STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA )                    OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS

                                                            )                    STOKES COUNTY GOVERNMENT

COUNTY OF STOKES                   )                    DANBURY, NORTH CAROLINA

                                                            )                    JULY 12, 2010

 

           

            The Board of Commissioners of the County of Stokes, State of North Carolina, met

 

for regular session in the Commissioners’ Chambers of the Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial

 

Building (Administration Building) located in Danbury, North Carolina on Monday,

 

July 12, 2010 at 1:30 pm with the following members present:

                                                                       

Chairman Jimmy Walker

Vice Chairman Ernest Lankford

Commissioner J. Leon Inman                        

Commissioner Ron Carroll

                                                Commissioner Stanley Smith

                                                                                                                       

                                                County Personnel in Attendance:

                                                County Manager K. Bryan Steen

                                                Clerk to the Board Darlene Bullins

                                                Finance Director Julia Edwards

                                                Economic Development Director Alan Wood

                                                Tax Administrator Jake Oakley

                                                                       

Chairman Jimmy Walker called the meeting to order.

 

Vice Chairman Lankford delivered the invocation.

                       

GENERAL GOVERNMENT-GOVERNING BODY-PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

            Chairman Walker opened the meeting by inviting the citizens in attendance to join the

 

Board with the Pledge of Allegiance. 

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – APPROVAL OF AGENDA

 

Chairman Walker entertained a motion to approve or amend the July 12, 2010

 

Agenda.

 

            Commissioner Carroll requested to add “House Bill 1766” to the Discussion Agenda.

 

           

            Commissioner Carroll asked why the two items presented by Health Director Josh Swift

 

(Board of Health -Fee Recommendations and Bad Debt Write Off) at the June 28th were not on

 

today’s Action Agenda.

 

            Clerk Darlene Bullins stated that Health Director Swift had requested and received

 

approval from the Chairman to defer the items until the July 26th meeting (Health Director

 

Swift would be attending training in Tennessee).

 

The Board had no issues with adding “House Bill 1766” to the Discussion Agenda.

 

 

 

Commissioner Inman moved to approve the July 12, 2010 Agenda as amended.

 

Vice Chairman Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

There were no public comments.

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

Chairman Walker entertained a motion to approve or amend the following items on the

 

Consent Agenda:

 

Minutes

  • Minutes of June 10, 2010
  • Minutes of June 23, 2010
  • Minutes of June 24 2010
  • Minutes of June 28, 2010

 

Health Department - Budget Amendment #1

 

Finance Director Julia Edwards submitted Budget Amendment #1.

 

To amend the General Fund, the expenditures are to be changed as follows:

 

 

 

Current

 

 

Account

Account

Budgeted

Increase

As

Number

Description

Amount

(Decrease)

Amended

 

Health Department

 

 

 

100.5100.000

Salaries and Wages

$986,646.00

$(5,492.00)

$981,154.00

100.5100.090

Social Security Tax

$65,151.00

$(308.00)

$64,843.00

100.5100.091

Medicare Tax

$15,237.00

$(72.00)

$15,165.00

100.5100.100

Retirement

$63,737.00

$(270.00)

$63,467.00

100.5100.101

 401(k) County Match

$4,404.00

$(55.00)

$4,349.00

100.5100.110

Health Insurance

$118,489.00

$(636.00)

$117,853.00

100.5100.111

Dental Insurance

$7,369.00

$(40.00)

$7,329.00

100.5100.261

Office Supplies

       $15,680.00

$1,463.00

$17,143.00

100.5100.320

Telephone

$23,170.00

$560.00

$23,730.00

100.5100.352

M&R – Building

$00.00

$650.00

$650.00

100.5100.511

 Non-Capital Equipment

$00.00

$4,200.00

$4,200.00

 

           Totals

$1,299,883.00

$00.00

$1,299,883.00

 

This budget amendment is justified as follows:

The Health Department will need to spend a portion of allocated BT funds by 08/09/10 to keep from reducing future allocations.  The department plans to purchase a computer, an inventory system with software, a cell phone for communication, and other BT program specific items.

 

This will result in a net increase of $00.00 in the expenditures and other financial use to the County’s annual budget.  To provide the additional revenue for the above, the following revenues will increase.  These revenues have already been received or are verified they will be received this fiscal year.

 

 

 

Current

 

 

Account

Account

Budgeted

Increase

As

Number

Description

Amount

(Decrease)

Amended

100.3301.255

Bioterrorism

$45,294.00

$00.00

$45,294.00

 

           Totals

$45,294.00

$00.00

$45,294.00

 

 

 

 

Proposed Resolution – Eagle Scout Rank – Mitchell Eric Younts

 

            Clerk Darlene Bullins submitted the following proposed Resolution to honor Mitchell Eric

 

Younts who recently obtained his Eagle Scout Rank:

 

RESOLUTION IN RECOGNITION OF MITCHELL ERIC YOUNTS

FOR ACHIEVING THE RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT

 

WHEREAS, the Boy Scouts of America was founded on February 8, 1910, and has been at the forefront of instilling timeless values in our youth; and

 

WHEREAS, the Boy Scouts of America is committed to helping millions of youth succeed by providing the support, friendship, and mentoring necessary for character building, citizenship training, and personal fitness; and

 

WHEREAS, one of the major objectives in the Scouting Program is to develop citizenship through community involvement, and in addition to working for citizenship merit badges, Scouts are encouraged to participate in community service projects; and

 

WHEREAS, the highest advancement rank in Scouting is the coveted rank of Eagle Scout, in which a Boy Scout must fulfill requirements in the areas of leadership, service and outdoor skills; and

 

WHEREAS, only approximately five percent of all Boy Scouts earn the Eagle Scout rank; and

                                                       

WHEREAS, Mitchell Eric Younts has distinguished himself by achieving the rank of Eagle Scout by demonstrating leadership and management skills with a project to benefit the community; Mr. Younts completed steps to the tennis courts at South Stokes High School; and

 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Stokes County Board of Commissioners does hereby honor and congratulate Mitchell Eric Younts on his successful completion of Eagle Scout Rank.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Stokes County Board of Commissioners commends Mitchell Eric Younts for obtaining this level of achievement and encourages him to continue his dedicated service to the community.

 

Adopted this 12th day of July, 2010.

 

____________________________                              _____________________________

Jimmy Walker - Chairman                                   Ernest Lankford – Vice Chairman

____________________________                              _____________________________

J. Leon Inman - Commissioner                             Ron Carroll - Commissioner    

____________________________                         Attest:  

Stanley Smith – Commissioner                                              ___________________________________

Darlene M. Bullins – Clerk to the Board

 

Commissioner Inman moved to approve the Consent Agenda as submitted.

 

Commissioner Smith seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – INFORMATION AGENDA

 

Dan River Basin Association – Update

 

            Ms. Catherine Mull, DRBA, presented the following update:

 

·         Dan River Basin Association started in Stokes County in 2002 to preserve and promote the Basin

·         Vision – Provide high quality water for the area and help economic development grow

·         Basin covers 3,300 square miles

·         Office in Danbury, headquarters in Eden with a field office in Yanceyville

·         Three main programs – recreation, education, and conservation

·         Association sponsors the development of walking trails

·         Creates projects for children to learn about the river

·         Various completed projects along with ongoing and new projects being done by the Association

·         Association promotes farming – home grown vegetables

·         Association promotes heritage music festivals

·         Association promotes and delivers tourism guides regarding the river

·         Has developed partnerships with organizations, municipalities, and counties to help preserve the river, to develop parks, to develop greenways and river accesses

·         Helps educate individuals who clear cut timber along the river along with replanting trees

·         Researched and developed a lot of good information regarding the bacteria found in the Dan River

·         Working hard to protect the water here with water being withdrawn from the river downstream

·         Provides tourism information to those wanting to come to Stokes County

           

Ms. Mull urged Board members to join the Dan River Basin Association and expressed

 

appreciation to the Board for allowing the update.

 

            Mr. Dale Swanson, DRBA, presented the following update:

 

·         Enjoy working out of the Danbury office

·         Great opportunities to use the water here in Stokes County

·         Recent projects

o   Moore’s Springs Campground – secured a small grant to start restoring the roads into the campground and tree plantings

o   Reopened the Hemlock River Access

o   Helped develop the new Dan River Maps

o   Provide educational programs for children at local libraries

o   Developed a Canoe Program for children

o   Working with Natural Resources to help clean up the river

·         Partners with Economic Development to promote the Dan River

·         Partners with Stokes Core in various projects

·         Provides information for magazine articles to promote the area

·         Monitors the river regarding bacteria, sediment, etc.

·         Association works with various organizations and foundations to promote the river and the County

 

Mr. Swanson also expressed his appreciation to the Board for allowing the update.

 

            Chairman Walker suggested getting the word out regarding their organization and

 

its mission, a lot of individuals don’t know about the Dan River Basin Association.

 

            Chairman Walker, on behalf of the Board of Commissioners, expressed the Board’s

 

appreciation for the update and the work being done by the Dan River Basin Association.

 

Economic Development Commission - Update

 

            Director Alan Wood presented the following information recently approved by the

 

Economic Development Commission at their recent goal sessions held in March

 

and April of this year:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010-11 EDC Strategic Priorities and Results

 

Business retention/expansion:

Short Term Objectives: 6 to 12 Months

           

ž              Continue to develop and update web site

ž              Continue to refine business directory

ž              Plan and carry-out 2nd Annual Business Extravaganza (Jan 20, 2011)

ž              Develop and participate in regular realtor/broker meetings

ž              Look at updating incentive plan for new and existing businesses

 

Business retention/expansion

Long Term Objectives:

 

ž              Develop a robust “Buy Local” campaign

ž              Improve Broadband coverage throughout the county

ž              Mentoring program/ Retired Executive program

ž              Create Permanent Channels of Communication with businesses

ž              Develop Programs to respond to local business needs

 

Business/Industry recruitment

Short Term Objectives: 6 to 12 Months

 

ž              Enhance Buildings and Sites List

ž              Educate local government officials: what is needed and why

ž              Identify and start process to bring site under control

ž              Develop Broker Network

 

Business/Industry recruitment

Long Term Objectives:

 

ž              Develop and maintain closer relationships with strategic partners

ž              Apply for inclusion in 21st Century Communities Program

ž              Develop and carry out long term strategic marketing campaign

ž              Develop relationships with other local rural counties: look for cross- 

                        marketing opportunities

                       

Entrepreneurial activities

Short Term Objectives: 6 to 12 months

           

ž              Set-up County-wide Small Business Group

ž              Better ways to promote local business           

ž              Promote Entrepreneurial programs from FTCC and SBTDC

ž              Explore closer relationship with UNC-G Entrepreneurial Center

ž              Develop 1on 1 Marketing Program for Small Businesses

 

Long Term Objectives:

 

ž              Develop programs in HS and Jr. High (Junior Achievement)

ž              Leverage available partners to create county-wide broadband communication

ž              Refine rural distribution network for area farmers: providing produce for local

communities

ž              Develop a community foundation to assist entrepreneurs and the     travel/tourism

industry

 

Travel/Tourism Development

Short Term Objectives: 6 to 12 months

           

ž              Complete new tourism web-site

ž              Enhance and broaden maps, create more interactive venues on-line

ž              Continue developing local and regional contacts

ž              Delivery system for new visitor guides

ž              Continue usage of local libraries as visitor info centers

ž              Develop plan for enhancement of Moratock Park

 

Travel/Tourism Development

Long Term Objectives:

           

ž              Establish Welcome Center or Centers

ž              Inn and Conference Center

ž              Create tourism “Master Plan” around the Hanging

                  Rock corridor

ž              ID and develop co-op advertising opportunities

 

Director Wood noted the following:

 

·         Commission has worked to establish short and long term objectives

·         New Economic Development website is up and running

·         Developed partnerships with local community members, Chamber of Commerce, Dan River Basin Association, Piedmont Triad Partnership, etc. to build a base of allies

·         Annual Business Extravaganza held in January 2010 – very successful

·         New visitors’ guide should be available this week

 

            Chairman Bruce Younts, EDC, presented the following information:

 

·         Working with King City Manager, Town of Walnut Cove Manager, Small Business Center and Forsyth Technical Community College

·         Worked on the four core needs:

o   Business Retention/Expansion – Short and Long Term Objectives

§  Continue to develop and update website

§  Working on 2nd Annual Business Extravaganza for January 2011

§  Working to bring area realtors together

§  Grant received to build websites for businesses in the County has been very successful with 80 sites either completed or in progress

o   Business/Industry Recruitment – Short and Long Term Objectives

§  Working to enhance the list on the website of available buildings and sites in the County

§  Working on 21st Century Communities Program which will give the County information pertaining to  where we are, where we want to go and how to get there

o   Entrepreneurial Activities – Short and Long Term Objectives

§  Setting up a small countywide small business group

§  Continuing to work with existing businesses and new start up businesses

o   Travel/Tourism Development - Short and Long Term Objectives

§  Worked hard to get the visitors’ guide up-to-date and a new version is currently being printed

§  New website should be up and running very soon – mid August

·         Visitors will be able to plan a trip on the new website

§  Working on a master plan for the Hanging Rock  Corridor

 

Chairman Younts concluded the EDC has been and is very committed to Economic

 

Development in Stokes County.

 

            Director Wood noted that the North Carolina Rural Center is having an all day regional

 

meeting on August 17th which will be attended by a team from Stokes County who will be working

 

on a project in Stokes County.  Director Wood noted that there was room for one Commissioner.

 

 

 

            Director Wood stated that there has been no word regarding federal stimulus funding

 

for Broadband, should know something before September 30th.   Director Wood noted that

 

he is working with Rockingham County to establish a Plan “B” to phase in high speed internet in

 

case no funding is received from stimulus funds.

 

            Commissioner Smith confirmed with Director Wood that the new tourism website would be

 

connected to the RTI website – Cascade Highlands.

 

            Vice Chairman Lankford asked if the new business websites created any new jobs.

 

            Director Wood noted that he was not sure about any new jobs, but had received positive

 

feedback from the businesses who have their websites completed with some stating that

 

business traffic has increased.

           

The Board expressed their appreciation to the  EDC for their continued commitment and

 

dedication.

 

            Chairman Walker commended the EDC for their efforts given not only to creating jobs, but

 

for the support being given to our existing businesses.

 

Update – Manager and Board of Commissioners

           

            County Manager Bryan Steen            noted the following:

 

·         Walking trail at Moratock Park has been repaired

·         Moving forward with Early College and Courthouse “C”

·         Should have definite news at the next meeting regarding Early College being ready for August enrollment for students, don’t have any reason that Early College will not be ready for August enrollment

 

Commissioner Carroll noted that Health Director Josh Swift was one of twenty Health

 

Directors across the Country selected and given a scholarship to attend a National Management

 

Leadership Institute in Memphis, Tennessee.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – DISCUSSION AGENDA

           

Proposed Resolution – Stokes County Schools

Guaranteed Energy Savings Contract

 

            Chairperson Sonya Cox, Board of Education, and Director of Operations David Burge,

 

Stokes County School Administration, presented the following proposed Resolution for the Board’s

 

consideration: (Other Board of Education members present: Colon Moore and Bill Hart) (Tom

 

Irvin, Johnson Controls was also present for the meeting)

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESOLUTION ACKNOWLEDGING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY

BY THE STOKES COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION OF A

GUARANTEED ENERGY SAVINGS CONTRACT

 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners (the “Board”) of the County of Stokes, North Carolina (the “County”) as follows:

 

1.       The Board hereby finds, determines and acknowledges that:

 

a.       the Stokes County Schools Board of Education (the “School Board”) plans to enter into a guaranteed energy savings contract not to exceed $4,400,000.00 pursuant to G.S. 143-64.17 et. seq. for the purpose of providing certain energy conservation measures authorized thereby (the” Project”) so as to reduce energy consumption and/or energy-related operating costs:

b.      the School Board intends to finance the Project  by entering into an installment contract (the “Contract”) pursuant to G.S. 143-64.17C and G.S. 160A-20 as amended;

c.       the energy savings resulting from the Project are expected to equal or exceed the total costs payable under the Contract as shown in an evaluation performed by a licensed engineer on behalf of the School Board;

d.      the payments under the Contract are not expected to require any additional appropriations to be made to the School Board nor any increase in taxes; and

e.       the Board does not intend to reduce appropriations to the School Board based upon a reduction of energy costs in a manner that would inhibit the ability of the School Board to make the payments under the Contract, provided that the County is not bound in any manner to appropriate funds to the School Board in amount sufficient for the School Board to make such payments.

