Council Meeting Agenda
7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018
Holly Springs Town Hall
128 S. Main Street
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance.
4. Adjustment and approval of the Oct. 16, 2018 meeting agenda.
5. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: Notes on the Comment Period -- Each speaker is asked to limit comments to 3 minutes, and the total comment period will be 15 minutes or less. Citizens should sign up with the Town Clerk to speak prior to the start of the meeting. Although the Council is interested in hearing your concerns, speakers should not expect Council action or deliberation on subject matter brought up during the Public Comment segment. Topics requiring further investigation will be referred to the appropriate town officials or staff and may be scheduled for a future agenda. Thank you for your consideration of the Town Council, staff and other speakers.
6. REQUESTS AND COMMUNICATIONS:
a. Senator Tamara Barringer will present $50,000 in state funds. (Attachment #1)
b. John Roberson of Wake County will present a landfill report. (Attachment #2)
c. The Holly Springs Skyhawks will report on Wings Over the Springs and present donations from event proceeds.
7. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
a. To receive input on Annexation petition A18-06 for the Turner Drive pump station site. (Attachment #4)
b. To continue receiving sworn testimony on special exception use petition 18-SEU-06 and development plan 18-DP-06 for an automotive repair service. (Attachment #5)
c. Consider adoption of Ordinance 18-REZ-07 for 26.73 acres at 12126 Holly Springs-New Hill Road to change the zoning from PUD: Planned Unit Development to R-10 CU: Conditional Use Residential. (Attachment #6)
d. To receive input on comprehensive plan amendment 18-CPA-05 of the Vision Holly Springs Comprehensive Plan. (Attachment #7)
e. To receive input on rezoning petition 18-REZ-08 for 37.22 acres located at along Ralph Stephens Road from R-20: Residential to R-MF-8 CU: Conditional Use Multifamily Residential. (Attachment #8)
8. CONSENT AGENDA:
a. Approve minutes of the Board’s meetings held Sept. 18, Sept. 25 and Oct. 2. (Attachment #9a)
b. Receive report of monthly administrative budget amendments approved by the Town Manager. (Attachment #9b)
c. Enter $18,500 contract with Eastern Entertainment for HollyFest. (Attachment #9c)
d. Accept T.A. Loving quote for $27,413 to complete the Ting Park Phase 2 construction project. (Attachment #9d)
e. Accept the Dragonfly Pond Works quote for $15,107 to repair the Ting Park storm water control device. (Attachment #9e)
f. Award the Ballentine Signal construction contract to T&H Electrical Corporation and approve funding in amount of $140,000. (Attachment #9f)
g. Adopt an amendment to the FY 2018-19 budget in the amount of $4,006,527 reallocating revenues to a new line item.
h. Adopt an amendment to the FY 2018-19 budget in the amount of $1,500,000 to move Quarter 1 fees in lieu of dedication to parks and recreation reserves. (Attachment #9h)
i. Adopt an amendment to the FY 2018-19 budget in the amount of $6,015,000 to transfer funds from system development fees to capital reserve funds. (Attachment #9i)
j. Adopt an amendment to the FY 2018-19 budget in the amount of $1,000,000 to transfer funds from the previous year budget to this year’s budget. (Attachment #9j)
k. Approve change order #4 for $19,688.05 to the Fred Smith contract to accommodate design changes in the Town Hall Commons public project. (Attachment #9k)
l. Amend the Council’s meeting calendar to include a work session at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8. (Attachment #9l)
9. NEW BUSINESS:
a. Consideration of commercial master plan 18-MAS-01 for Lowes Home Improvement. (Attachment #10)
b. Consideration of applications for a mid-term vacancy on the Planning Board. (Attachment #11)
c. Consideration of applications for a mid-term vacancy on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. (Attachment #12)
d. Consider adoption of Resolution 18-42 authorizing a sole source purchase and entering into a contract with Master Meter for installation of tower/satellite meter reading equipment. (Attachment #13)
e. Consider adoption of Resolution 18-43, a condemnation resolution for road widening. (Attachment #14)