November 14th, 2017 Council Agenda

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AGENDA

Meeting of Hanahan City Council
Tuesday – November 14, 2017

Debbie Lewis Municipal Chambers

1255 Yeamans Hall Road, Hanahan, SC  29410

6:30 p.m.

 

AGENDA ITEM                                                                               PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE

Call to Order                                                                           Mayor Pro-Tem Dyson

Invocation                                                                              E.D. Clem, Hope Church
Pledge of Allegiance                                                               Council Member Sally

 

RECOGNITIONS

  1. Service Recognitions, Karen Hagood Dennis Turner, Police Department
  • Years of Service
  1. Diabetes Awareness Month Proclamation             Council Member Owens
  2. Day of Caring Proclamation Council Member Rainwater
  3. Scotty’s Ride for Water Update Scotty Parker
  4. Operation Home Presentation Leah Donaldson, Community

Operations Manager

  1. Employee of the Month                                     Bo Bowers, Fire Chief
  2. Citizen of the Month                                                 Bo Bowers, Fire Chief

CITIZENS’ COMMENTS REGARDING
AGENDA ITEMS ONLY

CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of the Minutes from City Council
    the October 10, 2017
    Regular City Council Meeting
  2. Emergency Purchase of Christmas

Decorations from vendor Downtown
Decorations in the amount of
$ 8721.32

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  1. 2nd Reading of Ordinance # 4-2017 – Lisa Sharrard, CRS

Flood Damage Prevention

NEW BUSINESS

None

REPORTS AND COMMENTS

  1. Citizens Comments
  2. City Administrator’s Comments
  3. Mayor and Council Comments

 

ADJOURNMENT

Note: A copy of this agenda was sent to The Post and Courier and a copy was posted in the Lobby at City Hall twenty-four hours prior to the meeting.  Current Agendas and previously approved minutes can be found at www.cityofhanahan.com under the City Council section of our website.

 

 

 

Fire Hydrant Testing

The Hanahan Fire Department is conducting fire hydrant testing throughout the city.  The schedule is below.

Scheduling

Hanahan Fire Zone #1 – From Remount Road to Mabeline Road to Henry Brown Blvd – November 1st through November 7th.

Hanahan Fire Zone #2 – Eagle Landing & Otranto neighborhoods – November 8th through November 15th.

Hanahan Fire Zone #3 – Tanner Plantation & Foster Creek Road – November 16th through November 22nd.

From November 23rd – November 30th, the Fire Department will be conducting testing on any areas that had to be bypassed or where weather prohibited testing during the normal schedule.

Why test the hydrants?

Flushing fire hydrants is one of the most important maintenance tasks of a water distribution system.

When fire hydrants are flushed, Fire Department staff is conducting the following.

  • Visible and audible leaks
  • Proper operation of valve
  • Flushing out corrosion & rust
  • Water pressure
  • Turbidity testing – tests amount of dirt in water
  • Color of the water
  • Flow of gallons per minute

If ignored, corrosion and rust can cause problems such as: severe rusty water, reduced water pressure or lower chlorine levels. Replacing water that has been standing in the system with fresh water is especially important in dead end main areas and low flow areas in the system.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  Why is my water pressure is lower than normal?
A.  During testing, water pressure may be lower in some areas.

Q.  Why is my water discolored?
A.  This is temporary.  Let your water run until the water is clear again.  This is caused by the unsettling of rust in the water lines.

Q.  Is the water safe to drink?
A.  Yes.  Charleston Water System will issue a boil advisory if the water ever becomes not safe to drink.

Introducing new K-9 Officers

The Hanahan Police Department would like to introduce our two newest police officers, Officer Bear and Officer Maverick. Both of these officers are German Shephard/Belgian Malinois mixes and are one year old. Officers Bear and Maverick are currently completing their basic law enforcement training and we are expecting them to be on patrol by December.  The police department wants to let our citizens know that the costs associated with these two new K-9’s is being paid for with money that was seized during drug/narcotic investigations.

