HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
County Administration Building
102 East Front Street
Lillington, North Carolina
June 18, 2012 7:00 p.m.
- Order of Business -
1. Call to order – Chairman Timothy B. McNeill
2. Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation – Vice Chairman Beatrice B. Hill
3. Consider additions and deletions to the published agenda
4. Consent Agenda
B. Budget Amendments
C. Tax refunds, rebates and releases
D. Finance Office requests approval for the purchase of payroll software which
will enhance direct deposit and W-2 processing.
E. Resolution in Support of the Recommended Feasibility Study for the Proposed
North Carolina International Terminal at Southport
F. Emergency Services requests permission to enter into a proposal with the
counties of Moore, Chatham and Lee and their incorporated jurisdictions to
develop a regional hazard mitigation plan.
G. Public Utilities requests the Board grant an easement to Progress Energy on
land owned by HCDPU adjacent to Central Carolina Community College.
H. Public Utilities requests approval of an increasing change order in the amount
of $19,801.40 for Sullivan Eastern, Inc. This contract is associated with the
Fort Bragg Wastewater Project.
I. Public Utilities requests approval of an increasing change order in the amount
of $181,401.02 for Sanford Contractors, Inc. This contract is associated with
the Fort Bragg Wastewater Project.
J. Public Utilities requests approval of a final adjusting change order in the
amount of $17,191 for Caldwell Tanks, Inc. The contract is associated with
the East Central Water Improvements Project.
K. Public Utilities requests award of chemical bid recommendations for FY
L. Planning Services requests approval to amend their contract with the Town of
Angier to include performing professional planning services. The contract
term is for three years and compensation for services shall increase to
$1,833.33 per month plus reimbursement of directly incurred out-of-pocket
M. Sheriff’s Department requests approval to sale used brass from the Sheriff’s
Office firearms qualifications to PM Ventures Inc.
N. Social Services requests approval to submit an application for grant funding in
the amount of $10,000 through the Seniors’ Health Insurance Information
Program. The purpose of the grant will be to provide outreach activities and
services to inform senior citizens of the availability of medical assistance
O. Cooperative Extension requests permission to submit proposals to the Harnett
County Partnership for Children for funding for the Parents As Teacher’s
Program in the amount of $257,970 and for operation expenses of the Child
Care Resource and Referral Program in the amount of $51,000.
P. Cooperative Extension requests permission to submit proposals to Wal-Mart
for funding for the Shopping Matters program in the amount of $1,200.
Shopping Matters is a program that helps low-income families make healthy
and affordable shopping choices.
Q. Resolution to cancel July 2, 2012 Regular Meeting
R. Resolution to Allow the Harnett County Board of Education to Transfer Funds
of Operating Fund Balance to Capital Projects
S. Joblink requests approval of the Contract For Services Provided for Year-
Round Youth, Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs under Title I of The
Workforce Investment Act recently awarded to the county.
5. Period of up to 30 minutes for informal comments allowing 3 minutes for each
7. Adoption of FY 2012-2013 Budget Ordinance
8. Public Hearing: Proposed Zoning Change: Owner of Record: Lisa Wise Stough;
Applicant: Billy Malandra; From RA-20M to Commercial Zoning, 2.27 +/- acres, 11805
Hwy 210 S. Anderson Creek Township
9. Public Hearing: Proposed Zoning Change: Owner of Record/Applicant: Brian Allen
Sherrer; From RA-20M to Commercial Zoning, .30 +/- acres, Hwy S. Anderson Creek
10. Public Hearing: Proposed UDO Text Amendments: Applicant: Harnett County
Planning Services; Unified Development Ordinance: Article III, IV, V, VII
11. County Manager’s report – Scott T. Sauer, County Manager
May 2012 Planning Services Report
May 2012 Public Health Activities Summary
EMS Billing Statistics
May 2012 Veterans Affairs Activities Report
12. Closed Session
13. New Business