation: Recommended Approval The impact to the adjacent property owners and the surrounding community is reasonable, and the benefits of the Zoning Assignment outweigh any potential inconvenience or harm to the community: REASONING: The requested zoning assignment to Neighborhood Mixed Use Will Not have an unreasonable impact on the community as it is similar in nature to uses within this area such as previously approved projects adjacent. The requested zoning assignment is compatible with the existing Land Use Classification: REASONING: The requested zoning district Is Compatible with this area’s land use plan. The Towns land use classifications for this area are predominantly Single Family Residential and Main Street Mixed Use. These classifications offer enough flexibility to accommodate many of the uses outlined within the Neighborhood Mixed Use district. The proposal does enhance or maintain the public health, safety and general welfare: REASONING: The requested rezoning to Neighborhood Mixed Use Would Maintain or enhance the public health, safety, and general welfare. The potential development of the parcels in question will likely bring improvements in access, transportation, utilities, and emergency service response. PROPERTY LINE PER PB 15, PG 55CL U B R O A D ( S R 2 0 7 5 ) 60' P U B L I C R I G H T O F W A Y 10' ACCESS EASEMENT FORCEMETERY per PB 2021, PG 30230' NON-EXCLUSIVEACCESS AND UTILITYEASEMENT per DB1402, PG 571(THREE NEIGHBORSLANE)30'20' UTILITY EASEMENT FOR BUIES CREEK-COATSWATER AND SEWER DISTRICT OF HARNETT COUNTYper DB 603, PG 226 and PLAT CABINET 2, SLIDE 48EIREIPEIPBENT EIREIPEIPEIPEIREIREIREIREIREIREIREIPEIREIREIPEIREIREIREIREIREIREIREIREIRANGLEIRONEIREIREIPEIREIREIREIREIPEIPEIRPTPTEIP FOUND(DISTURBED)U.S. HIGHWAY 421E. CORNELIUS HARNETT BLVD.VARIABLE WIDTH PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY20.0'50.0'CENTERLINE OF DITCHIS PROPERTY LINELEO MCNEILL JOHNSONNO DEED FOUNDPIN No. 0660-82-3870QUINTON MATTHEWSDB 4053, PG 747PIN No. 0660-72-5580AFRICAN METHODISTEPISCOPAL ZION CHURCHDB 4216, PG 148PIN No. 0660-72-5673WILLIE SMITHC/O JANIE MCKOYDB 913, PG 710PIN No. 0660-72-7416LILLINGTON AA ACQUISITIONS, LLCDB 4095, PG 670PB 2021, PG 605PIN No. 0660-42-7059GLENDA MATT H EW S CAROLYN SPEARS and D E N N I S S P E A R S DB 4089, P G 7 1 7 PB 1 5 , P G 5 5 PIN No . 0 6 6 0 - 6 2 - 8 9 7 7 CALVIN OCKLETREERONNIE OCKLETREEDB 1430, PG 801PB 15, PG 55PIN No. 0660-63-81 7 0 CALVIN OCKLETREEJENNIE OCKLETREEDB 79E, PG 71PB 15, PG 55PIN No. 0660-63-8115 CINDY M. WHITEDB 79E, PG 71PB 15, PG 55PIN No. 0660-63-7242 ROSE MCKAY FREEMANDB 3759, PG 878PB 15, PG 55PIN No. 0660-63-6278 A L L E N B L U E D B 1 3 6 2 , P G 4 4 1 P B 1 5 , P G 5 5 PI N N o . 0 6 6 0 - 7 3 - 0 1 7 6 JIM ROBINSON, Jr.DB 3270, PG 869PB 2013, PG 252PIN No. 0660-73-2321JAMES MCKAYROY MCKAYDB 1418, PG 152PB 2013, PG 252PIN No. 0660-73-0426JENNIE TERRYDB 1094, PG 249PIN No. 0660-73-4532TALBOT MCKOYCHRISTOPHER MCKOYDB 1475, PG 142PIN No. 0660-73-6576NOT INCLUDED IN SURVEYTHYRON LAWSONSHIRL E. LAWSONDB 2052, PG 184PB 2018, PG 207PIN No. 0660-83-342450' ACCESSEASEMENT per PB2004, PG 1190and DB 2052, PG184MINNIE MCNEILLDB 365, PG 641PB 2018, PG 207PIN No. 0660-83-1253JOHN MCLEANANNIE MCLEANDB 1047, PG 231PC F, SLIDE 270APIN No. 0660-83-3115POINT OF BEGINNINGLOCALIZATION POINTEXISTING IRON REBARNAD 83 (2011)N: 603,145.81'E: 2,067,937.94'CSF: 0.999874060S 5 5 ° 2 9 ' 3 5 " W 6 6 6 . 9 4 ' (G ROUND )CAPETON, LLCDB 4215, PG 240PB 98, PG 376PIN No. 0660-73-41381.009 ACRES43,972 SFTOWN OF LILLINGTON LIMITS (IN)(OUT)TOWN OF LILLINGTON LIMITS (IN)(OUT)CAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 2854PB 2016, PG 336PIN No. 0660-73-609616.150 ACRES703,499 SFCAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1833PIN No. 0660-73-31041.727 ACRES75,220 SFCAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1877PIN No. 0660-73-53190.443 ACRES19,309 SFS 65°00'05" E480.81' (TIE LINE)EIPDITCH50' ACCESSEASEMENT per PB2004, PG 1190 andDB 2052, PG 190NCGS MON. "NURSING"NAD 83(2011)N: 603,523.63'E: 2,068,487.53'(LOCALIZED COORDINATES)N 65°04'41" W381.71'N 65°05'37" W305.14'N 46° 3 0 ' 5 0 " E 39 3 . 7 8 ' N 4 6 ° 3 0 ' 5 0 " E 1 8 4 . 7 9 ' N 4 4 ° 3 5 ' 0 0 " E 81 . 2 8 ' N 4 6 ° 1 3 ' 1 0 " E 36 0 . 6 3 'S 78°21'59" E201.41'S 78°21'59" E73.98'S 78°21'59" E118.00'N 11°37'55" E 80.02'S 78°21'10" E120.08'S 78°24'37" E145.23'S 4 0 ° 0 8 ' 1 7 " W 34 6 . 4 1 'S 66°32'34" E200.47'S 66°36'00" E172.37'S 4 1 ° 5 4 ' 2 9 " W 15 7 . 6 4 ' S 3 8 ° 5 6 ' 2 8 " W 21 3 . 6 6 'N 66°33'08" W183.00'S 3 6 ° 2 9 ' 5 5 " W 31 6 . 1 6 'N 57°25'24" W290.99'S 19° 2 2 ' 5 5 " W 343.06 'S 52°19'20" E100.89'S 64°30'21" E179.55'S 27 ° 3 8 ' 1 8 " W 485. 