 

2.      This resolution shall take effect upon its passage.

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Chairman Jimmy Walker                                        Vice Chairman Ernest Lankford

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Commissioner J. Leon Inman                                  Commissioner Ron Carroll

                                   

                                                                                   

Commissioner Stanley Smith          

                                                           

 

I DO HEREBY CERTIFY that this is a true and correct copy of the resolution duly adopted by the Board          of Commissioners of the County of Stokes at a regular meeting held on July 12, 2010.

 

_______________                                        ________________________________         

Date                                                             Darlene M. Bullins, Clerk to the Board           

 

            Chairperson Cox noted the following:

·         Proposed Resolution is required by Local Government Commission (LGC)

·         Energy savings contract not to exceed $4,400,000.00

·         Application being submitted for the LGC Agenda in September

·         Board of Education has endorsed the project with Johnson Controls

            Director Burge noted the following:

 

·         Working with Johnson Control to identify projects – Lighting, HVAC, etc. at each school

·         Will be prioritizing projects

·         Hope to start projects in October

·         Request is to not  impact current expense allocation for utilities

·         Rockingham County did the program several years ago and has had huge savings from the program

·         Rockingham County used Johnson Controls and speaks very highly of the company and had no issues during their contract

·         Statistics show that providing better lighting and heating/cooling promotes a better learning environment which produces better test scores

·         Behavioral Modification Energy Program implemented in 2000-01 has saved Stokes County over $2 million dollars (cutting lights off, cutting of computers, etc.)

 

            Mr. Irvin noted the following:

 

·         Need for the proposed Resolution to be approved today if possible in order to meet the LGC application deadline

·         Any shortfall of  savings as defined in the contract will fall on Johnson Controls and not Stokes County Schools

·         Look forward to working with Stokes County Schools and feels the project will be very successful and will save Stokes County money

 

The Board discussed the proposed Resolution.

 

            Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the

 

item on today’s Action Agenda.

 

            Commissioner Carroll requested the Board of Education present at least their top two

 

school construction projects with costs, plans, drawings, etc. to the Board of Commissioners at their

 

July 26th meeting.

 

            Chairperson Cox stated that would no problem.

 

Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the

 

item requested by Commissioner Carroll on the July 26th Discussion Agenda.

 

Tax Administration Report – June 2010

 

Tax Administrator Jake Oakley presented the following informational data:

 

Fiscal Year 2009-10

Budget Amt

Collected Amt

Over

Under

 

 

 

Budget

Budget

County Regular & Motor Vehicles

$(20,702,277.00)

$20,597,626.72

 

$104,650.28

 

 

 

 

 

Prior Taxes 93-08 Tax Years

 

 

 

 

County Regular & Motor Vehicles

$ 600,000.00

$678,037.35

    $78,037.35

EMS Collections

 

 

 

 

Total Collected

(06-01-10/06-30-10)

         $18,657.01

 

 

 

Total Collected

(07-01-09/6-30-10)                            

      $126,335.37

 

 

Delinquent accounts received from EMS (None)

 

 

 

 

Personal Property Discovery Report

# of

Total

Taxes

 

Audit Dates

Accts

Value

Due

 

06-01-10/06-30-10

31

$308,624

$2,685.26

 

Total Personal Discoveries Billed

F/Y 09-10 (07-01-09/06-30-10)   

         353

       

  $6,351,063

   $54,070.81

 

 

Business Personal Property Discovery Report

# of

Total

       Taxes

 

Audit Dates

Accts

Value

  Due

 

06-01-10/06-30-10

0

       $00.00  

$00.00

 

Total Business Discoveries Billed

F/Y 09-10 (07-01-09/06-30-10)   

1

1

$6,557.16

 

 

Motor Vehicle Release Report

Accounts

Total Value

 

Audit Dates

 

 

 

06-01-10/06-30-10

40

$1,251.88

 

 

 

 

 

Motor Vehicle Refund Report

Accounts

Total Value

 

Audit Dates

 

 

 

06-01-10/06-30-10

9

$703.26

 

Number billed for June 2010

5441

 

 

 

Garnishment Totals

 

 

 

 

Month

Total Accounts

Original Levy Amt

Collected Amt

 

 F/Year 2009-10

 

(July 1 – June 30)

2022

$634,439.87

$431,585.17

 

June 2010

280

$92,113.42

$43,024.26

 

 

Interstate Collection Report (May 2010)

Collection

Total Collected

Cumulative total Collected (to date)

NC Debt Setoff 

 $27,159.15

Cumulative total Collected (to date)

 Motor Vehicles

 $39,371.43

  Cumulative total Collected (to date)                               Property Taxes                                $9,897.00

  Cumulative total Collected (to date)                                       EMS                                        $25,416.62

  Cumulative total Collected (to date)                               All Categories                              $101,844.20

 

Tax Administrator Oakley presented the following Real and Personal Property Releases

 

(June 2010) which are less than $100 for the Board’s review:

   

Releases (Real and Personal Property)

Less than $100–June  2010-Per NCGS 105-381 (b)

Name

Bill Number

Amount

Debbie Bohanna

09A155927102.09

$40.15

Thurby Chapman

09A155922735.07

$42.17

07A155922735.07

$46.32

Dorothy Bakich

09A155909361.03

$16.59

Total Amount

       $145.23

 

Tax Administrator Oakley presented the following Real and Personal Property Release

 

(June 2010) which is more than $100 for the Board’s consideration:

   

Releases (Real and Personal Property)

More than $100–June  2010-Per NCGS 105-381 (b)

Name

Bill Number

Amount

Richard Bowman

10A1919.09.1

$212.45

Total Amount

$212.45

 

            Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the Real and

 

Personal Property Release (June 2010) on the July 26th Consent Agenda.

 

Tax Administration Report (Fiscal Year 2009-10)

 

            Tax Administrator Jake Oakley presented the following Fiscal Year 2009-10 information:

 

Current Year Taxes

 

Under NCGS 105-321, the FY ’09-10 Charge to Collect Order, the Tax Administrator was charged with the collection of Current Year Taxes in the amount of $20,702,277, which was based upon a 95.5% collection rate of total estimated values of $3,612,962,899.  During FY ’09-10, the Tax Administration actually billed (real/personal, all utilities, and motor vehicles) in the amount of $21,711,417 in current taxes, based on a value of $3,618,569,588. 

 

The following illustration outlines the difference between the estimated (budgeted) and actual billings relating to the FY 09-10 budget:

 

Budget             Billed               Less 2%           Amount           Amount           Rate of

Amount           Amount           Discount          to Collect         Collected         Collection

 

$20,702,277    ---------------     $203,955         $20,498,322    $20,597,627    100.005%

 

----------------    $21,711,417    $203,955         $21,507,462    $20,597,627       95.770%

 

Under NCGS 105-321, the FY ’09-10 Charge to Collect Order, the Tax Administrator was charged with the collection of additional budgeted line items outlined as follows:

 

                        Budget             Billed               Amount           Rate of

Category          Amount           Amount           Collected         Collection

 

Land Use         $  10,000         -----------          $  39,160         391.60%

 

Penalties/         $200,000         -----------          $215,654         107.83%

Interest

 

Dogs                $  46,000         -----------          $  38,689           84.11%

 

These categories are included in the Current Year Tax amounts as stated above.

 

Prior Year Delinquent Taxes

 

Under NCGS 105-373, the FY ’09-10 Recharge Order to Collect, the Tax Administration was charged with the collection of Prior Delinquent Taxes in the amount of $1,359,878.  

 

The following illustration outlines the collection of all delinquent taxes:

 

                        Budget             Billed               Amount           Rate of

Category          Amount           Amount           Collected         Collection

 

Prior Taxes      $600,000         -----------          $693,729         115.62%

 

Prior Dogs        $       800         -----------          $    1,079         134.88%

 

 

Listed below is an aggregate monthly compilation of payments received during FY ’09-10:

 

            Month              Amount                                               Month             Amount                                               

1.         July                  $   431,612.36                                      7.        January                        $3,829,561.88

2.         August             $8,989,503.12                           8.       February          $   735,078.63     

3.         September        $   873,865.74                           9.       March              $   418,563.92                                  4.             October                        $   570,365.06                         10.       April                $   215,709.05 

5.         November        $   696,394.16                         11.       May                 $   194,060.56 

6.         December        $3,422,806.87                         12.       June                 $   220,105.37

 

Tax Administration Report – Annual Settlement of Fiscal Year 2009-10

 

            Tax Administrator Jake Oakley presented the following documents relating to the settlement

 

of Fiscal Year 09-10 taxes/prior delinquent taxes:

 

Order of the Chief Accounting Officer (N.C.G.S. 105-352

 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA     )   ORDER OF THE COMPLIANCE WITH G.S.105-352(b)(1)

                                                )   AND G.S. 105-352(b)(2) FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF

COUNTY OF STOKES                 )   FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 PROPERTY TAXES

 

                                                TO :     THE STOKES COUNTY TAX ADMINISTRATOR

 

By the powers invested in me as the Chief Accounting Officer of Stokes County, North

Carolina, this order of compliance pursuant to North Carolina General Statutes 105-

352(b)(1) and 105-352(b)(2) is issued to you.  I further acknowledge that the receipts

for prepayments of taxes for the fiscal year 2009-2010 have been delivered to me,

and that such prepayments have been deposited to the credit of Stokes County.

 

Witness my hand and official seal this 12th day of July 2010.

 

                                                                        _______________________________________

                       

                                                                        Julia Edwards, Finance Officer & Chief

                                                                        Accounting Officer, Stokes County North Carolina

 

 

SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS

 

________ DAY OF _________________, 2010

 

______________________________________

Notary Public

 

My Commission Expires __________________

 

 

            Order of Compliance with G.S. 105-352(b)(1) and G.S. 101-352(b)(2) for the Settlement

 

of Fiscal Year 2009-10 Property Taxes was certified by Finance Director Julia Edwards that

 

as of June 30, 2010, the Tax Office had received total collections of all current taxes $20,597,627

 

and collections of outstanding prior year delinquent bills of $693,729 during fiscal year 2009-10.

 

 

 After July 1 and before he is charged with taxes for the current fiscal year, the tax collector shall make a sworn report to the governing body of the taxing unit showing:

 

1.                  Report of Delinquent Real Property Taxes.  The following illustration outlines the difference between the advertised list of March 25, 2010 and the current number of accounts due as of June 30, 2010). 

 

Accounts Advertised in Local Paper                    = 1,309

Accounts Delinquent Reported as of June 30, 2010        =    736* 

Accounts Paid Between March 25 – June 30, 2010         =    573

 

*Does not include accounts totaling less than $10.00 and accounts covered by payment arrangements.

 

Also, enclosed is a report listing all unpaid 2009 Real Property Taxes, including those covered by payment arrangements and totaling less than $10.00 each.

 

2.                  Report of Delinquent Personal Property Taxes (Insolvents).  This is the list of personal property not covered by liens and not advertised in April.   A statement under oath that the Tax Collector has made diligent efforts to collect these taxes of persons listed of their personal property is included along with a list of names of these persons owing taxes and the principal amount due to be placed in the minutes, (this is personal only).  Also, the governing body may publish this list in any newspaper in the taxing unit at cost to the taxing unit.

 

3.                  Report of General County Charge/Credits of Current/Delinquent Taxes.

 

4.                  Report of Town of Danbury Charge/Credits of Current/Delinquent Taxes.

 

5.                  Report of City of King Charge/Credits of Current/Delinquent Motor Vehicle Taxes.

 

6.                  Report of Town of Walnut Cove Charge/Credits Current/Delinquent Taxes.

 

 

 

 

 

Report of Insolvents

 

County of Stokes – 2009-10 Property Tax Collections Settlement

 

Stokes County - Current Charges and Credits = $21,711,417.53

Stokes County -  Delinquent Charges and Credits = $1,361,105.40

 

COUNTY    2009   UNPAID PERSONAL PROPERTY

 

Bill Number...........    Account Number    Bill Name................    Due One Cur Tot    Personal Gross Value

 

