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									VIRGINIA:      AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF
               SUPERVISORS HELD ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2009, IN THE
               AUDITORIUM OF THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT BUILDING

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

*****
Re: Closed Meeting – 5:30 p.m.

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

the Board of Supervisors convened in Closed Meeting to discuss the following matters:

2.2-3711.A.1

           County Administrator’s Performance Evaluation

2.2.3711.A.7


        Consultation with legal counsel regarding specific legal matters requiring the
        provision of legal advice by such counsel, to-wit:


           Brunswick County Housing Production Project, Inc. – Silver Trail
           International Paper Company Building


                     MOTION TO RECONVENE IN OPEN MEETING

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

the Board of Supervisors of Brunswick County, Virginia, reconvened in Open Meeting.

                 CERTIFICATION OF CLOSED MEETING DISCUSSION

      WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of Brunswick County, Virginia (“Board”),
convened a Closed Meeting on this date pursuant to an affirmative recorded vote in
accordance with the provisions of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act; and,

       WHEREAS, Section 2.2-3712 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended,
requires a certification by the Board that such Closed Meeting was conducted in
conformity with Virginia law.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board hereby certifies that, to
the best of each member’s knowledge, (i) only public business matters lawfully
exempted from Open Meeting requirements by Virginia law were discussed in the
Closed Meeting to which this certification resolution applies, and
(ii) only such public business matters as were identified in the motion convening the
Closed Meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the Board.

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

*****
Re:     Regular Meeting at 7:00 p.m.
      Chair Drummond called the regular meeting to order and welcomed all citizens

in attendance.
*****
Re: Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

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

*****
Re: Approval of Agenda

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

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

Move the following before Public Hearings:
     Virginia Association of Counties - Donald L. Hart, President
     Brunswick High School Boys Varsity Basketball Team

County Administrator’s Report
    Strike Item D. Meherrin Regional Library Agreement – Proposed Amendment

New Business
    Add Item A. County Administrator’s Performance Evaluation
    Add Item B. Solid Waste Committee Report

Appointments
     Strike Item B. Lake Gaston Weed Control Council

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

*****
Re: Department/Agency Presentations

Virginia Association of Counties – Donald L. Hart, President

      Mr. Donald L. Hart, President, Virginia Association of Counties (VACo), provided

an overview of the programs and services offered by VACo. He outlined three (3) goals

he plans to achieve during his Presidency as follows:

             Develop a close relationship with every County in the Commonwealth.
             Be accessible to every County.
             Keep VACo a highly professional organization.

      The Board thanked Mr. Hart for his presentation and his interest in developing a

partnership with Brunswick County on behalf of Virginia Association of Counties.

*****
Brunswick High School Boys Varsity Basketball Team

      The Board of Supervisors recognized the Brunswick High School Boys Varsity

Basketball Team as 2008-09 State AA Runner Up. The following individuals were

recognized:
                     Head Coach           Bryant L. Stith
                     Assistant Coach      Davie Burke
                     Assistant Coach      Terry Hardy
                     Assistant Coach      Darrick Summiel
                     Assistant Coach      Reverend Ronald Thornhill
                     Team Manager         Edward Hill
                     Team Manager         Tiffany House
                     Team Manager         Cecile Singleton
                     Trainer              Jeremy Brown
                     Trainer              Melony Huff

                                   Players

              Vintrell Brown                     Jaron Rice
              Devonne Dugger                     Tony Robinson, Jr.
              Javonte Green                      Damienne Seward
              Michael Harris                     Carlton Stith
              Shawn Johnson                      Rahsaan Stith
              Arsenio Key                        Keith Stradford
              Deonte Monteria                    Casey Walker
              Trent Morgan                       Laedontae Vaughan
                                                 Micheal Wynn, Jr.

        The Board congratulated Coach Stith and the basketball team on a job well

done.

*****
Re: Public Hearings

Virginia Department of Transportation Proposed 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 and for spot stabilization on Route 611. Additionally, Mr. Moody stated that he has

identified Rural Rustic Road funds for Route 722 and Route 648.

        The Chair opened the public hearing. No citizens spoke.

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

closed the public hearing.

