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					                            TOWN OF HUNTERSVILLE
                         REGULAR TOWN BOARD MEETING
                                   MINUTES

                                   December 4, 2006
                                 6:30 p.m. – Town Hall


The Regular Meeting of the Huntersville Board of Commissioners was held at the
Huntersville Town Hall at 6:30 p.m. on December 4, 2006.

GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Kim Phillips; Commissioners
Charles Jeter, Teri Leonhardt, Sarah McAulay, Brian Sisson and Jill Swain.

Mayor Phillips led the Pledge of Allegiance.

                      MAYOR AND COMMISSIONER REPORTS

Commissioner McAulay
    • Announced that Rodney Crisco is retiring as Communications Supervisor of
        the North Mecklenburg Communications Center.

                              DEPARTMENT REPORTS

Bobby Williams, Parks & Recreation
      • Reminded everyone of A Huntersville Christmas on December 8.

Molly Burroughs, HFFA
       • Membership as of November 30 is 2,096 memberships representing 7,676
          individuals.
       • NOMAD Blue Ridge Holiday meet was held on December 2-3.
       • MAC Coca-Cola meet will be held on December 9-10.
       • Playground is scheduled to be installed within the next couple of months.
       • Fitness staff will offer a 3-month triathlon training program beginning in
          January.

Jack Simoneau, Planning Director
      • UDA will be submitting a Draft of the East Huntersville Plan by December 6.
      • Announced addition of two new staff members – Brad Priest started
         December 4. David Peete will begin work on December 11.

Bill Coxe, Transportation Planner
       • A Community Informational Workshop on the Planning Document for the
           widening of Highway 73 will be held on December 12.
       • A follow-up meeting with residents of McAuley Road to discuss Prosperity
           Church Road Extension thoroughfare is scheduled for December 11.

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                              December 4, 2006 - Page 1 of 13
Phil Potter, Chief of Police
       • On December 6 at 2 p.m. the Huntersville Police Department will hold an
           Oath of Office – Swearing-in Ceremony for two new police officers and a
           newly promoted Sergeant and Lieutenant.

Jerry Cox, Town Manager
       • Requested Board contact staff with any questions/comments concerning
          written department reports that were submitted to Board.

              PUBLIC COMMENTS, REQUESTS, OR PRESENTATIONS

Bill McCoy, UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, presented PowerPoint presentation on
economic development in North Mecklenburg. PowerPoint presentation attached
hereto as Attachment No. 1.

Pat Martinez, Regional Officer, Hispanic Scholarship Fund, reviewed highlights of
presentation on the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. Presentation attached hereto as
Attachment No. 2.

                                 AGENDA CHANGES

Commissioner Leonhardt made a motion to adopt the agenda. Commissioner Sisson
seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.

                                  PUBLIC HEARINGS

Petition #TA06-07. Mayor Phillips called to order continuation of public hearing on
Petition #TA06-07, a request by L. W. Kerr Limited Partnership and Piedmont Grading
and Wrecking Co., Inc. to amend the time within which landfills are required to come
into compliance as specified in Section 9.23 Off-site Land Clearing and Inert Debris
(LCID) and Construction & Demolition (C & D) Landfills.

Staff Analysis/Agreement attached hereto as Attachment No. 3.

Bob Blythe, Town Attorney, said an agreement has been prepared that we think is an
enforceable pledge of what they agreed to do, although it’s not an amendment to the
Zoning Ordinance. Mr. Odom has indicated it is acceptable to his client.

Commissioner McAulay asked what would the status be if the application for a new
driveway is not approved?

Mr. Blythe said if the application is not approved, they would agree that the area where
it presently is would be paved. It is not as deep because it would interfere with their
already scheduled close-out plans. It would only be 50’ as opposed to the 150’ if the
other is approved.


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There being no further comments, Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing.

Commissioner Jeter made a motion to approve the text amendment contingent upon the
execution of the Representation and Agreement as to Changes Landfill Site and
Escrow. Commissioner Sisson seconded motion.

Mr. Blythe said as soon as the agreement is signed it will be recorded.

Commissioner McAulay asked if this is approved, then they will have two months to
apply for the driveway permit?

Mr. Blythe said as part of the agreement they would institute their driveway application
process within two months. It gives the Town the right to intervene and make an
application on their behalf if they fail to do so.

Mayor Phillips called for the vote.

Motion carried 4 to 1, with Commissioner Swain opposed.

Petition #R06-13. Mayor Phillips called to order continuation of public hearing on
Petition #R06-13, a request by Caldwell Station, LLC on behalf of the subject property
owners for revisions to the Caldwell Station Traditional Neighborhood Development
Overlay and Subdivision Sketch Plans to replace the 108,050 sq. ft. general office area
with a 108-unit retirement community.

Commissioner McAulay made a motion to continue public hearing on Petition #R06-13
to December 18, 2006. Commissioner Leonhardt seconded motion. Motion carried 4 to
1, with Commissioner Jeter opposed.

Economic Development Incentive Grant – Rubbermaid. Mayor Phillips called to
order public hearing regarding a performance based Economic Development Incentive
Grant Agreement with Rubbermaid.

Jerry Broadway, Lake Norman Regional Economic Development Corporation Director,
reviewed proposed Economic Development Incentive Grant.

       Project Overview
       On November 13, 2006, Newell Rubbermaid announced that it has selected Huntersville
       for the relocation of its Home Products headquarters from Fairlawn, OH. The company
       will bring 320 new professional and management positions to the Lake Norman region
       that will pay an average annual salary of $88,700. This project will cause the
       construction of a new +/- 50,000 sq. ft. office building and related site improvements at
       Rubbermaid’s NorthPointe Executive Park campus on Northcross Drive. The company
       considered locations in Georgia and other North Carolina towns before selecting
       Huntersville for this facility.




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      Economic Development Incentive Grant Policy
      In April 2002 the Huntersville Town Board adopted an Economic Development Incentive
      Grant Policy to help attract manufacturing and commercial enterprises to the Town. The
      Huntersville Town Board is being asked to authorize an ED Incentive Grant for this
      project.

      In addition to the Town ED Incentive Grant, Mecklenburg County is being asked to
      provide a similar grant to the company, and the State is providing a Job Development
      Investment Grant (JDIG) of up to $6.6 million to attract this project to Huntersville.

      Recommendation
      It is recommended that Huntersville offer the company an ED Incentive Grant equal to 75
      percent of the real estate taxes generated by the construction of the new facilities. This
      equals approximately $15,986.25 per year for five years, totaling approximately
      $79,931.25 at the end of 5 years.

      Board Action
      At the December 18, 2006 Board meeting, the Town Board will be requested to approve
      the use of the EDI Grant program and authorize Town staff and the Lake Norman
      Regional Economic Development Corporation to offer this Economic Development Grant
      to the company as previously discussed with the Town Board.

Mayor Phillips asked how many of these new positions will be relocating versus hiring
from this area?

Mr. Broadway said they have offered approximately 100 of the current employees in
Ohio the opportunity to relocate. They don’t expect all of those to relocate. I would
assume maybe 50 to 75 might actually relocate and the balance would be hired locally.
That will almost double their employment at that campus. It will bring the total to just
under 700 employees there.

There being no further comments, Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing.

                                       OTHER BUSINESS

Interlocal Agreement – Dispatch Services. Commissioner McAulay made a motion
to adopt a resolution authorizing an interlocal agreement pertaining to the provision of
dispatch services between the Town of Huntersville and the Town of Cornelius.
Commissioner Swain seconded motion.

Motion carried 4 to 1, with Commissioner Jeter opposed. Commissioners Sisson and
Leonhardt abstained, which counted as votes in favor.

Resolution/Agreement attached hereto as Attachment No. 4.

Budget Amendment – HFFA. Commissioner Swain made a motion to approve budget
amendment appropriating $45,495 from Fund Balance – Family Fitness & Aquatics
Fund to pay HS Works Health Management, Inc. a bonus for the fourth year of
operation. Commissioner Sisson seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.


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Accept Streets for Maintenance – MacAulay Subdivision. David Jarrett, Town
Engineer/Public Works Director, pointed out that Harvington Drive was left off the list of
streets included in agenda packet.

Commissioner Sisson said we have received a lot of e-mails from residents. The look
of the streets is similar to the looks of most of the other streets in most of the other
subdivisions that were approved in the past in Huntersville. Having driven through
there, though, the patchwork is really kind of a mess. A lot of the patches sit higher
than the rest of the streets. Is this going to be a problem?

Mr. Jarrett said I don’t know what road you are talking about. I don’t know if it’s a road
we are accepting now, if it’s a road that we have already accepted, if it’s a road we
haven’t even looked at yet. It’s hard to say if it’s a finished product.

Mayor Phillips said I ran in there last week so I could really get a good feel for it and it
does look better. Six months ago it was really bad.

