2015 Resolutions

DescriptionDate
2015/1 January 26, 2015
A resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement between the County and the South Carolina Association of Counties relating to the South Carolina Association of Counties being authorized and designated as the claimant agent for the County pursuant to the Setoff Debt Collection Act of 2003, as amended, and to authorize the Beaufort County Library to use the procedures provided in Chapter 56, Title 12 as the initial step in the collection of delinquent fees.
2015/2 February 9, 2015
A resolution of Beaufort County, South Carolina dissolving the Southern Corridor Review Board and the Northern Corridor Review Board
2015/3 March 9, 2015
A resolution of Beaufort County Council supporting the adoption of South Carolina House Bill 3562 to allow a one-cent local option sales tax the revenue of which would be used to provide a credit against property taxes levied in the County for school operations
2015/4 March 9, 2015
A resolution of Beaufort County Council directing all appropriated funds in the possession of the Lowcountry Economic Alliance to the Beaufort County Human Services Alliance
2015/5 March 9, 2015
A resolution of Beaufort County Council in support of the creation of an outlying airfield for use of the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort
2015/6 March 23, 2015
A resolution designating April 2015 as Fair Housing Month
2015/7 March 23, 2015
A resolution to terminate Health Care Benefits for Certain Retirees
2015/8 March 23, 2015
A resolution agreeing to apply to the S.C. Department of Transportation for a matching grant in the amount of $80,000 to assist with ferry service to and from Daufuskie Island
2015/9 March 23, 2015
A resolution authorizing the County Administrator to prepare and submit a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Infrastructure application for the Seabrook Water Lines Installation Project
2015/10 March 23, 2015
A resolution to commission an Animal Service Officer to enforce County Animal Ordinances
2015/11 April 13, 2015
A resolution endorsing the relocation of the Old Sheldon Church Road electric transmission line as proposed by South Carolina Electric and Gas Company
2015/12 April 13, 2015
A resolution directing administration to determine other suitable uses for the 77.875 acres in the Lobeco area of Beaufort County, identified as Beaufort County TM #R700 028 000 024A0000 or, in the alternative, it will remain undeveloped (Duncan Farms property)
2015/13 April 13, 2015
A resolution of Beaufort County Council requesting that the Beaufort County Legislative Delegation adopt a resolution to abolish the County Transportation Committee and devolve its powers and duties to Beaufort County Council
2015/14 April 13, 2015
A resolution transferring 43.57 acres of property located on the Chechessee River to the Beaufort County Rural and Critical Lands Program
2015/15 April 27, 2015
A resolution of Beaufort County Council to establish a commission to consider proposals for funding capital projects in Beaufort County, South Carolina, pursuant to Section 4-10-300, et seq., of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, as amended; to provide for the composition and appointment of such commission; and other matters related thereto
2015/16 April 27, 2015
A resolution supporting and endorsing the Hargray Communications Lowcountry Broadband Plan in Beaufort County
2015/17 May 26, 2015
A resolution supporting Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island and receipt and analysis of the recommendations of the 2015 Joint Land Use Studies
2015/18 June 8, 2015
Economic Development Policy for Beaufort County
2015/19 July 27, 2015
A resolution adopting the Beaufort County Stormwater Study, the recommendations contained therein and will take all such action deemed necessary to meet federally mandated regulations
2015/20 July 27, 2015
A resolution authorizing the County Administrator to prepare the necessary documents to establish a nonprofit Economic Corporation to coordinate and implement economic development plans and initiatives for Beaufort County
2015/21 August 10, 2015
A resolution authorizing the County Administrator and/or his designated representative to execute any and all documents necessary to supplement existing coverages and to purchase blanket fidelity bond(s) in an amount meeting or exceeding the minimum value of the bond required by Section 23-13-20, South Carolina Code of Laws.
2015/22 August 24, 2015
A resolution memorializing the appointing of members to the Commission created pursuant to the Capital Project Sales Tax Act, S.C. Code Ann. §4-10-300, et seq. (Sup. 2003); to provide for the duties and responsibilities of the commission members and to provide for other matters relating thereto
2015/23 August 24, 2015
A resolution to amend the resolution adopting the Beaufort County Stormwater Utility Rate Study dated August 18, 2015 to decrease the countywide infrastructure fee for rate payers in the municipal jurisdictions
2015/24 August 24, 2015
A resolution authorizing the filing of applications with the Federal Transit Administration, an operating Administration of the United States Department of Transportation, for federal transportation assistance authorized by 49 U.S.C. Chapter 53; Title 23, United States Code, or other federal statutes administered by the Federal Transit Administration
2015/25 September 28, 2015
A resolution to accept a Rural Development Act grant in the amount of $150,000 for the Myrtle Park building
2015/26 October 26, 2015
A resolution authorizing the purchase of fidelity bond covering County officials and employees who are statutorily required to be bonded
2015/27 November 9, 2015
A resolution to commission Animal Service Officer Jason Wingler to enforce Beaufort County Animal Ordinances for Beaufort County pursuant to the authority granted in Section 4­9-145 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, as amended
2015/28 December 14.2015
An emergency resolution waiving standard County Procurement Procedures which will allow the County to enter into a contract with JS Construction for construction of the two frontage roads from U.S. Highway 278 onto property which is owned by St. Gregory the Great and on which currently sit both the church and the school