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									IREDELL COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
REGULAR MINUTES
SEPTEMBER 3, 2002

        The Iredell County Board of Commissioners met in Regular Session on Tuesday,
September 3, 2002, at 7:00 p.m., in the Iredell County Government Center, 200 South Center
Street, Statesville, NC.

       Present: Chairman Sara Haire Tice
                Vice Chairman Karen B. Ray
                Tommy E. Bowles
                Steve D. Johnson
                R. Godfrey Williams

       Staff Present: County Manager Joel Mashburn, County Attorney Bill Pope, Finance
Director Susan Blumenstein, Planning Supervisor Ron Smith, Animal Control Supervisor Sidney
Weisner, and Clerk to the Board Jean Moore.

     CALL TO ORDER by Chairman Tice

     INVOCATION by Commissioner Ray

     PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

     ADJUSTMENTS OF THE AGENDA: MOTION by Chairman Tice to adjust the
agenda by adding a Request for the Approval of a Disease Vector Control Ordinance.

     VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0

                                 PUBLIC HEARINGS
     Chairman Tice declared the meeting to be in a public hearing.

     CONSIDERATION OF AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE FOR
MILLARD REFRIGERATION: Jeff McKay, the Director for the Greater Statesville
Development Corporation, said the Millard Refrigeration Company desired to purchase and
expand the former Polar Cold Storage facility located off Highway 90. He said the first
phase investment would be $6 million, and the company would employ 20 people. McKay
said the site needed infrastructure (water/sewer) improvements, and he was seeking a
$112,800 (over five-year period) economic incentive package for the company.

       No one else spoke, and Chairman Tice adjourned the hearing.

        MOTION by Commissioner Johnson to grant the request and to allow an economic
incentive package up to $112,800 (over a five-year period), based on a $6 million investment
in Iredell County by Millard Refrigeration.

       VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0

       Chairman Tice declared the meeting to be in a public hearing.

        CONSIDERATION OF AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE FOR
BESTSWEET, INC: Melanie O’Connell Underwood, the Executive Vice President and
Economic Developer for the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce said
BestSweet, formerly Beacon Sweets, desired to make a $7.8 million expansion and that the
company was seeking an economic incentive from the county. She said the company
currently employed 220 people and the expansion would create 40 new jobs.

        Andy Cohen, the Chairman for BestSweet, said his company had been selected by
Pharmacia, to manufacture Luden’s Throat Lozenges. Cohen said BestSweet was a contract
manufacturer, and as such, its name did not appear on some product packaging. Mr. Cohen
said an expansion, both in the facility and equipment, was needed to accommodate the five-
year contract. He said the facility expansion would cost $4.6 million and the equipment
would be worth $3.2 million for a total investment of $7.8 million.

    No one else spoke, and Chairman Tice adjourned the hearing.

    MOTION by Commissioner Ray to grant the request and to allow an economic incentive
package up to $146,640 (over a five-year period), based on a $7.8 million investment in
Iredell County by BestSweet, Inc.

    VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays - 0

    Chairman Tice declared the meeting to be in a public hearing.

     REZONING REQUEST; JONG S. SONG PROPERTY, CASE NO. 0208-2, FROM
NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS TO R-20, SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
(LOCATION: BUFFALO SHOALS ROAD, STATESVILLE, NC): Planning Supervisor
Smith said the applicant, Jong Song, desired to rezone 3.28 acres from Neighborhood Business
(NB) to R-20, Single Family Residential District. Smith said the property could be identified by
PIN#4723-72-7225, and the applicant was proposing to subdivide the parcel and construct duplexes
and single-family homes. He said the current NB zoning was in conflict with the Land
Development Plan, and the R-20 zoning would make it compliant. Mr. Smith said the planning
staff was in favor of the rezoning, and that on August 7, 2002, the planning board unanimously
recommended approval.

        No one else desired to speak, and Chairman Tice adjourned the hearing.

       MOTION by Commissioner Williams to grant the rezoning request from Neighborhood
Business to R-20, Single Family Residential District for Case No. 0208-2.

        VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays - 0

       Chairman Tice declared the meeting to be in a public hearing. (Due to the next case
involving conditional uses, the individuals desiring to speak were sworn in.)

