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Memorandum
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To: Mayor and Council
From: Rebecca Vance, City Manager
Shaun Greenwood, Asst. City Manager
Monique Ocean, Planning & Zoning Tech
Date: January 23, 2017
Subject: Second Reading of an Ordinance Amending Zoning Map and
Rezoning Property Located at 1741 Airport Blvd (TMS# 5743-01-
001, 005743-01-002, and 005743-01-013 (P)) from RS-2 (Single
Family Residential) to M-1 (Light Industrial).
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ISSUE
Council approval is needed for Second Reading of an Ordinance to re-zone 1741
Airport Blvd (TMS# 5743-01-001, 005743-01-002, and 005743-01-013 (P)) from
RS-2 (Single Family Residential) to M-1 (Light Industrial).
BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
The applicant wishes to rezone the properties listed above from RS-2 (Single
Family Residential) to M-1 (Light Industrial). The RS-2 zoning classification is
primarily for single-family dwellings and their accessory uses. Whereas, M-1 is
intended to accommodate wholesaling, light industry, office and related business
uses.
The Columbia Wilbert Vault Company has been located on the properties for
many years and the current zoning (RS-2) makes the existing use of
miscellaneous manufacturing a nonconformity. Zoning regulations limit the
expansion or modification of a non-conforming use. The applicant was denied a
zoning permit to start an expansion to the existing business because of the
residential zoning designation. The applicant would like to re-zone the properties
in order for the zoning to fit the current business and any future expansion.
The rezoning request is over 4 acres in size and consists of two parcels and a
portion of a third. The subject properties are contiguous to residential and light
manufacturing zoned districts. The request complies with the Zoning Ordinance
and the Future Land Use Plan.
ITEM IV. A.
City Council requested that the matter be re-evaluated by the Planning
Commission at the next regular scheduled meeting to discuss the potential traffic
impact if the properties were rezoned. The Planning Commission reheard the
request for re-zoning at the meeting on December 19, 2016, as requested by City
Council.
Staff informed the Planning Commission that they spoke with a representative of
the SC Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to discuss potential traffic
through the area. The SCDOT indicated that the neighborhood could request a
traffic study if they felt that traffic was becoming an issue. The traffic study could
determine if the commercial traffic posed a problem for the neighborhood streets
and signs could be installed to prohibit commercial traffic through the area.
The re-zoning request was opened for public comment. Two members of the
public signed up to speak against the potential rezoning. Krystle Eckrote and
Brandon Williams of 1909 Fairlawn Circle stated they were concerned with the
effect the rezoning may have on their property value, the noise that may be
produced, and long term health concerns from a pet crematory.
The Planning Commission unanimously recommends City Council approve the
requested rezoning.
RECOMMENDATION
The Planning Commission recommends Council approve Second Reading of an
Ordinance to re-zone 1741 Airport Blvd (TMS# 5743-01-001, 005743-01-002,
and 005743-01-013 (P)) from RS-2 (Single Family Residential) to M-1 (Light
Industrial).
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA )
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COUNTY OF LEXINGTON )
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CITY OF CAYCE )
ORDINANCE 2016-18
Amending Zoning Map and Rezoning
Property Located at 1741 Airport Blvd
(Tax Map Numbers 005743-01-001,
005743-01-002, and 005743-01-013 (P))
from RS-2 to M-1
WHEREAS, Margie Hoffman-Johnson, as the property owner, requested that the City
of Cayce amend the Zoning Map to re-designate the property comprising and shown as 1741
Airport Blvd (TMS# 005743-01-001, 005743-01-002, and 005743-01-013 (P)), now zoned
Single Family Residential (RS-2) to Light Industrial (M-1), and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on this request to receive
comments from the public and adjacent property owners, and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission met on November 14 and December 19, 2016,
to review public comments and vote on recommending the rezoning request and unanimously
voted to recommend this change to the existing zoning,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of
Cayce, in Council, duly assembled, that the property hereinafter listed, and as shown on the
attached sketch, is hereby rezoned and reclassified on the Zoning Map of the City of Cayce
as M-1, Light Industrial:
TMS# 005743-01-001, 005743-01-002, and 005743-01-013 (P)
1741 Airport Blvd
This Ordinance shall be effective from the date of second reading approval by Council.
DONE IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED, this ______ day of _________2017.
______________________________
Elise Partin, Mayor
Attest:
______________________________
Mendy Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk
First Reading: _____________________
Second Reading and Adoption: ____________
Approved as to form: __________________________
Danny C. Crowe, City Attorney
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Memorandum
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To: Mayor and Council
From: Rebecca Vance, City Manager
Date: January 25, 2017
Subject: Discussion and Approval of Hospitality Tax Funding for 2017
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Issue
City Council approval is needed to utilize Hospitality Tax funds to make grant awards in
calendar year 2017.
Discussion
The City received 17 Hospitality Tax Fund requests totaling $276,875. Applications were
accepted for a six week period from October 10 through November 18, 2016. Requests were
made for grant funding for events and/or projects taking place during calendar year 2017.
Hospitality Tax Revenues:
As of July 1, 2016, the City had a Hospitality Tax Fund balance of $374,497. During the first six
months of FY17, revenues collected total $512,421. Based on revenues collected to date, staff
projects a FY17 total Hospitality Tax revenue collection of at least $950,000.
Hospitality Tax Expenditures:
During this fiscal year, staff anticipates using $690,000 in Hospitality Tax Funds for 2017-2018
operation and maintenance of tourism-related activities and capital items. Staff also
recommends holding back $50,000 in the fund balance as reserve.
$950,000
- $690,000
- $50,000
$210,000
Attached for Council review are the following documents:
2016 Hospitality Tax Fund Grant Review
2017 Hospitality Tax Fund request chart & copies of each grant application
Recommendation
Staff recommends Council hold back $50,000 in the fund balance as reserve and approve
staff’s suggested levels for grants. Staff recommends making 15 grant awards totaling
$207,575, as listed below. Please see attached 2017 Hospitality Tax Request chart for
additional information.
ITEM V. A.
