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File #: 18-4940    Version: 1 Name: Public Hearing-Street Lighting Final Assessment
Type: Public Hearing Status: Public Hearing
File created: 9/14/2018 In control: LUESA
On agenda: 10/2/2018 Final action:
Title: : Street Lighting Final Assessments
Attachments: 1. Street lighting assessment Letter - 2018 Certification of Prop Owners Notice.pdf, 2. 18-4940 CAPPS HOLLOW SUBDIVISION.pdf, 3. 18-4940 CARDINAL WOODS SUBDIVISION AND CARDINAL WOODS ESTATE.pdf, 4. 18-4940 HEARTHSTONE SUBDIVISION.pdf, 5. 18-4940 MCGINNIS VILLAGE SUBDIVISION.pdf, 6. 18-4940 MOUNTAIN POINT SUBDIVISION.pdf, 7. 18-4940 MOUNTAIN POINT ESTATES SUBDIVISION.pdf, 8. 18-4940 ROYAL OAKS SUBDIVISION.pdf, 9. 18-4940 SPICEWOOD SUBDIVISION1.pdf
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Title:
Street Lighting Final Assessments

Summary
ACTION:
A) Acknowledge receipt of certification that a notice of the public hearing was mailed by first class mail to all property owners in the Capps Hollow, Cardinal Woods and Cardinal Woods Estate, Hearthstone, McGinnis Village, Mountain Point, Mountain Point Estates, Royal Oaks and Spicewood Subdivisions;

B) Open Public Hearing on Assessment Rolls for Mecklenburg County’s participation in the Street Lighting Assessment project for the Capps Hollow, Cardinal Woods and Cardinal Woods Estate, Hearthstone, McGinnis Village, Mountain Point, Mountain Point Estates, Royal Oaks and Spicewood Subdivisions; and

C) Close Public Hearing and adopt Final Assessment Resolution for Capps Hollow, Cardinal Woods and Cardinal Woods Estate, Hearthstone, McGinnis Village, Mountain Point, Mountain Point Estates, Royal Oaks and Spicewood Subdivisions


Staff Contact: Amy Johnson, Senior Fiscal Administrator, LUESA

Presentation: No

BACKGROUND/JUSTIFICATION:
Mecklenburg County participates in an assessment program to provide street lighting in order to increase safety in subdivisions. Homeowners in these subdivisions went through a rigorous petition process that qualified the subdivisions for funding in the form of a loan for the installation and operation of street lights. Homeowners are in turn assessed for these costs until the subdivisions are incorporated into the city limits. The public hearing is required by General Statutes and will allow property owners in these subdivisions to comment on the street lighting assessments for operating costs paid during the fiscal year 2018. After the close of the public hearing, the Board of County Commissioners will be asked to adopt the eight Resolutions authorizing the County Tax Collector’s Office to assess the property owners within these subdivisions, the cost of operating the street lighting fixtures in fiscal year 2018.

PROCUREMENT BACKGROUND:
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POLICY IMPACT:
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