MONDAY

GREENWOOD CITY COUNCIL

TIME: 5:30 p.m.

LOCATION: municipal building, council chambers, Room 207.

AGENDA: Recognize Kelly McWhorter, Greenwood Regional Visitors and Tourism, 2016 America in Bloom. Public hearing and second reading, ordinance amending City of Greenwood 2016 general fund budget; second reading, ordinance authorizing renaming of Andrews Avenue to Andrews Avenue North and Andrews Avenue South; first reading, ordinance annexing property owned by Greenwood School District 50. Resolution to accept property from Greenwood School District 50; resolution to reaffirm importance of on the job safety for City of Greenwood; resolution to request from S.C. Department of Transportation installation of an exclusive pedestrian phase countdown at US 25 Main Street and SC 10 Maxwell Avenue; consider authorizing mayor and police chief to sign agreement for victim's services with the County of Greenwood; city council comments; city manager comment. Hearing for business license appeal of Shred with Us LLC.

GREENWOOD COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 50 TRUSTEES

TIME:6 p.m.

LOCATION: Genesis Education Center, 400 Glenwood St., boardroom.

AGENDA: Information items: student-staff recognition; United Way kickoff; Greenwood Promise Program, 9:30 a.m. Oct. 19, Greenwood High School stadium; professional development-early release; teacher retention-recruitment; Board Policy (I) revisions, first reading; financial-facilities updates. Open forum. Action items: budget transfer; delegates for SCSBA 2016 Delegates Assembly. (If needed) Closed meeting, student assignment; personnel recommendations and vacancies; contractual matters, property discussion. Action on personnel recommendations and vacancies.

GREENWOOD COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 51 TRUSTEES

TIME: 5 p.m.

LOCATION: Ware Shoals Primary School.

AGENDA: Public input. Recognition, WSPS Safety Patrol, "Top Job" Award. Action items: Teacher Residency Program; personnel, request for release. Budget, finance. School tours, principal's goals: Ware Shoals Primary; Ware Shoals Elementary-Middle; Ware Shoals High.

DUE WEST TOWN COUNCIL

TIME: 6 p.m.

LOCATION:town hall, 103 Main St.

AGENDA: Recognize Due West Lions Club, water amenity for Washington Street Park; first reading, ordinance to repeal Article II. Business Licenses, Town of Due West, S.C., 2012, said article to be stricken in its entirety and inserting replacement in lieu thereof. Reports: Fall Festival update; accommodations tax request update; Erskine Euphemian Cannon for sporting events; Boeing visit to Due West Robotics; Community Center. Council reports-comments, park update. Other department reports. Old business: Abbeville Area Medical Center Board of Trustees; Erskine pool discussion; Moe's building. New business. Announcements: Upstate Elected Officials Meeting, 12:30-4:30 p.m. Oct. 27; town hall closed for Veterans Day, Nov. 11; Fall trash pickup, Nov. 14-17; town hall closed for Thanksgiving, Nov. 24-25; town Christmas Parade, 5:15 p.m. Dec. 2. (If needed) Closed meeting to discuss Duke Energy contract.

NINETY SIX TOWN COUNCIL

TIME: 6 p.m.

LOCATION:Visitors Center.

AGENDA: September financial statement; second reading of ordinances (no specified in agenda); committee reports; department reports. (If needed) Closed meeting. Council may take action on matters discussed in closed meeting.

CALHOUN FALLS TOWN COUNCIL

TIME: 4:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Calhoun Falls Civic Center, 401 N. Washington St.

AGENDA:Called meeting, first reading, T.A.N. ordinance; resolution of Gateway. (If needed) Closed meeting to discuss administrator position and personnel matters. Afterward, any actions resulting from closed meeting.

 

TUESDAY

GREENWOOD COUNTY COUNCIL

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE COMMITTEE

TIME: 4 p.m.

LOCATION: Greenwood County Library Veterans Auditorium.