Organization Event
2017
Request
2017 Staff
Review
Notes
Cayce Avenues
Association
Cayce Festival of the
Arts
$ 9,650
$ 9,650
Adding music to event in 2017
Cayce Public Safety
Foundation
Cayce Serves Tennis
Tournament
$ 5,325
$ 5,325
Adds an extra tournament day in
2017
Cayce/West Cola
Chamber
Holiday Parade of
Lights
$ 7,000
$ 7,000
No change to event in 2017
Cayce/West Cola
Jaycees
Hall of Horrors
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
Advertising for event
Congaree Rapid FC
Cayce Soccer
$ 11,500
$ 5,000
Billboard & media ads only
Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run 5K
$ 27,300
$ 20,000
No change to event in 2017
River Alliance
Tartan Day South
$ 33,000
$ 24,000
Expands Sunday events
River Alliance
River Alliance
Interpretive*
$ 96,000
$ 90,000
Tours and special events
Senior Resources
March for Meals 5K
$ 2,500
$ 2,000
No change to event in 2017
Staff Request
Granby Park Electrical
$ 1,600
$ 1,600
Phase II of electrical upgrades
Staff Request
Congaree Blue Grass
Festival
$ 20,000
$ 20,000
No change to event in 2017
Staff Request
Christmas in Cayce
$ 14,000
$ 14,000
Purchase new light displays
Staff Request
City Specialty Items
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
Promotional items
Staff Request
Christmas Float
Maintenance
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
Christmas float maintenance
Staff Request
Engenuity SC
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
Leading Partner support level
$ 276,875 $ 207,575
Council may approve, deny or reduce any of the grant requests and/or the reserve amount.
2016 Hospitality Tax Fund Grant Review
Organization Event
Funding
Request
Amount
Funded
Amount
Paid
Funding Use
Event
Date(s)
Total
Attendees
Non-Cayce
Residents
Attendance
Determination
1
Cayce Avenues
Neighborhood Association
Cayce Festival of the Arts $ 7,600 $ 5,000 5,000$ Event advertising 4/9/16 2,022 1,664
Greeters collect zip
codes
2
Cayce Public Safety
Foundation
Cayce Firehouse 5k $ 9,650 5,000$
3
Cayce Public Safety
Foundation
Cayce Serves Tennis
Tournament
$ 3,725 $ 3,725 3,272$
Advertising, fees,
insurance, supplies
6/18/16 98 97 Registrations
4
Cayce/West Columbia
Chamber
Holiday Parade of Lights $ 10,000 7,000$ 7,000$ Event advertising 12/10/16 9,000 Estimate
5
Circle of Native American
History
Native American River
Fest
$ 22,925 $ 10,000
6
City of Cayce Christmas in Cayce $ 13,000 $ 13,000 13,000$
New LED lights for
Christmas display
12/1/16
7
City of Cayce City Specialty Items $ 3,000 3,000$ 2,956$
Promotional items with City
logo
ongoing
8
City of Cayce Congaree Blue Grass Fest $ 35,000 $ 30,000 30,000$
Advertising, insurance,
supplies
10/1-10/2 1,200 1,090
Greeters collect zip
codes
9
Congaree Rapid FC Cayce Soccer $ 10,000 4,700$ 2,695$ Advertising and billboards ongoing 9,616 Athletes & guests
10
Girls on the Run Girls on the Run 5K $ 26,570 $ 17,000 16,767$
Advertising, fees,
insurance, supplies
4/30 & 11/19 4,209 4,174 Registrations
11
River Alliance River Alliance Interpretive $ 42,620 $ 42,620 40,772$
Labor, Support Materials,
Marketing
Jan - June
2016
12
River Alliance River Alliance Interpretive $ 41,000 $ 41,000 18,421$
Labor, Support Materials,
Marketing
July - Dec
2016
13
River Alliance Tartan Day South $ 25,000 $ 20,000 20,000$ Event advertising 3/31 - 4/3 10,221 3,440
14
Senior Resources March for Meals 5K $ 5,409 2,000$ 2,000$
Event advertising,
promotional items
2/27/16 276 Registrations
15
South Carolina Brewers
Guild
South Carolina Brewers
Festival
$ 25,000 $ 13,750 6,501$ Event advertising 5/21/16
16
Women's Club of Cayce Hotflash 5K $ 9,650 5,000$
290,149$ 222,795$ 168,384$ 36,642 10,465
76% of funds paid out as of 1/23/17
Event was not held
Event was not held
Event moved to spring 2016
Totals
No information provided by organization
No information provided by organization
No information provided by organization
2017 Hospitality Tax Requests
Organization Event
2015
Request
2015
Funded
2016
Request
2016
Funded
2017
Request
2017 Staff
Review
Notes
Carolina Marathon
Association
Governor's Cup Road Race 10,000$
Submitted on 11/30 (after
deadline)
Cayce Avenues Association Cayce Festival of the Arts $ 3,600 $ 3,600 $ 7,600 5,000$ 9,650$ 9,650$ Adding music to event in 2017
Cayce Public Safety
Foundation
Cayce Firehouse 5k $ 9,650 5,000$
Cayce Public Safety
Foundation
Cayce Serves Tennis
Tournament
$ 3,070 $ 3,070 $ 3,725 3,725$ 5,325$ 5,325$
Adds an extra tournament day
in 2017
Cayce/West Cola Chamber Holiday Parade of Lights $ 10,000 7,000$
7,000$ 7,000$ No change to event in 2017
Cayce/West Cola Chamber Family Movie Night $ 11,800 -$
Cayce/West Cola Jaycees Hall of Horrors 5,000$ 5,000$ Advertising for event
Circle of Native Americans Native American River Fest $ 16,117 $ 16,117 $ 22,925 10,000$
Columbia Metropolitan CVB Total Solar Eclipse Weekend 30,000$ Event not Cayce-focused
Congaree Rapid FC Cayce Soccer $ 10,000 4,700$ 11,500$ 5,000$ Billboard & media ads only
Girls on the Run Girls on the Run 5K $ 15,772 $ 15,772 $ 26,570 17,000$ 27,300$ 20,000$
No change to event in 2017
River Alliance Tartan Day South $ 18,000 $ 18,000 $ 25,000 20,000$
33,000$ 24,000$ Expands Sunday events
River Alliance River Alliance Interpretive* $ 32,900 $ 32,900 $ 83,620 83,620$ 96,000$ 90,000$
Tours and special events
Senior Resources March for Meals 5K $ 5,409 2,000$
2,500$ 2,000$ No change to event in 2017
South Carolina Brewers Guild
South Carolina Brewers
Festival
$ 25,000 13,750$
2016 app submitted &
approved post deadline
Staff Request Easter Eggstravaganza $ 1,500 $ 1,500
Staff Request Granby Park Electrical $ 30,000 $ 30,000 1,600$ 1,600$
Phase II of electrical upgrades
Staff Request Congaree Blue Grass Fest $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 35,000
30,000$ 20,000$ 20,000$ No change to event in 2017
Staff Request Christmas in Cayce $ 13,000 $ 13,000 $ 13,000 13,000$ 14,000$ 14,000$ Purchase new lights
Staff Request Riverwalk Repair $ 7,000 $ 7,000