        REZONING REQUEST; GLENN H. MCKAY & HUGH G. MCKAY III
PROPERTY,          CASE NO. 0208-4, FROM RESIDENTIAL AGRICULTURAL TO
NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS CONDITIONAL USE DISTRICT                                       (LOCATION:
NORTHEAST CORNER OF BRAWLEY SCHOOL ROAD AND BLUME ROAD,
MOORESVILLE, NC – PORTION OF PIN# 4636-39-9413): Smith said the owners and
applicant desired to rezone 41 acres of a 90-acre tract of land. He said several conditions had been
established in an effort to make the request compliant with the Brawley School Peninsula Plan
(BSPP). Smith said the rezoning was speculative at this time, and a site specific development plan
had not been submitted. Mr. Smith said, however, the request met the intent of the BSPP if
developed under the plan’s standards. He said the planning board on August 7, 2002,
recommended approval in a 6-3 vote. The conditions for the rezoning were:

• 24% or under impervious area of the 41.42 acre tract and shall conform with the regulations of the Low
  Density Option of the Watershed Regulations
• Intersection improvements will be coordinated with NCDOT
• Development would comply with the current Roadway Protection Overlay regulations with the addition of
  the following:
             •Building orientation closer to the road
             •Parking in the side and/or rear or clustered
             •Canopy trees along Brawley School Road and interior streets at 40’ on center
             •Monument signs for perimeter properties and arm signs and storefront signs for interior
              properties
             •Monument signs - maximum 36 square feet sign face, 6’ height maximum; Arm signs  —


              maximum 6 square feet sign face, 6’ height maximum
• Road and sidewalk connectivity between residential and nonresidential land uses
• Street stub-outs to adjacent properties including, if feasible and practical, a connection from Vance
  Road in Lochmere Subdivision through project to Blume Road




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•      Driveway entrances limited to one on Brawley School Road and two on Blume Road depending on
       NCDOT determination.
•      Clustering of the single family development, if practical.
•      Architectural standards as follows:
     -At least 70% of the street level frontages shall be in windows or doorways. Street level windows shall be
 visually permeable. Mirrored glass is not permitted in any location. Faux or display casement is not permitted
 in lieu of exterior window treatments for the frontage elevation.
     -No frontage wall shall remain unpierced by a window or functional general access doorway for more than
 16 feet.
     -The principal, functional doorway for public or direct-entry access into a building shall be from the fronting
 street. Corner entrances shall be provided on corner lot buildings.
     -Decorative cornices shall be provided for buildings with a flat roof. Alternatively, eaves shall be provided
 with a pitched roof.
     -A building canopy, awning, or similar weather protection may be provided and should project 3-5 feet from
 the façade.
     -Commercial building walls shall be brick, cast concrete, stucco, stone, marble, or other materials similar in
 appearance and durability. Regular or decorative concrete block may be used on building walls not visible from
 a public street or as an accent material only. All accessory buildings shall be clad in materials similar in
 appearance to the principal building.
     -Pitched roofs shall be clad in wood shingles, standing seam metal, corrugated metal, slate, diamond tab
 asphalt shingles, or similar materials.
     -Signs on the inside of glazed openings may be neon.
     -All visibly exposed facades shall have a recognizable base course, which shall align with the sill level of
 the first story consisting of, but not limited to: thicker walls, ledges or sills; integrally colored and patterned
 materials such as smooth finished stone or tile; lighter or darker colored materials, mullions, or panels;
 and/or planters.
   -All visibly exposed facades shall have a recognizable top consisting of, but not limited to: cornice
treatments, other than just colored stripes or bands, with integrally textured materials such as stone or other
masonry or differently colored materials; sloping roof with overhangs and brackets: stepped parapets; and/or a
cornice which shall terminate or cap the top of a building wall.
   -Two wall materials may be combined horizontally on one facade. The heavier material should be below.
   -Skylights shall be flat (non-bubble).
   -Stucco shall be float finish.
   -Windows shall be set to the inside of the building face wall.
   -All rooftop equipment shall be enclosed in building material that matches the structure or is visually
compatible with the structure.

       Hugh McKay (co-owner of the property) said his family had owned the land since the
1880s. He said the 41 acres of land would be sold, and the rezoning would help justify the
extension of water and sewer on Brawley School Road.

      Juanita Ostwalt Brown spoke in opposition to the rezoning. Ms. Brown said the
Brawley School Road was overdeveloped already, and there was too much traffic.

       In response to Ms. Brown’s concerns, Commissioner Bowles said the request was of
a “conservative nature.” He said the current zoning allowed housing developments to be
built.

         Commissioner Johnson asked Mr. Smith about the speculative nature of the request.

       Smith acknowledged that no immediate plans had been developed for the site, and the
development would work better if the utilities were already in place. He said, however, that
in some cases, the conditional uses might be more restrictive than an actual site plan.

         No one else desired to speak, and Chairman Tice adjourned the hearing.

       MOTION by Commissioner Bowles, after reviewing the findings of fact and
determining them to be in order, to grant the request in Case No. 0208-4 and rezone the
property from Residential Agricultural to Neighborhood Business Conditional Use District.

         VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0.




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    PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE IREDELL COUNTY SUBDIVISION
 ORDINANCE; SECTIONS 405.5 & 405.7:                           ACCESS TO ADJACENT
 PROPERTIES & OTHER ROAD STANDARDS REQUIREMENTS: Smith said that
 one of the recommendations from the Balanced Growth Committee pertained to the
 connectivity of subdivisions. He said the planning staff had been requested by the board of
 commissioners, at the Winter Planning Session, to draft an amendment that would require
 connectivity when feasible. He said the current subdivision ordinance could require
 connectivity; however, the North Carolina Department of Transportation had to also
 require it. Mr. Smith then shared the following revisions to the ordinance.

