PRESENT: Mayor Council: Riley Bradham, Zach Nelson, Henry Holst, Allen Holmes, Frank Thornhill and Town Clerk Colleen Key
Meeting called to order at 7:00 with pledge.
Other Present: None / no one requested time on the agenda,
Mayor motions to accept prior meetings Minutes as drafted. Seconded by Henry Holst. Unanimously approved.
FINANCIAL REPORT as of 6/30/2020
PREVIOUS Ending $ CURRENT Ending $
Wells Fargo Checking $ 60,566.95 $58,480.06
S.C. Local Government Investment Pool $ 241,594.20 $241,799.67
Zach Nelson suggests transferring $20,000.00 to LGIP from the operating account. Council agrees.
MAYOR / COUNCIL REPORTS:
- Planning: No one reporting.
- BZA absent. No one reporting.
- Code Enforcement. No one reporting.
- DRB absent. No one reporting
- WLPC: Henry Holst – No report
Road repairs. Mayor has attempted to status check the decision on having the County repair the roads. Due to the pandemic, communication is few and far between as much of the County personnel may be working from home.
Planning has not been able to host a meeting to approve the Container Ordinance or the Comprehensive Plan.
DRB does have a date to meet.
Budget is complete. Zach motions that we endeavor to follow procedure to enact the Budget. Clerk to run Ad for first Reading at the next Council Meeting.
Hazard Mitigation – Mayor to meet with CRS to discuss plans to mitigate flooding disaster. Basically, the more the Town does to avoid flooding disaster the less the Town pays in flood insurance. It is recommended by the County that the Town adopts the revised Charleston Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan, as it has adopted previous versions. It serves as a checklist to avail ourselves of lower/higher? rating which directly affects flood insurance requirements. Mayor motions to accept as drafted the Charleston Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan. Zach Nelson seconded. Unanimously approved.
No Wake Zone – Increased boat traffic has impacted the waterfront as people are not slowing down as they pass by. Property has been damaged as of late. State Legislature must deem you a NO WAKE ZONE. DNR lacks the manpower to monitor the situation regularly. The Town must submit an application to DNR who in turn sends an Investigator. The Investigator then makes a recommendation to the State. Expect it to be a long process. Criteria is mostly based on safety. Mayor to follow up on specifics of the procedure and possibly collect affidavits from waterfront property owners.
Question – Should Council Members be notified of construction projects in the Town by other committees? Mayor does receive reports from other committees and suggests Council ask to be included in reporting emails.
SCHEDULING ORDER: Clerk to run ad for budget.
Motion to adjourn 7:40. Seconded by Frank Thornhill.
Notice of Meeting: In accordance with the SC Code of Laws, 1976, Section 30-4-80(d), as amended, notification of the time, date and place of this meeting has been met via the Rockville Website and/or King’s Grocery Store Bulletin Board. The agenda was posted on the website and King’s Grocery Store Bulletin Board prior to the meeting.