09A73636.09               73636             ADAMS, VERNON DBA                       6.69                   1,013

                                            NORTHEND GARAGE & WRECKER

09A20693.09               20693             ADKINS, JOE                            42.96                   6,507

                                            ADKINS, PAT

09A62867.09               62867             ALBERG, CLYDE WILLIAM III              14.99                   2,272

09A155924783.09           155924783         ALLEN, EDNA MAE                        38.92                   5,896

09A155916244.09           155916244         ALLEN, JOHN JR                         88.11                  13,350

                                            ALLEN, LINDA KAYE

09A155917219.08.1         155917219         ALVAREZ, CARLOS ALBERTO                 3.76                     570

09A684.09                 684               AMBURN, DELMER RAY                    705.40                 106,877

09A155989912.08           155989912         AMOS, JOHNNY DALE                      30.82                   4,670

09A47818.08               47818             AMOS, RONNY BRUCE                      37.06                   5,615

09A155906420.07           155906420         ANASTASIS INC DBA                     684.43                 114,071

                                            DUKES RESTAURANT

09A995.01                 995               ANDERSON, RONNIE                       23.48                   3,914

09A21227.06.1             21227             ANDREWS, JAMES L                        3.63                     550

                                            ANDREWS, LYNNA L

09A37057.09               37057             ARMSTRONG, MARK DAVID                   1.98                     300

                                            BURCHETTE, ANDREA LUANN

09A155924312.04           155924312         ARNDER, PATRICIA HUTCHINS              39.74                   6,021

09A155894961.07           155894961         ASHBURN, JAMES D                       14.85                   2,250

                                            COVE LOUNGE

09A32255.09               32255             AYERS, LEE                             52.14                   8,690

                                            AYERS, LIZA ANN

09A156022075.09           156022075         BAILEY, RICHARD                        72.26                  10,949

                                            BAILEY, GRACIE

09A156008284.09           156008284         BARBOSA, FREDY RODRIGUEZ               72.26                  10,949

09A45621.09               45621             BARNES, JULIE ANN                       1.39                   4,966

09A73027.09               73027             BARNEYCASTLE, JAMES ODELL              35.05                   5,310

09A155915001.09           155915001         BARNEYCASTLE, ODELL                    35.05                   5,310

09A155895495.09           155895495         BARNEYCASTLE, WANDA STANL              37.84                   5,734

                                            EY

09A156004779.04           156004779         BARTON, CHRISTOPHER LEE                32.78                   4,966

09A55207.07               55207             BASS, LONNIE CURTIS SR                 30.82                   4,670

09A155905755.01           155905755         BATTON, TINA MARIE                     32.78                   4,966

09A155892375.09           155892375         BAUGHMAN, RODNEY E                      9.90                   1,500

                                            BAUGHMAN, AIMEE S

09A17593.09               17593             BECK, BRADY A                          78.26                  11,859

09A155913948.07.1         155913948         BECK, TERRY L                          19.80                   3,000

                                            BECK, DONNA A

09A155893881.09           155893881         BELT, JOYCE SHEPHERD                   87.55                  14,592

                                            SHEPHERD, MARGARET

09A73554.04               73554             BENNETT, TINA G                        12.14                   1,840

                                            BENNETT, JEFFREY TODD

09A68074.06               68074             BLACKARD, CAROL RAE EAST                3.30                     500

09A33212.04               33212             BLALOCK, CHARLES W                     37.06                   5,615

09A33212.04.1             33212             BLALOCK, CHARLES W                    211.88                  25,796

09A155912574.09           155912574         BOLES, CHRISTINA M DBA                119.11                  19,852

                                            PB CLARKS FAMILY RESTAU

09A155927460.09.1         155927460         BOST, CAROLYN                          60.72                   9,200

09A155927460.09.2         155927460         BOST, CAROLYN                          61.50                   8,900

09A156008982.07           156008982         BOTTOMS, JERRY LEROY                   32.78                   4,966

09A67055.04               67055             BOWERS, WESLEY CRAIG                  205.37                  31,117

                                            BOWERS, LISA WHITE

09A155929683.09           155929683         BOWLING, JENNIFER                      28.44                   4,309

09A23127.06               23127             BOWMAN, RANDALL W                      34.68                   5,255

09A156026439.02           156026439         BOWMAN, RICKY WAYNE                    32.42                  14,592

09A155894321.06           155894321         BOYD, RICKY JAMES                     180.00                  30,000

                                            BOYD, CYNTHIA

09A71517.06               71517             BOYER, NORMAN                         365.64                  55,400

09A155908357.09           155908357         BRACKEN, WILLIAM GLENN DB              40.77                   6,176

                                            A

                                            ABC GARBAGE CO

09A23008.06               23008             BRANNOCK, TAMMY R                      66.98                  11,164

                                            BRANNOCK, KYLE ALLEN

09A70080.09               70080             BRAY, RUDY FOLGER                      96.31                  14,592

09A155894364.09           155894364         BREWER, THELMA VANHOY                  33.69                  16,088

09A155894364.09.1         155894364         BREWER, THELMA VANHOY                 123.07                  17,094

09A60947.01               60947             BRIM, RONNIE ODELL                     38.92                   5,896

09A155926529.07           155926529         BROADUS, DAVID WAYNE                   79.67                  12,072

09A17372.07               17372             BROOKER, MARK S                       294.60                  49,100

                                            BROOKER, ALICE S

09A155893743.09           155893743         BROWN, BRIAN K                         66.21                  10,032

                                            JOHN BROWNS COUNTRY STORE

09A3553.09                3553              BROWN, CLYDE W                          3.84                     581

09A3871.01                3871              BROWN, MARY D                          37.84                   5,734

09A69661.09               69661             BROWN, RONALD BROWN JR                 31.80                   4,819

                                            BROWN, SHERRIE KETNER

09A56933.07               56933             BROWN, TIMMY RAY                        3.30                     500

09A75458.09               75458             BRYAN, SHERRI BRINKLEY                  0.72                   3,220

                                            BRYAN, THOMAS FRANKLIN

09A56970.04               56970             BULLINS, ANNETTE                       10.52                   1,753

                                            THE FLOWER BASKET

09A155915753.01           155915753         BULLINS, CHRISTY GAIL                   3.30                     500

09A247.03                 247               BULLINS, GARY                          38.38                   6,396

                                            BULLINS, ANNETTE W

09A155923324.04.1         155923324         BULLINS, TERESA F                      11.11                   1,800

                                            BULLINS, MICHAEL J

09A34492.08               34492             BULLINS, VICKIE LYNN S                 31.53                   5,255

09A155908049.09           155908049         BURCHAM, TAMMIE JOHNSON                33.01                   5,001

09A155912575.01           155912575         BURGESS, KENNETH WAYNE                  3.06                     648

 

Bill Number...........    Account Number    Bill Name................    Due One Cur Tot    Personal Gross Value

                                          

09A155917159.08           155917159         BURGESS, PANSY                          3.21                     535

                                            HAIR MAGIC

09A73056.09               73056             BURNETTE, JOHN PAUL                    70.71                  10,714

                                            BURNETTE, MARY SHRADER

09A59815.09               59815             BURTON, JAY A                          93.79                  14,210

                                            BURTON, DARLENE

09A27572.09               27572             BUTNER, REBECCA GILES                 105.61                  16,002

09A33244.08               33244             BYERLY, WESLEY E                       79.92                  12,108

09A155900949.09           155900949         CAIN, JEREMY LEE                       38.92                   5,896

09A155928585.02           155928585         CAMERON, RONNIE D                       4.88                     740

09A61753.04               61753             CAMPBELL, RICHARD E                    44.47                   6,738

                                            CAMPBELL, SHERIL E

09A155927175.09           155927175         CARR, BERNICE A                        87.09                  13,195

09A54649.01               54649             CARTY, JANE I                          27.61                   4,184

09A155917052.07           155917052         CAYTON, TEDDIE G JR                    31.60                   4,788

09A155927189.04           155927189         CHAPMAN, TEDDY MASON                   26.82                   4,064

09A155921146.07           155921146         CHATMAN, JAVAN M                       79.67                  12,072

09A156026379.02           156026379         CHATMAN, JAVAN MASON JR                37.06                   5,615

09A156026379.02.1         156026379         CHATMAN, JAVAN MASON JR                86.44                  11,534

09A155916726.01           155916726         CHAVEZ, J-ALEX LARRAGA                 92.65                  14,038

 

09A155908826.09           155908826         CHILDRESS, ROBERT                      26.82                   4,064

09A155914731.09           155914731         CHOPLIN, SCOTT A                       37.06                   5,615

                                            CHOPLIN, KIMBERLY B

09A72365.04               72365             CLAYTON, ADAM THOMAS                   15.40                   2,333

09A155923376.09           155923376         COBBLER, DAWN TILLEY                   28.49                   4,749

09A156016488.09           156016488         COCHRAN, SAMUEL T                      39.42                   5,974

09A155905489.09           155905489         COEBURN, WILLIAM                       74.90                  11,348

09A155919712.08           155919712         COLE, JONATHAN LEE                     37.06                   5,615

09A156008842.09           156008842         COLEY, SHERRY L                        33.01                   5,001

09A156006655.09           156006655         COLLINS, ANGELA                        25.06                   3,796

                                            COLLINS, PAUL

09A155906316.05           155906316         COLLINS, BRENDA J                     141.94                  21,506

09A56949.08               56949             COLLINS, DARRELL HUNTER                42.76                   7,127

09A155914384.02           155914384         COLLINS, RICHARD DWIGHT               194.67                  32,445

                                            COLLINS, TINA A

09A19898.06               19898             COLLINS, ROGER TAFT                    28.90                   4,378

09A19900.07               19900             COLLINS, TERESA BERRY                  32.38                   4,907

09A155910016.08           155910016         CORN, PHILLIP D                         1.32                     200

09A60794.09               60794             COVINGTON, MARK RANDELL                72.43                  12,072

09A22401.09               22401             COWDEN, JOHN C                         24.92                   3,775

09A74364.07               74364             COX, JOHN E                            19.57                   2,965

                                            COX, TRACY TEAL

09A156001068.07           156001068         CRAIG, LILLIAN MCKNIGHT                38.92                   5,896

09A155893269.04.1         155893269         CREECH, CHRISTOPHER N                 118.78                  17,996

                                            CREECH, JOY B

09A26742.06               26742             CROTTS, BOBBY LEE                       1.80                     300

                                            CROTTS, CAROLYN B

09A155893314.09.1         155893314         CROTTS, DAVID M                        78.86                  11,949

09A155900754.09           155900754         CROWN CONCRETE CONSTRUCTI             251.05                  38,036

                                            ON

09A156018868.07           156018868         DALTON, PATTI SMITH                    37.06                   5,615

                                            DALTON, THOMAS GERALD SR

09A72383.04.1             72383             DALTON, WELDON RAY                     36.86                   5,585

09A156020420.07           156020420         DASILVA LLC                            13.71                   2,078

09A48127.09               48127             DAUGHERTY, THELMA MARIE                33.01                   5,001

09A155900704.06           155900704         DAVIS, ELIZABETH ANN                   32.78                   4,966

09A27078.07               27078             DAVIS, GWENDOLYN L                     59.60                   9,030

09A27078.07.1             27078             DAVIS, GWENDOLYN L                    287.48                  35,520

09A155897303.09           155897303         DENNY, HAROLD VERNON JR                32.78                   4,966

09A155897303.09.1         155897303         DENNY, HAROLD VERNON JR                35.74                   4,963

09A155924491.04           155924491         DEVORE, ELEANOR R                      39.42                   5,974

09A156020945.04           156020945         DICKERSON, ROCKY EUGENE                88.11                  13,350

                                            DICKERSON, JESSICA

09A155899036.02           155899036         DILLON, RAY F JR                        3.00                     500

                                            DILLON, SHANNON L

09A29723.09               29723             DOBSON, DAVID EUGENE                   35.95                   5,446

                                            DOBSON, DEBORAH

09A73429.03               73429             DODSON, CRYSTAL MORTON                 38.92                   5,896

09A155893733.07           155893733         DODSON, DILLARD R JR                   55.58                   8,422

09A155893733.07.1         155893733         DODSON, DILLARD R JR                   68.36                   9,495

09A31319.04.1             31319             DODSON, JEREMY WAYNE                1,805.70                 231,500

09A155892518.02           155892518         DRAUGHON, SUSAN NICOLE                116.80                  17,697

09A155904675.07           155904675         DUGGINS, ANGELA KAY                    35.05                   5,310

09A155904675.07.1         155904675         DUGGINS, ANGELA KAY                   121.26                  15,557

09A3246.08                3246              DUNCAN, JUNIOR DAVID                   90.73                  15,121

09A66272.08               66272             DUNCAN, JUNIOR DAVID                  146.85                  22,250

09A3611.09                3611              EAST, WILLIAM CAROL                    26.82                   4,064

09A156011555.09.1         156011555         EDWARDS, HOPE R                        49.76                   7,540

09A156012590.09           156012590         EVANS, DEALYNN ELIAZETH                22.68                   3,436

09A20283.04               20283             FAIN, DARLENE V                         2.40                     400

                                            FAIN, SAMUEL K

09A21736.01               21736             FALLIN, JAMES DAVID II                 34.68                   5,255

09A155911269.02           155911269         FARIES, DONNIE WAYNE                  268.73                  58,800

09A156019238.01           156019238         FARMER, STEVEN W                      145.75                  22,084

                                            FARMER, MELISSA W

09A155901149.01           155901149         FARMER, TAMMY RUTH                     37.06                   5,615

09A29444.07               29444             FERGUSON, DANNY JOE                    37.06                   5,615

                                            FERGUSON, DEBORAH B

09A60040.04               60040             FINDLEY, SUSAN WOOLARD                 87.09                  13,195

09A62630.09               62630             FLESHMAN, TINA M                        1.13                  13,344

                                            FLESHMAN, JONATHAN M

09A37022.07.1             37022             FLETCHER, KYLE S                       14.79                   1,754

                                            FLETCHER, SHERRI S

09A16705.07.1             16705             FLINCHUM, JOHN W JR                   421.26                  85,600

09A5045.02                5045              FLIPPIN, ROBERT EARL                   16.01                   2,425

09A66314.02               66314             FLIPPIN, ROBERT EARL                   28.06                   4,251

Bill Number...........    Account Number    Bill Name................    Due One Cur Tot    Personal Gross Value

 