 (Note: Words to be deleted from the current ordinance are indicated by strikethroughs. Added words and
 sentences are underlined.)

 Amendment To:           Subdivision Ordinance

 405.5 Access to Adjacent Properties

  Where it is deemed necessary and beneficial to the interconnectivity of local land development desirable-by
 the Subdivision Administrator NCDOT, proposed roads shall be extended by dedication to the boundary of
 such the developing property and a temporary turn around provided within the existing right of way. The road
 shall be designed and constructed as a public road and shall be required except when the Subdivision
 Administrator determines that:

                A.       Physical barriers or environmentally sensitive areas cannot reasonably be crossed
                         (for example, railroads, watercourses, steep topography, or flood areas).
                B.       There is a large discrepancy in the size of the adjacent parcel. (A smaller parcel
                         being subdivided may not have to provide a stub to a much larger parcel, if other,
                         more desirable, interconnections are available to the large parcel.)
                C.       The stub road would connect to property for which development rights have been
                         sold for a public purpose and access to the property is not desirable for orderly
                         development of the road network.
                D.       The stub road would cause the existing roads to go over the capacity allowed on that
                         portion on the roadway.

 405.7 Other Road Standards Requirements

                A.      Through Traffic Discouraged on Residential Collector and Local Roads

                        Residential collector and local roads shall be laid out in such a way that their use by
                        through traffic will be discouraged. The intent of the street design is to provide
                        multiple connections to existing and future developments, disperse traffic and
                        maintain reduced speeds. Roads shall be designed or walkways dedicated to assure
                        convenient access to parks, playgrounds, schools, or other places of public assembly.

                J.       Entry Points for the Subdivision

                         At least two entry points will be provided in subdivisions that contain one hundred
                         (100) or more dwelling units and to all lots within the subdivision except where
                         properties are accessed by a cul-de-sac conforming with Section 405.7.J of the
                         Subdivision Ordinance. The Subdivision Administrator and/or the Subdivision
                         Review Committee does reserve the right to allow other alternatives if the curb cuts
                         for the two accesses cannot meet the minimum distance allowed according to
                         NCDOT regulations at any location.

        No one else desired to speak, and Chairman Tice adjourned the hearing.

         MOTION by Commissioner Johnson to adopt the subdivision ordinance revisions
relating to 405.5 and 405.7 as presented.

        VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0




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                   APPOINTMENTS BEFORE THE BOARD

       SARA NESTLER SPEAKS IN REFERENCE TO THE ANIMAL CONTROL
ORDINANCE: Ms. Nestler said she lived off the Westmoreland Road, in Mooresville,
NC, and she was proposing an ordinance that would limit the number of dogs county
residents could keep inside or outside their homes. She said breeders had to be licensed if
they had more than five female canines, and kennels were restricted to minimum acreages
by the zoning ordinance, but there was nothing to prevent someone from having multiple
dogs. Mrs. Nestler said she was aware of a property owner who had 38 dogs. She voiced
concerns about the sanitation at the home and the noise from the barking dogs. Nestler
said the reason she had not approached a magistrate, or the zoning board about the problem,
was that she was trying to prevent the animals from being destroyed. Mrs. Nestler said she
was trying to get an ordinance enacted that would prevent similar situations in the future.

      Commissioner Bowles asked how the owner acquired 38 dogs. He also asked if the
dogs ever went on Mrs. Nestler’s property.

       Nestler said the animals were either “penned” on the owner’s lot or they were
confined to crates inside the home. Mrs. Nestler said the dogs that were outside barked day
and night. She said it was her understanding the owners had originally planned to breed the
dogs and sell them, but they realized this would constitute a zoning violation. Mrs. Nestler
said the dogs, Pomeranians and Dachshunds, had very little contact with humans and some
might not be adoptable. She said the animals had not been vaccinated, and the Humane
Society was trying to place the animals with “rescue groups.”

      Bowles asked Mrs. Nestler how many dogs she felt should be the limit.

      Nestler said she didn’t know if “five might be too many or not enough.” She
mentioned some exceptions might have to be made for hunting dogs.

      Animal Control Supervisor Sidney Weisner said he was familiar with the situation
described by Mrs. Nestler. Weisner said his office was working with the Humane Society in
an effort to find “rescue groups” for some of the animals. Mr. Weisner said the owners
were receptive to the idea of some of the animals being adopted or removed from the
property. He said the owners were also assisting with vaccinations for some of the friendlier
animals, and the Humane Society had found a place for 20 of the dogs.

       Judging from past experiences, Commissioner Johnson asked Mr. Weisner if he felt
the assistance from the Humane Society would be enough to remedy similar situations in the
future, if they occurred.

