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Minutes - BOCC M I I� UTES GRANT COUNTY B�ARD OF COMMISSIONERS ` ------MONDAY�JllLY 27:2015- -- - ----- - - --- - - -- - -- -- - The Grant County Commissioners session began at 8:30 a.m. with all Commissioners in attendance. 8:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. Elected Official Roundtable Meeting 9:00 a.m.-9:20 a.m. J Strickler,ASC Update and Misc BOCC Action _ __ - A motion_was made by Commissioner Cartee,-seconded-by Commissioner-Swartz,-to approve-items 1- - - = through 6, 11 and 12 on the ASC Agenda as presented. Items 7 through 10 were not ready for signature. The motion passed unanimously. 1. Possible vouchers for Interfund Communications, insurance, legal services,grant administration, , etc. (,4pproved) 2. Amendment B to Washington State Military Department Contract#E15-046 with Grant County, which funds E911 wireline and wireless (for MACC Dispatch), The amendment is for an overall contract increase of$111,212.00 for E911 equipment modernization and amends the Contract's Budget Sheet (Attachment C). (Approved) 3. BOCC Resolution No. 15-054-CC in Re; Strategic Infrastructure Committee Recommendation for Funding on Strategic Infrastructure Program (SIP) numbers 2015-03, City of Wilson Creek,2015 Water Tower Repair for a $62,000 grant and 2015-04,City of Royal City, Camelia Street NW ', WaterSystem for a $225,000 grant. (Approved) 4. Washington State Department of Social and Health Services County Program Agreement No. , 1563-44724, DDA County Services, between Grant County, by and through Grant Integrated Services' Developmental Disabilities department, pursuant to RCW 71A,14 for the provision of a coordinated and comprehensive state and local program of services for persons with developmental disabilities. Funding is in the amount of$608,726.00 with a term of July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. (Approved) 5. Washington State Department of Commerce Grant No, 16-31310-165 with Grant County, by and through Grant Integrated Services' New Hope Domestic Violence &Sexual Assault Services,for Core and Specialized Sexual Assault Services SFY 2016. Funding is in the amount of$234,897.00 with a term of July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, (Approved) 6. Washington State Military Department Contract E16-005 with Grant County, by and between its department of Emergency Management,with funding in the amount of$28,600 through the Washington State Military Department and the Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council. Term is anticipated to be July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. Accompanying this agreement is an updated Signature Authorization form. (Approved) , 7. Anticipating: Working Agreement by and between Grant County and Grant County Public I Employees Association Public Works Unit,January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015. (Not ready ( for signature) '� 8. Anticipating: Working Agreement by and between Grant Coun�ty and Grant County Public � Employees Association Youth Services Unit,January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015. (Not ready 'I for signature) � I � I i I i Page 2 of 5 ', Grant County Commissioners Minutes Week of July 27, 2015 9. Anticipating: Working Agreement by and between Grant County and Grant County Public h Employees Association Courthouse Unit,January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015. (Not ready for '� signature) � _ 10, Anticipating: Subrecipient Agreement for CDBG Public Services between Grant County and the _ _ OIC (Opportunities Industrialization Center) of Washington for public services funded by the Washington State Department of Commerce's Community Development Blocl<Grant (CDBG) Program. Pass-through funding occurs through Commerce Agreement#14-65400-005 in the � amount of$125,397.00, Term is July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. (Not ready for signature) �� 11, Amendment B to Washington State Military Department Grant Agreement No. E15-001 with ; Grant County, by and through its Department of Emergency Management. The amendment replaces the original Budget Sheet, Exhibit D,with a Revised Budget Sheet and results in no � change to the contract's dollar amount. (Approved) ; 12. Amendment B-tb Washington State Military Deparfinenf Grant AgreemenfNo. E14-150 with i Grant County, by and through its Department of Emergency Management, The amendment � increases the grant total by$9,065 and replaces the previous Budget Sheet, Exhibit E. � (Approved) � 10:00 a.m. —10:20 a.m, Commissioners Office Safety Meeting 'I � 10:30 a.m. —10:45 a.m, Citizen Public Comment Period (No public in attendance) �I 11:00 a.m.— 11:50 a.m. Budget and Finance Update � 2:00 p.m.—2:50 p.m. I< Eslinger, Human Resources Update i I Items discussed were: Clinical Director Search Committee; Potential Jury Duty; � Recommendations for Legal Secretary III promotion to IV and Witness Facilitator Rebanding; ! Labor relations with the Association, Corrections, and Deputy Mediation; Uvalle Mediation ;I (TBD); On Call Pay for Fire Marshall Duties; Comp Discussion re: BOCC Direct Reports; and � Remaining Step Increase Decisions. � i i 3:00 p.m.