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1 Town Council Work Session January 10, :30 a.m. 1. Call to Order 2. Approval of the Agenda 3. Park Drive Water Line Extension Approval of Terms with Property Owner 4. Park Drive Water Line Extension Award of Construction Contract to Hyatt Pipeline 5. Davis Mountain Road Repair Update 6. Planning Board Vacancy 7. Agenda Review for the Council Meeting scheduled for January 15, :30 a.m. 1. Call to Order 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Public Comment 4. Approval of the Agenda 5. Consent Agenda A. Minutes from the December 13, 2018 Work Session B. Minutes from the December 18, 2018 Regular Meeting 6. Public Hearing A. None 7. Old Business A. Crossway Falls Final Plat Review 8. New Business A. Introduction of Captain Chris Denny of the Henderson County Sheriff s Office B. Resolution Authorizing Interim Town Manager Michael JaVan Morgan Signature Authority 9. Town Manager s Report 10. Department Head Reports A. Public Works B. Police C. Administration 11. Mayor and Commissioner Comments 8. Council Updates and Information 9. Adjournment Laurel Park Town Council Work Session Agenda January 10, 2019 Page 1

2 Notable Dates 2019 January 8 Tuesday Parks & Greenways Board Meeting 9:30 am January 8 Tuesday Planning Board Meeting 2:00 pm January 10 Thursday Council Work Session 9:30 am January 15 Tuesday Council Regular Meeting 9:30 am January 15 Tuesday LGCCA Meeting 3:00 pm Historic Courthouse January 15 Tuesday Board of Adjustment 4:00 pm January 21 Monday Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Town All Day Offices Closed January 22 Tuesday ABC Board Meeting 8:30 am Meeting held at the Laurel Park ABC Store February 12 Tuesday Parks & Greenways Board Meeting 9:30 am February 12 Tuesday Planning Board Meeting 2:00 pm February 14 Thursday Council Work Session 9:30 am February 19 Tuesday Council Regular Meeting 9:30 am February 20 Wednesday Public Works Open House 2:00 4:00 pm 500 Toms Drive February 26 Tuesday ABC Board Meeting 8:30 am Meeting held at the Laurel Park ABC Store February 28 Thursday Council Planning Retreat 9:00 am Hendersonville Country Club March 12 Tuesday Parks & Greenways Board Meeting 9:30 am March 12 Tuesday Planning Board Meeting 2:00 pm March 14 Thursday Council Work Session 9.30 am March 14 Thursday Board of Adjustment Meeting 4:00 pm March 19 Tuesday Council Regular Meeting 9:30 am March 26 Tuesday ABC Board Meeting 8:30 am Meeting held at the Laurel Park ABC Store April 9 Tuesday Parks & Greenways Board Meeting 9:30 am April 9 Tuesday Planning Board Meeting 2:00 pm April 11 Thursday Council Work Session 9:30 am April 16 Tuesday Council Regular Meeting 9:30 am April 19 Friday Good Friday Town Offices Closed All Day April 23 Tuesday ABC Board Meeting 8:30 am Meeting held at the Laurel Park ABC Store May 14 Tuesday Parks & Greenways Board Meeting 9:30 am May 14 Tuesday Planning Board Meeting 2:00 pm May 16 Thursday Council Work Session 9:30 am May 16 Thursday Board of Adjustment Meeting 4:00 pm May 21 Tuesday Council Regular Meeting 9:30 am May 27 Monday Memorial Day Town Offices Closed All Day May 28 Tuesday ABC Board Meeting 8:30 am Meeting held at the Laurel Park ABC Store June 8 Saturday Music at Jump Off Rock (Friends of Laurel TBD Park) Jump Off Rock Laurel Park Town Council Work Session Agenda January 10, 2019 Page 2

