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Finance Committee

J.
Elliott Summey, Chairman Henry E. Darby Jenny Costa Honeycutt Anna B. Johnson Brantley Moody Teddie Pryor A. Victor Rawl Herb Sass Dickie Schweers

AGENDA FINANCE COMMITTEE

Tagged Interests: finance

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MINUTES OF AUGUST 6, 2020

2.
CONSENT AGENDA A) Hazard Mitigation Grant-Central Park Flood Reduction Project B)Hazard Mitigation Grant-Glendale Drive Flood Reduction Project C) Hazard Mitigation Grant-Long Branch Creek Flood Reduction Project D) Community Development Block Grant-Central Park Flood Reduction E) Pavement Management Data Collection (Public Works) F)National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for Smaller Institutions

Tagged Interests: pavement, grant, economic development, development, flooding, parks, Development, Public Works, public works, disaster management, cdbg, and community development

3.
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS: A) Board of Assessment Appeals B)Set-Off Debt Collection Hearing Officer C) Firemen's Insurance Inspection Fund (1 Commission) D) Disabilities Special Needs Board

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, insurance, hearing, and debt collection

4.
FY2021 C FUND ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

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Tagged Interests: road, streets, and program

5.
NEW CONSTRUCTION OF JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER

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Tagged Interests: construction and detention

6.
REAL ESTATE SERVICES/DISPOSITION OF COUNTY OWNED PROPERTIES

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Tagged Interests: services

7.
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION ADMIN SERVICES/AZALEA FUEL FACILITY

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Tagged Interests: construction, facility, and services

- Request to Consider

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Tuten/Staff - Request to Approve - Request to Approve - Request to Approve - Request to Approve - Award of Contract - Request to Accept

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Tagged Interests: contract

Salisbury - Appointments (2) - Appointment (1) - Appointments (3) - Appointments (3)

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

- Request to Approve TutenlThigpen

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- Award of Contract Tuten/Tol bert/Przybylowski

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Tagged Interests: contract

- Award of Contract TutenlTolbert/Przybylowski

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Tagged Interests: contract

- Award of Contract Tuten Tolbert/Przybylowski

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Tagged Interests: contract

8.
UPDATE FLOOD ORDINANCE TO ADOPT NEW FEMA FLOOD MAPS - Request to Approve Tuten/Bayyoud

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, flooding, and FEMA

9.
SHORT-TERM RENTAL ZONING PERMIT FEE AMENDMENTS - Request to Accept Tuten/Evans

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Tagged Interests: zoning, transportation, rental, and short-term rental

10.PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE ACTION ITEMS, IF ANY - Request to Consider

im MINUTES MEMORANDUM

Tagged Interests: public safety

TO: Members of Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance

FROM: Kristen Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: August 28, 2020

SUBJECT: Finance Committee Minutes

At the Finance Committee meeting of September 3, 2020, the draft minutes of the August 6, 2020, Finance Committee meetings will be presented for approval. CONSENT AGENDA TO: THROUGH: COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
Tagged Interests: finance and administrator

WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR / BU1 WING INSE MOO

Tagged Interests: administrator

FROM: HAKIM BAYYOUD DEPT SERVICES HAZARD MITIGATION GRANT PROGRAM - CENTRAL PARK FLOOD

SUBJECT: REDUCTION PROJECT REQUEST: APPROVE GRANT SUBMISSION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: 9/03/2020
Tagged Interests: grant, finance, council, economic development, services, program, flooding, parks, and disaster management

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

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Tagged Interests: animal rights

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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: P.M. /6 , . N-Ni ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING.

SITUATION

Tagged Interests: administrator

The Building Inspection Services Department requests approval to apply for, and accept if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 375,000.00 (75 of total estimate of 500,000.00) for the Central Park Flood Reduction Project. This grant is provided by the South Carolina Emergency Management Division, under FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. Funding would be used to obtain a consultant to create design documents based on the AECOM Study. The Central Park area was selected due to drainage issues and repetitive losses in that area.

There is a 25 match requirement for this grant, which will be met in-kind via staff time. No additional money or FTEs will be required to carry out this request. The grant performance period is 36 months from the date of award. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Department Head's recommendation to apply for federal funding.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, council, economic development, services, program, performance, emergency, flooding, parks, disaster management, FEMA, and stormwater

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Approve the Building Inspections Services Department to apply for and accept, if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 375,000.00 (75 of total estimate for project) from the South Carolina Emergency Management Division under FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program in the Central Park area of Charleston County to reduce flooding and create a more resilient community.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, economic development, services, program, emergency, flooding, parks, disaster management, and FEMA

. There is a 25 match requirement for this grant that will be met in-kind via coordinating Departments staff time.

There are no FTEs or any items that involve re-occurring costs associated with this request. The grant performance period is 36 months from the date of award. COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: THROUGH: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR / WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR / j BUILDING INSPC
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, grant, performance, and administrator

FROM: HAKIMBAYYOUD DEPT. SERVICES HAZARD MITIGATION GRANT PROGRAM - GLENDALE DRIVE FLOOD

SUBJECT: REDUCTION PROJECT REQUEST: APPROVE GRANT SUBMISSION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: 9/03/2020
Tagged Interests: grant, finance, council, economic development, services, program, flooding, and disaster management

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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Signature of

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Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts

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Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: )1J Fiscal impact:

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Tagged Interests: budget and administrator

The Building Inspection Services Department requests approval to apply for, and accept if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 375,000.00 (75 of total estimate of 500,000.00) for the Glendale Drive Flood Reduction Project. This grant is provided by the South Carolina Emergency Management Division, under FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. Funding would be used to obtain a consultant to create design documents based on the Weston and Sampson Study. The Glendale Drive area was selected due to drainage issues and repetitive losses in that area.

There is a 25 match requirement for this grant, which will be met in-kind via staff time. No additional money or FTEs will be required to carry out this request. The grant performance period is 36 months from the date of award. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Department Head's recommendation to apply for federal funding.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, council, economic development, services, program, performance, emergency, flooding, disaster management, FEMA, and stormwater

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Approve the Building Inspections Services Department to apply for and accept, if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 375,000.00 (75 of total estimate for project) from the South Carolina Emergency Management Division under FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program in the Glendale Drive area of Charleston County to reduce flooding and create a more resilient community.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, economic development, services, program, emergency, flooding, disaster management, and FEMA

. There is a 25 match requirement for this grant that will be met in-kind via coordinating Departments staff time.

Tagged Interests: grant

. There are no FTEs or any items that involve re-occurring costs associated with this request.

The grant performance period is 36 months from the date of award. COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM
Tagged Interests: grant and performance

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR BUILDING INSPE/TION FROM: HAKIMBAYYOUD DEPT. SERVICES
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, services, and administrator

HAZARD MITIGATION GRANT PROGRAM - LONG BRANCH CREEK FLOOD SUBJECT: REDUCTION PROJECT REQUEST: APPROVE GRANT SUBMISSION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: 9/03/2020

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Tagged Interests: grant, finance, council, economic development, program, flooding, and disaster management

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews) Signature of

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Yes NIA Individual Contacted

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Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts

Zoning Regulations / Comp. Plan Compliance El M Community Services El M Grants Auditor M El d>S Other: El El Other: Eli M FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LII no El n/a Z If yes, provide Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item the following: 0.00
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: )1;t Fiscal impact: j k-i -a( 10e, p-ov ;d

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Tagged Interests: budget

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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION
Tagged Interests: administrator

The Building Inspection Services Department requests approval to apply for, and accept if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 370,000.00 (74 of total estimate of 500,000.00) for the Long Branch Creek Flood Reduction Project. This grant is provided by the South Carolina Emergency Management Division, under FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). Funding would be used to obtain a consultant to create design documents based on the Weston and Sampson Study. The Long Branch Creek area was selected due to drainage issues and repetitive losses in that area.

