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Regular Session Agenda 05/12/12

Agenda
Sumter County Council
Regular Agenda
May 12, 2011 - Held at 6:00 p.m.
Sumter County Administration Building
13 East Canal Street , Sumter, South Carolina


 

1.    CALL TO ORDER – Chairman, The Honorable Eugene R. Baten

2.    INVOCATION –Council Member Or Local Minister

3.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE -

4.    APPROVAL OF AGENDA – May 22, 2012                                                          

Items #1 and #2 Under New Business Will Be Year Immediately After Action On Minutes of May 8, 2012. 

5.    APPROVAL OF MINUTES:   Regular Meeting Held May 8, 2012                                                       

6.    LAND USE MATTERS AND REZONING REQUESTS:

       Planned Development/Rezoning Requests

(1)   OA-12-02 --  Second Reading/Public Hearing -- Digital Billboards (County) – (12-764) – A Request To Amend The County’s Sign Ordinance, Article 8, Section 8.I.8, Off Premise Advertising (Billboards) To Allow For Digital Sign Display On Billboards.  (Prior To Action On Second Reading, Council Will Hold A Public Hearing On This Matter.)

       Street Name Changes – None

       Grant Awards -- None

7.    OTHER PUBLIC HEARING:

(1)   12-754 –An Ordinance Authorizing A Permanent Easement To Carolina Power & Light, D/B/A Progress Energy Carolinas, Inc. On Property Adjoining Mooneyhan Road (The Continental Tire Site).  (Note:  This Ordinance Property Description Was Previously St. Matthew Church Road; Since It has Been Changed, Council Is Holding A Public Hearing Concerning This Located On Mooneyhan Road.)  (Council Will Take Action On Third Reading For This Proposed Ordinance Immediately After Public Hearing Or During Old Business.) 

 (2)  12-762 –An Ordinance Authorizing The Transfer Of Twenty-Two And Six Tenths Acres Of Property Located On St. Matthews Church Road, Sumter, SC.  (Council Will Take Action On Second Reading For This Proposed Ordinance Immediately After Public Hearing Or During Old Business.) 

8.    NEW BUSINESS:

(1)   Recognition Of Sumter County EMS Competition Winners.

(2)   Proclamation Proclaiming May 20-May 27, as Emergency Medical Services Week. 

(3)   Proclamation Proclaiming May 26, 2012, as Dr. McKinley Washington, Jr. Day in Sumter, South Carolina. 

(4)   12-766 -- First Reading -- An Ordinance Authorizing The Transfer Of A Fee In Lieu Of Tax -- Arrangement Between Sumter County, South Carolina And Caterpillar Inc. Under Title 4, Chapter 12 Of The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina (1976), As Amended, To An Arrangement Under Title 12, Chapter 44 Of The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina (1976), As Amended; And Other Matters Related Thereto.

(5)  12-767 -- First Reading -- An Ordinance Authorizing An Amendment To The Agreement For The Development Of A Joint County Industrial And Business Park Between Kershaw County And Sumter County Dated April 27, 1999,  (Ordinance 99-365)Adding Additional Property Of Caterpillar Inc., And Other Matters Related Thereto.

(6)   A Resolution Authorizing The Sheriff Of Sumter County To Enter Into Interagency Agreements With The Horry County Sheriff And With The Colleton County Sheriff For Mutual Aid And Cooperation Purposes

(7) 12-765 -– First Reading -- An Ordinance To Provide For A Levy Of Taxes For County Purposes Of Sumter County, S. C., (Known As The Budget Ordinance) For The Fiscal Year Of Said County Beginning July 1, 2011, To Direct The Expenditures Of Said Taxes And Other Funds Of Said County, And To Provide For Other Matters Related Thereto.

(8)  It May Be Necessary To Hold An Executive Session To Discuss A Personnel Matter, Receive A Legal Briefing, Or Discuss A Contractual Matter And Appropriate Actions May Be Required And Taken Thereafter. 

9.    OLD BUSINESS: 

(1)   12-754 –Third Reading -- An Ordinance Authorizing A Permanent Easement To Carolina Power & Light, D/B/A Progress Energy Carolinas, Inc. On Property Adjoining Mooneyhan Road (The Continental Tire Site).  (Note:  This Ordinance Number Was Used Previously On A Similar Ordinance Pertaining To Property Located On St. Matthew Church Road.)

(2)   12-758 – Third Reading – An Ordinance To Amend The Sumter County Business License Ordinance To Provide For Electronic Gaming And Simulated Gambling Devices.

(3)   12-759 – Second Reading -- An Ordinance Authorizing A Special Property Tax Assessment For The Property Located At 2 North Main Street.

(4)   12-761 -- Second Reading -- An Ordinance To Extend The Service Area For The Oswego Rural Water Company, Inc.

(5)   12-762 – Second Reading -- An Ordinance Authorizing The Transfer Of Twenty-Two And Six Tenths Acres Of Property Located On St. Matthews Church Road, Sumter, SC.

(6)   12-763 – Second Reading --  An Ordinance Authorizing Sumter County, South Carolina, To Enter Into An Intergovernmental Agreement With The Santee Wateree Regional Transportation Authority; To Enter Into A  Loan Agreement With The Bank In The Amount Of Not To Exceed $900,000 For The Purpose Of Refinancing The Outstanding Principal Amount Of The Loan Associated With The Same Documents Entered Into In 2008; Approving The Form And Terms Of The Intergovernmental Agreement And The Loan Agreement, And Other Matters Related Thereto.

10.  COMMITTEE REPORTS:

(1)   Internal Affairs Committee Meeting Held On Monday, May 21, 2012, At 4:00 P.M. In Sumter County Administration Building, County Council’s Conference Room– (Byrd, McGhaney, and Sanders).

(2)   Fiscal, Tax, And Property Committee Meeting Held On Tuesday, May 22, 2012, At 4:00 P.M. In Sumter County Administration Building, County Council’s Conference Room– (Baten, Blanding, And Edens).

(3)   Special Budget Meeting of Sumter County Council Tuesday, May 22, 2012, at 4:30 P.M. Report From Council Members On Other Meetings, Trainings, And/Or Conferences. 

11.  MONTHLY REPORTS

12.  COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT

13.  PUBLIC COMMENT

14. ADJOURNMENT


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