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Mr. J. Rives Manning Jr.

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Halifax County

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Halifax County NC

Halifax County

P.O. Box 68

Ferrell Ln Halifax, North Carolina 27839

United States

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Halifax Community College

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Advisory Board Member
Criminal Justice Partnership

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Halifax County Schools

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North Carolina Association of County Commissioners

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The JCPC

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PRESENT:William A. Pierce, III, Chairman; James H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman; Horace Johnson, Sr.; Lionel Whidbee; Rives Manning, Jr.; Gene W. Minton; W. Turner Stephenson, III, County Attorney; and Lynne S. Simeon, Clerk to the Board.

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Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. suggested an interstate commercial zoning classification be formed to include farm land and highway billboards and have a 500 on either side of the highway right-of-way. He noted that he would also like to see included a 500 from another billboard and 200 from a house requirement. Mr. Manning noted that he would like for this proposed zoning to be user friendly for the property owner.
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With there being no response, Mr. James H. Pierce made the motion to close the public hearing; seconded by Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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With no one coming forward to speak, Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to close the public hearing; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. requested that all Commissioners be given a line item printout of the current budget through December 31st and the Martin Starnes and Associates audit contract for FY ending 2003.
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1. BB&T Credit Card (MC and VISA) Name Designation Cancellations of George Parrish, Kenneth Brantley, Roger Dalton and Mary Ann Hinshaw and Additions of Lionel Whidbee, Gene Minton, Rives Manning and James Pierce
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Mr. Gene W. Minton made the motion to approve the contract for audit services with Martin Starnes and Associates as presented; seconded by Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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Mr. Rives Manning made the motion to add a new zoning ordinance called Interstate Commercial to include current permitted uses in RA plus the permitted use of outside advertising signs/billboards to include items in 1301.1 and 1302.02 and 1301.03. He noted these are also in the RA zone and allow a permitted use of billboards (outside advertising signs).
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Mr. Rives Manning made several amendments to the motion all of which were accepted by Mr. Minton and Mr. Pierce.
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Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to approve the rezoning request for parcel 07-00899 owned by Mr. G.C. Warren and Mr. J.L. McCullen from Residential Agricultural (RA) to Lakeside Residential (LR); seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. Manning asked Mr. Chris Rountree to update the public on the last house to be repaired from the Crisis Housing Project.
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Mr. Gene W. Minton made the motion to send a letter of support for this endeavor; seconded by Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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Mr. Rives Manning made the motion to approve the budget as presented; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. inquired if the Board were to reduce the TMA findings figure would the County still owe TMA 35% of original amount as their fee?
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Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. stated that he felt the answer needed to come from the Property Tax Commission and made the motion to deny the appeal by IP.
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After a brief discussion, Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to relieve Mr. Earl Daniels of his Acting Tax Assessor position and appoint Mr. Charles Graham to the position of Tax Assessor; seconded by Mr. William A. Pierce, III.
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Commissioners Rives Manning, James Pierce and William Pierce voted aye and Commissioners Lionel Whidbee, Horace Johnson and Gene Minton voted nay.
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Mr. Horace Johnson, Sr. made the motion to recess until 3:30 p.m. to allow time for a scheduled Halifax County Schools tour; seconded by Mr. Rives Manning Jr. and carried.
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After a discussion, Mr. Gene W. Minton made the motion to direct Matthew Delk to advertise for an Economic Development Director position, dissolve the current Economic Development Commission Board, and devise a plan for a smaller, restructured economic development advisory committee to work with the director; seconded by Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. nominated Mr. Clemon Williamson and Mr. Billy Carter to be reappointed to the Halifax County Board of Adjustment, to serve a three year term from March 1, 2003 to February 28, 2006.
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Mr. Manning nominated Mr. Fred Podruchny for a three-year term from February 3, 2003 to February 28, 2005, to replace Mr. James Pierce, who resigned his position on the board due to other obligations.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. nominated Ms. Diane Pridgen to be appointed to the board as the RiverStone representative to replace Mr. Billy Howell, and Mr. Mathew L. Delk, County Manager to be appointed to replace Ms. Mary Ann Hinshaw who is no longer employed with Halifax County.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. nominated Ms. Frances Butler to be reappointed to the Choanoke Public Transportation Authority to serve a term from April 1, 2003 to March 31, 2005.
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Mr. William A. Pierce, III, Chairman made the motion to appoint Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. to replace Mr. Kenneth Brantley; Mr. William (Bill) Graham, DA to replace Mr. Bob Caudle; and Mr. Matthew L. Delk to replace Ms. Mary Ann Hinshaw.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to appoint Rev. David Smith as the Faith Community representative to replace Rev. Leonard Rex, to appoint Mr. Tommy Smith as At-large member to replace Mr. Jon Baker, Business Community Representative.
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Mr. Minor Wiggins, Ms. Tommie Braddy, Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr., Mr. William Graham, Mr. Matthew Delk, and Mr. Tommy Smith were appointed to the JCPC to serve a term from February 3, 2003 to January 31, 2005.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to reappoint Mr. Owen Dudley, Mr. Danford Josey and Mr. Willie Lewis to the HC Planning Board.
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Mr. Manning made the motion to appoint Mr. James Pierce as the ex-officio member.