Mr. Jarrett said the two main streets in and out are being resurfaced. The main
entrance off of Stumptown had not been resurfaced as of Friday. It may have been
done today. The other entrance off of Northcross had been resurfaced and it is in much
better shape.

Commissioner Sisson said but even still, I forget what the name of that road is that goes
in off of Northcross, but when you turn onto the side streets there, there’s probably
close to an inch drop.

Mr. Jarrett said I’m not sure we have accepted anything on that side of the subdivision
yet, off of the Hugh McAuley end to the north. I’m pretty sure that side of the
subdivision we are still working on.

Mayor Phillips asked do you think we should wait until the resurfacing is complete to
accept these streets?

Mr. Jarrett said those streets are already our streets. Those aren’t on the agenda
tonight to be considered by you. They are already Town maintained.

Commissioner Swain asked what would be the benefit of us accepting streets that look
like patchwork quilts?

Mr. Jarrett said I don’t know that there’s a benefit.

Commissioner Swain said I was going to come to tonight’s meeting and say I am not
going to vote to accept any of these streets until they are smooth and they look like
normal roads are supposed to look. I don’t want us as the Town to feel that we’ve got to
do it when I think it’s the developer. I feel badly that you are up here pitching.



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Mr. Jarrett said I’m not pitching. It’s up to you to accept. It’s just the process that we
follow. The old standard was 6” of stone and 1-1/2” of asphalt. The asphalt went on
immediately and the construction began. The roads deteriorate over a 5 to 7 year
period of the life of the development. Now we’ve got 8” and 2-1/2”. The final inch goes
on 75 percent complete or later at our choice, so we have resolved that issue I hope
going forward. All the older subdivisions just have the old standard and we don’t have
the teeth in the Zoning or Subdivision Ordinance of that time to go back and say you
need to overlay the entire road because there’s patchwork everywhere. We look to
make sure it is structurally sound and if it’s sound, that’s the standard of care that we
have been going by and that’s what Mecklenburg County has been using for some
years. That’s just where we are and where this subdivision is. It’s structurally sound, at
least we think it is, but it’s the aesthetics that’s not there. I agree totally. There’s no
doubt that it’s not good. What Rhein Interests agreed to from the time we started talking
about this was that from now on any patchwork that was in a small area of each other,
they would overlay the entire width of the road from end to end. They’ve been doing
that from that point forward.

Commissioner Sisson said if you drive through MacAulay there are certain sections that
they went in completely resurfaced.

Commissioner Swain said I did notice that. There are still roads that has not been
achieved.

Mr. Jarrett said there are still roads that we haven’t accepted. If it was in the past 6
months, they are doing that. If it was before that, they didn’t do it. We already have a
portion of the streets in there. We already have the main two roads and some side
streets. Those are already our streets, so we can’t require them to go back and do
anything on those. I don’t believe I can require them to go back and put an overlay on
it. We are making sure they meet the specifications of the Subdivision and Zoning
Ordinance that we approved them at that time.

Commissioner McAulay asked if the roads are built to standard of the subdivision
ordinance they were approved under and we don’t accept the streets, who’s going to
maintain them?

Mr. Jarrett said subdivision bonds are released and now we get a one-year
maintenance bond. We have a one-year period to see if we’ve got any more defects
that will present themselves in a year. After that year, the bond is released for the
maintenance bond and they are either in the developer’s control or the HOA’s control
until such time that we take them over. If we don’t take them over, more than likely you
start to throw the burden back on the HOA to maintain those streets.

Commissioner McAulay said if these roads are accepted tonight, then there is a year’s
worth of bond money put up starting tonight.




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Mr. Jarrett said there is on a portion of those streets. If you remember, I put two or
three of these streets on three or four months ago that you didn’t approve. That
maintenance bond has since run out, so those are just sitting out there right now waiting
for us to take them over. I think 65 percent of those streets still have the one-year
maintenance bond on them.

Commissioner McAulay said if the Town of Huntersville doesn’t accept these roads,
then no one will be doing any maintenance on them.

Mr. Jarrett said that would be my opinion. We wouldn’t do any maintenance, because I
don’t have the funding out of my budget to do maintenance on them unless we take
them over as a Town maintained street.

Commissioner McAulay said until we get these as roads we maintain and identify that to
the State, we receive no funds from the State.

Commissioner Swain asked if we get those funds, how do we guarantee that we will
utilize that money to improve those roads?

Mr. Jarrett said we don’t. The roads are structurally sound. There’s nothing wrong with
the roads other than they are not pretty.

