By Erin Smith
The Bladen County Board of Commissioners will meet on Monday night at 6:30 p.m. in the Commissioners Meting Room located in the basement of the Bladen County Courthouse. The board is expected to deal with several issues on the agenda.
The board is scheduled to approve a consent agenda which includes the proposed agenda, the minutes of the March 12, 2018 meeting, county attorney invoices in the amount of $3,870, the Bladen County 2019 holiday schedule , a memorandum of agreement with the town of Newport, and a text amendment to Animal Control Ordinance to Section 5.7 g to delete “or Other Warm Blooded Animal” for consistency.
The board is scheduled to requests from the Bladen County Board of Education for approving the fiscal year 2017-18 capital outlay projects in the amount of $179,694.83. The Commissioner will also be asked by the Board of Education to consider approving applications to the North Carolina Education Lottery Public School Building Capital Fund for the benefit of Bladenboro Middle School in the amount of $16,877.00; to benefit Bladenboro Primary School in the amount of $56,663.00; and a second application to benefit Bladenboro Middle School in the amount of $23,235.00.
The Commissioners will be asked by the Bladen County Health Department to consider Approving a Medical Service Agreement with East Coast Migrant Head Start project and an addendum for the Protection of Personally Identifiable Information Contained in Child Records and to consider approving a fiscal year 2019 consolidated agreement with North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health.
Bladen County Finance Director Lisa Coleman is expected to present the Financial Dashboard to the Commissioners.
The Commissioners will consider approving a request form the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office to provide inmate labor for a county-wide roadside clean up program.
The Commissioners will consider appointments to the White Lake Planning and Zoning ETJ, the Elizabethtown Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Adjustment ETJ, and Juvenile Crime Prevention Council.
The Commissioners are also expected to receive an update from the Bladen County Manager Greg Martin regarding Opportunity Zone and to consider accepting a bid for county-owned property.Share: