Items for Consideration for the
June 27, 2019 Meeting

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

June 13, 2019 - Government Center

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    1. Public Hearing on Zoning Petition of Gerald Byerly and William Byerly from RS9 to GB-L (Storage Services, Retail): Property is Located on the Southeast Side of Ebert Road, North of Evans Road (Zoning Docket F-1582)
    2. Ordinance Amending the Forsyth County Zoning Ordinance and Official Zoning Map of the County of Forsyth, North Carolina
    3. Approval of Special Use District Permit
    4. Approval of Site Plan
    1. Public Hearing on Zoning Petition of Rodney Longworth from AG to LI-S(Arts & Crafts Studio; Building Materials Supply; Wholesale Trade A; Wholesale Trade B; Banking & Financial Services; Building Contractors, General; Offices; Services, A; Services, B; Storage Services, Retail; Testing & Research Laboratory; Warehousing; Recreation Services, Public; Adult Day Care Center; Child Care, Drop-In; Child Care, Sick Children; Child Day Care Center; College or University; Hospital or Health Center; Police or Fire Station; Government Offices, Neighborhood Organization, or Post Office; Postal Processing Facility; Schools, Vocational or Professional; Manufacturing A; Manufacturing B; Helistop; Park and Shuttle Lot; Parking, Commercial; Transmission Tower): Property is Located West of Millennium Drive, North of Cumbie Road (F-1585)
    2. Ordinance Amending the Forsyth County Zoning Ordinance and Official Zoning Map of the County of Forsyth, North Carolina
    3. Approval of Special Use District Permit
    4. Approval of Site Plan
  1. PUBLIC SESSION