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

the Board adopted a Resolution approving the Six Year Construction Plan 2010-2015:

       WHEREAS, Sections 33.1-23 and 33.1-23.4 of the 1950 Code of Virginia, as
amended, provides the opportunity for each county to work with the Virginia Department
of Transportation in developing a Secondary Six-Year Road Plan,

       WHEREAS, this Board had previously agreed to assist in the preparation of this
Plan, in accordance with the Virginia Department of Transportation policies and
procedures, and participated in a public hearing on the proposed Plan (2009/10 through
2014/15) as well as the Construction Priority (2009/10) on Wednesday, May 20, 2009,
after duly advertised so that all citizens of the County had the opportunity to participate
in said hearing and to make comments and recommendations concerning the proposed
Plan and Priority List,

       WHEREAS, Richard S. Moody, Jr., Staff Engineer, Virginia Department of
Transportation, appeared before the Board and recommended approval of the Six Year
Plan for Secondary Roads (2009-2010 through 2014-15) and the Construction Priority
List (2009/10) for Brunswick County.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that since said Plan appears to be in
the best interest of the Secondary Road System in Brunswick County and of the
citizens residing on the Secondary System, said Secondary Six-Year Plan (2009-2010)
through 2014/15) and Construction Priority list (2009-2010) are hereby approved as
presented at the public hearing.

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

*****
Re: FY10 Brunswick County Consolidated Budget

       The FY10 Brunswick County Consolidated Budget was presented as advertised.

Final adoption is scheduled for the June 17, 2009, meeting.

       The Chair opened the public hearing. The following citizens spoke:

            Nathaniel Neblett, Fort Christanna Site Planning Committee, requested
             the Board consider restoring funding in the FY10 budget to the Fort
             Christanna Site Preservation Project.
            John Zubrod, Mecklenburg-Brunswick Regional Airport, requested that the
             Board consider restoring funding in the FY10 budget for the Mecklenburg-
             Brunswick Regional Airport.
            John Cataldo, Lake Gaston Association, requested that the Board
             consider providing funding in the amount of $116,000 in the FY10
             budget for the Lake Gaston Weed Control Council.
            Wally Sayko requested that the Board provide funding in the amount of
             $116,000 in the FY10 budget for the Lake Gaston Weed Control Council.
            J.M. Moseley, Jr. requested that the Board provide funding in the amount
             of $116,000 in the FY10 budget for the Lake Gaston Weed Control
             Council.
            Joee Hoxter requested that the Board provide funding in the amount of
              $116,000 in the FY10 budget for the Lake Gaston Weed Control Council.
            Clint Clary requested that the Board provide funding in the amount of
              $116,000 in the FY10 budget for the Lake Gaston Weed Control Council.
            Sarah A.P. Raible, Director, Meherrin Regional Library, requested that the
             Board restore funding in the FY10 budget for the Meherrin Regional
             Library to avoid reduction in state aid.
            Mike Cestaro requested that the Board provide funding in the amount of
              $116,000 in the FY10 budget for the Lake Gaston Weed Control Council.

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

closed the public hearing.

*****
Re: Approval of Minutes

       Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Jones, and carried, the
Board approved the minutes of the April 15, 2009, Regular Meeting with the following

correction: Page 7 – Approval of Minutes – Mr. Finney was shown as present and he

was not in attendance. Further, the Board approved the minutes of the April 21, 2009,

Adjourned Meeting as recorded.

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

*****
Re: Special Presentation
Virginia Municipal Clerks Association Second Vice President – Tammy W.
Newcomb

      Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that on April 23, 2009, Tammy W.

Newcomb was installed as the 2009-2010 Second Vice President for the Virginia

Municipal Clerks Association. Her duties will include serving as the Media Relations

contact, serving as liaison between the Regional Directors, and assisting the Host Clerk

with the VMCA Annual Meeting.

      The Board recognized and congratulated Mrs. Newcomb on this outstanding

professional achievement.

*****
Re: Department/Agency Requests

Fort Christanna Site Update – Nathaniel Neblett

      Mr. Neblett stated that the Fort Christanna Site Opening Ceremony held on April

25, 2009, at Fort Christanna was a successful event. He added that the Fort

Christanna Planning Committee will continue to move forward with plans for the

completion of the project.

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Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office FY09 Budget Update – Sheriff Roberts
                                                           rd
      Sheriff Brian Roberts presented an overview of the 3 quarter expenditures of

the Brunswick Sheriff’s Office as follows:

