Council presented the resolution to John Gaida honoring him for his years of service on the Pinehurst Community Watch board for the Village of Pinehurst.
• Under the consent agenda, Council approved:
A. Budget Amendments Report
B. Public Safety Reports.
C. Approval of Draft Village Council Meeting Minutes.
May 23 Regular Meeting
June 13 Work Session
June 27 Regular Meeting
• Council presented the resolution to John Gaida honoring him for his years of service on the Pinehurst Community Watch Board.
• Council unanimously approved Resolution 17-21 approving Fred Engelfried as the new Chairman for the Board of Adjustment.
• Council unanimously approved Ordinance 17-11 allowing the sale of alcoholic beverages beginning at 10:00am on Sundays at licensed premises in the Village of Pinehurst.
• Council unanimously approved Ordinance 17-10 re-appropriating funds from the FY 2017 budget to be rolled forward to the FY 2018 budget.
• Village Manager Jeff Sanborn presented a quarterly transportation report for the Village of Pinehurst which was extracted from the Moore County Transportation Committee Highway CTP List.
• Mark Wagner, Director of Parks and Recreation, gave a presentation on the proposed Community Center including the 2014 recommendations, current view of programs, activities, and usage, and the financial assumptions used to project revenues and expenses for the $4.1 million Community Center. Council determined to make a decision on the next steps by September.
• Council held a discussion about the enforcement of the “prohibition on Banks, Credit Unions, financial services and professional services on the first floor in the village center and the provisions for non- conforming uses after being vacated for a period of time” in the Pinehurst Development Ordinance.
• Council unanimously approved to authorize the Mayor or her designee to enter into a contract with Riley Paving for the FY 2018 resurfacing package in the amount of $513,000 and that the Manager is authorized to approve up to an additional $150,000 in resurfacing so long as the quantity is at the existing bid’s unit pricing and the budget for resurfacing is not exceeded.