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					VIRGINIA:     AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF
              SUPERVISORS HELD ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009, IN THE
              AUDITORIUM OF THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT BUILDING

PRESENT: BARBARA JARRETT DRUMMOND, CHAIR; WELTON TYLER, VICE-
         CHAIR; ROBERT H. CONNER, BERNARD L. JONES, SR., BOARD OF
         SUPERVISOR MEMBERS; CHARLETTE T. WOOLRIDGE, CLERK;
         RUSSELL SLAYTON, JR., COUNTY ATTORNEY; TAMMY W.
         NEWCOMB, CMC, DEPUTY CLERK;

ABSENT:       MARC L. FINNEY, BOARD OF SUPERVISOR MEMBER

*****
Re:     Regular Meeting at 7:00 p.m.

        Chair Drummond called the regular meeting to order and welcomed all citizens

in attendance. She stated that the Board of Supervisors did not conduct a closed

meeting.

*****
Re: Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

        Supervisor Jones gave the Invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

*****
Re: Approval of Agenda

        Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously

carried, the Board approved the agenda with the following changes:

Special Presentations
 Strike FY10 Brunswick County Budget Overview

County Administrator’s Report
 Add Lawrenceville Lions Club – Request to Use Airport Grounds for Annual Seafood
  Festival
 Brunswick County/Lake Gaston Water Safety Committee – Fishing Tournament

Appointments
 Strike Lake Gaston Weed Control Council

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Re: Worksession with Virginia Department of Transportation – Six Year
Construction Plan

        Mr. Moody, Assistant Resident Engineer, stated that there is currently zero

dollars ($0) in state funding for the proposed Six Year Construction Plan 2010-2015.

However; federal funding remains available for repair of the three bridges on Route

712. Additionally, Mr. Moody stated that he has identified Rural Rustic Road funds for

Route 722 and Route 648.
       Mr. Moody requested that the Board schedule a public hearing on the proposed

Six Year Construction Plan 2010-2015 for its May 20, 2009, meeting.

       Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried,

the Board authorized the advertisement of a public hearing on the proposed Six Year

Construction Plan 2010-2015 for its May meeting.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Monthly Report

       Mr. Moody, Assistant Resident Engineer, presented the monthly report as

follows:

Construction Report
   Rural Rustic Program 2008-09 – under construction
      o Route 747 – Dillard Road from Route 611 to end state maintenance
      o Route 755 – Wilson Creek Lane from Route 712 to end state maintenance
   Rural Rustic Program 2009-10
      o Route 722 – Wrightwood Drive from Route 611 to end state maintenance

Spot Stabilization
    2008-09 Program – advertisement date June 9, 2009
      o Route 673 – Reavis Gin Road from Route 611 to Route 715
      o Route 712 – Old Stage Road from Route 58 to Route 634
    2009-10 Program
      o Route 611 – Dry Bread Road from Route 644 to Route 46
Maintenance Forces
    Placing stone on various secondary routes around mailboxes and low shoulders
      and on non-hard surfaced secondary roads; machining non-hard surfaced
      secondary roads; replacing pipe; and patching and cleaning intersections.

Revenue Sharing Program
   Route 626 Overlay approved and Brunswick County has been billed for their
     share.

Turnkey Asset Management for Interstate Maintenance
    Effective July 1, 2007
    24/7 Telephone Number – 1-866-378-7743 (Smart Traffic)

*****
Re: Public Hearings

Proposed Ordinance to Establish a Central Absentee Precinct

       The Chair opened the public hearing for the Central Absentee Precinct. The

following citizen spoke:

          Steve Browder, Chairman, Brunswick County Electoral Board, spoke in favor
           of the request.
       After giving all citizens an opportunity to express their views, the Chair closed the

public hearing.

       Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Conner, and unanimously carried,

the Board adopted an ordinance establishing a Central Absentee Precinct as follows:

        WHEREAS, §24.2-712 of the Code of Virginia authorizes the governing body of
a city or county to establish one or more central absentee precincts in the courthouse or
other public buildings for the purpose of receiving, counting, and recording absentee
ballots cast in the locality; and,
        WHEREAS, §24.2-101 of the Code of Virginia gives the county electoral board
responsibility for administering elections in towns located totally or in greater part within
the county; and,

      WHEREAS, all locations for in person absentee voting are considered polling
places for accessibility purposes (EAC Advisory 2007-001); and,

       WHEREAS, §24.2-710 requires counting absentee ballots separately for each
precinct after polls close on election day unless a central absentee precinct has been
established; and

        WHEREAS, a central absentee precinct will serve the best interests of the
citizenry;

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Brunswick County Board of
Supervisors as follows:

       1. There is hereby established a permanent central absentee precinct to be
          used for all elections. The polling place for such precinct shall be located in
          Room 103 of the County Government Building, 100 Tobacco Street,
          Lawrenceville, Virginia 23868. Such central absentee precinct shall be
          operated as provided in the Code of Virginia, §24.2-712, as amended.
       2. That this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect on and from the date of its
          adoption and upon approval by the United State Department of Justice under
          the Voting Rights Act.
       3. The County Administrator is directed to arrange for submission of this matter
          to the United States Department of Justice pursuant to the Voting Rights Act
          and to take other appropriate action to implement this Ordinance.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Re: FY10 Brunswick County Public School Budget

       The FY10 Brunswick County Public School Budget was presented as advertised.

The approval of the FY10 Brunswick County Public School Budget is scheduled for May

20, 2009, with final adoption at the June 17, 2009, meeting.

                           APPROPRIATED             PROPOSED                DOLLAR
REVENUES                     FY 2008-2009          FY 2009-2010       INCREASE/(DECREASE)
Special                    $        171,911      $        134,000   $               (37,911)
Food Service               $      1,297,640      $      1,297,640   $                     -
State                      $     16,774,605      $     15,287,468   $            (1,487,137)
Federal                    $      2,587,956      $      2,209,694   $              (378,262)
Local                      $       4,983,189     $     4,978,862     $                   (4,327)
Totals                     $      25,815,301     $    23,907,664     $               (1,907,637)

Expenditures
Instruction                $      17,401,273     $    16,030,889     $               (1,370,384)
Admin/Attend/Health        $       1,091,869     $       996,705     $                  (95,164)
Transportation             $       1,965,024     $     1,812,759     $                 (152,265)
Operations/Maintenance     $       2,759,400     $     2,550,036     $                 (209,364)
Food Service               $       1,297,640     $     1,297,640     $                        -
Technology                 $         909,578     $       833,445     $                  (76,133)
Debt Service               $         390,517     $       386,190     $                   (4,327)
Totals                     $      25,815,301     $    23,907,664     $               (1,907,637)

       The Chair opened the public hearing for the FY10 Brunswick County Public

School Budget. The following citizens spoke:

          Anna Price stated that she is opposed to the proposed FY10 School Budget
           with a 3% salary reduction for employees.
          Amy Barmoy stated that she is opposed to the proposed FY10 School Budget
           with a 3% salary reduction for employees.
          Annette Tucker stated that she is opposed to the proposed FY10 School
           Budget with a 3% salary reduction for employees.
          Francis Austin stated that she is opposed to the proposed FY10 School
           Budget with a 3% salary reduction for employees.
          Angela Hyson stated that she is opposed to the proposed FY10 School
           Budget with a 3% salary reduction for employees.
          Mrs. Yureacia Norman-Parker, Director of Business & Support Services, read
           the following statement on behalf of Dr. Oliver W. Spencer, Jr., Division
           Superintendent:

“To: Members of the Board of Supervisors, let me take this opportunity to thank you on
behalf of Brunswick County Public Schools for your continuous support of our school
division. We recognize that we all are facing extreme hardships relating to fiscal
resources.