3 3. Park Drive Water Line Extension Approval of Terms with Property Owner Section of the Town Ordinance requires any new construction in the Town to connect to the Town s water system if service is available to the edge of the property. If service is not available, then the property has the option of installing a well or paying the full cost of the extension of the water line. Parcel is located on Park Drive, and no Town water line is available to the property. The owners, Michael and Winifred Tate, who intend to construct a single-family house, have opted to pay for the construction of a water line rather than drill a well. Due to topography, the best approach is a 2 line from Essowah Dr. to the edge of the property. In February 2018 Mr. Tate paid the Town the engineering cost the for line, which was subsequently designed by WGLA and permitted by the State in August Before the construction can begin, the Town must have a written agreement with the property owner for payment of the waterline construction and the project bidding assistance and inspections by WGLA, estimated at $2,000. Mr. Tate agreed via and verbally to pay the Town the actual construction cost at the completion of the project. The Town can place a lien on his property to ensure payment. No interest would be charged if paid within 30 days of project completion. If Council agrees to the terms, the next agenda item is for Council to award the construction contract. Town Attorney Sharon Alexander will draft an agreement between the Town and the Tates for payment of the construction and inspection costs. Attachment(s): Property Location Map Suggested Motion: To authorize the Town Attorney and Town Manager to develop an agreement with Michael and Winifred Tate for payment for all costs associated with the construction of a 2 waterline on Park Drive. Laurel Park Town Council Work Session Agenda January 10, 2019 Page 3

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5 4. Park Drive Water Line Extension Award of Construction Contract to Hyatt Pipeline Two (2) contractors responded to the request for bids for the construction of the Park Drive Water Line. Steppe Construction with a cost of $41,680.00, and Hyatt Pipeline, with a construction cost of $28, Below is the total project budget: Hyatt Pipeline Contract $28, Design & Permitting (complete) $3, Bidding Assistance & Inspections $2, Town of Laurel Park Tap Fee $2, subtotal $35, recommended contingency (25%) $8, TOTAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET $44, Attachment(s): none Suggested Motion: To award the construction of the Park Drive Water Line Extension to Hyatt Pipeline in the amount of $28,720.00, plus 25% contingency. Laurel Park Town Council Work Session Agenda January 10, 2019 Page 4

6 5. Davis Mountain Road Repair Update When the remnants of Hurricane Michael moved through October 11, 2018, a section of the shoulder of Davis Mountain Rd. experienced a slide. The travel lanes have remained opened, and the road stable, but the shoulder must be repaired. Since October, Town staff, Town Engineer Will Buie, and a separate geotechnical firm have monitored the road as a plan of repair was developed, and potential bidders identified. The repair will require the Town to either acquire an easement or property from Shaws Creek Farm HOA. The HOA President has been notified via phone and letter. Town Engineer Will Buie will be in attendance to review the plan. Attachment(s): Suggested Motion: None None Laurel Park Town Council Work Session Agenda January 10, 2019 Page 5

7 6. Planning Board Vacancy In June, Jim Morse, the ETJ Representative, notified the Town he was no longer able to serve on the Planning Board, creating a vacancy. The Town has no current applications on file for the Planning Board, and Council is asked to discuss recruitment for this position. The new member would be appointed to serve the remainder of the vacant term, which expires December 31, He/she would then be eligible for appointment to a full two-year term. Attachment(s): Suggested Motion: None None Laurel Park Town Council Work Session Agenda January 10, 2019 Page 6

8 Agenda Review for the Council Meeting Scheduled for January 15, A. Final Subdivision Plat Review Crossway Falls At the November 20, 2018 Council Meeting, Council approved the preliminary subdivision plat for parcel , located near the Country Ridge subdivision. The subdivision would divide the existing lot into five (5) parcels. The plat was reviewed by the Planning Board on October 23, 2018, unanimously recommended approval, modified with the inclusion of an easement for maintenance of the private sewer lines used by Country Ridge and the applicant. Planner Andrew Bowen will be in attendance to answer any questions. The plat is available for review at Town Hall. Attachment(s): Final Plat Final Plat Checklist Suggested Motion: Approval of the final subdivision plat, as recommended. Laurel Park Town Council Work Session Agenda January 10, 2019 Page 7