3 1 'L1L2 L 3 L 4 L5 L6L7 L8 L9 L10L1 1 L12 L13 L14L15L16L17L18L19L20CAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1840PIN No. 0660-73-85320.542 ACRES23,590 SFCAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1846PIN No. 0660-73-95630.331 ACRES14,408 SFCAPETON, LLCDB 4218, PG 1852PIN No. 0660-83-04880.572 ACRES24,930 SFL21L22L23L24L25L26L27 L28 L29 L30 E. CORNELIUS HARNETTBLVD.US HWY 421SITECEDAR GROVESCHOOL RDNEILLS CREEKRD LINE TABLELINE BEARINGDISTANCEL1N 65°00'05" W49.02'L2N 44°12'52" E40.30'L3N 46°36'14" E154.97'L4N 46°08'28" E28.49'L5N 44°36'19" E25.05'L6S 07°29'51" W42.97'L7S 57°27'12" E39.85'L8S 42°41'52" W233.65'L9S 42°41'52" W111.38'L10S 78°00'42" E200.00'L11N 42°59'18" E113.18'L12S 11°41'26" W51.97'L13N 10°35'07" E17.52'L14S 64°57'40" E28.58'L15S 74°48'04" W22.66'L16S 82°27'14" W43.77'L17S 64°49'47" W32.66'L18S 72°29'28" W81.61'L19S 85°25'30" W60.90'L20N 74°53'39" W62.21'L21S 78°18'03" E152.77'L22S 78°18'56" E2.05'L23S 78°18'56" E115.88'L24S 78°25'03" E2.12'L25S 78°25'03" E120.21'L26S 78°25'03" E145.02'L27S 11°44'16" W154.47'L28N 11°41'26" E119.99'L29S 11°37'55" W119.85'L30S 11°37'55" W199.97'LEGEND(EIP)-EXISTING IRON PIPE FOUND(NIP)-NEW IRON PIPE SET(EIR)-EXISTING REBAR FOUND(PT)-COMPUTED POINT (NO MONUMENT FOUND OR SET)NNC GRID NAD 83(2011)0SCALE: 1 inch = ft.10050100WithersRavenel115 MacKenan Drive | Cary, NC 27511License #: F-1479 | t: 919.469.3340 | www.withersravenel.comK:\20\20-1370\201372.40-Greenfield-Matthews Assemblage-Capeton\Geomatics\Survey\Res-Com\Drawings\Matthews Rezoning Map.dwg, Thursday, January 18, 2024 1:38:17 PM, BDAYTON WR Job No.:DATE:SURVEYED BY:DRAWN BY:CHECK & CLOSURE BY:PROPERTY OFSHEET: OFNO SCALEVICINITY MAP02201372.401/18/2024WRBDBDCAPETON, LLC11NEILLS CREEK TOWNSHIP | HARNETT COUNTYNORTH CAROLINABOUNDARY SURVEYNGENERAL NOTES1.BASIS OF BEARINGS: NC STATE PLANE GRID COORDINATES, NAD83(2011).2.ALL DISTANCES ARE HORIZONTAL GROUND DISTANCES IN U.S. SURVEY FEET UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.3.AREAS SHOWN HEREON WERE COMPUTED USING THE COORDINATE METHOD.4.LINES NOT SURVEYED ARE SHOWN AS BROKEN LINES FROM INFORMATION REFERENCED ON THE FACE OF THIS PLAT.5.SUBJECT PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN A FLOOD HAZARD AREA ACCORDING TO FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP3720066000J, DATED OCTOBER 3, 2006.6.IRON PIPES SET AT ALL CORNERS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.OWNER DATA:CAPETON, LLC8601 SIX FORKS ROAD, SUITE 270RALEIGH, NC 27615NO R TH CAROLINABENJAMIN E. DA Y T ON PR O FESSIONALLAND SURVE YORSEALL-4390BENJAMIN E. DAYTON4390SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATEI, , PLS, CERTIFY THAT THIS PLAT WAS DRAWN UNDER MY SUPERVISION FROM AN ACTUAL SURVEY MADE UNDER MYSUPERVISION (DEED DESCRIPTION RECORDED AS SHOWN HEREON); THAT THE BOUNDARIES NOT SURVEYED ARE CLEARLY INDICATED AS DRAWN FROMINFORMATION SHOWN ON THE FACE OF THIS PLAT; THAT THE RATIO OF PRECISION OR POSITIONAL ACCURACY AS CALCULATED IS THAT THISPLAT WAS PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH G.S. 47-30 AS AMENDED. WITNESS MY ORIGINAL SIGNATURE, LICENSE NUMBER AND SEAL.THIS DAY OF A.D.,.PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR LICENSE NUMBER, L-I ALSO CERTIFY THAT THIS SURVEY IS OF AN EXISTING PARCEL OR PARCELS OF LAND OR ONE OR MORE EXISTING EASEMENTS AND DOES NOTCREATE A NEW STREET OR CHANGE AN EXISTING STREET.18January20241:20,000;PRELIMINARYNOT FOR RECORDATION,CONVEYANCE OR SALES Proposed Annexation and Rezoning Location: Properties to be annexed highlighted in blue: TOWN OF LILLINGTON 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2654 ● Fax (910) 893-3693 ● www.lillingtonnc.com ORDINANCE FY2024-20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TOWN OF LILLINGTON ZONING ORDINANCE PROPERTY OWNED BY CAPETON, LLC 20.53 ACRES PIN#’S: 0660-73-6096.000, 0660-73-3104.000, 0660-73-4138.000, 0660-73-5319.000, 0660-73-8532.000, 0660-73-9563.000, 0660-83-0488.000 HARNETT COUNTY RA-20M & RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY RS20 TO NEIGHBORHOOD MIXED USE (NMX) WHEREAS, a petition has been received from Capeton, LLC to rezone 20.53-acres from Harnett County RA-20M and Residential Single Family, RS20 to Neighborhood Mixed Use, NMX; and WHEREAS, the required newspaper notices have been given, adjacent property owners notified, the recommendation from the Lillington Planning Board received, and a public hearing held at a Regular meeting on April 9, 2024 with members of the public soliciting input on the matter. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of Lillington that: Section 1. The Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Lillington is amended to change the following area from Harnett County RA-20M and Residential Single Family, RS20 to Neighborhood Mixed Use, NMX and to amend the Lillington Zoning Map to show the area change: Beginning at an Existing Iron Rebar located on the southwest corner of that property owned by Minnie McNeill (PIN No. 0660-83-1253), DB 365, PG 641 and Plat Book 2018, Page 207, Harnett County Registry and having North Carolina Grid Coordinates (NAD83, 2011), N: 603,145.81’, E: 2,067,937.94’; Thence, South 66°32'34" East a distance of 200.47' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 66°36'00" East a distance of 172.37' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 41°54'29" West a distance of 157.64' to an Existing Iron Rebar located in the center of an existing ditch; Thence with said centerline of ditch the following six (6) calls: South 74°48'04" West a distance of 22.66' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 82°27'14" West a distance of 43.77' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 64°49'47" West a distance of 32.66' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South Town of Lillington | 2 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2864 ● Fax (910) 893-3607 ● www.lillingtonnc.com 72°29'28" West a distance of 81.61' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 85°25'30" West a distance of 60.90' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 74°53'39" West a distance of 62.21' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, leaving said ditch, South 38°56'28" West a distance of 213.66' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, North 66°33'08" West a distance of 183.00' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 36°29'55" West a distance of 316.16' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 65°04'41" West a distance of 381.71' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 65°05'37" West a distance of 305.14' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 65°00'05" West a distance of 49.02' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, North 46°30'50" East a distance of 393.78' to an Existing Iron Rebar (Bent); Thence, North 44°12'52" East a distance of 40.30' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 46°30'50" East a distance of 184.79' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 46°36'14" East a distance of 154.97' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 46°08'28" East a distance of 28.49' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, North 44°36'19" East a distance of 25.05' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 44°35'00" East a distance of 81.28' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, North 46°13'10" East a distance of 360.63' to an Existing Iron Rebar located on the southern Right of Way of U.S. Highway 421 (Variable Width Public Right of Way); Thence, leaving said Public Right of Way, South 42°41'52" West a distance of 233.65' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, South 78°21'59" East a distance of 201.41' to a Point; Thence, South 78°21'59" East a distance of 73.98' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, North 11°37'55" East a distance of 199.97' to a New Iron Pipe located on the southern Right of Way of U.S. Highway 421 (Variable Width Public Right of Way); Thence, with said Public Right of Way, South 78°18'56" East a distance of 115.88' to an Existing Iron Pipe; Thence, South 78°25'03" East a distance of 2.12' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, South 78°25'03" East a distance of 120.21' to a New Iron Pipe; Thence, South 78°25'03" East a distance of 145.02' to an Existing Iron Pipe (Bent); Thence, leaving said Public Right of Way, South 11°44'16" West a distance of 154.47' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 64°57'40" East a distance of 28.58' to an Existing Iron Rebar; Thence, South 40°08'17" West a distance of 346.41' to an Existing Iron Rebar, being the point and place of Beginning, and having an area of 20.774 Acres (904,929 Square Feet), More or Less. Section 2. All laws and clauses in conflict with this Ordinance Amendment are hereby repealed. Section 3. This Ordinance Amendment shall be effective immediately upon adoption with Adopted this 14th day of May, 2024 __________________________ Glenn McFadden, Mayor Attest: __________________________ Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY Date of Meeting: May 14, 2024 Staff Work By: Shane Cummings, Town Engineer AGENDA ITEM Public Hearing for Consideration of a Resolution Adopting a Water and Wastewater Allocation Policy ITEM SUMMARY Consideration of Approval of a Resolution Adopting a Water and Wastewater Allocation Policy RECOMMENDED ACTION None AGENDA ITEM #16-16A TOWN OF LILLINGTON 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2654 ● Fax (910) 893-3693 ● www.lillingtonnc.com RESOLUTION FY 2024-23 RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A WATER AND WASTEWATER ALLOCATION POLICY WHEREAS, the Town of Lillington Board of Commissioners desires to establish a policy for the management of both water and wastewater capacity resources to support a growing and healthy community. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lillington the following: I. Purpose and Intent The purpose of this policy is to establish a procedure by which the Town of Lillington (“Town”) fairly and reasonably allocates the Town’s available water and wastewater distribution, collection, conveyance and treatment services to developments that request Town utility service(s). The Town seeks to grant water and wastewater allocations in a way that supports economic growth, job creation, strengthened tax base, high quality development, and maximum efficiency of infrastructure and service delivery. II. Policy Applicability A. This policy applies as follows: 1. All residential and non-residential developments as defined in the Town’s UDO within the Town’s planning jurisdiction which are required to connect to the Town's public water or sewer system are required to make a request for and obtain a water and wastewater treatment capacity allocation approval (“Allocation Approval”). 2. Any existing approved residential and non-residential developments with or without an Allocation Approval, that seeks approval for a modification or expansion with an increase in water service and/or sewer collection/treatment impacts, including discharge limits and volume allocation, will require a new Allocation Approval. 3. Any residential and non-residential developments outside of the Town’s planning jurisdiction, which in the future obtain development approval by another governing board, that desires to connect to the Town's water or sewer system. B. Notwithstanding the above provisions of Section II., the following types of developments are exempt from the requirements of this policy: 1. Properties with existing NC DEQ water and/or wastewater permits that are not modified or extended related to water and/or sewer collection/treatment impacts, 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2864 ● Fax (910) 893-3607 ● www.lillingtonnc.com including discharge limits and volume allocation and who’s property is still in compliance with the approval requirements of the Town of Lillington UDO. 2. Property serviced by private water supply systems and/or wastewater systems, which will not be connected to the Town’s water and wastewater system or . 3. Property serviced by public water supply systems and/or wastewater systems, which will not be connected to the Town’s water and/or wastewater system. III. Procedure for Consideration of Allocation Approval Applications A. Approval By Administrator 1. All water and wastewater allocation requests, unless specified herein, must be approved by the administrator appointed by the Town (the “Administrator”). It shall be the policy of the Administrator to generally allocate water and wastewater capacity when water and treatment capacity and transmission capability is available and consistent with this policy. For the purposes of this policy the term “Capacity” shall mean available water supply or wastewater treatment capability, as applicable, and also transmission capability. Capacity allocation requests shall be evaluated on a first-come, first-served basis, provided capacity allocations are available. The Town reserves the right to impose maximum lot counts for each proposed phase within residential and non-residential developments to help adequately determine future water and/or sewer capacity allocations. Phasing should conform to the Town of Lillington Unified Development Ordinance. Approval of a new or modified Allocation Approval will be at the sole and absolute discretion of the Town and shall be evaluated in accordance with this policy. B. Submittal of Allocation Approval Applications: 1. The owner or developer of any residential and/or non-residential development requiring an Allocation Approval from the Town shall submit a written application via a form provided by the Administrator, for an allocation reservation and shall pay the Allocation Approval application fee. The application shall include detailed information on the amount of capacity necessary to serve the project, the nature of the project, the project schedule, phasing in relation to the demand of water and wastewater capacity, proposed water and/or sewer system layout, engineering report(s), system analysis, construction plan and/or site plan submittal, and other supporting documentation required by the Administrator. Requests for allocation shall be submitted with the construction and/or site plans to the Administrator. Upon receipt of the application, supporting documentation, and application fee, the Administrator will perform a review. C. Allocation Approval Consideration and Determination: 1. Allocation approval for land development is limited to a maximum of one hundred fifty (150) lots or residential equivalent units per development. 