Commissioner Jeter said you made a comment that you think they are structurally
sound.

Mr. Jarrett said we will never know if every square inch is structurally sound. There’s no
way to tell that. It doesn’t matter if you run all the testing in the world, you can’t tell that
every square inch of the pavement is structurally sound. The good thing we have is the
one-year maintenance bond on all these, so when we walk them for the first time and
the subdivision bond is released, we make sure that they are back in a sound condition
so anything that’s bad we make sure it’s upgraded to where it needs to be to be under
our ordinances. After that year if anything else is going to occur, typically it occurs
within a year’s time, that’s why we put that provision in there. We’ve at least got that
guarantee and then we go back at the end of that year period, walk it again, and they
correct anything else that has shown up in that year’s period.

Commissioner Jeter asked do we not have any other ability at our disposal to force the
developer’s hand more on some roads? Under Sarah’s question she illustrates a good
point, which is if we don’t take these tonight, the developer is still off the hook, we don’t
have the roads, it leaves the residents in what my opinion would be a very precarious
situation. The flipside of that is I’m not sure I want the developer off the hook for this if
there’s a real issue. Do we have any other options?

Mr. Blythe said not if it was approved and constructed according to the standard that the
developer was obligated to at the time of the approval. In other words, you can’t go
back and impose a new law on them.


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Mayor Phillips said in some of the other neighborhoods we were sort of able to
negotiate additional work to fix problem areas through the developer, where the Town
met the developer part way in order to accept the roads i.e. Birkdale, the Hamptons.

Mr. Jarrett said on the two roads that we are resurfacing, we worked with them and they
are paying 50 percent of the cost. They have worked with us that way.

Commissioner McAulay made a motion to accept the following roads in the MacAulay
subdivision for Town Maintenance:

Chipping Drive (from 125 ft W of Almondell to 175 ft E of Almondell, approx 300 ft in length)
Almondell Drive (from Sagefield to Chipping, approx 900 ft in length)
Hugh McAuley Road (from 300 ft NE of MacBeth to 1000 ft WNW T’s into Harvington, approx 1,300 ft in length)
MacBeth Court (from Hugh McAuley to 150 ft SE of Hugh McAuley, approx 150 ft in length)
Sagefield Drive (from 125 ft N of Chaddsley to Stumptown, approx 500 ft in length)
Carbert Lane (from Chipping to Sagefield, approx 550 ft in length)
Chipping Drive (from 300 ft W of Cottsbrooke to 175 ft E of Cottsbrooke, approx 500 ft in length)
Chipping Drive (from 125 ft W of Carbert to 50 ft E of Carbert, approx 175 ft in length)
Chaddsley Drive (from 275 ft S of Chipping to 150 ft N of Chipping, approx 425 ft in length)
Chaddsley Drive (from 150 ft E of Sagefield to 175 ft W of Sagefield, approx 325 ft in length)
Harvington Drive (from 100 ft W of Hugh McAuley to Lot 23 House #14530, approx 1,000 ft in length)
Harvington Drive (from 125 ft W of Hugh McAuley House #14006 to intersection of Hugh McAuley & Harvington,
                    approx 125 ft in length)

Commissioner Sisson seconded motion.

Commissioner Sisson said as far as from an aesthetic point of view, if you look at the
other subdivisions that we are looking to approve tonight, they look just as bad as the
ones in MacAulay, but functionally they work well. I think, as David pointed out, our new
ordinances solve these problems.

Commissioner McAulay said on the new ones that we are taking over tonight, a year’s
bond will be in existence and during the year you will be watching it. After that year you
would walk it again before it’s released. You control the bond now whereas before you
came it was being controlled by Mecklenburg County.

Mr. Jarrett said Mecklenburg County still holds it for us.

Commissioner McAulay said but you say when it’s released.

Commissioner Swain said we cannot use any of those monies to make it aesthetically
pleasing. It has to be for structural.

Mr. Jarrett said where each road is in the bond process, I’m not sure. When we release
the subdivision bond, the maintenance bond follows for a year.

Mayor Phillips said would you research that and let us know and possibly the
Homeowners Association so they would have an idea of when those bonds run out.


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Commissioner Swain asked if we vote on this tonight, are we losing our opportunity to
negotiate with the developer to do something like we did with Birkdale or the two roads
that we have already done?

Mr. Jarrett said the other roads were different circumstances. Nobody maintained them
and the developer had been gone for 2 to 5 years. It’s a little different circumstance.

