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Mar 5, 2013

Mar 5, 2013

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Franklin county commission
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FRANKLIN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSREGULAR MEETINGFRANKLIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEXMARCH 5, 20139:00 AMAGENDA
The Board of County Commissioners asks that all cell phones are turned off or placed on silent (vibrate) mode. If you would like tocomment on any matter, when recognized by the Chairman, state your name, sign the speaker log, and please adhere to the 3 minutetime limit. If you plan on distributing any handouts (information) to the Commission, please provide a copy to the Clerk for the officialrecords.
9:00 A.M. Call to OrderPrayer and PledgeApproval of the MinutesPayment of County Bills9:15 A.M. Department Supervisor ReportHubert Chipman
 –
Superintendent of Public WorksFonda Davis
 –
Solid Waste DirectorNikki Millender- Parks & RecreationPam Brownell- Emergency Management DirectorBill Mahan
 –
County Extension Director9:45 A.M. Discussion of County Attorney10:00 A.M. Open Bids for Electronic Health Records, Weems Hospital
Weem’s Hospital CEO Report
 10:15 A.M.
Open RFQ’s for Economic Planner
 10:20 A.M. Marsha Lindeman- DOH Update on Child Immunization Records10:30 A.M. Marcia Johnson- Clerk of Courts Report10:45 A.M. Alan Pierce- Director of Administrative Service11:00 A.M. T. Michael Shuler- County Attorney Report11:15 A.M.
Commissioners’ & Public Comments
 11:30 A.M. Adjourn1:30 P.M.
Workshop with NGO’s who provide services to Senior Citizens
 
 
FRANKLIN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSREGULAR MEETINGFRANKLIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEXFEBRUARY 19, 20139:00 AMMINUTES
Commissioners:
Cheryl Sanders
 –
Chairman, William Massey
 –
Vice Chairman, Noah Lockley,Joseph Parrish, Pinki Jackel
Others Present:
Marcia M. Johnson
 –
Clerk of Court, Alan Pierce
 –
Director of AdministrativeServices, Michael Shuler
 –
County Attorney, Michael Morón
 –
Deputy Clerk/Secretary to theBoard
 Call to Order (9:04 AM)
Chairman Sanders called the Meeting to order.
Prayer and Pledge (9:04 AM)
There was a prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Approval of Minutes (9:05 AM)
Chairman Sanders asked for some sort of indication to separate the discussions regarding theinterviews for County Attorney and the proposed FWC firing range. She also asked to includeany additional discussion regarding the motion made to retain Attorney Shuler.
Motion by Lockley, seconded by Parrish, to approve the Minutes of the February 5, 2013Regular Meeting; Motion carried 5-0.Payment of County Bills (9:09 AM)Motion by Jackel, seconded by Massey
, to approve the payment of the County’s Bills as
presented; Motion carried 5-0.Department Supervisors ReportHubert Chipman
 –
Superintendent of Public Works (9:09 AM)
 
FCBOCC Regular Meeting2/19/2013Page 2 of 16
Mr. Chipman updated the Board on some of the projects going on throughout the County.Commissioner Massey asked that maintenance be done on Buck Street in Eastpoint.Chairman Sanders read a letter received from Pine Coast Plantation Homeowners Associationregarding maintenance to some roads.Commissioner Jackel asked that Plum Street be added to the maintenance request list.Marcia Johnson, Clerk of Court, warned the Board about using County equipment on privateproperty without an ordinance in place.The Board discussed options as to how to go through proper procedures to help maintain theseroads.Commissioner Jackel suggested tabling this item until this issue is investigated further.Commissioner Parrish stated that there is a portion of Paradise Lane that also needsmaintenance.
Motion by Jackel, seconded by Massey, to direct staff to get a list of roads that needmaintenance and to investigate the legal procedure to maintain these roads further; Motioncarried 5-0.
Mr. Chipman asked for Board action to advertise for a vacant entry-level position.
Motion by Jackel, seconded by Massey, to approve advertisement for vacant entry-levelposition at the Road Department; Motion carried 5-0.
Mr. Chipman discussed some shoulders of roads that need maintenance and stated that someof the damage is done by residents
rutting
through the mud.Chairman Sanders asked staff to look at an Ordinance that was passed a few years ago on thismatter.Commissioner Parrish discussed issues with
the shoulders on Pal River’s Road
.
Fonda Davis
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Solid Waste Director (9:21 AM)
Mr. Davis presented his report to the Board.
SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION WASTE DISPOSAL AGREEMENT:FOR BOARD ACTION At the February 5
th
Board Meeting, it was requested that the County  Attorney review the RFP Waste Management submitted for the operations of the FranklinCounty Transfer Station, which included an increase rate from $46.29 to $57.95 (Difference of $11.66). The proposal has since been reviewed by the County Attorney and a Waste Disposal  Agreement has been prepared for signatureREQUESTED ACTION: Motion to sign the Waste Disposal Agreement for the operation of the
County’s Transfer Station, between Franklin County and Waste Management and to increasethe County’s Household Tipping Fees to $65.00
Per Ton and Yard Trash to $45.00 Per Ton, tooffset the rate increase.

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