SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY OFFICE CENTER BOARD ROOM
I. CALL TO ORDER Chairman Drake
II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES March 2013
III. PUBLIC HEARINGS - regarding street lighting in new residential subdivisions
1. Amendment to Municipal Code Sec. 14-37a, Approval of plat required:
(a) Whenever any subdivision of land is proposed, and before any permit for the erection of a structure shall be granted, the subdivider or his agent shall apply in writing to the agent for the approval of the suvdivions plat and submit three (3) copies of the preliminary plat including the lot, street and utilities layout, as well as property owners' association documents (residential subdivisions only) that include, among other stipulations, that the installation, maintenance, and operation of all common elements, including but not limited to street lighting, are the responsibility of the association. No lot shall be sold until a final plat and property owners' association documents if required for the subdivision shall have been approved and recorded.
2. Amendment to Muncipal Code Sec. 14-207, Street lights:
(a) In any proposed residential subdivision containing five (5) or more building sites the developer/owner of such subdivision shall cause to be installed, at no cost to the county, street lights of a type and design and at locations approved by the agent.
(b) Street lighting maintenance and utility costs in residential subdivisions shall be the responsibility of the property owner's association in perpetuity, as outlined in the property owners' association documents.
(c) In nonresidential subdivisions, street lighting shall be installed at no cost to the county of a type and design and at locations approved by the agent. The maintenance and utility costs associated with street lighting in nonresidential subdivisions may be borne by the county.
IV. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
1. Capital Improvements Plan financing discussion
2. Comprehensive Plan mapping for Newsoms-Boykins-Branchville Area, Capron Area, Drewryville Area, Sedley Area, remainder of County outside of Planning/Community areas.
V. NEW BUSINESS - Ordinances for consideration after adoption of the Comprehensive Plan
1. Accessory Dwelling Units
2. Temporary family health care structures
3. Nonconforming uses
4. Examples of mixed use districts
a. Village Center
b. Planned Districts - Residential, Commercial, Mixed Use, Industrial
VI. BZA Matters - None
VII. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
VIII. ITEMS OF INTEREST