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g.An amendment to the “Pulaski County Utility Tax Ordinance” to add a tax on residential, commercial and industrial natural gas consumption. - A public hearing has been scheduled for consideration of this matter. Enclosed is a copy of the proposed ordinance as prepared by the county attorney’s office. Recent state legislation (HB 279 for natural gas and SB163 for electricity) replaces the gross receipts tax with a consumption tax. Further changes to these ordinances may be needed and should be evaluated by the Commissioner of the Revenue and the County Attorney.
Enclosed is a proposal for the county’s auditing firm to make calculations needed in the conversion to the consumption tax. Acceptance of the proposal is recommended, if determined advisable by the Commissioner of the Revenue and the County Attorney.
h.An amendment to the Ordinance pertaining to “Dogs and Other Animals” to increase the annual license taxes up to $10 per dog. - A public hearing has been scheduled for consideration of this matter. Enclosed is a copy of the proposed ordinance as prepared by the county attorney’s office.
8:00 p.m.Mr. J. D. Brugh, VDOT Resident Engineer
5. Highway Matters:
a.Follow-up from Previous Board meeting:
The resident engineer may have information to share on the following matters from previous Board meetings, unless noted otherwise:
2.Pulaski County High School New Entrance
4.Rt. 601, Little Creek Road, Paving Status
7.Shelburne Road Speed Study Review by Sheriff - Sheriff Davis reports a speed study was conducted by his deputies on Shelburne Road. He reports the following: In May on various dates and times, (i.e. during a.m. working hours and evening) 200 vehicles were checked by radar with only 1 violator. The rest of the traffic monitored was well below the posted 55 mile per hour speed limit.
b.Request for Maintenance on Rt. 609, Boyd Road - Mr. Herman Boyd has requested maintenance of the road.
c.Semi-Annual report from VDOT re: Six Year Plan Projects Constructed and Balance - Enclosed is a report from VDOT on the status of Construction Programs. Please note that any projects with a higher priority number than 10, do not have any activity at the present time.
d.Speed Zone Reports - Enclosed is a report from Resident Engineer Brugh regarding recent speed zoning postings, including Rt. 640, and Rt. 674.
e.Heron’s Landing at the River Phase 1 Additions Resolution - Adoption of the enclosed resolution, as prepared by the Virginia Departmentof Transportation, is requested. Mr. Crigger and Mr. Day of VDOT advise a viewing is needed. It can either be done by the Board or by at least three viewers appointed by the Board.
f.Commonwealth Transportation Board Regional Meetings on Road Needs - See enclosed notice of meetings, including the July 21 date for the Salem District. Support of the regional priorities as previously endorsed by the Board is recommended.
g.Request for Speed Study on Cardinal Drive - Mr. Herbert Hall of 808 Cardinal Drive, Dublin, has requested a speed study be conducted on Cardinal Drive.
h.Request for Improvements to Rt. 698, Barsus Road - Ms. Ida Hall has requested VDOT address dust, flooding and tree blockage along the road. She has also inquired as to the status of the road on the six year plan. It is currently unnumbered and on the waiting list.
i.Request for Traffic Light at Intersection of Rt. 100 (between Burger King and Texaco) - Mr. Jim Miller of Virginia Oil Company has requested installation of traffic light at the cross over on Rt. 100 from Exit 98, specifically between Burger King and Texaco. He has expressed concern regarding loss of business due to congestion at this intersection.
j.Intersection of Owens Road, Rt. 663 and Beach Drive, Rt. 757 - See enclosed request for an island where a large oak tree once stood.
k.Board of Supervisors Concerns
A new facility, combined with retirement of employees with significant longevity, may allow operational costs to be controlled in the future.
2.Office on Youth - Office on Youth Director Akers requests Pulaski County High School student Kelly Sayers be reappointed for an additional term of one year.
b.Accounts Payable - See enclosed listing.
b.Claytor Lake Festival Fireworks - Ratification of the fireworks permit issued recently is requested.
h.FY 01 Budget Adoption - Adoption of the FY 01 budget is recommended.
j.Policy Adoptions, Amendments and/or Review of Existing Policies:
1.Violence Prevention Policy Adoption - Adoption of the enclosed policy is recommended.
2.Hours of Work Policy Amendment - Adoption of the enclosed amendment is recommended.
4.Harassment Policy Adoption - Adoption of the enclosed policy is recommended.
k.Resolution of Appreciation – J. R. Schrader - Mr. Schrader has informed this office of his plans to take employment by the Carroll County newspaper. Adoption of an appropriate resolution is recommended.