Law Enforcement
    Worker’s Compensation – Currently has a budget of $12,000 to utilize for
      worker’s compensation insurance. It is projected that the department will expend
      $15,000. Therefore, an additional amount of $3,000 will be required to balance
      the line item.
    Repair and Maintenance - Currently has a budget of $10,000 to service law
      enforcement vehicles. Approximately $34,000 has been expended. It is projected
      that the department will expend $40,000. As a result, an additional $30,000 will
      be required to balance the line item.
Corrections
       Services from other agencies – Currently has a budget of $800,000 for rental of
        inmate bed space. This item was slightly over projection last quarter due to the
        increase in female population. This line item is currently within budget due to the
        changes made in the bed rental contract.
       Professional Health Services – In FY07, the department spend $148,000 and in
        FY08, the department spent $68,000. Currently has a budget of $50,000 and has
        expended $112,000. It is projected that this medical cost could be as much as
        $140,000, which will result in a $90,000 deficit.
       Worker’s Compensation – Currently has a budget of $10,000 to utilize for
        worker’s compensation insurance. It is projected that the department will expend
        approximately $15,000. Therefore, an additional amount of $3,000 is required to
        balance the line item.
       Litter Workforce – All budgeted funds have been expended. Therefore, the
        program has ceased operation.

   Overtime – Currently has a budget of $65,000. It is projected that the line item
    will be under budget by $35,000.
Communications and E911
   Worker’s Compensation – Currently budgeted $1,000 in each respective budget.
    It is projected that each department will expend $3,500. Therefore an additional
    amount of $2,500 to each budget is required to balance the line items.

        This was provided for the Board’s information.

*****
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.

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Re:     Consent Calendar of Reports

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

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

following organizations:

        A.   Lawrenceville-Brunswick Airport Monthly Report – April 2009
        B.   Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Monthly Report – April 2009
        C.   Southside Community Services Board Minutes – February 24, 2009
        D.   Roanoke River Service Authority Minutes – March 17, 2009
        E.   Industrial Development Authority Minutes – April 14, 2009

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

*****
Re: Finance Director’s Report

Approval of Disbursements

        Upon motion of Mr. Conner, seconded by Mr. Finney, and carried, the Board
approved the disbursements in the total amount of $374,563.14 as follows:

      system checks dated April 27, 2009, in the amount of $2,002.00
      system checks dated May 1, 2009, in the amount of $4,190.00
      system checks dated May 14, 2009, in the amount of $31,764.02
      system checks dated May 20, 2009, in the amount of $336,607.12

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

*****
FY09 Monthly Expenditure Review

       Mr. Mason, Assistant Director of Finance, stated that as of April 30, 2009,

departments should have approximately 16.66% of their FY09 budget remaining. After

review, the following departments were identified as having less than 16.66%:

                                                              % Remaining
                                                              FY09 Budget

Fire and Rescue Services                                      9.91%

Probation Office                                              0.27%
      Services from other agencies (juveniles)

Maintenance of Buildings & Grounds                            9.71%
      Electrical Service
      Water/sewer service

       This was provided for the Board’s information.

*****
Addition of Social Services to Worker’s Compensation Insurance Plan

       Mr. Mason, Assistant Director of Finance, stated that the Finance Department

was contacted by Kim Gregory, Administrative Manager for the Brunswick County

Department of Social Services, about the possibility of Social Services being added to

the County’s Worker’s Compensation Insurance Plan. Ms. Gregory stated that currently

Social Services is paying $3,027.00 for insurance through Virginia Municipal League.

Staff contacted Virginia Association of Counties and received a quote in the amount of

$2,604.00. This would result in an annual savings of $423.00.

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

the Board approved the addition of the Department of Social Services to the Brunswick

County’s Worker’s Compensation Insurance Policy as recommended.

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

*****
Lawrenceville-Brunswick Airport – Additional Appropriation for Purchase of
Aviation Fuel

       Mr. Mason, Assistant Director of Finance, stated that a budget of $15,000.00

was adopted for revenue and expenditures related to the Aviation Fuel at the

Lawrenceville-Brunswick Airport. As of April 30, 2009, revenues totaling $29,085.58

have been received. The Airport Manager has advised that fuel will need to be

purchased prior to the end of the fiscal year. As a result, an additional appropriation is

required to balance the line item.

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

the Board approved the Supplemental Appropriation in the amount of $13,000.00 to

Revenue Line Item 3-504-18990-0099-Sale of Aviation Fuel and Expenditure Line Item

4-504-44100-6015-Aviation Fuel/Oil.

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

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

Approval of FY10 Brunswick County School Budget

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

Board approved the FY10 Brunswick County School Budget as advertised.

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

*****
Re: Planning Director’s Report

Schedule Public Hearing – Floodplain Management Ordinance

       Mrs. Sullivan, Director of Planning, stated that the U.S. Department of Homeland

Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has completed a Flood

Insurance Study (FIS) and Floor Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for Brunswick County.

This study was last completed in 1990.

       The authority of the Flood Insurance Study and Flood Insurance Rate Map is

based on the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 and the Flood Disaster Protection

Act of 1973.

