Development & Services Committee
Tuesday, September 25, 2001, 5:00 p.m.
to Order Bernice Scott, Committee Chair, called the meeting to order.
of Minutes The minutes of the July 23, 2001 Regular Session Meeting were
approved as submitted.
of Agenda The agenda was adopted as submitted.
1. Items for
Amendment: Sec. 21-9. Road Closing The Committee recommended first
reading approval of the ordinance amending Sec. 21-9, Road Closing. With
regard to receiving compensation for relinquished easements, the Committee
recommended that Council decide between (1) considering on a case by case
basis or (2) fair market value except for when there is a prescriptive easement
or the property is zoned residential or rural with no plans for commercial
Deed: 632 Kentucky St. The Committee recommended first reading approval
of a quitclaim deed for 632 Kentucky Street as consistent with the new language
for Sec. 21-9 as presented in item A.
Deed: Peyton Street The Committee recommended first reading approval
of a quitclaim deed for the Peyton Street parcel as consistent with the
new language for Sec. 21-9 as presented in item A.
of Maintenance: Old Lorick Road The Committee recommended approval
of abandoning maintenance on Old Lorick Road as consistent with the new
language for Sec. 21-9 as presented in item A.
Study: Longtown Connector The Committee forwarded this item to Council
without recommendation and instructed the County Administrator to determine
if a study had already been conducted and to determine the costs that would
be associated with this project.
- Fee Increase:
Solid Waste Collection the Committee did not approve the request to
increase the solid waste collection fee.
Amendment: Landfills & Composting Facilities The Committee recommended
first reading approval of an ordinance amending the section of the code
Amendment: Driveway Requirements The Committee deferred this item
until a work session could be held to discuss the issue.
on Engineering Contracts no report was given
3. Items for
Information / Discussion
There were no
items for information or discussion.
by Ash Miller