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19890306CCMeeting1 1 Tybee Island Planning Commission March 6, 1989 I. Called to order at 7:30 P.M. on Monday, March 6, 1989. II. John Hutton, Chairman, presided. Members present: Loree Anderson, Jimmy Brown, James LaFavor, James E. Kluttz, William C. Fleetwood, Jr., and Fitz Simmons. III. Minutes of the February meeting were corrected and approved. Under section VII, 3. should read that Jim Kluttz stepped down from the Commission Board into the audience to represent property owners on Officers Row. IV. Expenses: For February - $55.55 Year to date $1,738.10 V. William C. Fleetwood, Jr. turned in a written report to Chairman John Hutton, a copy will be made a given to each member. IV. Unfinished Business: Planning Commission Priorities, Jim Kluttz and William C. Fleetwood, Jr. Master Plan Update: Rusty Fleetwood stated that he had talked with CAPDC and they had said not to make any changes bec &hse of the Governors Growth Strategy Committee. Fitz Simmons said that most of the citizens are concerned about the zoning around their areas and locations. Jim Kluttz thinks we should go ahead and Rusty said we could do a piece meal update. John Hutton said the update should be in layman language so that the public can understand it better. Water problems really need to be addressed. Developers' Plans /Plats: John Hutton presented two as built maps to the Board, these will be in Bettys' office at City Hall. VII. Ordinance /Code Conflicts & Revisions: John Hutton asked the Board to go over the list and come back to the next meeting with comments. Jim Kluttz motioned and Jimmy Brown seconded. Fire Wall & Sprinkler System Ordinance: Tom Scholl was . present to speak from the inspectors view. There was a lenghtly discussion. Roy Rowell spoke from the audience from a contractors point of view. Rusty made a motion that a committee be formed to study the existing fire wall /sprinkler ordinance. The Committee would be Chief John Solomon, Tom Scholl, city hall staff person and a builder also Jimmy Brown and Councilman Youmans. Fitz Simmons seconded the motion. It was voted on and passed. Visitor Sam Adams said a steering committee from all nine neighborhoods is being formed.. A organization meeting will be held on April 2nd. As there was no further business, Loree Anderson motioned to adjourne and John Hutton seconded. 1 1 RESOLUTION To subscribe to and to approve an amendment to the intrastate agreement between the City of other government entities which created the and Georgia Municipal Association Workers' Compensation Self- Insurance Fund; to authorize and direct the Mayor of the City of ,d�.t�e. to execute said amendment; and for other purposes. BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Section 1. The City of r J 1L�. ubscribes to and approves the amendment to the intrastate agreement of the. Georgia Municipal Association Workers' Compensation Self - Insurance Fund, attached as Appendix A and incorporated herein by reference. Section 2. The Mayor of the City of 0ar6._6L is hereby authorized and directed to execute the amendment to said intrastate agreement on behalf of the City of Section 3. This resolution shall become effective upon its adoption by the Mayor and Council. RESOLVED this. ATTES+ir] TheA-tJ , 198 4. yor 1 1 1 APPENDIX A AN AMENDMENT An amendment to the intrastate agreement of the Georgia Municipal Association Workers' Compensation Self- Insurance Fund. The intrastate agreement of the Georgia Municipal Association Workers' Compensation Self- Insurance Fund is hereby amended by striking Paragraph 8(d) in its entirety and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "(d) Prior to the inception of each fiscal year, each member shall pay at least 25% of its estimated annual contribution to the Fund. Thereafter members shall pay contributions, based upon the member's actual payroll during the billing period, in accordance with the schedule ,established by the Board, so as to assure that the member's estimated annual contribution to the Fund shall be received in full by the end of the sixth month of the fiscal year. Members which join the Fund subsequent to the inception of the fiscal year shall pay 25% of their estimated annual contribution for the balance of the fiscal year prior to the effective date of admission. Subsequent contributions, based upon the member's actual payroll for the duration of the fiscal year, shall be made in accordance with the schedule established by the Board so as to assure that the member's estimated annual contribu- tion to the fund shall be received in full by the end of the sixth month of the fiscal year. Members who join-the Fund subsequent to the end of the sixth month of any fiscal year shall pay their estimated annual contribution in full prior to the effective date of admission. The Board, in its discretion, may impose more stringent contribution payment requirements for small accounts and in other circumstances in which the Board, in its discretion, determines that such requirements are necessary for the safe and proper •operation of the Fund." ATTEST: Chairman, Board of Directors of the Georgia Municipal Associa- tion Workers•' Compensation Self - Insurance Fund C tlerk / f Mayor 1 LOCAL ASSISTANCE ROAD PROGRAM CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP AND AGREEMENT /City of Tybee Island I, Walter W. Parker , MayortehnIrmalt of the Xentivy/City of Tybee Island do hereby certify that the milt/streets or sections of spccxacdm /streets described and shown in color on the attachments are dedicated public mcacdttc/streets and are in part of the Public Road System in the eox:xttay /City of Tybee Island I further certify that Tybee Island , State of Georgia, hereby agrees to the following: That the Department will assist the UM/Cy/City in constructing projects for the improvement of certain selected streets*ViNft in BtINMI€ /City of Tybee Island subject however, to the condition that the gosx&X /City shall provide for its proper maintenance after completion of its improvement, and will make ample provision each year for such maintenance, and also will, prior to or during the construction of the project, provide the following additional services, certification, and information, when applicable, at no cost to the Department. 1. Right of Way and Right of Way Certification. 2. All utility relocations or adjustments. 3. Patching necessary prior to resurfacing satisfactory to the District Engineer. 4. Clearing of ditches and drainage structures. 5. Leveling of shoulders subsequent to resurfacing of project. 6. Others; The gmaxxiCity of Tybee Island further agrees to hold tl- of Transportation of Georgia harmless from all suits or claims thu�.� from the construction or improvement of said /streets. e i y 1,. This Q-� FOR: Tybee Isla (AUTHORIZED =SW/CITY OFFICIAL) 1 1 • A LARP Priority Estimate Request COUNTY: CHATHAM City : IYBEE ISLAND Priority No. Road Name County Road No. Hiles 1 006 8TH ST. 822 .120 2 010 ATLANTIC AVE. 818 .090 3 013 BRYAN AVE. 844 .050 4 007 FORT AVE. 849 .230 5 011 LOGAN ST. 843 .110 G 009 SILVER AVE. 816 .120 TOTAL RILES 0.720 1 1 FOR: Yates Paving & Grading Co., Inc. City of Tybee P.O. BOX 634 POOLER, GEORGIA 31322 (912) 748 -7770 Post Office Box 128 PROPOSAL PROJECT'• IACATION• Tybee Island . e o r g i a 31328 DEMON PROFESSIONAL: DATE: M a r c h 1 1 9 P 9 DRAWINGS Na: DATED: SPECIFICATION DATED• L.Ybjectto prompt acceptance within days and to all conditions stipulated on' the reverse side, we propose to furnish materials and labor at the prices and terms as stipulated below: To overlay 14th Street 590' x 30' Portion to.be paid by George Spirides Balance to be paid by City of Tybee Pricy Terms Payable upon completion Total_ Cost $5,200.00 2,700.00 2,500.00. The undersigned accepts this proposal and all its terms and conditions as a binding contract subject only to the approval of die credit of die Buyer by the Seller which shall not be unreasonably withheld. COMPANY: C• of Tyb - - land 4111W,.. BY: �l r. 0 !i �_ = , TITLE: mayor March 6,.1989. DATE: ., Inc.