       Weisner said the Humane Society had rescue contacts all over the United States. He
said that if the dogs were of a mixed breed, it would be more difficult to locate homes for
them.

       Bowles asked Mr. Weisner what his preference was on remedying the 38-dog
situation -- creating an ordinance or working with the owners on a one-on-one basis.

      Weisner said that in this particular situation, he felt the assistance from the Humane
Society was the best route. He said that if an ordinance were adopted with restrictions on
the number of dogs a property owner could keep, that he wouldn’t have enough staff to
enforce it.

      Johnson raised concerns about the owners breeding more dogs in the future,
especially if some of the animals remained at the home.

      Weisner said a “sizeable” ticket had been issued to the owners for not having the
animals vaccinated. He said he felt the owners realized the seriousness of the situation.

     Nestler said the sheriff’s department had been called to the property before, and the
owners were “not getting the message.” She said the area residents could not sleep at night



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 or sit outside due to the noise. Mrs. Nestler said the owners still planned to keep eight to
 twelve dogs, and a year from now there would probably be 38 again.

        Commissioner Williams asked Attorney Pope if he knew of any other solutions for
 the problem.

       Pope said Mrs. Nestler could exercise her right to hire a lawyer and bring suit against
 the dog owners.

       Commissioner Williams asked when the animals would be removed from the
 property.

        Weisner said some of the dogs may have been removed over the weekend. He said
 he didn’t know how many dogs the owners desired to keep. He added that sometimes the
 Humane Society assisted with the spaying or neutering of animals. Mr. Weisner said he had
 talked with about 25 counties, and he couldn’t find any that had a restrictive ordinance.

         Commissioner Ray requested that Mr. Weisner keep the board members abreast of
 this situation, as well as any others that might be happening in the county.

         Weisner agreed to give an update in 30 days.

       Janet McClure spoke and said Ms. Nestler was requesting an ordinance that would
prevent the situation from happening in the future.

        ROBIN HOWARD SPEAKS IN REFERENCE TO SCHOOL CHOICE: Mrs.
Robin Howard introduced her daughter, Jamie, a high school senior. She also introduced
Jamie’s friend, Lindsey. Howard said that in the fall of 2000, a letter from the Iredell-
Statesville School System was sent to South Iredell High School juniors and seniors stating
the school system had concerns for the upcoming graduating class and would not “dream” of
breaking them apart due to the opening of Lake Norman High School. Mrs. Howard said the
letter stated that if students chose a high school not in their district, they would have to
provide their own transportation. Howard said Jamie, along with her friends, chose the new
Lake Norman High School. She said later, towards the end of the year, they were told a
waiver would have to be obtained because Jamie lived in the South Iredell district. Howard
said the waiver form was completed, sent to the school system, and that five days before
school started, they were advised that Jamie would not be allowed to attend Lake Norman.
Mrs. Howard said they appealed the decision to the school board on August 15, but they
were again denied. She said her daughter had been greatly affected by the actions of the
school system and at one point decided to quit school. Howard said Jamie had withdrawn
from South Iredell High and was now attending Mooresville High School.

        Mrs. Howard said she contacted former school superintendent, Dr. Howard Coleman,
and he remembered the letter and its contents. Howard said she had contacted many school
systems in the state, and all of them said they never broke up a graduating class when a new
high school opened. Mrs. Howard said she had consulted with an attorney, and she was told
(1) to share her concerns with the board of commissioners and (2) to try to get new members
elected on the school board.

       Chairman Tice thanked Mrs. Howard for sharing her concerns, but she said the Pupil
Assignment Law did not authorize permission for the school board to delegate its duties to
the county commissioners. Tice said pupil assignment was strictly entrusted to the school
board.

------------------------------------------CONSENT AGENDA---------------------------------------------

         MOTION by Commissioner Ray to approve the following eight (8) consent agenda
items.

         VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0




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 1.    REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A ROAD MAINTENANCE ABANDONMENT
FOR A PORTION OF SR 3005 – TORRENCE CHAPEL ROAD (This abandonment,
requested by the Department of Transportation/Division 12, is due to a realignment in
conjunction with road improvements. The section (.09 mi./450’ ft.) to be abandoned is part
of an attempt to improve an intersection by widening the right-of-way and adjusting the
curve in the road.)

 2.     REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A HIGH-DENSITY APPLICATION FOR A
WSIV-PA WATERSHED (BUFFALO SHOALS ROAD & OLD MOUNTAIN ROAD)
(During the briefing, Planning Supervisor Smith said that Mr. George Eckart had requested
approval of the high density option in the WSIV-PA Watershed of the Lake Norman/Catawba
River Basin for a commercial project at the intersection of Bufalo Shoals Road (SR-1004) and
Old Mountain Road (SR-1005). He said the option would allow Eckart to exceed the standard
allowance of 36% built-upon coverage for buildings, parking, sidewalks, etc., but it couldn’t
surpass 70% built-upon coverage.

