Development & Services Committee
January 23, 2001, 5:00 p.m.
to Order– Bernice
Scott, Committee Chair, called the meeting to order.
of Minutes – The minutes of the December 12, 2000 Regular Session Meeting
were approved as submitted.
of Agenda – The agenda was amended to add the election of chair as the first
order of business and was adopted as amended.
of Chair – Bernice Scott was elected by acclamation as the Chair of the
track loader for the Road Maintenance Division of Public Works – The Committee
recommended Council approval of the purchase in the amount of $137,974.00
from Blanchard Machinery for a track loader for the Public Works Department.
- Change Order
in Solid Waste Collector’s Contracts – The Committee recommended Council
approval of a change order in the solid waste collector contracts to increase
/ decrease the contract prices 1% for every $0.10 increase / decrease in fuel
costs, based on the US Dept. of Energy’s Fuel Price Scale. The committee also
instructed the County Administrator to provide an understanding of the impact
on the current and upcoming budgets, and to recommend an appropriate cap.
to Rescind a Resolution Relinquishing County’s interest in Robertson Creek
Rd – The Committee forwarded this item to Council without a recommendation.
Drainage Project – The Committee deferred this item for one month to allow
Councilwoman Brady to meet with the residents.
to the Richland County Code: Storm Water Management – The Committee forwarded
this item to a Council work session in February (date to be determined) at
which point it will be decided whether the item will go back to Committee
or to County Council.
for Information / Discussion
on Plan for the Broad River Rowing Center – The Committee received a report
from Mr. Jim Prater and endorsed the plan to proceed with the effort to coordinate
with other agencies / organizations to design and construct the proposed rowing
- Report on
Proposed Kahn Clemson Rd Development – The Committee received an executive
summary of the proposed development agreement with Kahn Development and recommended
first reading Council approval of an ordinance authorizing the agreement.
by Ash Miller