09A156016642.04.1         156016642         FLIPPIN, ROBERT LOSSIE                 51.52                   7,226

                                            FLIPPIN, DEENA ANN

09A73350.08               73350             FOOTHILL LOGGING & CHIP I             131.59                  58,461

                                            NC

09A67225.07               67225             FORD, WILLIE LEE JR                    91.75                  13,901

09A155918295.09.1         155918295         FORTUNE, LEEANN                       186.33                  41,444

09A155901972.01           155901972         FOSTER, MATTHEW JAY                   147.22                  25,148

09A155982853.05           155982853         FOWLER, JEFFERY DEAN                  105.61                  16,002

09A54908.06               54908             FRANCE, GRADY HARRY JR                  3.30                     500

09A35801.02               35801             FRANCE, GRADY                          55.58                   8,422

                                            FRANCE, STACEY LUE

09A33947.07               33947             FREEMAN, BARBARA S                      3.30                     500

09A66330.01               66330             FREEMAN, JOSEPH JR                    249.82                  41,636

09A155906414.03           155906414         FRYE, HARVEY LESTER                    32.78                   4,966

09A25453.01               25453             FULK, MARTY                            16.96                   2,570

09A155888687.09           155888687         FULK, MICHAEL REID                     34.63                   5,246

09A18696.06               18696             GAMMONS, ROGER DBA                    516.83                  78,305

                                            GAMMONS EXCAVATION

09A155901937.09           155901937         GARCIA, JABAR                         300.00                  50,000

09A35242.09.1             35242             GARRIS, KENNETH JOSEPH                 42.01                   6,365

09A156025407.04           156025407         GEARY, FAITH INEZ                       0.99                     150

09A16451.07.1             16451             GIBSON, TONY R                         50.03                   5,956

09A155892225.08           155892225         GIGANTI, SCOTT M                        7.80                   1,300

                                            GIGANTI, JULIA T

09A155920594.09           155920594         GILES, ERNEST LUTHER II                25.06                   3,796

                                            GILES, DEBORAH KOONTZ

09A18121.04               18121             GOAD, JAMES STUART                    106.55                  16,144

09A18121.04.1             18121             GOAD, JAMES STUART                     43.35                  17,545

09A69133.04               69133             GOAD, JERRY WAYNE                      29.24                   4,430

09A5262.07                5262              GOOLSBY, CHARLES E SR                  28.02                   4,670

09A155916367.07           155916367         GOOLSBY, LILLIE M                      44.47                   6,738

09A18697.09               18697             GRIFFIN, RANDALL E DBA                372.12                  56,380

                                            PLUMBING & SWIMMING POOLS

09A155928441.09           155928441         GUPTON, DAVID BLAIR                    30.95                   4,690

09A60634.09               60634             GUYNN, PEGGY S                         80.10                  13,350

09A8464.09                8464              GWYN, PERRY CLAYTON                    49.04                   8,174

09A155918711.09           155918711         HAGERMAN, VIRGINIA                     84.77                  12,844

09A8912.07.1              8912              HAIRSTON, LAFAYETTE TYRON             224.19                  27,537

                                            E

09A8926.07                8926              HAIRSTON, MELVIN WELCH                 37.06                   5,615

09A8926.07.1              8926              HAIRSTON, MELVIN WELCH                 36.86                   5,585

09A155908469.09           155908469         HALL, ANGELA                           32.33                  12,108

09A30564.04               30564             HALL, BRENDA JEAN                      34.68                   5,255

09A156019274.09           156019274         HALL, JAMES MALCOLM                    79.92                  12,108

                                            HALL, JACQUELINE NICOLE

09A155914894.07           155914894         HALL, TAMMY                            67.02                  10,155

09A155906355.07           155906355         HAMPTON, DEEANN M                       1.36                  16,144

09A72039.04               72039             HAMPTON, RUSSELL                      181.37                  52,900

09A155911307.04           155911307         HANES, JOHN P III                      21.12                   3,200

                                            HANES, TIFFANY R

09A32905.08               32905             HARRIS, BOBBY RAY                       3.00                     500

                                            TATUM, LINDA S

09A4529.07                4529              HARTMAN, CHESTER DALE                   3.00                     500

09A66509.07               66509             HARTMAN, CHESTER DALE                  87.89                  14,649

09A66510.07               66510             HARTMAN, DAVID EUGENE                 286.04                  47,673

09A66511.04               66511             HARTMAN, KEITH DALE                   217.01                  36,169

                                            HARTMAN, SHARON L

09A155892719.07           155892719         HARTMAN, KEITH D                       28.81                   4,365

                                            HARTMAN, DAVID E

09A155921813.09           155921813         HAWKINS AUTOMOTIVE                     70.89                  10,740

09A16462.01               16462             HAWKINS, WILLIAM DANNY                  2.75                  15,132

09A61119.01               61119             HAZELWOOD, DONALD FRANKLI              33.69                   5,615

                                            N JR

09A56234.04               56234             HEATH, WILSON E                        65.69                  10,949

09A5764.09                5764              HEBERT, ROBERT A                        1.98                     300

                                            HEBERT, RACHEL S

09A155891720.08           155891720         HENRY, LINDA CORNS                    109.88                  16,649

09A63010.07               63010             HERNANDEZ, SHERRI WADDLE               88.11                  13,350

09A66532.03               66532             HICKS, MICKEY CARL                     22.50                   3,750

                                            HICKS, APRIL S

09A67817.09               67817             HIGGINS, BRYAN KENNETH                  1.73                  39,000

                                            HIGGINS, MOIRA BROADLEY

09A6539.07                6539              HIGGINS, JUNE WAYNE                    13.77                  13,195

09A155911199.01.1         155911199         HILL, RONNIE BENJAMIN                 126.32                  17,545

                                            HILL, LISA SUE

09A47146.04               47146             HILL, TAMMY YOUNG                      69.67                  10,556

09A155927289.04           155927289         HILL, WILLIAM FRASER                  171.60                  26,000

09A156025658.09           156025658         HILTON, PAUL BRYANT                    37.06                   5,615

09A156025658.09.1         156025658         HILTON, PAUL BRYANT                    82.32                  10,984

09A46028.04               46028             HINCHER, DARRELL GLENN JR              32.38                   4,907

09A155911656.09           155911656         HIXON, KEITH T                         12.90                   1,955

                                            HIXON, TINA Y

09A22363.09.1             22363             HOBSON, FREDRICK D                    463.66                  56,580

                                            HOBSON, DEBRA J

09A33400.07               33400             HOBSON, KATHY D                        33.69                   5,615

09A31498.09               31498             HOHMANN, DEBORAH LYNN BAR             116.80                  17,697

                                            KER

09A4250.07                4250              HOLE, ALVIS                            10.90                   1,652

                                            HOLE, ERA

09A156023539.09           156023539         HOLSCLAW, TINA                        112.37                  17,025

09A67273.05               67273             HOLT, CHARLES NMN                     106.55                  16,144

                                            HOLT, OANN SPENCER

09A67273.05.1             67273             HOLT, CHARLES NMN                     115.80                  17,545

                                            HOLT, OANN SPENCER

09A155894607.05           155894607         HOLT, TONYA RENEE                     129.31                  19,592

09A155894607.05.1         155894607         HOLT, TONYA RENEE                     115.25                  16,006

09A5210.07                5210              HOOKER, GRADY C                        29.34                   4,890

                                            HOOKER, SHIRLEY S

Bill Number...........    Account Number    Bill Name................    Due One Cur Tot    Personal Gross Value

 

09A66007.05               66007             HOOKER, KENNETH G                       0.00                   3,092

                                            HOOKER, SANDRA C

09A32046.05               32046             HOOKER, RONNIE CLIFFORD                45.08                   6,830

09A74772.06               74772             HOOKER, THOMAS JR                     347.16                  52,600

09A155926489.07           155926489         HOOPER, DANNY R                        55.36                   9,227

09A155917218.09           155917218         HOOTS, CONNIE BROWN                    69.12                  10,473

09A64798.09               64798             HOOVER, ROY G                          37.06                   5,615

09A64798.09.1             64798             HOOVER, ROY G                          36.86                   5,585

09A5766.09                5766              HUFF, HENRY M                          11.72                   1,953

                                            HUFF, RUTH

09A39306.07.1             39306             HUNDLEY, KIMBERLY WILSON              221.95                  67,975

09A6039.09                6039              HUNTER, BOBBY WAYNE                    11.25                   1,705

                                            HUNTER, HUCIE B

09A155924150.09           155924150         HUNTER, TERRY WAYNE                    76.88                  11,649

09A20492.03               20492             INMAN, ROSANNE M                       30.82                   4,670

09A22210.09               22210             JARVIS, JOHN A                          5.28                     800

                                            JARVIS, KATHRYN C

09A55673.09               55673             JARVIS, ROGER KEITH JR                 35.05                   5,310

09A55673.09.1             55673             JARVIS, ROGER KEITH JR                 34.94                   5,293

09A11315.09               11315             JESSUP, LEVI M                         10.50                   1,750

09A17638.09               17638             JESSUP, LEVI M JR                      60.33                  10,055

09A34637.09               34637             JESSUP, LEVI MARTIN                    35.90                   5,984

                                            HILLEGAS, ROBERTA ANN

09A61490.06               61490             JOHNSON, LISA JANE                     44.47                   6,738

09A61490.06.1             61490             JOHNSON, LISA JANE                     49.76                   7,540

09A28231.07.1             28231             JOHNSON, RAYMOND E                      5.84                  28,829

                                            JOHNSON, VIRGINIA P

09A68622.09               68622             JONES, ROBERT LEE                      79.67                  12,072

                                            JONES, GENEVA HILLIARD

09A7665.09                7665              JONES, WAYNE C                         38.92                   5,896

09A7679.09                7679              JORDAN, DONALD F                       30.82                   4,670

09A71298.09               71298             JORDAN, EDWARD KEITH                   65.76                  43,200

09A71298.09.1             71298             JORDAN, EDWARD KEITH                  311.04                  43,200

09A155907210.01           155907210         JOYCE, ARCHIE LEE JR                   31.53                   5,255

                                            JOYCE, SHANNON R

09A155919335.06           155919335         JOYCE, BRENDA ANN                      44.47                   6,738

09A33378.05               33378             JOYCE, EARNESTINE HUGHES               44.56                   6,751

09A32790.01.1             32790             JOYCE, JAMES RONNIE                   247.22                  41,934

09A23713.01               23713             JOYCE, JANET DAWN                     462.00                  70,000

09A23713.01.1             23713             JOYCE, JANET DAWN                     504.00                  70,000

09A155927278.09           155927278         JOYCE, LINDA                          127.20                  19,274

09A8341.04                8341              JOYCE, RANDY DEAN                      37.06                   5,615

09A28481.04               28481             JUSTICE, IRA ALAN                      34.99                   5,832

09A8737.01                8737              KELLAM, EZRA                           24.54                   4,090

09A155892269.04.1         155892269         KENDRICK, PERRY LEE                    76.96                  10,688

                                            KENDRICK, TAMMY GIBSON

09A155892269.04.2         155892269         KENDRICK, PERRY LEE                    61.91                   9,380

                                            KENDRICK, TAMMY GIBSON

09A156019773.05           156019773         KESAR-CHAMBER INC DBA                  12.29                   1,861

                                            BERRY PATCH MARKET & GRIL

09A155929662.07           155929662         KHEMVISAI INC DBA                     235.09                  35,620

                                            THE BARN

09A34678.04               34678             KILLION, SAMUEL L                       7.18                   1,088

                                            KILLION, REBECCA D

09A28277.09               28277             KING INVESTMENT PARTNERS               19.80                   3,000

                                            II

09A18631.09.1             18631             KING, ALLEN B                          32.90                  32,751

                                            KING, CHRISTI P

09A54614.04               54614             KING, JAMES CHRISTOPHER                 9.42                   5,639

09A155918350.07           155918350         KING, PATRICIA A                      285.60                  47,600

09A64608.09               64608             KINZER, TONIA ALLEN                    29.80                   4,966

09A155919357.09           155919357         KNIGHT, JIMMY D                         1.32                     200

                                            KNIGHT, SHANNON R

09A70274.09               70274             KNIGHT, ROMMIE GARLAND JR              87.09                  13,195

09A155906734.09           155906734         LANE, DAVID LEE                        60.93                  10,155

09A155890624.07           155890624         LANE, ROBIN TILLEY                     31.53                   5,255

09A156007034.09           156007034         LANGSDORF, MATTHEW EDWARD               3.30                     500

09A75274.09               75274             LAWSON, BARBARA WHITE                  32.78                   4,966

09A20087.09               20087             LAWSON, EDDIE WAYNE                    13.20                   2,000

09A11304.09               11304             LAWSON, HENRY ANDY                     32.99                   4,999

09A11304.09.1             11304             LAWSON, HENRY ANDY                    158.89                  19,529

09A35758.02               35758             LAWSON, IVAN MILLER                    32.67                   4,950

                                            GREEN, MARILYN LAWSON

09A11450.06               11450             LAWSON, RANDALL DALE                   79.92                  12,108

09A11450.06.1             11450             LAWSON, RANDALL DALE                   95.29                  13,235

09A56685.04               56685             LAWSON, RITA                           53.17                   8,056

09A155917152.09           155917152         LILLY, TAMRA DBA                       19.47                   2,949

                                            HAIR DAZE

09A8029.07.1              8029              LINDSAY, WILMA JOYCE                   28.49                  10,364

09A25243.06               25243             LINDSEY, RONNIE K                     181.80                  30,300

                                            LINDSEY, CRYSTAL L

09A75453.09               75453             LONG, GARY N                           13.70                   2,075

                                            LONG, JENNY N

09A155921974.04.2         155921974         MABE, ALVIN DEWEY                      34.91                   5,290

                                            MABE, VIRGINIA LEE

09A155892877.08.1         155892877         MABE, GERALD DEAN                      32.76                   4,963

09A53697.08               53697             MABE, KAROL ANN                        30.82                   4,670

                                            MABE, WILLIAM ARNOLD

09A27188.08               27188             MABE, KENNETH                          50.30                   8,383

09A155892874.07           155892874         MABE, STEVE H                           3.30                     500

                                            MABE, CONSTANCE M

09A31193.09               31193             MABE, STUART                           38.92                   5,896

09A156022587.08           156022587         MABE, VICTORIA                        145.20                  22,000

09A156016547.04.1         156016547         MALDONADO, SAMUEL                      28.84                   4,370

09A155908487.07           155908487         MALLOY, FLORENCE G                     33.69                   5,615

                                            MALLOY, CLARENCE J

09A155892250.04           155892250         MANGUM, RITA M                          4.62                     700

09A155916085.03           155916085         MANUEL, JERRY WAYNE DBA                90.11                  13,653

                                            MANUELS AUTOMOTIVE

Bill Number...........    Account Number    Bill Name................    Due One Cur Tot    Personal Gross Value

 