 3.    REQUEST FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT FOR APPROVAL OF A
 NEW PRENATAL DELIVERY FEE (A $1,000 delivery fee will be added to the Iredell
 County Health Department Fee Schedule. Currently, the health department pays its contract
 physician $1,000 to cover deliveries when the patient does not have insurance, Medicaid or
 Emergency Medicaid. The health department, in the future, will use a sliding fee scale to
 determine a patient’s delivery charge.)

4. REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF BUDGET AMENDMENT #6 FOR THE
RECOGNITION OF ADDITIONAL REVENUE FROM SALES TAXES AND
REPAYMENTS FROM MUNICIPALITIES FOR PAYMENT OF A FEE TO BOB
SEGAL, CPA: Finance Director Susan Blumenstein said during the briefing that the latest
sales tax audit performed by Bob Segal had resulted in additional sales tax allocations of
$28,818. Blumenstein said $11,527, or 40% of the allocation, was owed to Segal. She said
the municipalities would be invoiced for their share of Segal’s fee.

5. REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE & AUCTION
(The following resolution was adopted.)

                                   Resolution Authorizing the Sale by Public Auction
                                                           of
                                           Certain Surplus Personal Property

         WHEREAS, the County of Iredell has possession of the following items of personal property which
are surplus to its needs and desires to dispose of same.

          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of Iredell Couty, that Evie
D. Caldwell, Purchasing Agent, pursuant to the provisions of G.S. 160A-270 (b), is hereby authorized to
dispose of the listed personal property at public auction for cash or good check, and the said Purchasing Agent
is further authorized and directed to execute the necessary functions associated with this sale.

                                  September 14, 2002, 8:00 A.M. Book Sale
                             September 14, 2002, 10:00 A.M. General Auction
                    To be held at the Former Bryant Electric Building (behind the library)
                                           229 North Tradd Street
                                               Statesville, NC

        This the 3rd day of September 2002.

                                      Iredell County Surplus Property

                                                VEHICLES

YEAR MAKE                DESCRIPTION               SERIAL NUMBER                MILEAGE
 1983 Chevy                 Blazer 4x4            1G8ED18JXEF1O6869               93,996
 1989 Toyota                Pick up              JT4RN81R2K5007574              106,066
 1990 Dodge                 Pickup               1B7GE06Y8LS615269              105,025
 1990 Dodge                 Spirit               1B3XA4638LF862907                95,318
 1992 Chevy                 Lumina                2G1WN14TXN9188912             138,920
 1992 Ford                  F150                 1FTDF15Y7NNA36654              156,452
 1993 Ford                  E350amb              1FDKE30M6PHA97159                93,996
 1993 Ford                 E350amb               1FDKE3OM5PHA34232               126,634


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1993   Ford           Crown Vic        2FACP71W6PX1471O6          102,248
1993   Ford           Crown Vic        2FACP71W4PX1471O5          115,246
1993   Ford           Crown Vic        2FACP71W7PX1471O1          129,368
1994   Ford           Crown Vic        2FALP71W4RX134230          115,159
1994   Ford           Crown Vic        2FALP71W9RX136426           148,098
1994   Ford           Crown Vic        2FALP71W6RX134228           115,000
1995   Chevy          Caprice          1G1BL52W4SR176300            128,497
1995   Ford           Explorer         1FMDU34X9SZB898O6           130,000
1996   Ford           Crown Vic        2FALP71W2TX146903           144,589
1996   Ford           Crown Vic        2FALP71W6TX1469O5           164,449
1997   Ford           Crown Vic        2FALP71WOVX132226           188,151



