MONDAY

GREENWOOD CITY COUNCIL

TIME:5:30 p.m.

LOCATION:municipal building, council chambers, Room 207.

AGENDA:Public hearing and second reading, ordinance annexing 36.48 acres on Milford Springs Road. Public hearing and second reading, ordinance, Telecommunications Franchise and Consent Ordinance. Public hearing and second reading, ordinance amending Section 30-207(a) of City of Greenwood Code of Ordinances. Second reading, ordinance to rezone 0.10 acre at 113 High St. from General Commercial) to Office Professional. Second reading, ordinance to rezone a portion of a 3.4 acre parcel at 1025 S. Main St. from High Density Residential to General Commercial. Consider appointing Sara Powell to fill vacant position on Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee. First reading, ordinance of The City of Greenwood establishing guidelines for a temporary suspension of certain municipal code provisions along a defined area of the city-owned property along Main Street for the purposes of conducting a public event. First reading, ordinance amending Ordinance No. 16-022, City of Greenwood Hospitality Fund budget for 2017. Resolution 1cesignating City of Greenwood as BEE CITY USA® affiliate. Consider Greenwood County Transportation Committee (CTC) paving list of streets for 2017. City council comments; city manager comments.

GREENWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT 50 TRUSTEES

TIME:6 p.m.

LOCATION:Genesis Education Center, 400 Glenwood St. boardroom.

AGENDA:recognitions; two days at the capital, April 25; early release; financial update-capital projects; open forum; bond resolution. (If needed) Closed meeting: student, personnel (recommendations and vacancies) matters contractual matters, land sale, legal advice regarding possible claims. Action on personnel recommendations and vacancies.

NINETY SIX TOWN COUNCIL

TIME:6 p.m.

LOCATION:Visitors Center.

AGENDA:update on mill site; Christmas parade winners; second reading of ordinances; committee reports; department reports. (If needed) Closed meeting. Council may take action on closed meeting items.

DUE WEST TOWN COUNCIL

TIME:6 p.m.

LOCATION:Town Hall, 103 Main St.

AGENDA:regular council business items. Legislation. Mayor’s report: fiscal year 2017-18 budget preparation and adoption, department heads, budget estimates due to mayor March; Due West Robotics Invitation; Children’s Book takes place in Due West; business license response; school board update; pool update. Council reports, comments – park update. Other department reports. Old business. New business, change April 17 council meeting date. Information on: Annual Spring Cleanup April 24-27; Geat American Cleanup April 22 (Earth Day); final reminder to council of approaching State Ethics’ deadline, March 30.

TUESDAY

PIEDMONT TECHAREA COMMISSION

TIME:5:30 p.m.

LOCATION:Lex Walters Campus, John S. Coleman Administration Building, Room 222-A.

AGENDA:A. Wade Martin Innovator of the Year; response from SC Human Affairs Commission; financial review for approval; president’s report.

GREENWOOD COUNTY COUNCIL

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE COMMITTEE

TIME:4 p.m.

LOCATION:Greenwood County Library Veterans Auditorium.

AGENDA: Consider design building contractor, the site selection, and funding for Greenwood County Animal Shelter and Humane Society of Greenwood Adoption facilities. First reading, discussion pertaining to rezone 81.21 acres at 225 Wingert Road; from Planned Development District as part of the Wingert Road PDD to Light Industrial; first reading, discussion pertaining to rezone two parcels, totaling 26.81 acres, at 1504 and 1508 Woodlawn Road from Single Family Residential to (Agricultural District; first reading, discussion pertaining to ordinance to rezone a portion of one parcel at 607 Ninety Six Highway from Single Family Residential) to General Commercial District. First reading, discussion pertaining to ordinance to rezone a portion of one parcel at 802 Ninety Six Highway; from Single Family Residential to General Commercial District; discussion pertaining to resolution designating April 2017 Fair Housing Month in Greenwood County; discussion pertaining to resolution designating April 2-8, 2017 Leith National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in Greenwood County; discussion pertaining to resolution approving an assignment of interest in the fee agreement between Greenwood County and Carolina Pride Foods Inc. dated Nov. 18, 2008 to Carolina Pride Foods LLC; discussion pertaining to resolution supporting General Assembly approval of a proviso to the fiscal year 2017-18 state budget providing grant funding to the Conestee Foundation for studies to improve the Lake Conestee Dam; discussion pertaining to the preliminary road paving list. (If needed) Closed meeting: 1) discuss employment, appointment, compensation, promotion, demotion, discipline, or release of an employee, a student, or a person regulated by a public body or the appointment of a person to a public body; 2) discuss negotiations incident to proposed contractual arrangements and proposed sale or purchase of property; the receipt of legal advice where the legal advice relates to a pending, threatened, or potential claim or other matters covered by the attorney-client privilege; 3) discuss matters relating to the proposed location, expansion, or the provision of services encouraging location or expansion of industries or other businesses in the area served by the body. Action may be taken on items discussed in closed meeting.

