Planning Commission Agenda 02. 27.2024

RHEA COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
AGENDA
FOR THE REGULARLY CALLED MEETING
Tuesday, February 27, 2024
5:30 P.M.
Rhea County Courthouse Annex – 375 Church Street, 2nd Floor Commission Room
☐ Jim Reed, Chairman
☐ Tommy Snyder, Vice-Chairman
☐ Teresa Congioloso, Secretary
☐ Tommy Ballard ☐ Shane Clark ☐ Jeff McDaniel ☐ Billy Thedford
A. CALL TO ORDER AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A QUORUM
B. READING AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES – January 23, 2024
C. NEW BUSINESS
1. Gary Lewis Lot Line Abandonment – Final Plat (Dock Smith Surveying)
2. Tina Lewis 1-Lot S/D w/Access Easement to Remainder – Final Plat (Dock Smith Surveying)
3. Mark Wilson 2-Lot S/D w/Access Easement – Final Plat (Dock Smith Surveying)
4. Brian Thurman 2-Lot S/D w/Access Easement – Final Plat (Dock Smith Surveying)
5. Any Properly Presented New Business
D. OLD BUSINESS
1. Black Oak Estates, Lot 1- & 2-Line Abandonment – Final Plat (Copp Engineering)
2. Sims Family Estates, Lots 1-2 S/D – Final Plat (Copp Engineering)
3. Willard & Charlotte Bates S/D – Final Plat (Vick Surveying)
4. Waterside RV Park Proposal on Cottonport Road (Discussion Only) – Tax Map 092 Parcel 029.00
5. Discussion on Lowering Minimum Lot Size for Lots on Sewer from 10,000 sq. ft. to 7,500 sq. ft. & Reducing
Lot Width from 75’ at the Building Setback Line to 50’ for Lots on Sewer/Decentralized Septic
6. Discussion on Process for Staff Approval and Referring Plats to Staff Pending Signatures
7. Any Properly Presented Old Business
E. HEARING OF PERSONS HAVING BUSINESS BEFORE THE COMMISSION
F. ADJOURNMENT
NEXT SCHEDULED MEETING: Tuesday, March 26, 2024
Plats will be due by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Agenda 02.20.2024

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 2024, AT 6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

6. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

7. Public Comments

8. OLD BUSINESS

9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
B. Internet Update.
C. Consider Resolution Approving The Lease Agreement With Avalon Center For office Space Located At 164 Walnut Grove Church Road. -Jim Vincent
D. Consider Resolution Approving The Lease Agreement With 12th Judicial District Children’s Advocacy Center For Office Space Located At 164 Walnut Grove Church Rd. -Jim Vincent
E. Consider Resolution Approving The Lease Agreement With Rhea County Prevention Coalition For Office Space located At 1475 Market Street, Suite 101, Dayton, Tennessee 37321. -Jim Vincent
F. Consider Resolution Authorizing Application For The Department Of Homeland Security Staffing For Adequate Fire And Emergency Response (Safer) Grant Program. -EMA Director
G. Read into the minutes 5-year reappraisal plan signature page. -Linda Shaver
H. Consider A Resolution To Authorize Transfer Of Jail Reserve Funds For Purchase Of A Mobile Command Unit For Crime Scene Investigations. -Mike Neal
I. Consider Agreement Between Tennessee Department Of Health And Rhea County. -Jim Vincent
J. Consider RETC Funding for Bass Tournaments. -Jim Vincent
K. Consider Pilot Program. -Jim Vincent
L. Consider Resolution Expressing Official Intent That Certain Expenditures To Be Incurred in Connection With Certain Public Works Projects And Related Expenditures Be Reimbursed From Proceeds Of Notes, Bonds, Or Other Indebtedness To Be Issued By Rhea County, Tennessee. -Billy Thedford

10. ELECTION OF NOTARY

11. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

12. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

13. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

14. ADJOURNMENT

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AGENDA 2.13.2024

AGENDA
RHEA COUNTY COMMISSION WORKSHOP
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, 2024, 6:00 P.M.

