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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS <br /> <br /> MINUTES <br /> <br /> June 25, 2004 <br /> <br />Supervisors in Attendance= <br /> <br />Mr. Kelly E. Miller, Chairman <br />Mr. Edward B. Barber, Vice Chrm. <br />Mrs. Renny B. Humphrey <br />Mr. R. M. "Dickie" King, Jr. <br />Mr. Arthur S. Warren <br /> <br />Mr. Lane B. Ramsey <br />County Administrator <br /> <br />Staff in Attendance= <br /> <br />Mr. Craig Bryant, Dir., <br /> Utilities <br />Ms. Marilyn Cole, Asst. <br /> County Administrator <br />Ms. Mary Ann Curtin <br /> Dir., Intergovtl. <br /> Relations <br />Ms. Rebecca Dickson, <br /> Dir., Budget and <br /> Management <br />Ms. Lisa Elko, CMC <br /> Clerk <br />Mr. Bradford Hammer, <br /> Deputy Co. Admin., <br /> Human Services <br />Mr. John McCracken, Dir., <br /> Transportation <br />Mr. Steven L. Micas, <br /> County Attorney <br />Ms. Chris Ruth, Asst. <br /> Dir., Public Affairs <br />Mr. James Stegmaier, <br /> Deputy Co. Admin., <br /> Management Services <br />Mr. M. D. Stith, Jr., <br /> Deputy Co Admin., <br />Community Development <br />Mr. Kirkland A. Turner, <br /> Dir. of Planning <br /> <br />Lunch was served at 12:00 p.m. prior to the meeting. <br /> <br />Mr. Miller called the adjourned meeting to order at 1:00 <br />p.m. He welcomed everyone to the extended work session on <br />behalf of the Board of Supervisors. <br /> <br />Ms. Barbara Hulbert, facilitator for the work session, <br />stated her role will allow Mr. Miller to participate in the <br />discussion without having to focus on procedural issues. <br />She further stated the work session is for discussion among <br />the Board members and is not intended for public comment. <br /> <br />Mr. Ramsey highlighted growth management accomplishments in <br />the county, including completion of 17 Comprehensive Plan <br />amendments; establishment of a Rural Conservation Area; <br />designation of areas for growth; substantial management of <br />growth through the water and sewer extension policy; and <br />adoption of stringent septic system and well requirements. <br />He noted 60 percent of development in the county has occurred <br />in the in-fill areas in the past five years. He stated the <br />growth phasing report concluded that the current <br />Comprehensive Plan will accommodate double the residential <br /> <br />04-592 <br /> <br />06/25/04 <br /> <br /> <br />