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PRESENT:William A. Pierce, III, Chairman; James H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman; Horace Johnson, Sr.; Lionel Whidbee; Rives Manning, Jr.; Gene W. Minton; W. Turner Stephenson, III, County Attorney; and Lynne S. Simeon, Clerk to the Board.

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Mr. Rives Manning requested that The Pledge of Allegiance be added to the beginning of every meeting.
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Mr. Rives Manning requested that the Consent Agenda items be handled individually. He noted in the November 21, 2002 minutes to be approved that on page 224 the figure for the shell building should be $800,000.
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Mr. Rives Manning inquired if this would be considered spot zoning.
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After a brief discussion, Mr. Gene W. Minton made the motion to adopt the three resolutions for the DOT requests as presented; seconded by Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. inquired as to how often the program is used. He also expressed his concern with the taxpayers State refund getting attached to satisfy that debt. After a brief discussion, Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to accept the Memorandum of Understanding from the NC Local Government Debt Setoff Clearinghouse as presented; seconded by Mr. James H. Pierce and carried.
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Mr. Rives Manning inquired as to when the Fee Schedule was developed to charge one group (municipality) more than another.
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Mr. Gene W. Minton made the motion to accept recommendation as presented effective immediately; seconded by Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. stated that he does not see the need for a Deputy County Manager with the personnel currently in place. He noted that he wanted a committee of citizens to oversee EMS to advise and give guidance.
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Under Legislative Goals, Mr. Rives Manning noted that perhaps the Board should look into changing bid procedure requirements.
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Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. noted that he was not happy to be contributing to supplement of HCC president when request was not made specifically for this use of funds.
12. Other Business
Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. reported that all 13 NC Congressional Representatives, including our Senators, and the Department of Agriculture at the State and Federal levels were sent a letter requesting assistance to our farmers.
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Mr. Rives Manning noted that replacement of former Board of Commissioner members on the various boards and commissions needed to be done.
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With there being no further Closed Session business to discuss, Mr. Horace Johnson, Sr. made the motion to return to Open Session; seconded by Mr. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.


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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. asked that item B-Budget Amendments and Chairman Pierce asked that item D-Authorize Order for Tax Collector to Collect Taxes on the Consent Agenda be discussed as separate items.

