Projects Committee Meeting
December 5, 2016
1. Report of the Projects Committee Chair -- John Shurley
2. Report of the HLC Chair -- Len Norman
3. Report of the Consulting Director -- Dan Morrill
5. Update on General Motors New Look Bus. Staff continues to investigate obtaining parts for the original air conditioning sytem for the bus. One option would be to install a new system. Ron Tober is contacting vendors to see if original parts can be found. Staff has submitted the draft of an agreement to CATS for storage and routine maintenance of the bus. No response has been forthcoming.
6. Consideration Of Marketing Strategies For The Delburg Mill House. 303 Delburg St., Davidson, N.C. Patrick Parente, contractor, has completed repairs. Eric Gamble will be the realtor. The sales price needs to be established.
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7. Update on the Phillips House and Morris Barn. 131 W. Charles St., Matthews, N.C. Brian Jenest and Staff met with citizens and officials of Matthews on November 17th. A session will be scheduled to present findings to the Matthews Town Board in preparation for securing rezoning of the property, if necessary.
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8. Discussion of Marketing Strategy for the Edward M. Rozzel Farm. 11647 Old Rozzelles Ferry Rd., Charlotte, N.C.
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County Park and Recreation Department officials will visit the property on December 8th to consider the possibility of the County's using the property as a model farm.
9. Update on the Torrence Lytle School. 302 Holbrooks Road, Huntersville, N.C. Negotiations continue with prospective buyers of the property. Evironmental cleanup and stabilization of the buildings will begin in the near future.
10. Update on the Morgan School. The Historic Landmarks Commission has submitted an offer to purchase the Morgan School. HLC Director and the HLC Chair have met with officials of CMS to discuss process.
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11. Old Business
12. New Business
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