Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Shoreline Development Committee Agenda

The next PRVWSD Board meeting is Thursday, March 17, 2016, at 9:30 a.m. at PRVWSD headquarters. The various committees of the PRVWSD Board meet earlier during the week.  Below is the substantial agenda for the Shoreline Development Committee.

Monday, March 14, 2016 3:30 p.m.

1. Discussion of Old Rice Road property proposed lease.

2. Adoption of 2015 International Building, International Mechanical, International Plumbing, International Property Maintenance, International Energy Conservation, International Swimming Pool & Spa, International Fuel & Gas Codes and the 2014 National Electrical Code (as amended).

3. Adoption of 2015 International Residential Code, with the exception of section p2904 of Chapter 29, Dwelling Unit Fire Sprinkler System as it relates to single family dwellings (as amended).

4. Approval of change to District Regulation Part 206, Chapter 1 Property Maintenance Regulation to reflect adoption of revised Code.

5. Approval of change to District Regulation Part 205, Chapter 1, Rule 1.1 pertaining to Electrical and Standard Codes/Construction and Occupancy Permits/Use of Architects and Engineers.

6. Approval of construction bid contract for Phase 2 of Pelahatchie Bay Dredging Project.

7. Report on Sunrise/Paradise Pointe seawall construction Project.

8. Consideration of approval of revised MOU with MDOT concerning the water taxi.

9. Approval of Project Closeout and Final Change Order for construction contract with Delta Constructors for 18” sewer line replacement at Spann Drive.

10. Discussion of purchase of board/conference tables and seating.

11. Discussion of Leigh Anne Leech’s marketing agreement for the District’s real estate parcels less than two acres.


Anonymous said...


it's been 2 YEARS they've been working on the "beach" at Pelehatchie Shore Park, and it's only made the park worse. We need to know who thought this was a good idea, and when they're ACTUALLY going to finish working on it, ie: give up. It went 6 months to 1 year to now 2 years in and NOTHING. Been on the Rez 20 years, and the level of accountability is at an all time low.

those crooks need to put off buying a conference table and actually work on THE REZ. Has anyone seen how many of the roads are literally falling apart? And these idiots are wasting money on projects they can't get right (psp beach) and projects that will never happen (harbor walk).... SHAME

Anonymous said...

For road maintenance it depends on which side of the Rez you are talking about, if it is on the Rankin side it maintenance belongs to the BOS and they overlayed several roads in the PRV this past year. You need to report road issues to them.
The harbor walk at last check is producing revenue (the developer is waiting on someone with $90 million to invest - perhaps it you).