STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA CANE CREEK WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT
COUNTY OF HENDERSON MARCH 25, 1999
The Cane Creek Water & Sewer District Board met for a special called meeting on Thursday, March 25, 1999 at 3:00 p.m. in the Commissioners= Conference Room of the Henderson County Office Building at 100 North King Street, Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Present were: Chairman Grady Hawkins, Vice-Chair Bill Moyer, Commissioner Marilyn Gordon, Commissioner Renee Kumor, Commissioner Don Ward, County Manager David E. Nicholson, Assistant County Manager Angela S. Beeker, and Acting Clerk, Avalina B. Merrill.
CANE CREEK WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT
Chairman Hawkins called for a motion to convene as the Cane Creek and Sewer District. Commissioner Kumor made a motion to do so. All voted in favor and the motion carried.
Cane Creek Water and Sewer Advisory Board
Chairman Hawkins advised the Board that Mayor Parrish, on behalf of the Town of Fletcher, made a suggestion regarding the appointments to the Cane Creek Water and Sewer Advisory Board. Mr. Hawkins summarized the suggestion: (a) Two appointments by Fletcher to the Advisory Board as the largest user and revenue producer within the District. One member would be a member of their Town Council; the other member would be a property owner within the Town of Fletcher who is connected to the System, possibly a representative of the industrial community. (b) The County, as owners of the System, would have three members: One Commissioner, a member residing outside the Cane Creek Water & Sewer District and one member who is connected to the System but outside the town limits of the Town of Fletcher.
It was the consensus of the Board to accept Mayor Parrish=s suggestion for the appointments to the Advisory Board.
Town of Fletcher Projects/Grants
Chairman Hawkins asked the Board to review and consider a resolution to permit the Town of Fletcher to apply and receive grant assistance to aid in the construction and maintenance of the Cane Creek Water and Sewer District projects within the Town of Fletcher. It was the consensus of the Board to adopt the resolution as drafted.
Chairman Hawkins asked the Board to review and consider an interlocal agreement between the Board and the Town of Fletcher to establish some regulations for the public wastewater collection lines of the Cane Creek Water and Sewer District within the corporate limits of the Town of Fletcher. There was some discussion by the Board. Commissioner Moyer recommended a text revision under General Provisions, Item (d). He recommended a definitive sentence that would state the interlocal agreement would be terminated if the grant application was denied for any reason. Commissioner Moyer also questioned the significance of termination of the interlocal agreement 6-30-2002. He expressed concern about the control of collection rates when the interlocal agreement terminates in 2002 as stated. A few other minor text revisions were recommended for clarifications of the agreement.
Commissioner Kumor made a motion for the Board to enter the interlocal agreement with the Town of Fletcher with the recommended revisions incorporated. All voted in favor and the motion carried.
Commissioner Moyer made a motion to adjourn as the Cane Creek Water and Sewer District. All voted in favor and the motion carried.
Avalina B. Merrill Grady Hawkins, Chairman
Acting Clerk to the Board Henderson County Board of Commissioners