09A155926800.08           155926800         MARLIER, FRANCIS HUBERT                33.01                   5,001

09A27922.09               27922             MARSHALL, VANCE GARLAND                83.86                  12,706

                                            MARSHALL, CAROLYN COCHRAN

09A73811.08               73811             MARTIN, AMANDA J                       37.06                   5,615

09A29025.05               29025             MARTIN, BILLY LEE JR                   37.06                   5,615

09A7509.07                7509              MARTIN, ELLA S                         22.68                   3,436

09A155978049.09           155978049         MARTIN, EUGENE ALRIC                   33.01                   5,001

09A155923605.07           155923605         MARTIN, GEORGE R                        6.60                   1,000

09A29033.02               29033             MARTIN, MARTY DEAN                     40.77                   6,176

09A155895171.01.1         155895171         MARTIN, MICHAEL WAYNE                  68.11                   9,460

                                            MARTIN, SHERYL MCCARTY

09A52311.07               52311             MARTIN, RONNIE GRAY                    37.84                   5,734

09A155911379.09           155911379         MARTIN, SHARON MICHELLE               134.00                  20,304

09A65242.07               65242             MARTIN, STEPHANIE VERONIC              30.82                   4,670

                                            A

09A8676.06                8676              MCCONKEY, JAMES ERIC                   36.26                   5,494

09A74908.09.1             74908             MCGEE, ALDEAN                       2,808.00                 360,000

09A29925.09               29925             MCHONE, EDGAR LEROY JR                 30.01                   5,001

09A18959.06               18959             MCKEITHAN, MICHAEL LOUIS               18.54                   2,808

09A156023100.09           156023100         MCKNIGHT, DONNIE RAY                   33.69                   5,615

09A155896750.04           155896750         MCLEAN, MARK                          562.98                  85,300

                                            MCLEAN, BRENDA

09A155896750.07           155896750         MCLEAN, MARK                           38.92                   5,896

                                            MCLEAN, BRENDA

09A155899388.09           155899388         MEDLEY, KIMBERLY JARRELL              248.40                  41,400

09A16187.06               16187             MELTON, LARRY VIVIAN                    0.00                   5,896

09A63652.07               63652             MELVIN, RONDA B                         3.00                     500

09A155917667.09           155917667         MENDIETA, EFREN OLIVARIES             311.52                  47,200

09A56210.07.1             56210             MENDOZA, GUILLERMO GONZAL              32.88                   4,567

                                            EZ

                                            MENDOZA, HERLINDA C

09A156018427.01           156018427         MILLER, ANDREW JUNIOR                 116.35                  17,627

09A156018427.05           156018427         MILLER, ANDREW JUNIOR                  26.82                   4,064

09A156023096.04           156023096         MILLER, KIMBERLY R                     98.40                  14,908

09A155893629.09           155893629         MILLER, WILLIAM H                      56.04                   9,340

09A155921581.06           155921581         MILLS, DELMER W                        33.69                   5,615

09A155903184.07           155903184         MITCHELL, WILLIE W                      1.98                     300

09A156011263.09           156011263         MOCK, SARAH ANN                        30.82                   4,670

09A156011263.09.1         156011263         MOCK, SARAH ANN                        33.71                   4,681

09A74184.09               74184             MOORE, JAMES EDWIN                     87.09                  13,195

09A155920256.07           155920256         MOORE, RALPH E                         27.64                   4,188

09A60330.08               60330             MOORE, RHONDA A SOUTHERN               22.23                   3,369

09A30152.07               30152             MORTON, JACKIE DENISE                  29.80                   4,966

09A18867.03.1             18867             MORTON, STEVE                         189.79                  24,366

09A155913193.09           155913193         MULLINS, BELINDA KAY                   88.11                  13,350

                                            MULLINS, EDDIE LEE

09A64903.06               64903             MULWEE, MICHAEL                        87.55                  14,592

                                            MULWEE, SHERRI

09A155908635.01           155908635         MURRAY, WALTER LEE JR                  45.42                   6,881

09A155915599.07           155915599         NEAL, THOMAS E                         26.82                   4,064

09A155915599.07.1         155915599         NEAL, THOMAS E                         29.51                   4,098

09A27015.06               27015             NEAL, TRACY MARIE LAWSON               41.56                   6,296

09A75301.09               75301             NELSON, ROBIN R                        85.22                  12,912

                                            RAGSDALE, GARY L

09A156007123.09           156007123         NELSON, WANDA ANN                      92.65                  14,038

09A50435.09               50435             NEWMAN, JUDY BOLES                     32.78                   4,966

09A47614.09               47614             NEWSOM, JOHN RICHARD                    1.65                     250

09A60620.09.1             60620             NOAH, SONDRA CHANTAY                   77.89                  10,819

                                            LACY, LINDA K

09A155922517.04.1         155922517         NORMAN, GREGORY FRANKLIN                3.31                     502

09A155915899.09.1         155915899         OAKES, MICHAEL LEE                    119.80                  48,793

09A156021976.09           156021976         OAKLEY, JOHN HENRY                  3,268.09                 544,681

09A24656.09               24656             OAKLEY, TROY KYLE                      23.87                   3,617

                                            OAKLEY, VICKIE ELAINE

09A155889290.09           155889290         OCAMPO, ROBERTO                        96.31                  14,592

09A155914681.01           155914681         OCEGUEDA, FLORENCIO GONZA              37.06                   5,615

                                            LEZ

09A52503.09.1             52503             ODELL, DAVID CARL                      40.13                   5,574

09A29816.09               29816             OSBORNE, LARRY KEVIN                   37.06                   6,176

09A6955.09.2              6955              OVERBY, BARRY LYNN                    202.21                  25,967

09A155914684.02.1         155914684         PACK, ROVERTA KING                    381.03                  73,556

09A155917313.06           155917313         PALMER, SHEILA LYNCH                   51.10                   7,741

09A155902393.09           155902393         PARDUE, JENNIFER                       79.92                  12,108

09A68544.09               68544             PARIS, JOEY B                           7.98                   1,330

                                            PARIS, DEBORAH A

09A75587.09               75587             PARKER, JEFFERY P                      49.18                   7,451

                                            PARKER, KRISTI L

09A155897193.06           155897193         PARKER, KEITH                         331.32                  50,200

09A63676.07               63676             PARNELL, DWAYNE                        69.67                  10,556

09A68076.09               68076             PASCHAL, ANTHONY DALE                  39.74                   6,021

09A155914687.09           155914687         PATRICK, VIRGINIA LEEANN               40.98                   6,209

09A155906189.09.1         155906189         PETTITT, ALEX JEREMY                   39.73                   5,480

09A155918868.04.1         155918868         PETWAY, CHRISTOPHER RAY                 2.97                     450

09A72927.09               72927             PHILLIPS, SANDRA ANN                   69.67                  10,556

09A72927.09.1             72927             PHILLIPS, SANDRA ANN                  473.22                  57,615

09A155908299.09.1         155908299         PHIPPS, RANDY WAYNE                    40.91                   5,681

                                            PHIPPS, ELIZABETH NORMAN

09A155897944.09           155897944         PILCHER, DARRELL DBA                   36.30                   5,500

                                            COPPER CREEK SERVICES

09A155923849.07           155923849         PIPEMASTERS INC                       223.48                  33,859

09A155890592.08           155890592         PLANTZ, BRADLEY                        55.58                   8,422

                                            PLANTZ, APRIL SHELTON

09A155929114.08           155929114         PRESNELL, DANNY RAY                    29.80                   4,966

09A156020252.07           156020252         PRICE, AMANDA DAWN                     37.06                   5,615

09A12293.01               12293             PRICE, ROBERT LEE                      13.53                   2,050

09A156012223.08           156012223         PURDY, LESLIE INMAN                   106.55                  16,144

09A29287.04.1             29287             QUEEN, TONYA YVONNE                     5.28                     800

Bill Number...........    Account Number    Bill Name................    Due One Cur Tot    Personal Gross Value

 

09A60459.04.1             60459             RANDELL, CHERYL LYNN                    2.28                   2,760

09A155892612.09           155892612         RAYNOR, NORA                           63.00                   9,545

09A156022019.09           156022019         REDMOND, MATTHEW A                     30.82                   4,670

09A155891498.09           155891498         REID, STEPHEN L                        32.78                   4,966

09A155919418.09           155919418         RENZI, AUGUSTO                         72.26                  10,949

                                            RENZI, JAMIE

09A21519.04               21519             REYNOLDS, JEFF                         37.06                   5,615

                                            BULLION, DONNA

09A155914249.09.1         155914249         REYNOLDS, JOANNA W                    309.25                  38,740

09A71260.08               71260             RHODES, SHANNON S                      50.67                   7,676

09A33612.08               33612             RICH, DONALD RAY                       34.59                   5,765

09A30107.09               30107             RICHARDSON, VIRGIL LEE II              37.06                   5,615

09A54275.06               54275             RICO, LUCIO                             4.50                     750

                                            RICO, MELISSA RAE

09A14185.02               14185             RIDDLE, DONALD CRAIG                   33.01                   5,001

                                            RIDDLE, GLENDA H

09A156018429.07           156018429         RING, DONALD RAY                       25.13                   4,188

09A156022406.05           156022406         ROBERTSON, TONY DALE                    8.30                   1,258

09A156022406.05.1         156022406         ROBERTSON, TONY DALE                   11.03                   1,531

09A155917328.03           155917328         RODELL, BONNIE DBA                     64.73                   9,806

                                            ERY

09A14939.07               14939             ROGERS, LUCY                           35.84                   5,974

09A155924055.07           155924055         ROLING, CURTIS                        245.91                  37,260

09A155913167.06           155913167         ROSE, JAMES HENRY NATHAN               29.25                   4,670

                                            ROSE, TINA DAVIS

09A156011560.08           156011560         ROUSAN, DENA LORRAINE                 270.40                  40,970

                                            FOOTHILLS MARKET & GRILL

09A155928100.09           155928100         RUSSELL, MARY HARRELL                   3.30                     500

09A64263.09               64263             RUSSELL, WILLIAM KEVIN                 88.11                  13,350

                                            RUSSELL, ANGELA DALE

09A155911225.06.1         155911225         RUSZKOWSKI, CHRISTINE                  34.22                   4,753

09A155892883.07           155892883         RUTLEDGE, LEIGH ANN V                   1.98                     300

09A18317.07               18317             SAIN, MICHAEL B                        41.52                  13,350

09A155927320.09           155927320         SANDERS, SHERRY SEWARD                 63.71                  24,838

09A12118.08               12118             SCALES, SALLIE                          3.30                   3,690

09A12118.08.1             12118             SCALES, SALLIE                          7.50                   1,000

09A155914135.04           155914135         SEALEY, DARRELL EUGENE                 45.48                   7,580

                                            SEALEY, ANGELA ONEAL

09A12346.07               12346             SEARCY, JAMES ALLEN                    30.82                   4,670

09A70396.04               70396             SELLERS, JUDY KAY                      32.78                   4,966

09A70396.04.1             70396             SELLERS, JUDY KAY                      91.12                  12,254

09A12449.04               12449             SEMONES, RAMONA D                      72.26                  10,949

09A66720.08               66720             SHAFFER, WILLIAM ROBERT                47.14                   7,856

09A156006581.08           156006581         SHANK, RONNEL MATTHEW                  29.66                   4,493

                                            SHANK, LORI KRISTINE

09A75886.01               75886             SHELTON, DON R SR                       3.30                     500

                                            SHELTON, LINDA WILLIAMS

09A13183.05               13183             SHELTON, GEORGE MILLARD                 2.41                  10,285

                                            SHELTON, LOUISE T

09A156010501.01.1         156010501         SHELTON, JENNIFER MATHYS                8.26                   1,251

09A156008238.07           156008238         SHELTON, TERRY                         37.84                   5,734

09A156008238.07.1         156008238         SHELTON, TERRY                         44.44                   6,734

09A29560.01               29560             SHELTON, TIMOTHY LEE                   28.02                   4,670

09A155920595.04           155920595         SHEPPARD, BETTY N                      67.88                  10,285

09A155892797.06           155892797         SHEW, TAMMY M                           1.20                     200

09A18336.01               18336             SHORE, THOMAS K JR                     34.86                   5,810

                                            SHORE, CLARA

09A66732.01               66732             SHORE, THOMAS K JR                     80.75                  12,233

                                            SHORE, CLARA

09A31436.04               31436             SIMMONS, JAMES CHRISTOPHE              37.06                   5,615

                                            R

09A11168.06               11168             SIMMONS, SARAH                         37.06                   6,176

09A29518.01               29518             SIMMONS, TINA DALTON                   72.43                  12,072

                                            SIMMONS, WILLIAM

09A156019727.06           156019727         SMITH, ANGELINE                       106.55                  16,144

                                            SMITH, GARNETT R

09A74692.09               74692             SMITH, BETTY OVERBY                    33.01                   5,001

09A64059.02               64059             SMITH, CHARLES C                       96.82                  14,668

09A75319.02               75319             SMITH, CLAY M                          32.23                   5,371

                                            SMITH, ANGELA V

09A155890705.09           155890705         SMITH, DARYLE DREW                     56.77                   9,461

                                            SMITH, GINGER

09A19492.09               19492             SMITH, DOROTHY E                       79.92                  12,108

                                            SMITH, MICHAEL RAY

09A28319.05.1             28319             SMITH, MICHAEL C                       17.24                   2,612

                                            SMITH, BETH W

09A28160.02               28160             SMITH, MICHAEL KENT                    61.47                   9,314

09A29710.07               29710             SMITH, MONICA DENEE                    30.50                   4,622

09A62150.05               62150             SMITH, ROCKY WILLIAM                   31.33                   5,615

09A66772.05               66772             SMITH, ROCKY W                         70.62                  10,700

                                            SMITH, SUSAN V

09A29777.01               29777             SMITH, TERESA S                        44.47                   6,738

09A156016489.09           156016489         SMITHERMAN, BRANDY                     32.78                   4,966

09A156024937.09           156024937         SMOUSE, SHARON ROBERSON                33.69                   5,615

09A155905408.10.1         155905408         SOUTHERN COACH                         20.83                   3,689

09A155914470.04           155914470         SOUTHERN, JIMMIE L                     27.45                   4,670

09A63439.07.1             63439             SOUTHERN, MICHELLE SHELTO              59.07                  47,436

                                            N

09A155908347.09           155908347         STANLEY, CLAUDE R                      21.60                   3,600

09A155917824.09           155917824         STARLING, JUDY PARKER                   2.89                  16,144

09A155920396.07           155920396         STEPHENS, NATHANIEL LEE                11.16                   1,860

                                            STEPHENS, AMANDA A

09A155910023.09           155910023         STEWART, ERNEST LUIS                   61.87                   9,374

                                            STEWART, AMY KIGER

09A155910023.09.1         155910023         STEWART, ERNEST LUIS                  138.90                  18,529

                                            STEWART, AMY KIGER

09A155914906.09           155914906         STEWART, JAMES                         20.98                   3,497

09A14133.04               14133             STILLEY, IDA P                         25.88                   4,314

Bill Number...........    Account Number    Bill Name................    Due One Cur Tot    Personal Gross Value

 

09A155917055.09           155917055         STILTNER, JAMES H JR                   40.21                   6,091

09A62207.07               62207             STOKESBURG VENTURES LLC                12.90                   2,150

09A155919424.09           155919424         STRICKLAND, BOBBY                      26.99                   4,090

09A20471.09               20471             STULTZ, HAL F JR                       40.77                   6,176

                                            STULTZ, ROBIN LYNN

09A20471.09.1             20471             STULTZ, HAL F JR                      105.10                  13,991

                                            STULTZ, ROBIN LYNN

09A73826.06               73826             SURBER, TRACIE MARLANE                 96.31                  14,592

09A73826.06.1             73826             SURBER, TRACIE MARLANE                105.64                  16,006

09A64076.09               64076             SYKES, MICHAEL WAYNE                   80.10                  13,350

09A29803.04               29803             TACKETT, BILLY JOE JR                  22.18                   3,696

09A55803.04               55803             TACKETT, WENDI WALKER                 154.20                  25,700

09A155893224.09.1         155893224         TARPLEY, COLETON LEE                   59.39                   8,999

                                            TARPLEY, CHARLES DAVID

09A58076.01               58076             TATE, ROBERT W                         48.31                   7,320

                                            TATE, SANDRA W

09A155908424.09.1         155908424         TAYLOR, JOSEPH W                       35.74                   4,964

09A155894952.09           155894952         TEAGUE, ASHLEY RENEE                   40.98                   6,830

09A155894952.09.1         155894952         TEAGUE, ASHLEY RENEE                   48.75                   7,387

09A64846.07               64846             TESTERMAN, SHELBY                      69.67                  10,556

09A27840.04.1             27840             THACKER, FRANK                        164.85                  22,013

09A155888600.09           155888600         THOMAS, SCOTT                          72.26                  10,949

09A72215.09               72215             TILLEY, BILLY HASSEL                   92.65                  14,038

                                            TILLEY, MARY JO

09A74618.09               74618             TILLEY, CAROL S                         4.95                     750

09A74618.09.1             74618             TILLEY, CAROL S                         5.40                     750

09A27754.08               27754             TILLEY, TERRY BRADLEY                 179.73                  56,600

09A156017317.07           156017317         TINGLER, JAMES M                       20.46                   3,100

                                            TINGLER, AMANDA E

09A75313.09               75313             TURNER, RICHARD K                       1.98                   6,509

                                            CREWS, PATSIE SHINAULT

09A75313.09.1             75313             TURNER, RICHARD K                      28.55                  18,941

                                            CREWS, PATSIE SHINAULT

09A155904843.09           155904843         TURNEY, CARL RAY                       32.78                   4,966

                                           TURNEY, BARBARA

09A155904843.09.1         155904843         TURNEY, CARL RAY                       35.74                   4,963

                                            TURNEY, BARBARA

09A24274.04               24274             TUTTLE, JACK LEE                       14.18                   2,149

09A155892836.09           155892836         TUTTLE, MOIR F                         72.43                  12,072

                                            FISHEL, ELMA MAE

09A155922970.09           155922970         TUTTLE, SAMMIE GAY                     63.34                  10,556

09A74720.09               74720             TUTTLE, TINA LEMAR                     55.58                   8,422

                                            TUTTLE, WILLIAM WAYNE

09A50466.01               50466             TYSINGER, ROBERT LEE                   62.79                   9,514

09A47738.04               47738             VENABLE, ROBIN SLATER                  37.06                   5,615

09A155927416.08           155927416         VIRGINIA, LINE HOLDINGS I              34.33                   5,201

                                            NC

09A155896286.05           155896286         WALL, KIM B                            95.09                  15,848

                                            WALL, VELDA F

09A20882.09               20882             WALL, LOUIS R                          34.68                   5,255

                                            WALL, SUE P

09A156021059.09           156021059         WALL, VICKIE SMITHERMAN                44.47                   6,738

09A64546.09               64546             WALL, WAYNE                            31.34                   4,749

09A156020402.02           156020402         WALLACE SHELTON INC                   227.65                  34,492

09A56020.07               56020             WALSH, DENNIS B                        39.04                   5,915

09A155926693.01.1         155926693         WALTON, WANDA POLLARD                  13.00                   1,970

09A19344.07               19344             WARREN, ALVIN                          34.61                   5,769

                                            WARREN, DEBORAH D

09A20728.07               20728             WATSON, CHARLES E                      44.87                   6,798

                                            WATSON, SANDRA F

09A155919167.08           155919167         WEBB, REUBEN JAMES                    154.26                  25,710

                                            WEBB, NORMA HUTCHENS

09A63759.09.1             63759             WEBSTER, DORIS ANN                      3.30                     500

                                            WILLIAMS, JOHN M

09A70034.09               70034             WEBSTER, RICHARD EUGENE                87.55                  14,592

                                            COEBURN, SYLVIA REID

09A155908301.07           155908301         WELCH, KARY                            40.98                   6,830

                                            WELCH, YOLANDA

09A155908301.07.1         155908301         WELCH, KARY                           318.01                  38,476

                                            WELCH, YOLANDA

09A155911673.07.1         155911673         WELCH, SOPHIA                          64.22                  49,800

09A55976.07               55976             WEST, DONALD RAY                       16.85                   2,808

09A73997.05               73997             WESTON, KEITH                          49.43                  39,500

09A155918855.09.2         155918855         WHISENHUNT, OTIS JAMES                 38.35                   5,810

                                            WHISENHUNT, MELISSA ANN

09A13889.09               13889             WHITE, HAZEL VICTORIA BOL              35.44                   5,370

                                            ES

09A61683.08               61683             WHITENER KENNETH PAUL                  75.25                  12,542

                                            WHITENERS TIRE SHOP

09A155925645.08           155925645         WHITENER, DANIEL PAUL                  35.09                   5,848

09A155909801.08           155909801         WHITENER, RICKY                       304.20                  50,700

09A155890572.09           155890572         WHITLOCK, THERESA                      93.19                  15,532

09A156024694.09           156024694         WHITT, ERA G                            1.95                     325

                                            WHITTS FURN GALLERY KING

09A21086.09               21086             WHITT, SHERRY M DBA                    14.97                   2,495

                                            SHERRY WHITT PHOTOGRAPHY

                                            STD

09A155922257.09           155922257         WHITTAKER, ERIC ADAM                   37.06                   5,615

09A74325.08               74325             WILLARD, JERRY DEAN                   316.80                  48,000

09A156015743.08           156015743         WILLIAMS LOGGING & CHIP I              45.38                   6,875

                                            WILLIAMS, FRANKIE LANE

09A155892731.08           155892731         WILLIAMS, BARBARA A                    33.69                   5,615

09A155892962.01           155892962         WILLIAMS, JAMES R III                  26.40                   4,000

                                            WILLIAMS, SHERRY ANN

09A155892962.01.1         155892962         WILLIAMS, JAMES R III                  28.05                   4,250

                                            WILLIAMS, SHERRY ANN

09A18464.09.1             18464             WILLIAMS, RANDY L                     102.91                 180,300

09A68344.01.1             68344             WILSON, BELINDA DIANE                   7.08                   1,180

Bill Number...........    Account Number    Bill Name................    Due One Cur Tot    Personal Gross Value