There is a 26 match requirement for this grant, which will be met in-kind via staff time. No additional money or FTEs will be required to carry out this request. The grant performance period is 36 months from the date of award. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Department Head's recommendation to apply for federal funding.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, council, economic development, services, program, performance, emergency, flooding, disaster management, FEMA, and stormwater

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Approve the Building Inspections Services Department to apply for and accept, if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 370,000.00 (74 of total estimate for project) from the South Carolina Emergency Management Division under FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) in the Long Branch Creek area of Charleston County to reduce flooding and create a more resilient community. There is a 26 match requirement for this grant that will be met in-kind via coordinating Departments staff time. There are no FTEs or any items that involve re-occurring costs associated with this request. The grant performance period is 36 months from the date of award.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, economic development, services, program, performance, emergency, flooding, disaster management, and FEMA

Signature of Yes N/A Individual Contacted

In 97':77 COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR / THROUGH: WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR

BUILDING INSPEC1'IO FROM: HAKIM BAYYOUD ,An P*- ' DEPT. SERVICES COMMUNITY DEVrHLOP NT BLOCK GRANT MITIGATION PROGRAM -
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, grant, services, program, and administrator

SUBJECT: CENTRAL PARK FLOOD REDUCTION PROJECT

REQUEST: APPROVE GRANT SUBMISSION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL
Tagged Interests: grant, council, economic development, flooding, and parks

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

Legal Department

Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts

Zoning Regulations / Comp. Plan Compliance Community Services Grants Auditor Other: Other: FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no LII n/a If yes, provide Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item the following: 0.00
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: Fiscal impact: No ii.,dvA COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. FINANCE DATE: 9/03/2020 SITUATION
Tagged Interests: finance, budget, and administrator

The Building Inspection Services Department requests approval to apply for, and accept if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 500,000.00 for the Central Park Flood Reduction Project. This grant is provided by the South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office (SCDRO), HUD's Community Development Block Grant Mitigation Program (CDBG-MIT). Funding would be used to obtain a consultant to create design documents based on the AECOM Study. The Central Park area was selected due to drainage issues and repetitive losses in that area.

There is no match requirement for this grant. No additional money or FTEs will be required to carry out this request. The grant performance period is one year from the date of award. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Department Head's recommendation to apply for federal funding.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, council, economic development, development, services, program, performance, flooding, parks, Development, information technology, cdbg, Information Technology, community development, and stormwater

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Approve the Building Inspections Services Department to apply for and accept, if awarded, federal funding in an amount up to 500,000.00 from the Community Development Block Grant Mitigation Program, which is funded through the Department of Housing and Urban Development and managed by South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office to allow the Building Inspection Services Department to implement a Flood Reduction Project in the Central Park area of Charleston County to reduce flooding and create a more resilient community.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, economic development, development, services, program, flooding, parks, Development, information technology, cdbg, Information Technology, community development, and housing

. There is a no match requirement for this grant.

Tagged Interests: grant

. There are no FTEs or any items that involve re-occurring costs associated with this request.

The grant performance period is one year from the date of award. Yes N/A LI
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COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM

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TO: BILL TUTEN. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: CORINE ALTENHEIN, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FROM: BARRETT J. TOLBERT DEPT. PROCUREMENT SUBJECT: PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT DATA COLLECTION REQUEST: AWARD OF CONTRACT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: SEPT. 3, 2020
Tagged Interests: pavement, finance, council, contract, purchasing, and administrator

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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Sianature of

Legal Department
Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts

Zoning Regulations / Comp. Plan Compliance Community Services Grants Auditor
Tagged Interests: grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

Other: Public Works

Other: FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no LI n/a LI If Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item yes, provide the following: W42040001 64842 COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITI IATIflFsJ Proposals were requested from all interested companies, experienced in collecting automated pavement condition data for roads within the County for which the County is responsible. The services will include, but are not limited to, Initial Calibration Verification, Data Collection, and Data Quality Management.
Tagged Interests: pavement, road, funding, streets, services, Public Works, public works, and administrator

Proposals were received in accordance with the terms and conditions of Request for Proposal (RFP) No. 5470-20C: Pavement Management Data Collection.

The following firms submitted proposals: ARRB Group Engineering and Research International, Inc. Furgo USA Land, Inc. International Cybernetics Mandi Communications Pathway Services Inc. The evaluation committee reviewed the submitted proposals for compliance with the RFP requirements and recommends awarding the contract to AARB Group. The evaluation committee members consisted of staff from: Charleston County Public Works Town of Mt. Pleasant Transportation Department City of North Charleston Public Works ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL
Tagged Interests: rfp, pavement, RFP, council, contract, transportation, services, communications, Public Works, public works, compliance, Communications, and engineering

Authorize award of contract.

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Tagged Interests: contract

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

Authorize staff to negotiate with the most qualified firm, ARRB Group, to provide Pavement Management Data Collection, and if successful, award and enter into a contract.

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Tagged Interests: pavement and contract

Funds are available in the Public Works C Funds.

COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM

Tagged Interests: funding, Public Works, and public works

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: WALT SMALLS, CHIEF DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR TECH
Tagged Interests: administrator

FROM: HALEY DOTY VADEN DEPT. SERVICES/RECORDS NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES GRANT FOR SMALLER

Tagged Interests: grant and services

SUBJECT: INSTITUTIONS APPROVE GRANT AWARD FROM NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE

REQUEST: HUMANITIES COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: 9t3/202O

Tagged Interests: grant, finance, and council

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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Signature of

Yes N/A Individual Contacted

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Procurement/Contracts [I]

Eli Zoning Regulations / Comp. Plan Compliance LI LII Community Services LI LI Grants Auditor H LI 41; ,MOL.uj2l,4_.) Other: LII LI Other: LII Li FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LII no M n/a LI If yes, provide Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item the following: [ 0.00
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: Fiscal impact: /V, i.-k1b red. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION The Records Department is requesting permission to accept an award for a Preservation Assistance Grant (PAG) from The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The FAG helps small and mid-sized institutions such as libraries, museums, historical societies, archival repositories, cultural organizations, town and county records offices, and colleges and universities improve their ability to preserve and care for their collections. The FAG will support Records by providing training and ensuring records are properly housed and stored, preserving historical records of the development of Charleston County for the government, citizens, and the public. This grant will include training in the assessment of historical records and best practices for description, digitization and recommendations for providing access, with a special emphasis on A More Perfect Union : NEH Special Initiative Advancing Civic Education and Commemorating the Nation's 250th Anniversary. The project has a goal of Records Management staff receiving training from a professional consultant with the organization LYRASIS. The training will be to catalogue and describe historical collections pertaining to American History. A second goal will be to purchase archival materials to preserve historical records. Awards are up to 15,000 for a one-year project. The goal of the grant is to build on each previous year's awards to support an ongoing preservation program, this is the third FAG awarded to the Records Management division. No Match or FTE's are associated with this request. The Grant Period is September 2020 - August 2021. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL
Tagged Interests: grant, council, economic development, budget, historical, development, union, materials, services, program, purchasing, training, Development, preservation, university, commercial, administrator, education, information technology, civic education, museums, history, library, and Information Technology

Authorize Records Department to accept an award for a Preservation Assistance Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).

Tagged Interests: grant and preservation

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Approve the Records Department request to accept an award for a Preservation Assistance Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Funds would be used for training and the purchase of preservation materials and supplies. There are no matching requirements or FTE's associated with this request, the grant period is September 2020 - August 2021. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, finance, council, boards and commissions, materials, purchasing, training, and preservation

FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: August 25, 2020

SUBJECT: Board of Assessment Appeals - Appointments (2)

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Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

An announcement of vacancies for the Board of Assessment Appeals was previously made.

Applications for appointment were received from Patricia Henley and Gregory Perry. The Board of Assessment Appeals hears appeals from the Assessor's valuation of property values. Hearings are workload driven and are usually held on Wednesday afternoons. The Board's fifteen members shall be appointed by County Council to four year terms. The term for this seat will expire 6/24. Two vacancies, two applications Patricia Henley Gregory Perry CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance, council, boards and commissions, appointments, property, and hearing

FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: August 25, 2020

SUBJECT: Set Off Debt Collection Hearing Officer - Appointment (1)

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, hearing, and debt collection

An announcement of vacancy for the Set Off Debt Collection Hearing Officer was previously made.

