Board of Commissioners Meeting Agenda 03/15/2022
Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting Agenda
March 15, 2022 | 6:30 pm

  1. Meeting Call to Order
  2. Invocation
  3. Mayors Recitation – In accordance with the Code of Ethics adopted by the Board, all town commissioners have a duty to obey all applicable laws regarding official actions; to uphold the integrity and independence of the office; to avoid impropriety in the exercise of official duties; to faithfully perform the duties of the office; and to conduct the affairs of the governing board in an open and public manner. Is there any item on the agenda the outcome of which will have a direct, substantial, and readily identifiable financial impact for any Board member?  Also, does any Board member have a financial interest in any public contract coming before this Board today? There being none all Board members have a duty and obligation to vote.
  4. Approval of the Agenda
  5. Consent Agenda
    1. Approval of the February 9, 2022 Special Meeting Minutes and February 15, 2022, Regular Meeting Minutes
    2. Fee Schedule Change
    3. Change Personnel Policy to Reflect Observed Easter Holiday from Easter Monday to Good Friday and Cost of Living Section
    4. Approval 2021 Closed Session Minutes
  6. Public Comment– The public is invited to attend this meeting in person or view this meeting Facebook Live: All documents related to agenda items not published on the website may be viewed in advance of the meetings in person at Town Hall, 90 Elk Mountain Rd, Woodfin.
    1. Citizens may address the Board concerning various topics after being recognized by the Mayor and are limited to 3 (three) minutes speaking time. 
  7. New Business
    1. Monthly ABC Board Report (Presenter: Tager)
    2. Charter Amendment Ordinance (Presenter: Powers)
    3. Budget Amendment (Presenter: Powers)
    4. Rezoning: The property is located at 99999 Elk Mountain Road, further identified by Buncombe County Parcel Identification Number 9730-73-4056.  The request is to rezone the property from Community Shopping (CS) to R-7. (Presenter: Isenhower)
    5. Police Department Annual Report (Presenter: Dykes)
    6. Police Officer of the Year (Presenter: Dykes)
  8. Departmental and Administrator’s Reports
    1. Police February 2022 Totals
    2. Planning and Zoning Code Enforcement Report | Permit Report
    3. Finance Expenditures | Revenues
    4. Administration
    5. Public Works February 2022 Totals
    6. Greenway & Blueway
  9. Executive Session – The Board of Commissioners may adjourn to private chambers to discuss legal, personnel, contractual or similar matters protected by the NCGS 143-318.11.
    1. (a) (6): To consider the qualifications, competence, performance, character, fitness, conditions of appointment, or conditions of initial employment of an individual public officer or employee or prospective public officer or employee.
  10. Adjournment