GREENWOOD COUNTY COUNCIL

TIME:5:30 p.m.

LOCATION:Greenwood County Library Veterans Auditorium.

AGENDA:public comment (sign-in only). Public hearing and third reading, ordinance authorizing an amendment to that certain inducement agreement, dated Jan. 16, 1996, and lease purchase agreement, dated Dec. 1, 1996, by and between Greenwood County and Fuji Photo Film, Inc., and a related memorandum of lease for recording, dated Dec. 1, 1996, by Greenwood County, and which relate to expansions of existing manufacturing, warehousing and distribution facilities of Fuji Photo Film Inc. and located in Greenwood County, and by which Fuji Photo Film is required to make payments of a fee-in-lieu of property taxes for assets placed in service and related to these expanded facilities, and whereby under such amendment the term of such agreements and the related memorandum of lease for recording shall be extended from twenty to thirty years, and other related matters. Public hearing and third reading, ordinance authorizing an amendment to that certain inducement agreement, dated Feb. 10, 1998, and lease purchase agreement, dated Dec. 1, 1998 (as amended), by and between Greenwood County and Fuji Photo Film Inc., and a related memorandum of lease for recording, dated Dec/0 1, 1998, by Greenwood County and which relate to expansions of existing manufacturing, warehousing and distribution facilities of Fuji Photo Film Inc. and located in Greenwood County, and by which Fuji Photo Film is required to make payments of a fee-in-lieu of property taxes for assets placed in service and related to these expanded facilities, and whereby under such amendment the term of such agreements and the related memorandum of lease for recording shall be extended from twenty to thirty years, and other related matters. Second reading, ordinance authorizing (1) the execution and delivery of a fee in lieu of tax and incentive agreement by and between Greenwood County and one or more companies collectively identified for the time being as Project Gold Rush, acting for themselves, one or more affiliates, and/or other project sponsors, pursuant to which the County shall covenant to accept certain negotiated fees in lieu of Ad Valorem taxes (FILOT) with respect to the establishment of certain facilities in the county; (2) certain special source revenue credits with respect to the project; (3) the benefits of a multi-county industrial or business park to be made available to the company and the project; and (4) Other matters relating thereto. Second reading, ordinance amending the existing master agreement governing the Greenwood-Newberry Industrial Park by and between Greenwood Count and Newberry County to enlarge the boundaries of such park to include certain property located in Greenwood County, or to be hereafter owned and/or operated by one or more companies collectively identified for the time being as Project Gold Rush; and authorizing other related matters. Second reading, consider the design building contractor, the site selection and funding for Greenwood County Animal Shelter and Humane Society of Greenwood Adoption facilities. First reading, ordinance to rezone 81.21 acres at 225 Wingert Road from Planned Development District as part of the Wingert Road PDD to Light Industrial. First reading, ordinance tp rezone two parcels totaling 26.81 acres, at 1504 and 1508 Woodlawn Road from Single Family Residential to Agricultural District. First reading, ordinance t rezone a portion of one parcel at 607 Ninety Six Highway, from Single Family Residential to General Commercial District. First reading, ordinance to rezone a portion of one parcel at 802 Ninety Six Highway, from Single Family Residential) to General Commercial District. Resolution designating April 2017 Fair Housing Month in Greenwood County. Resolution designating April 2-8, 2017 Leith NationalCrime Victims’ Rights Week in Greenwood County. Resolution approving an assignment of interest in the fee agreement between Greenwood County and Carolina Pride Foods Inc. dated Nov. 18, 2008 to Carolina Pride Foods LLC. Discussion pertaining to Resolution supporting General Assembly approval of a proviso to the fiscal year 2017-18 state budget providing grant funding to the Conestee Foundation for studies to improve the Lake Conestee Dam. District reports; manager’s report. (If needed) Closed meeting: 1) discuss employment, appointment, compensation, promotion, demotion, discipline, or release of an employee, a student, or a person regulated by a public body or the appointment of a person to a public body; 2) discuss negotiations incident to proposed contractual arrangements and proposed sale or purchase of property; the receipt of legal advice where the legal advice relates to a pending, threatened, or potential claim or other matters covered by the attorney-client privilege; 3) discuss matters relating to the proposed location, expansion, or the provision of services encouraging location or expansion of industries or other businesses in the area served by the body. Action may be taken on items discussed in closed meeting.