Application for appointment was received from Reginald Davis The Set Off Debt Collection Officer will hear debtor protests and must have medical education/training in order to understand and evaluate bills for medical services, supplies, and treatment. The Officer is appointed for a two year term. The term for this seat will expire 6/22. One vacancy, one application Reginald Davis CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance, council, boards and commissions, appointments, services, training, hearing, education, and debt collection

FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: August 25, 2020

SUBJECT: Firemen's Insurance Inspection Fund (1 Commission) - Appointments (3)

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and insurance

An announcement of vacancies for the Firemen's Insurance and Inspection Fund (1 Commission) was previously made.

Applications for appointment were received from George Morrison (St. Paul's Fire District), William Nunnally (St. Paul's Fire District), and Kerri Cannons (James Island PSD). After these appointments, there will still be thirteen vacancies. The Firemen's Insurance and Inspection Fund (1 Commission) is comprised of 21 members: the County Treasurer and 4 representatives from each of the five fire districts in the County (Awendaw, St. John's, St. Paul's, St. Andrews PSD, and James Island PSD). Members are appointed by the Treasurer upon recommendation of County Council for four year terms. All insurance companies doing business in South Carolina must report to the Department of Insurance the amount of fire insurance premiums written for improvements to all assessed property in each county and is then assessed a 1 tax for the fire insurance premiums written per county. That money is deposited into the 1 Fund and is dispersed to each County Treasurer. The Fund is then distributed to each fire district by the County Treasurer through the Firemen's Insurance Inspection Fund (1 ) Commission. The role of the 1 Commission is to ensure that expenditures from the fund are consistent with state statutes that regulate the fund. The term for this seat will expire 3/24

Tagged Interests: business, council, boards and commissions, appointments, taxes, Taxes, fire departments and districts, insurance, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Three vacancies, three applications George Morrison (St. Paul's Fire District) William Nunnally (St. Paul's Fire District) Kerri Cannons (James Island PSD)

CHARLESTON COUNTY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Finance Committee
Tagged Interests: finance, council, boards and commissions, and fire departments and districts

FROM: Kristen L. Salisbury, Clerk of Council

Tagged Interests: council

DATE: August 25, 2020

SUBJECT: Disabilities Special Needs Board - Appointments (3)

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

An announcement of vacancies for the Disabilities and Special Needs Board was previously made for expired terms and a vacancy from a resignation.

Applications for re-appointment were received from Leo McLaughlin and Lisa Sessoms. Applications for appointment were received from Christina Arnoldi and Leah Boepple.

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

Members of the Disabilities and Special Needs Board are appointed by the Governor for four year terms. County Council recommends to the Governor persons to be appointed. The mission of the Board is to assist people with disabilities in meeting their needs, pursuing their dreams and achieving their possibilities; and to minimize the occurrence and reduce severity of disabilities through prevention. The Board meets on the fourth Thursday of each month at 5:30 pm.

The term for the vacant seat from a resignation will expire 9/25. The terms to fill the expired seats will end 9/24. Three vacancies, four applications Christina Arnoldi Leah Boepple Leo McLaughlin Lisa Sessoms
Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, and appointments

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FY2021 C FUND ROAD

IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM
Tagged Interests: road, streets, and program

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

Tagged Interests: administrator

THROUGH: JIM ARMSTRONG, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR \Q' FROM STEVE THIGPEN P E U1 DEPT PUBLIC WORKS

Tagged Interests: Public Works, public works, and administrator

SUBJECT: FY 2021 C FUND ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

REQUEST: AUTHORIZATION TO MANAGE FY 2020 C FUND PROGRAM

Tagged Interests: road, streets, and program

COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: SEPT. 3, 2020

Tagged Interests: finance and council

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

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Signature of

Yes N/A ndividual Co cte

Legal Department El
Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts LI

LII Zoning Regulations I Comp. Plan Compliance Community Services Grants Auditor z Other: LI LI Other: LI LI FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LI no Z n/a LI If Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item yes, provide the following: 0.00
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE:
Tagged Interests: budget

Fiscal impact: Funds are available in the C Funds.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION On August 11, 2020 the Charleston County Transportation Committee (CCTC) funded the FY 2021 C Fund Road Improvement Program. As has been the practice for many years, County staff administers the funds, engineering design, contracts, and performs construction management services for the CCTC. County managed CTC project costs are reimbursed from funds appropriated for the projects. The CCTC has allocated 3,392,500.00 for resurfacing various State, County, and Municipal roads and an additional 11400000.00 for construction of the projects listed in the attached spread sheet titled CTC FY 2021 Small Project Construction Program . Other construction projects, not listed on the attached sheet, may be selected at the discretion of the CCTC at a later date. C Funds are derived from state gasoline user fee which is deposited in the County Transportation Fund to be allocated to all counties within the state. C Funds are apportioned to each County in the following manner:
Tagged Interests: road, funding, construction, economic development, streets, contract, transportation, services, program, administrator, and engineering

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one-third based on the ratio of the land area of the county to the land area of the state,

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one-third based on the ratio of county population to state population as determined by the latest ten year census, and

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one-third based on the ratio of rural road mileage in the county to rural road mileage in the state.

The Charleston County Transportation Committee (CCTC) has accepted the responsibility to administer its funding in Charleston County with the daily responsibilities of the program being managed by County staff. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Authorize the County Administrator to enter into necessary agreement(s) with the South Carolina Department of Transportation and others to enable County Staff to carry out project design, contract administration, and construction management for the CCTC's FY 2021 C Fund Road Improvement Program.
Tagged Interests: road, funding, rural, construction, council, economic development, streets, contract, transportation, program, and administrator

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the County Administrator be authorized to enter into necessary agreement(s) with the South Carolina Department of Transportation and others to enable County staff to carry out project design, contract administration, and construction management for the CCTC's FY 2021 C Fund Road Improvement Program.

Charleston CTC FY 2021 Annual Funding Meeting

Tagged Interests: road, funding, construction, economic development, streets, contract, transportation, program, and administrator

Technical Oversight Subcommittee - FY 2020 Funding Distribution Recommendation Pavement Management 3,392,500.00

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: pavement and funding

Small Projects 1,400,000,00 Contingency (10 ) 532,500.00

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: economic development

Project Name Reguestor Priority Description Amount

Recommend funding for design and construction; Install 500 Old Towne Road Bike and Pedestrian Charleston County Parks
Tagged Interests: road, funding, construction, economic development, streets, parks, Pedestrian, and bicycle

LF of new 10 FT multi use path along Old Towne Road to 105,000.00 Improvements Recreation Commission

connect to future multi use path for future perk. Recommend funding for design and partial construction;
Tagged Interests: road, funding, construction, boards and commissions, streets, and recreation

Central Park Culvert Replacement Charleston (portion of 1 Replace the existing double 48 crossline pipes at James 260,000.00

request)/SCDOT Island Creek with appropriately sized box culvert. Full Implementation of request; Installation of two speed Ft. Johnson a Lighthouse Safety Town of James Island I feedback signs along Fort Johnson Road at 34,500.00 Improvements Lighthouse Boulevard to improve safety. (FUNDING ONLY) Slidel Paving Town of Lincolnville 1 Recommend funding for design and construction; Pave 450 155,000.00
Tagged Interests: pavement, road, funding, construction, streets, transportation, parks, and stormwater

LF of existing gravel road.

Lexington Drive at all American Blvd Mini Town of Mt. Pleasant 1 Funding for Design and partial construction; Installation of a 305,500.00 Roundabout mini roundabout at the intersection. Recommend funding for design and construction; Replace International Blvd. Ped Bridge City of N. Charleston 1 existing wood pedestrian bridge with prefabricated steel 345,000.00 bridge. Rockland Ave Town of Rockville 1 Funding for Design; rock and top with sand first 2,200 feet of 65,000.00 road.
Tagged Interests: traffic circle, bridge, road, funding, construction, streets, and Pedestrian

Sam King Road Town of Hollywood 1 Recommend funding for design and construction; ; Rock first 90,000.00

Tagged Interests: road, funding, construction, and streets

500 feet of Sam King Road from Toogoodoo Road.

Bethel AME Church Turn Lane Town of Ravenel 1 Funding for Design; Install left turn lane for Bethel AME 40,000.00

Tagged Interests: road, funding, streets, and church

Church off Highway 17.