       Brunswick County’s continued eligibility in the National Flood Insurance Program

(NFIP) requires evidence of adoption of floodplain regulations that meets the standards

of NFIP regulations before July 7, 2009.
      The County’s current Floodplain Management Ordinance has been reviewed by

Alison Mitchell, Floodplain Program Planner with the Virginia Department of
Conservation and Recreation. This review provided suggested changes to the current

ordinance that would meet the requirements of NFIP regulations.

      Staff recommends that a public hearing be scheduled for the Board’s June 17,

2009, regularly scheduled meeting, on proposed amendments to the Floodplain

Management Ordinance.

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

the Board authorized the advertisement of a public hearing on the floodplain

management ordinance for its June meeting.

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

*****
Simmons Drive Planning Project – Pre-Contract Documents

      Mrs. Sullivan, Director of Planning, stated that Brunswick County has applied for

a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the Virginia Department of

Housing and Community Development to assist families in the Simmons Drive

Community.

      As part of the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development

contract activities the following documents are to be adopted by the Board of

Supervisors:

              Public Body’s Local Business and Employment Plan
              Non-Discrimination Policy
              Grievance Procedure
              Anti-Displacement Plan
              Fair Housing Certification

      Staff recommends adoption of the documents and authorize the advertisement

of required documents in the Brunswick Times-Gazette.

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

the Board approved the Pre-Contract Documents as presented and authorized the

advertisement of the required documents as recommended.

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

*****
Department of Planning Staff Training
      Mrs. Sullivan, Director of Planning, stated that Department of Planning staff is

requesting to attend the following seminars:
    DATE            EMPLOYEE           TRAINING           LOCATION          ESTIMATED
                                                                              COST
                                     Management
                                     Skills for
June 9, 2009      Dawn Washburn      Administrative     Richmond, VA       $194.00
                                     Personnel

June 29, 2009     Leslie Sullivan    CPEAV Planning     Richmond, VA       $130.00
                                     and Zoning Law
                                     Seminar

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

Board approved the Department of Planning staff’s request to attend training.

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

*****
Urgent Needs Project
     Rehabilitation Specialist Agreement
     Agreement to Provide Administrative Services

       Mrs. Sullivan, Director of Planning, stated that Brunswick County was awarded a

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the Virginia Department of Housing

and Community Development to assist those families impacted by the tornado that

touched down in Brunswick County in April of 2008. One requirement of the grant is for

the County to approve agreements for the Rehabilitation Specialist and Administrative

Services.

       In addition, Brunswick County will contract services with Melvin Greene,

consultant, to provide rehabilitation specialist services for the Urgent Needs Project. Mr.

Greene will be responsible for providing services involving the rehabilitation of three (3)

units and the demolition and substantial reconstruction of four (4) units. The services

provided will be done in cooperation with the Program Administrator and shall be on a

schedule consistent with Community Development Block Grant requirements, the

approved budget and management plan.

       Brunswick County will also contract with the Southside Planning District

Commission (SPDC) to administer the Urgent Needs Project. The SPDC will assist the

County in achieving the activities outlined in the CDBG agreement with the Virginia

Department of Housing and Community Development. The administrator’s key role is to
make sure the defined project activities are done on time, within budget and in

compliance with CDBG requirements.

      Staff recommends approval of the Rehabilitation Specialist Agreement and the

Agreement to Provide Administrative Services for the Urgent Needs Project.

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

Board approved the Rehabilitation Specialist Agreement and the Agreement to Provide

Administrative Services for the Urgent Needs Project and authorized the County

Administrator to sign on behalf of the County.

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

*****
Re: County Administrator’s Report

County Administrator’s Monthly Report – April 2009

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

monthly report for April 2009. Ms. Woolridge highlighted the following:

            Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has advised that Brunswick
             County has met and exceeded the 15% recycling rate set by
             DEQ. Brunswick County has a 2008 recycling rate of 20%. She
             congratulated Ella Ridley for her leadership efforts and thanked the
             Department of Solid Waste staff for their hard work and citizens for their
             participation in the recycling program.

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

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

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

*****
JetBroadband VA, LLC – Renewal of Cable Television Franchise Agreement

   Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that a request has been received from

JetBroadband VA, LLC for renewal of the cable television franchise agreement with

Brunswick County. The current agreement expires on May 17, 2009.

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

Board authorized the advertisment of a public hearing on the renewal of the cable

television franchise agreement for its June 17, 2009, meeting.