2. All water and/or sewer improvements within approved phase(s) with an utility allocation must be constructed and lots within those phases must be recorded within two (2) years of receipt of the Authorization to Construct Permit from the Town or NCDEQ. A minimum of fifty percent (50%) of building permits for lots and/or buildings within the recorded phases with a utility allocation must be issued within four (4) years from receipt of the Authorization to Construct. If these conditions are not met, the Town reserves the right to rescind the unused 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2864 ● Fax (910) 893-3607 ● www.lillingtonnc.com amount of capacity for future use and, if applicable, begin the review process again for unconstructed phase(s) to include updated plans and construction drawings from the Engineer of Record for the development meeting current development requirements at time of re-submittal. 3. Requests for a subsequent phase allocation approval of a maximum of one hundred fifty (150) lots of the same land subdivision development or residential equivalent units will be reviewed for construction, but no allocation issued for permits until utility improvements are constructed, all lots are recorded, and fifty percent (50%) of its planned building permits have been issued for the previously approved utility allocated phase. 4. Approval of an Allocation Approval request is contingent on an approved construction plan(s) and/or site plan(s) and in conjunction with pending state water and wastewater permits, and the following factors may also be considered during the allocation approval process: i. Whether the application is for land use that is consistent with the Town’s adopted policies concerning growth and development; and ii. Any other factors, related to whether approval of the allocation promotes or undermines public interest, public health or safety, or the general welfare of the Town. iii. In no case shall renaming of development, phasing, or alternative configuration of parcel(s) be used to circumvent any of the allocation permitting processes outlined herein. D. Allocation Approvals 1. Allocation issued by the Town will reserve the approved water and wastewater transmission and treatment capacity. The Allocation Approval will be issued by the Town after which the Town will submit to the Engineer of Record the corresponding NCDEQ Water Extension Application, NCDEQ Sewer Permit Application and NCDEQ Flow-Tracking Form. E. Allocation Approvals are for only the parcel for they are approved and are not transferable to another parcel. F. Expiration of Allocation Approvals An allocation approval will expire and shall be revoked for the following reasons: 1. A project has not progressed in accordance with the timeframes specified in Section III-C above and any approved extensions. Projects with an expired Allocation Approval will be required to submit a new application with supporting information. 2. The project is unsuccessful in obtaining any required Federal, State, or local government permit. 3. The expiration or revocation of an Allocation Approval revokes the corresponding NC DEQ Flow Tracking, NC DEQ Sewer Permit and/or Water Permit. 4. In the event an Allocation Approval expires or is revoked, the allocation will automatically revert to the Town. The Town shall bear no liability for any costs incurred by the applicant, or any further responsibility in the matter. 5. Notwithstanding the above, if contractual obligations between a Developer and the Town (for example developer upsizing agreement) or public funding appropriations provide a different schedule for securing these approvals, the contractual obligations shall become the requirements. 