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Tagged Interests: highway and church

Gadsdenville Rd Sidewalk Conceptual Study Citizen Perform conceptual TBD

study to improve pedestrian safety.

Tagged Interests: streets and Pedestrian

5.
NEW

No additional detail provided

CONSTRUCTION OF JUVENILE

DETENTION CENTER COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM TO: BILL TUTEN, CHIEF OF STAFF/ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR THROUGH CORINE ALTENHEIN, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FROM: BARRETT J. TOLBERT DEPT. PROCUREMENT
Tagged Interests: construction, purchasing, administrator, and detention

SUBJECT: NEW CONSTRUCTION OF JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER

REQUEST: AWARD OF CONTRACT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: SEPT. 03, 2020
Tagged Interests: construction, finance, council, contract, and detention

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

No additional detail provided

Signature of Yes N/A Individual Contacted

Legal Department ir:7 7 ProcurementlContracts Li Zoning Regulations I Comp. Plan Compliance Community Services LI LI Grants Auditor Facilities Other: D El FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes no LI n/a El Or g. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item If yes, provide the following: 4D4029001 77701 12.. b40 12,115,640.00
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, regulation, legal, zoning, services, compliance, and audit

ACTING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE:

ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION Bids were received from qualified vendors for the new construction of the Juvenile Detention Center to be located at 3765 Leeds Avenue. The project consists of the complete construction of a new 72-bed Charleston County Juvenile Detention Center, a 29,409 sq. ft. CMU and brick building with site improvements. The facility will include six juvenile housing units, classrooms, outdoor recreation yard, administration, arrival and intake, visitation, and medical. Sealed bids were received in accordance with the terms and conditions of Invitation for Bid No. 5487-20R. The mandatory Small Business Enterprise (SBE) requirement for this solicitation was 12.2 and the Minority Women Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (MWDBE) goal was 25 . Bidder Total Bid Price SBE MWDBE Percentage Percentage M. B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc.* 12,115,640.00 Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Tagged Interests: rfp, Homebuilder, RFP, construction, business, facility, economic development, small business, solicitation, administrator, detention, recreation, and housing

17.2 .88 Principal: Will Neely Original Bid Amount

Vendor invoked Local Vendor Preference 12,671,967.00 Leitner Construction Company of York County, LLC 12,115,640.00 29.4 29.3 Charleston, South Carolina 29492
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, and construction

Principal: John W. Leitner

McKnight Construction Co., Inc. Augusta, Georgia 30917 12,208,645.00 26.0 0

Tagged Interests: construction

Principal: Jane Marie Kinsey

Monteith Construction Corp. Charleston, South Carolina 29403 12,717,825.00 26.8 1.85
Tagged Interests: construction

Principal: Brian Stamp

Brantley Construction Services, LLC DBA Brantley Construction Company, LLC 13,539,913.00 14.1 0 Charleston, South Carolina 29418 Principal: Gary D. Brantley MedPro Systems, LLC DBA MPS Engineering Construction 14,110,744.00 14.1 100 Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Tagged Interests: construction, services, and engineering

Principal: L. Kai Yeh

*Vendor invoked Local Vendor Preference Option that allows a vendor located in Charleston County whose bid is within 5 of the low bid to match low bid of non-local vendor. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, and council

. Authorize award of contract.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: contract

DEPARTMENT HEAD RECOMMENDATION

Authorize award of contract for IFB No. 5487-20R, the complete construction of the Charleston County Juvenile Detention Center project to M.B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc., the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, in the amount of 12,115,640.00 by invoking the local vendor preference option.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, construction, economic development, contract, and detention

Funds are available in the Juvenile Detention Center Construction budget.

REAL ESTATE SERVICES

Tagged Interests: funding, construction, budget, services, and detention

DISPOSITION OF COUNTY OWNED

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM

TO: BILL TUTEN. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

Tagged Interests: administrator

THROUGH: CflPU'JP A l TPMHPIN flFPt ITY AflMNISTRATOR

FROM: BARRETT J. TOLBERT l2- DEPT. PROCUREMENT REAL ESTATE SERVICES F DISPOSITION OF COUNTY OWNED REAL

Tagged Interests: services and purchasing

SUBJECT: PROPERTY AS NEEDED

REQUEST: AWARD OF CONTRACT COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: SEPT. 03, 2020
Tagged Interests: finance, council, contract, and property

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

No additional detail provided

Signature of Yes N/A

Legal Department LI
Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts

LI Zoning Regulations / Comp. Plan Compliance iI Community Services LI LI Grants Auditor LI LI Other: FACILITIES LI Other: LI LI FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes M no LI n/a LI Or g. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item If yes, provide the following: 1D4014001 64840 as needed COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION On behalf of the Facilities Department, qualifications were requested from interested real estate firms for the purpose of providing real estate services for the disposition of Charleston County owned real property on an as-needed basis. The selected firm will provide professional brokerage, marketing, and sales services for property owned by the County. Qualification submittals were received in accordance with the terms and conditions of Request for Qualifications (RFQ) No. 5479-20R from the following firms: Avison Young Belk Lucy Bridge Commercial CBRE Colliers international Cushman Wakefield lThaihimer Higgenbotham Auctioneers Johnson Wilson Real Estate Company Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc. (JLL) Lame Commercial Real Estate Lee Associates Charleston, LLC Property Enterprises Inc. (PEI) An evaluation committee has reviewed the submitted qualifications for compliance with the RFQ requirements and determined the following firm to be the most qualified in meeting the County's needs and recommends awarding a contract to CBRE. The evaluation committee members were from the following departments: Facilities Budget Finance General Services ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL
Tagged Interests: bridge, funding, grant, regulation, finance, council, market, budget, sale, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, property, commercial, administrator, compliance, and audit

Authorize award of contract.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: contract

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Authorize staff to negotiate with the most qualified firm, CBRE, for providing real estate services for the disposition of Charleston County owned real property on an as-needed basis, and if successful, award and enter into a contract.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: contract, services, and property

Funds are available in the Facilities Department contracted services budget.

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES/AZALEA FUEL FACILITY COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM

Tagged Interests: funding, construction, facility, budget, contract, and services

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

Yes N/A Signature of Individual 9Dtapted Legal Department

Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts

Zoning Regulations I Comp. Plan Compliance LI Community Services LI Grants Auditor LI Other: FACILITIES
Tagged Interests: grant, regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, compliance, and audit

Other: LI FUNDING: Was funding previousI

iT
Tagged Interests: funding

approved? yes M no LI n/a L

Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item If yes, provide the following: 4D4029013 77712 to be negotiated

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION On behalf of the Facilities Department, qualifications were requested from interested engineering firms for the purpose of providing design and construction administration services for the Azalea Fuel Facility. Qualification submittals were received in accordance with the terms and conditions of Request for Qualifications (RFQ) No. 5453-20R from the following firms: Harris Group, Inc. Weston Sampson Engineers, Inc. An evaluation committee has reviewed the submitted qualifications for compliance with the RFQ requirements and determined the following firm to be the most qualified in meeting the County's needs and recommends awarding a contract to Weston Sampson Engineers, Inc. The evaluation committee members were from the following departments: Facilities Fleet Procurement ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL
Tagged Interests: construction, council, facility, contract, services, purchasing, administrator, compliance, and engineering

Authorize award of contract.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: contract

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Authorize staff to negotiate with the most qualified firm, Weston Sampson Engineers, Inc., for design and construction administration services for the Azalea Fuel Facility, and if successful, award and enter into a contract.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: construction, facility, contract, and services

Funds are available in the Azalea Fuel Facility budget (Capital Projects Fund).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: funding, facility, economic development, budget, capital spending, and Capital Spending

E
i UPDATE FLOOD ORDINANCE TO

ADOPT NEW FEMA FLOOD MAPS COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM
Tagged Interests: ordinance, flooding, and FEMA

TO: BILL TUTEN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

THROUGH: WALT SMALLS, CHIEF D PUTY ADMINISTRATOR BUILDING INSPECTION
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder and administrator

FROM: HAKIM BAYYOUD V DEPT. SERVICES SUBJECT: UPDATE FLOOD ORDINANCE TO ADOPT NEW FEMA FLOOD MAPS

REQUEST: APPROVE REVISION TO FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE 2075 COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL: FINANCE DATE: q/3 2020
Tagged Interests: ordinance, finance, council, services, flooding, and FEMA

COORDINATION: This request has been coordinated with: (attach all recommendations/reviews)

No additional detail provided

Signature of Yes N/A Individual Contacted

Legal Department C -

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: legal

Procurement/Contracts

Zoning Regulations / Comp. 7 Plan Compliance LI - Community Services liii
Tagged Interests: regulation, contract, zoning, services, purchasing, and compliance

Grants Auditor LII z - 4

Other: Public Works z El Other: El E FUNDING: Was funding previously approved? yes LII no LII n/a LI If yes, provide Org. Object Balance in Account Amount needed for item the following:

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, Public Works, public works, and audit

NEED: Identify any critical time constraint.