                             Iredell County Surplus Inventory

        Adding Machine, Canon                          1 CP1013D
        Air Conditioners,Window                        3
        Air Conditioners,Window                        2
        Answering Machine                              4
        ATT 3B2-EXP                                    1 SN900C08950317
        ATT 3B2-EXP                                    1 SN900C12950038
        ATT PC 6300                                    1 SN2833594
       Books, 500 boxes misc
       Cabinet, L top                                 1
       Cabinets, Roller Shelf Book – Upright           8
       Cabinets- Counter, Roller Shelf Book            2
       Calculators, Asst.                              5
       Canon M32028                                    1 sn33214456
       Canopy, Tent                                    1
       Card File, 30 drawer                            2
       Chairs, Misc                                     2
       Chairs, Misc                                     3
       Chairs, Misc                                   15
       Chalkboard                                      2
       Computer                                        2
       Computer, Compaq Prolinea 325X                  1
       Computer, HP Vectra                             1 IC9020
       Computer, Laptop                                1
       Computer, Laptop, Gridd                         1
       Computer, Nyma                                  2
       Computer, Portable, Tandy 1400                  1 snUA048712
       Computer, Texas Instrument 100C                  1
       Deacon’s Bench                                  1
       Desk—Metal                                      5 IC#4491,4452,3448
       Desk-Wood                                       2 IC#3053
       Desk, Work Station                              1
       Desk, Metal                                    11
       Desk, Wooden                                    6
       Dishwasher, Frigidaire                           1
       Election Box w/3 Tabulators                      1
       Fax, Pitney Bowes 9200F                          1
       File, 7 Misc Opening, No drawer                 1
       Folding Machine, Pitney Bowes                    1 Model #3280
       Human Torso Hep-B Training tool                 1
       IBM 4230                                        1
       IBM AS400                                       1 SNMS940210B1ACA
       Ironing Board                                   1
       Jack, Truck, 10 Ton                             1
       Keyboards, Misc                                 6
       Locker, Metal                                    1 IC1635
       Locker, Wooden                                  1
       Lockers, Metal                                  3
       Magazine Rack                                   1
       Memorex                                          1191ADDSMLC17
       Microfilm Reader                                 1 0937352 3M
       Microfilm Viewer Bell & Howell SRII             1 snSR2-05954
       Monitor, 500-609CS                               1 sn15009A483892



                                            8
Monitor, Gateway 2000, EV500              1 sn15009A485294
Monitor, Gateway 2000, EV500              1 sn15009A489569
Monitor, Gateway 2000, EV500              1 sn15009A489617
Monitor, Gateway 2000, EV500              1 500069CS
Monitor, Gate 2000, EV500                 1 15009A485290
Monitor, Gateway 2000, EV500               1 15009A483903
Monitor, Gateway, 500-069CS               2 SN8234131 & 15009A485289
Monitor, HP                               1 IC90238
Monitors, Misc                            2
Monitors, Misc                             2
Optical Disc Library, HP Model 120T        1 IC9015
Oven, Wall, Double                         1
Pads, Sleeping                             15
Pitney Bowles 9200                          1
Plat Cabinet-Metal                          1
Printer Stand                               1
Printer, Epson                              1 67RE131023
Printer, Epson P631B                        1
Printer, HP Deskjet                         1 IC8015
Printer, HP Laserjet IID                    1 HP33447A SN2934J32257
Printer, HP Laserjet III                     1
Printer, IBM Color Jet PS4079                1 IC8502
Printer, IBM PPSII 2380                     1
Printer, IMT 350                            2
Printer, Laser                               1 ACJ5Z6KXP4430
Reading Table, Slant top, Childrens          1
Safe                                         1
 Screens, Anti-glare-computer                4
 Sewing machine, Sears                       2
 Sewing machine, singer w/cabinet            1
 Shelving units, long, from Library          2
Shelving, Wooden w/castors                   1
 Shredder                                    1
 Sink, Porcelain                             1
 Sink, Stainless Steele                      3
 Sink, w/Garbage Disposal                    1
 Sofa, Brown                                 1
 Stove, Electric                             1
 Table w/Drawer, Metal                       4
 Table, Exam w/ 4 lights                     2
 Table, Folding 3x5                          1
 Table, Occasional, Round Brass              1
 Tables, Computer                            3
 Telephone, Misc                             1
 Telephone, Panasonic                        1
 Television                                  1
 Tents                                       7
 Toilet                                      1
 Trash Compactor, Fridgidaire                1
 Typewriter                                  3
 Typewriter, Olympia                         1 IC5660
 Typewriter, Olympia                         1 IC6007
 Typewriter, Olympia                         1 IC5006
 Typewriter Stand                            1
 Typewriter, IBM Selectric II                1
 UPS                                         3
 UPS, APC                                    2
 Vacuum Cleaner                              1
 Voice Processor                             1
 Wall hanging, Macrame                       1
 Washer/Dryer Combo, Whirlpool               1
 Cabinets, Microfilm                         amt
 Computer, HP Vectra                           IC9013
 Door Locks                                  11 boxes
 Helmets, Bike                               1 bag
 T shirts (Relay for Life)                   1 box
 Misc items                                  1 box
 Letters, Metal, AG Center                   1 box


