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Agenda 2021 07-13J U LY 13, 2021 9:00 A M M E E T I N G C A L L E D TO O R D E R (C hair Julia O ls on-Boseman) I N VO C AT I O N (Reverend Jerry Pears on, S t. John's A M E Church) P L E D G E O F A L L E G I A N C E (C ommis s ioner Jonathan Barfield, Jr.) A P P R O VA L O F C O N S E N T A G E N DA C O N S E N T A G E N DA I TE M S O F B U S I N E S S 1.A pproval of M inutes 2.S econd Reading: A pproval of S olid Was te F ranchise for P riority Waste I nc. 3.A pproval of M ay 2021 Tax C ollec8on Reports 4.A pproval of Board of Educa8on Budget A mendment from Bond C on8ngency to Complete S chool P rojects E S T I M AT E D M I N U T E S R EG U L A R A G E N DA I T E M S O F B U S I N E S S 5 5.Considera8on of a Resolu8on H onoring F ormer C ape Fear P ublic U 8lity A uthority Execu8ve D irector James R. F lechtner 20 6.N A C o A w ards Recogni8on 10 7.Considera8on of Trans fer and D ona8on of County-O w ned P roperty Located at 1410 S outh 15th S treet to Novant H ealth, a Non-P rofit, for a Novant H ealth Michael J ordan Family Medical C linic 20 8.Cape Fear Toll C rossing P resenta8on 10 9.CommiBee A ppointments P U B L I C C O M M E N T S O N N O N -A G E N DA I T E M S (limit thre e minutes) E S T I M AT E D M I N U T E S A D D I T I O N A L A G E N DA I TE M S O F B U S I N E S S 10.A ddi8onal I tems County Manager County Commissioners Clerk to the Board County ABorney Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 11.A D J O U R N Note: M inutes listed for each item are es mated, and if a pr eceding item takes less 8me, the Board w ill move forward un8l the agenda is completed. Mission N ew H anov er County is commiBed to progressiv e public policy, s uperior s ervice, courteous contact, judicious exercise of authority, and s ound fis cal management to meet the needs and concerns of our ci8zens today and tomorrow. V ision A vibrant pros perous , div ers e coas tal community, commiBed to building a sustainable future for genera8ons to come. C ore Values I ntegrity - A ccountability - P rofessionalis m - I nnova8on - S tew ards hip Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 C onsent DE PA R T M E N T: Governing B ody P R E S E N T E R(S ): Kym C rowell, C lerk to the B oard C O N TA C T(S ): Kym C rowell S U B J EC T: A pproval of M inutes B R I E F S U M M A RY: Approve minutes from the following meengs: Special Meeng held on J une 8, 2021 Agenda Review held on J une 17, 2021 Regular Meeng held on J une 22, 2021 S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Approve minutes. C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 C onsent DE PA R T M E N T: C ounty A orney P R E S E N T E R(S ): Kemp B urpeau, D eputy C ounty A orney and J oe Suleyman, E nvironmental Management D irector C O N TA C T(S ): Kemp B urpeau and J oe Suleyman S U B J EC T: S econd Reading: A pproval of S olid Waste Franchise for P riority Waste I nc. B R I E F S U M M A RY: N ew H ano ver C ounty requires a county issued fra nchise to collect so lid waste. Pursuant to C ounty O rdinance 44.55, the a pplic ant has pro vided informa )o n abo ut his business organiza)on, equipment, personnel and fiscal responsibility. T he E nviro nmental Management Director has no objec)ons to the f ranchise request. T he renewal franchise period would run for seven years. Staff has reviewed only f o r compliance with the C o unty C ode. Pro spec)ve customers of any hauler must make their own determina)on as to suitability of provider and services. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Authorize franchise award. T he first reading was unanimously approved on J une 22, 2021. U pon final franchise award, the company will provide C er)ficates of I nsurance, agree to not bring outside waste into the county and to haul all waste to a county designated facility, if required by law. AT TA C H M E N TS : Descrip)on Franchise Agmt C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) R ecommend approval. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 2 New Hanover County Contract # 21-0407 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA AWARD OF FRANCHISE AGREEMENT FOR COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER SOLID WASTE SERVICES THIS FRANCHISE AGREEMENT made and entered into this the ____day of ________ 2021, by and between NEW HANOVER COUNTY, North Carolina, a political subdivision of the State of North Carolina, hereinafter called “County” and PRIORITY WASTE, INC., a North Carolina corporation, with its principal mailing address is4891 Long Beach Rd,. St 3-287, Southport, NC, 28461, hereinafter called “Operator.” WITNESSETH WHEREAS, the County has, through the power granted to it under G.S. 153A-136, adopted an ordinance regulating the collection and disposal of solid wastes and requiring that all waste haulers have a license and a franchise in order to operate in the County, in order to provide the residents and commercial customer of the County with reliable, environmentally sound waste disposal now and in the future; and WHEREAS, Operator has contracted with commercial and/or residential customers located in New Hanover County in order to provide solid waste collection and disposal; and NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual benefits inuring to the parties hereto and based upon the mutual covenants contained herein and the considerations stated herein, the parties do hereby covenant and agree, and County hereby conveys a non- exclusive franchise to Operator, to collect and dispose of solid wastes to commercial and/or residential customers in the County. The parties therefore agree to the following terms and conditions: 1. Terms of Agreement. The initial term of this Franchise Agreement shall be seven (7) years from the date of signing. The Franchise may automatically renew and extend for a subsequent seven (7) year term, contingent upon County Commissioners approval pursuant to G.S. 153A-46. 2. Scope of Services. For the term of this Franchise Agreement, Operator agrees to provide commercial and/or residential customers with solid waste collection and transportation to County-approved disposal sites. 3. Disposal at County-Approved Facilities. Operator agrees to dispose of all waste collected in the County, as part of this franchise agreement, at County-approved facilities consistent with State law. With regard to County-approved facilities, said approval must be obtained by Operator prior to the disposal at said facilities, and said approval shall be granted or denied entirely at the discretion of the County. The County also has the authority to designate which facilities shall be used. 4. Administration/Billing. All billing of customers shall remain the responsibility of the franchisee. 5. Franchise. It is understood and agreed that all of the terms and conditions of New Hanover County Code Chapter 44, entitled “Solid Waste,” pertaining to a franchise Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 2 - 1 - 1 New Hanover County Contract # 21-0407 for solid waste collections are incorporated herein by reference and made a part hereof as if fully set forth, including but not limited to insurance requirements. 6. Personnel and Equipment. Operator shall equip and maintain all vehicles with staff and equipment to comply with any applicable regulations and laws. 7. Independent Contractor. It is mutually understood and agreed that Operator is an independent contractor and not an agent of the county, and as such, Operator, its agents and employees shall not be entitled to any County employee benefits, and as such, Operator, its agents and employees shall not be entitled to any County employment benefits, such as, but not limited to, vacation, sick leave, insurance, workers’ compensation, or pension or retirement benefits. 8. Indemnity. To the extent permitted by law, Operator shall indemnify and hold the County, its agents and employees, harmless against any and all claims, demands, causes of action, or other liability, including attorneys’ fees, on account of personal injuries or death or on account of property damages arising out of or relating to the work to be performed by Operator hereunder, resulting from the negligence of or willful act or omission of Operator, its agents, employees and subcontractors. To the extent permitted by law, the County shall indemnify and hold the Operator, its agents and employees, harmless against any and all claims, demands causes of action, or other liability, including attorneys’ fees, on account of personal injuries or death or on account of property damages arising out of or related to the solid waste services operated and administered by the County, and resulting from the negligence of or willful act or omission of the County, its agents, employees, and subcontractors. 9. Business Auto Liability. Operator shall maintain applicable Business Liability and, if necessary, Commercial Umbrella Liability insurance with a limit of not less than $1,000,000 each accident. Such insurance shall cover liability arising out of any auto, including owned, hired, and non-owned autos used in the performance of work or services. 10. Assignment, Contracting. The parties agree that this agreement is not transferable or assignable by either party without the written consent of the other party to this agreement. Operator shall not subcontract with another entity to perform the services described herein without the approval of the County Manager or his designee. 11. Termination. The franchisee may terminate this franchise upon three hundred sixty-five (365) days written notice, or less notice with the consent of the County. The County may only revoke the franchise for cause as set out in Chapter 44, “Solid Waste,” of the New Hanover County Code. This franchise may be modified or revoked by the County in the event that an ordinance is passed by the Board of Commissioners creating an exclusive franchise system for residential solid waste collection in the unincorporated County. 12. Non-Waiver of Rights. It is agreed that County’s failure to insist upon the strict performance of any provision of this agreement or to exercise any right based upon Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 2 - 1 - 2 New Hanover County Contract # 21-0407 a breach thereof, or the acceptance of any performance during such breach, shall not constitute a waiver of any rights under this agreement. 13. Equal Opportunity. In connection with the performance of this agreement, Operator agrees not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, religion, color, sex, age, disability, or national origin. 14. Entire Agreement. This agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the parties with regard to the provision of solid waste collection and disposal. No modification of rescission of this agreement shall be effective unless evidenced by a writing signed by both parties to this agreement. 15. E-Verify Compliance. Operator shall fully comply with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security employee legal status E-Verify requirements for itself and all its subcontractors. Violation of the provision, unless timely cured, shall constitute a breach of contract. IN WITNESS THEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands and seals by authority duly given, on the day and year first above written. PRIORITY WASTE, INC., [SEAL] ___________________________(SEAL) President Attest: ______________________ Secretary STATE OF ______________ _________________COUNTY I, ____________________________, a Notary Public of the State and County aforesaid, certify that _______________________ came before me this day and acknowledged that (s)he is President of PRIORITY WASTE, INC., a North Carolina , corporation, and that by County duly given and as the act of the corporation, the foregoing instrument was signed and sealed in its name by its President. WITNESS my hand and official seal, this ____ day of ___________________, 2021. ______________________________ __________________________ Notary Public My Commission Expires [SEAL] New Hanover County digital signature page attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 2 - 1 - 3 New Hanover County Contract # 21-0407 Priority Waste, Inc. 4891 Long Beach Rd. St 3-287 Southport, NC 28461 3898 Old Bridge Rd. Southport, NC 28461 Subject: Franchise Application Company Info: Priority Waste, Inc. Mail 4891 Long Beach Rd. St 3-287 Southport, NC 28461 Location 3898 Old Bridge Rd. Southport, NC 28461 Phone 910-899-6133 Type S-Corp Own Chris Terdik 70% Byrum Watson 15% Wayne Krahn 15% Equipment: Dumpsters 5-10cy 52-15cy 10-20cy 113-30cy Trucks # EMP 5 Experience 21yrs ***** P152003INTERNATIONAL 4200KB28051HTMPAFL13H601348260 00 P162003MACK RD688YA1395151M2P267C72M06371454000 P181995WHITE/GM WG64YA1471364V2JCBME3SR84705454000 P191999CHEVY KODIAK 7500JH26921GBM7H1C8XJ10340626000 P762001AUTOCAR ACL64FYA1429504V5SC8UF31N31366054000 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 2 - 1 - 4 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 C onsent DE PA R T M E N T: Tax P R E S E N T E R(S ): Trina L ewis, C ollecons Supervisor C O N TA C T(S ): Trina L ewis S U B J EC T: A pproval of M ay 2021 Tax C ollec,on Reports B R I E F S U M M A RY: N C GS 105-350 requires the Tax C ollector to submit a report showing the amount of taxes collected. O verall C ollecon Percentages for May 2021 are ahead of collecons for May 2020. T he report for May 2021 in comparison to May 2020 is as follows: N ew Hanover C ounty M ay 2021 M ay 2020 Real Property 99.58%99.30% Personal Property 94.72%94.81% Motor Vehicle 100.00%100.00% O verall C ollecon R ate 99.20%98.97% Total C ollected Y T D $175,473,235.83 $170,044,151.80 N ew Hanover C ounty Debt S ervice M ay 2021 M ay 2020 Real Property 99.57%99.30% Personal Property 94.72%94.85% Motor Vehicle 100.00%100.00% O verall C ollecon R ate 99.20%98.98% Total C ollected Y T D $23,107,566.37 $22,393,386.07 Grand Total C ollected YT D $198,580,802.20 $192,437,537.87 N ew Hanover C ounty Fire District M ay 2021 M ay 2020 Real Property 99.57%99.22% Personal Property 97.00%96.65% Motor Vehicle 100.00%100.00% O verall C ollecon R ate 99.36%98.99% Total C ollected Y T D $10,917,699.03 $10,702,500.92 S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: G ood G overnance S trong F inancial Performance Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 3 P roacvely manage the county budget R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Approve the reports. AT TA C H M E N TS : Descripon New Hanover County Monthly Collection Report for May 2021 New Hanover County Debt Service Monthly Collection Report for May 2021 New Hanover County Fire District Monthly Collection Report for May 2021 C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) R ecommend approval. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 3 Total 2020-2021 Collections YTD Total Prior Year Collections YTD 698,099.20$ Grand Total All Collections YTD 176,171,335.03$ * Detailed information for Refunds can be found in the Tax Office Chair Clerk to the Board Date New Hanover County Monthly Collection Report for May 2021 Current Year 2020-2021 Real Estate Personal Property Motor Vehicles Combined Scroll/Billed 150,029,981.01$ 14,870,952.05$ 11,865,173.76$ 176,766,106.82$ Abatements (57,196.35)$ (154,227.03)$ (211,423.38)$ Adjustments 32,810.73$ 16,023.52$ 48,834.25$ Total Taxes Charged 150,005,595.39$ 14,732,748.54$ 11,865,173.76$ 176,603,517.69$ Collections to Date 150,708,426.51$ 14,090,222.27$ 11,865,173.76$ 176,663,822.54$ Write-off 324.66$ 1,485.50$ 1,810.16$ Outstanding Balance 635,455.96$ 777,512.66$ -$ 1,416,588.94$ YTD Interest Collected 189,335.20$ 19,329.44$ 75,832.28$ 284,496.92$ 175,473,235.83$ Prior Years 2010-2019 Collection Percentage 99.58 94.72 100.00 99.20 Write-off 15,553.88$ 198,150.50$ 76,484.51$ 290,188.89$ Adjustments -$ 1,232.21$ -$ 1,232.21$ Total Levy 1,752,575.98$ 4,406,911.80$ 402,846.95$ 6,562,334.73$ *Refunds 73,272.34$ 286,046.41$ 666.35$ 359,985.10$ NEW HANOVER COUNTY Outstanding Balance 1,146,251.22$ 4,230,024.32$ 325,586.14$ 6,282,239.46$ YTD Interest Collected 91,214.68$ 35,875.24$ 725.12$ 127,815.04$ *Refunds 1,338,611.74$ 136,471.89$ 1,475,083.63$ Collections to Date 664,043.22$ 264,783.39$ 1,442.65$ 930,269.26$ Scroll 1,802,044.87$ 4,498,560.07$ 402,846.95$ 6,703,451.89$ Abatements (49,468.89)$ (92,880.48)$ -$ (142,349.37)$ Real Estate Personal Property Motor Vehicles Combined Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 3 - 1 - 1 Total 2020-2021 Collections YTD 23,107,566.37$ Total Prior Year Collections YTD 81,749.91$ * Detailed information for Refunds can be found in the Tax Office Chair Clerk to the Board Date YTD Interest Collected 9,270.26$ 3,970.13$ -$ 13,240.39$ Outstanding Balance 104,256.86$ 274,204.81$ -$ 378,507.11$ Write-off 12.54$ 10.18$ -$ 22.72$ *Refunds 5,963.26$ 2,317.45$ -$ 8,280.71$ Collections to Date 78,912.90$ (2,122.67)$ -$ 76,790.23$ Total Levy 177,219.04$ 269,774.87$ -$ 446,993.91$ Adjustments 162.61$ 162.61$ Abatements (6,370.98)$ (10,614.11)$ (16,985.09)$ Scroll 183,590.02$ 280,226.37$ -$ 463,816.39$ Prior Years 2010-2019 Real Estate Personal Property Motor Vehicles Combined YTD Interest Collected 24,988.56$ 2,496.02$ 9,984.60$ Outstanding Balance 85,834.24$ 102,223.64$ -$ 186,953.87$ Collection Percentage 99.57 94.72 100.00 99.20 2,122.35$ -$ 6,460.50$ Collections to Date 19,708,149.66$ 1,833,736.40$ 1,565,680.31$ 23,107,566.37$ Write-off 68.19$ 204.95$ 273.14$ *Refunds 308.59$ 1,341.70$ 1,650.29$ Combined NEW HANOVER COUNTY New Hanover County Debt Service Monthly Collection Report for May 2021 Current Year 2020-2021 Real Estate Personal Property Motor Vehicles Abatements (7,546.85)$ (20,336.60)$ -$ (27,883.45)$ Scroll/Billed 19,796,952.20$ 1,953,037.54$ 1,565,680.31$ 23,315,670.05$ Total Taxes Charged 19,793,743.50$ 1,934,823.29$ 1,565,680.31$ 23,294,247.10$ Adjustments 4,338.15$ Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 3 - 2 - 1 Total 2020-2021 Collections YTD Total Prior Year Collections YTD (141,124.59)$ Grand Total All Collections YTD 10,776,574.44$ * Detailed information for Refunds can be found in the Tax Office Chair Clerk to the Board Date Combined Scroll/Billed 9,016,674.83$ 1,044,680.34$ 905,878.99$ 10,967,234.16$ 5,808.66$ (2,445.46)$ Collections to Date 8,981,092.60$ 1,014,608.64$ 905,878.99$ 10,901,580.23$ Total Taxes Charged 9,019,471.78$ 1,045,246.59$ 905,878.99$ 10,970,597.36$ New Hanover County Fire District Monthly Collection Report for May 2021 Current Year 2020-2021 Real Estate Personal Property Motor Vehicles Adjustments 5,666.18$ 142.48$ Abatements (2,869.23)$ 423.77$ Outstanding Balance 38,394.38$ 31,310.22$ -$ 70,069.22$ Write-off 38.41$ 143.90$ 182.31$ *Refunds 53.61$ 816.17$ 869.78$ -$ 157.09$ YTD Interest Collected 10,300.20$ 1,080.46$ 5,607.92$ 16,988.58$ 10,917,699.03$ Prior Years 2010-2019 Real Estate Personal Property Motor Vehicles Combined 24,031.75$ 386,223.74$ (4,864.37)$ (203,178.96)$ Collection Percentage 99.57 97.00 100.00 99.36 24,031.75$ 178,337.50$ Collections to Date 44,822.25$ (193,412.94)$ 55.77$ (148,534.92)$ -$ (208,043.33)$ Adjustments Scroll 113,568.63$ 248,623.36$ Total Levy 108,704.26$ 45,601.49$ Abatements 157.09$ *Refunds 4,621.02$ 656.79$ NEW HANOVER COUNTY 52.00$ 7,410.33$ Write-off 601.36$ 9,305.45$ 4,283.73$ 14,190.54$ Outstanding Balance 67,901.67$ 230,365.77$ 19,692.25$ 346,340.77$ YTD Interest Collected 6,283.24$ 1,075.09$ -$ 5,277.81$ Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 3 - 3 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 C onsent DE PA R T M E N T: B udget P R E S E N T E R(S ): L isa Wurtzbacher, C hief Financial O fficer C O N TA C T(S ): L isa Wurtzbacher S U B J EC T: A pproval of B oard of Educa+on Budget A mendment from Bond C on+ngency to C omplete S chool P rojects B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he B o ard o f Educao n requests approval f o r a budget amendment to mo ve $820,000.00 fro m B ond C o nngency, to complete projects at various schools throughout the county. B elow is the scope of work needed. Myrtle Grove Middle School ($100,000) to repair floor issues due to a moisture issue in six lo c aons throughout the building. A vapor barrier will be applied to the slab and fl o o r le will be replaced. T his needs to be do ne bef o re the start of the school year. Wrightsville B each E lementary ($220,000) a ddio na l f unding is needed to address indoor air quality and high humidity in the exisng seco n of the building. A design has been co mpleted to add dehumidificaon ability to the exisng H VA C system. T he funds will be used for construcon. N ew Hanover High School B rogden Hall Gym ($500,000) there are signifi cant structural deficiencies with the exisng slab and foundaon that caused the deflecon of the gym floor. A scope of work to correct these issues has been recommended by the structural engineer based on a third party engineering evaluaon and tesng. T he addional funding is needed to begin the design process and add air condioning to the Princess Place gym since the B rogden Hall gym fl o o r will no t be available for approximately one year. C onstruco n Management at R isk services will be used to assist in the design and co st esmang. T his is due to the complexity of the issues and the volale construcon market today. T he prio rity is to fi nalize a co st esmate to co mplete the repa irs and reco mmend a funding so luon within the next two months. Preliminary cost esmates indicate the correcons with be approximately $2 million. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: S uperior P ublic H ealth & S afety S us tain the community capacity to prepare for and respond to public safety demands Collaborate to opmize s ystem-wide res pons es and outcomes R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Approve N ew Hanover C ounty B oard of Educaon budget amendment. AT TA C H M E N TS : Descripon Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 4 NHCS Budget Transfer C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) R ecommend approval. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 4 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - J u l y 1 3 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 4 - 1 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 Regular DE PA R T M E N T: Governing B ody P R E S E N T E R(S ): C ommissioner Zapple C O N TA C T(S ): C ommissioner Zapple and Vaughn Hagerty, C F P UA Director of C ommunica"ons S U B J EC T: C onsidera)on of a Resolu)on Honoring Former C ape Fear P ublic U )lity A uthority E xecu)ve Director J ames R. Flechtner B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he B oard is being asked to consider a reso lu"on honoring former C ape Fear Public U "lity Autho rity (C F P UA) E xecu"ve Director J ames R . Flechtner for his 27 years o f public service to the community. Mr. Flechtner recently re"red from C F P UA. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Adopt the resolu"on. AT TA C H M E N TS : Descrip"on Resolution C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) R ecommend adoption. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 5 RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING JAMES R. FLECHTNER, FORMER CAPE FEAR PUBLIC UTILITY AUTHORITY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WHEREAS, James R. Flechtner has devoted 27 years in public service to the residents of New Hanover County (County) and the City of Wilmington (City); and WHEREAS, Mr. Flechtner’s service to the community began in 1994 as an engineer for the City of Wilmington where he spent 14 years, primarily in the division of Traffic Engineering, designing solutions that eased congestion and improved traffic flow in residential neighborhoods; and WHEREAS, in 2008, Mr. Flechtner became one of the original employees of Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA), a body politic organized by the County and City to own and operate the water and sewer utilities; and WHEREAS, Mr. Flechtner served as the CFPUA Executive Director from January 2014 through June 2021; and WHEREAS, during his tenure as Executive Director, Mr. Flechtner has overseen and supported planned growth in CFPUA’s infrastructure by working collaboratively with local governments to meet the needs of an expanding customer base and commercial activities in support of economic development; and WHEREAS, Mr. Flechtner has demonstrated his steadfast support for the public health and safety of the residents of the County; and WHEREAS, Mr. Flechtner has guided CFPUA’s response to emerging, unregulated contaminants such as PFAS, including the installation of additional filters at Sweeney Water Treatment Plant to provide the community with the cleanest water possible; and WHEREAS, during Mr. Flechtner’s service as Executive Director, CFPUA has greatly reduced the number and volume of sanitary sewer overflows; and WHEREAS, throughout his service, Mr. Flechtner has demonstrated his commitment to CFPUA’S founding principle of providing the highest quality of water and sewer services at a fair cost and its guiding principles of stewardship, sustainability, and service; and WHEREAS, it is the County’s intent to recognize Mr. Flechtner for his dedicated service to the community and his high standards of professional ethics and personal integrity. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners does hereby formally recognize and thank Mr. James R. Flechtner for his outstanding public service. ADOPTED this the 13th day of July, 2021. NEW HANOVER COUNTY ___________________________________ Julia Olson-Boseman, Chair ATTEST: ____________________________________ Kymberleigh G. Crowell, Clerk to the Board Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 5 - 1 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 Regular DE PA R T M E N T: Strategy P R E S E N T E R(S ): C hris C oudriet, C ounty Manager C O N TA C T(S ): J ennifer R igby, C hief Stragegy O fficer and J D L imberger, Senior Strategy and C onnuous I mprovement Analyst S U B J EC T: N A C o A wards Recogni,on B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he N aonal Associaon of C ounes (N A C o) recognized N ew Hano ver C ounty in 2021 by awarding 10 N AC o Achievement Awards for inno vaon. O f special note, N ew Hanover C o unty received the honor o f “Best in C ategory” in the C ounty Administraon and Management category for the “P rocess I mprovement for Health and Human S ervices M ailroom”. Each year, o ne pro gram in each of the 18 catego ries receives this presgio us designao n and we are delighted for N ew Hanover C ounty to be honored for this iniave. B elow is the full list of our programs and iniaves that have received N AC o Awards this year. “W ilmington Massacre and Coup d'état of 1898 Story Map” in the category of Arts, C ulture and Historic Preservaon “Fire Vaccina on Team Program” in the category of R isk and E mergency Management “Health and Human Services Supervision I ni a ve” in the category of Personnel Management, E mplo yment and Training “N ew Hanover County Culture of Resiliency ” in the category of Training and Professional D evelopment “Covid-19 Child Care and Housing Assistance Program” in the category of Human Services “Covid-19 Vaccina on O utreach and Plan for the Minority Community ” in the category o f C ivic Educaon and Public I nformaon “Small B usiness Grant Program” in the category of C ommunity and Economic D evelopment “Comprehensive Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic” in the category of Health “Stormwater Management Models for the Arboretum” in the category of C ounty Resiliency: I nfrastructure, E nergy, and Sustainability “Process I mprovement for the H ealth and H uman Se rvice s Mailroom” B est in C ateg ory for C ounty A dministra,on and M anagement S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: G ood G overnance Effecve County Management D eliver quality service at the right me R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Recognize awards. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 6 C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) R ecognize awards. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : R ecognized awards and took photos. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 6 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 Regular DE PA R T M E N T: C ounty Manager P R E S E N T E R(S ): T im B urgess, Deputy C ounty Manager C O N TA C T(S ): C hris C oudriet, C ounty Manager; Dr. Phillip B rown, C hief C ommunity I mpact O fficer for N ovant Health; T im B urgess S U B J EC T: C onsidera)on of Transfer and Dona)on of C ounty-Owned P roperty L ocated at 1410 S outh 15th S treet to N ovant Health, a N on-P rofit, for a N ovant Health M ichael J ordan Family M edical C linic B R I E F S U M M A RY: N ovant Health, a non-profit, has requested that N ew Hanover C ounty transfer and donate approximately two acres of land located at 1410 South 15th Street, which is owned by N ew Hanover C ounty, to N o vant H ealth for the development of o ne of the two N ovant Health Mic ha el J ordan Family Medical C linics. T he county-owned property was o riginally acquired by N ew Ha nover C o unty f ro m Duke E nergy on March 28, 2018 f o r a purc ha se price of $200,000, thro ugh f unds f ro m N ew Hanover Regional Medical C enter as part of the sale of the former N ew Hanover C ounty Health Department property to N ew Hanover Regional Medical C enter. T his property was purchased in advance o f the construc 6o n o f the Health and Human Services building to be used for overfl o w parking if needed. A9er approximately 18 months of opera6o n of the H ealth and Human Services B uilding, it has been determined that the pro perty will not be needed for overfl o w parking. I n addi6o n to the use o f the property for a medical clinic, N ovant Health also plans to work to determine if a day center shelter f o r the ho meless can be co- located on the property. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: G ood G overnance Effec6ve County Management D eliver quality service at the right 6me R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Resolve, order and approve o f the tra nsf er and dona6on o f county-owned pro perty lo cated at 1410 South 15th Street to N ovant Health, a non-profit, for use as a N ovant Health Michael J ordan Family Health C linic with the following condi6ons: 1. T hat the property will revert back to N ew Hanover C ounty or its assignee, at no cost to the county, if construc6on of the N ovant Health Michael J ordan Family Medical C linic has not commenced within five years or the property ceases to be used for a public purpose, and 2. T hat N ovant Health will work to determine if a day center shelter for the homeless can be co-located on the property, and Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 7 3. C ounty Manager and C ounty A>orney have authority to prepare and execute documents necessary to complete transfer and dona6on. AT TA C H M E N TS : Descrip6on Novant Health Letter Preliminary Site Plan C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) R ecommend resolve, order and approval of the transfer and donation with conditions as presented. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : R esolved, ordered and approved of the transfer and donation with conditions as presented 5-0. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 7 June 23, 2021 Tim Burgess Deputy County Manager New Hanover County – County Manager’s Office 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 195 Wilmington, NC 28403 Re: Request for donation of approximately two (2) acres of land located at 1410 South 15th Street, Wilmington, North Carolina Dear Mr. Burgess: On behalf of Novant Health, Inc. (“Novant Health”), I respectfully request that the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners (the “Board”) consider and approve the transfer and donation of certain county-owned property located at 1410 South 15th Street (the “Property”) to Novant Health for the development of one of two Novant Health Michael Jordan Family Medical Clinics (each a “MJFC”, and collectively, the “MJFCs”) that Novant Health intends to design, build and operate in Wilmington, NC. After an extensive vetting process of available properties in Wilmington, Novant Health selected this Property and another site located at 906 Fanning Street, Wilmington, NC, for the two new MJFCs. Based on the early success, strong health outcomes and solid business model at its initial two MJFCs established in Charlotte, NC, over the past two years, the Jordan Family further committed its philanthropic support in February 2021 to open two additional MJFCs in New Hanover County. Novant Health seeks to replicate these integrative and comprehensive clinics that focus on the most vulnerable members of our community, those with low incomes and little to no health insurance, in the greater Wilmington/New Hanover County region. Novant Health will use a portion of these philanthropic funds toward the development of one of the MJFCs on the Property. Coupled with the donation of this Property by the Board, Novant Health commits to strengthen our community by ensuring every child and their family has access to a healthy and bright future, regardless of their socioeconomic status. The scope of this particular MJFC project includes the construction of a +/- 7,500 SF medical office building that will offer multiple comprehensive services, including primary care, behavioral health, physical therapy, social work and support services, oral health, and family planning, all in support of the area’s most vulnerable patients, including low-income populations, in their own Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 7 - 1 - 1 neighborhoods. The MJFCs will contain unique characteristics that make it possible for Novant Health to provide high-quality, integrative care. This holistic care model focuses on the patient by building constructive relationships that are culturally relevant, individualized, and family centered. By hosting and nurturing robust partnerships with community organizations, the clinics can provide the comprehensive services required to optimize health, ensuring the patient receives the right care, at the right time, in the right place, and for the right price. The MJFCs will serve as beacons and community-based models, mirroring the high standards set for all primary care and family medicine practices throughout the Novant Health footprint. The Property consists of a total of approximately two (2) acres according to the New Hanover County GIS database. Currently, Novant Health intends to use the entire Property for this project; however, Novant Health is agreeable and more than willing to work with Mr. Hollis Briggs to determine if a day center shelter for the homeless can be co-located on the Property with the MJFC. For the Board’s reference, Novant Health has prepared the enclosed conceptual site plan that shows the Property post-development. Please note that this site plan is not considered final and is subject to change as planning and design further evolves. Upon the approval of the Board and the conveyance of the Property, Novant Health anticipates an estimated six (6) to nine (9) months for rezoning (to the extent required by the municipality), project design, and permitting approval. Completion of construction is expected to take an estimated twelve (12) months from receipt of a building permit, resulting in an anticipated opening of the MJFC in Q1 / Q2 – 2023. Novant Health greatly appreciates the Board’s consideration of this request for donation of the Property for this exciting opportunity. If you should need any additional details leading up to the presentation of this request, please contact me at 910-667-3513 (office), 910-470-0304 (cell) or Philip.Brown@nhrmc.org. Sincerely, Philip Brown, MD Chief Community Impact Officer Enclosure Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 7 - 1 - 2 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 7 - 2 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 Regular DE PA R T M E N T: C ounty Manager P R E S E N T E R(S ): N orth C arolina D epartment of Transportaon (N C D OT ) C O N TA C T(S ): C hris C oudriet, C ounty Manager S U B J EC T: C ape Fear Toll C rossing P resenta,on B R I E F S U M M A RY: N C D OT received a n unso licited pro posal for a toll bridge river crossing to replace the C ape Fear Memorial B ridge. N C D OT will outline the idea as informaon for the B oard of C ommissioners. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Hear presentaon. C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) Hear presentation. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Heard presentation. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 8 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQ U E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 7/13/2021 Regular DE PA R T M E N T: Governing B ody P R E S E N T E R(S ): C hair O lson-B oseman C O N TA C T(S ): Kym C rowell, C lerk to the B oard S U B J EC T: C ommi$ee A ppointments B R I E F S U M M A RY: Vacancies exist of the following boards: N ew Hanover C ounty Health and Human Services B oard N ew Hanover C ounty I nspec'ons D epartment Advisory C ouncil N ew Hanover C ounty Planning B oard Parks C onservancy of N ew Hanover C ounty, I nc. B oard of Directors S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Make appointments. AT TA C H M E N TS : Descrip'on New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board New Hanover County Inspections Department Advisory Council New Hanover County Planning Board Parks Conservancy of New Hanover County, Inc. Board of Directors C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anager) M ake appointments. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : T he following appointments were made. New Hanover C ounty H ealth and H uman S ervices B oard: P atrick Brien was appointed in the At-Large/H uman S ervices C onsumer category. Dr. Matthew Cox was appointed in the O ptometrist category. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 Dr. K ara Duffy was appointed in the Veterinarian category. Jody Long was reappointed in the P sychologist category. Dr. L ashonda Wallace was reappointed in the At-Large/H uman S ervices C onsumer category. Dr. D avid W. Zub was reappointed in the P hysician category. New Hanover C ounty Inspections Department Advisory Council: Walter P ete Avery was appointed in the C ommercial Builder category. S hawn Sweeley was appointed in the M echanical C ontractor category. New Hanover C ounty P lanning Board: Jeffrey B . P etroff was reappointed. Hansen M atthews and Jeff Stokley, J r. were appointed. P arks Conservancy of N ew H anover County, I nc. B oard of Directors Gabriella de S ouza was appointed. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT NHC Health and Human Services Board Vacancies and terms are as follows: Categories: 2 - At-Large/Human Services Consumer 4 years, expiring 7/31/25 1 - Optometrist unexpired, expiring 7/31/23 1 - Physician 4 years, expiring 7/31/25 1 - Psychologist 4 years, expiring 7/31/25 1 - Veterinarian 4 years, expiring 7/31/25 Note: Advertising is ongoing for the Dentist and Professional Engineer categories. Eligible For Applicant Reappointment Category Nominations Patrick Brien (Also serves on At-Large/Human County/City Joint Committee on Services Consumer Workforce Housing) Ellen T. Bryden At-Large/Human Services Consumer Dr. Matthew Cox Optometrist Dr. Kara Duffy Veterinarian Michelle Gunn X At-Large/Human Services Consumer Jody Long X Psychologist Mariel Leah Mayo At-Large/Human Services Consumer Dr. LaShonda Wallace X At-Large/Human Services Consumer Irving Trust At-Large/Human Services Consumer Dr. David W. Zub X Physician Attachments: Committee Information Sheet Applications Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 1 NEW HANOVER COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES BOARD Number of Members: 15, appointed in categories as follows: 1 Licensed Physician 1 Licensed Pharmacist 1 Licensed Dentist 1 Licensed Optometrist 1 Licensed/Registered Nurse 1 Licensed Veterinarian 1 Professional Engineer 4 At-Large/Consumers of Human Services 1 County Commissioner 1 Licensed Psychologist 1 Licensed Social Worker 1 Licensed Psychiatrist Terms: Staggered initially; 4 years thereafter; no member shall serve more than two (2) full consecutive terms. A county commissioner's term shall be consistent with the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners appointing practices and shall serve only as long as the member is a county commissioner per NCGS 153A-77(c). Regular Meetings: Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month at 8:00 a.m. Statute or cause creating Board: NCGS 153A-77; BOCC resolution adopted March 18, 2019 Brief on the functions: The consolidated human services board appointed by the board of county commissioners shall serve as the policy-making, rule-making, and administrative board of the consolidated human services agency. Please refer to NCGS 153A-77(d)for further detail. TERM OF OFFICE CURRENT MEMBERS CATEGORY APPOINTMENT EXPIRATION Dr. Virginia W. Adams 331 Hidden Valley Road At-Large/Human Srvs.First 6/17/19 7/31/23 Wilmington, NC 28409 Consum. 910-367-9920 (C) Dr. Linda Francis 3600 S. College Rd., E 141 Unexpired Psychiatrist 7/31/23 Wilmington, NC 28412 7/13/20 800-735-7305 (W) Michelle Gunn 4105 Breezewood Drive, Unit 104 At-Large/Human Srvs.First 6/17/19 7/31/21 Wilmington, NC 28412 Consum. 910-431-8962 (C) tres e_clwoir1+1(Veffti* Jody Long 116 Elliott Dr. Wilmington, NC 28405 Psychologist First 6/17/19 7/31/21 336-964-5638 (C) 910-623-0605 (W) De§f eS Vacant Professional Engineer 7/31/23 Linda"Candy" Robbins 4611 Split Rail Drive Social Worker First 6/17/19 7/31/23 Wilmington, NC 28412 910-392-2200 (H) Fran kie Roberts 121 Hargrove Drive At-Large/Human Srvs.First 6/17/19 7/31/23 Wilmington, NC 28411 Consum. 910-762-4635 (W) 910-262-1600 (C) Dr. Robert J. Schiffel 6422 Shinnwood Road Dentist First 6/17/19 7/31/21 Wilmington, NC 28409 910-392-5176 (H) P-Oktki AC\ OCC Dr. Stephanie D. Smith, Chair 5225 Clear Run Drive Nurse First 6/17/19 7/31/23 Wilmington, NC 28403 910-279-9830 (C) 910-962-4222 (W) Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 2 NEW HANOVER COUNTY CONSOLIDATED HUMAN SERVICES (CONT.) Dr. Melody Speck Evans 3101 Wescot Court Veterinarian First 6/17/19 7/31/21Wilmington, NC 28409 r910-798-1436 (H) 910-799-5587 (W) 9 -c-C--)C_ Dr. Kim Thrasher Home 6423 Shinnwood Road Wilmington, NC 28409 Pharmacist First 6/17/19 7/31/23 910-452-2901(H) 910-619-3755(C) 910-332-9540(W) Dr. LeShonda Wallace, Vice-Chair 4412 Woodcroft Drive At-Large/Human Srvs. First 6/17/19 7/31/21Wilmington, NC 28405 Consum. 