BUDGET OFFICER SIGNATURE: Fiscal impact: NONE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S SIGNATURE: ORIGINATING OFFICE PLEASE NOTE: DUE DATE TO ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY OF THE WEEK PRECEDING THE COMMITTEE MEETING. SITUATION The current Charleston County Flood Ordinance requires revisions to comply with the new state and federal requirements such as adopting the new FEMA flood maps. The maps went through a comment and appeal period and those comments have been addressed. On July 29, 2020, staff received the Letter of Final Determination (LFD) to start the adoption process. The effective date of the maps is January 29, 2021. The attached ordinance amendments have been approved by the State of South Carolina. Other changes include definition to align with and coordinate with the other departments that interact with Building Inspection Services and floodplain management. This includes Planning Zoning and Stormwater. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Department Head's recommendation.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, planning, ordinance, council, budget, zoning, services, flooding, administrator, FEMA, and stormwater

DEPARTMENT HEAD'S RECOMMENDATION

Recommend approval of the updated Floodplain Management ordinance adopting the new FEMA flood maps. NAR
Tagged Interests: ordinance, flooding, and FEMA

Federal Emergency Management Agency Washington, D.C. 20472

CERTIFIED MAIL IN REPLY REFER TO: RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED 115-A The Honorable J. Elliott Summey Community: Charleston County, Chairman, Charleston County Council South Carolina 4045 Bridge View Drive (Unincorporated Areas) North Charleston, South Carolina 29405 Community No.: 455413 Map Panels Affected: See FIRM Index Dear Mr. Summey: On January 4, 2018, you were notified of proposed modified flood hazard determinations affecting the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) and Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report for Charleston County, South Carolina and Incorporated Areas. You were also notified of the proposed addition of and/or modifications to Base Flood Elevations, base flood depths, Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHAs), zone designations, and regulatory floodways. SFHAs are the areas subject to inundation by the flood having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year (base flood). The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) published a notification of the proposed flood hazard determinations for your community in The Post and Courier on January 11, 2018 and January 18, 2018. The statutory 90-day appeal period that was initiated on January 18, 2018 has elapsed. FEMA did receive an appeal during that 90-day period. The technical data submitted in support of the appeal have been evaluated, and the appeal has been resolved. Therefore, the determination of the Agency as to the flood hazard information for your community is considered final. FEMA will publish a notice of final flood hazard determinations in the Federal Register as soon as possible. The FIRM for your community will become effective as of January 29, 2021, and will revise the FIRM and FIS report that were in effect prior to that date. For insurance rating purposes, the community number and new suffix code for the panels being revised are indicated above and on the maps and must be used for all new policies and renewals. Final printed copies of the report and maps will be mailed to you before the effective date. The modifications are pursuant to Section 206 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 (Public Law 93-234) and are in accordance with the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968, as amended (Title XIII of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, Public Law 90-448), 42 U.S.C. 4001-4128, and 44 CFR Part 65. Because of the modifications to the FIRM and FIS report for your community made by this map revision, certain additional requirements must be met under Section 1361 of the 1968 Act, as amended, within 6 months from the date of this letter. Prior to January 29, 2021, your community is required, as a condition of continued eligibility in the National Flood Insurance Program NFIP), to adopt or show evidence of adoption of floodplain management regulations that meet the standards of Paragraph 60.3(d and e) of the NFIP regulations. These standards are the minimum requirements and do not supersede any State or local requirements of a more stringent nature.

Tagged Interests: bridge, regulation, council, security, development, program, emergency, insurance, flooding, Development, Immigration, FEMA, and housing

It must be emphasized that all the standards specified in Paragraph 60.3 (d and e) of the NFIP regulations must be enacted in a legally enforceable document. This includes the adoption of the effective FIRM and FIS report to which the regulations apply and the modifications made by this map revision. Some of the standards should already have been enacted by your community. Any additional requirements can be met by taking one of the following actions:

1. Amending existing regulations to incorporate any additional requirements of Paragraph 60.3 (d and e); 2. Adopting all the standards of Paragraph 60.3 (d and e) into one new, comprehensive set of regulations; or,

Tagged Interests: regulation

3.
Showing evidence that regulations have previously been adopted that meet or exceed the minimum requirements of Paragraph 60.3 (d and e).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: regulation

Communities that fail to enact the necessary floodplain management regulations will be suspended from participation in the NFIP and subject to the prohibitions contained in Section 202(a) of the 1973 Act as amended.

Tagged Interests: regulation

A
Consultation Coordination Officer (CCO) has been designated to assist your community with any difficulties you may be encountering in enacting the floodplain management regulations. The CCO will be the primary liaison between your community and FEMA. For information about your CCO, please contact:

Tagged Interests: regulation and FEMA

Mr. Jesse Munoz Director, Mitigation Division

Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region IV 3003 Chamblee-Tucker Road

Tagged Interests: road, streets, and emergency

Atlanta, Georgia 30341 (770) 220 5200

To assist your community in maintaining the FIRM, we have enclosed a Summary of Map Actions (SOMA) to document previous Letter of Map Change (LOMC) actions (i.e., Letters of Map Amendment (LOMAs), Letters of Map Revision (LOMiRs)) that will be superseded when the revised FIRM panels referenced above become effective. Information on LOMCs is presented in the following four categories: (1) LOMCs for which results have been included on the revised FIRM panels; (2) LOMCs for which results could not be shown on the revised FIRM panels because of scale limitations or because the LOMC issued had determined that the lots or structures involved were outside the Special Flood Hazard Area as shown on the FIRM; (3) LOMCs for which results have not been included on the revised FIRM panels because the flood hazard information on which the original determinations were based is being superseded by new flood hazard information; and (4) LOMCs issued for multiple lots or structures where the determination for one or more of the lots or structures cannot be revalidated through an administrative process like the LOMCs in Category 2 above. LOMCs in Category 2 will be revalidated through a single letter that reaffirms the validity of a previously issued LOMC; the letter will be sent to your community shortly before the effective date of the revised FIRM and will become effective 1 day after the revised FIRM becomes effective. For the LOMCs listed in Category 4, we will review the data previously submitted for the LOMA or LOMR request and issue a new determination for the affected properties after the revised FIRM becomes effective. The FIRM panels have been computer-generated. Once the FIRM and FIS report are printed and distributed, the digital files containing the flood hazard data for the entire county can be provided to your community for use in a computer mapping system. These files can be used in conjunction with other

Tagged Interests: flooding

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thematic data for floodplain management purposes, insurance purchase and rating requirements, and many other planning applications. Copies of the digital files or paper copies of the FIRM panels may be obtained by calling our FEMA Mapping and Insurance eXchange (FMIX), toll free, at 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627). In addition, your community may be eligible for additional credits under our Community Rating System if you implement your activities using digital mapping files.

Tagged Interests: planning, insurance, purchasing, and FEMA

If you have any questions regarding the necessary floodplain management measures for your community or the NFIP in general, we urge you to call the Director, Mitigation Division of FEMA Region IV in Atlanta, Georgia, at (770) 220-5200 for assistance. If you have any questions concerning mapping issues in general or the enclosed SOMA, please call our FMIIX at the toll free number shown above. Additional information and resources your community may find helpful regarding the NFIP and floodplain management, such as The National Flood Insurance Program Code of Federal Regulations, Answers to Questions About the National Flood Insurance Program, Use of Flood Insurance Study (FIS) Data as Available Data, Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Effect that Revised Flood Hazards have on Existing Structures, and National Flood Insurance Prograin Elevation Certificate and Instructions, can be found on our website at http://www.floodmaps.fema.gov/ fd. Paper copies of these documents may also be obtained by calling our FMIX.

