Aberdeen Town Board released their April 9, 2018 work session meeting highlights.
Scheduled public hearings for the following items for April 23, 2018:
~ Conditional Zoning #18-02 — request submitted by Mid-State Development, LLC for 17.34 acres located on SW Broad Street (south of Bell Avenue and north of Council Way) from R6-10 to PUD-R.
~ Rezoning Request RZ #18-01 — request submitted by the Moore County Board of Education for 3.887 acres located south of the intersection of NC Hwy 5 and Pit Link Lane from R18-14 to RIO-10.
~ Conditional Use Permit #18-01 — request submitted by the Moore County Board of Education for 22.06 acres located south of the intersection of NC Hwy 5 and Pit Link Lane for a school use for the property.
~ UDO Text Amendment #18-09 — staff-initiated text amendment to coordinate fuel pump canopy height restrictions with NC Building Code and allow reasonable heights for vehicles.
~ UDO Text Amendment #18-10 — amendment is to temporarily alter minimum lot sizes in residential zoning districts.
~ UDO Text Amendment #18-11 to alter the time frame prior to an election for the display of political signs.
Accepted Clerk’s Certificate of Sufficiency for Contiguous Annexation by the Moore County Board of Education and approved Resolution #18-09 Fixing Date of Public Hearing on Question of Annexation submitted by the Moore County Board of Education for 3.887 acres located south of the intersection of NC Hwy 5 and Pit Link Lane — Public Hearing scheduled for April 23, 2018.
Awarded bid for Aberdeen Lake Dam Project Bottom Drain Repairs, Phase I to HERR, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $115,000.
Approved an Ordinance Declaring a Road Closure (portion of Garrett Street from 11:00 a.m. — 7:00 p.m. on May 5, 2018) for Downtown Aberdeen Rockabilly Festival.
Reviewed the Draft Budget Document for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 — each Department Head reviewed the highlights of their department’s proposed budget for FY 2018-2019. The final budget document will be presented to the Board in early May for review.
The Board discussed the road maintenance associated with the Villas at The Pit and the concerns of the applicant — unfortunately the applicant did not show up for the meeting and this item will be rescheduled for April 23, 2018.
Staff discovered that multiple trees were removed by McKee Homes in an amenity location at Legacy Lakes that were flagged by Town Staff to not be removed. The Board took action to adhere to the Town Ordinance concerning tree removal fines and charge the per tree per day violation fine of $200 per tree for every tree greater than 12″ in diameter that was removed with the fines beginning 4/9/18, until such time a remediation plan has been approved by the Planning Director and been completed.