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2864 ● Fax (910) 893-3607 ● www.lillingtonnc.com G.Reversion of Unused Allocation Allocation Approvals are granted to specific development(s) located on a specific parcel or parcels of land and based on the approved development that received an allocation. Upon completion of the development or allocation expiration, any unused allocation will automatically revert to the Town. H.Allocation Approval does not imply or confer approval of any other applications or reviews as may be required by Town Ordinance or policy and does not imply or create any vested right. IV.Appeal ProcessStaff decisions under this policy may be appealed to the Administrator. Appeal requests must be in writing and include a detailed description of the proposed development, the allocation requested, and the reason for the appeal. All decisions rendered by the Administrator shall befinal. V.Term of Policy This Policy shall become effective upon its adoption by the Town of Lillington Board of Commissioners on May 14, 2024. This policy shall remain in effect until the Town of LillingtonBoard of Commissioners amends the policy or adopts a new policy. Adopted this 14th day of May, 2024 __________________________ Glenn McFadden, Mayor Attest: __________________________ Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY Date of Meeting: May 14, 2024 Staff Work By: Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk AGENDA ITEM Consideration of Resolution Directing the Town Clerk to Investigate a Non-Contiguous Satellite Annexation Petition Received Under General Statue §160A-58.1 from Harold T. Butts, Jr. ITEM SUMMARY A petition for annexation for property identified as PIN #: 0662-90-5908.000 submitted in accordance with § 160A-58.1 by property owner on April 8, 2024. § 160A-58.1. Petition for annexation; standards.(a)Upon receipt of a valid petition signed by all of the owners of real property in the areadescribed therein, a city may annex an area not contiguous to its primary corporate limits when the area meets the standards set out in subsection (b) of this section. The petition need not be signed by the owners of real property that is wholly exempt from property taxation under the Constitution and laws of North Carolina, nor by railroad companies, public utilities as defined in G.S. 62-3(23), or electric or telephone membership corporations. A petition is not valid in any of the following circumstances: (1) It is unsigned.(2)It is signed by the city for the annexation of property the city does not own or havea legal interest in. For the purpose of this subdivision, a city has no legal interest ina State-maintained street unless it owns the underlying fee and not just an easement. (3)It is for the annexation of property for which a signature is not required and theproperty owner objects to the annexation.(b) A noncontiguous area proposed for annexation must meet all of the following standards:(1)The nearest point on the proposed satellite corporate limits must be not more than three miles from the primary corporate limits of the annexing city.(2)No point on the proposed satellite corporate limits may be closer to the primarycorporate limits of another city than to the primary corporate limits of the annexingcity, except as set forth in subsection (b2) of this section.(3)The area must be so situated that the annexing city will be able to provide the same services within the proposed satellite corporate limits that it provides within itsprimary corporate limits.(4)If the area proposed for annexation, or any portion thereof, is a subdivision asdefined in G.S. 160A-376, all of the subdivision must be included. (5)The area within the proposed satellite corporate limits, when added to the areawithin all other satellite corporate limits, may not exceed ten percent (10%) of thearea within the primary corporate limits of the annexing city. AGENDA ITEM #17 This subdivision does not apply to the Cities of Belmont, Claremont, Concord, Conover, Durham, Elizabeth City, Gastonia, Greenville, Hickory, Kannapolis, Locust, Marion, Mount Airy, Mount Holly, New Bern, Newton, Oxford, Randleman, Roanoke Rapids, Rockingham, Sanford, Salisbury, Southport, Statesville, and Washington and the Towns of Ahoskie, Angier, Apex, Ayden, Benson, Bladenboro, Bridgeton, Burgaw, Calabash, Catawba, Clayton, Columbia, Columbus, Cramerton, Creswell, Dallas, Dobson, Four Oaks, Franklin, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Godwin, Granite Quarry, Green Level, Grimesland, Harrisburg, Holly Ridge, Holly Springs, Hookerton, Hope Mills, Huntersville, Jamestown, Kenansville, Kenly, Knightdale, Landis, Leland, Lillington, Louisburg, Maggie Valley, Maiden, Mayodan, Maysville, Middlesex, Midland, Mocksville, Morrisville, Mount Pleasant, Nashville, Oak Island, Ocean Isle Beach, Pembroke, Pine Level, Princeton, Ranlo, Richlands, Rolesville, Rutherfordton, Shallotte, Siler City, Smithfield, Spencer, Spring Lake, Stem, Stovall, Surf City, Swansboro, Taylorsville, Troutman, Troy, Wallace, Warsaw, Watha, Waynesville, Weldon, Wendell, Wilson's