1. Prayer
2. Pledge To Flag
3. Discuss A Resolution Approving The Lease Agreement With Avalon Center For Office Space Located At 164 Walnut Grove Church Road. -Jim Vincent
4. Discuss A Resolution Approving The Lease Agreement With Rhea County Prevention Coalition For Office Space Located At 1475 Market Street, Suite 101, Dayton, Tennessee 37321.- Jim Vincent
5. Discuss A Resolution Approving The Lease Agreement With The Child Advocacy Center For Office Space Located At 164 Walnut Grove Church Road. -Jim Vincent
6. EMA Director to address the commission concerning Hazzard Mitigation Plan. -EMA Director
7. Discuss EMA/Fire Department grants. -EMA Director
8. Read into the minutes 5-year reappraisal plan signature page. -Linda Shaver
9. Sherrif Mike Neal to address the commission concerning command post purchase. -Mike Neal
10. Consider Agreement Between Tennessee Department Of Health And Rhea County. -Jim Vincent
11. Public comments
12. County Official comments
13. County Executive comments
14. Commissioner comments
15. Adjourn

Commission Meeting
Tuesday, February 20, 2024, 6:00 P.M.

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Agenda 1.30.2023

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, JANUARY 30TH, 2024, AT 6:00 P.M.
MAKEUP MEETING FOR JANUARY 16TH

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

6. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

7. Public Comments

8. OLD BUSINESS

9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
B. Consider Resolution Authorizing A Continuous Five Year Reappraisal Cycle. -Debbie Byrd Property Assessor
C. Consider Resolution To Declare Certain Expired, Aged Of Outdated Equipment No Longer Used By The Emergency Management Agency As Surplus. -EMA Director
D. Consider Resolution Approving The Option To Purchase Agreement With The State Of Tennessee For The 18.50 +/- Acres Of The Able Property Co-Owned With The City of Dayton . -Jim Vincent
E. Consider purchase of add in The Rhea Herald newspaper. -Jim Vincent
F. Consider Resolution Approving Purchase Agreement for Landfill Road Property For The Sum Of $55,000.00 To Be Paid For With The Opioid Settlement Proceeds. -Jim Vincent

10. ELECTION OF NOTARY

11. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

12. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

13. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

14. ADJOURNMENT

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AGENDA 1.9.2024

AGENDA
RHEA COUNTY COMMISSION WORKSHOP
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, JANUARY 9TH, 2024, 6:00 P.M.

1. Prayer
2. Pledge To Flag
3. Discuss application for technology grant. -Sheriff’s Department
4. Discuss Reappraisal Plan. -Debbie Byrd Property Assessor
5. Discuss Fire Department surplus items. -EMA Director
6. Public comments
7. County Official comments
8. County Executive comments
9. Commissioner comments
10. Adjourn

Commission Meeting
Tuesday, January 16, 2024, 6:00 P.M.

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Agenda 12.19.2023

 

AGENDA

COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING

CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19TH, 2023, AT 6:00 P.M.

 

 

 

  1. CALL TO ORDER

 

  1. PRAYER

 

  1. PLEDGE TO FLAG

 

  1. ROLL CALL

 

  1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

 

  1. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

 

  1. Public Comments

 

  1. OLD BUSINESS

 

  1. NEW BUSINESS
  1. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
  2. Consider Rhea County Medical Board Member Appointments. – Billy Thedford
  3. Consider Rhea County Fire Department Surplus Items. – EMA Director

 

  1. ELECTION OF NOTARY

 

  1. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

 

  1. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

 

  1. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

 

  1. ADJOURNMENT

Agenda 11.21.2023

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST, 2023, AT 6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

6. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

7. Public Comments

8. OLD BUSINESS

9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
B. Consider A Resolution Authorizing The Application For A Firefighter And Training Grant For The Purchase Of Firefighting Equipment Or To Meet Local Match Requirements of Federal Grants For The Purchase Of Firefighting Equipment And Training. -EMA Director
C. Consider Firehouse Subs Grant. -EMA Director
D. Consider Resolution To Declare Certain Expired, Aged Or Outdated Equipment No Longer Used By Rhea County As Surplus. -Jim Vincent
E. Consider Resolution To Declare Certain Expired, Aged Or Outdated Equipment No Longer Used By The Emergency Management Agency As Surplus. -EMA Director
F. Consider Resolution To Designate Holiday Schedule for 2024. -Jim Vincent
G. Consider Resolution To Establish And Maintain A Rainy Day Reserve. -Purchase and Finance Committee
H. Consider Veterans Service Officer and Assistant Service Officer pay re-evaluations due to certifications. -Phillip Dunn
I. Read into the minutes policy and procedure revisions for the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department. -Billy Thedford

10. ELECTION OF NOTARY

11. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

12. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

13. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

14. ADJOURNMENT

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Agenda 11.14.2023

AGENDA
RHEA COUNTY COMMISSION WORKSHOP
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