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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to adopt the agenda as presented with exceptions noted; seconded by Vice-Chairman James H. Pierce and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. commented that the Board is being asked to spend the Countys money and he would be very conservative in doing so.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to approve the items as presented in the Consent Agenda with the exceptions noted; seconded by Vice-Chairman James H. Pierce, and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. inquired as to item 1. Administration- to reimburse for medical services received on January 6, 2003 relating to a fall while a taxpayer was listing property taxes. Mr. Manning asked why the insurance company was not billed?
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. asked if under item 4.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to approve the budget amendments as presented with the exceptions noted; seconded by Vice-Chairman James H. Pierce; and carried.
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Mr. Manning questioned the status of appraisals for this years billing.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to adopt the resolution; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. stated that he had a problem with this project being two years old and now interjecting a complete change around. He noted the staff attorney was hired to deal with delinquent taxes.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to award legal services in conjunction with the Countys 2002 CDBG-Scattered Site Project to the low bidder Mr. William O. White, Jr.; seconded by Mr. Gene W. Minton.
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After a brief discussion concerning future contracts striving to research all areas for the best rates in solid waste management for the County, Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to adopt the Resolution to Approve the Halifax County Solid Waste Plan Update as presented; seconded by Vice-Chairman James H. Pierce, and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. nominated Mrs. Cheryl Ward to be appointed to the BMB Shelter Home Board to serve a term from July 7, 2003 to May 31, 2004.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. nominated Sheriff Jeff Frazier, Mr. Horace Johnson, Judge Paul McCoy, Chief Greg Parker, and Mr. Michael Pittman to be reappointed to the CJPC Board.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. nominated Mrs. Hayes Neathery-Askew to be appointed to the Halifax Community College Board of Trustees; Mr. Lionel Whidbee nominated Mrs. Frankie Young to be reappointed to the Halifax Community College Board of Trustees.
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Mr. Gene Minton, Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. and Mr. William A. Pierce, III, voted to appoint Mrs. Askew to serve on the Halifax Community College Board of Trustees.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. stated, we owe it to the taxpayers to look after their dollars and in his opinion it is time for a change on the Halifax Community College Board of Trustees. Chairman Pierce commented that he didnt think this matter was anything personal towards Ms. Young. After a lengthy discussion, Mr. Gene W. Minton made the motion to officially declare the vote to reappoint Mrs. Frankie Young to the Halifax Community College Board of Trustees a deadlock; seconded by Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. nominated Mr. Chris Puryear as a replacement for Mr. Dan Brown on the Halifax County Board of Health in the Engineer position.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to reactivate the Central Communications Advisory Board and for the minutes of each meeting be forwarded to the Board. He pointed out that there are five members that are appointed by the Board whose terms had expired. Mr. Manning stated he felt that there is a great need for this board to be reactivated to help resolve some 911 issues.
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After a lengthy discussion Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. withdrew his motion to reactivate the Central Communications Advisory Board with the understanding that it would be addressed in August.
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Chairman Pierce made the motion to send Mrs. Melody Beaver and her staff a letter of appreciation; seconded by Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made a motion to send a letter of recognition to Ms. Linda Taylor, Finance Director and her staff in receiving the GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting Award for the fourth consecutive year; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. noted that he would like to encourage all the County employees, especially the department heads, to focus on saving money for the County in this new fiscal year. Mr. Manning gave some examples of ways the County could save money and suggested that it be passed to the County Management Team. Chairman Pierce noted that his point was well taken and suggested that Mr. Manning take these points up with the County Manager.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to approve budget amendment # 1 discussed previously to reimburse for medical services received on January 6, 2003 relating to fall while listing property taxes in the amount of $1,290.50; seconded by Vice-Chairman, Mr. James H. Pierce and carried.
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The motion carried with a 5 to 1 vote with Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. casting the nay vote.
Reactivation of Central Communications Advisory Board
Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to reactivate the Central Communications Advisory Board and have nominations presented by the next meeting for five vacancies and requested that all minutes of the Central Communications Advisory Board be sent to the Commissioners for review; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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With their being no further business to discuss Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to adjourn the meeting; seconded by Vice-Chairman, Mr. James H. Pierce and carried.


PRESENT: William A. Pierce, III, ...

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PRESENT: William A. Pierce, III, Chairman; James H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman; Horace Johnson, Sr.; Lionel Whidbee; Rives Manning, Jr.; Gene W. Minton; W. Turner Stephenson, III, County Attorney; and Lynne S. Simeon, Clerk to the Board.

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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. noted that he would like to discuss further Items A. and C. under the Consent Agenda. The agenda was then adopted as presented.
1. Approval of Consent Agenda
Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. noted that in the minutes of the August 4, 2003 Regular Meeting in Book 31 on page 27 that he stated that his suggestion for the Commissioner designee term for the Development Commission should read remain for a three year term or until he is no longer a Commissioner. Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. then made a motion to adopt the August 4, 2003 minutes as amended, the August 20, 2003 Special Meeting minutes as presented and the Tax and Solid Waste Releases (See attachment 1) as presented; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried. Mr. Manning then noted that he supported the Family Day Proclamation but wanted to take out the word cigarettes because of the tobacco produced in Halifax County. Mr. Horace Johnson, Sr. agreed with Mr. Manning.
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Mr. Manning then made a motion to adopt the proclamation with his suggested changes; and was seconded by Mr. Horace Johnson, Sr. After a lengthy discussion, Mr. Manning withdrew his motion.
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Mr. Manning then made a motion to adopt the proclamation with his suggested changes; and was seconded by Mr. Horace Johnson, Sr. After a lengthy discussion, Mr. Manning withdrew his motion.
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The motion passed with Mr. Manning and Mr. Johnson voting nay.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to approve the budget amendments as presented; seconded by Mr. James H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to award the bid to RBC Centura with the rates and payments as presented, to adopt the financing resolution and authorize the County Manager and Chairman to sign documents relative to this financing; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. asked if State contract had been checked.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to adopt the financing resolution and authorize the County Manager and Chairman to sign the necessary documents; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made an additional motion to purchase the vehicle and award the financing bid to BB&T as presented; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Chairman William A. Pierce, III recognized Mr. John Branham former member of the Citizen Advisory Team, Ms. Beverly Carter former member of the Library Board, Mr. Robert Mack former member of the Halifax County Tourism Authority Board and Mr. Rives Manning formerly of the NCACC Board of Directors for their time and service generously given to make Halifax County a better place for all of our citizens by serving as a member of Halifax County Boards or Commissions.
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Chairman William A. Pierce, III read aloud a retirement resolution for Major James Warren and Mr. Horace Johnson, Sr. made the motion to adopt the resolution; seconded by Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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Mr. Gene W. Minton made the motion to approve the submission of the grant as presented; seconded by Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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After a brief discussion, Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to accept the FEMA grant award in the amount of $22,500 with an in-kind match of $7,500, adopt the resolution of participation, and authorize signature of a contract with Holland Consulting for revision of the Halifax County Hazard Mitigation Plan not to exceed $22,500; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to approve the contract as presented; seconded by Mr. James H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. asked if board appointees needed to live in Halifax County.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to grant the Sprint easement as presented; seconded by Mr. Gene W. Minton and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to accept the $25,000 grant as presented; seconded by Vice-Chairman, Mr. James H. Pierce and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to accept the term limits for the Development Commission as presented; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.
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Mr. Lionel Whidbee made the motion to appoint Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. for a three year term beginning September 2, 2003 and ending August 31, 2006 and the motion was carried.
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Mr. Manning then read aloud a list of repairs in the original $75,000 quote where the proposed work had not been completed according to the list. Mr. Manning asked to postpone any action on this project until his meeting with Sallie Surface on September 17 th.
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With there being no further business to discuss in Closed Session, Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to return to Open Session; seconded by Mr. Lionel Whidbee and carried.