Mills, Windsor, Yadkinville, and Zebulon. (b1) Repealed by Session Laws 2004-203, ss. 13(a) and 13(d), effective August 17, 2004. (b2) A city may annex a noncontiguous area that does not meet the standard set out in subdivision (b)(2) of this section if the city has entered into an annexation agreement pursuant to Part 6 of this Article with the city to which a point on the proposed satellite corporate limits is closer and the agreement states that the other city will not annex the area but does not say that the annexing city will not annex the area. The annexing city shall comply with all other requirements of this section. (c) The petition shall contain the names, addresses, and signatures of all owners of real property within the proposed satellite corporate limits (except owners not required to sign by subsection (a)), shall describe the area proposed for annexation by metes and bounds, and shall have attached thereto a map showing the area proposed for annexation with relation to the primary corporate limits of the annexing city. When there is any substantial question as to whether the area may be closer to another city than to the annexing city, the map shall also show the area proposed for annexation with relation to the primary corporate limits of the other city. The city council may prescribe the form of the petition. (d) A city council which receives a petition for annexation under this section may by ordinance require that the petitioners file a signed statement declaring whether or not vested rights with respect to the properties subject to the petition have been established under G.S. 160A-385.1 or G.S. 153A-344.1. If the statement declares that such rights have been established, the city may require petitioners to provide proof of such rights. A statement which declares that no vested rights have been established under G.S. 160A-385.1 or G.S. 153A-344.1 shall be binding on the landowner and any such vested rights shall be terminated. RECOMMENDED ACTION Approve the Resolution Directing the Town Clerk to Investigate a Noncontiguous Satellite Annexation Petition Received Under General Statue §160A-58.1 from Harold T. Butts, Jr. TOWN OF LILLINGTON 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2654 ● Fax (910) 893-3693 ● www.lillingtonnc.com RESOLUTION FY 2024-21 RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE CLERK TO INVESTIGATE A NON- CONTIGUOUS ANNEXATION PETITION RECEIVED UNDER G.S. 160A-58.1 FROM HAROLD T. BUTTS, JR. WHEREAS, a petition requesting annexation of a parcel described in said petition for property identified as PIN#: 0662-90-5908.000 was received by the Town Clerk; and WHEREAS, G.S. 160A-58.1 provides that the sufficiency of the petition shall be investigated by the Town Clerk before further annexation proceedings may take place; and WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Lillington, deems it advisable to proceed in response to this request for annexation. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Board of the Town of Lillington that: The Town Clerk was hereby directed at the May 14, 2024 Board Meeting to investigate the sufficiency of the above-described petition and to certify at the May 14, 2024 meeting to Town Board the result of her investigation. Adopted this the 14th day of May, 2024. Attest: _______________________________ ______________________________ Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk Glenn McFadden, Mayor AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY Date of Meeting: May 14, 2024 Staff Work By: Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk AGENDA ITEM Consideration of Resolution Fixing Date of Public Hearing on Question of Annexation, Pursuant to G.S. §160A-58.1 as Requested by Harold T. Butts Jr. for Property Identified as PIN #: 0662-90- 5908.000. ITEM SUMMARY For your consideration is a Resolution Fixing Date of Public Hearing on Question of Annexation, Pursuant to G.S. §160A-58.1 for property identified as PIN#:0662-90-5908.000. § 160A-58.2. Public hearing. Upon receipt of a petition for annexation under this Part, the city council shall cause the city clerk toinvestigate the petition, and to certify the results of his investigation. If the clerk certifies that uponinvestigation the petition appears to be valid, the council shall fix a date for a public hearing on theannexation. Notice of the hearing shall be published once at least 10 days before the date of hearing. At the hearing, any person residing in or owning property in the area proposed for annexation and any resident of the annexing city may appear and be heard on the questions of the sufficiency of the petition and the desirability of the