Town Council Meeting Agenda 02/21/2023
Town Council Meeting Agenda
February 21, 2023 | 5:00 pm
Woodfin Town Hall

  1. Meeting Call To Order
  2. Approval of the Agenda
  3. Consent Agenda
    1. Approval of the January 17, 2023, Regular Meeting Minutes and January 26, 2023, Retreat Minutes
    2. Appointment of Stephanie Gosnell to the Town of Woodfin Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee.
    3. Approval of Resolution #2023-03 to surplus town owned property.
    4. Approval of Resolution #2023-04 Supporting the Buncombe County Board of Education Local Control of School Calendars.
    5. Approval of Ordinance #2023-04 repealing the Town of Woodfin Personnel Policy Ordinance.
    6. Approval of Resolution #2023-05 reestablishing the Town of Woodfin Personnel Policy.
    7. Approval of Ordinance #2023-05 amending the FY2023 Budget.   
  4. 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 5 (five) minutes speaking time. 
  5. Presentations & Reports
    1. Guest Presentation – Eric Bradford, Director of Operations, Asheville GreenWorks
    2. Town Manager Report – Shannon Tuch
    3. Woodfin Police Department (Traffic Control) Report – Michael Dykes
  6. New Business
    1. Public Hearing – A text amendment to the Town of Woodfin Code of Ordinances establishing a new Stormwater Ordinance #2023-06. Staff presenter: Adrienne Isenhower
  7. Department Reports
    1. Police – January 2023 Totals
    2. Planning and Zoning – January 2023 Permit Report
    3. Finance – Report | Expenditures | Revenues
    4. Public Works – January 2023 Totals
    5. ABC Board – January Minutes | January 2023 P&L | January 2023 YTD P&L
  8. Executive Session – The Town Council may adjourn to private chambers to discuss legal, personnel, contractual or similar matters protected by NCGS 143-318.11.
    1. (a) (3): To consult with an attorney employed or retained by the public body in order to preserve the attorney-client privilege between the attorney and the public body, which privilege is hereby acknowledged.
    2. (a)(5) to establish, or to instruct the public body's staff or negotiating agents concerning the position to be taken by or on behalf of the public body in negotiating (i) the price and other material terms of a contract or proposed contract for the acquisition of real property by purchase, option, exchange, or lease.
  9. Adjournment