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Town of Shallotte Board of Aldermen update
The monthly Town of Shallotte Board of Aldermen meeting will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, in Shallotte Council Chambers behind Town Hall at 106 Cheers Street.
Meetings are typically on the first Tuesday of each month, but due to elections the meeting date was changed.
The regular meeting agenda includes a public hearing discussing Ordinances No. 10-15 and No. 10-16. The Shallotte Board of Aldermen will vote to approve or deny the ordinances.
The consent agenda includes motions to approve the following: Oct. 5 regular meeting minutes, budget adjustments and the appointment of Marge Comer as an appearance committee member.
Items up for discussion during the meeting include: Ordinance No. 17, waste industries recycling contract, a status update on part F grant, a request for a water/sewer adjustment by Brunswick Bowling Center, a update on San Rio and the Cheers Street and Wall Street land acquisition.
Ordinance No. 10-15–An ordinance amending the Town of Shallotte Unified Development Ordinance to delete the table of regulations for conditional uses; create a section of supplemental use standards; update the regulation of travel trailer parks, RV parks and campgrounds to permit RV resort subdivisions; make minor adjustments to the Table of Uses; and update the regulations related to the construction of sidewalks.
Ordinance No. 10-1 –An ordinance amending the Town of Shallotte Unified Development Ordinance to update and clarify the procedure for modifying permits, plans and plats approved by the Planning Board or Board of Aldermen, including commercial site plans, master development plans, subdivision plats and conditional use permits. Ordinance No. 10-17–An ordinance creating, establishing and recognizing a code of ethics governing the Town Planning Board, the Board of Aldermen and all members of boards and committees serving or advising the Town; amending and adding to an ordinance adopting the Unified Development Ordinance and as may have been previously amended, also relating the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), Section 3 of the UDO and related matters; and, effective date.