annexation. If the council then finds and determines that (i) the area described in the petition meets all of the standards set out in G.S. 160A-58.1(b), (ii) the petition bears the signatures of all of the owners of real property within the area proposed for annexation (except those not required to sign by G.S. 160A-58.1(a)), (iii) the petition is otherwise valid, and (iv) the public health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the city and of the area proposed for annexation will be best served by the annexation, the council may adopt an ordinance annexing the area described in the petition. The ordinance may be made effective immediately or on any specified date within six months from the date of passage. RECOMMENDED ACTION Approve Resolution Fixing Date of Public Hearing for June 11, 2024, on Question of Annexation, Pursuant to G.S. §160A-58.1 as Requested by Harold T. Butts, Jr. for Property Identified as PIN #: 0662-90-5908.000. AGENDA ITEM #18 TOWN OF LILLINGTON 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2654 ● Fax (910) 893-3693 ● www.lillingtonnc.com RESOLUTION FY 2024-22 RESOLUTION FIXING DATE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON QUESTION OF ANNEXATION, PURSUANT TO G.S. 160A-58.2 AS REQUESTED BY HAROLD T. BUTTS IDENTIFIED AS PIN#: 0662-90-5908.000 WHEREAS, a petition requesting annexation of the non-contiguous area described herein has been received; and WHEREAS, the Lillington Town Board has by resolution directed the Town Clerk to investigate the sufficiency of the petition; and WHEREAS, certification by the Town Clerk as to the sufficiency of the petition has been made. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Board of the Town of Lillington, North Carolina that: Section 1. A public hearing on the question of annexation of the non-contiguous area described herein will be held at the Town of Lillington Town Hall, 102 East Front Street, Lillington, North Carolina, at 6:00 p.m., or shortly thereafter, on the 11th day of June, 2024. Section 2. The area proposed for annexation is described as follows: Commencing at the centerline intersection of NCSR # 2215 and NCSR # 1512 having C Grid Coordinates of: N - 621,806.76 and E- 2,069,377.11 (NAD 83 2012B) 2018: Thence South 46 degrees 35 minutes 51 seconds West-43.75 feet to an iron stake set on the southern right of way of CSR# 2215, a 60 foot public right of way, the point of BEGINNING: Thence leaving said right of way, South 07 degrees 31 minutes 09 seconds West- 368.33 feet to an iron stake; Thence North 89 degrees 41 minutes 02 seconds East - 331.24 feet to an iron stake; Thence North 84 degrees 30 minutes 14 seconds East- 163.54 feet to an existing iron stake; Thence South 07 degrees 26 minutes 59 seconds West- 338.09 feet to an iron stake; Thence South 39 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds East - 300.86 feet to an existing iron stake; Thence South 67 degrees 45 minutes 54 seconds East - 661.13 feet to a bent flatbar; Thence South 45 degrees 58 minutes 20 seconds West - 865.52 feet to an existing iron Town of Lillington | 2 102 East Front Street ● P.O. Box 296 ● Lillington, North Carolina 27546 Phone: (910) 893-2864 ● Fax (910) 893-3607 ● www.lillingtonnc.com stake; Thence North 43 degrees 56 minutes 16 seconds West - 1126.08 feet to an iron stake; Thence North 89 degrees 11 minjutes 14 seconds West - 361.94 feet to an existing iron pipe, having NC Grid Coordinates ofN - 620,825.93 and E-2,068,785.07; Thence North 02 degrees 30 minutes 18 seconds East- 997.06 feet to an iron stake on the southern right of way of CSR# 2215; Thence the following calls along said southern right of way: South 83 degrees 24 minutes 21 seconds East - 73.26 feet to an iron stake; South 83 degrees 31 minutes 41 seconds East - 75.96 feet to an iron stake; South 83 degrees 51 minutes 14 seconds East-77.28 feet to an iron stake; South 84 degrees 17 minutes 44 seconds East- 77.57 feet to an iron stake; South 85 degrees 00 minutes 54 seconds East - 76.85 feet to an iron stake; South 86 degrees 20 minutes 56 seconds East - 60.65 feet to an iron stake; South 88 degrees 37 minutes 53 seconds East- 77.35 feet to an iron stake, the point of BEGINNING, containing 31.549 acres+/-, and the property as described in Deed Book 1320 Page 863, as recorded in the Harnett County Register of Deeds. Section 3. Notice of the public hearing shall be published once in a newspaper having general circulation in the Town of Lillington, at least ten (10) days prior to the date of the public hearing. Adopted this the 14th day of May, 2024. Attest: _______________________________ ______________________________ Lindsey B. Lucas, Town Clerk Glenn McFadden, Mayor