Si cerely, Luis Rodriguez, P.E., Director Engineering and Modeling Division Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration Enclosure: Final SOMA
Tagged Interests: regulation, program, insurance, flooding, FEMA, engineering, and instruction

cc: Community Map Repository Mr. Walter L. Smalls, Chief Deputy Administrator, Charleston County Maria Cox Lamm, CFM, State NFIP Coordinator, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

SOMA-2 FINAL SUMMARY OF MAP ACTIONS
Tagged Interests: administrator

Community: CHARLESTON COUNTY Community No: 455413

To assist your community in maintaining the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM), we have summarized below the effects of the enclosed revised FIRM panels(s) on previously issued Letter of Map Change (LOMC) actions (i.e., Letters of Map Revision (LOMRs), Letter of Map Revision based on Fill (LOMR-Fs), and Letters of Map Amendment (LOMAs)) that will be affected when the revised FIRM becomes effective on January 29, 2021.
Tagged Interests: insurance and flooding

1.
LOMCs Incorporated

The modifications effected by the LOMCs listed below will be reflected on the revised FIRM. In addition, these LOMCs will remain in effect until the revised FIRM becomes effective. Date original Current LOMC Case No. Issued Project Identifier Panel Panel Church Creek Drainage Basin 45019C0480J 4501 9C0479K LOMR 11-04-0520P1 05/09/2012 4501 9C0483J 4501 9C0483K SPRING GROVE - MELLICHAMP 45019C0440J 45019C0440K LOMR 14-04-2513P 02/02/2015 BRANCH AND UNNAMED TRIBUTARY I 45019C0445J 45019C0445K TO MELLICHAMP BRANCH 45019C0605J 45019C0605K 45019C0610J 45019C0610K

Tagged Interests: economic development, church, and stormwater

SPRING GROVE-BRIDGE CARDIN 45019C0440J 45019C0440K LOMR 14-04-2514P 02/02/2015 CREEK, UNNAMED TRIBUTARY 4 TO 45019C0445J 45019C0445K

BRIDGE CARDIN CREEK AND MIDDLE BRANCH 'The coastal portion of this LOMR has been superseded by the new coastal analyses developed for this Flood Insurance study
Tagged Interests: bridge, insurance, and flooding

2.
LOMCs Not Incorporated

The modifications effected by the LOMCs listed below will not be reflected on the revised FIRM panels or will not be reflected on the revised FIRM panels because of scale limitations or because the LOMC issued had determined that the lot(s) or structure(s) involved were outside the Special Flood Hazard Area, as shown on the FIRM. These LOMCs will remain in effect until the revised FIRM becomes effective. These LOMCs will be revalidated free of charge I day after the revised FIRM becomes effective through a single revalidation letter that reaffirms the validity of the previous LOMCs. Page 1 of 12 SOMA-2 FINAL SUMMARY OF MAPACTIONS

Tagged Interests: flooding

Community: CHARLESTON COUNTY Community No: 455413

2A. LOMCs on Revised Panels

Date original Current LOMC Case No. Issued Project Identifier Panel Panel
Tagged Interests: economic development

SHAFTESBURY SUBDIV, BLOCK A.

LOMA 05-04-0335A 12/20/2004 LOT 6-- 864 EAST ESTATES 45019C0491J 45019C0491K BOULEVARD JOHNS ISLAND, LOT X -- 3365 LOMA 05-04-1399A 02/11/2005 VICTORIA BROOKE LANE 45019C0660J 45019C0658K 8126 MANSE ROAD LOMA 05-04-2143A 04/01/2005 45019C0760J 45019C0760K 4042 DAVIDSON ROAD (PN: FOREST LAKES SUBDIV, BLOCK C, LOMA 05-04-2313A 04/14/2005 LOT 26-- 2250 FOREST LAKE BLVD 4501 9C0483J 4501900483K

Tagged Interests: road and streets

LYNWOOD SUBDIV, SECTION 3,

LOMA 05-04-2465A 04/14/2005 BLOCK H, LOT 16-- 1493 KENTWOOD 45019C0677J 4501900677K

CIRCLE LAUREL HILL PLANTATION, LOT C OF LOMA 05-04-2931A 05/26/2005 LOT 54 -- 1555 JOE ROUSE ROAD 4501900345J 45019C0345K LONG BRANCH ON THE CREEK,

Tagged Interests: road and streets

LOMA 05-04-3212A 06/13/2005 BLOCK R, LOT 49-- 2510 LONG 45019C0491 J 4501900491K

BRANCH DRIVE

MELROSE SUBDIV, BLOCK 0, LOT 24

LOMA 05-04-2826A 06/23/2005 --807 TRENT STREET 45019C0491J 45019C0491K JOHNS ISLAND, TRACT A-I --3351 LOMA 05-04-3499A 07/01/2005 VICTORIA BROOKE LANE 45019C0660J 45019C0658K JAMESTOWN ESTATES, BLOCK A, LOT LAKESHORE SUBDIV PHASE III, LOT 53 LOMA 05-04-5136A 10/25/2005 --1416 WATERSIDE COURT 4501900529J 4501900529K PARADISE ACRES, BLOCK A, LOTS -- LOMA 06-04-0277A 11/18/2005 2242 PARSONAGE ROAD 45019C0483J 45019C0483K
Tagged Interests: road, legal, streets, and court

WHIPPOORWILL FARM SUBDIV, TRACT

ROAD LOT B --2980 HUT ROAD (PN: LOMA 06-04-13299A 02/01/2006 3180000060) 4501900660J 45019C0659K

Tagged Interests: road, streets, and agriculture

PIERPONT SUBDIV, SECTION 1, LOT I

LOMA 06-04-13348A 03/02/2006 OF LOT 64-- 1677 1683 PIERPONT 4501900483J 4501900483K AVENUE Page 2of12 SOMA-2 FINAL SUMMARY OF MAPACTIONS

Community: CHARLESTON COUNTY Community No: 455413

Date Original Current LOMC Case No. Issued Project Identifier Panel Panel CLEAR VIEW II SUBDIV, BLOCK TA,
Tagged Interests: economic development

LOMA 06-04-BBI 6A 05118/2006 LOT 13-- 661 STERLING DRIVE 45019C0681 J 45019C0681 K

No additional detail provided

BUR CLARE SUBDIV, LOT 6-- 1520

LOMA 06-04-BJ61A 05/31/2006 BUR GLARE DRIVE 45019C0679J 45019C0679K DUCKPOND ESTATES, LOT 7-- ROAST LOMA 07-04-2070A 04/10/2007 DUCK LANE 45019C0670J 45019C0666K WAPPOO HALL, BLOCK C, LOT 26-- LOMA 07-04-5488A 09/04/2007 2173 WAPPOO HALL ROAD 4501900513J 45019C0513K LOMA 08-04-1017A 03/13/2008 PARKERS FERRY ROAD 45019C0410J 45019C0410K TRACT E-1 1, PN: 258-00-00-051 -- LOMA 08-04-2826A 05/22/2008 2625 PRESERVE ROAD 45019C0665J 45019C0665K

Tagged Interests: road, streets, Public Transit, ferry, and FERRY

WHIPPOORWILL FARM SUBDIVISION,

LOMA 08-04-3326A 05/22/2008 TRACT 5-- 5206 WHIPPOORWILL 45019C0635J 45019C0635K LANE

Tagged Interests: agriculture and subdivision

Lot 19 -3489 Plow Ground Road

LOMA 08-04-4083A 06/11/2008 45019C0655J 45019C0655K
Tagged Interests: road and streets

Lot 21 -3481 Plow Ground Road

LOMA 08-04-4084A 06/13/2008 45019C0655J 45019C0655K BROOKLAND, LOT 6B --8615
Tagged Interests: road and streets