AGENDA: Presentation, quarterly investment performance update of Greenwood County operating and electric capital accounts (July-September). Consideration of proposed Greenwood County Policies; ordinance to rezone a 20-acre portion of an unaddressed parcel of land on Wingert Road from Planned Development District to Neighborhood Commercial. New business: request to expend $260,000 from fire services fund balance for 5 percent AFG grant match for Coronaca and Hodges Cokesbury Fire Departments, and tanker truck and related equipment for Troy Fire Department; presentation of fiscal year 2017 accommodations tax allocations as recommended by the Accommodations Tax Committee; presentation of a recommendation from Greenwood Sheriff's Office to combine victim services countywide to maintain a level of service throughout Greenwood County and the City of Greenwood as contemplated by the Victim's Bill of Rights, S.C. Code Ann. § 16-3-1505 et seq. Pending items. (If needed) Closed meeting: 1) discussion of employment, appointment, compensation, promotion, demotion, discipline, or release of an employee, a student, or a person regulated by a public body or the appointment of a person to a public body; 2) discussion of negotiations incident to proposed contractual arrangements and proposed sale or purchase of property; the receipt of legal advice where the legal advice relates to a pending, threatened, or potential claim or other matters covered by the attorney-client privilege; 3) discussion of matters relating to the proposed location, expansion, or the provision of services encouraging location or expansion of industries or other businesses in the area served by the body pertaining to Project Café. Action may be taken on items discussed in executive session.

GREENWOOD COUNTY COUNCIL

TIME: 5:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Greenwood County Library Veterans Auditorium.

AGENDA: Public comment (sign-in only). Public hearing and second reading, ordinance to rezone a 20-acre portion of an unaddressed parcel of land on Wingert Road from Planned Development District to Neighborhood Commercial. Consider proposed Greenwood County Policies. Consider appointment of Mark Allison, vice chairman, to Farmers Market Board as a representative of council; resolution amending fiscal year 2017 budget ordinance to expend $260,000 from the fire services fund balance, and other matters related thereto; allocation of fiscal year 2017 accommodations tax funding as recommended by the Accommodations Tax Committee; presentation of a recommendation from Greenwood Sheriff's Office to combine victim services countywide to maintain a level of service throughout Greenwood County and the City of Greenwood as contemplated by the Victim's Bill of Rights, S.C. Code Ann. § 16-3-1505 et seq. District reports; manager's report. (If needed) Closed meeting: 1) discussion of employment, appointment, compensation, promotion, demotion, discipline, or release of an employee, a student, or a person regulated by a public body or the appointment of a person to a public body; 2) discussion of negotiations incident to proposed contractual arrangements and proposed sale or purchase of property; the receipt of legal advice where the legal advice relates to a pending, threatened, or potential claim or other matters covered by the attorney-client privilege; 3) discussion of matters relating to the proposed location, expansion, or the provision of services encouraging location or expansion of industries or other businesses in the area served by the body pertaining to Project Café. Action may be taken on items discussed in executive session.

PIEDMONT TECH AREA COMMISSION

TIME: 5:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Lee Walter Campus, John S. Coleman Administration Building, Room 222-A.

AGENDA: Presentation of the 2016-17 Presidential Ambassadors, Financial Review; Presidential Search Overview.

WARE SHOALS TOWN COUNCIL

TIME: 6:30 p.m.

LOCATION: town hall, 8 Mill St.

McCORMICK COUNTY COUNCIL

TIME: 7 p.m.

LOCATION: county administration center, 610 S. Mine St., McCormick.

AGENDA: Speakers: Mike Pry, DP3 Architects; Lee Dorn, JLA Architects. Decision items: ordinance amending McCormick County Zoning Ordinance 08-16 and McCormick County Zoning Map to change Zoning District designation for specified properties; resolution, bonding of county employees; proclamation recognizing October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month; consider authorizing administrator to sign extension agreement with Thompson Forest Consultants on the harvest of Hamilton Branch tract and Fishing Village tract; consider authorizing administrator to renew IT contract with Comp u Doc through June 30, 2017; consider authorizing the Class of 1991 to use the front parking lot for water stations 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 26, for a Mims Drive Clean Up and Walk-A-Thon. Committee reports. (If needed) Closed meeting to receive legal advice on the sale of alcohol on Sundays. Information items. 

 

WEDNESDAY

CITY OF GREENWOOD

BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW

TIME: 12:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Greenwood County Library.