1. Prayer
2. Pledge To Flag
3. Discuss Watts Bar Recreational Area. -Nick Welch
4. Discuss setting aside area for Veterans Memorial at Delaware development. -Mark Cashman/Sandy Fransisco
5. Discuss Volunteer Fire Equipment Grant. -EMA Director
6. Discuss FireHouse Subs Grant. -EMA Director
7. Discuss Burn Ban. -EMA Director
8. Discuss surplus items. -Jim Vincent
9. Discuss policy and procedure revisions and updates.-Billy Thedford
10. Public comments
11. County Official comments
12. County Executive comments
13. Commissioner comments
14. Adjourn

Commission Meeting
Tuesday, November 21, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

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Agenda 10.17.2023

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2023, AT 6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

6. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

7. Public Comments

8. OLD BUSINESS

9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
B. Consider Lewis Howard Property. -Jim Vincent
C. Consider Dean Corvin Rd property to be read into the minutes. -Jim Vincent
D. Consider Resolution To Approve The Lease Agreement With Pine Grove Fire District Association For 3,120 Sq. Ft. Building and a 1,925 Sq. Ft. Building Located At 314 Euchee Chapel Road, Spring City, Tennessee. -Billy Thedford
E. Consider Resolution To Approve The Lease Agreement With Rhea County E-911 Emergency Communication District. -Leo Stephens
F. Consider Resolution To Allocate The Sum Of $5,000 From The Hotel Motel Tax For Improvements To The Old Washington Boat Ramp. -Leo Stephens

10. ELECTION OF NOTARY

11. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

12. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

13. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

14. ADJOURNMENT

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Agenda 10.10.2023

AGENDA
RHEA COUNTY COMMISSION WORKSHOP
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10TH, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

1. Prayer
2. Pledge To Flag
3. Discuss
4. Discuss Lewis Howard property. -Jim Vincent
5. Discuss Dean Corvin Rd property to be read into the minutes. -Jim Vincent
6. Discuss Pine Grove Fire Department Association lease. -Billy Thedford
7. Public comments
8. County Official comments
9. County Executive comments
10. Commissioner comments
11. Adjourn

Commission Meeting
Tuesday, October 17, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

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Agenda 9.19.2023

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 2023 AT 6:00 P.M.
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

6. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

7. OLD BUSINESS

A. Consider the purchase of software for the Building Department. -Building Inspector

8. NEW BUSINESS

A. Public Comments

B. Election of Chairman

C. Election of Vice Chairman

D. Election of Finance Committee

E. Election of Budget Committee

F. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.

G. Consider recommendation from the Veterans Affairs Officer Search Committee. -Phillip Dunn

H. Consider Resolution Designating The Bridge Spanning Muddy creek on Toestring Valley Road as the “Cecil Broyles Smith Memorial Bridge” to Commemorate His Very Distinguished and Heroic Dedication to the Preservation of Our Freedoms and Way of Life in America and Rhea County. -Phillip Dunn

I. Consider Resolution To Re-Appoint Members To The Rhea County 9-1-1 Emergency Communications District Board of Directors. -Jim Vincent

J. Consider Resolution Modifying the County Provided Group Health Insurance for Qualified Employees. -Jim Vincent

K. Consider Resolution Approving The Lease Agreement With Rhea Medical Center For The Office Space Located On The 3rd Floor Of The Rhea County Annex Building. -Jim Vincent

L. Consider Resolution Re-Appointing members to the Rhea County Planning Commission and the Beer Board. -Jim Reed

M. Consider finishing the Rhea County Fire Department Training Center. -Jim Reed

N. Consider road work at the Hwy 30 Boat Ramp. -Leo Stephens

O. Consider signage for Brayton Mountain. -Mark Cashman

9. ELECTION OF NOTARY

10. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

11. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

12. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

13. ADJOURNMENT

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Agenda 9.12.2023

AGENDA
RHEA COUNTY COMMISSION WORKSHOP
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

1. Prayer
2. Pledge To Flag
3. Discuss software for the building department. -Building Inspector
4. Report from the Veterans Affairs Officer Search Committee. -Phillip Dunn
5. Discuss a Resolution Designating the Bridge Spanning Muddy Creek on Toestring Valley Road as the “Cecil Broyles Smith Memorial Bridge” to Commemorate His Very Distinguished and Heroic Dedication to the Preservation of Our Freedoms and Way of life in America and Rhea County. -Phillip Dunn
6. Discuss re-appointments to the Rhea County E-911 Emergency Communications District Board of Directors. -Jim Vincent
7. Discuss Resolution Modifying The County Provided Group Health Insurance For Qualified Employees. -Jim Vincent
8. Discuss Resolution Approving The Lease Agreement With Rhea medical Center For The Office Space Located on The 3rd Floor Of The Rhea County Annex Building. -Jim Vincent
9. Discuss re-appointments to the Rhea County Planning Commission and Beer Board. -Jim Reed
10. Discuss finishing the Rhea County Fire Department Training Center. -Jim Reed