—3:50 p.m. J Smith, Grant County Economic Development Council discussion on Gunpo City, I<orea visit '; I �i � i MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS � I The Commissioners approved and signed the Grant County Payroll Authorization form for the July 24, ' 2015 payroll. ' i The Commissioners approved and signed the Grant Public Worl<s County Payroll Salary Fund for the July 24, 2015 payroll. i � � � i i ° Page 3 of 5 Grant County Commissioners Minutes Week of July 27, 2015 ; ' TUESDAY,JULY 28, 2015 The session was continued at 11:00 a.m.with all Commissioners in attendance. - - - -- - - --- — -- - , 10:00 a.m.-10:20 a.m. T Gaines, Central Services Update (Cancelled) 11;00 a.m, -11:20 a.m. W Swanson,Juvenile Court and Youth Services Update 1:30 p,m.-2:20 p,m. J Tincher, Public Works Update E , A motion was made by Commissioner Swartz, seconded by Commissioner Carter, to approve item 2 on the Public Works Agenda as presented. Item 1 was not ready for signature. The motion passed - - - - - unanimously. 1. Authorization to Call for Bids: Valley Road and Airway Dr. Grind/Inlay Project with a bid opening date of August 25, 2015 at 1:30 pm. (Not ready for signature) 2. Recommendation of approval regarding a request from the Wilson Creek School District to , purchase Grant County vehicle#005, a 2005 Ford Taurus, for the amount of$2,500.00. (Approved) 2:30 p.m.-2:50 p.m. G Dano, Prosecuting Attorney's Office Update Items discussed were: Composting,Jail Population,Gun Club, Public Salaries per Statutes, and Jim Mitchell and Jeff Tincher-Fairgrounds Tour. I 3:00 p.m. -3:15 p.m, Consent Agenda (Items 1 through 6) � A motion was made by Commissioner Swartz, seconded by Commissioner Carter,to approve items 1 through 6 on the Consent Agenda as presented. The motion passed unanimously. COMMISSIONERS OFFICE 1. Commissioner's Office and Public Defense Vouchers. (Approved) 2. Commissfoners June 29, and July 6 and 13, 2015 Minutes for approval. (Approved) 3. Resolution No. 15-055-CC in the matter of calling for a special election regarding annexation of the City of Soap Lake into Grant County Fire Protection District No. 7. (Approved) 4. New marijuana license applications from the Washington State Liquor Cantrol Board for the following: a. AMENDED Change of Corporate Officers/Stockholders application: Greencrest Gardens (BT Northwest LLC: Gary and I<aren Chekan, and Eril<Ambrose added) 9777 F Rd NW, Ste � B, Ephrata, WA 98823 (Producer Tier 3 and Processor); (Approved) i; b. Chopper's Products (Vincent and I<aysee Stimac, and Jon Wood) 11670 State Route 28 � W, Ste A, Quincy, WA 98848 (ProducerTier 1 and Processor); (Approved) i c. Green Grocers (J and J International LP:James Johnson and Steve Connors) 9404 Rd C SE, Othello,WA 99344 (Producer Tier 2); (Approved) and I i i i � �I i Page 4 of 5 Grant Counfiy Commissioners Minutes ' Week of July 27, 2015 d. Green Dog Farms (Bohemian Enterprises Inc.: Michael Hansen and Jeffrey Shdo) 6884 Bacon Lane,#C, Moses Lake, WA 98837 (Processor). (Approved) � 5. Budget extension request from the Administrative Services Coordinator from the Department of Commerce Consolidated Homeless Grant No. 14-46108-010 Amendment D, in the amount of - -- — - - -- - - - - - - - - - -- -- --- - 112,947.00 for Housing and Essential Needs. (Approved,the public hearing was scheduled for August 24, 2015 at 1:30 p.m.) ' 6. Budget extension request from the Administrative Services Coordinator for the Economic , Enhancement Strategic Infrastructure Program fund, for the following projects: (Approved,the , public hearing was scheduled for August 24, 2015 at 1:30 p.m.) � a. SIP#2015-03 City of Wilson Creek in the amount of$62,000.00 (grant) b. SIP#2015-04 City of Royal City in the amount of$225,000.00 (grant) WEDNESDAY,JULY 29,2015 11:30 a.m.— 1:30 a.m. C Carter at Grant Integrated Services—Initial Meeting of the Search Committee for a Clinical Director(GrIS, Moses Lal<e Office) MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS As of this date,the Board, by a majority vote, does approve for payment those vouchers certified by the �, auditing officer as required by RCW 42.24.080, and those expense reimbursement claims certified by the ' auditing officer as required by RCW 42.24.090, in the amounts of$1,172,943.18,$17,535.97, $255.82, � $816,398.05, $185,006.33, and $137.84, as recorded on a listing and made available to the Board. ! '; � THURSDAY,JULY 30, 2015 �� I 10:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. BOARD OF EQUALIZATION ANNUAL MEETING � I I 11:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m. R Stevens, Finance Committee Meeting ii 6:30 p.m,—8:30 p.m. R Stevens at Grant County Sheriff's Office—Larson Community Meeting (GCSO Larson Substation) ; � i � � �� ,� Page 5 of 5 Grant County Commissioners Minutes Week of July 27, 2015 FRIDAY,JULY 31, 20�5 11:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m. R Stevens at Eastern Washington Council of Gnvernments Meeting— EWCOG (Davenport) MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS , The Commissioners approved an emergency purchase request from the Department of Central Services ', and Technology Services for a Barracuda Message Archive Virtual Appliance from CDW-G in the approximate amount of$32,400.00.The current email server has become unreliable and needs to be I replaced as soon as possible. Signed this�day of . , 2015. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Gra unty,Washin on 'I i p �. �h rd teven ,l;Ch r y I � V �� � 'i Cindy Carf r, Vice-Chair . �I �est: / i Carolann Swartz, Member Ba bara J. Vasq z, C erk of the Board ; i I i �� i I ; � ' i � �� ;i i