Chief Dennis Turner
Hanahan Police Department

Phone Scams

The Hanahan Police Department wants to make you aware of a current telephone scam in order to prevent residents from becoming victims of crime. The scammer will call their targeted victim and explain that he or she is a lawyer or a police officer calling on behalf of a family member who has either been arrested or is about to be arrested. The caller will tell the victim that it’s necessary to wire money so a bond can be posted to keep the family member out of jail. The caller will tell the victim to go to a local big box department store and purchase several thousand dollars in gift cards; once that is done, the caller will have the victim provide the serial numbers for the gift cards as payment.

Attorneys do not accept payment in the form of gift cards. Additionally, the police will never tell you that a relative can pay money to avoid a criminal charge. These con artists are unscrupulous people.  They primarily target the elderly and will play on emotions to get money. If you ever get one of these phone calls, find out where the family member was supposedly arrested or is being detained, and call the law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction.

Let us Know

You can also call the Hanahan Police Department’s non-emergency number, 843-747-5711.  We will send an officer to your residence to help investigate what is going on. We also ask that you call us if one of these scammers ever calls you so we can properly document the matter.

If you ever have concerns over possible scams or want to know what is going on where you live, you can contact me or other members of the police department directly.  We will provide you assistance and guidance.

Chief Dennis Turner
Hanahan Police Department

October 10th, 2017 Council Agenda

AGENDA

Meeting of Hanahan City Council
Tuesday – October 10, 2017

Debbie Lewis Municipal Chambers

1255 Yeamans Hall Road, Hanahan, SC  29410

6:30 p.m.

 

AGENDA ITEM                                                                               PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE

Call to Order                                                                           Mayor Newman and
Honorary Mayor Katie Armstrong

Invocation                                                                               E.D. Clem, Hope Church

Pledge of Allegiance                                                               Council Member Owens

 

RECOGNITIONS

  1. Service Recognitions Dennis Turner, Police Chief
  2. Proclamation Fire Prevention Week             Bo Bowers, Fire Chief
  3. Breast Cancer Awareness Month             Mayor Newman
  4. Domestic Violence Awareness Month             Sheila Shea, Victims Advocate
  5. Employee of the Month Johnny Cribb, City Administrator
  6. Citizen of the Month Dennis Turner, Police Chief

 

CITIZENS’ COMMENTS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS ONLY

 

CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of the Minutes from the September 19, 2017
    Special City Council Meeting.
  2. Approval of the Minutes from the October 4, 2017

Council Workshop

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

None

NEW BUSINESS

  1. Public Hearing, Introduction and first reading Larry Sturdivant, Building Official
    of Ordinance # 4 2017 – Flood Damage Prevention
    Ordinance
  2. Resolution # 7-2017 Debt Setoff             Johnny Cribb, City Administrator
  3. Resolution # 8-2017 Repetitive Loss                         Larry Sturdivant, Building Official
    Area Analysis (RLAA)
  4. Approval of Resolution # 9-2017 Kevin Trempe,
    Amendment of Joint County Industrial
    CenterPoint Properties Trust
    Park agreement at North Pointe
    Industrial Campus (TMS 259-00-00-135)

 

REPORTS AND COMMENTS

  1. Citizens’ Comments
  2. City Administrator’s Comments
  3. Mayor and Council Comments

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Council needs to have an Executive Session to discuss contractual matters related to the Downtown Revitalization Project.

ADJOURNMENT

Note: A copy of this agenda was sent to The Post and Courier and a copy was posted in the Lobby at City Hall twenty-four hours prior to the meeting.  Current Agendas and previously approved minutes can be found at www.cityofhanahan.com under the City Council section of our website.

 

 

 

 

FEMA Information

The Building and Codes office wants to remind all of our residents to make sure that they are ready for hurricane season and know your flood hazard.

Know your flood risks. Are You Ready? https://www.fema.gov/pdf/areyouready/areyouready_full.pdf

The Building and Codes office wants to remind all of our residents to make sure that they are ready for hurricane season and know your flood hazard.

Build responsibly. Before you build, consult your local government officials to determine the mandatory elevations for your home or building.