Staff Request City Speciality Items $ 3,000 3,000$ 1,000$ 1,000$ Promotional items
Staff Request Christmas Float Maintenance 1,500$ 1,500$ Christmas float maintenance
Staff Request Engenuity SC 1,500$ 1,500$
Leading Partner support level
Womans Club of Cayce Hotflash 5K $ 9,650
5,000$
$ 170,959 $ 170,959 $ 301,949 $ 222,795 $ 276,875
207,575$
Total 2017 Requests 17 276,875$
Staff Recommended Awards 15 207,575$
*2015 amount is for 6 months only; 2016 amount combines two separate requests and awards totaling 12 months of funding
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 4
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant Application
Project Information
Project Name:
Project Address/Location:
Project Date(s):
Amount Requested:
Organization Information
Organization:
Mailing Address:
City/State/Zip:
Phone: Alternate Phone:
Fax: E-Mail:
Executive Director:
Contact Person (if other than Executive Director):
How many years has this organization existed:
Project Description
Governor's Cup Road Race
Downtown Columbia and Cayce
05/01/2017-12/31/2017
$10,000
Carolina Marathon Association
1215 Anthony Avenue
Columbia, SC 29201
(803) 731-2100
(803) 540-7500
(803) 254-3773
marie.queen@queencommunicationsllc.com
Marie Queen
40 years
The 44-year old Governor's Cup Road Race Festival provides SC's and the Southeast region's
top distance runners an opportunity to compete in a new course that has been redesigned to
connect major sites in downtown Columbia, as well as across the Congaree River with a finish
line at the Columbia Convention Center. The half-marathon course ties Columbia to its sister
cities on the west side of the Congaree River, and it touches South Carolina State Museum,
EdVenture, Gervais Street Bridge, West Columbia and Cayce, Guignard Brick Works, Blossom
Street Bridge, USC’s Strom Thurmond Fitness and Wellness Center, Shandon Neighborhood,
Five Points, USC’s Horseshoe, and South Carolina Capital Complex.
The new spring-time scheduling date and a one-mile Main Street mile the evening prior to the
half-marathon, 5-K run, 5-K walk and Kid’s Fun Run will encourage all to experience Main Street
and or stay overnight in downtown Columbia. CMA has also collaborated with The Hilton, The
Hampton, Tin Roof, EdVenture, The Museum of Art, The State Museum, the Zoo, the Columbia
Fireflies, The State Newspaper, the CVB and the Sports Council to promote key Columbia area
attractions. The half-marathon event has been designated an RRCA Championship Event so
experienced runners from afar come to participate. To increase exposure of local attractions, the
Carolina Marathon Association has also met with and developed plans to promote tourism with
the Columbia Convention Center and Visitors Bureau, the Congaree Vista Entertainment District,
the City Center Downtown Columbia, Historic Columbia, Columbia Visitors Bureau Cool Pass,
Riverbanks Zoo, the Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina State Museum, EdVenture
Children’s Museum and the Columbia Fireflies.
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 5
Tourist Information
Estimated number of total attendees to be attracted by this project:
Estimated number of attendees from outside of Cayce to be attracted:
Explain how the number of tourists will be calculated (surveys, forms, license plates, etc.):
Explain how the requested dollars will increase tourism, financially impact tourism-related
businesses in the City of Cayce, and how this impact is being determined:
Immediately following Governor’s Cup Road races, surveys are distributed electronically to all
registrants. The survey includes questions about where the participants are located by county
and by state and where they spent the night, if they stayed in town before or after the event.
The Governor's Cup is promoted via print and electronic media: Ads in running magazines
and participation at other race expos to runners in SC, NC and GA occurs. CMA also reaches
out to schools in Richland County and surrounding counties for participation in the Kid's Run.
Immediately following Governor’s Cup Road races, surveys are distributed electronically to all
registrants. To increase exposure of local attractions, the Carolina Marathon Association has
also met with and developed plans to promote tourism with the Columbia Convention Center
and Visitors Bureau, the Congaree Vista Entertainment District, the City Center Downtown
Columbia, Historic Columbia, Columbia Visitors Bureau Cool Pass, Riverbanks Zoo, the
Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina State Museum, EdVenture Children’s Museum and
the Columbia Fireflies.
5,000
2,678
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 6
Total Project Costs
Itemize Total Project Expenses Below
Amount
Total Project Cost
Hospitality Tax Grant Project Costs
Itemize Hospitality Tax Grant Expenses Below
Amount
Amount Requested (must equal Amount Requested on first page of application)
All Sources of Project Funds
Source of Funds
Status of Funds
(Proposed, Requested, Received)
Amount
Total
Advertising/Marketing/Promotion/Billboards
14,700
Security
13,000
Entertainment
7,400
Event Rentals
12,800
Supplies
52,000
Consultants/Contractors
45,800
145,70
Advertising/Marketing/Promotion
4,500
Event Rentals
2,500
Supplies
1,000
Entertainment
2,000
10,000
City of Columbia
Received
4,000
Richland County
Received
9,700
Contributions
Proposed
86,000
99,700
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 7
Statement of Assurances/Certification
The applicant has reviewed the full 2017 Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant Information and Application
document and understands the hospitality law, eligibility criteria, funding guidelines, application
process, payment process and reporting requirements set forth. The applicant hereby certifies
that the information submitted as part of this application is accurate and reliable. Any change/and
or variation must be reported immediately, otherwise funding may be withheld.