 

09A155888972.09.1         155888972         WILSON, EDGAR WAYNE                    23.10                   3,500

09A156010589.09           156010589         WISE, GARY EUGENE                      96.01                  16,002

09A62475.07               62475             WISHON, TODD H                         30.21                   4,577

09A26731.09               26731             WOLFE, LESTER E                         7.17                   1,087

                                            WOLFE, PATSY P

09A67405.09               67405             WOOD, JONATHAN CHARLES                 67.69                  10,257

09A15173.03               15173             WOOD, TERENCE DALE                      7.06                   1,070

09A74294.06               74294             WOODRUFF, MARY NUNN                    33.69                   5,615

09A17921.02               17921             WRIGHT, JAMES M                        36.64                   5,551

                                            WRIGHT, MELODY S

09A156023938.06           156023938         WRIGHT, LAUREN M                       37.06                   5,615

09A155912110.06.1         155912110         YONTZ, KITZI BARTON                    23.82                   3,970

09A155925724.02           155925724         YOUNG, EDGAR R JR                      45.42                   6,881

                                            YOUNG, TERRI K

09A155925724.02.1         155925724         YOUNG, EDGAR R JR                     271.42                  31,885

                                            YOUNG, TERRI K

09A55168.09               55168             YOUNG, JAMES VIRGIL                    37.06                   5,615

                                            YOUNG, JOANN

                                            YOUNG, BOBBIE JO

09A155914375.09           155914375         YOUNG, THERESA JEAN                    92.16                  13,964

09A25797.09               25797             YOUNG, WILLIAM D                       49.18                   7,451

                                            YOUNG, WANDA G

09A18755.01               18755             YOUNG, WILLIAM KENNETH SR              70.85                  10,735

09A18755.01.1             18755             YOUNG, WILLIAM KENNETH SR              78.78                  10,942

09A156011525.09           156011525         YOUNGER, TONY S                        34.68                   5,255

09A155910501.01.1         155910501         ZIGLAR, BUDDY                         261.45                  31,399

09A20024.02               20024             ZIGLAR, OSCAR JR                        1.50                     250

                                                                         ===============

                                                                               44,788.83

 

Town of Danbury – 2009-10 Property Tax Collections Settlement

 

Town of Danbury - Current Charges and Credits = $30,281.65

Town of Danbury - Delinquent Charges and Credits = $1,734.62

 

TOWN OF DANBURY   2009 UNPAID REAL ESTATE

 

BILL NUMBER               ACCOUNT           NAME                                  AMT DUE     VALUE

 

09A694719500708           2068              BEATTY, ELIZABETH SMITH                39.96      14,800                      

09A694719603120           2703              COLE, STEVEN GRAY                      29.70      11,000                       

09A694719604195           2703              COLE, STEVEN GRAY                      64.26      23,800                      

09A694606398627           156024308         HAIRSTON, RANDALL                      14.04       5,200                       

09A694718400885           17402             JONES, WILLIAM IVY                    357.21     204,000                      

09A694607593409           48815             TILLEY, ELLEN PEPPER                  360.45     133,500                      

09A694718300427           155911479         WHITT, ERA G                          262.98      97,400                      

09A694718301366           14210             WHITT, SHERRY MAE                      22.68       8,400                      

                                                                         ===============

                                                                                1,151.28

      TOWN OF DANBURY   2009 UNPAID PERSONAL PROPERTY

 

09A155917328.03           155917328         RODELL, BONNIE DBA                     29.12      9,806

``                                        ARTISTS WAY CREATIONS

                                           

                                                                         ===============

                                                                                   29.12

City of King – 2009-10 Property Tax Collections Settlement

City of King - Current Charges and Credits = $157,448.94

City of King - Delinquent Charges and Credits = $37,260.00

 

Town of Walnut Cove – 2009-10 Property Tax Collections Settlement

 

Town of Walnut Cove - Current Charges and Credits = $415,365.71

Town of Walnut Cove -  Delinquent Charges and Credits = $28,084.17

 

TOWN OF WALNUT COVE    2009  UNPAID REAL ESTATE

 

BILL NUMBER               ACCOUNT           NAME                               AMT DUE       VALUE

 

09A696213047720           155928940         AMOS, MICHAEL                      745.60        216,200                      

09A696210359371           1484              BADGETT, TOMMY JACKSON             314.80         78,700                      

09A696214237974           62845             BECK, TERRY L                      781.60        195,400                      

09A696213122892           24601             BENNETT, CATHY D                    39.12         91,200                      

09A696310374011           2798              BENNETT, KATHY                      28.00         69,700                      

09A696206394113           75870             BOBBITT, NELLIE F                  642.00        160,500                      

09A696319514851           30407             BRINKLEY, DONALD CHIRON            316.00         79,000                      

09A696206481071           71251             CREEL, CARLA G                     385.60         96,400                      

09A696318207376           2180              DAVIS, MARTHA DIXON                125.60         62,800                      

09A696206394223           155894127         GENTRY, KIMBERLY ANN HARD          161.60         40,400                      

09A696315537195           155894127         GENTRY, KIMBERLY ANN HARD          202.00         50,500                      

09A696318218568           65506             GOLDEN, MARTHA E                    52.80         13,200                      

09A696210457424           28747             HAIRSTON, CECIL GARY               156.40         39,100                      

09A696318312716           17760             HAIRSTON, EVERETT                   33.20          8,300                      

09A696318207473           155917265         HAIRSTON, JAMES OTIS               122.49         40,800                      

09A696317212143           9043              HAIRSTON, W DAVID HEIRS            136.00         34,000                      

09A696206383825           41768             HARVEY, ROBERT BOYD                 78.00         19,500                      

09A696318215798           6539              HIGGINS, JUNE WAYNE                 48.39         16,400                      

09A696207592052           5210              HOOKER, GRADY C                    146.20         73,100                      

09A696319514440           155914773         JAMIE, KENT J                      277.28         94,300                      

09A696206481593           156015095         JARVIS, CHAD EVERETT               824.00        206,000                      

09A696318218788           38647             JOHNSON, NANNIE LEE                425.55        111,800                       

09A696319516890           155902379         JOYCE, DOROTHY KENDRICK             69.06         73,900                      

09A696318302788           156023135         MARTIN, RALEIGH                    110.80         27,700                       

09A696318206018           29434             MITCHELL, NANCY EARLENE             64.40         41,100                      

09A696317203509           58397             MITCHELL, THOMAS                   105.77         30,600                       

09A696318206022           10884             MORRIS, GEORGE BURLEY              194.80         48,700                      

09A696213128643           155925780         QUZAH, HUSAM                       408.00        102,000                      

09A696207597882           59592             ROMINGER, MARVIN ANDRE             421.20        105,300                      

09A696318209971           155911427         SCOTT, LEOTA J                       6.92        146,400                      

09A696206389517           12292             SCOTT, VERNA D                     286.00         71,500                      

09A696314336907           23574             SHAFFER, ALDINE                     78.00         19,500                      

09A696314430857           23574             SHAFFER, ALDINE                    135.20         33,800                      

09A696214343426           155924929         SIMMONS, WANDA LAWING              193.23         79,800                      

09A696318215012           11612             SMITH, EVERETTE SR                  99.60         24,900                      

09A696318207591           155911373         SMITH, WILLIE GRAY SR HEI           57.58         42,400                      

09A696318307294           13366             SOUTHERN, WILLIAM F JR             113.20         28,300                      

09A696318309165           13366             SOUTHERN, WILLIAM F JR              60.00         15,000                      

09A696317204306           155925715         STOKES COUNTY                       48.40         12,100                      

09A696318312190           155925715         STOKES COUNTY                       58.40         14,600                      

09A696314349406           155927467         STRATES, P S LLC                 3,240.48        974,300                      

09A696206484109           156007492         STROTHER, CHARLES                  299.37        118,900                      

09A696314346914           57424             YONTZ, CHAD DAVID                  438.40        109,600                      

                                            YONTZ, ANGELA DAWN                                                                     ===============

                                                                            12,631.41

  

TOWN OF WALNUT COVE    2009  UNPAID PERSONAL PROPERTY

 

09A155906420.07           155906420         ANASTASIS INC DBA                 456.28        114,071

09A155894961.07           155894961         ASHBURN, JAMES D                    9.90          2,250

09A33947.07               33947             FREEMAN, BARBARA S                  2.20            500

09A6539.07                6539              HIGGINS, JUNE WAYNE                 9.17         13,195

09A5210.07                5210              HOOKER, GRADY C                    19.56          4,890

09A155923849.07           155923849         PIPEMASTERS INC                   148.97         33,859

09A155920396.07           155920396         STEPHENS, NATHANIEL LEE             7.44          1,860

09A62207.07               62207             STOKESBURG VENTURES LLC             8.60          2,150

09A62475.07               62475             WISHON, TODD H                     20.14          4,577

                                                                         ==============

                                                                              682.26

 

Proposed Resolution – Settlement of Property Taxes Charged to the Tax Collector:

 

            Tax Administrator Oakley presented the following proposed Resolution in accordance with

 

G.S. 105-373 which provides an annual settlement of the property taxes charged to the Tax

 

Collector for Fiscal Year 200-10:

 

Property taxes:

 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA     )  

                                                                  )                                                             RESOLUTION

COUNTY OF STOKES                     )  

 

 

WHEREAS, Section 105-373 of the North Carolina General Statutes provides for an

annual settlement of the property taxes charged to the Tax Collector; and

 

                WHEREAS, that, in keeping with this requirement, the attached settlement summary was provided to the Stokes County Board of Commissioners by the Stokes County Tax Administrator, Jake M. Oakley;

 

                NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Stokes County Board of Commissioners:

 

(1)     Orders the insolvent amount for 2009 be entered into the minutes as the accepted insolvent amount, and further, that said insolvent amount be credited to the Stokes County Tax Administrator in his settlement.  And;

 

(2)     Orders the tax liens for 2009 property taxes for the purpose of collection to be recharged to the Stokes County Tax Administrator.  And further;

 

(3)     Orders that the settlement for delinquent (prior years taxes) be entered into the minutes, and that the uncollected balance of said taxes be recharged to the Stokes County Tax Administrator for the purpose of collection. And finally;

 

(4)     Orders that the 2009 property tax settlement by the Stokes County Tax Administrator be accepted in accordance with Section 105-373(e) of the North Carolina General Statutes.

 

Adopted this the   day of July 2010.

_________________________                                      ____________________________

Jimmy Walker – Chairman                                               Ernest Lankford – Vice Chairman

_________________________                                      ____________________________

Stanley Smith – Commissioner                                        J. Leon Inman – Commissioner

_________________________                                     

Ron Carroll – Commissioner

                                                                                                                Attest:

                                                                                                                _____________________________

                                                                                                                Darlene Bullins – Clerk to the Board

 

            Tax Administrator Oakley requested the approval of the Fiscal Year 09-10 Settlement

 

be moved to today’s Action Agenda in order to meet the schedule for printing and mailing of

 

the Fiscal Year 2010-11 annual tax bills.  Administrator Oakley noted the bills are scheduled to

 

be mailed July 23rd giving taxpayers time to review their tax statements and take advantage of the

 

2% discount offered for early payment prior to September 1, 2010.

 

 

Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the item on

 

today’s Action Agenda.

 

Proposed Order for the Collection of Fiscal year 2010-11 Property Taxes

 

            Tax Administrator Jake Oakley presented the proposed Order to collect the following:

 

·         County taxes (real and personal) N.C.G.S. 105-321

·         All Special Districts Taxes (King, Rural Hall, Service District, and Walnut Cove Fire Districts (N.C.G.S. 105-354)

·         Collect all Municipal taxes (Danbury, King* and Walnut Cove ) N.C.G.S. 105-354

o   Per inter local agreement adopted by the County of Stokes on

November 23, 2009 with the City of King, beginning with Fiscal Year 10-11, Stokes County will bill and collect all taxes for the City of King

 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA       )   ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

                                                                  )   IN ACCORDANCE WITH G.S.105-321(b) FOR THE

COUNTY OF STOKES                           )   COLLECTION OF FY 2010-2011 PROPERTY TAXES

 

                                                                TO :     THE STOKES COUNTY TAX ADMINISTRATOR

 

You are hereby authorized, empowered, and commanded to collect the taxes set forth in the 2010 tax records

filed in the Office of the Stokes County Tax Administration, and in the tax bills herewith delivered to you, in the amounts and from the taxpayers likewise set forth.  You are further authorized, empowered, and commanded to

collect the 2010 taxes charged and assessed as provided by law for adjustments, changes, and additions to the tax records and tax bills delivered to you which are made in accordance with law per G.S. 105-321(b).  Such taxes are hereby declared to be a first lien on real property of the respective taxpayers in Stokes County, King Fire District,

Rural Hall Fire District, Walnut Cove Fire District, Stokes County Service District, the Town of Walnut Cove,

 and the Town of Danbury per G.S 105-354.  Taxes collected for the City of King are to be for motor vehicles only,

 as provided by law. This order shall be full and sufficient authority to direct, require, and enable you to garnish wages, to attach rents, cash receipts, checking accounts, and savings accounts; levy on and sell any real or personal property

 of such taxpayers, for and on account thereof, in accordance with law.

 

Witness my hand and official seal this   day of July 2010.

_________________________                                      ____________________________

Jimmy Walker – Chairman                                               Ernest Lankford – Vice Chairman

_________________________                                      ____________________________

Stanley Smith – Commissioner                                        J. Leon Inman – Commissioner

________________________                                       

Ron Carroll – Commissioner

                                                                                                                Attest:

                                                                                                                _____________________________

                                                                                                                Darlene Bullins – Clerk to the Board

 

            Commissioner Carroll noted the following correction regarding the proposed Order:

 

·         Delete  “Taxes collected for the City of King are to be for motor vehicles only, as provided by law.  City of King should be included in the sentence - Such taxes are hereby declared to be a first lien on real property…..

·         Changes need to be made due to the county entering into a contract to collect all taxes for the City of King just like Town of Danbury and Town of Walnut Cove

 

The Board had no issues with changes noted from Commissioner Carroll.

