Here’s what you missed at the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners Sept. 7 regular meeting

09.21.2021

Here’s what you missed at the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners Sept. 7 regular meeting

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BOLIVIA, N.C. – The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners met for their regular meeting this Monday, Sept. 20. Below is a quick recap of the actions taken on selected agenda items during the regular meeting. Residents can view an online and PDF version of the full agenda and accompanying reports at brunswickcountync.gov/agendas

The next regular Board of Commissioners meeting is Monday, Oct. 4 at 3 p.m.

Meeting Recap

VI. Presentation
  1. Brunswick County Homeless Coalition: The Board of Commissioners received a presentation from Mr. Paul Witmer regarding the establishment of a committee to support the efforts to develop and expand availability of affordable/workforce housing and to address the needs of those displaced from housing. No action was taken. The Board directed staff to review the considerations and present a recommendation at a future meeting.
  2. Cooperative Extension 2020-2021 Partnership Award: The Board of Commissioners received information and were presented the Cooperative Extension Excellence in Partnership Award.
  3. WARM Resolution: The Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted a resolution commemorating 25 years of service provided by WARM (Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry).
  4. Lower Cape Fear Authority: The Board of Commissioners received a presentation and membership plaque from the Lower Cape Fear Water & Sewer Authority.
VII. Administrative Report
  1. Utilities – Shallotte MRF Application Resolution: The Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution to assist the Town of Shallotte in submitting an application to the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality Merger/Regionalization Feasibility Grant Program and, should funding be granted, cooperate with the Town to evaluate the potential merger of the Brunswick County Utility system with the Town of Shallotte water system.
  2. Utilities – Southport MRF Application Resolution: The Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution to assist the City of Southport in submitting an application to the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality Merger/Regionalization Feasibility Grant Program and, should funding be granted, cooperate with the City to evaluate the potential merger of the Brunswick County Utility system with the City of Southport water and wastewater systems.

More information about Board of Commissioners meetings is at brunswickcountync.gov/board-commissioners

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