The Brunswick County Public School Division takes a lot of pride in our success to have
effectively managed and balanced the budget for two consecutive years; we continue to
strive for this caliber of excellence.

Though we have provided a balanced budget for FY2010, our efforts toward managing
the financial operations of the Brunswick County Public School Division in FY2010 will
be challenging. This budget will pose such a great challenge, in fact, there will be no
room for error or extenuating circumstances.

It is very important that we maintain the integrity of our instructional staff in order to
provide the maximum educational opportunities for all students. With this in mind, we
implore you to consider an additional appropriation to maintain employees, including
teachers and other classified staff, to prevent compromising the quality of education.

We have no additional funds for Health Services. If we have a child that has a specific
need and we don’t have adequate staff or resources due to funding to educate that
child, we are still required to provide the staff and resources needed. However, our
FY2010 budget cannot accommodate an unexpected occurrence of this magnitude.

There will be available funding for any emergency projects. For example, if air
conditioners, boilers, or HVAC equipment are in need of repair or replacement, there
will be no available funding to accommodate those expenses. However, if those
situations occur, we still have to pay for the repairs so that our buildings and current
equipment are maintained efficiently, which impacts our energy savings.

Capital improvement projects are significantly needed in order to improve the
preservation of our present buildings and maintain healthy work environments for staff,
teachers and students. Building repairs (i.e. roof repairs, security cameras, asbestos
abatement, and etc.) will not be able to be addressed. The Maintenance Department
does an excellent job of maintaining our existing buildings and equipment; however,
due to the age of both, we are at high risk of still having to replace and repair existing
structures and equipment.

We have approximately 26 school buses in our transportation fleet that are extremely
costly to maintain due to age. Therefore, we will compromise safety and budget
balancing to maintain and provide transportation to all students. If we are not able to
replace some of the old fleet with new buses, the chances of overspending will be much
greater.

We can cut, paste, and take away from one category to put into another to save jobs,
but the school division still has to operate efficiently and effectively; we do not have
enough funding at this time to protect our financial operations from overspending. We
will be forced to request additional appropriations to fund extenuating circumstance
expenses, to keep from overspending and to balance our FY2010 budget at the end of
FY2010.

As a school division our theme is A Framework for Excellence, “Building Bridges and
Developing a Learning Community”. It is our belief that a strong and equitable public
education system is central to our Democracy. It is also our belief that principals and
teachers can make the difference in how well students achieve. To be effective and
teach the skill of learning, we must expand the opportunities for all students and raise
the bar for all students. A part of our mission states that “knowledge is power” and the
“absence of knowledge is ignorance.” Starting at the kindergarten level, our aim is to
“Front-Load Success Rather than Remediate Failure,” because failure is not an option.
Dr. Jim Collins, in his best selling book, Good to Great, writes “We cannot expect
schools to become great unless we expect government to be great, and communities,
businesses, churches and families to be great as well.” We must believe as a former
President of Harvard University stated, “If you think education is expensive, count the
cost of ignorance.”

We NEED your help!! And though these are tumultuous times, any additional financial
support that you can provide will be greatly appreciated.”

       After all citizens were provided an opportunity to express their views, the Chair

closed the public hearing.

       The Board of Supervisors requested a detailed explanation regarding the

proposed 3% salary reduction, whether salaries from employees who are retiring or

resigning would result in a decrease of the proposed 3% salary reduction for

employees, and health insurance.

       After responses to questions from Brunswick County School personnel, it was

the consensus of the Board to schedule a joint meeting between the Board of

Supervisors and Brunswick County Public School Finance Committees to discuss the
proposed FY10 budget.

