Items for Consideration for the
September 12, 2019 Meeting

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

August 29, 2019 - Government Center

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  1. Approval of Minutes for the Meeting of August 8, 2019
    1. Public Hearing on a Proposed Ordinance to name an Unnamed Road Segment Located off Camp Betty Hastings Road Within the Unincorporated Area of Forsyth County, Conifer Road
    2. Ordinance Naming an Unnamed Road Segment Located off Camp Betty Hastings Road Within the Unincorporated Area of Forsyth County, Conifer Road (MapForsyth Addressing Team)
    1. Public Hearing on the Proposed Submission of an Application to North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality for a Community Block Grant in the Amount of $1,800,000
    2. Resolution Authorizing Submission of an Application to North Carolina department of Environmental Quality for a Community Development Block Grant in the Amount of $1,800,000 (Community and Economic Development Department)
    1. Public Hearing to Consider $70,000,000 Bond Installment Financing Agreement for the Purpose of Constructing the New Courthouse Facility
    2. Resolution Making Certain Findings and Determinations Regarding the Financing of a New Courthouse Facility for the County of Forsyth, North Carolina, Pursuant to an Installment Financing Agreement and Requesting the Local Government Commission to Approve the Financing Arrangement
  2. PUBLIC SESSION

    Persons who wish to speak concerning items on this agenda, or who wish to speak about a matter relating to County Government (other than a public hearing matter on this agenda), should complete a speaker card and hand it to the Clerk before the meeting begins. It is not necessary to complete a card if you are going to speak about a public hearing matter on this agenda. The Chairman may limit the number of speakers on a topic relating to future advertised public hearing matters. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes each. The public session will be limited to 30 minutes.

  3. Resolution Approving the Involuntary Commitment Transportation Plan for Forsyth County as Required by Session Law 2018-33 (SB630)
  4. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate Restricted Fund Balance from the Register of Deeds Automation Enhancement and Preservation Fund for Technology Purchases
  5. Amendment to the 2018 Smith Reynolds Airport Capital Projects Ordinance (Multi-Year Aviation Projects)
  6. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate the Remaining Portion of a Collective Impact Grant Through the UNC School of Government, in Partnership with Blue Cross/Blue Shield of NC, to Develop and Implement Local Government Response to the Opioid Crisis (Public Health, Social Services, Emergency Services)
  7. Budget Ordinance Amendment to Appropriate Grant Funds from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, Women’s and Children’s Health Section, Nutrition Services Branch to the Forsyth County Department of Public Health
    1. Resolution Authorizing Acceptance of up to $10,000 in Grant Funds for Participation in the Vector Control Collaborative (VCC), Established by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to the Forsyth County Department of Public Health
    2. Budget Ordinance Amendment to Appropriate $10,000 in Grant Funds from the Vector Control Collaborative (VCC), Established by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to the Forsyth County Department of Public Health
  8. Amendment to the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate Fund Balance Related to a Mini-Grant from North Carolina State University for the Purchase of Equipment for Corn and Soybean Test Plots for Farmers in Forsyth and Surrounding Counties Switching from Tobacco to Grain Farming
  9. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Appropriate Fund Balance Related to a Grant from Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust for the Implementation and Support of a Youth Urban Gardening Internship Program
  10. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance Appropriating $1,000 from the Shaun Edward Stewart Fund, a Donor-Advised Fund of the Winston-Salem Foundation Designated for the Stepping Up SUPER Program
    1. Amendment to the FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance to Establish a Capital Reserve Fund
    2. Amendment to the Debt Service Fund
    3. Adoption of Capital Reserve Fund

