MONDAY

MCCORMICK COUNTY COUNCIL

SPECIAL CALLED MEETING

TIME: 10 a.m.

LOCATION: 610 S. Mine St., McCormick

AGENDA: Review applications received from individuals who are willing to serve on the Modoc Special Fire District Commission. This meeting is for information only.

GREENWOOD CITY COUNCIL

TIME: 5:30 p.m.

LOCATION: City Council chambers

AGENDA: PUBLIC HEARINGS: Consider Ordinance No. 19-013 amending the City of Greenwood’s Official Zoning Map (Ordinance No. 04-020) by rezoning approximately 0.94 acres of land located at 844 E. Cambridge Ave. from R4 (Medium Density Residential) to R10 (High Density Residential); Consider Ordinance No. 19-014 amending the City of Greenwood’s Official Zoning Map (Ordinance No. 04-020) by rezoning approximately 0.86 acres of land located at 1030 Edgefield St. from R7 (High Density Residential) to OP (Office Professional). NEW BUSINESS: Consider Ordinance No. 19-015 amending ordinance No. 14-021 to amend participation by the City of Greenwood in the costs of health insurance for eligible employees retiring after Dec. 31, 2008 and before Jan. 1, 2012; Consider Ordinance No. 19-016 amending ordinance No. 14-022 to amend participation by the City of Greenwood in the costs of health insurance for eligible employees retiring after Dec. 31, 2011; Consider Resolution No. 19-004 committing the City of Greenwood to providing a located match for Municipal Association of South Carolina Greenwood Legislative Hometown Economic Grant and following its procurement policy when securing services and products with grant funds; consider Resolution No. 19-005 approving the distribution of 2019 accommodations tax funds; consider Resolution No. 19-006 to express the intention of the City of Greenwood, South Carolina, to cause the city to be reimbursed with the proceeds of tax-exempt obligations; and other matters related thereto; consider to authorize the City Manager to advertise and take sealed bids with a minimum bid of $1,000 for TMS# 6855-102-851 located on Gray Street.

GREENWOOD COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 50 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

TIME: 6 p.m.

LOCATION: 400 Glenwood St.

AGENDA: Superintendent information: Healthy Learner’s Spelling Bee — 6 p.m. Sept. 24 at Emerald High School, organizational chart, rebidding webpage provider, middle college; board chair information: board evaluation, update on School Law Conference; financial/facility updates; public forum; action item: budget amendment; executive session: personnel recommendations and vacancies; action item: personnel recommendations and vacancies.

SALUDA COUNTY COUNCIL

WORK SESSION

TIME: 6 p.m.

LOCATION: County Administration Building, 400 W. Highland St., Saluda

AGENDA: Discuss how to balance the county operating budget. Discuss financing of bonds for new Saluda County Detention Center.

DUE WEST TOWN COUNCIL

TIME: 6 p.m.

LOCATION: Town Hall, 103 Main St., Due West

AGENDA: Recognition of visitors — Fiona Marley, zoning for tiny house at 3 Magnolia Lane; Brandon Kai Oberle, zoning for modular houses. Legislation: Second reading of Ordinance No. 03-2019, an ordinance to accept a right of way easement for Quail Hollow Drive in the Town of Due West so that the Town can seek available grants and funding for the repair of the road; second reading of Ordinance No. 04-2019, an ordinance of the Town of Due West authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract for the collection of household garbage within the Town with Michael Gambrell, DBA M&R Enterprises for a period of 24 months. Mayors report — school district update, Erskine College update. Civic Events report from Mayor Pro Tem Knight. Town administrator report. Attorney Paul Agnew report. Fire report. Police report. Utilities report. Old business. New business — Abbeville County recycling update. Announcements — MEO Institute Session from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at USCOG; Fall Festival on Sept. 28; Taste of Louisiana Gumbo Dinner, 5-7 p.m. Oct. 12.

TUESDAY

GREENWOOD COUNTY

ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

TIME: 4 p.m.

LOCATION: Greenwood Library

AGENDA: NEW BUSINESS: Consideration of appointment to the Upper Savannah Workforce Development Board; Consideration of an application for the 2019 Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program Award; Resolution 2019-19 adopting millages necessary to provide tax revenues for the Operating and Capital Budgets of the Government of Greenwood County and for Educational Purposes in Greenwood County for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2019; Resolution 2019-20 making a finding pursuant to Section 6-11-860 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976, as amended, that Greenwood Metropolitan District should be authorized to issue not exceeding $10,000,000 general obligation bonds of Greenwood Metropolitan District, and authorizing the publication of notice of County Council’s action; Resolution 2019-21 to accept a federal grant and to make a transfer of funds from the 315 Airport Improvement Fund to the Airport Grant Fund for the rehabilitation of taxiways A and B (Grant# 3-45-0027-020-2019) at the Greenwood County Airport; consideration of appointment of members to the Joint Board of Zoning Appeals; consideration of appointment of members to the Joint Planning Commission.