If awarded, the applicant agrees:
Promotional materials for the project (including, but not limited to: brochures, flyers,
advertisements, etc.) must include a statement that “Funding assistance provided by City of
Cayce Hospitality Tax Funds.”
Revenue generated by the project must benefit a community or organization within the Cayce
city limits.
Financial records, support documents, statistical records, and all other records pertinent to
Hospitality Tax funding shall be retained for a period of three years. All procurement
transactions, regardless of whether negotiated or advertised, shall be conducted in a manner
that provides maximum competition. The grant recipient shall establish safeguards to prohibit
employees from using their positions for a purpose that has the appearance of being
motivated by a desire for private gain for themselves or others. All expenditures must have
adequate documentation. All accounting records and supporting documentation shall be
available for inspection by the City of Cayce upon request.
Unspent funding or funding that has spent in any other way than as described and approved
per the application must be returned to the City of Cayce.
No person, on the basis of race, color, or national origin, should be excluded from
participation in, be denied the benefit of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under the
program or activity funded in whole or in part by Hospitality Tax funds.
Employment made by or resulting from Hospitality Tax funding shall not discriminate against
any employee or applicant on the basis of handicap, age, race, color, religion, sex, or national
origin.
None of the funds, materials, property, or services provided directly or indirectly under
Hospitality Tax funding shall be used for any partisan political activity, or to further the election
or defeat of any candidate for public office.
That the organization carries liability insurance in the amount of $_____________ and agrees
to include the City of Cayce as a named insured for purposes of this project. The organization
assumes full legal responsibility for any suit or action at law or equity, and any or all claims
arising from this project/activity, and do hereby indemnify and hold harmless the City of Cayce
and its staff from any liability in any action at law or equity associated with its support for this
project/activity.
A Final Report of the project will be submitted upon project conclusion including the items as
outlined in section VI of the 2017 Information and Application document.
Board Chairperson Signature:
Board Chairperson Name (printed): Date:
Executive Director Signature:
Executive Director Name (printed): Date:
1,000,000.00
Russell Pate
11/29/2016
11/29/2016
Marie B. Queen
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 4
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant Application
Project Information
Project Name:
Project Address/Location:
Project Date(s): Amount Requested:
Organization Information
Organization:
Mailing Address:
City/State/Zip:
Phone: Alternate Phone:
Fax: E-Mail:
Executive Director:
Contact Person (if other than Executive Director):
How many years has this organization existed:
Project Description
Hall of Horrors Haunted Attraction
1153 Walter Price Street
Month of October $5,000
Cayce-West Columbia Jaycees
1153 Walter Price Street
Cayce, SC 29033
(803) 814-5858
president@cwcjaycees.org
Mary Anne Deal
Steve Cohen
40
Hall of Horrors is a non-profit haunted attraction located in Cayce, South Carolina organized
by the Cayce-West Columbia Jaycees. For over 37 years, Hall of Horrors, the longest-running
haunted attraction in South Carolina, has been scaring guests and raising money for many
local and state charities, including South Carolina Jaycee Camp Hope, Harvest Hope,
Wounded Warriors, Hidden Wounds, and the FealGood Foundation.
The Cayce-West Columbia Jaycees, or Junior Chamber of Commerce, is a non-profit
organization that has offered leadership training through community service in the Cayce and
West Columbia areas for over 50 years. The Jaycees give adults between the ages of 18 and
40 the tools they need to build the bridges of success for themselves in the areas of
community service, individual development, management skills, and business connections.
With the focus on volunteerism, the Jaycees are enlarging areas of opportunity for adults who
want to not only improve themselves but enrich the lives of others. Since 1958, our chapter
has donated its time and money to such charities as Relay For Life, Harvest Hope,
SisterCare, Families Helping Families, Support Our Troops, and Jaycee Camp Hope--a camp
specifically designed for children and adults with cognitive disabilities--which is sponsored by
the South Carolina Jaycees.
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 5
Tourist Information
Estimated number of total attendees to be attracted by this project:
Estimated number of attendees from outside of Cayce to be attracted:
Explain how the number of tourists will be calculated (surveys, forms, license plates, etc.):
Explain how the requested dollars will increase tourism, financially impact tourism-related
businesses in the City of Cayce, and how this impact is being determined:
We utilize a Point of Sale system (Square) where we have the ability to gather this information
as either: sale to Cayce resident or non-Cayce Resident. We can report on this information at
the close of the season.
Given the style of advertising we are recommending, we will also provide a detailed report as
to the number of impressions that we target through social media advertising and the general
location of that advertising (we can even advertise to people only outside of Cayce) with the
requested dollars if that is a requirement.
Since 2008, we have attracted roughly 30,000 people to our non-profit haunted attraction.
Our location is right across the street from City Hall, which requires people attending to drive
through the business district in Cayce (Knox Abbott Road). We attract a wide range of
patrons to our attraction including many high school and college students all the way to people
with small families. We make every effort to ensure that anyone who wants to experience our
attraction can do so. In fact, the Hall of Horrors is currently the only haunted attraction in the
Midlands that is entirely complaint with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The use of the requested dollars would be used to incrementally increase advertising
spending to grow the number of attendees to our non-profit haunted attraction. This, in turn,
will drive traffic through the business district and potentially lead to additional spending in the
area.
Since we have a direct sale to each customer through our ticket booth, we can hand out with
each ticket advertising to local Cayce restaurants or other Cayce events. We also have area
in our queue line where we can hang Cayce business banners or posters. We believe there
are a number of ways for us to promote businesses in Cayce and we do recognize that the
Hospitality Tax grant is a great way to ensure we are bringing people into the area to spend
money outside of our attraction at those same businesses that are providing the Hospitality
Tax dollars from their customers.