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Misc items                                  1 box
Poles, Ski                                  1 pr.
Mixer/cassette Rec. Misc Elec               1 set
Sofa/chair, upholstered, brown              1 set
Amplifier system, TOA 900 Series Amp        1 set
Paper, continuous lined                     2 boxes
Book holder                                 2 boxes
Boots, Ski                                  2 pr.
Monitor, CXT                                Asst.
Telephones, Asst.                           bx
Shelving, metal                             pcs
Cabinets, Assorted
Chairs, Misc. Assortment
Light fixtures, assortment
Monitors, Assortment
ATT PC 6300                                 SN2813110
Cooktop, Surface Unit
Dictaphone, Lanier
Chalkboard, Freestanding
Refrigerator, Hotpoint                      IC9160
Printer, HP Deskjet
Monitor, HP                                 IC9011A
Printer, HP Quietjet                        IC8368
Terminal, HP                                IC7964
Printer, HP Thinkjet                        IC7389
Computer, HP Vectra                         IC9477
Computer, HP Vectra                         IC9012
Clock, Large Wall
Fax Machine Laser                           IC9151
Printer Line
Modem
Monitor                                     IC9117A
Monitor                                     IC8020
Printer, Okidata
Printer, Okidata
Printer, Okidata                            IC7969
Printer, Okidata
Fax Machine Olyfax 352
Postage machine, Postalia
Shelving, stackable metal
Printer, Tandy line printer
Microfisch Reader, Mircon
Computer, HP Vectra                         IC9372
Computer, Gateway                           IC9371
Computer, Gateway                           sn4430627
Terminal, HP 700-92                         IC7903
Monitor, Gateway                            IC9744
Printer, Okidata 320 9 PIN
Label Printer, Detecto                      sn9206-3
Temp/Humidity control
Fax, Panasonic, PX360
Telephones, Asst
Calculators, Asst.
Stapler, Electric
Fax, Brother MFC4350
Computer, HP Vectra                         snUS94113879
Printer, Deskjet 694C
Printer, HP Thinkjet                        IC6285
Terminal, HP 700-96                         snUST4490997
Terminal,HP 2392A                           IC6735
Terminal, HP 2392A                          sn2519A56904
Terminal, HP 7092                           IC7715
Terminal, HP 7092                           IC6903
Cash Register, Sanyo 480                    IC6275
Word Processor/Panasonic                    IC6036
Typewriter, Panasonic 6036
Typewriter, IBM Selectric III               IC5361
Monitor, Gateway                            sn17004A401998


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        UPS, Backup
        Monitor, Gateway EV700                      sn17004A010149
        Computer, Gateway P5133                     IC9334
        Computer, Gateway                           sn4430629
        Computer, HP Vectra                         IC9069
        Monitor, HP                                 IC9069A
        Computer, Gateway                           sn4430633
        Computer, Gateway P5-133                    IC9375
        Copier, Konica 4045                         sn048147634
        Scale, Acculab Digital
        Ladder, Step
        Monitor, HP                                 IC9139A
        Fax Machine, Sharp                          IC7106
        Computer, HP                                IC9139
        Calculator, Canon
        Printer, Epson
        Drill, w/case, Craftsman 12V
        Typewriter, IBM Selectric II
        Monitor, Color, CTX 1565D                   snA20-52206334
        Curtain rods (12)
        Telephones Asst.
        Copy Machine, Canon F226800                 IC7957
        Desk, Metal
        Chairs, Misc.
        Copier, Canon NP 303
        Fax machine, Murata PCF7
        TV/VR Combo, Phillips                       sn13822209
        Monitor, AOC MM201                          1X0013700
        IBM 4224                                    11-B1778
        File Drawers/Small
        Dictaphone                                  2720030468
        Printer, Epson                              1YLY066365
        Monitor                                     8616
        Monitor                                     7991
        HP                                          8379
        Scriber                                     6557 87350
        Scriber                                     6558 860084
        Printer, Minolta                            53078777
        Printer, Minolta                            530086780
        HP                                          USCB286032
        Heater, Hunter
        Data Stor                                   8664
        Manuals, Misc
        Printer, Epson                              3KDXO48528
        Printer, Minolta
        Printer, IBM                                4079-001
        Filing Cabinets                             4 drawer, 5 drawer & 2 drawer


6. REQUEST FOR THE SCHEDULING OF AN OPEN HOUSE AND DEDICATION
CEREMONY FOR THE HALL OF JUSTICE ANNEX ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20,
2002 AT 2:00 P.M.

7.   REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF THE AUGUST 20, 2002 MINUTES

8. REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A DISEASE VECTOR CONTROL
ORDINANCE: (The ordinance is as follows.)

Chapter 3A
                                   DISEASE VECTORS

3A-l.         Mosquitoes are disease vectors. Breeding places for mosquitoes are deemed to
              be County Health Nuisances.

3A-2          County Health Nuisances should be abated as quickly and as efficiently as
              feasible. The entire staff of Iredell County is encouraged to cooperate with the


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           Director of the Iredell County Health Department (the “Director”) in the
           extermination of mosquitoes and in the eradication of mosquito breeding
           places. The Director is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed to adopt
           programs of public education, wide mosquito eradication, and habitat
           abatement.