LOMA 08-04-3881A 06/26/2008 RACCOON ISLAND ROAD 45019C0755J 45019C0755K

FARMINGTON, SECTION II, BLOCKA,
Tagged Interests: road and streets

LOMA 08-04-5211 A 08/26/2008 LOT 22--1248 HONEYSUCKLE LANE 45019C0677J 45019C0677K

CLEARVIEW, BLOCK B, LOT 15--671 LOMA 08-04-5212A 08/26/2008 CLEARVIEW DRIVE 45019C0681J 45019C0681K CLEARVIEW SUBDIV, BLOCK C, LOT

CLEAR VIEW SUBDIV, BLOCK B, LOT

ALSTON POINT, BLOCK A, LOT 2A1 -- LOMA 08-04-6175A 09/18/2008 748 DARRELL CREEK TRAIL 45019C0345J 45019C0345K MELROSE, BLOCK D, LOT 18-- 2437

Tagged Interests: trails

LOMA 09-04-0136A 10/28/2008 TRENT STREET 4501 9C0491 J 45019C0491 K

LOMA 09-04-0577A 11/25/2008 2932 BOHICKET ROAD 4501 9C0665J 45019C0665K Page 3 of 12 SOMA-2 FINAL SUMMARY OF MAPACTIONS
Tagged Interests: road and streets

Community: CHARLESTON COUNTY Community No: 455413

Date Original Current LOMC Case No. Issued Project Identifier Panel Panel Lot D-3, Bugsby Plantation Subdivision AVONDALE SUBDIV, LOT 11 --764
Tagged Interests: economic development and subdivision

LOMA 09-04-1053A 12/18/2008 SAINT ANDREWS BOULEVARD 45019C051 1 J 45019C051 1K

Tagged Interests: streets

PN: 3610200010 ST. ANDREWS

LOMA 09-04-2149A 02/10/2009 PARISH, LOT C--1851 RICHMOND 45019C0491J 4501900491K STREET RIVERLAND TERRACE, BLOCK G, LOT LIVE OAK PLANTATION, TRACT A-i -- LOMA 09-04-3612A 04/23/2009 4195 LIVE OAK AVENUE 45019C0470J 4501900470K

Tagged Interests: streets

PN: 280-00-00-096 --1141 MICHELLE

LOMA 09-04-7377A 10/01/2009 LANE 45019C0655J 4501900655K ANGLERS POND JOHNS ISLAND, LOT LOT --4195 BETSY KERRISON LOMA 10-04-0453A 12/11/2009 PARKWAY 45019C0645J 45019C0645K 45019C0785J 45019C0785K

LAWTON BLUFF SUBD., BLOCK E, LOT

LOMA 10-04-0922A 12/31/2009 7--674 GREGG DRIVE 4501900677J 45019C0677K PN: 278-00-00-003, LOT 1 --2380 LOMA 10-04-1908A 01/12/2010 SHADY MOSS LANE 4501900660J 45019C0658K

EDGEWATER PARK SUBD., LOT 76--

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: parks

LOMA 10-04-1376A 02/11/2010 1352 SOUTH EDGEWATER PARK DRIVE 4501900494J 45019C0494K

45019C0513J 4501900513K
Tagged Interests: parks

PN: 221-00-00-030 --4908 CHISOLM

LOMA 10-04-2706A 02/19/2010 ROAD 4501900635J 45019C0635K LOMA 10-04-5189A 05/25/2010 MURRAYWOOD ROAD 45019C0493J 4501900493K FOXFIRE FARMS, BLOCK H, PARCEL 2

Tagged Interests: road, streets, agriculture, and property

GEDDES HALL SUBDIVISION, BLOCK

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: subdivision

LOMA 10-04-7617A 08/26/2010 0, LOT 4 -- 443 GEDDES AVENUE 4501900492J 45019C0492K

PN:5610000015-- 1420 PAGE TREE LOMA 10-04-7980A 10/05/2010 LANE 45019C0529J 45019C0529K PONDEROSA, BLOCK T, L0124--711 LOMA 11-04-3658A 04/21/2011 CORRAL DRIVE 45019C0487J 4501900487K GLENWOOD SUBDIVISION, LOT 9--
Tagged Interests: subdivision and trees

LOMA 11-04-6399A 07/19/2011 3036 PLOWOROUND ROAD 45019C0660J 4501900658K

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Tagged Interests: road and streets

Community: CHARLESTON COUNTY Community No: 455413

Date Original Current LOMC Case No. Issued Project identifier Panel Pane
Tagged Interests: economic development

LAWION BLUFFS SUBDIVISION,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: subdivision

LOMA 11-04-7267X 08/11/2011 PARCEL A, LOT 148 -- 683 FORT 45019C0677J 45019C0677K

SUMTER DRIVE LOG BRIDGE LANDING, LOT 10 --4445 LOMA 11-04-6428A 08/18/2011 FRANCIS YONGE WAY 4501 9C0470J 45019C0470K

Tagged Interests: bridge and property

6580000016 --- 1900 IRON SWAMP

OMA I

PN: 11-04-6415A 09/15/2011 ROAD 45019C0170J 45019C0170K

J STUART LEVI, LOT 7 - 1695 LOMA 12-04-1419A 01/10/2012 SUMMER MARSH LANE 45019C0640J 45019C0640K LOMA 12-04-2136A 02102/2012 WALDON JONES ROAD 4501 9C0655J 45019C0655K FOREST LAKES, BLOCK L, LOT 10--- LOMA 12-04-2284A 02/21/2012 1791 GUN CLUB ROAD 45019C0483J 45019C0483K THE HAMLET, LOTS 3 AND 4A --4264 LOMA 12-04-3022A 03/22/2012 CLOUDMONT DRIVE 45019C0470J 45019C0470K FARMINGTON SUBDIVISION, SECTION LOMA 12-04-6399A 08/14/2012 II, BLOCK A, LOT 12--- 1268 45019C0677J 45019C0677K HONEYSUCKLE LANE Lot 19, Bur-Clare Subdivision -1519 LOMA 13-04-6470A 07/23/2013 Bur Clare Drive 45019C0879J 45019C0679K PN: 120-00-00-050-- LOT 2A -- BING LOMA 13-04-5205A 08/01/2013 HILL ROAD 45019C0440J 45019C0440K

Tagged Interests: gun control, road, streets, subdivision, and Gun Control

GEDDES HALL SUBDIVISION, LOT

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: subdivision

MACLAURA HALL SUBDIVISION,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: subdivision

LOMA 13-04-7272A 09/24/2013 BLOCK B, LOT 10-- 3182 HAGERTY 45019C0477J 45019C0477K

DRIVE (TMS: 664-00-00-013) --6471 COME LOMA 14-04-0257A 11/14/2013 ABOUT WAY 45019C0360J 45019C0360K

PN: 086-00-00-022 --7311 JENKINS

LOMA 14-04-1234A 01/07/2014 HILL ROAD 45019C0760J 45019C0760K HOPE PLANTATION, LOT 67-- 3215 LOMA 14-04-1326A 01/07/2014 WAVERLY LANE 45019C0785J 45019C0785K WOODLAND SHORES, LOTS 89, 91 LOMA 14-04-1463A 01/07/2014 93 -- 349 WOODLAND SHORES ROAD 45019C0513J 45019C0513K PONDEROSA SUBDIVISION, BLOCK 0, LOMA 14-04-2205A 01/23/2014 LOT 2 --763 HOSS ROAD 45019C0487J 45019C0487K Page 5 o 12 SOMA-2 FINAL SUMMARY OF MAP ACTIONS

Tagged Interests: road, streets, and subdivision

Community: CHARLESTON COUNTY Community No: 455413

Date Original Current LOMC Case No. Issued Project Identifier Panel Panel LOTA -- 6644 BEARS BLUFF ROAD LOMA 14-04-1664A 02/18/2014 45019C0640J 45019C0640K Lot Tract 3, Woodville Subdivision - LOMA 14-04-3379A 02/18/2014 4669 Causoy Pond Road 45019C0365J 45019C0365K WEST ASHLEY PLANTATION, BLOCK LOMA 14-04-3012A 03/20/2014 N, LOT 16 --1026 WEDGEFIELD ROAD 45019C0484J 45019C0484K LOTG -- 1077 BEN ROAD LOMA 14-04-3694A 04/01/2014 4501 9C0677J 45019C0677K WEST ASHLEY PLANTATION, BLOCK LOMA 14-04-3791A 04/08/2014 N, LOT 15-- 1630 WEDGEFIELD ROAD 4501900484J 45019C0484K
Tagged Interests: road, economic development, streets, and subdivision