4000
3500
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 6
Total Pro
j
ect Costs
Itemize Total Project Expenses Below Amount
Total Project Cost
Hospitality Tax Grant Project Costs
Itemize Hospitality Tax Grant Expenses Below Amount
Amount Requested (must equal Amount Requested on first page of application)
All Sources of Project Funds
Source of Funds
Status of Funds
(Proposed, Requested, Received)
Amount
Total
Building Materials $950
Props $2,000
Supplies $1,550
Marketing Expenses (Website, Social Media, Promo, Flyers) $4,300
Volunteer Expenses (Food, Water, Apparel, Appreciation, First Aid)
$1,850
Customers (Porta Johns, Merchandise, Tickets, Miscellaneous)
$800
Management Expenses (Insurance, Fire Code, Miscellaneous)
$850
Proposed Hospitality Grant Project (Pandora, Billboards, Facebook)
$5,000
17,300
Pandora Radio Advertising $1,500
Facebook Advertising $1,000
Billboard Advertising $2,500
$5,000
Internal Budget Received $12,300
Hospitality Grant Proposed $5,000
$17,300
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 7
Statement of Assurances/Certification
The applicant has reviewed the full 2017 Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant Information and Application
document and understands the hospitality law, eligibility criteria, funding guidelines, application
process, payment process and reporting requirements set forth. The applicant hereby certifies
that the information submitted as part of this application is accurate and reliable. Any change/and
or variation must be reported immediately, otherwise funding may be withheld.
If awarded, the applicant agrees:
x Promotional materials for the project (including, but not limited to: brochures, flyers,
advertisements, etc.) must include a statement that “Funding assistance provided by City of
Cayce Hospitality Tax Funds.
x Revenue generated by the project must benefit a community or organization within the Cayce
city limits.
x Financial records, support documents, statistical records, and all other records pertinent to
Hospitality Tax funding shall be retained for a period of three years. All procurement
transactions, regardless of whether negotiated or advertised, shall be conducted in a manner
that provides maximum competition. The grant recipient shall establish safeguards to prohibit
employees from using their positions for a purpose that has the appearance of being
motivated by a desire for private gain for themselves or others. All expenditures must have
adequate documentation. All accounting records and supporting documentation shall be
available for inspection by the City of Cayce upon request.
x Unspent funding or funding that has spent in any other way than as described and approved
per the application must be returned to the City of Cayce.
x No person, on the basis of race, color, or national origin, should be excluded from
participation in, be denied the benefit of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under the
program or activity funded in whole or in part by Hospitality Tax funds.
x Employment made by or resulting from Hospitality Tax funding shall not discriminate against
any employee or applicant on the basis of handicap, age, race, color, religion, sex, or national
origin.
x None of the funds, materials, property, or services provided directly or indirectly under
Hospitality Tax funding shall be used for any partisan political activity, or to further the election
or defeat of any candidate for public office.
x That the organization carries liability insurance in the amount of $_____________ and agrees
to include the City of Cayce as a named insured for purposes of this project. The organization
assumes full legal responsibility for any suit or action at law or equity, and any or all claims
arising from this project/activity, and do hereby indemnify and hold harmless the City of Cayce
and its staff from any liability in any action at law or equity associated with its support for this
project/activity.
x A Final Report of the project will be submitted upon project conclusion including the items as
outlined in section VI of the 2017 Information and Application document.
Board Chairperson Signature:
Board Chairperson Name (printed): Date:
Executive Director Signature:
Executive Director Name (printed): Date:
2,000,000
Mary Anne Deal
11/17/2016
11/17/2016
James Wall
Mary Anne Deal
James Wall
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2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant Application
Project Information
Project Name:
Project Address/Location:
Project Date(s):
Amount Requested:
Organization Information
Organization:
Mailing Address:
City/State/Zip:
Phone: Alternate Phone:
Fax: E-Mail:
Executive Director:
Contact Person (if other than Executive Director):
How many years has this organization existed:
Project Description
Governor's Cup Road Race
Downtown Columbia and Cayce
05/01/2017-12/31/2017
$10,000
Carolina Marathon Association
1215 Anthony Avenue
Columbia, SC 29201
(803) 731-2100
(803) 540-7500
(803) 254-3773
marie.queen@queencommunicationsllc.com
Marie Queen
40 years
The 44-year old Governor's Cup Road Race Festival provides SC's and the Southeast region's
top distance runners an opportunity to compete in a new course that has been redesigned to
connect major sites in downtown Columbia, as well as across the Congaree River with a finish
line at the Columbia Convention Center. The half-marathon course ties Columbia to its sister
cities on the west side of the Congaree River, and it touches South Carolina State Museum,
EdVenture, Gervais Street Bridge, West Columbia and Cayce, Guignard Brick Works, Blossom
Street Bridge, USC’s Strom Thurmond Fitness and Wellness Center, Shandon Neighborhood,
Five Points, USC’s Horseshoe, and South Carolina Capital Complex.
The new spring-time scheduling date and a one-mile Main Street mile the evening prior to the
half-marathon, 5-K run, 5-K walk and Kid’s Fun Run will encourage all to experience Main Street
and or stay overnight in downtown Columbia. CMA has also collaborated with The Hilton, The
Hampton, Tin Roof, EdVenture, The Museum of Art, The State Museum, the Zoo, the Columbia
Fireflies, The State Newspaper, the CVB and the Sports Council to promote key Columbia area
attractions. The half-marathon event has been designated an RRCA Championship Event so
experienced runners from afar come to participate. To increase exposure of local attractions, the
Carolina Marathon Association has also met with and developed plans to promote tourism with
the Columbia Convention Center and Visitors Bureau, the Congaree Vista Entertainment District,
the City Center Downtown Columbia, Historic Columbia, Columbia Visitors Bureau Cool Pass,
Riverbanks Zoo, the Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina State Museum, EdVenture
Children’s Museum and the Columbia Fireflies.