Build Back Safer and Stronger – What You Need to Know

https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/20130726-1858-25045-7797/build_back_stronger02_2013.pdf

The Building and Codes office wants to remind all of our residents to make sure that they are ready for hurricane season and know your flood hazard.

If your building is damaged by a flood, you may be required to meet certain building requirements to reduce future flood damage before you repair.

Increased Cost of Compliance Coverage – How You Can Benefit

https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/20130726-1620-20490-1838/f_300_icc_coverage_10dec12.pdf

 

Important Election Information

In anticipation of the State House of Representatives District 99 Special Election on November 14, 2017, please keep the following in mind relative to posting of political signs. Also, please be aware that your Community Home Owners Association may have guidelines in addition to City Code. Thank you and good luck to all Local Candidates.

Signs may be posted beginning October 14th for the November 14th Primary Election.

 

Hanahan Zoning Ordinance

Section 8.8(G) Political Signs

Political signs. Any sign erected for the purpose of advertising a candidate for public office, or stating a position on a public issue on which an election or referendum is pending with respect to a particular campaign, shall be exempt, provided the following standards are met.

(1) It is unlawful to place, erect, or maintain any political sign so as to pose a visible hazard to pedestrian or vehicular traffic along streets, sidewalks, or at street corners.

(2) No political signs are allowed to be illuminated or larger than sixteen (16) square feet.

(3) Signs cannot be placed more than thirty (30) days prior to official election date for the issue presented on the sign.

(4) Signs must be removed no later than ten (10) days after the election.

 

September 19th, 2017 Council Agenda

AGENDA

Special Meeting of Hanahan City Council

(rescheduled because of Hurricane Irma)
Tuesday – September 19, 2017

Debbie Lewis Municipal Chambers

1255 Yeamans Hall Road, Hanahan, SC  29410

6:30 p.m.

AGENDA ITEM                                            PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE

Call to Order Mayor Newman and Honorary Mayor Maddie Lanphere

Invocation Pastor Joe Douglas, Restoration Church, Hanahan

Pledge of Allegiance Council Member Rainwater and Honorary Mayor Maddie

RECOGNITIONS

  1. Swearing in of Officer James Hancock  Dennis Turner, Police Chief
  1. Swearing in of Fire Fighter/EMT: Drayton Hancock

and Fire Fighter Shane Flannigan Bo Bowers, Fire Chief

  1. Service Recognitions:
    Corporal Ellen Lanphere (5 Years), Police Department       Dennis Turner, Police Chief

Dontez Meyers (5 Years), Public Works Randy Moneymaker, Public Services Director

  1. Employee of the Month
  1. Citizen of the Month

CITIZENS’ COMMENTS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS ONLY

CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of the Minutes from the August 28, 2017 Special City Council Meeting
  2. Purchase of Grapple Truck from vendor California Auto Sales in the amount of $89,600. This is an approved purchase in the FY Budget. Details to follow at the council meeting.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  1. 2nd Reading of Ordinance # 3-2017 Johnny Cribb, City Administrator

       Records Retention Custodian

  1. Downtown Development Project Johnny Cribb, City Administrator

Scope determination

NEW BUSINESS
       A.   Trident Health Update  Todd Gallat, CEO of Trident Health

  1. Public Safety Officers update  Chief Turner and Chief Bowers 1

REPORTS AND COMMENTS

  1. Citizens Comments
  2. City Administrator’s Report
  3. Mayor and Council Comments

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Council needs to go into Executive Session to discuss a pending legal matter involving the Fire Department.


Action as required from Executive Session.

Sandbag Update

***Sandbag Distribution Schedule and Important Info***

Sandbags will be issued on Friday (9/8) beginning at 11am until 5pm (or while supplies last). Individuals are encouraged to arrive early.
Location – City Hall Gymnasium off of Robinson Street.

Important Changes:
Car Loop – All cars will be staged along Robinson Street only from the gymnasium towards Dickson Ave. Robinson will have one-way traffic so you will need to enter Robinson street from Dickson Ave. No bags will be issued within the parking lot of city hall and will be by vehicle only on Robinson Street. Officers will be on hand to provide traffic support.
Bag Limit – Due to limited supplies, bag limits will be 6 (outside flood zone) and 12 (inside flood zone). Individuals must show valid ID with proof of residency. Bags will be issued for individuals in attendance only. Anyone wishing to pick up bags for others will need to make a return trip.