Commissioner Jeter said it sounds like from what he is saying we don’t have ability
either way. Do we have documentation from the Mecklenburg County inspector when
these roads were initially put down? Do we have documentation that supports the fact
that they were actually made to our standards? Is there any way for us to quantify that?

Mr. Jarrett said we have talked about this with the president of the HOA and provided
them the documentation. I don’t think Mecklenburg County had documents that
covered everything. Whenever there was a mass transfer of files from hard copy to
electronic, there was a bug and those files were lost. We don’t have all of those files.
We’ve got paperwork from the developer that shows the roads were installed per the
standards.

Commissioner Jeter asked what happens if we defer the decision?

Mr. Jarrett said nothing happens. The bonds are in the process that they are in.

Commissioner Jeter said the developer is off the hook based on the timeframe. The
bond is really a non-issue because we can’t touch that money for a year anyway.

Mr. Jarrett said we can’t touch the money in the bond unless they refuse to do
something that is required of them.

Commissioner Swain said we can instruct you to scrutinize those roads.

Mr. Jarrett said I feel like we scrutinize them as much as we can. There’s only a certain
amount that we can do. I would love to do more. If they would overlay every road that
would be fine with me, but I don’t have that control.

Commissioner Sisson asked what other subdivisions do we have upcoming that we may
be dealing with similar issues?

Mr. Jarrett said the only new subdivision that we have accepted anything with the new
pavement structure is Cashion Woods. Northstone is still out there, Skybrook will be
coming, there’s still most everything out there that’s almost complete that we haven’t
gotten the roads yet that will be the same pavement structure.

Commissioner Swain said there are roads that still have some patching to be done.




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Mr. Jarrett said this is only about 1/3 of the subdivision. There’s still more subdivision
work out there. That’s not to say some of these roads won’t have patches on them
again in a year’s time.

Commissioner Jeter said I drive right through MacAulay everyday and I know the
comments are they are structurally sound and I have no way to know one way or the
other, but they don’t look like they are.

Mr. Jarrett said utility cuts hurt us a lot. Water, sewer, gas, telephone, everybody cuts
through the streets without us knowing, so there’s cross-line cuts. There’s other stuff
other than what the developer does sometimes.

Commissioner Jeter asked what’s the best way to protect these residents?

Laeayne Kimbro said I don’t want to see the developer let off the hook and the Town to
get stuck with maintenance of our roads.

Commissioner Sisson said the problem that we are dealing with is they are built to the
Town’s standards and we can’t ask them to build more than the Town’s standards.

Mr. Kimbro said one portion at Harvington and Hugh McAuley is torn up.

Mr. Jarrett said the lower portion of Harvington is not on this sheet. Everybody does
stuff without us knowing sometimes. They are going to fix it back and we are going to
make them fix it back just like we would if we told them to patch it. It will still be under
the maintenance bond.

Commissioner Swain said at this point I would rather us be in charge than them.

Mayor Phillips called for the vote.

Motion carried 4 to 1, with Commissioner Jeter opposed.

Commissioner Sisson said will you keep us posted on when these streets that they are
working on that are on here are done.

Transit Governance Interlocal Agreement. Commissioner Swain made a motion to
approve amendment to the Transit Governance Interlocal Agreement. Commissioner
Leonhardt seconded motion.

Jerry Cox, Town Manager, said this was sent to you for information right now. To my
knowledge, it has not been discussed by the MTC.

Mayor Phillips said I would rather discuss it among the other towns and see what they
think.



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Commissioner Swain withdrew her motion.

Commissioner McAulay made a motion to defer until after the appropriate discussions.
Commissioner Sisson seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.

Parks & Recreation Commission Appointments. Commissioner Swain made a
motion to approve the following Parks & Recreation Commission appointments:

       Carol Livingston     (3-year term through December 2009)
       Renee Jones          (3-year term through December 2009)
       Sheree Haymore       (3-year term through December 2009)
       Geoffrey Doyle       (2-year term through December 2008)
       Steve Williams       (3-year term through December 2009)

Commissioner Jeter seconded motion.

Commissioner McAulay said I was the one that wanted to do the meet and greet. The
reason is we only had five applications. A year ago we had an excessive amount to the
point that we created a Greenway Committee. My concern is why did we have such a
drop-off. I wanted time to figure out if everybody lived on the same subdivision street
and I didn’t do that.

Mayor Phillips said I don’t think that they did. Steve Williams was in the Hamptons, one
was in Northstone. I wondered if part of the increase last year was due to the fact of the
publicity that the two new parks we were adding.