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Tourist Information
Estimated number of total attendees to be attracted by this project:
Estimated number of attendees from outside of Cayce to be attracted:
Explain how the number of tourists will be calculated (surveys, forms, license plates, etc.):
Explain how the requested dollars will increase tourism, financially impact tourism-related
businesses in the City of Cayce, and how this impact is being determined:
Immediately following Governor’s Cup Road races, surveys are distributed electronically to all
registrants. The survey includes questions about where the participants are located by county
and by state and where they spent the night, if they stayed in town before or after the event.
The Governor's Cup is promoted via print and electronic media: Ads in running magazines
and participation at other race expos to runners in SC, NC and GA occurs. CMA also reaches
out to schools in Richland County and surrounding counties for participation in the Kid's Run.
Immediately following Governor’s Cup Road races, surveys are distributed electronically to all
registrants. To increase exposure of local attractions, the Carolina Marathon Association has
also met with and developed plans to promote tourism with the Columbia Convention Center
and Visitors Bureau, the Congaree Vista Entertainment District, the City Center Downtown
Columbia, Historic Columbia, Columbia Visitors Bureau Cool Pass, Riverbanks Zoo, the
Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina State Museum, EdVenture Children’s Museum and
the Columbia Fireflies.
5,000
2,678
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Total Project Costs
Itemize Total Project Expenses Below
Amount
Total Project Cost
Hospitality Tax Grant Project Costs
Itemize Hospitality Tax Grant Expenses Below
Amount
Amount Requested (must equal Amount Requested on first page of application)
All Sources of Project Funds
Source of Funds
Status of Funds
(Proposed, Requested, Received)
Amount
Total
Advertising/Marketing/Promotion/Billboards
14,700
Security
13,000
Entertainment
7,400
Event Rentals
12,800
Supplies
52,000
Consultants/Contractors
45,800
145,70
Advertising/Marketing/Promotion
4,500
Event Rentals
2,500
Supplies
1,000
Entertainment
2,000
10,000
City of Columbia
Received
4,000
Richland County
Received
9,700
Contributions
Proposed
86,000
99,700
2017 City of Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant: Information and Application 7
Statement of Assurances/Certification
The applicant has reviewed the full 2017 Cayce Hospitality Tax Grant Information and Application
document and understands the hospitality law, eligibility criteria, funding guidelines, application
process, payment process and reporting requirements set forth. The applicant hereby certifies
that the information submitted as part of this application is accurate and reliable. Any change/and
or variation must be reported immediately, otherwise funding may be withheld.
If awarded, the applicant agrees:
Promotional materials for the project (including, but not limited to: brochures, flyers,
advertisements, etc.) must include a statement that “Funding assistance provided by City of
Cayce Hospitality Tax Funds.”
Revenue generated by the project must benefit a community or organization within the Cayce
city limits.
Financial records, support documents, statistical records, and all other records pertinent to
Hospitality Tax funding shall be retained for a period of three years. All procurement
transactions, regardless of whether negotiated or advertised, shall be conducted in a manner
that provides maximum competition. The grant recipient shall establish safeguards to prohibit
employees from using their positions for a purpose that has the appearance of being
motivated by a desire for private gain for themselves or others. All expenditures must have
adequate documentation. All accounting records and supporting documentation shall be
available for inspection by the City of Cayce upon request.
Unspent funding or funding that has spent in any other way than as described and approved
per the application must be returned to the City of Cayce.
No person, on the basis of race, color, or national origin, should be excluded from
participation in, be denied the benefit of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under the
program or activity funded in whole or in part by Hospitality Tax funds.
Employment made by or resulting from Hospitality Tax funding shall not discriminate against
any employee or applicant on the basis of handicap, age, race, color, religion, sex, or national
origin.
None of the funds, materials, property, or services provided directly or indirectly under
Hospitality Tax funding shall be used for any partisan political activity, or to further the election
or defeat of any candidate for public office.
That the organization carries liability insurance in the amount of $_____________ and agrees
to include the City of Cayce as a named insured for purposes of this project. The organization
assumes full legal responsibility for any suit or action at law or equity, and any or all claims
arising from this project/activity, and do hereby indemnify and hold harmless the City of Cayce
and its staff from any liability in any action at law or equity associated with its support for this
project/activity.
A Final Report of the project will be submitted upon project conclusion including the items as
outlined in section VI of the 2017 Information and Application document.
Board Chairperson Signature:
Board Chairperson Name (printed): Date:
Executive Director Signature:
Executive Director Name (printed): Date:
1,000,000.00
Russell Pate
11/29/2016
11/29/2016
Marie B. Queen
________________________________________________________________________
Memorandum
________________________________________________________________________
To: Mayor and Council
From: Rachelle Moody, Special Projects/Grants Manager on behalf of
James Denny, Parks Manager
Date: January 25, 2017
Subject: Discussion and Approval of Hospitality Tax Funding Request for
Granby Park ElectricalStaff Request
________________________________________________________________
ISSUE
Council discussion and approval is needed for Staff’s request to utilize Hospitality
Tax Funds for Granby Park Electrical.
BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
Cayce staff is requesting to be allowed to utilize up to $1,600 of Hospitality Tax
Funds for City of Cayce to repair electrical wiring in Granby Park. This is phase II
of the electrical repair project. Council previously funded phase I with Hospitality
Tax Funds in 2015.
RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends approval of the Hospitality Tax Fund Request.
Hospitality Tax Grant Application
1
CITY OF CAYCE
Hospitality Tax Gr ant
Application
Project In
formation
Project Start Date
October 7, 2017
Amount Requested $ 20,000
Project Completion Date
October 8, 2017
Date Submitted
December 13
, 2016
Project Name
Congaree Bluegrass Festival
Project Address/Location Columbia Speedway, 2001 Charleston Highway
,
Organization Information
Organization
Cayce Events Committee
Mailing Address
PO Box 2004
City ST ZIP
Cayce, SC 29171
Telephone
803-550-9557
Cell
803-206-3279
Fax
803-796-9072
E-Mail
dannycreamer@gmail.com
How long has this organization or corporation existed?