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14 Town of Laurel Park Resolution Authorizing Interim Town Manager Michael JaVan Morgan Signature Authority WHEREAS, North Carolina General Statutes (d) directs that all bills, invoices, salaries, or other claims be paid by check or draft on an official depository, and WHEREAS, North Carolina General Statutes (b) directs that each check or draft be signed by the units finance officer or other properly designated deputy finance officer and countersigned by another official designated for this purpose by the governing board, and WHEREAS, on December 13, 2018, the Laurel Park Town Council appointed Michael JaVan Morgan as Interim Town Manager effective January 5, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Laurel Park Town Council authorizes Interim Town Manager Michael JaVan Morgan as a designated signature for all depository accounts and treasury management services that the Town of Laurel Park may designate. Adopted this the 10 th day of January ATTEST: J. Carey O Cain, Mayor Kimberly B. Hensley, CMC Town Clerk

15 Town Council Work Session Minutes December 13, :30 a.m. The Laurel Park Town Council held an Agenda Work Session in Town Hall on December 13, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. Members present: Mayor J. Carey O Cain, Mayor Pro-Tempore Robert O. Vickery, and Commissioners A. Paul Hansen, George W. Banta, and Nancy P. McKinley. Absent: None. Staff present: Town Manager Alison Alexander, Interim Town Manager Michael Morgan, Town Clerk Kim Hensley, Police Chief Bobbie Trotter, and Public Works Supervisor Andrew Griffin. Mayor O Cain called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA Commissioner Vickery moved to approve the agenda as presented. Mayor asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. RHODODENDRON LAKE NATURE PARK MITIGATION BANK CLOSEOUT REPORT AND CONSERVATION EASEMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN Clement Riddle of French Broad Mitigation Partners was in attendance. He said he received notification the Army Corps of Engineers officially closed out the Wash Creek Mitigation Bank in Rhododendron Lake Nature Park. French Broad Mitigation Partners provided the Town with $11, to assist with the long-term maintenance of the conservation easement areas within Rhododendron Lake Nature Park (removal of invasive plant species, repairs, plantings, etc.). Mayor O Cain asked Mr. Riddle for advice regarding the stream intake, as it continues to clog. Rebekah Robinson of Conserving Carolina was in attendance and said Conserving Carolina (CC) will continue to monitor the conservation easement. The Army Corp of Engineers is no longer involved with monitoring the area, but has a third party right of enforcement if CC doesn t enforce the easement. Ms. Robinson said she sent her organization s comments on the draft Conservation Easement Management Plan to Commissioner Hansen the previous day. Commissioner Hansen said he would incorporate her comments, and Ms. Alexander would distribute the revised plan to Council prior to the December Council Meeting. Council thanked Mr. Riddle and Ms. Robinson for their work in Rhododendron Lake Nature Park. No action was taken. FLEETWOOD HISTORICAL MARKER REQUEST At the September 13, 2018 Work Session, Council discussed a request from Fleetwood Plaza to relocate the Fleetwood Hotel Historical Marker. Bill Jacobs from Fleetwood was in attendance and reviewed the property owner s request. After discussion, it was the consensus of the Council to take no action to move the marker from the current location. FRIENDS OF LAUREL PARK UPDATE PRESIDENT ED MATTERN FLP President Ed Mattern said the organization is in a reorganization phase, due to the loss of three (3) board members in the previous three (3) months. He said the FLP Board invited current donors to attend a meeting on January 14, 2019 to discuss the organization s plan. He asked for Council to give the FLP a collective statement of what it would like to see from FLP.