Commissioner McAulay said I hope that the people being appointed are not single
issued.

Mayor Phillips said at least two of them were interested in special needs.

Commissioner Leonhardt said I think we have a real need there.

Mayor Phillips called for the vote.

Motion carried unanimously.

Reschedule January 1, 2007 Regular Town Board Meeting. Commissioner Sisson
made a motion to reschedule the January 1, 2007 Regular Town Board Meeting to
January 2, 2007 due to the New Year’s holiday. Commissioner Swain seconded
motion. Motion carried unanimously.




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                                             CONSENT AGENDA

Approval of Minutes. Commissioner Swain made a motion to approve the minutes of
the November 6, 2006 Regular Town Board Meeting. Commissioner Sisson seconded
motion. Motion carried unanimously.

Accept Streets for Maintenance. Commissioner Swain made a motion to accept the
following streets for Town Maintenance:

Cashion Woods Subdivision
Savannah Grace Lane (from Beatties Ford to Lora Lynn, approx 2,400 ft in length)
Lora Lynn Court (from 400 ft SW of Savannah Grace to cul-de-sac, approx 600 ft in length)
Rhiannon Lane (from Savannah Grace to 250 ft S of Savannah Grace, approx 250 ft in length)
Ginny Louise Lane (from Savannah Grace to 250 ft S of Savannah Grace, approx 250 ft in length)
Rhiannon Lane (from 200 ft N of Savannah Grace to 150 ft S of Savannah Grace, approx 350 ft in length)
Amy Arnoux Drive (from 200 ft N of Savannah Grace to 200 ft S of Savannah Grace, approx 400 ft in length)

Skybrook Subdivision
Hillspring Drive (from 150 ft E of Greenpoint to Highcrest, approx 1,650 ft in length)
Elmcrest Lane (from Hillspring to cul-de-sac, approx 206 ft in length)
Westgreen Drive (from Highcrest to Hillspring, approx 1,286 ft in length)
Timbergreen Drive (from Highcrest to 694 ft W of Highcrest, approx 694 ft in length)
Highcrest Drive (from 250 S of Westgreen to cul-de-sac, approx 905 ft in length)
Arlen Park Drive (from Hillspring to Westgreen, approx 500 ft in length)

Skybrook Townhomes
Greenpoint Lane (from cul-de-sac to Hillspring, approx 1,414 ft in length)
Sunset Grove Drive (from cul-de-sac to Greenpoint, approx 824 ft in length)

Monteith Park Subdivision
Barnsbury Drive (from Denbolme to Bankside, approx 1,120 ft in length)
Bankside Drive (from 475 ft W of intersection w/Barnsbury to Shinner, approx 1,660 ft in length)
Tooley Street (from Parcell to Barnsbury, approx 450 ft in length)
Parcell Street (from 125 ft W of Barnsbury to Bankside, approx 880 ft in length)
Taviston Street (from Denbolme to Parcell, approx 580 ft in length)
Millbank Street (from Shinner to Taviston, approx 480 ft in length)
Denbolme Street (from Barnsbury to Shinner, approx 820 ft in length)
Shinner Drive (from Bankside to 60 ft SE of intersection w/Denbolme, approx 435 ft in length)

Hampton Ridge Subdivision
Laureate Road (from 175 ft E of Willingham to 400 ft W of Willingham, approx 575 ft in length)
Willingham Road (from Laureate to 450 ft S of Laureate, approx 450 ft in length)
Hampton Trace Road (from 150 ft E of Willingham to 650 ft W of Willingham, approx 800 ft in length)
Knoxwood Drive (from Lot 39 Block 7 to Circle of Lot 31 Block 7, approx 650 ft in length)

Latta Springs Subdivision
Red Falcon Court (from NE corner of Lot 105 to SE corner of Lot 104, approx 195 ft in length)
Hayes Ridge Court (from northernmost corner of Lot 88 to intersection of Red Falcon, approx 60 ft in length)
Red Falcon Court (from NE corner of Lot 103 to intersection of Latta Springs, approx 805 ft in length)
Latta Springs Circle (from 600 ft S of Red Falcon to 590 ft N of Red Falcon, approx 1,190 ft in length)

Commissioner Sisson seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.

                                         MANAGER’S COMMENTS

None


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                          MAYOR’S CLOSING COMMENTS

Mayor Phillips requested Public Works repair several bad potholes in the area.




There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.



Approved this the 18th day of December 2006.




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