9
Year(s)
Project Description
Congaree Bluegrass Festivaltwo day festival featuring a variety of bluegrass bands,
instrument contests, food vendors, and children’s activities. 2017 is the tenth year for the
festival and we have seen increase in attendance from visitors from more than 50 miles each
year. This festival continues to grow each year and provides a great opportunity to build
tourism in the City of Cayce.
Hospitality Tax Grant Application
2
Tourist Information
What is the estimated number of tourists to be attracted by this project?
3,500
Explain how the number of tourists will be calculated (surveys, forms, license plates, etc.).
A group of volunteers stand at the entrance to the festival and request each person's zip
code. This not only helps us determine how many people attend the festival but how many
miles they have traveled to attend. There is an admission cost for non-residents of Cayce
and Cayce residents are also given a ticket at the gate therefore attendance numbers can be
calculated by counting the tickets.
Explain how the requested dollars will increase tourism, financially impact tourism-related businesses
in the City of Cayce, and how these impacts were determined.
Bluegrass music is a popular genre for our community. Bill’s Pickin’ Parlor is a mile from the
City and has experienced great success in attendance at music concerts they produce. There
is no other event like this in our community and with the popularity of the genre, it has proven
to bring in attendees from the states of Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and beyond.
Hotels and restaurants in the city have advised that they reap the benefits of the tourists who
attend the events. Every year we ask each person attending the festival for their zip code.
Hospitality Tax Grant Application
3
Itemize Total Expected Project Costs
Itemize Total Expense Below
Dollar Amount
Advertising (
4 Billboards in surrounding states, Radio, Newspaper, National Magazine,
Television Commercials, digital ads, flyers/posters, media consultant, etc)
24000
Event Signage
1500
Equipment Rentals (Stage, Trolley, Golf Carts, Port-o-johns, sound)
14000
Entertainment (Bands and Accommodations, Emcee)
8000
Decorations
400
Bouncy house for children’s area
1200
Miscellaneous (Bunting, Prize awarded to band competition winner, postage, cleaning
fees, Velcro and other supplies, music license, etc)
1000
Liability Insurance
2500
Total Cost of Pr oj ect
52,600
Detail How the City's Hospitality Tax Grant Request Will Be Expended
Detail Expense Items Dollar Amount
Billboards in 4 surrounding states
4000
Print Ad’s (newspaper, national & local magazine, posters/flyers)
6450
Digital Ad’s and Television Commercial
4000
All new event signage
1000
Media Consultant
1000
Ad Specialty Items (t-shirts, fans, koozies, hats, etc)
1550
Decorations
400
Children’s area bouncy house
600
Liability Insurance
1000
Amount Requested (must equal Amount Requested on first page of application)
20,000
List All Sources of Funds for the Proposed Proj
ect
Sources of Funds
IndicateStatusof Funds (Proposed,
Requested, or Received)
Dollar Amount
Accommodations Tax Funds
Requested
15,000
Sponsorship Funds, Vendor Fees, Sale of ad.
Proposed 2,000
Hospitality Tax Funds
Requested
20,000
Total Budget
37,000
Hospitality Tax Grant Application
4
Statement of Assurances/Certification
Upon grant application acceptance and funding award, applicant agrees that financial records, suppor
t
documents, statistical records, and all other records pertinent to Hospitality Tax funding shall
be
retained for a period of three years. All procurement transactions, regardless of whether negotiated
or
advertised shall be conducted in a manner that provides maximum competition. The grant recipien
t
shall establish safeguards to prohibit employees from using their positions for a purpose that has t
he
appearance of being motivated by a desire for private gain for themselves or others. All expenditure
s
must have adequate documentation. All accounting records and supporting documentation shall
be
available for inspection by the City of Cayce upon request. No person, on the basis of race, color,
or
national origin, should be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefit of, or be otherwis
e
subjected to discrimination under the program or activity funded in whole or in part by Hospitality Ta
x
funds. Employment made by or resulting from Hospitality Tax funding shall not discriminate agains
t
any employee or applicant on the basis of handicap, age, race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
.
None of the funds, materials, property, or services provided directly or indirectly under Hospitality Ta
x
funding shall be used for any partisan political activity, or to further the election or defeat of an
y
candidate for public office. The applicant hereby certifies that the information submitted as part of thi
s
application is accurate and reliable. Any change/and or variation must be reported immediately
,
otherwise funding may be withheld.
Authorized Officer Signature
Printed Authorized Officer Name
Danny Creamer, Chairperson, Events Committee
Date
February 20, 2015
Organization Contact Information
Organization
Cayce Events Committee
Contact Person
Danny Creamer
Mailing Address
PO Box 2004
City ST ZIP
Cayce, SC 29171
Telephone
803-550-9557
Cell
803-206-3279
Fax
803-796-9072
E-Mail
dannycreamer@gmail.com
________________________________________________________________________
Memorandum
________________________________________________________________
To: Mayor and Council
From: Mendy Corder, Events Committee Staff Liaison
Date: January 25, 2017
Subject: Discussion and Approval of Hospitality Tax Funding Request
for Christmas in Cayce and Carols Along the Riverwalk
Staff Request
________________________________________________________________
Issue
Council discussion and approval is needed for Staff’s request to utilize
Hospitality Tax Funds for Carols Along the Riverwalk and Christmas in
Cayce.
Discussion
Cayce staff is requesting to be allowed to utilize up to $14,000 of
Hospitality Tax Funds for Carols Along the Riverwalk and Christmas in
Cayce. These events have continued to grow year after year in our city
and attract more visitors to this area each year.
This year the Events Committee and Cayce Staff are requesting $4,000
for the Carols Along the Riverwalk event. This is to add more lights and
decorations to the venue, along with a Christmas tree, refreshments,
trolley service for the event goers and advertising of the event.
Cayce staff is requesting $10,000 for Christmas in Cayce to begin
purchasing new light displays and phasing out the older displays.
Recommendation
Staff recommends approval of the Hospitality Tax Fund Request.