11. Public comments
12. County Official comments
13. County Executive comments
14. Commissioner comments
15. Adjourn

Commission Meeting
Tuesday, September 19, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

 

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Agenda 8.16.2023

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15TH, 2023, AT 6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. PROCLAMATION PRESENTATION -Emmaly Fisher

6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

7. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

8. Public Comments

9. OLD BUSINESS

10. NEW BUSINESS
A. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
B. Consider letter from Sheriff concerning School Resource Officers. -Sheriff’s Department
C. Consider software for the building department. -Building Inspector
D. Consider Resolution Adopting Rhea County Comprehensive Growth Plan. -RETC Director
E. Consider License Agreement between Rhea County and TDOT. -Jim Vincent
F. Consider Resolution TO Authorize Couty Executive Jim Vincent To Set Up Interest-Bearing Account At Southeast Bank To Deposit Monies For Post-Closure Care Of Landfill. -Jim Vincent
G. Consider Second Amendment to Sanitary Landfill Operation Agreement to be read into the minutes. -Jim Vincent
H. Consider A Resolution To Declare Expired Fire Extinguishers As Surplus; To Authorize A Sale As Scrap Metal; And Direct That Proceeds Of Sale Shall be Used For Additional Equipment And Necessary Expenses Of The Rhea County Fire Department. -EMA Director
I. Consider Resolution To Adopt A Policy For Public Comments At Meetings Per The Tennessee Open Meetings Act. -Jim Reed
J. Consider the list of deletions, changes, and pickups made from the property assessor and the state to the 2021 tax roll to be read into the minutes. -Neva Webb
K. Consider Resolution Authorizing Cost Reimbursement Grant Between The State Of Tennessee Department Of Environment And Conservation And Rhea County With Matching Funds of $11,331.68 To Be Drawn From The Waste Services Account. -Jim Vincent
L. Consider Project Cool. -RETC Director
M. Consider Project Cerberus. -RETC Director

11. ELECTION OF NOTARY

12. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

13. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

14. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

15. ADJOURNMENT

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Agenda 8. 8. 2023

AGENDA
RHEA COUNTY COMMISSION WORKSHOP
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, AUGUST 8TH, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

1. Prayer
2. Pledge To Flag
3. Discuss letter from Sheriff concerning School Resource Officers. -Sheriff’s Department
4. Discuss software for the building department. -Building Inspector
5. Discuss Rhea County Growth Plan. -RETC Director
6. Discuss RETC updates. -RETC Director
7. Discuss License Agreement between Rhea County and TDOT. -Jim Vincent
8. Public comments
9. County Official comments
10. County Executive comments
11. Commissioner comments
12. Adjourn

Commission Meeting
Tuesday, August 15, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

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Agenda 7.24.2023

AGENDA
SPECIAL CALLED COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
MONDAY, JULY 24, 2023, AT 6:00 P.M.
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING

1. CALL TO ORDER
2. PRAYER
3. PLEDGE
4. ROLL CALL
5. PUBLIC COMMENTS
6. CONSIDER 2023/2024 FISCALYEAR BUDGET
7. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS
8. ADJOURNMENT

Agenda 7.18.2023

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, JULY 18TH, 2023, AT 6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

6. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

7. Public Comments

8. OLD BUSINESS

9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
B. Consider BTC to update the commission. -Jim Vincent
C. Consider Spring City Cable to update the commission. -Jim Vincent
D. Consider Resolution Authorizing Emergency Management Grant Between The State Of Tennessee Department Of Military, Tennessee Emergency Management Agency And Rhea County. -EMA Director
E. Consider A Resolution To Declare Two Fire And Rescue Vehicles As Surplus And To Authorize A Sale. -EMA Director
F. Consider Resolution Authorizing State Of Tennessee Department Of Safety And Homeland Security Grant Contract Known As The Statewide School Resource Officer (SRO) Grant Program In The Amount Of $525,000 For Rhea County Sheriff’s Department To Maintain School Resource Officers For Each Public School. -Sheriff’s Department

10. ELECTION OF NOTARY

11. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

12. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

13. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

14. ADJOURNMENT

 

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Agenda 07.11.2023

AGENDA
RHEA COUNTY COMMISSION WORKSHOP
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, JULY 11TH, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

1. Prayer
2. Pledge To Flag
3. Public comments
4. County Official comments
5. County Executive comments
6. Commissioner comments
7. Adjourn