SPECIAL MEETING

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PRESENT: ...... William A. Pierce, III, Chairman; James H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman; Horace Johnson, Sr.; Lionel Whidbee; Rives Manning, Jr.; Gene W. Minton; W. Turner Stephenson, III, County Attorney; and Lynne S. Simeon, Clerk to the Board.

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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to adopt the agenda as presented; seconded by Mr. James H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman and carried.
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Mr. Gene W. Minton made a motion to take $100,000 from the HCC allocation and put in contingency; seconded by Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr.
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Mr. Manning pointed out that the HCC Board is appointed, not elected. He added that the Board of Commissioners was elected to monitor the spending of County funds.
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Mr. Manning reported on an editorial in a recent Daily Herald that stated the Board of Commissioners needed to be accountable for reporting on actions taken by the former Board. He reviewed that the current Board had only been in place since December, 2002, Wayne Deal had only been Acting County Manager since March, 2003 and that the County staff had been working on the budget since 2002. He presented a brief review of points he considered to be pertinent. Mr. Manning noted that an additional fee that was previously added to County water customers bills, which equated to an amount in excess of $450,000, was taken out for FY 2003-04 and would not be going to the General Fund. He also noted that the City of Roanoke Rapids fee for the transfer waste station was dropped by $2.50 per ton to fall in line with what other entities paid. Mr. Manning added that the current Board did propose a raise in pay of $400 for each county employee. He added that the EMS department budget had been receiving $1.4 million per year from the general fund and that the last payment of Shell Building, that the current board did not vote for, had to be budgeted. He also noted that school construction funding is new for the upcoming fiscal year.
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Mr. Manning expressed his concern with the 911 budget.
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The motion passed with a 4 to 2 vote with Mr. J. Rives Manning. Jr. and Mr. Gene W. Minton voting nay. (See Attachment 1)
2) Adopt Fee Schedule
Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. noted that he wanted to review, at a later date, he would like to review the fees to reflect actual costs of service rather than a revenue generating fee.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. noted that the residents would still have good fire coverage.
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Mr. Manning noted that this was a work in progress with this agreement being the first step to make sure fire protection would be continued in the Brinkleyville area.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to accept the recommendation from the staff and fire departments as presented for resolving the fire coverage areas; seconded by Mr. Horace Johnson, Sr. and carried. (See Attachment 3)
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Mr.Gene W. Minton made the motion to approve the request; seconded by Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. and carried.
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After a brief explanation of each budget amendment by Ms. Linda Taylor, Finance Director, Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to approve the budget amendments as presented; seconded by Mr. Gene W. Minton and carried.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. discussed the cost sharing formula of the municipalities in the E-911 resolution. After a brief discussion, Mr. Manning made the motion for the County Manager to send a letter to the City Manager and Mayor of Roanoke Rapids that effective 7/1/2004 the Halifax County 911 Central Communications will discontinue dispatching for the Roanoke Rapids Police Department and that the County interprets the letter dated 5/16/2003 as notification to the County that Roanoke Rapids will discontinue their payments for the operation of the Central Communications System; and is further interpreted as the Citys intent to withdraw from the current agreement for such services. It was discussed that if Roanoke Rapids decides to pay, then the notification letter to terminate services would be null. Mr. Manning asked if bills to municipalities could be sent out quarterly for their share of the 911 cost of operations.
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Mr. J. Rives Manning, Jr. made the motion to go into Closed Session for the purpose of discussing legal matters; seconded by Vice-Chairman, Mr. James H. Pierce and carried.

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