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

*****
Mutual Aid Agreement for Emergency Services between Brunswick and Dinwiddie
Counties

       Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, presented a Mutual Aid Agreement for

Emergency Services between Brunswick and Dinwiddie Counties. She stated that the

provision of emergency services across jurisdictional lines in emergencies will increase

the ability of the parties to preserve health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the

adjoining counties.

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

the Board approved the Mutual Aid Agreement for Emergency Services between

Brunswick County and Dinwiddie County as presented.

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

*****
Department of Building Inspection Staff Training

   Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that the Building Official is requesting

to attend Accessibility Training hosted by the Virginia Building Code Academy on

May 22, 2009. The training will be held at John Tyler Community College campus.

There is no cost for registration. Travel and meals will be in accordance with County

policies.

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

Board approved the Building Officials attendance at the Accessbility Training as

requested.

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

*****
Department of County Administration Staff Training

   Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that Kimberly Hite, Administrative

Assistant, is requesting to attend “The Outstanding Receptionist” seminar hosted by

Fred Pryor Seminars on June 16, 2009. The training will be held at the Doubletree Hotel

Downtown Richmond. The cost for registration is $50.00. Travel and meals will be in

accordance with County policies.

   Funds are included in the FY09 County Administration budget to cover the cost

associated with this training.

   Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Conner, and unanimously carried, the
Board approved the Administrative Assistant’s attendance at the training on June 16,

2009, as requested.

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

*****
Virginia’s Retreat Dues for 2009-2010

         Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that annual dues for Brunswick

County’s participation in Virginia’s Retreat for 2009-2010 are $4,500.00. Staff

recommends utilizing funds from the FY09 Capital Improvement Project Great Creek

Watershed Facility Improvement budget to cover this expense.

         Additionally, two appointments to the Virginia’s Retreat Board are needed for

representation for Brunswick County. It is recommended that Bobby Conner serve as

the member and Charlette T. Woolridge serve as the alternate on the Virginia’s Retreat

Board.

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

the Board approved a transfer of $4,500.00 from the FY09 Capital Improvement Project

Great Creek Watershed Facility Improvement budget to the FY09 Virginia’s Retreat

budget to cover costs associated with dues for 2009-2010, and appointed Bobby

Conner and Charlette T. Woolridge to serve as the member and alternate, respectively

on the Virginia’s Retreat Board.

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

*****
Brunswick County/Lake Gaston Tourism Association – Additional Appropriation
for Annual Brunswick Stew Day

         Ms. Woolridge, County Administrator, stated that Brunswick County/Lake Gaston

Tourism Association is requesting an additional appropriation in the amount of

$2,500.00 for funding for the Annual Brunswick Stew Day at the Capitol.

   This item was continued until the June meeting.

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

*****
Re: County Attorney’s Report

   There was no report.

*****
Re: New Business

County Administrator’s Performance Evaluation

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

Board approved the renewal of the County Administrator’s contract retroactive to April

4, 2009, through April 3, 2010.

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

*****
Solid Waste Committee Report - Brunswick Waste Management Facility –
Security System

   Mr. Conner stated that the County received a letter from Republic Services, Inc.

advising that effective June 1, 2009, Brunswick Waste Management Facility will be

terminating the current After Hours Security Service for the facility property.

   In accordance with Addendum #2 to the Landfill and Facility Agreement, Brunswick

Waste Management Facility shall either provide security guards or install and maintain

a video camera system at the single point of entry for purpose of recording any possible

illegal dumping as approved by Brunswick County.

   This was continued until the Board’s June 17, 2009, meeting.

*****
Solid Waste Committee Report - Solid Waste Convenience Centers Proposed New
Hours of Operation

   Mr. Conner stated that the Solid Waste Committee recommends the following

schedule for the Solid Waste Convenience Centers effective July 1, 2009:

      Sunday        1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m
      Monday        7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
      Tuesday       Closed
      Wednesday     1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
      Thursday      Closed
      Saturday      7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

   The Board requested a report of the tonnage of waste received at each

convenience center site. This was continued until the Board’s June 17, 2009, meeting.

*****
Re: Appointments

South Central Workforce Investment Board
   Upon motion of Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Jones, and unanimously carried, the

Board reappointed Dr. John Sykes to a two (2) year term on the South Central

Workforce Investment Board representing Brunswick County.

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

*****
Industrial Development Authority

   This matter was continued until the June meeting.

*****
Southside Community Criminal Justice Board

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

Board reappointed Charlette T. Woolridge to serve a two (2) year term on the Southside

Community Criminal Justice Board representing Brunswick County.

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

*****
Re: Adjourn

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

the Board adjourned.

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




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

								
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