Commission Meeting
Tuesday, July 18, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

Agenda 6.30.2023

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
FRIDAY, JUNE 30TH, 2023, AT 6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

6. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

7. Public Comments

8. OLD BUSINESS

9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
B. Consider Veterans Services Annual Report. -Tommy Harveston
C. Consider Purchase and Finance/Finance Director Committee Report. -Nick Welch/Phillip Dunn
D. Consider Resolution To Allocate The Sum Of $17,500.00 To Fund Nine Fishing Tournaments To Be Held In Rhea County During The July-December 2023 Season From The Hotel Motel Tax Fund. -John Bamber

E. Consider Resolution Authorizing The Donation Of A Rhea County Fire District Vehicle To The City Of Soddy Daisy Fire District. -EMA Director
F. Consider Resolution Authorizing Homeland Security Grant Contract Between The State Of Tennessee, Department of Military, Tennessee Emergency Management Agency And Rhea County. -EMA Director
G. Consider Building Inspector Certification and salary increase. -Jim Reed
H. Consider Resolution Designating A Floodplain Administrator. -Jim Reed
I. Consider Resolution Designating An ADA Coordinator In Compliance With The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). -Jim Reed
J. Consider Resolution Designating An OSHA/TOSHA Administrator. -Jim Reed
K. Consider letter to the commission concerning Watts Bar Utilities Board Appointment to be read into the minutes. -Jim Vincent
L. Consider Resolution To Appoint Members TO The Rhea County Library Board. -Jim Vincent
M. Consider Fiscal Strength and Efficient Government Fiscal Confirmation Letter 2023-2024 ThreeStar Program requirements. -Jim Vincent
N. Consider Resolution Authorizing Contract Between The Southeast Tennessee Development District And Rhea County For FY 2024 and FY 2025 For The Sum Of $15,125 Per Fiscal Year. -Jim Vincent
O. Consider Resolution Authorizing Violent Crime Intervention Fund (VCIF) Program Competitive Collaboration Enhancement Grant Between The State Of Tennessee, Office Of Criminal Justice programs And The Rhea County Government. -Sheriff’s Department
P. Consider Resolution Authorizing Grant Contract Between The State Of Tennessee, Department Of Transportation And Rhea County For The FY 2024 Litter Pick Up And Prevention Education. -Jim Vincent

10. ELECTION OF NOTARY

11. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

12. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

13. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

14. ADJOURNMENT

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Agenda 06.13.2023

AGENDA
RHEA COUNTY COMMISSION WORKSHOP
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, JUNE 13TH, 2023, 6:00 P.M.

1. Prayer
2. Pledge To Flag
3. National Dairy Month Proclamation. -Jim Vincent
4. Veterans Services Annual Report. -Tommy Harveston
5. Purchase and Finance/Finance Director Committee Report. -Nick Welch/Phillip Dunn
6. John Bamber to address the commission concerning Fishing Tournaments. -Jim Reed
7. Discuss Fire Truck donation to Soddy Daisy. -EMA Director
8. Discuss Building Inspector Certification. -Jim Reed
9. Discuss Flood Plain Administrator, TOSHA Administrator, ADA Coordinator appointment. -Jim Reed
10. Discuss letter to the commission concerning Watts Bar Utility Board Appointment. -Jim Vincent
11. Discuss Rhea County Library Board appointments. -Jim Vincent
12. Discuss Fiscal Strength and Efficient Government Fiscal Confirmation Letter 2023-2024 ThreeStar Program requirements. -Jim Vincent
13. Discuss SETD Planning Assistance Contract for Services. -Jim Vincent
14. Discuss Homeland Security Grant. -EMA Director
15. Discuss VCIF Grant. -Sheriff’s Department
16. Discuss TDOT Litter Grant. -Jim Vincent
17. Public comments
18. County Official comments
19. County Executive comments
20. Commissioner comments
21. Adjourn

Commission Meeting
Tuesday, June 30, 2023, 6:00 P.M

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Agenda 05.16.2023

AGENDA
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
CONFERENCE ROOM, PHIL SWAFFORD BUILDING
TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, 2023, AT 6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PRAYER

3. PLEDGE TO FLAG

4. ROLL CALL

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

6. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORT

7. Public Comments

8. OLD BUSINESS

9. NEW BUSINESS
A. Consider budget amendments and appropriations.
B. Consider bid process for short term rental location service. -Debbie Byrd
C. Consider Courthouse Request For Use Form. -Jim Vincent

10. ELECTION OF NOTARY

11. COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

12. COUNTY ATTORNEY REPORT

13. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

14. ADJOURNMENT

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