Information of sand availability for Saturday will be provided on Friday at 5 pm. We anticipate having sand and bags available Saturday with residents responsible for filling and loading as needed.

We issued over 4,000 sand bags today and appreciate everyone’s patience throughout the process. We apologize that not everyone was able to get sand today and we hope that we can serve you tomorrow/Saturday to fill your needs. Special thanks to the Hanahan High School Baseball Team, Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Restoration Community Church, city staff, and community volunteers for assistance today. Anyone wishing to volunteer can arrive on Friday as early as 9 am. Lunch will be provided for volunteers at 12:30.

Sandbag Availability

The City of Hanahan is being provided sand and bags by Berkeley County to assist those in need. Hanahan city employees will be on hand to assist with the filling and loading of bags and appreciate any volunteers from the community to assist with this effort.

Sandbags will be available beside the City Hall Gymnasium on Yeamans Hall Road at the following dates and times:

Thursday, September 7th – 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Friday, September 8th – 11:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday, September 9th – 9:00am – 1:00pm

A valid ID must be presented showing residency. Bags are limited to up to 10 per household (outside of a flood zone) and up to 20 per household (inside a flood zone) while supplies last.

August 28th, 2017 Special Council Meeting

AGENDA ITEM AND PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE

Call to Order – Mayor Newman

Invocation – Council Member Rainwater

Pledge of Allegiance – Council Member Owens

CITIZENS’ COMMENTS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS ONLY

CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of the Minutes from the August 8, 2017 regular city council meeting. (COG needs approval so they can start the LPA (Local Public Agency Qualification Program) requirements for the Village Renaissance Project.
  2. Emergency Repair on the Yeamans Hall Gym

ON THE AGENDA:

STANTEC will give an update on the Downtown Revitalization Project and present the latest renderings for the public to give feedback on. This is a Community Design Public Information Session.

REPORTS AND COMMENTS

  1. Citizens’ Comments
  2. City Administrator’s Comments
  3. Mayor and Council Comments

ADJOURNMENT

Note: A copy of this agenda was sent to The Post and Courier and a copy was posted in the Lobby at City Hall twenty-four hours prior to the meeting.  Current Agendas and previously approved minutes can be found at www.cityofhanahan.com under the City Council section of our website.

August 8th, 2017 Council Agenda

AGENDA ITEM and PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE
Call to Order – Mayor Newman and Honorary Mayor Carsyn Driggers

Invocation – Rev. Samuel Haney, Jr., Greater Bethel AME Church, Hanahan

Pledge of Allegiance – Council Member Chandler and Honorary Mayor Carsyn

RECOGNITIONS

  1. Swearing in of Police Officer:  Cameron Blackmon- Chief Dennis Turner, Police Chief
  2. Swearing in of Firefighters:
    Jared Lake, Nathaniel Lebold, Joseph Shipley and Ted Bouthiller – Chief Bo Bowers, Fire Chief
  3. Recognition of Detective Flore Reyes, Police Officer of the Year – Chief Dennis Turner, Police Chief
  4. Recognition of Kyle Lewis, Fire Fighter of the Year – Chief Bo Bowers, Fire Chief
  5. Service recognitions: Corporal Charles Carnes (10 years), Police Department and Malachi Chilsolm (5 years), Public Works Division Chief – Chief Dennis Turner and Randy Moneymaker, Public Services Director

CITIZENS COMMENTS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS ONLY

CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of the Minutes from the July 11, 2017 regular City Council Meeting
  2. Approval to purchase Air Packs for Fire Department from vendor Rhinehart Fire Services with the 2016 Assistance to Firefighters Grant in the amount of $266,606.00 with a required $13,905.68 in matching funds.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  1. Village Renaissance Project update in Charleston Farms Community – Johnny Cribb, City Administrator
  2. Donation of 1988 Ford 8000 Fire Engine to a volunteer fire department in Tennessee, Union Grove Smokey Mountain Search and Rescue Fire Volunteers

