Henderson City Council Regular Meeting Monday, July 8th, 2013


Henderson City Council Regular Meeting Monday, 8 July 2013 6:00 PM City Hall Council Chambers, 134 Rose Ave., Henderson, NC 27536

Download the full packet here:  20130708_coh_agenda_packet

V. ADJUSTMENTS TO AND/OR APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA

VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
a) 24 June 2013 Short Regular Meeting [See Notebook Tab 1]
b) 25 June 2013 Recessed 24 June 2013 Short Regular Meeting
c) 27 June 2013 Recessed 24 June 2013 and 25 June 2013 Short Regular Meeting

VII. PRESENTATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS
a) Eagle Scouts Nick Andrews and Sam Long

VIII PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS
Citizens may only speak on Agenda items at this time. Citizens wishing to address the Council
must sign-in on a form provided by the City Clerk prior to the beginning of the meeting. The
sign-in form is located on the podium. When recognized by the Mayor, come forward to the
podium, state your name, address and if you are a city resident, and identify the Agenda Item
about which you wish to speak on the sign-up sheet. Please review the Citizen Comment
Guidelines that are provided on the last page of this Agenda.3

IX. NEW BUSINESS
a) Consideration of Approval of 1) Resolution 13-52 Authorizing the Adoption of the Vance
County’s Language Access Plan; 2) Resolution 13-56, Authorizing the Adoption of the Local
Jobs Initiative Section 3 Plan and, 3) Resolution 13-57 Authorizing the Adoption of the
Citizen’s Participation Plan. (CAF 13-77) [See Notebook Tab 2]
? Resolution 13-52
? Resolution 13-56
? Resolution 13-57
b) Consideration of Approval of Resolution 13-40-A, Amending the Agreement Authorizing
Vance County to Extend 2,500 Linear Feet of Waterlines into Warren County. (CAF 13-58-
A) [See Notebook Tab 3]
? Resolution 13-40-A
c) Consideration of Approval of 1) Resolution 13-54 Authorizing the Acceptance of FEMA Assistance
to Firefighters Grant; and 2) Ordinance 13-40, FY13-14 Budget Amendment #2, Establishing the
Budget for the Above Mentioned Grant. (CAF 13-79) [See Notebook Tab 4]
? Resolution 13-54
? Ordinance 13-40

X. CONSENT AGENDA
All matters listed under the Consent Agenda have either been previously discussed by City
Council during a previous meeting and/or are considered in the ordinary course of business by
the City Council and will be enacted-on by one motion and a roll call vote in the form listed. If
discussion is desired by either the Council or the Audience, the item in question will be removed
from the Consent Agenda and considered separately after the revised consent agenda has been
approved.
a) Consideration of Approval of Resolution 13-53, Ratifying and Approving the Mayor’s
Signature on Amendment #5 for the North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center
Contract 2010-266-40101-112 Relative to the Replacement of the UV Disinfection System
at Henderson Water Reclamation Facility. (CAF 13-78) [See Notebook Tab 5]
? Resolution 13-53
b) Consideration of Approval of Tax Releases and Refunds from Vance County for the Month
of May 2013. (CAF 13-76) [See Notebook Tab 6]

XI. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
Citizens may only speak on non-Agenda items only at this time. Citizens wishing to address the Council must sign-in on a form provided by the City Clerk prior to the beginning of the meeting. The sign-in form is located on the podium. When recognized by the Mayor, come forward to the podium, state your name, address and if you are a city resident. Please review the Citizen Comment Guidelines that are provided below.

Citizen Comment Guidelines
The Mayor and City Council welcome and encourage citizens to attend City Council meetings and to offer comments on matters of concern to them. Citizens are requested to review the following public comment guidelines prior to addressing the City Council.
1) Citizens are requested to limit their comments to five minutes; however, the Mayor, at his discretion, may limit comments to three minutes should there appear to be a large number of people wishing to address the Council;
2) Comments should be presented in a civil manner and be non-personal in nature, fact-based and issue oriented. Except for the public hearing comment period, citizens must speak for themselves during the public comment periods;
3) Citizens may not yield their time to another person;
4) Topics requiring further investigation will be referred to the appropriate city official, Council Committee or agency and may, if in order, be scheduled for a future meeting agenda;
5) Individual personnel issues are confidential by law and will not be discussed. Complaints relative to specific individuals are to be directed to the City Manager;
6) Comments involving matters related to an on-going police investigative matter and/or the court system will not be permitted; and
7) Citizens should not expect specific Council action, deliberation and/or comment on subject matter brought up during the public comment section unless and until it has been scheduled as a business item on a future meeting agenda.

XII. REPORTS
a) Mayor/Mayor Pro-Tem
b) City Manager
c) City Attorney
d) City Clerk
i. Calendar Update [See Notebook Tab 7]
XIII. ADJOURNMENT