*****
Re: Approval of Minutes

       Supervisor Conner indicated that the term for Charles P. Lucy on the

Southside Planning District Commission is incorrectly stated in the March 18, 2009,

meeting minutes as three (3) years. The correct term is four (4) years.
      Upon motion of Mr. Jones, seconded by Mr. Conner, and carried, the

Board approved the minutes of the March 17, 2009, Adjourned Meeting; March 18,

2009, Regular Meeting with the above mentioned amendment; March 24, 2009,

Adjourned Meeting; and March 25, 2009, Adjourned Meeting as corrected.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None

*****
Re: Special Presentations
Improvement Association – Certificate of Appreciation

       Chair Drummond stated that on March 26, 2009, the Improvement Association

presented the Brunswick County Board of Supervisors a Certificate of Appreciation for

its moral and financial support through the partnership with the Improvement

Association in providing comprehensive services to children and families throughout

Southside, Virginia, thus enabling individuals to become self-sufficient taxpaying

citizens.

*****
Re: Department/Agency Requests

Fort Christanna Site Update – Nathaniel Neblett

       Mr. Neblett stated that plans for the Opening Ceremony on April 25, 2009, are

progressing and he is anticipating a successful event.

       Further, Mr. Neblett stated that April 25, 2009, has been designated as Fort

Christanna Day in the Commonwealth of Virginia by the General Assembly.

*****
Re: Citizen Comments

       The Chairman opened the citizen comment period and advised that each citizen

will be allotted three (3) minutes to speak. No citizens spoke.

       After giving all citizens an opportunity to express their views, the Chairman
closed the Citizen Comment period.

*****
Re:     Consent Calendar of Reports

        Upon motion of Mr. Jones, seconded by Mr. Conner, and unanimously

carried, the Board approved the Consent Calendar of Reports as presented for the

following organizations:

        A.   Lawrenceville-Brunswick Airport Monthly Report – March 2009
        B.   Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Monthly Report – March 2009
        C.   Southside Community Services Board Minutes – February 24, 2009
        D.   Roanoke River Service Authority Minutes – February 24, 2009

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Re: Finance Director’s Report

Approval of Disbursements

        Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Jones, and carried, the Board

approved the disbursements in the total amount of $665,057.50 as follows:

       system checks dated March 20, 2009, in the amount of $31.01
       system checks dated April 8, 2009, in the amount of $42,817.23
       system checks dated April 15, 2009, in the amount of $617,020.85
       system checks dated April 16, 2009, in the amount of $5,188.41

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
FY09 Monthly Expenditure Review

        Mr. Mason, Assistant Director of Finance, stated that as of March 31, 2009,

departments should have approximately 25.03% of their FY09 budget remaining. After

review, the following departments were identified as having less than 25.03%:

                                                             % Remaining
                                                             FY09 Budget

Electoral Board                                              20.73%
       Election Recount

Circuit Court                                                17.96%
        Jury Duty/State (Costs to be reimbursed by State)

Probation Office                                             06.74%
      Services from other agencies (juveniles)


Maintenance Administration                                   22.98%
      Insurance
Maintenance of Buildings & Grounds                           17.78%
      Electrical Service
      Water/sewer service
Improvement Association                                      17.28%
      Project P.L.E.A.D. grant

      This was provided for the Board’s information.

*****
Fire Programs Fund – Supplemental Appropriation

      Mr. Mason, Assistant Director of Finance, stated that the adopted budget for

FY09 Fire Program Funds was $43,000.00 for revenue and expenditure. The Treasurer

received $45,081.00. In order to properly distribute these funds, a supplemental

appropriation in the amount of $2,081.00 is needed to both the revenue and

expenditure line items of the County Budget.

      Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried,

the Board approved the Supplemental Appropriation in the amount of $2,081 to

Revenue Line Item 3-100-24040-0012-Fire Program Funds and Expenditure Line Item

4-100-32400-5643-Fire Program Funds.