    1. Resolution Authorizing Execution of Necessary Documents to Apply for and Receive U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, FY 2019 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Funds
    2. Resolution Ratifying and Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Agreement Between Forsyth County and the City of Winston-Salem Regarding the Shared Use of FY 2019 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) (Local Solicitation) Funds
  11. Resolution Ratifying and Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Agreement Between Forsyth County and Winston-Salem Transit Authority for Provision on Non-Emergency Medical-Related Transportation (NEMT) Services to Medicaid Eligible Recipients (Forsyth County Department of Social Services)
  12. Resolution Ratifying and Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Agreement Between Forsyth County and Winston-Salem Transit Authority for the Purchase of Bus Passes to Assist Eligible Recipients of Work First, Adult Services, Family & Children’s Services and Medicaid Transportation Services with Transportation Needs (Forsyth County Department of Social Services)
    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
    2. Amendment to the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance (Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office)
  13. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Law Enforcement Duty Footwear (Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office)
  14. Resolution Approving the Purchase of Law Enforcement Camera Systems, Equipment, Licenses and Other Related Services Under an Exception to the Bidding Laws Codified in N.C.G.S. 143-129(e)(6) and Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Law Enforcement Camera Systems, Equipment, Licenses and Other Related Services to Axon Enterprise, Inc. (Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office)
  15. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of Two 2019 Dodge Durango Pursuit SUVs (Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office)
  16. Resolution Awarding a Contract for the Purchase of 2019 Dodge Charger Police Pursuit Vehicles (General Services Department)
  17. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Amendment to a Contract with West & Stem Architects, PLLC to Provide Additional Services for the Clemmons Branch Library Project (General Services Department)
  18. Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Agreement Between Forsyth County and Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center for Mammography Screening and Diagnostic Services (Forsyth County Public Health Department)
  19. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Contract to Provide Legal Services for Foreclosure Actions on Delinquent Real Property Accounts (Forsyth County Tax Department)
  20. Franchise Ordinance Agreement For Residential and Small Business Solid Waste Collection, Transportation and Disposal Services with optional Recycling Services in Franchise Areas 9 and 10 (Environmental Assistance and Protection)
  21. Ordinance Revising Section 6-1 of the Forsyth County Code
  22. Resolution Approving Refunds by the Tax Assessor/Collector in the Amount of $1,153.28 (North Carolina Vehicle Tax System, Over $100)
  23. Appointments:
    1. Twelve (12) Appointments to the ADULT CARE HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE [Capacities: Six (6) 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, March 28, 2019 and June 27, 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, to Fill the Unexpired Term of Kyle Troxell, Expiring February 2020 [Capacity: Special Experience or Education in Design]
    4. Four (4) Appointments to the CONSOLIDATED HUMAN SERVICES BOARD, One (1) Appointment to Fill an Unexpired Term, Expiring October 2021 and Three (3) Appointments, Four-Year Terms, Expiring September 2023 [Capacities: Two (2) At Large, One (1) Consumer of Human Services and One (1) Registered Nurse]
    5. Two (2) Appointments to the EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL, Three-Year Terms, Expiring September 2022 [Capacity: General Member]
    6. One (1) Appointment to EXPERIMENT IN SELF-RELIANCE, Three-Year Term, Expiring September 2022 [Capacity: Open]
    7. One (1) Appointment to the FORSYTH COUNTY HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE BLOCK GRANT ADVISORY COUNCIL, to Fill the Unexpired Term of Keshia Wisley, Expiring February 2021 [Capacity: Open]
    8. One (1) Appointment to the FORSYTH COUNTY JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL, Two-Year Term, Expiring June 2020 [Capacity: District Attorney or Designee] (Continued from the Meeting of June 27, 2019)
    9. Two (2) Appointments to the INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES AND POLLUTION CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY, Six-Year Terms, Expiring March 2025 [Capacity: Open] (Continued from the Meetings of March 28, 2019 and June 27, 2019)
    10. Two (2) Appointments to the LIBRARY BOARD , Three-Year Terms, Expiring July 2022 [Capacity: Open]
    11. Five (5) Appointments to the NURSING HOME COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE, FORSYTH COUNTY [Capacities: Four (4) Open and One (1) Administrators' Slot] (Continued from the Meetings of December 14, 2017, March 1, 2018, June 21, 2018, September 20, 2018, December 20, 2018, March 28, 2019 and June 27, 2019)
    12. Two (2) Appointments to the ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, KERNERSVILLE, Three-Year Terms, Expiring March 2022 [Capacities: Two (2) Alternate Member] (Continued from the Meetings of March 28, 2019 and June 27, 2019)
  24. Reports:
    1. June Contribution Based Benefit Report
    2. Human Resources Report for the Month of June 2019
    3. Tax Assessor/Collector Refunds (Under $100)
    4. Medical Director Appointment

ADJOURNMENT


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Forsyth County Government Center, Winston-Salem, NC 27101