16 PRESENTATION OF FISCAL YEAR 2018 AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS BRONWYN BURLESON OF BURLESON & EARLEY, P.A. Bronwyn Burleson provided a detailed review of the audit for the fiscal year ended June 30, Mrs. Burleson forwarded the audit to the North Carolina Local Government Commission (LGC) for review, and no financial statement or compliance presentation issues were identified. As requested during the audit RFP process in Spring 2018, Mrs. Burleson provided Council with a three-page summary of the audit, and said if Council ever had questions about anything within the financial statements, they could call her. She said as of June 30, 2018, the General Fund Balance Available was $1,216,148. Total Fund Balance is $1,754,811, but $313,100 is already appropriated as part of the FY 2019 budget, and an additional $225,563 reserved to maintain a minimum 8% fund balance available. The Water Fund has $316,355 in equity. SNOW STORM REVIEW Public Works Supervisor Andrew Griffin provided Council with an overview of the Town s response to the record snowfall of December 8 10, He said Public Works personnel were at work approximately 60 hours, and he was at work for 76 hours. The water system experienced low pressure and a boil water advisory was issued due to unusual circumstances. The Echo pump house lost power before the tanks were filled. The backfill process from the Fleetwood tank worked well for Sky Village and Apple, but incorrectly for the Echo tank. Due to the resulting vacuum, the Town had to issue a Boil Water Advisory, even though there was little possibility of any contaminants entering the water. Council had a discussion of the cost for a portable generator and the impact of the snow on general town services, such as brush and leaf collection, and meter reading. APPOINTMENT OF MICHAEL J. MORGAN AS INTERIM TOWN MANAGER Mayor O Cain said after Alison Alexander submitted her resignation as Town Manager, Town Council met with Mike Morgan, retired Weaverville Town Manager, regarding the Interim Town Manager position. Mr. Morgan provided Council with an employment agreement prior to the meeting. Mayor O Cain said he reviewed the agreement, and it appeared reasonable. Mr. Morgan will assist the Council in the Town Manager search process, working a regular schedule of three (3) days a week until a permanent manager is selected. Commissioner Hansen moved to appointment Michael Morgan as Interim Town Manager and Zoning Administrator, effective January 5, 2019, as provided in the employment agreement. Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. Mayor O Cain thanked Mr. Morgan for his willingness to serve. AGENDA REVIEW FOR THE DECEMBER 18, 2018 COUNCIL MEETING 1. Call to Order 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Public Comment 4. Approval of the Agenda 5. Consent Agenda A. Minutes from the November 20, 2018 Regular Meeting B. Minutes from the November 20, 2018 Closed Session C. Minutes from the December 4, 2018 and December 7, 2018 Special Meetings 6. Public Hearing A. None 7. Old Business A. Crossway Falls Final Plat Review 8. New Business Town Council Work Session Minutes December 13, 2018 Page 2

17 A. Volunteer Board Member Appointments B. Appoint Alternate to Land-of-Sky Council of Government 9. Town Manager s Report 10. Department Head Reports A. Public Works B. Police C. Administration 11. Mayor and Commissioner Comments 12. Adjournment COUNCIL UPDATES AND INFORMATION Tree Board Question Commissioner Hansen said contract Planner Andrew Bowen asked if Council had a preference for which board should serve as the Town s Tree Board; the Planning Board or Parks & Greenways Board. After discussion, it was the consensus of the Council to ask Mr. Bowen to prepare a pros & cons list for review. NC Forestry Service Grant Commissioner Hansen said there is a grant opportunity for a planning grant that could be used to detail the landscaping for Highway 64. He said it s a matching grant, and a maximum of $15,000. It was the consensus of the Council for Commissioners Hansen and Banta to submit a grant application. PROCLAMATION GARY ROGERS RETIREMENT Commissioner Vickery asked Council to approve a proclamation in recognition of retiring Ingles Store Manager Gary Rogers. Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. ADJOURNMENT Commissioner Vickery moved to adjourn the meeting at 10:53 a.m. Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. ATTEST: J. Carey O Cain, Mayor Kimberly B. Hensley, CMC Town Clerk Date Town Council Work Session Minutes December 13, 2018 Page 3