Ayes: Conner, Finney, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Brunswick County Circuit Court – Supplemental Appropriation for the Day
Forward Redaction Process

      Mr. Mason, Assistant Director of Finance, stated that the Compensation Board

has awarded $12,837.37 to the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the Day Forward

Redaction Process. This process is for the removal of personal information from

documents (i.e. removal of Social Security Numbers from Land Records). On March 31,

2009, these funds were received by the Treasurer from the Compensation Board.

      Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried,

the Board approved the Supplemental Appropriation in the amount of $12,837.37 to

Revenue Line Item 3-100-023070-0001-Clerk/Circuit Court.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Fort Christanna Dedication Ceremony – Transfer of Funds

      Mr. Mason, Assistant Director of Finance, stated that the Brunswick Museum and

Historical Society has requested $1,000 to be utilized for payment of vendors for the
Fort Christanna Historical Site Dedication Ceremony. This funding does not represent

any additional local funds.

       Upon motion of Mr. Jones, seconded by Mr. Conner, and unanimously carried,

the Board approved the Transfer of Funds in the amount of $1,000.00 from the Fort

Christanna Preservation Capital Project to General Fund Department 072601 –

Brunswick Museum and Historical Society in order to properly account for the

expenditures.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Re: Brunswick County Public Schools - Monthly Report

       There was no report.

*****
Re: Planning Director’s Report

Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) – 2009 Low Income Housing Tax
Credits – Brunswick Commons

       Mrs. Sullivan, Director of Planning, stated that Brunswick Commons, which is

located in Brunswick County, is proposing to rehabilitate twenty-four (24) one bedroom

units. This rehabilitation will include but is not limited to vinyl siding, roof, exterior doors,

windows, flooring and HVAC.

       Brunswick Commons may qualify for 2009 Low Income Housing Tax Credits

from the Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA). The Internal Revenue Code

requires VHDA to provide localities an opportunity to comment on the development

under consideration. A letter of support is requested.

       Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried, the

Board approved a letter of support to be signed by the County Administrator.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Special Entertainment Permit – Relay for Life 2009

       Mrs. Sullivan, Director of Planning, stated that the American Cancer Society is

requesting approval of a special entertainment permit in accordance with the Brunswick

County Outdoor Musical/Entertainment Festival Ordinance for the 2009 Relay for Life
proposed for June 19-20, 2009.

       The applicant has provided an event narrative to outline the activities of the

proposed event and a detailed list of information required by the Ordinance. Further,

the project narrative includes a request from the applicant that certain waivers of

ordinance requirements are granted. These include:

                 Extension of time limitation
                 Lodging and camping on-site
                 Waiver of performance bond and tax
                 Waiver of applicant fee

       Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried,

the Board approved the Special Entertainment Permit as requested.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Re: County Administrator’s Report
County Administrator’s Monthly Report – March 2009

       Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, presented the County Administrator’s

monthly report for March 2009.

       Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Conner, and unanimously

carried, the Board approved the County Administrator’s monthly report as submitted.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Brunswick County Vision 2025 and Workplan

   Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, presented the Brunswick County Vision 2025

and Workplan.

   Upon motion of Mr. Jones, seconded by Mr. Conner, and unanimously carried, the

Board approved the Brunswick County Vision 2025 and Workplan as presented.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Department of Solid Waste – Red Oak Solid Waste Convenience Center
Equipment Bids

       Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that bids were solicited for the

purchase of equipment for the Red Oak Solid Waste Convenience Center located at

the corner of Lew Jones and Lawyer Road in Alberta.

       The following bids were received:
                  COMPANY                                    BID
Bakers Waste Equipment                                    $51,300.00
Mid-State Equipment Co., Inc.                             $55,000.00
Rudco Products, Inc.                                      $57,016.00
Cavalier Equipment Corporation                            $59,828.00
Mid-Atlantic Waste System                                 $61,838.48
Northeast Industrial Manufacturing, Inc.                  $62,256.00
Northeast Industrial Manufacturing, Inc.                  $63,866.00
        The apparent low bidder is Bakers Waste Equipment in the amount of

$51,300.00.

