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On the agenda, December 4

Nov. 30, 2017--The Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners will hold a work session on Monday,Dec. 4, at 4 p.m. in the multi-purpose room of the Government Center (65 Church St. SE, Concord). If you can't attend, watch the livestream at cabarruscounty.us/cabcotv, follow live tweets from the meeting (#CCBOC) or catch the meeting playback on Spectrum Channel 22 and YouTube.          

Here are some discussion items: 

  • Salvation Army - Center of Hope Homeless Shelter  
  • Infrastructure and Asset Management - Parking Deck Update

Here are some discussion items for action at the Dec. 18 meeting: 

  • County Manager - Cox Mill Force Main Easement
  • Kannapolis City Schools - Funding Request for Kannapolis Middle School Contract Changes
  • Kannapolis City Schools - Kannapolis City Schools Request Funds to Match Federal Grant
  • Active Living and Parks - 2017 Fees and Charges Policy
  • Board of Commissioners - Commissioner Appointments for 2018
  • Board of Commissioners - Resolution Establishing the Board of Commissioners' 2018 Meeting Schedule
  • County Manager - Approval to Request Annexation for Elementary School Property
  • County Manager and Human Resources - Modifications to the Law Enforcement Fair Standards Labor Act (FSLA) 207(k) Fluctuating Workweek Method
  • Department of Human Services - FY18 HCCBG Funding Plan Revision
  • Finance - Budget Write off of Capital Projects in the Construction and Renovation Fund and the School Construction Fund
  • Finance - Contractual Incentive Payment for SMG (Cabarrus Arena)
  • Finance - Limited Obligation Bonds 2017 (Update on Debt Issuance)
  • Library - Policy Updates

For information on these and other topics the Board of Commissioners will discuss, view the full agenda of the BOC work session.  Accommodations:In accordance with ADA regulations, anyone in need of an accommodation to participate in the meeting should notify the ADA Coordinator at 704-920-2100 at least 48 hours prior to the program. *Board of Commissioners meeting agendas are subject to change.*

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