Highlights from the December 16 regular meeting of the Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners
Among its decisions at the December 16 meeting, the Board:
Elected Elizabeth Pool chair and Larry Burrage vice chair of the Board of Commissioners.
Adopted a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day proclamation.
Recognized Lenora Barron on receipt of her NCRPA Award, the Communications and Outreach department for its two 2013 3CMA national television awards, and Cabarrus employee Terri Montgomery on her retirement from the Department of Human Services.
Received an update on NCFAST from DHS staff.
Approved consent items, including the Active Living and Parks 2014 Fees and Charges Policy, commissioner appointments for 2014, resolution establishing the Board of Commissioners 2014 meeting schedule, County/CVB Interlocal Agreement, EMS approval of ambulance piggyback bid purchase, Cabarrus County Schools QSCB reallocation request and related budget amendment, ITS Interlocal Agreement to provide Accela Automation Software hosting and licensing to the City of Concord, ITS Child Protective Services mobile solution request, Soil and Water Conservation District authorization to submit a grant application to the N.C. Foundation for Soil and Water conservation and application for State matching funds to purchase agricultural conservation easement, approval of the trade-in/surplus of duty weapons and the November 2013 Refund and Release Report.
Held a public hearing and authorized the chair to sign the closeout report for the 2012 CDBG Scattered Site Housing Rehab Grant.
Acknowledged receipt of the Salisbury-Rowan Community Action Agency’s FY14-15 Community Services Block Grant Application.
Approved expansion for the existing contract with professional resources and services and approved the related budget amendment to the construction and renovation und for the foundation repair on Mt. Pleasant Emergency Communications Tower.
The Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners will hold its next work session on Monday, January 6, and its next regular meeting on Tuesday, January 21.
Note: This is for information only. The minutes for the meeting will be the official record of action taken by the Board on December 16, 2013.