        Funding is available in the FY09 Capital Improvement Project Red Oak Solid

Waste Convenience Center budget to cover costs associated with this project.

        Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried,

the Board accepted the bid in the amount of $51,300.00 from Bakers Waste Equipment

to purchase equipment for the Red Oak Solid Waste Convenience Center.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Department of Solid Waste – Installation of Partial Concrete Driveway at Freeman
Solid Waste Convenience Center

    Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that bids were solicited for the

installation of a partial concrete driveway at Freeman Solid Waste Convenience Center.

        The following bids were received:

                   COMPANY                                   BID

R. F. Howerton, Inc.                                      $1,285.50

Darrell L. Jones                                          $2,300.00

Jack T. Worton                                             No Bid

        The apparent low bidder is R. F. Howerton, Inc. in the amount of

$1,285.50.

        Funding is included in the FY09 Capital Improvement Project Department of

Solid Waste Repair and Maintenance budget to cover costs associated with this project.

        Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously

carried, the Board accepted the bid in the amount of $1,285.50 from R. F. Howerton,

Inc. for construction of the partial concrete driveway at Freeman Solid Waste

Convenience Center.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Department of Solid Waste Staff Training

   Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that Department of Solid Waste

Management staff is requesting to attend the following workshops:

     DATE            EMPLOYEE         TRAINING          LOCATION         ESTIMATED
                                                                           COST
                                   Coaching and
                                   Teambuilding
April 24, 2009      Leon Seward    Skills for         Richmond         $174.00
                                   Managers and
                                   Supervisors
                                   Landfill Seminar
May 1, 2009         Ella Ridley                       Richmond         $75.00
                                   Managing
                                   Unacceptable
August 7, 2009      Leon Seward    Worker Behavior    Virginia Beach   $164.00

   Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried, the

Board approved the Department of Solid Waste Management staff’s request to attend

training.
Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Request to Use Airport Grounds – Lawrenceville Lions Club – Annual Seafood
Festival

   Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that a request was received from the

Lawrenceville Lions Club for use of the airport grounds at the Lawrenceville-Brunswick

Airport to hold its annual Seafood Festival on Wednesday, May 6, 2009. The request

has been approved by the Lawrenceville-Brunswick Airport Commission and the Town

of Lawrenceville.

   Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried, the

Board approved the request from the Lawrenceville Lions Club to utilize airport grounds

for the Annual Seafood Festival on May 6, 2009.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Brunswick County/Lake Gaston Water Safety Committee – Youth Fishing
Tournament at County Park at Great Creek

   Supervisor Conner stated that the Brunswick County/Lake Gaston Water Safety

Committee is requesting an additional appropriation in the amount of $1,600.00 to host

the Annual Youth Fishing Tournament at County Park at Great Creek in May 2009.

   This matter was continued until the April 21, 2009, meeting.
*****
Re: County Attorney’s Report

   There was no report.

*****
Re: Appointments

South Central Workforce Investment Board

   This item was continued.

*****
Lake Country Area Agency on Aging Board of Directors

   Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried, the

Board appointed Mr. David Burkett to serve a three (3) year term on the Lake Country

Area Agency on Aging Board of Directors representing Brunswick County.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****

Roanoke River Service Authority

   Upon motion of Mr. Jones, seconded by Mr. Tyler, and unanimously carried, the

Board reappointed Robert H. Conner to serve a four (4) year term on the Roanoke

River Service Authority representing Brunswick County.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None.

*****
Re: Adjourn

   Upon motion of Mr. Jones, seconded by Mr. Conner, and unanimously carried,

the Board adjourned until April 21, 2009, at 6:00 p.m. in the Auditorium of the County

Government Building.

Ayes: Conner, Jones, Tyler, Drummond; Nays: None




_____________________________                  __________________________
Barbara Jarrett Drummond, Chair                Charlette T. Woolridge, Clerk

				
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