GREENWOOD COUNTY COUNCIL

TIME: 5:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Greenwood Library

AGENDA: PRESENTATION: Quarterly Capital Project Sales Tax Update; PUBLIC HEARINGS: Third Reading: Ordinance 2019-15 authorizing Greenwood Metropolitan District to issue not exceeding ten million dollars ($10,000,000) of general obligation bonds, the proceeds of which shall be used to finance the costs of improvements to the sewer system of the district and to provide funds to refund certain outstanding obligations of the district; Second Readings: Ordinance 2019-16 to amend the Greenwood County Zoning Ordinance, being Ordinance 13-86, as and if amended, so that 112 properties totaling 600 acres located along Plantation Drive, Planters Court, Abbington Lane, Barrington Court, Harvest Lane and English Court (various G-Pin numbers) in Greenwood, South Carolina changes zoning classifications from RDD (Rural Development District) and AG-1 (Agricultural) to R-1 (Single Family Residential) and AG-2 (Agricultural). END OF PUBLIC HEARINGS: Third Reading: Ordinance 2019-14 to amend the Greenwood County Zoning Ordinance, being Ordinance 13-86, as and if amended, so that one (1) parcel of land owned by Cjjs Holdings LLC located at 208 Bypass 225 S (G-Pin # 6845-204-829) in Greenwood, South Carolina changes zoning classifications from C-2 (General Commercial) to R-1 (Single Family Residential); Second Reading: Ordinance 2019-18 authorizing the execution and delivery of one or more Fee-in-Lieu of ad valorem taxes and Special Source Revenue Credit Agreements by and between Greenwood County, South Carolina and Pine Gate Renewables LLC and other affiliated entities, to provide for payment of a fee-in-lieu of taxes with respect to certain projects; authorizing the inclusion of certain project sites in a multi-county business park; authorizing Special Source Revenue Credits; and other related matters; NEW BUSINESS: Consideration of appointment to the Upper Savannah Workforce Development Board; Consideration of an application for the 2019 Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Award; Resolution 2019-19 adopting millages necessary to provide tax revenues for the operating and capital budgets of the Government of Greenwood County and for educational purposes in Greenwood County for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019; Resolution 2019-20 making a finding pursuant to Section 6-11-860 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976, as amended, that Greenwood Metropolitan District should be authorized to issue not exceeding $10,000,000 general obligation bonds of Greenwood Metropolitan District, and authorizing the publication of notice of County Council’s action; Resolution 2019-21 to accept a federal grant and to make a transfer of funds from the 315 Airport Improvement Fund to the Airport Grant Fund for the rehabilitation of taxiways A and B (Grant# 3-45-0027-020-2019) at the Greenwood County Airport; Update on Buzzard Roost Fuse Plug; Consideration of Appointment of members to the Joint Board of Zoning Appeals; Consideration of Appointment of members to the Joint Planning Commission.

PIEDMONT TECHNICAL

COLLEGE AREA COMMISSION

TIME: 5:30 p.m.

LOCATION: John S. Coleman Administration Building

AGENDA: Financial review: audit report; for approval: highlights, budget status report (revenue, expense), facts sheet, other; report on Area Commission self-evaluation and conflict of interest; QEP/CAREplan update; strategic planning update; president’s report: academic affairs, economic development/continuing education, facilities, foundation, human resources, institutional effectiveness, off-campus, student affairs and communications; chairman’s comments; executive session.

MCCORMICK COUNTY COUNCIL

TIME: 6 p.m.

LOCATION: 610 S. Mine St., McCormick

AGENDA: Speakers — Maxine Gable, deputy auditor; Brian Dixon, mayor of Troy; Debbie Bourne. Decision items — Resolution 02-19: Council to consider accepting the millage for fiscal year 19-20. Council to consider passing Resolution 02-19; Council to consider authorizing the Administrator to award the contract to McMahan Brothers Pipeline Inc. for the Red Row and Kennedy Road water line project in the amount of $262,310; Council consider authorizing R. Thomas Britt, P.E. HB Engineering Inc. to proceed with surveying and engineering for the Troy Water Extension at a cost of approximately $6,000; Council to consider authorizing Administrator to approve Phase I of McCormick County Industrial/Technology Park Entrance and Signage Design with Thomas & Hutton Engineering Co. in the amount of $79,500; Council to consider authorizing Administrator to pay $79,500 to Thomas & Hutton Engineering Co. from the Economic Development Account for their services, Phase I which is reimbursable from SC Department of Commerce Site Enhancement Initiative Grant. Executive session. Information Items — Email concerning Tower at the Clarks Hill Site; invitation from McCormick Mayor Roy Smith. Committee reports.