PRESENT: Mayor Council: Riley Bradham, Henry Holst, Frank Thornhill, Zach Nelson, Allen Holmes and Town Clerk Colleen Key
Meeting called to order 7:06
Other Present: Linda Folk
Mayor motioned to accept the minutes of August Meeting as drafted. Seconded by Zach Nelson Unanimously approved.
FINANCIAL REPORT as of 7/31/2019 *LGIP Clerk forgot to request current report
PREVIOUS Ending $ CURRENT Ending $
Wells Fargo Checking $69,274.48 $55,519.86
S.C. Local Government Investment Pool $238,226.64 $
Zach Nelson motions to transfer $25,000.00 to LGIP for the sake of security. Mayor seconded. Unanimously approved.
MAYOR / COUNCIL REPORTS:
- Planning absent. No one reporting.
- BZA absent. No one reporting.
- Code Enforcement. No one reporting.
- DRB: Linda Folk representing. Comment: Holst’s application for a change of roofing material for their porch project was denied because materials were not consistent with the UDO. Miller’s detached garage application was approved. Huey’s dock repair application was approved. Morgan’s house addition was approved.
- WLPC: Henry Holst representing. Bolts attended WILPC meeting to indicate that they would change/reduce PD request. WILPC indicated to the Bolts that the decision was out of WILPC hands and the County has jurisdiction and there was no further discussion of the topic at that point.
Emergency tree cutting. In the interest of safety, Council supports tree cutting, but suggests taking photos and documenting all work if any town citizen has questions.
Reminder to Clerk to post minutes on town Website.
Storm debris removal. SCDOT has indicated that they will clean Maybank (a state road), but not sure when. Regarding Harts, Rockland, Grace Chapel and SIYC roads, FEMA has not made a declaration to fund the County to clean-up. The Town has a contract with the County to clean these roads that can be very expensive – Town may be responsible for 25% of cost up to 100% depending on FEMA funds.
Mayor has corresponded with Chris Wannamaker, the County representative of Storm Debris Removal. The Town has decided not to engage County debris removal services until the Town is made aware of the cost. Storm Debris Removal is in the Town Budget. Mayor has spoken with Daniel Hatchell who has quoted $100 per load to remove debris. Other quotes to be sought out. Special meeting may be held to compare quotes.
Allen Holmes comments, for the record, that the general road repairs need to move forward. Mayor refreshed council’s memory on findings by Charleston Green during initial efforts to fix the roads. Root systems interfered with grading. Truly fixing may require a minimum of 60 truck loads of dirt at $375 per and then will need to be graded. Mayor suggests a temporary fix to make traversable in the $1000-$2000 range. The services of an Engineer may be required for the long-term remedy. Mayor to contact a County Engineer for advice.
November 7 Town Training
Container Ordinance is awaiting the Planning Commission to meet to review/approve. Jimmy Folk to contact committee members to set up meeting.
- Storm debris removal.
- SIYC road repair. Avant Construction
Motion to adjourn 7:53. Seconded by Henry Holst.
Rockville Town Meeting Minutes – Reconvened
September 16, 2019 7:55 P.M.
PRESENT: Mayor Council: Riley Bradham, Henry Holst, Frank Thornhill, Allen Holmes, Zach Nelson and Town Clerk Colleen Key
Mayor motions to reconvene meeting to read BZA Ordinance. Henry Holst seconded. Unanimously approved.
Meeting reconvened to order at 7:55
BZA Reduction Ordinance First Reading
Reduce BZA from 5 members to 3.
Documentation to be signed at next meeting.
Motion to adjourn at 8:02 by Frank Thornhill. Mayor seconded.
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.