________________________________________________________________________
Memorandum
________________________________________________________________________
To: Mayor and Council
From: Mendy Corder, Municipal Clerk
Date: January 25, 2017
Subject: Discussion and Approval of Hospitality Tax Funding Request for
Advertising Specialty Items Staff Request
________________________________________________________________
ISSUE
Council discussion and approval is needed for Staff’s request to utilize Hospitality
Tax Funds for City of Cayce Advertising Specialty Items.
BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
Cayce staff is requesting to be allowed to utilize up to $1,000 of Hospitality Tax
Funds for City of Cayce advertising specialty items. These items are used as
giveaways to promote our city. These items are also placed in welcome or gift
bags to groups visiting the area, new residents moving into the City and are
given away at City events.
RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends approval of the Hospitality Tax Fund Request.
________________________________________________________________________
Memorandum
________________________________________________________________________
To: Mayor and Council
From: Rachelle Moody, Special Projects/Grants Manager on behalf of
James Denny, Parks Manager
Date: January 25, 2017
Subject: Discussion and Approval of Hospitality Tax Funding Request for
Christmas Float MaintenanceStaff Request
________________________________________________________________
ISSUE
Council discussion and approval is needed for Staff’s request to utilize Hospitality
Tax Funds for Christmas float maintenance.
BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
Cayce staff is requesting to be allowed to utilize up to $1,500 of Hospitality Tax
Funds for City of Cayce to repair and maintain floats used during annual
Christmas parade in December.
RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends approval of the Hospitality Tax Fund Request.
________________________________________________________________________
Memorandum
________________________________________________________________________
To: Mayor and Council
From: Rachelle Moody, Special Projects/Grants Manager
Date: January 25, 2017
Subject: Discussion and Approval of Hospitality Tax Funding Request for
EngenuityStaff Request
________________________________________________________________
ISSUE
Council discussion and approval is needed for Staff’s request to utilize Hospitality
Tax Funds for Engenuity.
BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
Cayce staff is requesting to be allowed to utilize up to $1,500 of Hospitality Tax
Funds for City of Cayce to participate in Engenuity SC at the Leading Partner
level. This partner level includes:
Municipality logo prominently listed on Midlands Regional
Competitiveness Report
Customized presentation to Council on the MRCR results
Up to 50 hard copies of MRCR, upon request
Invitation to attend annual EngenuitySC USC President’s reception
4 complimentary tickets to EngenuitySC’s annual celebration Ignite!
Name on EngenuitySC’s supporter wall and website
RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends approval of the Hospitality Tax Fund Request.
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Memorandum
________________________________________________________________
To: Mayor and Council
From: Rebecca Vance, City Manager
Rachelle Moody, Special Projects/Grants Manager
Date: January 25, 2017
Subject: Bid Approval, Approval of a Contract for General Contracting
Services for the Cayce Riverwalk Repairs, and Spending Approval
________________________________________________________________
Issue
City Council’s approval is needed to accept the bid from AOS Specialty
Contractors, authorize the City Manager to execute the contract for general
contracting services for the Cayce Riverwalk Repairs Project, and to spend up to
$1,494,949 from TIF funds for the repairs.
Discussion
During the October 2015 flood event, the Cayce Riverwalk sustained extensive
damage requiring partial closure until repairs are complete. The City of Cayce
originally estimated repair costs totaling $1,494,949 and was preliminarily
approved for up to $1,121,211 in public assistance grant funding from FEMA for
the repairs. This is a reimbursable grant, and the City can request up to 75% of
the total project costs as a reimbursement from FEMA. Funding has not been
fully obligated (final approval) by FEMA, but is expected by the end of February.
Professional general contractor services are needed to complete this project; a
request for bids was placed in SCBO on November 30, 2016 and two firms
responded:
1. AOS Specialty Contractors
2. Digging Deep Construction
AOS Specialty Contractors was the lowest responsive responsible bidder with a
bid of $1,305,048.44 on January 5, 2017. Attached is a letter from the LandPlan
Group South (the Riverwalk Repairs Project’s design engineer) recommending
that the City accept the bid from AOS Specialty Contractors. Since funding has
not been obligated by FEMA, the City will award the bid to the contractor with a
contingency that grant funds must be approved prior to work commencement.
ITEM V. B.
2
Recommendation
Staff recommends that City Council accept the bid from AOS Specialty
Contractors, authorize the City Manager to execute the contract for general
contracting services for the Cayce Riverwalk Repairs Project contingent upon
grant fund final approval, and to spend up to $1,494,919 from TIF funds for the
repairs.
City of Cayce
Committee Appointments/Reappointments
January 25, 2017
A
ll open positions will be advertised on the City’s website and Facebook page.
COUNCIL ACTION REQUIRED
EVEN
TS COMMITTEEONE (1) POSITION
There are currently two open positions on the Events Committee. The City has received a potential member
application from Mr. Calvin Bowen. He ahs attended an Events Committee meeting and the Committee
recommends him for appointment. His appointment application is attached for Council’s review.
NO COUNCIL ACTION REQUIRED
The following positions have been postponed by Council until receipt of potential member applications.
A
CCOMMODATIONS TAX COMMITTEE THREE (3) POSITIONS
Two positions must be filled by someone from the motel industry in Cayce. One position must be filled by
someone from the restaurant industry in Cayce.
BE
AUTIFICATION BOARD – THREE (3) POSITIONS
The Board has no recommendations at this time.
C
AYCE HOUSING AUTHORITY ONE (1) POSITION
There is currently one open position on the Cayce Housing Authority.
C
AYCE MUNICIPAL ELECTION COMMISSION TWO (2) POSITIONS
There are currently two open positions on the Municipal Election Commission.
CO
NSOLIDATED BOARD OF APPEALS TWO (2) POSITIONS
Members who serve on this Board must be either an Engineer, Contractor, Architect or Design Professional.
There are no recommendations at this time.
EVEN
TS COMMITTEE TWO (2) POSITIONS
There is currently two open positions on the Events Committee. The Committee has no recommendations at this
time.
P
UBLIC SAFETY FOUNDATION THREE (3) POSITIONS
The Foundation has no recommendations at this time.
ITEM VII. A.
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