PRESENT: Mayor Council: Riley Bradham, Zach Nelson, Allen Holmes and Town Clerk Colleen Key
ABSENT: Frank Thornhill and Henry Holst
Meeting called to order 7:05 with pledge.
Other Present: Linda Folk
Mayor motioned to provisionally accept prior Special Meeting Minutes. Seconded by Zach Nelson. Unanimously approved.
FINANCIAL REPORT as of 9/30/2019
PREVIOUS Ending $ CURRENT Ending $
Wells Fargo Checking $55,519.86 $55,521.23
S.C. Local Government Investment Pool $238,687.57 $239,114.66
Zach Nelson noted that the Town has NOT transferred the previously mentioned $25,000.00 to the LGIP account, as it has yet to be determined the cost off all storm debris removal.
A check has been received from prior Town Clerk through the Charleston County Solicitors Office to reimburse the Town for the previously converted funds.
Special Meeting regarding storm debris removal. Project was put out to bid and CDH Services was hired. $2500.00 to clean Rockland, SIYC Rd and Harts Rd. An additional $500 was estimated to pick up any remaining debris not picked up by the State.
Town training Thursday, November 7.
MAYOR / COUNCIL REPORTS:
- Planning absent. No one reporting.
- BZA absent. No one reporting.
- Code Enforcement. No one reporting.
- DRB: Linda Folk representing. Mr Morgan’s project is still under review, as there are lot coverage and handrail issues to discuss. Upcoming topics include Sandy Bee’s garage, Hilton’s on Cherry Pt Rd would like to change exterior doors, a new house on Grace Chapel and a new garage at the Strauss’ (sp?). Adams home is still a major issue as an additional complaint has arisen from a concerned resident. Solar panels also an important topic as the UDO does not address them. Currently Solar Panels have been dealt with by saying they cannot be visible from ROW.
- WLPC absent. No one reporting
Road repair. Mayor met with County Engineers. They recommend scraping potholes, grading, then rolling and aggregate stone placement to crown. Possible top dressing for aesthetic. No plan for ditches. County will perform work at no charge. Other options would be a private contractor at huge costs starting at $40,000 up to $400,000. Similar road repair was performed by the County at Botany Bay Plantation, which sees heavy traffic during peak season, and thus far has only required yearly box blading for maintenance. Mayor visited Botany and took photos to show to community members for approval.
While awaiting to be put on the County schedule, Mayor proposes a temporary fix with the placement of dirt only if at low cost. Other possible Town expenses may be the completion of Rockland, where the County cannot work, top dressing SIYC RD and patching the easement road. Then hopefully just yearly maintenance. Mayor to sort out details and nail down a scope of work with the County.
Mayor motioned to have council approve temporary road repairs up to $3000.00. Zach Nelson seconded. Unanimously approved.
BZA second reading to reduce from 5 to 3 members. Mayor moves to have Ordinance 8212019 adopted.
BZA needs a third member as Bruce Strouk (sp?) has resigned. Keith Luckie has volunteered. Mayor council nominates Keith to BZA. Zach Nelson seconded. Voting to take place at next Town Council meeting.
Planning needs 2 spots filled. State Law requires 5.
Mayor motioned to move forward reducing DRB from 5 to 3. Seconded by Zach Nelson. Unanimously approved.
East Coast Seafood is still reviewing proposed Easement.
Bittngham Group has completed the Audit. $4500 is due for their services.
- Mayor to move forward on road maintenance with County.
- Temporary road fix in the interim with agreed upon $3000.00 limit.
- Two people needed for Planning.
Motion to adjourn 8:08. Seconded by Zach Nelson.
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.