2017 BOARD ACTIONS

TOWN BOARD
PLANNING BOARD
  1. Adopted R17-11- Resolution Expressing Appreciation And Thanks To Adam Rodriguez.
  2. Adopted R17-12- Resolution Expressing Appreciation And Thanks To Girl Scout Troop 1227.
  3. Donated $500 from Founders' Day proceeds to Providence Home.
  4. Adopted Ordinance 2017-04 - Ordinance Amending Article 7 Of The Zoning Ordinance.
  5. Authorized the Town Attorney to negotiate a month-to-month real estate listing agreement with Maus, Warwick, Matthews & Co. for the marketing of amenities at Brunswick Riverwalk at Belville.
  1. Reappointed Mr. Stuart Smith to serve as the WMPO's CAC representative.
  2. Reappointed Mr. Lee Taylor to serve a three-year term on the Belville Planning Board.
  3. Adopted R17-09-Resolution Opposing House Bill 587.
  1. Adopted R17- 08 - Resolution By The Belville Board Of Commissioners Commemorating The Town's 40th Birthday.
  2. Approved a budget amendment for FY 2016-2017, to adjust for town hall construction costs.
  3. Approved repairs to asphalt along Grey Fox Court.
  1. Adopted R17-07- Resolution By The Belville Board Of Commissioners Approving the Brunswick County Greenway, Bike Routes and Paddle Trail Plan.
  2. Authorized staff to advertise vacancy on the Belville Planning Board.
  3. Authorized staff to advertise vacancy on the WMPO's Citizen Advisory Committee.
  4. Adopted Ordinance 2017-02-Ordinance Amending Articles 5 And 11 Of The Zoning Ordinance.
  5. Adopted Ordinance 2017-03-Ordinance Amending The Official Zoning Map Of The Town Of Belville
  1. Adopted R17-01-Resolution By The Belville Board Of Commissioners Expressing Appreciation And Thanks To Boy Scout Troop 747.
  2. Adopted R17-02-Resolution By The Belville Board Of Commissioners Expressing Appreciation And Thanks To Cub Scout Pack 747.
  3. Adopted R17-03-Resolution By The Belville Resolution By The Belville Board Of Commissioners Expressing Appreciation And Thanks To Cape Fear River Watch.
  4. Adopted R17-04-Resolution Exempting Construction Materials Testing And Subsurface Exploration/Geotechnical Service Agreements With ECS Southeast, LLP From The Procurement Requirements of N.C.G.S. 143-64.31
  5. Adopted Ordinance 2017-01-Ordinance Requesting Modification Of The Speed Limit On The Portion Of Stoney Creek Lane Located Within The Corporate Limits Of The Town of Belville, North Carolina
  6. R17-05-Resolution Authorizing The Town of Belville To Submit An Application To The Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization In The Amount Of $199,980 For Surface Transportation Block Grant Program - Direct Appointment Funds For The Rice Hope Connection Multi-Use Path
  7. R17-06- Resolution Authorizing The Town of Belville To Submit An Application To The Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization In The Amount Of $150,480 For Transportation Alternatives Set Aside - Direct Appointment Funds For The Belville Elementary Multi-Use Path

PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD

  1. Adopted proposed text amendments to Article 7 (Overlay Districts) of the Zoning Ordinance; thereby conforming the ordinance to recently enacted legislation and eliminating building setback requirements in Section 7.3.5 (Interior Site Layout) and adopted a consistency statement.
  1. Scheduled a public hearing to review proposed text amendments to Article 7 of the Zoning Ordinance on April 4, 2017 at 6:30pm at Town Hall.
  1. Tasked the staff to continue working on revisions to Articles 7 and 12 of the Zoning Ordinance.
  2. Changed the meeting date time for the March meeting from 6:30pm to 6:00pm.
  1. Tasked the staff to continue working on revisions to Articles 7 and 12 of the Zoning Ordinance.

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

  1. Elected Lee Taylor as Chairman and Joe Boyd as Vice Chairman for a one-year term.
  2. Approved a variance request from K & L Signs, agent for The Pantry, Inc. for property located at 51 River Road, Belville, North Carolina, Brunswick County Parcel ID No. 038KA006; thereby granting a variance from Section 12.12.4 of the Zoning Ordinance pertaining to regulations for freestanding signs in the Central Business District (CBD).