Agenda preview for Brunswick County Board of Commissioners’ Oct. 21 meeting
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BOLIVIA, N.C. – The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners will meet for their regular meeting this Monday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m.
Residents can view an online and PDF version of the full agenda and accompanying reports at https://www.brunswickcountync.gov/agendas/
The commissioners’ chambers are on the first floor of the David R. Sandifer Administration Building at 30 Government Center Drive in Bolivia (28422).
Below are a few selected items from the agenda that the Board of Commissioners will discuss and take possible action on.
VII. Public Hearing
- Code Administration – Brunswick County Fire Prevention Ordinance: Request that the Board of Commissioners approve and adopt the Brunswick County Fire Prevention Ordinance.
- Planning – Z-781: Request that after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners consider amending the Brunswick County Unified Development Ordinance Map from C-I (Commercial Intensive) to SBR-6000 (High Density Site Built Residential). The proposed rezoning is located directly adjacent to the Hearthstone Subdivision, the Lanvale Forest Subdivision, and a railroad line used by the Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU).
- Planning – Z-782: Request that the Board of Commissioners hold a public hearing and then consider amending the Brunswick County Unified Development Ordinance Map from R-6000 (High-Density Residential) to MR-3200 (Multifamily Residential). This rezoning is approximately 16.64 acres located on Old Fayetteville Road NE (SR 1437) across from Clancy Drive NE.
- Planning – Z-783: Request that after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners consider amending the Brunswick County Unified Development Ordinance Map from RR (Rural Low Density Residential) to C-LD (Commercial Low Density) with an associated CAMA Land Use Plan Map Amendment from LDR (Low Density Residential) to Commercial. This case proposes to rezone tax parcels 05700065, 05700067 and 0460001007 to allow for commercial uses. This rezoning totals approximately 85.18 acres.
- Planning – Z-784: Request that after the Public Hearing, the Board of Commissioners consider amending the Brunswick County Unified Development Ordinance Map from Undesignated, R-6000 (High Density Residential), and C-LD (Commercial Low Density) to C-LD (Commercial Low Density). This case proposes a rezone change that will allow for commercial uses on tax parcels 233EF00101 and 233EF003. This proposed rezoning was initiated by Planning Staff to designate a zoning district for a parcel that is undesignated.
VIII. Administrative Report
- Administration – Lockwood Folly Inlet Dredging Project: Request that the Board of Commissioners consider authorizing the transfer of $149,903 to the North Carolina Division of Water Resources as the required local match for a project to dredge the navigation channel at the Lockwood Folly Inlet.
- Engineering – Ash-Waccamaw Multiuse Building Architectural Design Services Contract: Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the architectural professional services contract with Sawyer Sherwood and Associate Architecture for the Ash-Waccamaw Multiuse Building in the amount of $297,500.
Each regular meeting has a public comment period when anyone can address the commissioners with questions or concerns about county business. Sign in before the meeting starts inside the commissioners’ chambers to ensure the county clerk has your information. The sign-up period opens an hour before the meeting begins.
Additionally, some meetings have public hearings for specific issues. The public hearings are similar to a public comment period but pertain to one topic.
More information on the public comment policies is at https://www.brunswickcountync.gov/board-commissioners/public-comment-policy/
To view the full agenda items and accompanying reports, go to https://www.brunswickcountync.gov/agendas/
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