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Aberdeen Town Board Regular Meeting November 26, 2018 – Meeting Highlights

- Approved Consent Agenda which included Minutes of Regular Board Meeting on October 22, 2018 and Work Session on November 13, 2018.

- Mayor Farrell presented a proclamation to Georgia Pegram Hinton in recognition of her 100th birthday, and also named December 1, 2018 as Georgia Pegram Hinton Day in Aberdeen, North Carolina.

- Manager Sabiston and Mayor Farrell presented certificates and a small gift to each of the Citizens Academy Program participants. The 2018 Citizens Academy Program participants were Teressa Beavers, Roger Bone, Lauren Norman, Melanie Norman, Adriana Janker, Marian Murphy, Patricia McDermott, Vanessa McNeill, Bethania Robinson, and Jennifer Ziegler.

- Approved a motion to authorize the Town Attorney’s office to send a notice to the property owner(s) of a portion of land described in Deed Book 4785, Page 80, Moore County Registry, informing the owner(s) that the Town intends to condemn the property interest under G.S. 40A-40 for a 20’ wide permanent sewer easement with a 10’ temporary easement to be utilized during construction of a proposed sewer line, all valued at $7,217, and to file an action for such condemnation.

- A Public Hearing is scheduled for December 10, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. for UDO Text Amendment #18-14 and an Amendment to the Code of Ordinances for Various Sections of the UDO to include the addition of the Downtown Aberdeen Advisory Board and incorporate changes to the Open Space, Streets and Utility Sections.

- Due to the increased fee with the contractor that Moore County uses for recyclables, the Town would experience a rate increase from $25 to $100 per ton for recyclables to be picked up beginning December 1, 2018. After some discussion, the Board members agreed to educate residents about removing glass from recyclables to be picked up by the Town to decrease the tonnage cost, and residents can instead take the glass to be recycled to the Moore County Landfill on Highway 5. Glass will no longer be picked up by the Town in recyclables effective January 1, 2018.

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