 

Administrator Oakley requested the approval of the Charge to Collect Order to be moved

 

from today’s Discussion Agenda to today’s Action Agenda.

 

            Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the item on

 

today’s Action Agenda.

 

Job Vacancies

 

            County Manager Bryan Steen recommended the following permanent positions be

 

filled:

·         DSS - Social Work Supervisor II – will be vacant on August 1, 2010

·         Income Maintenance Caseworker II – vacated on July 2, 1010

·         Sanitation Truck Driver – will be vacant on July 9, 2010

 

Chairman Walker noted that each department head had requested to move their request to

 

today’s Action Agenda.

 

            The Board discussed the submitted job vacancies.

 

            Manager Steen noted that that Director Spencer requested to be allowed to approve

 

unfreezing any future vacant positions that may result from the promotion of current workers until

 

the ripple effect has ended.   The request would help stabilize the Child Welfare unit.

 

            Manager Steen noted that replacing the Sanitation Truck Driver as quickly as possible

 

would eliminate the accrual of comp. time for the other drivers.

 

Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the

 

following vacant positions on today’s Action Agenda:  Social Work Supervisor II, Income

 

Maintenance Caseworker II, and Sanitation Truck Driver.

 

Proposed Contract – CenterPoint Human Services, Inc

 

Manager Bryan Steen presented the following proposed CenterPoint Human Services

 

Performance Agreement regarding mental health services for Fiscal Year 2010-11 for the Board’s

 

consideration.

 

PERFORMANCE AGREEMENT

FY 2011

 

Stokes County

And

CenterPoint Human Services

 

This Performance Agreement FY 2011 (Agreement) between Stokes County (County) and CenterPoint Human Services (CenterPoint) (collectively the Parties) defines the operational relationship, expectations and responsibilities of the Parties. CenterPoint is the Local Management Entity (LME) that is designated for the management of mental health, developmental disability and substance abuse services for the residents of Stokes County and is subject to all requirements under GS §122C.

Nature and Term of Agreement

 

The Agreement shall be effective July 1, 2010 and shall remain in effect through June 30, 2011. If a new agreement has not been reached between the parties by July 1, 2011, the Agreement shall l remain in force, unless it has been terminated in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.

 

County Responsibilities

 

The County agrees to:

 

1.      Assure the appointment of County residents to serve on the LME Board in accordance with GS §122C 118.1 and the CenterPoint Bylaws.

2.      Review and approve amendments, if any, to the certified Local Business Plan and subsequent Local Business Plan(s). 

3.      Allocate available funds to CenterPoint to support mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse services for County residents in accordance with service priorities established by the Division of MH/DD/SA Services of the NC Dept. of Health & Human Services, CenterPoint Board of Directors and the Stokes County Board of Commissioners.

4.      Encourage and support the completion of Crisis Intervention Team training for Sheriff’s Department officers.

5.      Provide County facilities and support services as negotiated with CenterPoint.

6.      Negotiate an annual performance agreement with CenterPoint to establish funding levels and clear expectations for the quality and quantity of services covered by this Agreement.

7.      Receive, review and approve reports on the performance of CenterPoint as the manager of services.

8.      Establish a plan for semi-annual consultation between the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners, Sheriff, County Manager and CenterPoint’s CEO and/or a Deputy Area Director regarding this Agreement and emerging community issues.  Meetings will occur on the second Tuesdays of February and August at 2:00 PM in the County Manager’s office. 

9.      Require biannual presentations by CenterPoint’s CEO, Sheriff and County Manager to the Stokes County Board of Commissioners in March and September.

 

CenterPoint Responsibilities

CenterPoint agrees to:

1.      Carry out the functions, responsibilities and duties of a multi-county LME as required by GS §122C – 115.4 & 117 for the benefit of the residents of the County.

2.      Serve as the LME for the County and make regular quarterly reports to the County on the implementation of the Plan including the re-organization and contracting of services.   

3.      Conduct needs assessments, seek stakeholder input and support community planning to identify and address needs.

4.      Develop and submit a complete annual budget (Budget Ordinance and Budget) to support its activities as the LME and make requests for funding to the County following prescribed guidelines.

5.      Provide its annual audit to the County.

6.      Assure that the CEO and/or a Deputy Area Director meets regularly with County officials as required under County responsibilities #8 to review CenterPoint’s performance under this Agreement and to discuss emerging community issues.

7.      Make biannual presentations (as detailed below under Specific Performance Expectations #4) to the Board of Commissioners in March and September.

 

Specific Performance Expectations

In addition to the general responsibilities outlined above, CenterPoint agrees to the following specific performance expectations:

1.      Outpatient Services

Maintain the current continuum of services for mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse services including the operation of clinics in both Walnut Cove and King to the maximum extent possible within financial constraints and licensed staff availability.

 

2.      Stokes Opportunity Center

 Maintain the current level of vocational services and/or other appropriate services for individuals with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities to the maximum extent possible within financial constraints; pursue other funding sources for these services; and, explore alternatives that maintain current levels of service at less cost.

3.      Continuity of Care

Provide biannual reports on the continuity of care for all residents receiving inpatient or after-hours services.

            4.   Biannual Reports

                  Provide biannual reports to the County in March and September that describe:

                  a.   The providers serving Stokes County residents during the period, the services provided, and the location(s) of the provision of such services;

                  b.   The number and demographics of different County residents served during the period;

                  c.   The volume and type of services provided to these residents;

                                d.         Analysis tracking the effectiveness of services provided including complaints and    

                              outcomes;

                        e.         Continuity of care report (see #3 above):

                              f.    Consumers’ level of satisfaction with services; and

                              g.   Families’ level of satisfaction with services.  

           

            5.   Support of the Sheriff’s Department

                  Develop a service system that supports the Sheriff’s Department including:

a.       Maintain the 1st Opinion Waiver Pilot Program at site(s) specified by the County Manager, CenterPoint, and the provider to ensure that behavioral health staff conduct assessments of County residents who the Sheriff’s Department believes exhibits significant mental health and/or substance abuse issues in less than two (2) hours of arrival in the custody of the Sheriff’s Department at the designated site.  Services are to be rendered at the jail to the maximum extent possible.

b.      Provide Crisis Intervention Team Training to Sheriff’s Department officers to enable officers most effectively to deescalate and manage crisis situations.

c.       Maintain and strengthen a crisis service system to decrease reliance on Involuntary Commitment and Emergency Department reliance and to provide timely response within four (4) hours of the arrival of a County resident at an Emergency Department exhibiting significant mental health and/or substance abuse issues in the custody of the Stokes County Sheriff’s Department.

 

·         Sheriff’s Department will track all transports for psychiatric emergencies including original destination (1st Opinion), disposition and time involved;

·         Sheriff’s Department will report each instance when the time to complete the 1st Opinion exceeds four (4) hours;

·         Sheriff’s Department will report every case that exceeds eight (8) hours;

·         CenterPoint will review each case reported by the Sheriff’s Department and will meet with the Sheriff’s Department on any such case at the Sheriff’s request;

·         CenterPoint will review any case and meet with the Sheriff’s Department on any case that either party concludes has extenuating circumstances, regardless of the time involved.

 

6.      Financial Goals

Pursue all reasonable means to increase revenues from non-county budget sources to assist the County in providing services responsive to the behavioral health needs of County residents.

 

7.      Corrective Actions/Sanctions for Non-Performance

It is in the best interest of the citizens of Stokes County, and especially of those receiving services from CenterPoint or its contractors, that every effort be made to achieve the levels of performance required in this Agreement.  If CenterPoint does not meet the performance expectations outlined in this agreement, it will recommend a Plan of Correction to the County Manager.  The Plan of Correction will include the name of the individual who is responsible to act, the activity or task to be undertaken, the outcome expected and the date by which the action should be completed.  The CEO will make progress reports to the County Manager and the Board of Commissioners as required.

 

If corrective action does not result in an improvement in CenterPoint’s performance to the level expected, the County may withhold payment for all or any portion of the payments remaining under this Agreement.  Prior to withholding payment for unacceptable performance, the County will notify CenterPoint’s Board of Directors, in writing, of its intended action including an explanation.  If the County withholds funding and CenterPoint’s performance subsequently improves to the expected level, the County may reinstate all or any part of the withheld payments. No action shall be taken by the County that is contrary to the provisions of GS §122C.

 

Amendments

 

This Agreement may be amended upon the mutual consent in writing of the County and CenterPoint.

 

Termination

 

This Agreement may be terminated in compliance with GS §122C, in whole or in part, by mutual consent of the County and CenterPoint. 

 

Adopted this ___ day of _____, 2010.

 

 

______________________________

Jimmy Walker

Chairman of Board of County Commissioners

Stokes County

 

 

                                                           

Darlene M. Bullins

Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners

Stokes County

 

______________________________

Betty P. Taylor, Esquire

CEO/LME Area Director

CenterPoint Human Services

 

This Instrument has been pre-audited in the Manner as required by the Local Government Budget and Fiscal Control Act.

___________________________________

Julia Edwards, Finance Director

 

Approved as to Form and Legal Sufficiency

__________________________________

Edward Powell, Stokes County Attorney

 

            Manager Steen noted the following proposed changes:

 

·         Change the quarterly consultation between CenterPoint and Stokes County to semi-annual with meetings being held in February and August due to currently having no issues with the services being provided  CenterPoint

·         When issues arise, CenterPoint is notified and responds quickly to any issue

·         Ms. Taylor had requested to take out Item #7 – Corrective Actions/Sanctions for Non Performance, Manager Steen had requested that the section be left in the agreement

·         Performance Agreement has been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney

 

The Board discussed changing the quarterly consultation to semi-annual.

 

Chairman Walker reiterated that meetings can be called at anytime if necessary and

 

two meetings per Fiscal Year should be sufficient.

 

            Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the item

 

on the July 26th Action Agenda.

 

Proposed Recreation Contract – YMCA

 

            Manager Bryan Steen presented the following proposed recreational contract for the

 

Board’s consideration.

 

County of Stokes & Stokes Family YMCA

 

RECREATION CONTRACT

 

This contract for Recreation Services (herein the “Contract”) is made by and between the Stokes Family YMCA herein known at the “YMCA”, and the County of Stokes, herein know as the “County”. For and in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants set forth herein, the parties agree as follows:

 

Responsibilities of the YMCA

 

The YMCA agrees to provide the following minimum services:

 

1.         The YMCA shall administer and coordinate all current recreation and wellness programming to include Stokes County Youth Basketball & Cheerleading, Summer Day Camp, Stokes County Easter Egg Hunt, other seasonal family special events, 5k event, Fitness Center operation and wellness services.

2.         A Summer Youth Program shall be provided to the youth of Stokes County. This program shall be for the length of time specified each year in the Annual Budget      (as herein defined). This program shall utilize school sites as well as YMCA and County facilities.

3.         The YMCA shall provide recreation, wellness and social programs at a County facility, at the County’s sole expense except for long distance telephone calls, in Danbury, North Carolina. The YMCA shall maintain regular office hours and Fitness Center hours of operation in said facility.

4.         Stokes County Youth Basketball & Cheerleading League shall be provided to the youth of Stokes County. The program shall last a minimum of seven weeks.

5.         The YMCA shall host an annual 5k event.

6.         New Programs shall be offered based on need and availability, such as additional summer camps, sports, recreation and wellness programs and social events. 

7.         The YMCA shall assume all liability insurance coverage for all YMCA staff and    program offerings.

8.         The YMCA shall administer the scheduling of shelter usage and special events to be held at Moratock Park, located in Danbury, North Carolina.

9.         The YMCA shall collect all fees as set by the Stokes County Board of        Commissioners for use of Moratock Park facilities and remit those funds back to         the County as requested by the County.

10.       The YMCA shall retain all revenues generated by program offerings, except those             fees generated from Moratock Park shelter usage.

11.       The YMCA shall provide a Stokes County Recreation Department Committee under the authorization of the Stokes Family YMCA volunteer Board of Management. The Committee shall consist of Stokes Family YMCA volunteers, Stokes County citizens and a designated representative of the Stokes County Board of Commissioners.

 

Responsibilities of the County of Stokes

 

The County of Stokes agrees to the following responsibilities:

 

1.         The County shall maintain ownership of Moratock Park located in Danbury, North Carolina. Further, the County shall provide maintenance and repair services for Moratock Park up to and including grounds maintenance, facility maintenance, insurance and utility costs.

2.         The County shall provide a facility to serve as a Program Center to the YMCA in Danbury, North Carolina at the County’s sole expense except for long distance telephone calls. The County shall maintain ownership of said facility and shall provide maintenance and repair services up to and including road maintenance, grounds maintenance, facility maintenance, insurance and    utility costs.

3.         The County shall provide, at its sole cost and expense, the YMCA staff in Stokes County with one (1) vehicle for travel solely within Stokes County in maintaining           programs based in Stokes County and offered to Stokes County citizens.

4.         The County shall allow the YMCA staff to purchase fuel at the Stokes County fueling facilities for use in the vehicle provided by the County.

 

Cost

 

The County hereby agrees to pay to the YMCA an amount equal to one hundred seventeen thousand and four hundred and eighty-four dollars ($117,484) for the contract year. This contract sum shall be paid in two (2) equal installments with the first payment due on July 15th and the second due on January 15th of the contract term.

 

Term

 

The term of this contract shall be for a period of one year. This contract may be extended for additional periods upon the expressed written consent of both parties.

 

Contract Termination

 

Either party wishing to terminate this contract may do so upon one-hundred and eighty days written notice to the other party.

 

Hold Harmless Provision

 

The YMCA hereby agrees to indemnify and hold the County harmless from all liability arising out of the provision of recreational programs and services as set forth herein.

 

The County agrees to indemnify and hold the YMCA harmless from all liability arising out of the provision of County maintenance and facilities.

 

Contract Date and Signatures

 

This contract for services shall commence as of July 1, 2010 and terminate on June 30, 2011.  Contract term extensions are provided in the section of this contract titled “Term”.

 

 

 

______________________________                        ____________________________

Curtis Hazelbaker                                                     Jimmy Walker

President/CEO                                                          Chairman

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina                     Stokes County Board of                                                                                                                   Commissioners

 

______________________________                        ____________________________

Attest                                                                          Attest

 

 

            County Manager Steen noted the following:

 

·         No changes to the 2009-10 contract except for the fiscal year 2010-11

·         Contract has been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney

 

Commissioner Carroll noted that every year at budget time, the issue of recreation

 

programming comes up with various questions and the Board is reminded that there is a 180-day

 

termination clause.  Commissioner Carroll suggested giving the YMCA the official notice

 

and start exploring other options for recreation.

 

            Vice Chairman Lankford stated that he disagrees, feels that the County is getting

 

good recreational services for the money, and does not wish to explore other options.

 

            Commissioner Inman noted that the funding for the contract is in the recent adopted budget.

 

            Commissioner Smith suggested reviewing other options and be prepared if necessary to give

 

the YMCA the notice 180 days prior to the next fiscal year budget (2011-12).

 

            Chairman Walker noted that he had received ongoing concerns from citizens and feels the

 

County should look at possibly dividing recreational services with part staying with the YMCA and

 

bringing part back under the County.  Chairman Walker stated that he feels there are advantages

 

to having someone in-house charged to overseeing recreation and being the liaison between the

 

County and the YMCA.

 

            Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the item

 

on the July 26th Action Agenda.