PN: 270-00-00-010-- 3238

LOMA 14-04-4422A 05/08/2014 PLOWGROUND ROAD 45019C0660J 45019C0658K

Tagged Interests: road and streets

CHISOLM GREEN SUBDIVISION, BLOCK

LOMA 14-04-5182A 06/05/2014 A,LOT 19 -- 5550 STONOVIEW DRIVE 45019C0635J 45019C0635K TURKEY HILL TRACT, LOT A-- 3566 LOMA 14-04-6768A 07/10/2014 DOCTOR WHALEY DRIVE 45019C0488J 45019C0488K EDENVALE FARMS, TRACT E-12 -- LOMA 14-04-8021A 08/14/2014 3048 BLACK SWAMP ROAD 45019C0665J 45019C0665K OL- (PN: 156-00-00-017) PORTIONS OF LOMA 14-04-8353A 09/04/2014 LOT LEADENWAH RANCH---6204 45019C0640J 45019C0640K ROCKEFELLER RD RANCH RD WALLACE SUBDIVISION, BLOCK A, LOMA 14-04-8638A 09/0212014 LOT 2-- 1017 WALLACE LANE 45019C0492J 45019C0492K

Tagged Interests: road, streets, agriculture, and subdivision

Lot 22, Block L, Forest Lakes

LOMA 14-04-3218A 09/08/2014 Subdivision -1708 Sulgrave Road 45019C0483J 45019C0483K WOODLAND SHORES, LOT 2-- 2012
Tagged Interests: road, streets, and subdivision

LOMA 14-04-8487A 09/16/2014 MINOTT STREET (PREVIOUSLY 502 4501900513J 45019C0513K

MINOTT STREET) GIFT PLANTATION, PHASE II, LOT 65-- LOMA 14-04-A542A 11/04/2014 39IO EGRET POND COURT 45019C0488J 45019C0488K
Tagged Interests: legal, streets, and court

PN:0400000019 --- 9348 WILLTOWN

LOMA 15-04-0182A 11/20/2014 ROAD 45019C0595J 45019C0595K

Tagged Interests: road and streets

ROYAL PALMS HOLDINGS, TRACTS A,

LOMR-F 14-04-AB54A 12/11/2014 B,C DINGLE RD (PN: 578-00-00--559, 45019C0535J 45019C0535K

- 162, -595 , - 596)

DUCKPOND ESTATES, TRACT A, LOT 5 LOMA 15-04-3105X 01/20/2015 --ROAST DUCK LANE 45019C0670J 45019C0666K

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Community: CHARLESTON COUNTY Community No: 455413

Date Original Current LOMC Case No. Issued Project Identifier Panel Panel TRACTS B-I 0-2-- 1018, 1020 LOMA 15-04-3352A 04/13/2015 BROWNSWOOD ROAD 45019C0489J 45019C0489K FOREST LAKES, BLOCK L, LOT 21 -- LOMA 15-04-4724A 04/24/2015 1712 SULGRAVE ROAD 45019C0483J 45019C0483K GREENACRES SUBDIVISION, LOT 32-- LOMA 15-04-4990A 04/22/2015 433 BUCKNER STREET 45019C0513J 45019C0513K
Tagged Interests: road, economic development, streets, and subdivision

LAWJON BLUFF, SECTION 2, BLOCK E,

LOMA 15-04-5156A 06/01/2015 LOT -- 1039 FORT SUMTER DRIVE 45019C0677J 45019C0677K

PEPPER PLANTATION SUBDIVISION,

LOMA 15-04-6755A 06/19/2015 LOT 12-- 1472 OLD ROSEBUD TRAIL 4501 9C0365 45019C0365K

Tagged Interests: subdivision and trails

WHIPPOORWILL FARM SUBDIVISION,

LOMA 15-04-8020A 08/05/2015 TRACT 18-- 1329 45019C0635J 45019C0635K WHIPPOORWILL FARM ROAD LOT 2-- 2236 LEADEN WAH DRIVE LOMA 15-04-7063A 08/25/2015 45019C0640J 45019C0640K

Tagged Interests: road, streets, agriculture, and subdivision

8121 BING HILL ROAD

LOMA 15-04-8635A 09/18/2015 45019C0440J 45019C0440K LOT 5A --3007 HOLLINGTON ROAD LOMA 15-04-8848A 09/25/2015 EXTENSION 45019C0655J 45019C0655K
Tagged Interests: road and streets

CHEROKEE HALL, LOTS 109 AND 110

LOMA 15-04-9612A 10/09/2015 --2337 SAVANNAH HIGHWAY 45019C0491J 45019C0491K
Tagged Interests: highway

Lot 10, Block B, Alston Point

LOMA 16-04-0063A 10/13/2015 Subdivision - 535 Flannery Place 4501 9C0345J 45019C0345K

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: subdivision

MARSHALL CREEK SUBDIVISION, LOT

MELROSE, BLOCK G, LOT 9-- 831 LOMA 16-04-6861A 09/28/2016 MELROSE DRIVE 45019C0491J 45019C0491K 2359 READEN ROAD LOMA 16-04-7924A 09/28/2016 45019C0660J 45019C0658K STILES POINT SUBDIVISION, PART 2, LOMA 17-04-1660A 01/2012017 4TH PORTION, BLOCK A, LOT 7-- 727 4501 9C0681 J 45019C0681 K WATERLOO STREET BULOW PLANTATION, LOT 14 -- 915 LOMA 17-04-4663A 05/12/2017 HUGHES ROAD 4501 9C0460 45019C0460K 45019C0470J 45019C0470K LIVE OAK TERRACE, LOT 11 --1439 LOMA 17-04-5765A 07/12/2017 CECILIA DRIVE 45019C0484J 45019C0484K Page 70f12 SOMA-2 FINAL SUMMARY OF MAPACTIONS

Tagged Interests: road, streets, and subdivision

Community: CHARLESTON COUNTY Community No: 455413

Date Original Current LOMC Case No. Issued Project Identifier Panel Panel HOPE PLANTATION, PHASE V, LOT 2 E LOMA 17-04-6378A 08/09/2017 --3250 JOHNSTOWNE STREET 45019C0785J 45019C0785K WOODLAND SHORES, LOTS 88-- 340 LOMA 18-04-1007A 12/20/2017 WOODLAND SHORES ROAD 45019C0513J 45019C0513K (Verified) CAROLINA BAY PHASE 21A, LOMA 17-04-7638A 01/03/2018 LOT 126 --2819 CONSERVANCY LANE 45019C0487J 45019C0487K HOPE PLANTATION, PHASE V. LOT 2E LOMA 18-04-0984A 01/17/2018 --3250 JOHNSTOWNE STREET 45019C0785J 45019C0785K (GARAGE) 8950 WEEKS ROAD LOMA 18-04-1400A 01/17/2018 45019C0410J 45019C0410K NUTHATCH BUGBY, PARCEL 4-- 4507 LOMA 18-04-4066A 05/10/2018 MAYBANK HIGHWAY 45019C0665J 45019C0665K EASI1NOOD, LOT 100-A --668 LOMA 18-04-4569A 06/04/2018 STERLING DRIVE 45019C0681J 45019C0681K WAPPOO HALL, BLOCK C, LOT 25-- LOMA 18-04-5798A 08/01/2018 2181 WAPPOO HALL ROAD 45019C0513J 45019C0513K BULOW PLANTATION, TRACT E -- 1185 LOMA 18-04-6016A 08/14/2018 HUGHES ROAD 45019C0460J 4501 9C0460
Tagged Interests: highway, road, economic development, streets, and property

2129 BRIGGER HILL ROAD

LOMA 19-04-4665A 06/26/2019 45019C0780J 45019C0780K
Tagged Interests: road and streets

CASSINA POINT PLANTATION, TRACT

LOMR-F 19-04-4933A 07/11/2019 Al, LOT I -- 1665 CLARK ROAD 45019C0760J 45019C0760K EXTENSION

Tagged Interests: road and streets

(VERIFIED) WATERLOO ESTATES, LOT