NEW BUSINESS

  1. Presentation to the City of Hanahan by Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce –  Ian Scott, Senior Vice President of Advocacy
  2. Approval of FY 2017-2018 CARTA Budget – Jeff Burns, Senior Planner for the COG
  3. Public Hearing, Introduction, and First Reading of Ordinance # 3-2017 – Records Retention Custodian – Johnny Cribb, City Administrator
  4. Hometown Economic Grant and Resolution # 6-2017 – Council Member Rainwater

REPORTS AND COMMENTS

  1. Citizens’ Comments 
  2. City Administrator’s Report
  3. Mayor and Council Comments

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Council needs to go into Executive Session to discuss pending legal matters involving the Fire Department, Police Department, and the Public Services Department and to discuss a Personnel Matter in the Municipal Court.

Action as required from Executive Session

July 11th, 2017 Council Agenda

AGENDA

Meeting of Hanahan City Council

Tuesday – July 11, 2017

Debbie Lewis Municipal Chambers

1255 Yeamans Hall Road, Hanahan, SC  29410

6:30 p.m.

 

AGENDA ITEM and PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE

Call to Order – Mayor Newman

Invocation – Bill Healy, Hanahan resident

Pledge of Allegiance – Council Member Hodges

 

RECOGNITIONS – None


CITIZENS COMMENTS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS ONLY

 

CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of the Minutes from the June 13, 2017 regular City Council Meeting
  2. Approval to Auction off old Fire Truck 1988 Ford 8000 Fire Engine on GovDeals.com

VIN # 1FDYD80UXJVA22905

  1. Purchase of Custom Typhoon 2000 GPM Pumper Fire Truck fully equipped in the amount of $589,208.00 direct purchase of the brand name E-ONE from vendor FireLine, Inc. Approved in the FY 2017-2018 Budget
  2. Purchase of 4 Ford Utility SUV’s for the Police Department:

1– Ford Police Interceptor Utility unmarked vehicle in the amount of $32,137.23 from vendor Vic Bailey Ford on State Contract.

1 – Ford Police Interceptor Utility Slick Top Patrol Vehicle in the amount of $34,820.23 from vendor Vic Bailey on State Contract. This cost does not include Radar Unit ($1,715.13), paint for four doors ($800 est.) and markings ($750 est.)

2 – Ford Police Interceptor Utility Patrol Vehicles in the amount of $71,025.82 from vendor Vic Bailey on State Contract. This cost does not include Radar Unit ($1,715.13), paint for four doors ($800 est.) and markings ($750 est.). All approved in the FY 2017-2018 Budget.

  1. Approval to scrap 2004 Crown Vic, VIN # 2FAFP71W64X100537 from Police Fleet inventory by vendor B&D.
  2. Approval to scrap 2003 Ford Taurus VIN # 1FAFP52233A190396 from Recreation Fleet inventory by vendor B&D. Estimated cost to repair exceeds the vehicles total value.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS – None

 

NEW BUSINESS

  1. Approval of EMS Contract with Berkeley County – Randy Moneymaker, Public Services Director

 

REPORTS AND COMMENTS

  1. Citizens’ Comments
  2. City Administrator’s Report – Randy Moneymaker, Public Services Director
  3. Mayor and Council Comments – Mayor Newman and City Council

 

 

Note: A copy of this agenda was sent to The Post and Courier and a copy was posted in the Lobby at City Hall twenty-four hours prior to the meeting.  Current Agendas and previously approved minutes can be found at www.cityofhanahan.com under the City Council section of our website.

 

Road Work: Yeamans Hall Rd @ Murray Ave

Please be advised that contractors will be on site beginning the week of July 10th to complete intersection improvements at Yeamans Hall Road and Murray Avenue. The project consists of extending the left turn lanes on Murray and adding a turn signal. Please expect delays during construction as we make every effort to complete this project prior to the opening of schools on August 15th. This project is funded through the Berkeley County .01 Sales Tax Program.