3A-3       In addition to the authorities otherwise conferred upon the Director by law,
           the Director is specifically empowered:

           a. To notify the owner of any real or personal property in Iredell County to
           immediately drain any container of standing water where the Director
           reasonably believes mosquitoes are or may be breeding.

          b. To enter any property in Iredell County, after first attempting to give the
          owner of such property notice, where the Director has received an affidavit
          that the affiant believes mosquitoes are breeding in standing water on the
          property, or where the Director has other reasonable grounds for belief that
          mosquitoes are or may be breeding on the property.

          c. Where the owner of the property cannot be located despite reasonable efforts,
          or where the owner refuses to take steps to abate the County Health Nuisance
          after having been given an order by the Director, the Director is authorized to
          enter the property and to drain, empty, or remove containers of water, to spray,
         dust, or eradicate live mosquitoes, to deposit chemical or biological agents in
         pools, ponds, lagoons, bodies or containers of water.

         d. The costs incurred by Iredell County in the eradication of live mosquitoes or
          the abatement of mosquito breeding grounds where the owner of the property
          cannot be located or refuses to respond to an order from the Director shall
          constitute a lien upon the property in the nature of an ad valorem property tax
          lien, and shall be collected by the Iredell County Tax Collector in the same
          manner taxes are collected,

  3A-4     It shall be unlawful for any person to interfere with, hinder, or delay the
           Director, or persons acting under his direction and control, in the
           performance of any duty authorized by this Chapter.

  3A-5     Penalties.

           a.     In addition to any other remedy available, this Chapter may be
                  enforced by an appropriate equitable remedy issued from any court of
                  competent jurisdiction, including, but not limited to, temporary or
                  permanent restraining orders and prohibitory and mandatory
                  injunctions.

           b.     In addition to every other remedy available for the violation of this
                  Chapter, the Director is authorized to issue to any person a ticket
                  giving notice of the violation of Chapter 3A. Tickets so issued may be
                  delivered in person or mailed by registered or certified mail to the
                  person charged, if he cannot be readily located. Any such ticket issued
                  shall impose upon the owner a civil penalty of $50.00 for the first
                  offense and $50.00 for all subsequent offenses. Each day of continuing
                  violation shall be deemed a separate offense. Such penalties must be
                  paid within twenty (20) days to the Director or any person authorized
                  by him to receive such funds. If the owner or violator does not appear
                  in response to such ticket, or if the applicable penalty is not paid
                  within the time prescribed, a criminal summons shall be issued against
                  the violator and upon conviction, the violator shall, in addition to the
                  penalties prescribed for violation of this Chapter, be punished as the
                  Court prescribes for failure to pay the civil penalties imposed hereby.



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             c. Notwithstanding any civil penalty outlined in this Chapter, any person
                 violating the provisions hereof shall be guilty of a misdemeanor under
                 (G.S. 14-1 and 153A-123, and may be subject to a fine of not more than
                 $500.00 or imprisonment for not more than six (6) months, or both, for
                 each such offense. For a continuing violation, each day’s violation may be
                 deemed a separate offense.
                                        *****
-----------------------------END OF CONSENT AGENDA-----------------------------------
ANNOUNCEMENT OF VACANCIES OCCURRING ON BOARDS & COMMISSIONS
    Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee (1 announcement)

                 APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS & COMMISSIONS

       Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (2 appts.): No nominations were submitted,
  and Chairman Tice moved to postpone these appointments until the September 17 meeting.

       VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0

      Region F Aging Advisory Committee (1 appt.): No nominations were submitted,
  and Commissioner Bowles moved to postpone this appointment until the September 17
  meeting.

       VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0

       Nursing Home Advisory Committee (1 appt.): No nominations were submitted,
  and Chairman Tice moved to postpone this appointment until the September 17 meeting.

       VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0

       Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee (1 appt.): No nominations
were submitted, and Chairman Tice moved to postpone this appointment until the
September 17 meeting.

       VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0

       Welfare Reform Committee (10 appointments): No nominations were submitted,
and Commissioner Johnson moved to postpone these appointments until the September 17
meeting.

       VOTING: Ayes – 5; Nays – 0.

                                       OLD BUSINESS

      Crossroads Behavioral Healthcare Consumer and Family Advisory Committee
(CFAC): Commissioner Williams, a member of the Board of Directors for Crossroads
Behavioral Healthcare, said he would soon be interviewing candidates for the CFAC. Upon
completion of the interviews, Mr. Williams said he would submit his recommendations to the
commissioners for official appointments to the CFAC.

                              COUNTY MANAGER’S REPORT

       Stumpy Creek Park Dedication: The county manager said a dedication ceremony for
the Stumpy Creek Park would be held Saturday, September 21, 2002, at 10:00 a.m.

       9-11 Memorial Service: The county manager advised that even though the county
was not officially sponsoring a September 11 Commemoration Service, that many county
employees were involved with activities and ceremonies being held throughout the county.




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         ADJOURNMENT: MOTION by Chairman Tice to adjourn the meeting at 8:55
p.m. NEXT MEETING: Tuesday, September 17, 2002, 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., in the
Iredell County Government Center, 200 South Center Street, Statesville, NC.

      VOTING: Ayes - 5; Nays - 0


Approved: ___________________                 _______________________________
                                                              Clerk to the Board




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