973-342-0979(C) 910-662-9348(W)OesveS 0—eawosi Yy f- 4 L I\ Vacant Optometrist 7/31/23 Dr. David W. Zub 6811 Finian Dr. Physician Unexpired 7/31/21Wilmington, NC 28409 910-799-2627 (H) 336-561-9112 (C) ipe wec Q-€C1-W610A-wley* Bill Rivenbark, County Commissioner 230 Government Center Drive, Ste. 175 County Commissioner 1/19/21 UndesignatedWilmington, NC 28403 910-798-7 (NHC Office) Contact: Donna Fayko Health and Human Services Director 1650 Greenfield St. Revised: 02/2021 Wilmington, NC 28401 910-798-7199 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 3 I i i i Long, Melissa I 1 From: application@webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Patrick Brien 1 application@webformsnhcgov.com> i Sent: Wednesday,June 9, 2021 5:24 PMi I To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa ISubject: Application for New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board i I External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Category At-Large Name Patrick Brien Email pbriena.capefearcollective.orq Home Address 157 Fairfield Drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28401 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 585)749-7255 Years living in New Hanover County 3 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Male Race White Age 35 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 4 Cape Fear Collective Occupation Chief Executive Officer/Nonprofit Manager Professional Activities CEO of the Cape Fear Collective,a data science and impact investing nonprofit organization based in Wilmington, North Carolina. My organization does extensive work in the public health arena and works alongside dozens of local and statewide partners to support the health of New Hanover County citizens. Volunteer Activities North Carolina Panel Judge-Boys and Girls Club of America NC Youth of the Year Award Board Member, Cape Fear HealthNet Committee Member-Joint County-City Workforce Housing Committee Steering Committee Member, Resiliency Task Force Data Committee Member, United Way of the Cape Fear Area Advisor,Social Medicine Consortium, East Africa Chapter, Uganda Former Board Member, Emerging Leaders Program-Boston Healthcare for the Homeless(2017-2018) Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? Public health and human services is at the heart of our community's ability to make lasting,generational change. In many cases, NHC's Department of Health and Human Services is the last line of defense in promoting health equity.After weathering hurricanes and pandemics,the challenges that New Hanover County will face in the future will only get more complex.Our approach will require innovation,data science,and centering our citizen's lived experience in our strategy in order to be successful and provide a healthy outlook for citizens across the county and in all neighborhoods, regardless of age,race, gender or socio-economic status. I believe deeply in this vision and the ability of county and local government to support its citizenry. I'm eager to serve alongside such a knowledgeable and passionate board. I've had the chance to work alongside many county employees and board members during my time in Wilmington and I've come away impressed after each encounter. I think that my skillsets and experience would be a value add to the Board and my global health experience would bring additional ideas,context,and connections that NHC could leverage to continuing supporting citizens in a healthy and productive lifestyle. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? Pandemic response Advanced analytics to support programming and interventions Natural disaster response Healthcare access and community health Work with nonprofit and private sector partners to support overall health and well-being of NHC citizens Qualifications for serving: Extensive professional experience in public health and human service strategy, data,and programming in multiple locations in the United States as well as East Africa and Southwest Asia. Experience with community health worker programs,clinical infrastructure development,clinical and public health programming for vulnerable populations(chronic illnesses, marginalized populations, homeless populations) Experience in a hospital business operations and strategy(Boston Medical Center) Current work intersects with multiple local and statewide efforts around health, human services,economic development as a driver of healthcare outcomes,housing for health,etc. Bring a great deal of awareness and knowledge in both community data and the lived experience of our citizens. Knowledgeable on philanthropic and social impact investing pipelines that can be leverage to support HHS work in NHC Extensive experience and knowledge of leveraging data science and data systems for programming and health interventions Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: City/County Joint Committee on Workforce Housing List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Lydia Newman Reference 1 Phone 910)604-0247 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 5 Reference 2 Huntley Garriott Reference 2 Phone 917)374-2518 Reference 3 Philip Brown, MD Reference 3 Phone 910)470-0304 Additional comments: Thank you for your consideration! Date 06/09/2021 Consent leI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. kEfw 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 6 NEW HANOVER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 175 Wilmington,NC 28403 COMMITTEE APPLICATIONTelephone(910)798-7149 FAX(910) 798-7145 i 14.1/W Board/Committee: Health & Human Services Cl ° w1,g , - • to Olt i r Name: Ellen T. Bryden Ewameklarsch@epix.net rNeC-e Home Address: 240 North Water Street, 1151 Wilmington, NC 28401 Street) City) Zip Code) Mailing Address if different: Same City) Zip Code) Home Phone: 910-612-7155 Fax: Co: 910-612-7155 Business:i Years living in New Hanover County: 2 1/2 Male: Female: Race: Caucasian Age: 75 Information for the purpose of assuring a cross-section of the community) Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County?If yes, name No Employer. Retired A person currently employed by the agency or department for which this application is made, must resign his/her position with New Hanover County upon appointment,in accordance with Article VI,Sec.4 of the New Hanover County Personnel Policy. Furthermore,applicant should have no immediate family member employed by such agency ordepartment. Occupation: Head of Meridian School, Seattle, Washington Professional Activities: Chair of Membership Committee of Accrediting Association VolunteerActivities:Head of Volunteer Committee on Caregivers, Geisinger Medical Center, PA Why do you wish to serve on this board/committee? I want to actively promote effective Health & Human Services in our community. I will bring experience & dedication to this committee. Conflict of Interest: If a board member believes he/she has a conflict or potential conflict of interest on a particular issue,that member should state this belief to the other members of his/her respective board during a public meeting. The member should state the nature of the conflict,detailing that he/she has a separate,private,or monetary interest,either direct or indirect,in the issue under consideration. The member should then excuse himself/herself from voting on the matter. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? Completing the Master Aging Plan (MAP) and supporting its implementation. Developing quality support for caregivers. Qualifications forserving: Experience in caregiving, both planning and actual. Member of the steering committee for the Master Aging Plan (MAP)in Wilmington, NC Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None Former President of the Eagles Mere Museum in Pennsylvania T •T& STD List three local personal references and phone numbers: Kevin O'Grady 910-352-8058 JUN 16 2021 2.Holli Saperstein 910-341-288 BCC OFF 3. William Massey 910-362-0517 Date: June 14, 2021 Signature 2,q- 4 / Applications are kept on file for 18 months I understand that any board or committee(ppointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Co missioners. Please use reverse side for additional commentsBoard of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 7 This is an attachment giving a synopsis of certain categories on the application. Professional Activities: Board member of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools and Chair of the Membership Committee for two years. Board member of the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges Volunteer Activities: Member of the Wilmington Master Aging Plan (MAPS) Steering Committee Member of the Long-Range Planning Committee for the Wilmington Railroad Museum Member of the lead team of three who wrote the first-ever Caregivers Guide for Geisinger Medical Center in Pennsylvania. We guided it through all the legal challenges required by Geisinger to get full approval for distribution. Made presentations to appropriate departments to promote the Guide. Participated in the planning of a Resource Center for Geisinger which would provide pertinent information, networking opportunities, counseling, etc. I moved to Wilmington before it was implemented. Areas of Concern: I believe Wilmington is being proactive by creating the Master Aging Plan to address the needs of our community's older population. If it is completed and implemented, it will provide a series of aging services: activities, programs, support systems and educational opportunities. My immediate concerns are: o Complete the plan o Estimate the costs o Promote MAP Qualifications for Serving: Strong personal commitment to the purpose of this Committee Understanding of civic process through prior activities Served on several Boards and Committees with similar purpose My passion is to create resources to aid caregivers and their families Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 8 Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Matthew Cox application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Thursday, June 17, 2021 2:27 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Category Optometrist Name Matthew Cox Email mattcoxod @gmail.com Home Address 107 Bradley Pines Dr Wilmington, North Carolina 28403 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 336)263-4687 Years living in New Hanover County 10 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Male Race Caucasian Age 32 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 9 EyeCareCenter Occupation Optometrist Professional Activities Have been a member of State and District optometric societies for the past 6 years. Going to regular meetings for both. Volunteer Activities Volunteer activities through local church.Volunteer on Sundays,groups on Tuesday.Went to Haiti two years ago and work with Haiti Awake(also provided eye exams for children and staff). Couple other optometry related trips to Guatemala and Honduras Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I was involved in student government at both UNCW and my optometry school,and I have since stepped away from similar local government involvement since graduating and getting my feet wet in my career. But I am at a point now where I am ready to get more involved in my community and I feel as thought I can become a useful member of this board. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? I feel as though the importance of this board has exponentially grown over the past 18 months as we have walked through this global pandemic.So many areas have now come into brighter light with public health and safety with Covid.So I would love to see continued progression in accessibility for services for all residents of NHC. Qualifications for serving: Currently in the medical field as an optometetrist Lived in NHC for 10+years(2015-current and then also 2006-2010 during college) Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Rasika Whitesell Reference 1 Phone 910)200-0635 Reference 2 Allan Barker Reference 2 Phone 252)904-1184 Reference 3 Ethan Welch Reference 3 Phone 910)409-8031 Additional comments: Rasika Whitesell is the current president of the local optometric society and friend of mine Allan Barker is who hired me for my first optometry job,and worked for him for many years before retiring Ethan Welch is the lead pastor of my church and a close friend of mine Date 06/17/2021 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 10 I Consent VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. g$E fi Q¢# III d Ili I J si4 3 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 11 Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Kara Duffy application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Wednesday,June 9, 2021 2:38 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Category Veterinarian Name Kara Duffy Email ksd 1019Avahoo.com Home Address 2212 Chestnut Street Wilmington, North Carolina 28405 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 609)354-8519 Cell Phone 609)354-8519 Years living in New Hanover County 10 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Female Race Causasian Age 37 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 12 No Applicant's Employer Atlantic Animal Hospital Occupation Associate Veterinarian,Small Animal Professional Activities Small animal general medicine and surgery. Relief veterinary care at other local general practice veterinary hospitals as well as the Animal Emergency and Trauma Hospital. Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I have an interest in public health,and particularly the health and well-being of New Hanover county's people and animal population. I have been a resident for just over 10 years,and plan to call Wilmington home for the foreseeable future so the overall quality of health,the environment,and county services are important to me. I am also interested to learn more about the issues New Hanover county faces,and would feel privileged to take part in working to improve and maintain this area as a great place to live and work. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? Water and environmental safety,Covid-19 vaccination efforts,addiction/substance abuse issues, low cost basic health services for low income citizens, maintaining control of stray/feral animal population and compliance w/Rabies vaccine requirements. Qualifications for serving: Lafayette College(Class of 2005)-Bachelor of Science in Biology, Minor in Public Health Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine(Class of 2009)-Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Practicing small animal veterinarian from 2009-present,at Atlantic Animal Hospital since 2011 with relief work at several other practices in the area, including the local emergency practice. Resident of New Hanover county since 2011. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Catherine Schmid Reference 1 Phone 910)232-0065 Reference 2 Jessica Dobbins Reference 2 Phone 910)777-8571 Reference 3 Alison Drake Reference 3 Phone 910)297-8498 Additional comments: Please let me know if you need any further information-Thank you! Date 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 13 06/09/2021 Consent leI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 3 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 14 Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Michelle Gunn application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Thursday,June 24, 2021 1:52 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Category At Large Name Michelle Gunn Email mgunn90 @gmail.com Home Address 146 Tributary Circle Wilmington, North Carolina 28401 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 910)431-8962 Years living in New Hanover County 49 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Female Race African American Age 49 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? Yes What is/are their name(s)? 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 15 Timothy Poinsette Applicant's Employer Coastal Horizons Center&Leading Into New Communities, Inc. Occupation Director Professional Activities New Hanover Health&Human Services Board,member State Reentry Council Collaborative-Implementation Team, member Volunteer Activities QENO Advisory Board, member NC Second Chance Alliance, member Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? Understanding that health starts long before someone has an illness or need medical care, I desire to serve on this board to provide input that will eventually improve the health and safety of all citizens in New Hanover County. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? conditions in the environment where people are born, live,learn,work,or play that affect health and safety of New Hanover County citizens Qualifications for serving: I am a current member of the combined New Hanover Health&Human Services Board and was previously a member of the NHC Department of Social Services Board. I have worked in communities that are historically marginalized and am able to convey lived experiences of those community members to ensure that their concerns are considered. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: I am seeking reappointment to the NH Health and Human Services Board and I do not currently serve on any other county board/committee. List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Frankie Roberts Reference 1 Phone 910)262-1600 Reference 2 Tanita Wallace Reference 2 Phone 910)279-6181 Reference 3 Catrecia Bowman Reference 3 Phone 910)231-5969 Date 06/24/2021 Consent 2 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 16 VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 17 Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Jody Long application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Monday, May 17, 2021 8:15 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Category Psychologist Name Jody Long Email jolonq a(.nhcgov.com Home Address 116 Elliott Dr Wilmington, North Carolina 28405 United States Mao It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Mao It Home Phone 336)964-5638 IR Cell Phone 336)964-5638 Business Phone 910)623-0605 Fax 910)338-0495 Years living in New Hanover County 10 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Female Race 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 18 White Age 32 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer Self-Employed DBA Cageless Psychological Services Occupation Psychologist,Clinical Addictions Specialist Professional Activities provide individual therapy for outpatient clients who are seeking support for their mental health and/or concerns related to substance use provide risk assessments,counseling,and consultation in service of the youth in custody at NH-Juvenile Detention Center Volunteer Activities Brigade Boys and Girls Club Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I would like to continue to be a part of the growth and development of the board as I joined immediately following the merge. My initial goal was to provide a service to our community within the context of my experience and scope of practice. I have a history in community mental health and currently serve the youth in custody of the detention facility. I'm passionate about advocating for access to care and de-stigmatizing mental health issues as well as substance use disorders. In addition I am extremely passionate about advocating for the youth at our facility and felt that I could potentially make a difference by becoming more involved in a government-related board. I have the honor to meet and support some of the coolest kids that are going through a really difficult time and too easily become tangled in the system.They deserve a community that believes in them and creates space for support and change without judgement of their past or assumption of their futures. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? identifying and implementing strategies to address systemic racism in our community recognizing the impact that access to quality mental health care and substance use treatment can have on other outcomes health outcomes, DSS involvement,judicial involvement,viable employment, etc.)and implementing strategies to increase access to integrated care education in our community to destigmatize mental health and substance related issues Qualifications for serving: I actively hold licenses in the state of NC as a Master's Level Psychologist(Licensed Psychological Associate-LPA),Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist(LCAS),and Certified Clinical Supervisor(CCS)through the NC Psychology board and the North Carolina Clinical Addictions Specialist Professional Practice board. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Lauren Averitt Reference 1 Phone 910)544-9263 Reference 2 Hillary Faulk Vaughn 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 19 Reference 2 Phone 910)232-6127 Reference 3 Nora Noel Reference 3 Phone 910)233-3886 Date 05/17/2021 Consent leI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. II 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 20 Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Mariel Leah Mayo application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Friday,June 25, 2021 12:07 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Attachments: Mariel-Leah-Mayo-Resume-Professional_Spring-2021.pdf External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Category At-Large/Consumers of Human Services Name Mariel Leah Mayo Email mleahmavo amail.com Home Address 743 Kelly Rd Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) 743 Kelly Rd Wilmington, NC 28409 United States Map It Home Phone 252)230-9754 Cell Phone 252)230-9754 Years living in New Hanover County 9 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Female Race White Age 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 21 33 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer University of North Carolina at Wilmington Occupation Center for Healthy Communities Coordinator&Public Health Studies Adjunct Faculty Professional Activities Coordinate building relationships and meaningful projects between the community,the College of Health and Human Services, and UNCW to improve health equity.Active committee member of various community coalitions,such as Northside Health& Wellbeing Improvement Team, Resiliency Task Force, First Year Cape Fear,and the Healthy Opportunities Pilot Implementation Team. Volunteer Activities Cape Fear Food Council-including disaster food connect, Mother Hubbard's Cupboard, Habitat for Humanity's Women Build, Work on Wilmington Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I've had the opportunity to serve on public health boards at the state level,such as the North Carolina Alliance for Public Health Agencies and North Carolina Public Health Association,and would like to contribute locally.The New Hanover County Department of Health and Humans Services positively impacts our residents'health and well-being, including myself. I have been a beneficiary of the health department services when I had limited access to insurance and money.Without the health department, my situation could have escalated into a more severe chronic condition.Although this was several years ago, I still value the services I received. I would be honored to help guide decision-making and support NHC DHHS by serving on the board. I am passionate about health and race equity,and this board has the influence to address the health inequities in our community. My experience working in a local health department and now in community engagement for higher education has positioned me well with the experience, knowledge,and innovative thinking to serve on the New Hanover County Health& Human Services Board. I am familiar with the functions and mandates of local public health and social services and followed the meetings leading up to approved consolidation. Our future is full of opportunities,and I am excited to be considered to be part of the process. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? I feel strongly that health and race equity should be a priority for New Hanover County.All New Hanover residents should have the opportunity for the healthy choice to be the easy choice where they live,work, play,and pray.To accomplish these goals, we have to ensure our Health&Human Services Agency(DSS and LHD)have adequate staffing, resources,and infrastructures to provide services, listen to the community,and adapt based on the needs. Our community's wicked issues can not be solved by one agency but require multi-sector collaboration to leverage resources and expertise. I hope to contribute to the board by advocating on behalf of residents and the New Hanover County Department of Health&Human Services. Qualifications for serving: I have over eight years of experience working in the health and human services field and a Master of Public Health degree. I was employed by a health department for over five years,and now I work at UNCW's College of Health&Humans Services, focusing on community engagement and health equity. During my time in both positions, I have worked with health departments across the state, including facilitating the completion of community health assessments and serve as principal investigator for the HRSA funded North Carolina Public Health Training Center. I am well connected to the local and statewide network of health and human services agencies, including serving on various local and state workgroups, such as the Healthy North Carolina 2030 Task Force. I have served on the executive committee of the North Carolina Public Health Association(NCPHA)since 2014. I currently serve as president-elect for NCPHA and President of the North Carolina Society of Public Health Education.As previously mentioned, I serve on many community coalitions thus, I understand the needs of our most vulnerable populations. Furthermore,as an adjunct public health studies professor at UNCW, I educate my students about the field of health and human services, including the different governance structures of health departments, including the consolidated model of New Hanover County. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 22 Reference 1 Ashley C.Wells, PhD, MPH(she, her)I Assistant Dean Community Engagement, UNCW College of Health&Human Services Reference 1 Phone 910)962-3439 Reference 2 Justine J. Reel, PhD,LCMHC I Associate Dean of Research and Innovation and Professor, UNCW College of Health&Human Services Reference 2 Phone 910)962-7341 Reference 3 Sarah Daniels, MPA( Executive Director, New Hanover Disaster Coalition Reference 3 Phone 910)386-1702 Additional comments: My years of living in New Hanover County are not continuous. I lived here while a UNCW undergraduate student and a year after graduation. I moved to the northeast for a few years to pursue my MPH and start my career in local public health. During this time,my husband and I continued to be homeowners in the County and were excited to move back in 2017 for New Hanover County to be our forever home.Also, my first name is Marie!but I more commonly known by my middle name,Leah. Upload additional information. Mariel-Leah-Mayo-Resume-Professional Spring-2021.pdf Date 06/25/2021 Consent VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 23 Marie! Leah Mayo, MPH, MCHES® 743 Kelly Road,Wilmington, NC 28409 mleahmayo @gmail.com 1 252-230-9754 EDUCATION Master Certified Health Education Specialist—October 2018; National Commission of Health Education Credentialing Master of Public Health—May 2013;East Carolina University,Brody School of Medicine Concentration:Analysis and Management Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education—May 2010; University of North Carolina Wilmington Minor:Chemistry Chancellor's Achievement Award, Outstanding Student Award in Community Health Education PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Center for Healthy Communities Coordinator,University of North Carolina Wilmington,College of Health&Human Services,September 2017-Present Provides leadership in coordinating the Center as the backbone organization within the College for community outreach, research, and applied learning activities designed to improve community health outcomes&equity. Collaborates with local public health departments and community-based organizations to improve population health within the Southeastern region through collective impact,asset-based community development,and technical assistance(e.g.,facilitation, evaluation), including connecting faculty,staff,and students to assist with community-identified needs. Responsible for coordinating with collaborating institutions within the Region IV Public Health Training Center to provide workforce development training to the current and future public health workforce. Serves as Principal Investigator for internal and external grant-funded projects to address health equity,enhance community engagement, and facilitate cross county and campus collaborations. Part Time Faculty,University of North Carolina Wilmington,College of Health&Human Services,August 2019-Present Serve as lecturer within the School of Health&Applied Human Sciences' Public Health Studies program. Deliver engaging curriculum to undergraduate students in courses including PBH 290: Foundations of Public Health, PBH 315: Health Program Implementation, and PBH 305: Program Planning. Monitor students'academic progress and provide feedback and guidance related to course content. Connect coursework to real world examples and facilitate applied learning opportunities. Human Services Planner/Evaluator II:Active Routes to School Coordinator,Region 9 North Carolina Association of Local Health Directors,Albemarle Regional Health Services, May 2014—September 2017 Provided leadership in the development, planning, implementation,and evaluation of Active Routes to School and Safe Routes to School activities across 15 Northeastern North Carolina counties to increase physical activity among youth with a focus on policy,systems, and environmental level improvements. Collaborated with area elementary and middle schools and key partners (Safe Kids Coalitions, law enforcement, health departments,etc.)to increase the number of inclusive,equitable programs that encourage safely walking and biking to or at school, increase physical activity during and after school, and community-wide knowledge and awareness facilitating safe bicycle and pedestrian skills and facilities. Fostered policy change at the local, municipal or county level that support increasing physical activity and creating safer routes to school, including safety features near schools,school wellness policies,shared use of facilities and complete streets policies to increase access to physical activity. 1 M.Leah Mayo Resume Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 24 Human Services Planner/Evaluator II:Active Living Coordinator-Community Transformation Grant Project(CTGP), Region 9 North Carolina Association of Local Health Directors,Albemarle Regional Health Services, May 2013—May 2014 Coordinated and provided leadership in the development, implementation, planning,and evaluation of region- wide initiatives across 15 Northeastern counties to improve chronic disease outcomes as outlined in the CTGP strategic directions with a focus on diverse populations of low socioeconomic status. Engaged key partners to carry out evidence and practice-based policy,systems and environmental changes to increase shared-use agreements and land use plans including health considerations to develop healthier communities by making healthy living easier, more affordable,and more accessible where people live,work, learn, play,and pray. Managed and facilitated multi-sector collaborative meetings designed to keep members engaged,achieve consensus decisions,and produce outcomes that align with our strategic plan and produce post meeting results. Healthy Food Intervention Lead-Community Transformation Grant Project(CTGP),Region 9 North Carolina Association of Local Health Directors,Albemarle Regional Health Services,September 2012-April 2013 Assisted in the planning, implementation,and evaluation of community-wide initiatives to increase and promote healthy food options via farm to consumer outlets with a focus on low-income and low-access populations. Collaborated with local and regional partners to identify strategies and best practices to improve health outcomes of targeted disparate populations. Actively engaged in CTGP related meetings,trainings and conference calls as a representative of Region 9. Consultant,East Carolina University,Brody School of Medicine,Department of Public Health,July 2013—October 2013 Provided expertise regarding coding of land use plans,zoning codes,and other planning documents,as related to healthy food sources, in collaboration with the study team. Trained additional coders(graduate assistants) how to properly review and code zoning ordinances, including completion of double coding and consensus between coders to calculate healthy zoning scores per location. Served as primary author for the methods section of the research paper,and reviewer of full paper. Graduate Research Assistant, East Carolina University,August 2012-May 2013 Collaborated with ECU Assistant Professor and co-researchers on CTGP evaluation projects and publications related to the CTGP healthy eating strategy. Assisted in the development of farmers' market customer intercept survey, and was responsible for the administration of surveys at Pitt County farmers' markets. Developed SAS code for survey and input survey results for analyses. Analyzed CTGP Region 9 counties' zoning ordinances and comprehensive land-use plans and policies to evaluate how they may benefit or hinder the healthy food environment. Intern-Region 9 North Carolina Association of Local Health Directors Community Transformation Grant Project, Albemarle Regional Health Services, May 2012-August 2012 Inventoried and mapped non-retail fruit and vegetable outlets within the 15 counties to identify gaps and needs for access to fruit&vegetables with a focus on increasing access to minority and disparate populations. Networked with key stakeholders at the local, regional,and state level who contribute to the success of the healthy food environment and other CTGP strategies to develop supportive and collaborative partnerships. Provided written,verbal and presentation updates on CTGP at key partner meetings and state conference calls. REFERRED ARTICLES Sally Lawrence Bullock,Stephanie B.Jilcott Pitts, Barb Listenfelt,Jared T. McGuirt, Karen Stanley, Diane Beth, Mary Bea Kolbe,Jill Rushing,Qiang Wu, Rachel K. Ward, Marie! Leah Mayo Acheson,Ciarra J. M. Dortche& Alice S.Ammerman (2016):Availability of Farmers' Markets and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program/Electronic Benefit Transfer Systems and Associations With Rurality, Poverty, Race/Ethnicity,and Obesity Among North Carolina Counties,Journal of Hunger& Environmental Nutrition, DOI: 10.1080/19320248.2015.1045665 2 M.Leah Mayo Resume Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 25 Pitt,SBJ, Mayo Acheson,ML,et al. Disparities in healthy food zonin g,farmers' market availabilit y,and fruit and vegetable consumption among North Carolina residents.Archives of Public Health (2015)73:35. DOI: 10.1186/s 13690-015-0085-9. Pitts,SBJ,Gustafson,A,Wu,Q, Mayo, ML,et al. Farmers' market use is associated with fruit and vegetable consumption in diverse southern rural communities. Nutrition Journal. 2014. DO1:10.1186/1475-2891-13-1. Mayo ML, Pitts SBJ,Chriqui JF.Associations between County and Municipality Zoning Ordinances and Access to Fruit and Vegetable Outlets in Rural North Carolina, 2012. Prey Chronic Dis 2013; 10:130196. Dennison D, Mayo ML,Abraham VE.The Development of Kidney Stone Dietary Plans for Patient Education. International Electronic Journal of Health Education. International Electronic Journal of Health Education 2011;14:150-156. Dennison D,Mayo ML,Abraham VE. Development of Dietary Plans for Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stone Patients for Use in Urological Practices.Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 2010; 29(5),522. Dennison D, Mayo Leah M.The Development and Use of Nutrient Analysis Software for Mothers of Overweight Children.Abstract Published, 7`h Annual Pediatric Healthy Weight Summit, East Carolina University,Greenville, NC, March 26, 2010. Dennison D,Mayo Leah M.The Economy: Fast Food, Fruit and Vegetable Consumption of University Students. Abstract Published, UNCW Center for Support of Undergraduate Research and Fellowship,April 2009. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS 2019 North Carolina Public Health Association Fall Educational Conference,September 25-27, 2019 o Co-Presenter:NCPHA's Young Professionals:Overview and Get Involved! Feast Down East 9.Annual Local Food Conference, February 15, 2019 o Co-Presenter:Food Info Hub:Food Insecurity During Natural Disasters Active Routes to School&Health Matters Webinar,September 5, 2017 Co-Presenter:Active Routes to School& Faith Communities NC Recreation and Park Association March Wellness Webinar,March 28,2017 Panelist: Walking&Biking Safety Programs North Carolina Bike Summit,September 16-17, 2016 Co-Presenter: Getting the Next Generation Rolling in NC 2016 Faithful Families Summit,September 8,2016 Co-Presenter:Encouraging Shared Use for Physical Activity:Opportunities for Faith Communities 56th Annual Eastern District North Carolina Public Health Association Spring Educational Conference, May 2016 Co-Presenter:Active Routes to School Workshop:Regions 7,8, &9 143'American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo,October 31-November 4,2015 Presenter:Zoning to Support Farmers'Markets in Rural and Urban Communities Fourth Annual NC Bike Summit, October 15-17, 2015 Co-Presenter:Cruising for Success:Creating Educational and Bicycling Opportunities for Elementary and Middle School-aged Students in NC 2015 North Carolina Public Health Association Fall Educational Conference,September 16-18,2015 Co-Presenter:Active Routes to School:A Pathway to Success in NC 55th Annual Eastern District North Carolina Public Health Association Spring Educational Conference, May 2015 Presenter:Active Routes to School: Successes across Eastern North Carolina 54th Annual Eastern District North Carolina Public Health Association Spring Educational Conference,May 2014 Co-Presenter:Region 9 CTG Project& Region 9 Active Routes to School Planning for Healthy Communities,August 2014 Panel Discussion:Getting Started with Healthy Food Access 2013 North Carolina Public Health Association Annual Educational Conference,September 18-20, 2013 Poster:Examining Associations between County and Municipality Zoning Ordinances and Access to Fruit and Vegetable Outlets in Rural North Carolina 3 M.Leah Mayo Resume Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 26 2012 North Carolina Public Health Association Fall Educational Conference,September 18-21, 2012 Panel Discussion:The Pivotal Role of Mentorship in Developing Future Public Health Leaders in an Aging America 51'American College of Nutrition Annual Meeting,October 7-9,2010 Poster: The Development of Dietary Plans for Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stone Patients for use in Urological Practices 8th Annual Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference,April 16-17, 2010 Poster:Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stones and Diet Modification 7th Annual Pediatric Healthy Weight Summit, March 26, 2010 Poster: The Development and Use of Nutrient Analysis Software for Mothers of Overweight Children 6th Annual NC Supplemental Instruction Peer Conference,March 27,2010 State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research&Creativity Symposium, November 21, 2009 Poster:Fast Food, Fruit and Vegetable Consumption of University Students Compared to USDA Guidelines UNCW Showcase of Undergraduates Research and Scholarship,April 15,2009 Poster: The Economy:Fast Food, Fruit and Vegetable Consumption of University Students TRAININGS AND AWARDS District C Certified Coach, March 2021 UNC Wilmington Diversity& Inclusion Fellow,2020-Present Distinguished Service Award, North Carolina Public Health Association, 2018 Results-Based Accountability Certificate, In Progress North Carolina Public Health Leadership Institute,Cohort 1,2017-2018 Racial Equity Institute Phase 1 Workshop,April 2017&April 2018 Facilitative Leadership for Social Change, Interaction Institute for Social Change, February 2017 Active Routes to School Accessibility& Inclusion Training,September 2015 League of American Bicyclist's League Cycling Instructor Seminar,June 2015:League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructor ILC;#4857) North Carolina Safe Routes to School Workshop for Stocks Elementary School, November 2014 Let's Go NC! Curriculum Train-the-Trainer,August 2014 Skills for Local Safe Routes to School Program Development Online Training,June 2014 Youth Bicycle Training by a League of American Bicyclist Certified Master Instructor,June 2014 TLCC, LLC's Transformational Leadership Coaching&Assessment,June 2014 Complete Street Policy, Design Guidelines and Implementation Training,July 2013 Introduction to Policy Change Workshop, UNC Gilling's School of Global Public Health,April 2013& Feb. 2016 Media Spokesperson Train the Trainer Training, March 2013 TLCC, LLC's Facilitator Training("Getting Action and Results from Your Meetings"),June 2012 Food Literacy Partners Program,January 2012 PROFESSIONAL AFFLIATIONS President-Elect, North Carolina Public Health Association, 2020-Present Co-President, North Carolina Society for Public Health Education,2020-Present Co-Founder, North Carolina Public Health Association BIPOC Caucus,2021 Vice-President, North Carolina Public Health Association, 2019-2020 Co-President Elect, North Carolina Society for Public Health Education,2019-2020 Co-Vice President, North Carolina Society for Public Health Education,2018-2019 Member, North Carolina Society for Public Health Education,2018-Present Member, Eastern District North Carolina Public Health Association,2018-Present Founder& President, NCPHA Young Professionals Caucus, 2015-Present Member,American Public Health Association,2015-Present Membership&Outreach Committee Chair, North Carolina Public Health Association, 2014-2019 Member, North Carolina Public Health Association,2012-Present 4 M.Leah Mayo Resume Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 27 COMMITTEE&BOARD INVOLVEMENT Member, Public Health Training Centers' Racial Justice Workgroup's Expert Review Panel,2021-Present Member, North Carolina Alliance of Public Health Agencies Board of Directors,2020-Present Member(Policy Co-Chair), First Year Cape Fear, 2019- Present Member, North Carolina Institute of Medicine Task Force for N.C. Healthy People 2030, 2018-2019 Member,CHHS Interprofessional Collaboration Advisory Council,2018-Present Member,CHHS Community Engagement& Impact Advisory Council, 2018-Present Member(Secretary), Northside Community Health&Wellness Improvement Team,2018-Present Member(Chronic Disease Committee Chair), Brunswick Wellness Coalition,2018-Present Member,Coastal Youth Media Advisory Council, 2018-2019 Member(Healthcare Subcommittee Chair), New Hanover County Resiliency Task Force,2018-Present Member(Food Access Committee Co-Chair),Cape Fear Food Council,2018-Present Member, Onslow Strategic Opioid Advance Response Team,2018-Present Member,Onslow County Community Health Assessment Team,2018-Present Member& Facilitator, Brunswick County Community Health Assessment Steering Committee, 2018-2020 Member, Planners4Health North Carolina Taskforce,2017-2020 Member, NCDOT's Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Grant Awards Committee, 2017-Present Member, Innovative Approaches:CPP Steering Committee, 2015-2017 Member, Partnerships to Improve Community Health Healthy Foods Coalition,2015-2017 Member, Healthy Carolinians of the Albemarle, 2013-2017 Member,Three Rivers Healthy Carolinians, 2013-2017 Member, Public Health Organization, ECU Brody School of Medicine,2011-2013 Member,Sigma Xi,The Scientific Research Society, 2011-2013 1 5 M.Leah Mayo Resume Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 28 Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of LeShonda Wallace application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 12:09 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, p or reply until you know it is safe Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Category At-Large/Human Srvs.Consum. Name LeShonda Wallace Email I wa l l a ce(a.n h ca o v.co m Home Address 7728 Gable Run Drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28411 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 973)342-0979 Years living in New Hanover County 8 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Female Race Black Age 46 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 29 Novant/NHRMC Occupation Advanced Practice Nurse Professional Activities PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS 2020-New Hanover for All 2020-UNCW Public Health Advisory Board Member 2019-Frank Harr Foundation. Board of Directors,Secretary 2019-Southeast AIDS Education Training Center.Steering Committee 2019-Resiliency Task Force.Wilmington, North Carolina 2018-GenX Community Science Advisory Board Member.Wilmington, North Carolina 2016-NAACP,Chair Health Committee. New Hanover County, North Carolina 2016-New Hanover County, Health and Human Services.Co-Chair 2016-SEEDS of Healing, Founder and Executive Director.Southeastern, North Carolina 2015-2019 PumpkinSEEDS, LLC, Founder and CEO.Southeastern, North Carolina 2013-2020 Sandhills North Carolina Black Nurses Association, Founder and President 2013-North Carolina Nurses Association,Scholarship Committee&Safety Task Force on Nurse Fatigue 2013-American Nurses Association 2011-American Public Health Association,Abstract Reviewer, CHPPC Committee 1994-Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated Zeta Rho Zeta Chapter.Wilmington, North Carolina 1993-National Black Nurses Association, Incorporated Volunteer Activities I volunteer in a variety of activities in our community. I am a volunteer board member of the Frank Harr Foundation.The foundation advocates for and informs the community on issues related to the LGBTQ community. I am a member of the NHC resiliency task force-health committee.The task force supports the community restore from traumatic circumstances and facilitate the community's growth towards compassionate understanding for all our members.Additionally, I am chair for the health committee of the NHC NAACP. In this role, I help lead the organization's activities that support the rights of African Americans and other people of color to have optimal health outcomes.These are a few,although not all of the volunteer activities I serve in as a community member. Hopefully,this offers insight to my community engagement of NHC. Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I wish to continue serving on this board to assure objective and equitable policy and rule-making decisions for all persons in our community. What areas of concern would you Tike to see addressed by this committee? All areas of concerns addressed by the board are priority. I hope to see the board continue their mass efforts for vaccination against COVID 19,as well as transparent and equitable access initiatives for vulnerable populations about housing and environment safety. Qualifications for serving: Since 2016, I served on the public health board and now on the consolidated HHS board.The current members and I, successfully transitioned our responsibilities onto the cooperative and transformative consolidated board of health and human services.With collaboration of this progressive group,we've supported proactive initiatives that uphold the residents of New Hanover County's interest for health and social services that impact economic,environment, health and overall well being.As a HHS board member at large, I represent our citizens as a BIPOC,woman, health provider and public servant as a founder and executive director of a not for profit organization. In each role and capacity, I am a trusted and reliable source for the community who continuously advocate for their best interest. This past year, I've served in the capacity as co-chair for the HHS board and worked alongside the HHS leadership for agenda setting,transparent prioritization of goals and modeled behavior for good governance. It is these qualifications for serving that I share and hope attest to why I am an ideal candidate seeking another term as a HHS board member. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 30 Reference 1 Victoria Oxendine Reference 1 Phone 910)231-5679 Reference 2 Karen Isaacs Reference 2 Phone 919)389-1724 Reference 3 Micheala Howell Reference 3 Phone 303)889-9592 Date 05/11/2021 Consent VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 31 Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Irving Trust application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Sunday,June 27, 2021 10:52 AM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Attachments: IRVING-L.-TRUST-R.Ph_.-2019.docx External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board Category Name Irving Trust Email iltrpha.gmail.com Home Address 173 Overlook Drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28411 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 215)280-7603 Cell Phone 215)280-7603 Years living in New Hanover County 5 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Male Race white Age 67 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? 1 3 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 32 No Applicant's Employer Costco Pharmacy Occupation Pharmacist Professional Activities Temple University School of Pharmacy Alumni Executive Board(Life Member and Past President), member of North Carolina Pharmacist Association Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I would like to lend my 42 years of community pharmacy expertise to help affect positive change for the future of this Board. I feel I can give many insights into making the pharmaceutical care of our residents more streamlined and enhance their quality of life through medicinals. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? To present plans to streamline pharmaceutical care to our county residents and decrease opioid use and polypharmacy events. Qualifications for serving: I have over 42 years in Pharmacy with a background in formulary compliance,out patient pharmacy, mail order pharmacy, infertility, hospice,and retail venues. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: none List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Craig Frith, R.Ph. Reference 1 Phone 910)798-3259 Reference 2 Kenneth J Eisenstock,JD, RPh Reference 2 Phone 610)574-1878 Reference 3 Barbara Schum, R.Ph. Reference 3 Phone 910)795-3346 Additional comments: I look forward to serving in a voluntary capacity on this important Board. Upload additional information. IRVING-L.-TRUST-R.Ph .-2019.docx Date 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 33 06/27/2021 Consent leI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 34 fi IRVING L. TRUST, R.Ph. 173 Overlook Drives Wilmington, NC 28411 215)280-7603 iltrph @gmail.com OBJECTIVE: An Experienced Pharmacist seeking a full time position in the Triangle area. Looking for an organization that I can satisfy customers, help grow the business and work together with my teammates. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Costco Pharmacy, Staff Pharmacist Wilmington, NC June, 2014 to present Responsible for providing staff support as dictated by the needs of the pharmacist in charge . Duties include all levels of all corporate expectations as dictated by full time pharmacist job description. Costco Pharmacy, Pharmacy Manager North Wales, PA February, 2005 to May, 2014 Responsible for complete operation of the pharmacy which includes, but is not limited to scheduling staff, hiring of personnel, inventory management, maintaining excellent customer service, interfacing with warehouse management, filling and compounding prescriptions, participating in wellness seminars, and monitoring compliance for state and federal laws. Medco Health Solutions, Regional Consultant Pharmacist Frankllin Lakes, NJ April, 2008 to April 2010 Responsible for formulary compliance via a scripted approach for physicians and physician's representatives. I was required to make up to 50 calls per day to improve patient outcomes both medically and fiscally. This was done as a team with 170+ pharmacists throughout the United States. CVS Pharmacy, Staff Pharmacist Glenside, PA December, 2005 to September, 2011 Responsible for counseling patients on correct use of prescription therapy, maintain proper inventory levels, manage pharmacy technician(s) currently on staff, follow all corporate mandated programs and policies. Shop Rite Pharmacy, Pharmacy Manager Cheltenham, PA August, 2002 to December, 2005 Directly report to store owner/CEO, implement new programs for increased sales and customer base, fiscal/inventory controls, schedule and interview/hire support personnel, insure Corporate compliance for pharmacy operation (Wakefern Corp.), work with Medicare programs to generate pharmacy sales, and provide expert counseling to aid in the decrease of drug-nutrition depletion. CVS Pharmacy, Staff Pharmacist Glenside/Chestnut Hill, PA November, 2001 to August, 2002 Responsible for inventory control, creating new avenues for sales, instill customer service in positive direction, follow and implement pharmacy objectives and policies, vitamin specialist, nutritional counseling, otc& DME product selection, and therapy compliance. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 35 Shop Rite Pharmacy, Pharmacy Supervisor/Marketing Director E. Norriton, PA July 2000 to November, 2001 Responsible for inventory control, creating new avenues for sales, participate on Wakefern Pharmacy Committee for new pharmacy objectives and policies, vitamin Specialist, nutritional counseling, otc& DME product selection, and therapy compliance. EDUCATION Temple University Philadelphia, PA B.SC. (PHARM.) Temple University Philadelphia, PA B.A. (BIOLOGY) ORGANIZATIONS Temple University School of Pharmacy Alumni Association Executive Board Philadelphia, PA Various positions held such as: Life Member, Vice President, Treasurer, Executive Board Member and Chairman to Student Relations Active Pharmacist Licenses and Immunization in PA, NJ, and NC State of PA- (030296L) July, 2007 to present State of NJ-(28R101994500) March, 2011 to present State of NC (21697) - May, 2011 to present Montgomery County Emergency Response Team Norristown, PA Pharmacist January, 2010 to 2016 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 36 NEW HANOVER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 230 Clovemmsnt Ceiba:A%Suite 175 W5rnIngionti NC 28403 COMMITTEE APPLICATION I 798-7149 r Telephone 7 a Board/Committee: Consolidated Human Services Hoard Name: David William Sub E-Mail:david.subeemergeortho.cam Home Addle 6811 Tinian Dr Wilmington, NC 28409 fit) CIO Zip Coda) Mailing Address if different: City) Zip Code) Home Phone: 910-799-2627 Fax: Celi:336-561-9112 Business: Years living In New Hanover Count 10 Male: Female: Race:Caucasian A 44 information for the purpose of assuring a cross-section of the commonly) Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County?If yes,name No Employer; EmergeOrtho A person currently employed by Me agency or department for which this apptla5on Is made,must resign hhe4l r posMon wan New Hanover County upon appointment,InaccordancewithAnideVi,Sec.4 of the New Hannover County Personnel aticy Furthermore.applicant Mould hew no immediate fenelymsmeeremployedby such agency or Occupation:Physician Professional Activities: Treating pain patients in an outpatient setting VolunteerActivities:Salvation Army after hurricane Florence, NCL clean up with my daughter Why do you wish to serve on this board/committee? I r ve seen first hand how tenuous daily life can be for some children and families and I see this as another opportunity to help Conflict of interest fa board member bedews hNiie has a conflict or potential maid of Interest on a particular issue.that member should stale this belief to No other members of h(rfisr respedho board during a pubic meeting. The member should stale the nature of do corkdet deleting that he/she hes•separate,priwle,or monetarybnhreat.either dbect or indirect b the issue under consideration. The member should then excuse himeelMonolf from voting on Me matter. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? Continued improvement in mental health resources and MAT resources in our county Qualifications for serving: Physician for 10 years in the community with many underserved and marginally served patients in my practice Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and hone numbers:p 0 .. t Steve Debiasi CEO EmergeOrtho 910-520-2258 B U C U1. 1- . 2. Geo Alsina Phy sician Port City Neuros urgery 910-352-0876 3 Emily Reiniche 910-524-1036 Date:10/1/19 Signature Applications ate kept on fill for 18 months i understand that any corn Use a temoved witho cau by a County Corny ut se Please use reveres side for additional comments Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 37 CURRICULUM VITAE NAME:David W. Zub, M.D. ADDRESS: Residence:6811 Finian Dr. Wilmington,NC 28409 910-799-2627 Business: Physician Shareholder EmergeOrtho 509 Olde Waterford Way, Ste 103 Leland,NC 28451 910-755-7217 Email Address: drdzub @gmail.com EMPLOYMENT: 2013-2018 Speakers Bureau Depomed Pharmaceuticals Pfizer 2010-September 2012 Carolinas Pain Institute Director Supply Clinic Supply, NC 2012-2015 Per Diem Anesthesiologist Novant Brunswick Medical Center Bolivia,NC 28422 Novant Thomasville Medical Center Thomasville, NC 27360 2009-2010 Per Diem Anesthesiologist Unifour Anesthesia-Davis Hospital Statesville,NC 2011-2012 Speakers Bureau-Nucynta IR Johnson&Johnson 2006-2010 Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Residency and Fellowship Department of Anesthesiology Winston-Salem,NC Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 38 David W. Zub, M.D. Curriculum Vitae Page 2 2000-2001 Mid-America Transplant Services Tissue/Ocular Coordinator St. Louis, MO 1998-2000 American Red Cross Tissue Services Tissue Specialist I Tissue Processing Group-Skin Division Costa Mesa, CA 1996-1996 American Red Cross Tissue Services Ft. Wayne Indiana EDUCATION: 2009-2010 The Center for Clinical Research Fellow-Chronic Pain Winston-Salem,NC 2006-2009 Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Residency Department of Anesthesiology Winston-Salem,NC 2005-2006 Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Internship Department of Anesthesiology Winston-Salem,NC 2005 University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine Doctorate of Medicine Columbia, MO 1998 Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne BS in Biology Ft. Wayne, IN PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE: North Carolina Medical License#2008-00792 DEA License#FZ1348374 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 39 David W. Zub, M.D. Curriculum Vitae Page 3 HONORS AND AWARDS: 2003-2004 Student Leadership and Service Award University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine 2002. Medical School Student Leadership and Service Award University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine 1997 Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne 1996-1997 Richard Seidel Scholar for Department of Arts and Sciences Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS: 2007-Present ASRA 2006-Present ASA 2011-Present America Academy of Pain Medicine 2010-Present NCMS LECTURES: Clinical Pathways in the Management of Cervical Pain" EmergeOrtho "A Joint Effort in Orthopaedics" February 18, 2017 UNCW, Wilmington, NC New Opioid Guidelines in Pain Management" OrthoWilmington"A Joint Effort in Orthopaedics" Meet- ing February 6, 2016 UNCW, Wilmington,NC Common Interarticular Injections: Indications, Drugs, and Frequency" Pain Society of the Carolinas Annual Meeting October 2011, Charlotte,NC One Lung Ventilation," Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem,NC 27103 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 40 David W. Zub, M.D. Curriculum Vitae Page 4 Respiratory Monitoring," Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem,NC 27103 Review of 2003 ASRA Consensus Statement," Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem,NC 27103 Neurocardiac Injury After Acute Subarachnoid Hemor- rhage," Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem, NC 27103 Review of ASA Practice Guidelines for Perioperative Blood Transfusions and Adjuvant Therapies," Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem, NC 27103 PUBLICATIONS: JOURNAL ARTICLE Zub D.,Berkenbosch J.W., Tobias J.D., Preliminary Experience with Oral Dexmedetomidine for Procedural and Anesthetic Premedication Pediatric Anesthesia. (2005), 15, 932-938. ABSTRACT Zub D.,A 22-year old male with both Eisenmenger and Cornelia de Lange syndromes scheduled for outpatient comprehensive dental treatment and nasal endoscopy. Presented at Gulf Atlantic Resident Research Conference,New Orleans, LA, March 14, 2007. SUMMARY OF CLINICAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: 1 year in the following research studies: Cancer pain Nasal Spray in Break thru Cancer Pain Diabetic Neuropathy(DPN) Neuropathy Pediatric Pain Fibromyalgia Gabapentin Injection for Chronic Intractable Pain Spinal Cord Injury Low Back Pain(LBP) Bone Metatases Pain Post Herpetic Neuralgia Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 41 David W. Zub, M.D. Curriculum Vitae Page 5 SUMMARY OF CLINICAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: (Continued) Moderate Acute Soft Tissue Injury Acute Back Spasm Pump Studies Painful Diabetic Neuropathy(PDN) Post-Herpetic Neuralgia(PHN) OA of Knee, Hip, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Opioid-induced Bowel Dysfunction Vertebral Fractures Spinal Cord Stimulation for Low Back and Leg Pain Lumbar Disc Herniation l Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 42 1 3 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT 1 i NHC Inspections Department Advisory Council I Vacancies: 4 i t Categories: Commercial Builder, Engineer, Mechanical Contractor, and Plumbing Contractor ITerm: 3 years, expiring 7/31/24 Note: Advertising is ongoing for the Engineer and Plumbing Contractor categories. 1 Eligible For Applicant Reappointment Category Nominations Walter Pete Avery (Seeking 3rd Commercial Term) Builder Michael Goodson Comme Bu denial 1 Shawn Sweeley Mechanical Contractor I Attachments: Committee Information Sheet Applications i i 1 1 i i i 1 I I 1 i j 1 i 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 1 NEW HANOVER COUNTY INSPECTIONS DEPARTMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL Number of Members: 8, appointed in categories as follows: Commercial Builder, Electrical Contractor, Engineer, Mechanical Contractor, Plumbing Contractor, Residential Builder, and 2 At-large Term of Office: Three years Regular Meetings: The Council shall meet at least quarterly and may, at its discretion, establish a more frequent meeting schedule. Meetings are held at the New Hanover County Building Safety Department, 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 110, Wilmington, NC. Action Creating Council: The County Commissioners established the Council on June 15, 1998. Membership increased to 8 on July 13, 1998. 4 Purpose: The Council will provide advice and guidance to the Building Safety Department to ensure consistent, timely, economical, professional, and efficient service as an integral part of the departments purpose to protect the lives and property of the citizens living in New Hanover County. TERM OF OFFICE CURRENT MEMBERS CATEGORY APPOINTMENT EXPIRATION William Loeber Electrical First 9/16/19 7/31/22 409 Birmingham Ave. Contractor Carolina Beach, NC 28428 910-520-0162 (C) 910-458-3581 (H) Walter Pete Avery Commercial First 7/20/15 7/31/18 3307 Tipton Court Builder Second 8/20/18 7/31/21 Wilmington, NC 28409 910-632-6252 (H) 910-395-6036 (W) 910-512-3301 (C)De5kfe5 c I Ma-- efvo Stephen Beacham Mechanical First 7/23/12 7/31/15 832 Gull Point Road Contractor Second 7/20/15 7/31/18 Wilmington, NC 28405 Th.rd 8/20/18 7/3(1121 910-443-5111 (H/C) 910-798-4822 (W) i lit Anthony T. Dombroski, Ill Engineer First 7/23/12 7/31/15 2206 Acacia Drive Second 7/20/15 7/31/18 Wilmington, NC 28403 Third 8/20/18 7/31/21 910-620-3263 (H) 910-681-0801 (W) Sean Lewis Residential Unexpired 2/15/16'7/31/16 1107 Sheffield Court Builder First 7/11/16 7/31/19 Wilmington, NC 28411 Second 8/12/19 7/31/22 910-262-5899 (C/H) 910-769-2440 (W) Garry S. Pape At-Large Unexpired 11/16/15 7/31/16 6626-C Gordon Road First 7/11/16 7/31/19 Wilmington, NC 28411 Second 8/12/19 7/31/22 910-442-7870 (H/C) Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 2 NEW HANOVER COUNTY INSPECTIONS DEPARTMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL (CONT.) CURRENT MEMBERS CATEGORY TERM OF OFFICE APPOINTMENT EXPIRATION Randall Siegel Plumbing First 7/23/12 7/31/15 448 Marsh Oaks Drive Contractor cond 7/20/15 7/31/18 Wilmington, NC 28411 1 T ird 8/2 18 appy21 910-686-0068 (H) 910-471-6766 (C) David Lee Smith At-Large First 7/12/04 7/31/07 905 Saltwood Lane Second 7/23/07 7/31/10 Wilmington, NC 28411 Third 7/12/10 7/31/13 910-681-0394 (H) 910-520-6395 (C) Fourth 7/15/13 7/31/16 Fifth 7/11/16 7/31/19 Sixth 8/12/19 7/31/22 Nicholas Gadzekpo, Director File: /Inspections New Hanover Building Safety Department Revised: 09/2019 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 110 Wilmington, NC 28403 910-798-7175 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 3 Long, Melissa From application @webformsnhcgov.comn on behalf of Walter Pete Avery application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Monday,June 28, 2021 3:28 PM To Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Inspections Department Advisory Council External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Inspections Department Advisory Council Category General Contractor Name Walter Pete Avery Email paverv(c mckinleybuildinq.com Home Address 3307 Tipton Court Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) 3807 Peachtree Avenue, Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 United States Map It Home Phone 910)632-6252 Cell Phone a 910)512-3301 Business Phone 910)395-6036 Fax 910)395-6605 Years living in New Hanover County 37 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Male 1 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 4 Race Cuae.g Age 63 Do you h v a family member emploe by New Hanover Co nty? No Applicant's Employer McKinley Building Corporation O c p!oin General Contractor Professional Acti vti s None VI merActivities Foreign an LclaMission Work thru First Ba/kCucrh Hurricane Relief Why do you wish to serve on this bo ard or committee? I am/was on this committe e but my term is expiring.And be caus of the COVID1§Pandemic, my term was effecAeyl cut short because the Commieoonly met on e or two times in the lsat15months. What are s of concern o m you liket see addressed b this c mmittee Building Permit Re view Efficiency and Coordination F»dI2pdasProcdrsanPoess Qualifications forserving: For the past 2 years,my work has been focused o property development and new construction m both the commecia, land multi-family arenas Pnor to thatI was the SeioPlanner Planner for New Hanover Cun, Ihv a BS Degree in Urban and Regional Planning and aMalres Degree h Public Administration. NllaekIhapeosylsrve on the Inspections Department Adv ory Committee. Othrmumdplo county b ed/comm tteeso which yo u are se rvn: None List thre e local peno a references a d phone n mb: Reference McKinley D. Dull Reference I Phone 910)39$63 Reference 2 Jeremy Blair Reference 2 Phone 91%71-77 Reference 3 JakmUEAo 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 5 IReference 3 Phone @1$2253 I{ Additional co mme%: None I Date 0%822021 Consent VI understand mBaybard or committee appo me may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. I I i I. I i i i 1 a i i I Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 6 1 I Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Michael Goodson application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 2:04 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Inspections Department Advisory Council aI i External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Inspections Department Advisory Council Category 1 Commercial Builder Name Michael Goodson Email michaelpoodson@clancytheys.com 1 Home Address 113 Yorkshire Lane Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) 113 Yorkshire Lane a Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 United States Map It Home Phone 910)612-9764 Business Phone 910)392-5220 Years living in New Hanover County 5 I 1 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. i Gender 1 Male Race Caucasian Age 32 1 1 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 7 1 I Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer Clancy&Theys Construction Company Occupation Senior Project Manager Professional Activities Wilmington Contractor's Association-Vice President LEED AP Volunteer Activities Work on Wilmington, Habitat for Humanity, Serve Day via Lifepoint Church i Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? As I have worked with NHC Inspections over the last 5.5 years I have become more familiar with the staff and have cohesively worked through unique permitting situations such as; phased occupancies and inspections, pools and environmental health permitting,commercial core and shell,interior fit ups, multi-address/buildings on single property,certificates of compliance,etc. IAll the different approaches to permitting and inspections has lead me to desire more involvement with the inspection department and advising from a builder's insight. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? With our community continuing to grow and more development on the horizon I think it is important we take a unified approach at construction and development.The permitting and inspections process shall be well defined yet allow flexibility as we see 1 more and more mixed-use projects as the industry changes due to societal changes and planning and zoning requirements change.We are also seeing a lot of out-of-town developers coming into the Wilmington market who may not be familiar with the permitting and inspections process.The implementation of the coast has been beneficial but I believe there is still room for improvement tracking status of inspections since there are so many disciplines involved. Qualifications for serving: Over the last 14 years I have gained experience in working on a variety of unique projects throughout the United States.These experiences with different markets, regional design characteristics,subcontractors,clients and municipalities has provided me j with a skillset to communicate and manage projects effectively and creatively here in Wilmington. I am a LEED AP and have built many LEED designed projects. I have constructed many facets of commercial and multi-unit residential projects to include, car dealerships,distribution centers,entertainment,grocery stores, medical office buildings, restaurants,commercial buildings, 1 apartments buildings,student-housing,core&shell buildings,tenant fit-ups,offices,educational,laboratories,etc. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: j None i List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Bruce Bowman-BMH Architects 1 Reference 1 Phone 910)762-2621 Reference 2 Hill Rogers-Cameron Management Reference 2 Phone 910)251-2324 Reference 3 1 2 i a 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 8 1 1 Hans Schult-New Hanover County Inspections Reference 3 Phone 1 910)798-7008 1 Date 05/24/2021 Consent VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 1 1 i t j i 1 y i 1 i 1 y 1 1 1 9 1 1 i 1 1 1 i i 1 1 i 3 3 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 9 I Long, Melissa I From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Shawn Sweeley application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Friday,June 25, 2021 10:32 AM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Inspections Department Advisory Council 1 External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: a New Hanover County Inspections Department Advisory Council 1 Category i HVAC/Mechanical i Name 1 Shawn Sweeley 1 Email 1 ssweelev(a advancedairsolutions.orq Home Address I 1311 Element Way Apt 1107 Wilmington, North Carolina 28412 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States I Map It Home Phone 1 919)622-6975 Cell Phone 1 919)622-6975 Business Phone 910)791-7888 Years living in New Hanover County l 15 1 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. 1 Gender 1 Male Race 1 White Age 1 iBoard of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 10 39 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? I No 1 Applicant's Employer Advanced Air Solutions Occupation 4 HVAC Division Manager/Sales/estimating/Project Management 1 Professional Activities BNI,Active member of ACCA(Air Conditioning Contractor of America)recent past before relocating back to Wilmington.BBB, TAA(Triangle Apartment Association)NCHBA(Wake county), Secretary/Treasurer for local BNI Chapter 1 Volunteer Activities Multiple Sclerosis Society Volunteer, Muscular Dystrophy Volunteer,Autism Awareness Volunteer Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? To not only assist in the goals of the council,safety of our buildings, building contractors and residents but to also share and gain knowledge from the council thus resulting in implementation of better practices and professional growth. Qualifications for serving: 12+Years in HVAC industry, performing as well as managing, service,maintenance,replacement, installation residential new construction, light commercial replacement. NC license holder. Positions held: installer,service technician,Service manager, General Manager,Operations manager across 3 sites in 2 states managing 20+million in revenue pertaining to HVAC installation and service in new construction industry. System/Duct design/sizing and estimating. Director of Retail Sales and Business Development. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Cameron Moore(WCFHBA) Reference 1 Phone 1 910)799-2611 Reference 2 Jeff Stokley Sr.(Stokley Development) Reference 2 Phone 910)616-2200 Reference 3 IMichael Pratt(Pratt Technologies,Technical Training Institute) Reference 3 Phone 919)349-2200 Date 06/25/2021 Consent 2 i I i Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 11 a VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 1 1 1 1 I i 1 1 i 1 1! i 3 I i 1 1 a i 1 1 1 1 1 I i 3 i Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 2 - 12 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS NHC Planning Board Vacancies: 3 Terms: 3 years, expiring 7/31/24 Eligible For Applicants Reappointment Nominations Joshua Byrd Anna Campbell Bandorian Cromartie Joseph lrrera, Jr. Alexandria Lysik Hansen Matthews Jeffrey B. Petroff X Joanne Phillips Michael Sanclimente Nicholas Silivanch Jeff Stokley, Jr. Attachments: Committee Information Sheet Applications Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 1 NEW HANOVER COUNTY PLANNING BOARD i Number of Members: 7 I Term of Office: Three years m a Compensation: $20.00 per meeting I i Regular Meetings: First Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m. in the Assembly Room of the New Hanover County Courthouse, 24 North Third Street, Wilmington, NC. I 1 Statute or cause creating Board: N. C. General Statutes 153A-321. New Hanover County Ordinance and Resolution establishing Planning Board dated September 2, 1980, for the purpose of planning and making recommendations in order that the elected and appointed officials of the County may competently perform their duties. 4 Brief on the functions: Make studies of the County and surrounding areas; determine objectives to be sought in the development of the study area; prepare and adopt plans for achieving these objectives; develop and recommend policies, ordinances, administrative procedures, and other means for carrying out plans in a coordinated and efficient manner; advise the Board of Commissioners concerning the use and amendment of means of carrying out plans; exercise any functions in the administration and enforcement of various means for carrying out plans that the Board of Commissioners may direct; perform any other related duties that the Board of Commissioners may direct. Much of the Board's time is consumed with Land Use Planning, Zoning, and Growth Management Issues. 1 1 s TERM OF OFFICE CURRENT MEMBERS APPOINTMENT EXPIRATION Paul D. Boney, Vice-Chair First 7/11/16 7/31/19 322 Causeway Drive Second 8/12/19 7/31/22 Seapath Unit 307 Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480 910) 520-0812 (C) Donna Girardot, Chair First 4/21/14 7/31/17 927 Radnor Road Second 7/17/17 7/31/20 Wilmington, NC 28409 Third 7/13/20 7/31/23 910) 452-1078 (H) Ernest W. Olds First 7/20/15 7/31/18 317 Folly Island Court Second 7/9/18 7/31/21 Wilmington, NC 28411 j 910) 303-9666 (H/C) (910) 341-7600 (VV) Jeffrey B. Petroff First 7/9/18 7/31/21 5608 Oak Bluff Lane Wilmington, NC 28409 910-540-1346 (C) 910-796-9922 (H) 910-254-9333 (W) 4 t ar t t 1 J Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 2 NEW HANOVER COUNTY PLANNING BOARD (CONT.) TERM OF OFFICE CURRENT MEMBERS APPOINTMENT EXPIRATION H. Allen Pope, PE Unexpired 7/11/16 7/31/17 212 Grayhawk Circle First 7/17/17 7/31/20 Wilmington, NC 28411 Second 7/13/20 7/31/23 910) 471-7177 (C) Thomas "Jordy" Rawl Unexpired 7/21/14 7/31/15 1722 Canady Road First 7/20/15 7/31/18 Wilmington, NC 28411 Second 7/9/18 7/31/21 910-332-8528 (H) 252-916-4575 (C) Colin J. Tarrant First 8/12/19 7/31/22 1419 Halcyon Ln. Wilmington, NC 28411 919-414-2684 (C) Director: Rebekah Roth File: /Planning Planning Manager: Ken Vafier Revised: 07/2020 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 110 Wilmington, NC 28403 910-798-7165 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 3 I cuNTY. NO 1 NEW HANOVER COUNTY Ry BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ivy%`IP 'r gpv0, 230 Government Center Drive,Suite 175 Wilmington,NC 28403 COMMITTEE APPLICATION i Telephone(910) 798-7149 J uN 10 2021 •^.., • 1 FAX(910)798-7145 Board/Committee: PIa,Vl n i Vl 6 Oc rd Au. F F F , 1 Category(if applicable): I Name: JPS /t(.Gl B y rU{ E-Mail: JO I .0(o y trot '1 S(y t G oko •co V" Address: Sit t2o v iti tit Ave OtniV 03 tjt r`l(M ik 2B O3Address: treet) City) Zip Code) Mailing Address if different: Street) City) Zip Code) Home Phone: Fax: Cell:Le;Atf32-71-1 6 Business: Years living in f New Hanover County: (J Male: Er Female: 0 Race: GJ ir(Age: Information for the purpose of assuring a cross-section of the community) Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County?If yes, name: Applicant's Employer. In accordance with Article VI,Sec.7 of the New Hanover County Personnel Policy,a person currently employed by the agency or department for which this application is made must resign his/her position with New Hanover County upon appointment. Furthermore,the applicant should have no immediate family member employed by such agency or department. n i i C L Occupation: r" COO-5`W ,5601-1A J-ks ,'f -1--`i Professional Activities:l,OVIl x V U.i V' PLAW-k.‘6% Volunteer Activities: 1`Iask OCecuAS P nectck L(ecio up Why do you wish to "r0 etA 5ute p vad kc eye p la.u(A ; Ar^aJ the •1-0 serve on this board/ rr 1 committee? 1 eAft,r dike eA <ivi` v are c Conflict of Interest If a board member believes he/she has a conflict or potential conflict of interest on articular issue,that member should state this belief to the other members of his/her respective board during a public meeting. The member should state the nature of the conflict,detailing that he/she has a separate,private,or monetary interest,either direct or indirect,in the issue under consideration. The member should then excuse himself/herself from voting on the matter. 3 What areas of concern would To tie 5 e a$ ,n vie ec c7f you like to see addressed by this committee? 1(1:I CA v ) ti Z d Om"Ot if W ml U r Qualifications 6.5 • h ii g J;ov v"e e e w s + 4- cis on for serving: CO IA 5 4 0 A_ cuA-cl tA.09(Aw. ote ve tor LA-,e c"` . t Other municipal or county timeboards/committees on which you are serving: List three local personal references and phone numbers: 1. Skri A nit tlaveA ai©- a31- 3563 2. Tev0r `Fr loetv f Ra9- aby- ./I77 3. ec o\w p 1),eP`'Ve v'ck i .e. 3 3 Date: 6 P0I \ Signature Applications are kept on file for 18 months I understand that board or committee ap intee maybe removed without cause by a majority of County Com loners. Please use reverse side for additional commentsBoard of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 4 4 iLong, Melissa From: appicaon@web or snhcgo Iom on behalf of Anna Campbell app|2don@we f hrmsn go.com> Sent: Sunday May 30, 20 219 32 AM ITo: Crowell, K m Long, Meissa i Subject: Appi2tonf r New Hanover County Planning Bar 1 Ex terra Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or rep y until yo u know it is safe ** Board o Committee being applied to: New Hano er County Planning Board Name i Anna C mp k Email anncampdmb2Qmk.m IHome AdUes 62Mayfair Club Drive Unit 2 3 plmmbmNgCUha245 United States MaD It iMailing Address(if different from ho me ad drs) United States MAI Home Phoe @1$724-2667 Years liin in New Hanover Cou my 4 I Personal|nomatoclIcte blwist msre acossect o otecmmui is represented. G n e i Female Race White A e 4 Do yo u hav a family member emploe by New Ha oe County? No Apl nlsEmpo e) Corefact Occupation 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 5 copywriter Professional Activities I am leading a national internships program through Abundant Earth Foundation and a local internship program between UNCW and the Cape Fear Sierra Club. Volunteer Activities I volunteer with local community gardens, Northside Food Co-op,and provide marketing services for start-up artists. Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I believe my experience with project management,program leadership,feasibility studies,business management,community development in California,Texas,and NC would benefit the growth and sustainability of our community. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? Continue aligning the short-term goals with long-term objectives for our infrastructure and economic viability. Qualifications for serving: I have volunteered with the Fuquay-Varina downtown association, managed several businesses, have an MBA,and have two years experience in real estate. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Andy McGlinn Reference 1 Phone 920)883-9908 Reference 2 Evan Folds Reference 2 Phone 910)232-3598 Reference 3 Lynne Harmelin Reference 3 Phone 910)660-1351 Date 05/30/2021 Consent VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 1 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 6 Kianpour, Dahria From application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Bandorian Cromartie application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Wednesday,June 10, 2020 10:33 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Kianpour, Dahria ska Subject: Application for New Hanover County Planning Board \ l kQ' ' Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Planning Board Name Bandorian Cromartie Email bandorianic(&gmail.com Home Address 617 McGinnis Lane Wilmington, North Carolina 28412 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 910)512-2846 Cell Phone 910)512-2846 Years living in New Hanover County 21 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Male Race Black Age 28 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer Boys And Girls Brigade 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 7 Y a Occupation Professional Youth Developer Professional Activities Serving in an active role of significance or leadership position in a business, non-profit or community-based organization,e.g., board of directors Leadership in discipline-related public outreach activities Participation in other activities that place faculty in direct contact with business and other organizational leaders(e.g.speaking engagements) Develop an approved minor,certificate or executive education program or course Develop approved material describing the design and implementation of new curricula Volunteer Activities I spend my free time getting children and adults the resources they need to succeed in life such as,jobs, mental and behavioral help,cars,money,food,education. I serve the New Hanover County Resilience Task Force,Champions for Compassion, NAACP, Policy And Planning for US Army,and Freeman Family Foundation. Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I wish to serve on this board because, I can bring something completely different to the table such a military and law enforcement background. I was born here and i know how much this area has changed over the years. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? Housing for move people in the future to come. Qualifications for serving: Listening.The skill of listening to what others have to say Having Knowledge or Understanding of Community Issues or Ordinances. Planning commissioners spoke to the importance of having knowledge or understanding of issues facing the community, or of local ordinances and laws. Being Fair&Open-Minded. Being Prepared. Ability to Communicate. Public speaking and the ability to communicate. Analytic Ability Relevant Experience. Having relevant experience in planing 8 military bases in America and Korea. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Gabbie Homles Reference 1 Phone 919)935-2341 Reference 2 Damell Freeman Reference 2 Phone 910)777-8861 Reference 3 Charlene Ceaser 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 8 Reference 3 Phone 910)612-4791 Date 06/10/2020 Consent I understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. CEr l) BOC OFF 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 9 I i 1 Long, Melissa 1 From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Joseph Irrera application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Wednesday,June 2, 2021 3:21 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Planning Board 1 I External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Planning Board Name 4 Joseph Irrera)c!r"„ 1 Email 1 jirrera86@umail.com Home Address i 114 Hidden Lake Lane Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) i I United States Map It Home Phone 1 910)212-2867 Years living in New Hanover County 34 a Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. 1 Gender Male Race White Age 34 iDo you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? I i No g Applicant's Employer I Xcel Group l l Occupation i I g 1 1 1, Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 10 i 1 i Quality Control/Quality Assurance i Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I want to become more involved in local government and be a part of the planning for the future of New Hanover County and thought that I could start by volunteering on NHC Boards. Qualifications for serving: I have lived in New Hanover County my entire life and have grown up watching the county grow. I am now raising a family of my own here and would like to be apart of shaping what NHC will look like when they grow older. s Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: 1 1 None I List three local personal references and phone numbers: J. Reference 1 Jonathan Calhoun Reference 1 Phone 910)520-4669 Reference 2 Joseph A. Irrera IReference 2 Phone 910)264-5372 Reference 3 Jacob Barton IReference 3 Phone 1 910)520-2975 Date 06/02/2021 i IConsent lel understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 1 a 1 i i s 1 z Ia 1 i 1 1 t 2 1I i Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 11 Long, Melissa From: application@webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Alexandra Lysik application@webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Thursday,June 24, 2021 2:36 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Planning Board External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: 1 New Hanover County Planning Board Name Alexandra Lysik Email alexandraa.cavikinsurance.com Home Address 1713 Ebb Dr Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 910)398-5850 Years living in New Hanover County 15 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Female Race White Age 35 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer Self Employed Occupation 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 12 Insurance Professional Activities Board Member of the Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry Volunteer Activities Animal Foster Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? As someone who has seen the significant changes occurring in New Hanover County over the last 16 years, I would be interested in being a part of the future planning.Our community,and the surrounding communities,are some of the fastest growing areas in North Carolina, so there are multiple facets to consider. Living standards,accessibility,traffic, road conditions, tourism,etc. Each of these facets come with their own challenges,and being at at large member would allow me to bring a perspective of someone who has seen the community at its different stages. In addition,with the knowledge I gained from graduating UNCW with a Masters in Public Administration to this board, I believe overall I would be an asset to have. My goal is to make sure every citizen has the best experience they can,whether they live here full time or are just visiting. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? Traffic at certain times of the day.The consistent clear cutting of the land and smaller lot issue. How the communities public services will be maintained with the expected growth. Qualifications for serving: 16 years of living here Masters In Public Administration Insurance Agent Owner,so familiar with weather,traffic patterns,etc I am committed to this community and its future Desire to be on the committee Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Thomas Murphy Reference 1 Phone 910)228-6493 Reference 2 ti Melissa Gott Reference 2 Phone 910)547-8050 Reference 3 Eugene Arnold a Reference 3 Phone 716)474-3868 Date 06/24/2021 Consent 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 13 telune admB any board 7committee apime may be removed without cause by amajon&of County Commissioners. i 1 i 3 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 14 I Long, Melissa t 1 From: application@webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Hansen Matthews application@webformsnhcgov.com> i Sent: Wednesday,June 23, 2021 12:05 PM I To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa I Subject: Application for New Hanover County Planning Board1 i i I 1 External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe **1 I Board or Committee being applied to:i i New Hanover County Planning Board g Name 1 1 Hansen Matthews I Email i hansen(amwmrealestate.com 2 1 Home Address i 4 4301 Masonboro Loop Road 1 Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 1 I United States Map It 1 Mailing Address(if different from home address) I 1 2524 Independence Boulevard Qi Wilmington, NC 28412 i United States Map It i i Home Phone 1 k 000)000-0000 1 Cell Phone 910)538-5959 4 Business Phone 1 1 910)791-0400 1 Fax g 910)395-4608 t g Years living in New Hanover County i 59 1 1 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. I Gender Male• 1 Race 1 White 1i I i i Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 15 Age 63 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer Maus Warwick Matthews&Co. Occupation Real Estate Brokerage Professional Activities I broker retail,offices,industrial, income,medical&restaurant buildings and land in southeastern North Carolina from the South Carolina state line to Morehead City. My work endeavors involve both seller/landlord representation as well as buyer/tenant representation. I have been involved in developments in New Hanover County,although I've had no direct participation and ownership in developing here for well over a decade and I do not anticipate doing so for the foreseeable future. Volunteer Activities Past service on the boards of directors for the following organizations:Wilmington Downtown(2 terms),Greater Wilmington Chamber of Commerce(2 terms),Cape Fear Realtors,Wilmington Rotary Club(2 terms). Past member of North Carolina Economic Development Assn. Recent activities include serving on Rotary committees which support the residents of Boys& Girls Home and the students at Williston Middle School. Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? As a native Wilmingtonian, I've always loved our area&wherever I travel I'm proud to tell people where I live. I've witnessed UNCW grow from the initial 3 buildings on a"new,sleepy 2 lane road"into what it is today located on South College Road. Massive change and growth has already happened and I want to lend my professional experiences and knowledge as the remaining area of the county is currently developed. Everyone's future is at stake and we need the experience of seasoned people in various professions which are related to real estate to come up with the best results. 4 What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? Much of New Hanover County's suburban area was developed in the 1960's-around 2010,when land was plentiful and very affordable. Massive single family neighborhoods such as Pine Valley, Kings Grant,College Acres and others were built on 100' x 150'lots. I grew up in a neighborhood like these and there were hundreds of acres of woods nearby in which to play.The current scarcity of undeveloped land and the high demand have made this type of development unaffordable for the vast majority of home buyers.We must change the way which we develop the remaining area of the county and this will mean smaller lots, more multifamily dwellings and greater density.At the same time,we've got to make certain that the residents have access to open areas for recreation to insure a good quality of life. Other communities around the country which are much larger than ours have done this, so we need to be open to trying new ways of development.We need to take a long term view of our community and realize that folks may live here for hundreds of years after we're gone,so whatever we do now will be very important. Qualifications for serving: I've spent my entire adult life brokering commercial real estate and land in our area.This has given me the unique opportunity of riding in the front seat with numerous developers from around the state as they do windshield assessments of various property types and locations.The conversations which have ensued during what has often been inspection tours which have lasted for an entire day has been educational beyond description. Finding land which is the correct size,zoning,condition(lacking too much wetlands), location and price is already daunting and it's getting tougher every year-regardless of what"product"they want to build. Listening and watching as these problem solvers describe the issues and challenges of building a product or providing a location to a service provider who can address the needs of our residents has been illuminating.Seeing our community through the eyes of people who are active in many different places has cast light on both problems and solutions. gOther municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Tyler Newman 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 16 Reference 1 Phone 404)484-9045 Reference 2 Charlie R, evnbark Reference 2 Phone 910)2$54 Reference 3 Cameron Mir Reference 3 Phone @10)54$15 Additional comme B: Thank you for the op portw¥to offer my se rvc to the community u welcome aypmto m which an pn may have about my background,me toy ns or experience. Date 06/23/2021 Cos nt VI understand$m any board 2 committee pp me may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 3 i i Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 17 I. NEW HANOVER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 230 Government Center Drive,Suite 175 t', Wilmington,NC 28403 COMMITTEE APPLICATION f"''. `i Telephone(910)798-7149 FAX(910) 798-7145 t i 1 Board/Committee: Planning Board Name: Jeffrey B. Petroff E-Mail: jpetroff @cldeng.com Home Address: 5608 Oak Bluff Lane Wilmington 28409 Street) City) Zip Code) Mailing Address if different: -same- City) Zip Code) Home Phone: 910-796-9922 Fax: 910-254-0502 Cell: 910-540-1346 Business: 254-9333 Years living in New Hanover County: 20 Male: Female: Race:White Age: 42 Information for the purpose of assuring a cross-section of the community) Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County?If yes, name no Employer Coastal Land Design, PLLC A person currently employed by the agency or department for which this application is made,must resign his/her position with New Hanover County upon appointment,in accordance with Article VI,Sec.4 of the New Hanover County Personnel Policy. Furthermore,applicant should have no immediate family member employed by such agency or department. Occupation: Civil Engineer - Licensed in NC, SC and TN a' Professional Activities: PENC(Prof. Engineers of NC)& ASCE(American Society of Civil Engineers) Volunteer Activities: Assistant Scoutmaster to Cub Scout troop 253 1 Why do you wish to serve on this board/committee? I would like to utilize my two decades of local engineering experience in the formation and implementation of the new UDO. Conflict of Interest: If a board member believes he/she has a conflict or potential conflict of interest on a particular issue,that member should state this belief to the other members of his/her respective board during a public meeting. The member should state the nature of the conflict,detailing that he/she has a separate,private,or monetary interest,either direct or indirect,in the issue under consideration. The member should then excuse himself/herself from voting on the matter. j 1 What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? As a small business owner and longtime resident, I would like to ensure a balanced approach to growth. Qualifications for serving: Almost 20 years of civil engineering experience in Wilmington with a focus on stormwater management and infrastructure improvement. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: County representative to CFPTA (Wave Transit) 2010-2019, served as Board Chair for 2 years and head of Facilities List three local personal references and phone numbers: RE C, i I\TEJ'-)3 t Lentz Brewer 910-200-3999 JUN 1 t, 2 Donna Girardot 910-264-9696 BOC OFF , 1 3. Jim Hundley 910-612-0972 f Date: June 14, 2018 Signature 4 Applications are kept on file for 18 months I understand any boar or c mmittee mt y be removed without cause by a majority of County ommissioners. 4 Please use reverse side for additional comments Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 18 Kianpour, Dahria From: application@webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Joanne Phillips application@webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Monday, February 1, 2021 9:06 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Kianpour, Dahria Subject:Application for New Hanover County Planning Board c— Attachments: J-Phillips-Board-Bio-Jan-202 11.pdf 44 VAkp" a Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Planning Board Name Joanne Phillips Email philio04( amail.com Home Address 7914 Breeze Way Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It 1 Home Phone 919)337-3642 Cell Phone 919)337-3642 Years living in New Hanover County 1 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Female Race White Age 55 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 19 Red Hat, Inc. Occupation Sr Director, Internal Audit&Risk Management(CPA) Professional Activities In addition to my audit and risk management responsibilities, I am also involved in various corporate strategic planning efforts. Volunteer Activities Advisory Board-American Cancer Society-Central and Eastern North Carolina Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I am new to New Hanover and am seeking opportunities to learn more about my community in a serving capacity. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? No areas of concern at this time Qualifications for serving: CPA-25+years of audit, risk and controllership experience both in small and large size business. I also bring insights into various industries including telecommunications,software and technology, manufacturing and investment banking. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: None List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Melissa Law Reference 1 Phone 910)489-2581 Reference 2 Lexi Pate Reference 2 Phone 910)232-5943 Reference 3 Michael Whitley Reference 3 Phone 919)931-3000 Upload additional information. J-Phillips-Board-Bio-Jan-20211.pdf Date 02/01/2021 Consent VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause byia tnajority.of-County betimIssioners. 2 FtB 0 2 2021Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 20 Joanne Phillips is a dynamic finance leader with a focus on building teams with integrity and transparency.Joanne brings extensive experience in accounting, finance,tax&audit matters for multinational operations both through industry and public practice. Prioritizing team effectiveness, she has cultivated 'can-do'and talented finance departments resulting in capable and accurate analysis supporting management in various industries including telecom, manufacturing and software.As a finance leader in many large corporate settings,she has had a strong focus on enabling the accounting department as a critical partner for the business,while maintaining a commitment to excellence and professionalism. After graduating with a Bachelor of Mathematics degree majoring in Accounting from the University of Waterloo, ON, Canada,Joanne began building her extensive resume that includes the following industries and broad range of expertise: 8 years of progressive public accounting roles, including tax&audit(EY Alum), Ottawa ON 10 years at Norte! Networks in Ottawa,ON, Herndon,VA&RTP, NC culminating to the Director, Global Finance Governance 5 years as Director, Financial Reporting/Technical Accounting at Credit Suisse, RTP, NC 5 years as Controller for privately-held software companies supporting acquisitions and due diligence efforts including advising on venture capital financing structures In March of 2017,Joanne transitioned to Red Hat,a$3B+multinational software solutions company specializing in open-source technologies, progressing her career as the Director of External Reporting to her current position as the Chief of Staff for the CFO Office.As part of her current responsibilities,Joanne also oversees the Internal Audit&Risk Management functions at Red Hat. In addition to the various finance-related roles and industries she has experienced,Joanne is a strong communicator with an acute ability to message difficult technical and strategic finance concepts. Reputed for her directness and foresightedness, Joanne can be relied upon to raise key and tough questions while offering bold solutions.Joanne is often sought out for her ability to capture ideas and translate them into dear, brief and impactful written words. Joanne brings a technical expertise while offering strategic and innovative ideas yet realizes that there is much that she can continuously learn.While she is keenly interested in the telecom,software and high- tech industries, her passion remains focused on how she can service her community.As a military mom, and a firm believer in strong family values, Joanne brings both empathy and realism to every challenge. Joanne originally certified as a Canadian Chartered Accountant and now holds an active Certified Public Accounting(CPA)license in North Caroline(#29882). Joanne currently serves on the Advisory Board,American Cancer Society, Central and Eastern NC area. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 21 Kianpour, Dahria From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Michael Sanclimenti application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Thursday,June 11, 2020 10:24 PM To: Crowell, Kym; Kianpour, Dahria Subject: Application for New Hanover County Planning Board XQ,S Attachments: Mikeresl3.pdf0\'‘ \ (o\ C) Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Planning Board Name Michael Sanclimenti Email michaelsanclimenti @att.net Home Address 538 Deveraux Drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28412 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 732)616-4982 Cell Phone 732)616-4982 Years living in New Hanover County 1.5 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Male Race White Age 63 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 22 AT&T Occupation Senior Consultant Professional Activities Accomplished technology professional with extensive experience in information technology, network architecture,design, development,and security for Fortune 500 corporations Volunteer Activities Before moving to Wilmington, I served on the Howell Township(NJ)Zoning Board of Adjustment as an alternate from 2005- 2007. From 2012 to 2019,served on the Howell Township Zoning Board of Adjustment as a full time member.Served as Secretary for three years and three years as Vice Chair. Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? This board serves both the businesses and residents of the county so neither infringe on how businesses operate and residents reside on their property.The Planning Board must strike a balance of business growth and and the welfare of the residents.As a former member of the Howell Township Zoning Board of Adjustment, my decision on each case was based on what was good for the township and the residents. I enjoyed my time on the Zoning Board and with my experience I believe I can fulfill the responsibility as a member of the New Hanover County Planning Board. Qualifications for serving: Two years serving as an alternate on the Howell Township Zoning Board of Adjustment. I served seven years as a full time member on the Zoning Board.Within the seven years, I was secretary for three years and vice chair for three years. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: Nonw List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Jimmy Jones Reference 1 Phone 919)740-7313 Reference 2 Joan Dorry Reference 2 Phone 845)642-1463 Reference 3 Jerry Dunn Reference 3 Phone 845)499-7081 Upload additional information. Mikeresl3.pdf Date 06/11/2020 Consent 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 23 S I understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. C I ED BOC OFF . 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 24 OBJECTIVE Accomplished technology professional with extensive experience in information technology, Certifications network architecture,design,development,and security for Fortune 500 corporations. ISC2-CISSP 84886 Dec.2005 PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES Brings deep technical expertise and detailed knowledge of information technology,security, Skills network architecture,and technical integration Feature Development Confident, influential and trusted by colleagues and in client-facing situations Lifecycle: Provides effective,decisive team leadership Architecture, Communicates well with people of varying backgrounds and expertise, including technologists, Feature Design, security specialists, project managers and business customers Configuration, Testing, Well organized, methodical and self-motivating,takes ownership of solutions Engineering and Solves business problems through the application of technology Troubleshooting, Stays on top of the latest trends,and acquires new skills quickly and independently Documentation, Tier 4 Support EDUCATION Integration Technologies: Information Assurance, Master of Science June 2007—June 2009 Layer 2 WAN Norwich University, Northfield,Vermont protocols, , IPv4,IPv6,TCP, Graduated Cum Laude UDP,Routing Protocols, Studies focused on the comprehensive exploration of the information security life cycle and its Multicast,QoS, growing importance to an organization in achieving its strategic and tactical objectives.Security WAAS,IPSec,SSL, case studies furnished upon request. Firewall,Intrusion Prevention Political Science, Bachelor of Arts September 1994—May 1999 Systems Rutgers University,New Brunswick, New Jersey Infrastructure: Cisco ISR(G1&G2) EXPERIENCE and legacy routers, Catalyst switches, IOS,Cisco WAAS, Senior Consultant February 2009—Present Nexus 7000& AT&T Consulting 7700,5600,2300, FabricPath,OTY, Provide solutions to complex network infrastructure and security projects.ASA 5500X, Current Project:California Corrections Healthcare System.Security Technology FirePower,WSA, Consultant. Implementation of the new FirePower Management Center(FMC)and multiple vSMA FirePower Threat Defense(FTD)for the agency's 50+institutions,regional offices,and HQ. Project Network Tools: includes configuration of FTDs and FMC,Access Control, IPS,and AMP security policies, EIGRP Wireshark, with authentication utilizing Flexconfig,and High Availability. Trained staff in security operations Network General to investigate and mitigate IPS and AMP alerts. Implemented URL Filtering,whitelists, blacklists, Sniffer,Netflow, Spirent Smart IAB,Safe Search,and other features. Windows&Smart Flow,SolarWinds Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 25 Implemented a new security network infrastructure to facilitate the migration of all services that Orion Network are currently identified and hosted in the existing datacenter.The telecommunications center in Management Stockton CA. (STX) hosts electronic medical applications for the treatment and care of their patients and build and support a business continuity solution to be served for Disaster Recovery Operating of CCHCS applications and solutions. Implemented a new Telecommunications Center that serves Systems: as the secondary telecommunications center and the support of disaster recovery services. Windows,Unix, Linux Implementation, planning,and engineering of ASA firewalls(5545 redeployment and 5585 Compliance: deployment), Fire Power IPS,and Web Security Appliance and virtual Security Management FISMA,FIPS,NIST Appliance. Basic QoS functionality to address performance of remote sites/SIX traffic types and 800, HIPAA flows. Completed Projects:Dallas Cowboys. Infrastructure engineer for the design and implementation of a data center at the Dallas Cowboys Frisco Complex.The network infrastructure will consist of Nexus 7710, Nexus 5600s, FEX 2300s and 2200s,Catalyst 4500 and 3850 switches, and ASA firewalls. Starwood Hotels& Resorts. Network Engineer. Discovery and analysis of Starwood Hotels and Resorts network infrastructure for the implementation of AT&T's IP Flex SIP Offering.This is a multiphase project to implement SIP for the Starwood contact centers. Fiserv. Network Engineer. Pre and post sales of new and existing Fiserv customers. Migration of existing Fiserv customers from AT&T and Verizon's Frame Relay to their respective MPLS networks. Included in the migration is VPN design and Disaster Recovery. Involved in the successful rollout of GETVPN for Fiserv's largest clients. UBS.Senior Network Operator. Provide Tier 2 support for the UBS financial organizations. Resolve complex issues involving routing and switching. EBay.Assist the organization in the finalization of a QoS framework, policies and configuration templates for the equipment that is standardized across the Enterprise footprint. In addition, EBay has requested input and guidance on how the organization can operationalize the provisioning and management of QoS moving forward. Archer Daniels Midland Company. Network Engineer for the relocation of ADM's data center from corporate headquarters to the AT&T Hosting facility in Lisle, IL. Marsh& McLennan.Solutions Architect for the IPv6 assessment.The position involves evaluation of the network for IPv6 compliance, recommendations, and a road map to IPv6. BBDO. Network Engineer for the design of a new primary and backup data center. Project included design of Nexus 7000, Nexus 5500, Nexus 2200,VDCs,and OW. Oracle. Instructor responsible for teaching MPLS& BGP to Oracle's network engineers. Henry Schein. Security Engineer created a data classification program.The project included classification recommendation, implementation,and road map. The Hartford Ins. Network Engineer reviewing the VolP network.This involved reviewing the Cisco and Juniper environment and recommending solutions to mitigate voice quality issues and improve the overall network performance. San Francisco General Hospital.Solution Architect for the design and implementation of both wired and wireless medical grade network.The infrastructure consists of Cisco Nexus switches, Catalyst switches,wireless products,and security products. Clorox. Lead Architect to develop a next generation WAN strategy for a consumer products company.The strategy includes MPLS, Internet, Performance Routing, Intelligence Routing,Cloud Computing,WAN Optimization,and Mobility and BYOD. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 26 Flextronics. Lead Engineer for the implementation of a new data center infrastructure consisting of Cisco's Nexus 7000,5500,and FabricPath. Pace Suburban Bus Company. Lead Engineer for the implementation of a new data center infrastructure consisting of Cisco's Nexus 7000, 2000,and upgrades to the existing Catalyst 6500E series switches Diversified Agency Services,a division of Omnicom Group. Lead Architect to review and recommend network technologies for the framework of the new DAS network that will serve the 190 organizations that comprise the Omnicom Group. Avaya. Network assessment to ensure the network is designed and deployed in an optimized manner and that the network is scalable, highly available and adaptive in order to meet current and future needs. In addition,assess performance issues with their video conferencing and focus on the availability,scalability and performance. Pitney Bowes Inc. WAN assessment for their global operations and manufacturing sites to support VolP,video conference,and Microsoft OCS video services.Analyzed current bandwidth utilizations and QoS configuration. Recommended a new QoS strategy to support voice and video by suggesting a 6COS approach and upgrades to bandwidth and routers. Becton Dickinson Inc. Network LAN assessment for their global operations and manufacturing sites. Networks have up-to-date and outdated equipment.Will report to management analysis of LAN environments with recommendations on equipment upgrade path and overall costs for the upgrades. Weight Watchers Inc.Completion of a data center assessment. Discovered and reported on positive and negatives aspects of the data center design and operations. Made the necessary recommendation to solve the flaws and risks. State of Georgia. Completion of security-based IT projects. Projects included architect for cloud security and architect for secure remote access for agencies.This includes site-to-site IPSec, client-based IPSec,and SSL. Equipment used for design was Cisco,Juniper,Crossbeam,and CheckPoint.All secure remote access projects complied with NIST 800 and FIPS. Mars Candy Inc. Successful installation of a firewall for PCI compliance.The company was launching a retail business and needed to be PCI compliant.ASA firewalls and 3750 switches were installed, programmed,and tested. Customer passed the PCI audit. Estee Lauder Inc.Completed QoS project. Project accomplishments were identifying Voice,video, and data traffic. Reviewing existing QoS and recommendations for new a QoS solution consisting of 4 and 6 COS. Senior Member of Technical Staff July 2002-February 2009 AT&T Labs, Middletown, New Jersey Research and development for AT&T's Managed Router Services for the Enhanced VPN (EVPN) and AT&T VPN (AVPN) Offer. Primary responsibilities are the development,test,and support of CE router features. Senior Systems Engineer February 2001—July 2002 Flash Networks, Holmdel, New Jersey Pre and post sales support for the Net-Gain 1100 wireless software products,which enhanced the performance of Internet traffic for wireless data networks. Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 27 Distinguish Member Consulting Staff October 1995—February 2001 Lucent Technologies(formerly INS), Holmdel, New Jersey Specializes in a number of areas, including enterprise and service provider telecommunications and infrastructure projects. Performed a number of roles related to network architecture design, build and operations. Responsibilities included pre and post sales engineer, network design,and operations support. 4 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 28 Kianpour, Dahria From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Nicholas Silivanch application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Monday, June 22, 2020 3:26 PM kTo: Crowell, Kym; Kianpour, Dahria 5 Subject: Application for New Hanover County Planning Board \','Cx' 9.0 aaD Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Planning Board Name Nicholas Silivanch E i e i Email nickeccrenc.com Home Address 1205 Beeston Court Wilmington, North Carolina 28411 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) United States Map It Home Phone 910)515-7969 Cell Phone 910)515-7969 Business Phone 910)399-4602 Fax 910)399-4675 Years living in New Hanover County 17 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Male Race American Age 34 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 29 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer Eastern Carolina Commercial Real Estate Occupation Commercial Real Estate Broker Professional Activities Currently sit on the board of Directors for the Regional Commercial Real Estate Alliance/MLS Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I believe that it is imperative that practitioners in the Commercial Real Estate Development community help in safeguarding properties and their values while also helping to create and craft areas for smart development and growth. Not every tree needs to be cut down, but along major thoroughfares it makes sense to have commercial on the road frontage instead of residential homes.The planning board now more then ever must look at the realties that exist as the amount of vacant land dwindles and the redevelopment of existing parcels will become more prevalent in the years to come. We don't need to say no to growth, we need to say yes to smart growth and well designed projects to benefit the community. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? The growth along the new bypass corridor in Poters Neck/Murrayville neighborhoods will be affected by it, making sure that the new development in this area makes the best use possible of creating commercial nodes, intersected with multifamily and residential makes the most sense.The other area of growth will be Castle Hayne, i believe insuring that smart growth is vital to this area of the county as the Cape Fear River is one of our best resources and ensuring that it is protected will be vital to future generations. Qualifications for serving: I have been a commercial realtor for many years, helping business's and developers find sites that fit thier needs, getting plans for development approved and working to also meet the goals of the county. I worked as a developer for affordable housing across the state prior to that and believe in the need and growth for affordable housing in our area is needed. Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: Previously served on the Port Waterway and Beach Commission List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Mark Johnson Reference 1 Phone 703)244-6113 Reference 2 David Branton Reference 2 Phone 704)740-8184 Reference 3 Jonathan Washburn Reference 3 Phone 910)352-2846 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 30 Date i 06/22/2020 Consent I understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. I t i 3, I 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 31 Long, Melissa From: application @webformsnhcgov.com on behalf of Jeff Stokley Jr application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:35 AM To: Crowell, Kym; Long, Melissa Subject: Application for New Hanover County Planning Board External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: New Hanover County Planning Board Name Jeff Stokley Jr Email jstoklev86(&stoklevdevelopment.com Home Address 5138 masonboro harbor drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28409 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) Stokley Development 5208 Carolina Beach Rd Ste.C North Carolina Wilmington United States Map It Home Phone 910)616-2203 Cell Phone 910)616-2203 Business Phone 910)765-1019 Years living in New Hanover County 34 Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community is represented. Gender Male Race White Age 34 1Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 32 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? No Applicant's Employer Stokley Development Occupation Small Business Owner and Real Estate Developer Professional Activities Co-owner and Vice President of Stokley Development. I have been in the construction and land development industry since 2008.i began my construction career with Stokley Development in the single family residential market,delivering projects from raw dirt assemblage and acquisition to builder ready lots. I have experience in both commercial development and new construction. I am also the co-founder and owner of Advanced Air Solutions,a full-service HVAC company specializing in indoor-air quality and mold remediation.Advanced Air Solutions was established in 2009. I am also the co-founder and owner of Stoked Restaurant in Carolina Beach, NC.Stoked Restaurant was established in 2018. Volunteer Activities I volunteered with local Pop Warner football program for over ten years. Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I wish to help facilitate the proper planning decisions to ensure sustainable developments in our county happen in the right place at the right time,for the benefit of the economy and the residents of our local community.i have a vested interest in being a part of the growth of our county,and feel an obligation to provide my skill set to contribute to our region's continued quality of life. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? The areas of concern for this committee should be to make sure we continue to develop the remaining land in New Hanover County to its highest and best use to meet the needs and aspirations of the community,We must incorporate and utilize the fi recently adopted UDO to encourage continued economic development while meeting future housing needs,including affordable housing, in our community. Qualifications for serving: Being a local business owner and real estate developer, I have specific skill sets that i would like to use to benefit our community and region.Through my real estate dealings and as a development practitioner, i am familiar with community issues, the county's Comprehensive Plan and the recently adopted Unified Development Ordinance. I am confident in my analytic ability to evaluate"highest and best use"and my ability to translate site plans and ordinances as they pertain to projects that the Planning Board is asked to review. Being a small business owner i believe I have a talent for communication and decision making that can be effectively applied to this position. . Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: none List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 The Honorable David Rouzer Reference 1 Phone 919)740-3225 Reference 2 NHC Commision Chair Julia Boseman Reference 2 Phone 910)547-6975 Reference 3 2Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 33 Ms. Donna Girardot Reference 3 Phone 910)452-1078 Date 05/20/2021 Consent VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. 3Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 3 - 34 i COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS 4 I 1 1 Parks Conservancy of New Hanover County, Inc. Board of Directors 1 3 Vacancy: 1 ITerm: 3 years, expiring 6/30/24 i 1 I Eligible for Applicants Reappointment Nominations Gabriella de Souza J i i Attachments: Committee Information Sheet Application i 1 9 1 1 1 1 Is I 1 1 i 1 I 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 4 - 1 PARKS CONSERVANCY OF NEW HANOVER COUNTY, INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Members: 13; 12 members appointed by the County Commissioners 1 County Commissioner Representative Term of Office: 3-year terms Qualifications: County resident 18 years of age or more who has a sincere interest and commitment to the importance of park and recreation services; a willingness to give freely of time and energy to learn about and to carry out responsibilities; the ability to work well with all other Board members; complete open-mindedness and respect for varied points of view and consideration of all Board business; good judgment, intelligence and courage of conviction; a dedicated interest in the Park and Recreation welfare of all citizens of the county; the capability of speaking out and articulating parks and recreation needs; the ability to accept and weather criticism gracefully; the strength to refuse to be intimidated by pressure groups and issues which are not in the best interest of the whole county; a strong feeling for team work between the Director, Board of County Commissioners, and other Advisory Board members and a desire to truly know the community and the recreational needs of all citizens. Regular Meetings: Third Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in the Parks Conference Room, County Government Center, 230 Government Center Drive, Wilmington, NC Statute or cause creating Board: The New Hanover County Board of Commissioners approved the establishment of the Parks Conservancy on April 16, 2012;first appointments were made May20, 2013. Purpose: The general purposes of the Parks Conservancy are as follows: 1. To establish an endowment and receive and distribute monies for prospective funding of capital improvements at County parks and to encourage the accumulation and dissemination of knowledge of the history and natural heritage of Southeastern North Carolina. 2. To arrange for such meetings of Conservancy officers or other interested individuals, as may be legally necessary or considered desirable in the furtherance of the aims and purposes of County parks. 3. To encourage and arrange for gifts, grants, bequests, and devises to the Conservancy for its work in the furtherance of the objectives for which it is organized, and to provide for the r proper expenditure, use, and conservation of all gifts, grants, bequests, and devises so received. 4. To provide oversight to all internal groups including but not limited to: Volunteers and special event committees. 5. To foster relationships with other related organizations. 6. To serve as ambassadors for the Parks to the community. 7. To participate in and support Parks events and programs. TERM OF OFFICE CURRENT MEMBERS APPOINTMENT EXPIRATION Dave Ellegood Unexpired 6/22/21 6/30/22 4173 Hearthside Drive Apt. 204 Wilmington, NC 28401 910-233-7987 (H) Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 4 - 2 PARKS CONSERVANCY OF NEW HANOVER COUNTY (CONT.) TERM OF OFFICE CURRENT MEMBERS APPOINTMENT EXPIRATION Jessica Gray, President First 6/18/18 6/30/21 8115 Masonboro Sound Road Second 6/22/21 6/30/24 Wilmington, NC 28409 910-540-3783 (C) 910-833-5290 (H) Cheryl W. Hannah First 6/18/18 6/30/21 2008 Jumpin Run Dr. Second 6/22/21 6/30/24 Wilmington, NC 28403 919-815-0843 (C) Karl Hess First 6/22/21 6/30/24 315 Bladen Street Wilmington, NC 28401 703-946-0748 (H) Mark J. lhnat, Vice-President Unexpired 12/17/18 6/30/20 6426 Chalfont Circle First 6/15/2020 6/30/23 Wilmington, NC 28405 910-616-5131 (C) Lynn Kozik Unexpired 11/18/19 6/30/22 4323 Peeble Dr. Wilmington, NC 28412 910-431-4260 Mona Osmer First 6/22/21 6/30/24 461 Racine Drive#203 Wilmington, NC 28403 703-994-6261 (H) Jim Orr Unexpired 10/21/19 6/30/22 437 Middle Grove Lane Wilmington, NC 28411 919-360-3777 (C) Tony Pagrabs Unexpired 6/30/21 341 Mcivers Aly First 6/22/21 6/30/24 Wilmington, NC 28401 910-409-1392 (C) 910-251-5460 (W) Spero Pekatos, Treasurer First 6/17/19 6/30/22 7840 Bonfire Dr. Wilmington, NC 28409 910-859-3141 (C) Philip White First 6/15/20 6/30/23 1904 Washington St. Wilmington, NC 28401 910-795-9157 C VACANT 6/30/24 .>•\21 . County Commissioner Representative Appointed 1/7/19; Undesignated Jonathan Barfield, Jr. 12/16/19; 1/19/21 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 175 Wilmington, NC 28403 798-7306 (NHC Office) Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 4 - 3 PARKS CONSERVANCY OF NEW HANOVER COUNTY (CONT.) TERM OF OFFICECURRENTMEMBERS APPOINTMENT EXPIRATION Tara Duckworth, Director Parks and Gardens Department 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 120 File: /Parks ConservancyWilmington, NC 28403 Revised: 06/2021798-7198 hFg Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 4 - 4 i From application @webformsnhcgov.corn on behalf of Gabriella de Souza application @webformsnhcgov.com> Sent: Cu las f a oa t To: Crowell, Kym; Subject: Application for New Hanover County Parks and Recreation Advisory Board External Email: Do not click links, open attachments, or reply until you know it is safe ** Board or Committee being applied to: Parks Ctrl SeteNr v c lit e ca (-1 a to ver Cou n i , C "BOCsd OF -Dire Cl'Dt'SName Gabriella de Souza Email aad79590amail.com Home Address 4007 Park Avenue Wilmington,North Carolina 28403 United States Map It Mailing Address(if different from home address) 4007 Park Avenue Wilmington,NC 28403 United States Map It Home Phone 910)470-7240 Cell Phone 910)470-7240 Years living in New Hanover County 23 Iw Personal information collected below is to assure a cross-section of the community represented.resented.P Gender Female Race Brazilian American Age 23 Do you have a family member employed by New Hanover County? I' No 1 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 4 - 5 I.. Applicant's Employer Cape Fear Academy&UNCW Occupation Teacher Professional Activities New Hanover county Cooperative extension advisory Council member and secretary Plant biologist and laboratory instructor at UNC Wilmington Ninth grade biology teacher at Cape fear academyii Volunteer Activities NHC Tree fest NHC arboretum event planning Why do you wish to serve on this board or committee? I am an active member of the Wilmington community and frequently use the facilities provided by New Hanover County parksandgardens. I would like to be more involved as I feel that I have a valuable connection the younger people in the Wilmingtoncommunity. What areas of concern would you like to see addressed by this committee? I would like to see an increase in community gardens in our county.This is some thing that the Cooperative extension advisoryCounciliscurrentlyworkingon,but I feel that the parks and gardens committee could also take an initiative.I am also a frequentuseroftheGreenfieldskatepark. I have a great connection with other patrons of the park and would like to share some of theconcernsthattheyhave. Qualifications for serving: I have lived in New Hanover county my entire life and frequently use the facilities provided by New Hanover county parks andgardens. I am a very active member of the community and serve on multiple boards. I feel that my input could be valuable because I represent a younger generation that may not currently be represented on the committee.Most importantly, I am veryenthusiasticaboutvolunteerworkandIamhappytohelpinanywaythatIcan! Other municipal or county boards/committees on which you are serving: New Hanover county Cooperative extension advisory Council List three local personal references and phone numbers: Reference 1 Lloyd Singleton F Reference 1 Phone 910)798-7666 Reference 2 Clayton Hamerski Reference 2 Phone 910)352-7991 Reference 3 Jessica Gaskill Reference 3 Phone 910)200-1703 2 Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 4 - 6 3 Date otI ( as ( oa Consent VI understand that any board or committee appointee may be removed without cause by a majority of County Commissioners. A C IV '1 JUN 2 5 2021 1 BOG OFF . I 1 g 3 3 k Board of Commissioners - July 13, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 4 - 7