Hurricane Preparedness

The Building and Codes office wants to remind all of our residents to make sure that they are ready for hurricane season. These storms can bring devastating damage to an area. There are several informative websites that have valuable information in order to help you be prepared.

South Carolina Emergency Management Division

http://www.scemd.org/

Document and Insure Your Property

https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/1459539524645-8f0610597e25f47f56ab6e1b0a6413eb/Americas_PrepareAthon_Document_Insure_Property_v02_508.pdf

Flood Insurance Claims Handbook

https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/1409252356253-ee460a21e69333f01eea03a8f55eb3c6/F-687_ClaimsHandbook_508XI_Aug2014.pdf

WCSC Hurricane Preparedness Kit

http://www.live5news.com/story/8395052/how-to-build-your-hurricane-disaster-kit

June 12th, 2017 Design Control Committee Meeting

HANAHAN DESIGN CONTROL COMMITTEE REGULAR MEETING

June 12, 2017 : 6:30 P.M.

 

Call to Order                                                           Chairman Pagels

 

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag                             Chairman Pagels

 

OLD BUSINESS:

 

Approval of Minutes – February 23, 2017

 

Continuation of discussion from                             Jeff Hajek, BCDCOG Previous meeting concerning

Proposed new building for Staff Zone to be located At TMS #265-15-02-054

Loftis Road

 

NEW BUSINESS:

 

None

 

Adjournment

 

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June 13th, 2017 Council Agenda

Agenda Person(s) Responsible
Call to Order Mayor Newman
Honorary Mayor Kayden Charlton
Invocation Pastor Mike Betancourt II
Foster Creek Baptist Church
Pledge of Allegiance Council Member Sally
Honorary Mayor Kayden
Recognitions
Swearing in of new Police Officer, Brock Tomlin Dennis Turner, Police Chief
Service recognition Dennis Turner, Police Chief
Recognition of donation to Hanahan Police Department Dennis Turner, Police Chief
Swearing in of Firefighter, Justin Esposito Bo Bowers, Fire Chief
Recognition of Paramedic, Caroline “Carriebeth” Lane Bo Bowers, Fire Chief
Consent Agenda
Approval of the Minutes from the May 9th, 2017 regular City Council Meeting
Approval of the Minutes from the May 23rd, 2017 Council Workshop
Approval of the Minutes from the May 30th, 2017 Special Council Meeting
 Approval to purchase used Stryker PowerPro 6500XT from vendor Jasper County in the amount of $5,000
Unfinished Business
2nd reading of Ordinance #2-2017 FY 2017-2018 Budget  Johnny Cribb, City Administrator
New Business
Approval of Resolution #5-2017 Amendment to Joint County Industrial Park agreement for property located at 1017 North Pointe Industrial Blvd. TMS#2590001007 and property at TMS# 2590000096 (no address has
Reports and Comments
Citizens’ Comments
City Manager’s Report
Mayor and Council Comments
Adjournment

Memorial Day Schedule

Attention Hanahan Residents

All City of Hanahan Offices will be closed Monday May 29, in observance of Memorial Day.
 
Please note the Sanitation Collection Schedule for the week of the 29th.
  • If your garbage is normally collected on Monday, it will be collected on Tuesday, May 30.
  • If your garbage is normally collected on Tuesday, it will be collected on Wednesday, May 31.
  • Monday Yard Debris will be collected on Tuesday, Wednesday Yard Debris will be collected on Thursday and Friday.
  • There will be NO BROWN TRASH OR METALS collected this week.
All other collections will remain as normally scheduled.

Community Design Charrette – Downtown Revitalization

Participate in the Charrette

The charrette process provides the most meaningful and authentic way for people to get involved in planning for growth and change in their community.  Without a clear, community-supported vision for the area, the conventional approach to the public approval of project usually results in a parcel-by-parcel decision making process, where changes and exceptions to existing land use and zoning regulations occur on a piecemeal basis.

The charrette process will provide a framework for creating a shared vision for our Town Center District.  The process will result in a new conceptual master plan.

Phase 1 scheduled to be complete by December, 2018.

When?

Thursday, June 1st 2017 – 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Where?

City Hall Gymnasium
1255 Yeamans Hall Road