18 Town Council Regular Meeting Minutes December 18, :30 a.m. The Laurel Park Town Council held its Regular Meeting in Town Hall on December 18, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. The following members were present: Mayor J. Carey O Cain, Mayor Pro-Tempore Robert O. Vickery, Commissioners A. Paul Hansen, Nancy P. McKinley and George W. Banta. Staff present: Town Manager Alison Alexander, Police Chief Bobbie Trotter, Town Clerk Kim Hensley, Deputy Town Clerk Heather Smith, and Public Works Director Andrew Griffin. Mayor O Cain opened the regular meeting and led the Pledge of Allegiance. APPROVAL OF AGENDA Mayor O Cain requested item 7.B. Final Subdivision Plat Review for Crossway Falls be removed from the Agenda. Commissioner Vickery moved to approve the Agenda as amended. Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. PUBLIC COMMENT Alan Moniz of 45 Mulberry Ct. Mr. Moniz said in the ten (10) years he had lived in Laurel Park he saw the worst quality of plowing during the recent blizzard. He also explained to Council his concern of erosion in Timber Creek. Lois Kaupa of 104 Camellia Way Mrs. Kaupa asked Council how many plows and what type of vehicles the Town owned to plow snow. She asked how the Town prepared when it knew a storm was coming. Mrs. Kaupa was not happy with the services she received from the Town regarding snow plowing or brush collection. Laura Bond of 139 Camellia Way Ms. Bond said she was concerned of the process for the collection of loose leaves, brush, and snow plowing in Town. Ms. Bond asked Council what it would do to improve the services. APPROVAL OF THE CONSENT AGENDA A. Minutes from the November 20, 2018 Regular Meeting B. Minutes from the November 20, 2018 Closed Session C. Minutes from the December 4, 2018 and December 7, 2018 Special Meetings Commissioner McKinley moved to approve the Consent Agenda. Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. PUBLIC HEARING There was none.

19 OLD BUSINESS Rhododendron Lake Nature Park Conservation Easement Management Plan Mayor O Cain said Clement Riddle of French Broad Mitigation Partners and Rebekah Robinson with Conserving Carolina attended the December Council Work Session to review the closeout of the mitigation project in Rhododendron Lake Nature Park and required Conservation Easement Management Plan. After discussion of several changes to the draft Management Plan, it was the consensus of Council to review the plan at the Regular Meeting. Commissioner Hansen made the revisions required by Conserving Carolina after the Work Session. Commissioner Banta moved to adopt the Rhododendron Lake Nature Park Conservation Easement Management Plan, as amended. Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. NEW BUSINESS Volunteer Board Member Appointments Mayor O Cain said every December the Council appoints volunteers to serve on the four (4) standing advisory boards, and any other boards and commissions as needed. Current members may be reappointed, or new applicants appointed. He said the Town received reappointment requests and/or applications for each board, with the exception of the ETJ Representative on the Planning Board. Applications are kept on file for one (1) year after receipt. Planning Board 3 positions 1. Gray Miller 2. Keith Dalbec 3. Vacant ETJ Representative No additional applications received Council discussed the ETJ Representative vacancy. It will distribute a list of eligible residents and look over potential candidates. Commissioner Banta moved to reappoint Gray Miller and Keith Dalbec for a term ending December 31, Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. Parks & Greenway Board 3 positions 1. Ryan Cannon 2. Gary Anderson 3. Vacant Applications received from Jenny Brown and Richard DuRose Commissioner Hansen recommended Jenny Brown to the Board for a fresh perspective. Commissioner Hansen moved to appoint Jenny Brown to the Parks & Greenways Board for a term ending December 31, Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. Commissioner Banta moved to reappoint Ryan Cannon and Gary Anderson to the Parks & Greenways Board for a term ending December 31, Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. Town Council Meeting December 18, 2018 Page 2

