Agenda Page (new agenda available Friday preceding meeting) 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
OF
OCONEE COUNTY, GEORGIA
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Commission Meeting Chambers
Oconee County Courthouse
7:00 p.m.

1.     Approval of Agenda.
2.     Statements and Remarks from Citizens.
3.     Statements and Remarks from Commissioners.
4.     Approval of Minutes: 
         Minutes from the following meetings have been distributed: 
         October 3, 2017 – Regular Meeting
         October 18, 2017 – Town Hall Meeting 
         October 24, 2017 – Agenda Setting Meeting
5.     Business Involving Guests, Groups, or Multiple Visitors:
         None. 
6.     County-wide Matters:
         1)     Discuss and Consider Electronic Records Scanning Project Update – Alex Newell.
7.     Approval of Resolutions, Ordinances, Policies, Etc.:
         None.
8.     Hearings and Actions on Zoning Matters, Special Use Permits, Street Light Tax Districts, Etc:
         1)     Consider Rezone Request No. 7278, BCPC Holdings, LLC, +/-8.10 Acres, 2053 Experiment Station Road, rezone B-1 and OIP to OIP with modifications to allow a professional office on seven parcels.
         2)     Consider Rezone Request No. 7280, Mary Sue Sims Cox and Donna C. McElhannon, +/-99.89 Acres, Malcolm Bridge Road, R-1 to R-1 with a modified condition to allow houses to be constructed on a raised slab foundation.
         3)     Consider Rezone Request No. 7281, Nations Church Assembly of God, Inc., +/- 0.87 Acre, 8780 Macon Highway,  OIP to OIP with modifications, to allow for the construction of  two office buildings over a portion of the existing parking area.
         4)     Consider Rezone Request No. 7282, Cat Creek Development Company, +/- 14.889 Acres, 2881 Monroe Highway, OIP and B-1 to OIP with modifications to allow an assisted  living component to be added to the office condominium complex.
5)  Consider Hardship Variance No. 7285, James H. Frazier, 1424 Elder Road, +/-7.64 Acres, A-1, to construct a guest house in front of main house.
6)  Consider Hardship Variance No. 7287, Mercury Farms, LLC, Hale Road, +/-101.91 Acres, to subdivide an existing parcel into four parcels containing 10 Acres on unpaved road.
 9.     Personnel Matters: 
         1)     Discuss and Consider the ACCG-IRMA Georgia Firefighters’ Cancer Benefit Program to comply with House Bill 146 effective January 1, 2018.
10.     Approval of Contracts, Rights-of-Way, Awarding Bids, Purchases, Etc.:
          1)  Consider Bid Award for Demolition and Removal of Old Jail to Demolition Services, LLC in the amount of $92,000.00 with a 10% contingency.
11.     Budget Items:
         1)     FY2018 First Quarter Financial Update – Wes Geddings.
12.     Miscellaneous:
         1)     Alcohol License Application for Lampin Kitchens, LLC, d/b/a Diablos Southwestern Grill, 1791 Oconee Connector,  Suite 560, Daniel Pinto, Registered Agent.
13.     Consent Items:
         1)     Approve revisions to the Walton County Water Sales Agreement to extend the Agreement for five years until 2023 with one-year automatic renewals.
         2)     Approve Contract Award  to Kevin Price Construction for Oconee Veterans Park  expansion for multi-use fields in an amount not to exceed $2,634,477.00 with funding  from 2015 SPLOST.
         3)     Approve Bid Award for Brannen Building (Herman C. Michael Park) Floor Covering Project to Smith & Company,  Inc. in the amount of $16,188.52 with funding from SPLOST.
         4)     Approve Kevin Price Construction as the Construction Manager At Risk for Fire Station No. 8 Project.
         5)      Adopt Resolution of Support for Military Heritage Display Equipment as requested by the Oconee Veterans   Memorial   Foundation to provide a retired military equipment  piece for display at Oconee Veterans Park. 
         6)     Adopt Resolution to change Authenticating Agent, Bond Registrar, Pay Agent, and Sinking Fund Custodian for  Outstanding Bonds from the The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., to Regions Bank.
14.     Executive Session to discuss land acquisition, personnel matters and/or potential litigation (if needed).
15.     Adjourn.