WARE SHOALS TOWN COUNCIL

TIME:6:30 p.m.

LOCATION:town hall, 8 Mill St.

SALUDA COUNTY COUNCIL

TIME:6:30 p.m.

LOCATION:county administration building, 400 W. Highland St., Saluda.

AGENDA:budget work session.

MCCORMICK COUNTY COUNCIL

TIME:7 p.m.

LOCATION:administration center, 610 S. Mine St., McCormick.

AGENDA:recognize Brylee Drennan, Upstate Regional Winner, 4H Wildlife Food Plot Project. Speakers: Michael Barron, McCormick fire chief; Mike Briggs, Central SC Alliance. Resolution to change name of industry Palace Foods to Plum Branch Foods Inc. Consider authorizing the use of $9,600 from the economic development account to survey Tracts 151-00-00-37,151-00-00-39 and 151-00-00-42 (Airport Property) utilizing the professional services of Darrell Newby; consider authorizing administrator to sign agreement with QS1 for tax processing and software management for fiscal year 2017-18; consider authorizing administrator to increase fixed assets threshold limits from $1,000 to $5,000; consider authorizing administrator to enter into lease purchase agreement with First Citizens Bank at a rate of 1.56 percent for 2 years to purchase radio equipment; consider authorizing administrator to purchase radio equipment from Augusta Communications Inc. at a cost not to exceed $735,852; committee reports. (If needed) Closed meeting to receive legal advice on the FLC Properties, McBurney Chamberlain Road and Willington Property, personnel matter concerning administrator and contractual matters concerning the Water & Sewer Department. Afterward, information items: 1) study: McCormick County Paycheck Friendly Place in SC; 2) email from Thompson Forest Consultants Inc.

LAURENS COUNTY SCHOOLDISTRICT 56 TRUSTEES

TIME:6 p.m.

LOCATION:Clinton High School, Professional Development Room (104, yellow hall).

AGENDA:financial workshop.

LAURENS COUNTY PLANNINGCOMMISSION

TIME:5:30 p.m.

LOCATION:Hillcrest Square Administration Building.

AGENDA:Brock and Scott appeal; Tower Ordinance revisions; discussion on next ordinance to work on; public comment; commission members comments.

WEDNESDAY

GREENWOOD METROPOLITANDISTRICT COMMISSIONERS

TIME:9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

LOCATION:Emmett F. Brooks Facility, 110 Metro Drive.

AGENDA:workshop, industrial awards and luncheon.

GREENWOOD METROPOLITANDISTRICT COMMISSIONERS

TIME:1:30 p.m.

LOCATION:Emmett F. Brooks Facility, 110 Metro Drive, commission room.

AGENDA:Mr. Jim Horne, U.S. EPA Washington, D.C.; Report from Greenwood Partnership Alliance. Receive and open bids for network upgrade; receive and open bids for backup appliance; receive and open bids for virtual servers. Consider 2017 resolution of Greenwood Metropolitan Commission for Greenwood Metro requesting Greenwood County Council to levy sufficient taxes for the purposes of paying principal and interest on bonds, such taxes applying to all property with the District; consider leasing eight vehicles from Enterprise Leasing, annual lease amount $68,671; manager’s report; February service and finance reports for information and review; February service. Unfinished business. New business. (If needed) Closed meeting to review receive legal advice on two matters. Afterward, the public meeting may be re-opened to take action on matters discussed in closed meeting.

THURSDAY

GREENWOOD CPW

TIME:10 a.m.

LOCATION:121 W. Court Ave.

AGENDA:financial statement. Consider chamber membership. Consider bids for: subcompact car; pumps; small service bucket truck; welder ventilation system; small trackhoe; vertical turbine pump overhaul; SCADA filter console upgrade; substation breaker repair. Consider GIS software license upgrade. Consider coal ash settlement agreement. Old business. (If needed) Closed meeting to discuss contractual matter. Afterward, the commissioners may return to open session to take action on matters discussed in closed meeting.