 

Stokes Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Inc. – Options

 

            Chairman Walker noted the following options had been placed in the Board’s Agenda

 

Packet for the Board’s review:

           

·         Option - Go back to the original concept – county owns and operates all components as a government agency

·         Option - Lease the hospital to a private agency (no public involvement or subsidy)

·         Option - Lease to private agency and provide some level of public subsidy

·         Option - Lease to private agency to operate and the county assumes responsibility for the operating losses if any

·         Option - Continue to own the hospital and employ a private management agency to operate the facilities for the County

·         Option - Spin the entire operation as a independent, self governing, non-profit corporation

·         Option - Sell the operation to a private agency

·         Option  - To maintain the hospital as a separate corporation controlled by the County

·         Option - Convert to a for profit corporation

·         Option - Create a “holding company” with private share holders who own and operate the hospital

·         Option – Sell part of the ownership of the hospital corporation

 

Chairman Walker noted that the facilities include the hospital in Danbury, JRJones

 

Outpatient/Urgent Center in King, long term care unit (Skilled Nursing) located at the hospital, and

 

the leased space at Stokes Medical Park in King.

 

Chairman Walker opened the floor for discussion.

 

            Commissioner Inman noted that the “common theme” from the Public Hearing was that

 

everyone was interested in having health care available/accessible throughout the county.

 

            Commissioner Inman noted that in his opinion, the charge to the Board is to make sure

 

that the best health care possible is available for the entire county.

 

            Commissioner Smith echoed the comments made by Commissioner Inman and

 

suggested that the Board consider tailoring a Request for Proposals “RFPs” that fits the needs of the

 

County’s health care and put out RFPs as a neighboring county had done. 

 

            Vice Chairman Lankford noted that he also heard those at the Public Hearing speak in

 

unity in providing the best health care and facilities possible and is very supportive of providing

 

the best health care available to the citizens of Stokes County regarding the four facilities

 

mentioned.

 

            Commissioner Carroll stated he felt that there is no question about providing the best

 

health care possible, the question is how can it be done and agrees with other Board members

 

to put out RFPs to see what kind of response the County would get.

 

            Commissioner Carroll noted that one question remains “If a private for profit company can

 

take the hospital and make a profit, why can’t the County take the hospital and just break even?”

 

            Commissioner Inman stated that he agrees that at this point in time, the County should

 

at least put out RFPs to see the level of interest.

 

            Chairman Walker agreed with fellow Board members to look at putting out RFPs.

 

Chairman Walker, with full consensus of the Board, directed the Clerk to place the item

 

on the July 26th Action Agenda.

 

House Bill - 1766

 

            Commissioner Carroll, who requested the item be placed on the Discussion Agenda,

 

noted the following:

 

·         House Bill 1766, in his opinion, represents what is the worst in law making

·         Bill was introduced to the House in May and referred to Committee and stayed in Committee for six weeks

·         During the last days of the session, it was revived in Committee, amended multiple times, sent to the floor and passed

·         After approval in the House, the bill was sent to the Senate and referred to Committee, amended again and rushed to the floor of the Senate in the closing hours of the Legislature and passed

·         Bill was sent back to the House for concurrence with Senate amendments and passed in the very last hours of the Legislative Session

·         House Bill 1766’s title takes up one full page and amends certain Environmental and Natural Resources laws

·         Section 18 amends General Statute 130A-250 which is the public health laws providing for health and sanitation standards for food preparation

·         The new law as enacted which is on the way to the Governor for signature carves out another exception to the health and sanitation laws as follows:

o    SECTION 18. G.S. 130A-250 is amended by adding a new subdivision to read: "(13) Traditional country stores that sell uncooked sandwiches or similar food items and that engage in minimal preparation such as slicing bananas, spreading peanut butter, mixing and spreading pimiento cheese, and assembling these items into sandwiches, when this minimal preparation is the only activity that would otherwise subject these establishments to regulation under this Part. For the purposes of this subsection, traditional country stores means for-profit establishments that sell an assortment of goods, including prepackaged foods and beverages, and have been in continuous operation for at least 75 years."

·         Have been told that this bill will apply to only 3 stores in the State of North Carolina with one being in Stokes County where this particular section originated

·         Find the process by which this section was enacted offensive and find the idea that three stores in the State of North Carolina were essentially elevated to being above the law offensive

·         Communicated thoughts to a couple of members of the Legislature

·         One member, who does not represent Stokes County, responded within 31 minutes, Stokes County representative still has not responded  (10 days later)

·         Understand that regulations can be overly burdensome

·         If the regulations in question are overly burdensome, then repeal for everyone and not for just three stores in North Carolina who have “political clout”

 

Commissioner Carroll requested this Board go on record in opposition to this kind of special

 

legislation and urge the Governor to veto House Bill 1766.

           

Chairman Walker questioned if there was any further discussion regarding House Bill 1766.

 

There was no further discussion.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – ACTION AGENDA

 

Appointments – Animal Control Advisory Council

 

            Chairman Walker noted that Candis Loy was nominated at the June 28th meeting

 

to serve as a citizen appointment to the Stokes County Animal Control Advisory Council.

 

            Chairman Walker entertained a motion to close the nominations.

 

Commissioner Smith moved to close the nominations.  Vice Chairman Lankford seconded

 

and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Chairman Walker polled the Board regarding the nomination of Candis Loy:

 

·         Commissioner Carroll - yes

·         Vice Chairman Lankford - yes

·         Chairman Walker - yes

·         Commissioner Inman - yes

·         Commissioner Smith - yes

 

Chairman Walker noted the Board unanimously appointed Candis Loy to serve on the

 

Stokes County Animal Control Advisory Council.

 

Appointments – Northwest Regional Library Board – Danbury Public Library Representative

 

            Chairman Walker noted that Kay Richey was nominated at the June 28th meeting

 

to serve on the Northwestern Regional Library Board as the Danbury Public Library Representative.

 

            Chairman Walker entertained a motion to close the nominations.

 

            Vice Chairman Lankford moved to close the nominations.  Commissioner Inman seconded

 

and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Chairman Walker polled the Board regarding the nomination of Kay Richey:

 

·         Commissioner Carroll - yes

·         Vice Chairman Lankford - yes

·         Chairman Walker - yes

·         Commissioner Inman - yes

·         Commissioner Smith – yes

 

Chairman Walker noted the Board unanimously appointed Kay Richey to serve on the

 

Northwestern Regional Library Board - Danbury Public Library Representative.

 

2010 NCACC Annual Conference – Voting Delegate

 

            Chairman Walker opened the floor for any further discussion regarding the 2010

 

NCACC Annual Conference – Voting Delegate which was first discussed at the June 28th meeting.

 

            Vice Chairman Lankford moved to approve for Commissioner Inman to be the voting

 

delegate and Commissioner Walker be the alternate voting delegate.

 

            Chairman Walker stated that he didn’t think there was any provision for an alternate

 

delegate and had no interest in being named as an alternate.

 

            Commissioner Inman agreed there was no provision for an alternate delegate and suggested

 

naming Chairman Walker as the voting delegate.

 

            Motion died for lack of a second.

 

            Commissioner Inman moved to appoint Chairman Walker as the NCACC Annual

 

Conference – Voting Delegate.  Vice Chairman Lankford seconded and the motion carried

 

unanimously.

 

Proposed Resolution – Stokes County Schools

Guaranteed Energy Savings Contract

 

            Chairman Walker entertained a motion regarding the following proposed Resolution –

 

for Stokes County Schools –Guaranteed Energy Savings Contract presented at today’s meeting:

 

RESOLUTION ACKNOWLEDGING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY BY THE STOKES COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION OF A GUARANTEED ENERGY SAVINGS CONTRACT

 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners (the "Board”) of the County of Stokes, North Carolina (the “County”) as follows:

 

1.       The Board hereby finds, determines and acknowledges that:

 

a.       the Stokes County Schools Board of Education (the “School Board”) plans to enter into a guaranteed energy savings contract not to exceed $4,400,000.00 pursuant to G.S. 143-64.17 et. seq. for the purpose of providing certain energy conservation measures authorized thereby (the” Project”) so as to reduce energy consumption and/or energy-related operating costs:

b.      the School Board intends to finance the Project  by entering into an installment contract (the “Contract”) pursuant to G.S. 143-64.17C and G.S. 160A-20 as amended;

c.       the energy savings resulting from the Project are expected to equal or exceed the total costs payable under the Contract as shown in an evaluation performed by a licensed engineer on behalf of the School Board;

d.      the payments under the Contract are not expected to require any additional appropriations to be made to the School Board nor any increase in taxes; and

e.       the Board does not intend to reduce appropriations to the School Board based upon a reduction of energy costs in a manner that would inhibit the ability of the School Board to make the payments under the Contract, provided that the County is not bound in any manner to appropriate funds to the School Board in amount sufficient for the School Board to make such payments.

 

2.      This resolution shall take effect upon its passage.

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Chairman Jimmy Walker                                        Vice Chairman Ernest Lankford

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Commissioner J. Leon Inman                                  Commissioner Ron Carroll

                                   

                                                                                   

Commissioner Stanley Smith          

                                                           

 

I DO HEREBY CERTIFY that this is a true and correct copy of the resolution duly adopted by the Board          of Commissioners of the County of Stokes at a regular meeting held on July 12, 2010.

 

_______________                                        _____________________________   

Date                                                         Darlene M. Bullins, Clerk to the Board    

 

            Commissioner Inman moved to approve the Resolution submitted by the Stokes County

 

Board of Education.  Vice Chairman Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Tax Administration - Settlement of Fiscal Year 2009-10

 

                Chairman Walker entertained a motion to approve the following Resolution regarding the

 

Settlement of Fiscal Year 2009-10 submitted by Tax Administrator Jake Oakley at today’s meeting:

 

 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA     )  

                                                                  )                                                             RESOLUTION

COUNTY OF STOKES                     )  

 

 

WHEREAS, Section 105-373 of the North Carolina General Statutes provides for an

annual settlement of the property taxes charged to the Tax Collector; and

 

                WHEREAS, that, in keeping with this requirement, the attached settlement summary was provided to the Stokes County Board of Commissioners by the Stokes County Tax Administrator, Jake M. Oakley;

 

                NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Stokes County Board of Commissioners:

 

(1)     Orders the insolvent amount for 2009 be entered into the minutes as the accepted insolvent amount, and further, that said insolvent amount be credited to the Stokes County Tax Administrator in his settlement.  And;

 

(2)     Orders the tax liens for 2009 property taxes for the purpose of collection to be recharged to the Stokes County Tax Administrator.  And further;

 

(3)     Orders that the settlement for delinquent (prior years taxes) be entered into the minutes, and that the uncollected balance of said taxes be recharged to the Stokes County Tax Administrator for the purpose of collection. And finally;

 

(4)     Orders that the 2009 property tax settlement by the Stokes County Tax Administrator be accepted in accordance with Section 105-373(e) of the North Carolina General Statutes.

 

Adopted this the   day of July 2010.

 

_________________________                                      ____________________________

Jimmy Walker – Chairman                                               Ernest Lankford – Vice Chairman

 

_________________________                                      ____________________________

Stanley Smith – Commissioner                                        J. Leon Inman – Commissioner

_________________________                                     

Ron Carroll – Commissioner

                                                                                                                Attest:

                                                                                                                _____________________________

                                                                                                                Darlene Bullins – Clerk to the Board

 

            Vice Chairman Lankford moved to approve the submitted Resolution for Settlement

 

of 2009-10 property taxes.  Commissioner Smith seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Proposed Order for Collection of Fiscal Year 2010-11 Property Taxes

 

Chairman Walker entertained a motion to approve the following Resolution regarding the

 

Order for Collection of  Fiscal Year 2010-11 Property Taxes submitted by Tax Administrator Jake

 

Oakley at today’s meeting with corrections noted by Commissioner Carroll:

 

 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA         )   ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

                                                                    )   IN ACCORDANCE WITH G.S.105-321(b) FOR THE

COUNTY OF STOKES                           )   COLLECTION OF FY 2010-2011 PROPERTY TAXES

 

                                                                TO :     THE STOKES COUNTY TAX ADMINISTRATOR

 

You are hereby authorized, empowered, and commanded to collect the taxes set forth in the 2010 tax records filed in the Office of the Stokes County Tax Administration, and in the tax bills herewith delivered to you, in the amounts and from the taxpayers likewise set forth.  You are further authorized, empowered, and commanded to collect the 2010 taxes charged and assessed as provided by law for adjustments, changes, and additions to the tax records and tax bills delivered to you which are made in accordance with law per G.S. 105-321(b).  Such taxes are hereby declared to be a first lien on real property of the respective taxpayers in Stokes County, King Fire District, Rural Hall Fire District, Walnut Cove Fire District, Stokes County Service District, the Town of Walnut Cove, City of King and the Town of Danbury per G.S 105-354.  This order shall be full and sufficient authority to direct, require, and enable you to garnish wages, to attach rents, cash receipts, checking accounts, and savings accounts; levy on and sell any real or personal property of such taxpayers, for and on account thereof, in accordance with law.

 

Witness my hand and official seal this 12th  day of July 2010.

 

_________________________                                      ____________________________

Jimmy Walker – Chairman                                               Ernest Lankford – Vice Chairman

 

_________________________                                      ____________________________

Stanley Smith – Commissioner                                        J. Leon Inman – Commissioner

 

_________________________                                     

Ron Carroll – Commissioner

                                                                                                                Attest:

                                                                                                                _____________________________

                                                                                                                Darlene Bullins – Clerk to the Board

 

Commissioner Smith moved to approve Resolution regarding the Order for Collection of 

 

Fiscal Year 2010-11 Property Taxes submitted by Tax Administrator Jake Oakley at today’s

 

meeting with corrections noted by Commissioner Carroll.  Vice Chairman Lankford seconded and

 

the motion carried unanimously.

 

Job Vacancies

 

Chairman Walker entertained a motion regarding the job vacancies presented at today’s

 

meeting by County Manager Bryan Steen.

 

            Commissioner Smith moved to authorize the filling of the following vacant positions:

 

Social Work Supervisor II, Income Maintenance Caseworker II, and Sanitation Truck Driver

 

recommended by Manager Steen along with the request from DSS Director Jan Spencer to approve

 

the unfreezing of any future vacant positions that may result from the promotion of current workers

 

until the ripple effect has ended.  Commissioner Inman seconded and the motion carried

 

unanimously.

 

Closed Session

 

Chairman Walker entertained a motion to enter Closed Session for the following:

 

·         To discuss matters relating to the location or expansion of industries or other businesses in the County pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(a)(4)

 

·         To consider the initial employment or appointment of an individual to any office or position, other than a vacancy in the Board of County Commissioners or any other public body, or to consider the qualifications, competence, performance, character, and fitness of any public officer or employee, other than a member of the Board of Commissioners or of some other public body pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(a)(6). 

 

Commissioner Inman moved to enter Closed Session for the following:

 

·         To discuss matters relating to the location or expansion of industries or other businesses in the County pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(a)(4)

 

·         To consider the initial employment or appointment of an individual to any office or position, other than a vacancy in the Board of County Commissioners or any other public body, or to consider the qualifications, competence, performance, character, and fitness of any public officer or employee, other than a member of the Board of Commissioners or of some other public body pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(a)(6). 

 

Vice Chairman Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

The Board re-entered the regular session of the July 12th meeting.

 

Danbury Art Market

 

            Chairman Walker entertained a motion.

 

            Commissioner Inman moved to approve the expenditure of $1,800 to Moorefield

 

Engineering to update their engineering study done in 1999 on the Old Art Market Building owned

 

by the Town of Danbury, with funds to come from Economic Development budget.  Commissioner

 

Smith seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Adjournment

 

There being no further business to come before the Board, Chairman Walker

 

entertained a motion to adjourn the meeting.

 

Vice Chairman Lankford moved to adjourn the meeting.   Commissioner Smith seconded

 

and the motion carried unanimously.

 

 

 

 

_______________________                                  _____________________________

Darlene M. Bullins                                                    Jimmy Walker

Clerk to the Board                                                    Chairman