20 Board of Adjustment 2 positions 1. John Crook 2. Kent Foster No additional applications received Commissioner Hansen moved to reappoint John Crook and Kent Foster to the Board of Adjustment for a term ending December 31, Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. ABC Board 1 position 1. David Scott No additional applications received Commissioner Vickery moved to appoint David Scott to the ABC Board for a term ending December 31, Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. Council asked staff to draft letters to board members to thank them for their service and time. Appoint Alternate to Land-of-Sky Council of Government Mayor O Cain said Commissioner McKinley serves as the Town s delegate to the Land-of-Sky Council of Government (COG) and Town Manager Alexander as the alternate. With the departure of Ms. Alexander, the Council may appoint one (1) or more individuals to serve as alternates to the Land-of-Sky Board of Delegates. He said the Board of Delegates meets the fourth Wednesday at 1:00 pm at Land of Sky Regional Council, except for November and December. The Board of Delegates does not meet in November, and the December meeting is the first Wednesday of the month. Council discussed an alternate and verified with Ms. Alexander the Council as a whole could be an alternate instead of a specific member. Commissioner Vickery moved to appoint the Council as an alternate representative to the Land-of-Sky Board of Delegates. Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. TOWN MANAGER'S REPORT Town Manager Alexander said the Town received a bid on the Park Drive water line extension, which will be paid for by the property owner, and it should come before Council in January. She reminded Council Town Hall will be closed December 24 26, 2018 for the Christmas holidays. Ms. Alexander will overlap working with Interim Town Manager Mike Morgan during her last week with the Town, December 31 January 4, Ms. Alexander responded to several comments and questions by residents during the public comment portion of the meeting. She explained the brush collection process, included how for the last two (2) years the Town added a second brush collection in the fall. She addressed the delay in brush collection due to an ice storm followed by a blizzard within a few weeks, as well as the snow plowing response by the Public Works Department and the struggles encountered with over 12 inches of heavy snow on Town streets. Discussion ensued amongst Council, staff, and residents in the audience who had spoken during the public comment period. Paul Slabowski of 143 Camellia Way stated many of the weather-related issues are due to climate change and asked Council to think about establishing a contingency plan for unplanned weather events. Town Council Meeting December 18, 2018 Page 3

21 Don McIntrye of 121 Timber Creek Rd. stated residents were not kept aware of weather-related information during the last blizzard, except on Facebook. Conversations including brush pickup, loose leaf pickup, and snow plowing ensued including detailed explanations from the Public Works Director Andrew Griffin for each item. Residents recommended alternate processes be considered and other ways to communicate with residents to avoid future confusion. Council thanked the residents in attendance for their comments and recommendations. DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS PUBLIC WORKS Public Works Superintendent Griffin reported Duke Power has yet to set the transformer and run power lines to the Bunkhouse; after Duke Power completes the task, the Bunkhouse will be near completion. POLICE Chief Trotter reported there were 1,981 events last month. She said there was a high number of health and welfare checks due to the holiday season. She said the Department assisted in the ice storm, and Officer Maybin administered Narcan to save a female from an overdose the same night as the ice storm. Officer Ramackers received an award from Hunter Nissan for recognition as a Hometown Hero and will receive the award next month in Raleigh. Chief Trotter said Sheriff Griffin discussed Laurel Park Officers participating jointly in many aspects of Law Enforcement, Drug Task Force, Honor Guard, Domestic Violence Task Force, and SWAT. Sheriff Griffin implemented area command staff that will assist other agencies and residents of the area. Laurel Park s representative is District Commander Chris Denny. Mrs. Trotter said she will invite Commander Chris Denny to the January Council Meeting. ADMINISTRATION Mrs. Hensley gave the Tax Collector s Report as of November 30, For 2018 taxes, a total of $601, remained outstanding with $586, in real property and $15, outstanding in personal property. For prior year taxes, $23, remained outstanding. She said the date of delinquency for 2018 taxes is January 8, 2019 at which time 2% interest will accrue. By law the Town will advertise delinquent taxes between March 1 and June 30; the Town will send a second notice/advertisement letter to taxpayers before it advertises. OTHER ITEMS TO BE BROUGHT BEFORE TOWN COUNCIL There were none. MAYOR AND COMMISSIONER'S COMMENTS MAYOR O CAIN Mayor O Cain had no comments. MAYOR PRO-TEMPORE ROBERT O. VICKERY Mayor Pro-Tempore Vickery had no comments. COMMISSIONER MCKINLEY Commissioner McKinley had no comments. COMMISSIONER HANSEN Commissioner Hansen apologized if his responses regarding snow plowing, loose leaf and brush collection were heated. He said he is protective of Town staff as they do a good job. Town Council Meeting December 18, 2018 Page 4

22 COMMISSIONER BANTA Commissioner Banta had no comments. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Commissioner Hansen moved to adjourn the meeting at 10:39 a.m. Mayor O Cain asked for discussion; there was none. ATTEST: J. Carey O Cain, Mayor Kimberly B. Hensley, CMC Town Clerk Date Town Council Meeting December 18, 2018 Page 5