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  2. Amendment to 2016 Schools Capital Projects Ordinance (Maintenance and Capital Projects)
  3. Amendment to 2016 Schools Capital Projects Ordinance (North Forsyth Renovation and Griffith Elementary Addition)
  4. Amendment to 2016 Schools Capital Projects Ordinance (Technology Upgrades, Phase II)
  5. Adoption of the 2020 Housing Grant Projects Ordinance (Community and Economic Development)
    1. Amendment to the 2018 Pay-Go Capital Projects Ordinance to Transfer Funds to the General Fund for Subsequent Appropriation in the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance
    2. Amendment to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Budget Ordinance to Accept Transfer from the 2018 Pay-Go Capital Projects Ordinance
    1. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Establish a Debt Service Fund
    2. Adoption of Debt Service Fund
  6. Amendment to the FY 2018-2019 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate General Fund Revenue Received from Oil Sales to Apply to the Costs of Decommissioning Underground Storage Tanks at the Hall of Justice
  7. Amendment to the FY 2018-2019 Fire Tax District Special Revenue Fund and Budget Ordinance to Appropriate Additional Sales Tax Proceeds (Finance Department)
  8. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Contract Between Forsyth County and Ebsco Industries, Inc., to Provide Library Staff and Customers with Access to Four Online Database Resources (Forsyth County Public Library)
  9. Resolution Approving the Revised Community-Based Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) Operating Policies and Procedures
    1. Resolution Authorizing Execution of Agreements with Volunteer Fire Departments to Provide Fire Protection and Ambulance and Rescue Services to Rural Fire Protection and Service Districts in Forsyth County
    2. Resolution Ratifying and Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Agreement with the City of King to Provide Fire Protection and Rescue Services to the King Fire and Rescue Protection District
    3. Resolution Ratifying and Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Agreement with the Town of Rural Hall to Provide Fire Protection and Rescue Services to the Rural Hall (Suburban) Fire and Rescue Protection District
    1. Resolution Ratifying and Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Agreement Between Forsyth County and the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education for the Provision of School Resource Officer Deputy Services (Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office)
    2. Amendment to the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance
  10. Resolution Awarding a Contract to Law Enforcement Services Group, PLLC for Pre- and Post-Hire Psychological and Medical Services (Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office)
  11. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Agreement Between Hologic, Inc., and Forsyth County to Provide Laboratory Test Supplies for the Hologic Panther to Forsyth County Department of Public Health (Forsyth County Department of Public Health)
  12. Resolution Authorizing Publication of an Offer to Purchase County Owned Real Property by Negotiated Offer, Advertisement, and Upset Bid Procedure (121 N. Church Street)
  13. Appointments:
    1. Ten (10) Appointments to the ADULT CARE HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE [Capacities: Four (4) Open and Six (6) Administrators' Slot] (Continued from the Meetings of December 14, 2017, March 1, 2018, June 21, 2018, September 20, 2018, December 20, 2018, and March 28, 2019)
    2. Five (5) Appointments to the ANIMAL CONTROL ADVISORY BOARD, Two-Year Terms, Expiring May 2021 [Capacities: Two (2) At Large, One (1) County Resident Who is a Member, Employee or Officer in a Forsyth County Animal Welfare Organization, One (1) County Resident Who is an Owner of an Animal Other than a Cat or Dog and One (1) County Resident Who is an Owner of a Fertile Hunting Dog]
    3. One (1) Appointment to the APPEARANCE COMMISSION, WINSTON-SALEM/FORSYTH COUNTY, Three-Year Term, Expiring February 2022 [Capacity: Special Experience or Education in Design] (Continued from the Meeting of March 28, 2019)
    4. One (1) Appointment to the COMMUNITY CHILD PROTECTION TEAM/CHILD FATALITY PREVENTION TEAM, Three-Year Term, Expiring June 2020 [Capacity: Parent of Child Who Died Before Reaching Age 18] (Continued from the Meetings of July 13, 2017, September 28, 2017, December 14, 2017, March 1, 2018, June 21, 2018 September 20, 2018, December 20, 2018, and March 28, 2019)
    5. One (1) Appointment to the ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE AND PROTECTION BOARD, Three-Year Term, Expiring May 2022 [Capacity: Open]
    6. One (1) Appointment to the FORSYTH COUNTY HISTORIC RESOURCES COMMISSION to Fill the Unexpired Term of Jordan Jones, Expiring November 2019 [Capacity: Archaeologist, Landscape Architect/Designer, Planner, Surveyor or Arborist]
    7. Fifteen (15) Appointments to the FORSYTH COUNTY JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL [Capacities: Seven (7) At Large, One (1) District Attorney or Designee, One (1) Member of the Business Community, One (1) Member of the Faith Community, One (1) Parks and Recreation Representative, One (1) Person Under Age 18 (Who is a Member of the State Youth Council), One (1) Person Under Age 18, One (1) Substance Abuse Professional, One (1) United Way/ Other Non-Profit Representative]
    8. One (1) Appointment to the FORSYTH TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, Four-Year Term, Expiring June 2023 [Capacity: Open]
    9. Two (2) Appointments to the INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES AND POLLUTION CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY, Six-Year Terms, Expiring March 2025 [Capacity: Open] (Continued from the Meeting of March 28, 2019)
    10. One (1) Appointment to the JURY COMMISSION, Two-Year Term, Expiring June 2021 [Capacity: BOC Appointee]
    11. Two (2) Appointments to the KALEIDEUM BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Three-Year Terms, Expiring June 2022 [Capacities: Two (2) County Delegate]
    12. Eight (8) Appointments to the NURSING HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE, FORSYTH COUNTY [Capacities: Six (6) Open and Two (2) Administrators' Slot] (Continued from the Meetings of December 14, 2017, March 1, 2018, June 21, 2018, September 20, 2018, December 20, 2018, and March 28, 2019)
    13. Six (6) Appointments to the PIEDMONT TRIAD REGIONAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD, Two-Year Terms, Expiring June 2021 [Capacities: Three (3) Business, One (1) Community Based, One (1) Small Business and One (1) Wagner-Peyser]
    14. One (1) Joint Appointment to the PLANNING BOARD, KERNERSVILLE, Three-Year Term, Expiring June 2022 [Capacity: County Resident]
    15. One (1) Appointment to the UTILITY COMMISSION, Five-Year Term, Expiring June 2024 [Capacity: Open]
    16. Two (2) Appointments to the ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, FORSYTH COUNTY, Three-Year Terms, Expiring April 2022 [Capacities: One (1) Alternate Member and One (1) Regular Member]
    17. Two (2) Appointments to the ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, KERNERSVILLE, Three-Year Terms, Expiring March 2022 [Capacities: Two (2) Alternate Member] (Continued from the Meeting of March 28, 2019)
  14. Reports:
    1. May Contribution Based Benefit Report
    2. Fuel Surcharge Report for Solid Waste: March 2019-May 2019

ADJOURNMENT


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Forsyth County Government Center, Winston-Salem, NC 27101