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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2009 – REGULAR MEETING

9:00 a.m.    (Harris Hall Main Floor)

(estimated time)

 

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1. ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA

9:00 a.m.

 

#2. PUBLIC COMMENTS

9:05 a.m.

(Expected maximum time 30 minutes:  Speakers will be taken in the order in which they sign up and will be limited to 3-minutes per public comments.  If the number wishing to testify exceeds 10 speakers, then additional speakers may be allowed if the chair determines that time permits or may be taken at a later time.)

 

3. COMMISSIONERS' RESPONSE TO PUBLIC COMMENTS AND/OR OTHER ISSUES AND REMONSTRANCE (2 min. limit)

9:35 a.m.

 

4. EMERGENCY BUSINESS

9:45 a.m.

 

5. CONSENT CALENDAR

9:50 a.m.

 

(All items listed here are considered to be routine by the Board of Commissioners and will be enacted by one motion in the form listed below.  There will be no separate discussion of these items.  If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the Consent Calendar and will be considered separately.)

 

BEGINNING OF CONSENT CALENDAR * * * * (estimated 2 minutes)

 

A. Approval of Minutes

 

B.  Board of Commissioners

 

1) ORDER 09-10-20-1/In the Matter of Lane County Involvement in Marine Reserve Community Team for Cape Perpetua. (Commissioner Fleenor) View Material

 

C. Health and Human Services

 

1) ORDER 09-10-20-2/In the Matter of Awarding Contracts in the Department of Health & Human Services. (Rob Rockstroh, Director; Debbie Heeszel, Sr. Program Services Coordinator) View Material

 

2) ORDER 09-10-20-3/In the Matter of Adding a 1.0 FTE OA2 for the Environmental Health Program of the Public Health Division for FY 10 in Fund 286 of Health & Human Services. (Rob Rockstroh, Director; Collette Christian, Program Services Coordinator) View Material

 

3) ORDER 09-10-20-4/In the Matter of Appointing One Member and Reappointing Three Members to Fill Vacancies on the Mental Health Advisory/Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee. (Rob Rockstroh, Director; C.A. Baskerville, Prevention and Planning Supervisor) View Material

 

D. Management Services

 

1) ORDER 09-10-20-5/In the Matter of Extending the Due Date of a Capital Interfund Loan for the Charnelton Building. (David Suchart, Management Services Director; Kay Blackburn, Finance Manager) View Material

 

2) ORDER 09-10-20-6/In the Matter of Extending the Due Date of a Capital Interfund Loan for the Area Information Records System (AIRS). (David Suchart, Management Services Director; Kay Blackburn, Finance Manager) View Material

 

3) ORDER 09-10-20-7/In the Matter of Awarding a Three Year Contract to U.S. Bank for Banking and Merchant Card Services. (David Suchart, Management Services Director; Kay Blackburn, Finance Manager) View Material

4) ORDER 09-10-20-8/In the Matter of Awarding a Three Year Contract to Signature Graphics, Inc. for Election Processing Services in an Amount Not to Exceed $115,000. (David Suchart, Management Services Director; Kay Blackburn, Finance Manager) View Material

 

5) ORDER 09-10-20-9/In the Matter of Accepting a Proposal for LCP 2009-03 for Food and Vending Services and Awarding a Three Year Revenue Contract to Big Green Events. (David Suchart, Management Services Director; Kay Blackburn, Finance Services Manager) View Material

 

E. Public Works

 

1) ORDER 09-10-20-10/In the Matter of Amending Reuse Contract with Nextstep Recycling to Include Pick Up and Recycling Services $20,000, Extend the Contract for Another Year (2011) and Authorizing the County Administration to Sign the Contract. (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Sarah Grimm, Waste Reduction Specialist) View Material

 

2) ORDER 09-10-20-11/In the Matter of the Alteration of a Portion of Stagecoach Road (County Road No. 109) (18-08-07 & 18). (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Mike Jackson, County Surveyor) View Material

 

3) ORDER 09-10-20-12/In the Matter of Authorizing an Agreement with Motorola, Inc. for Services and Equipment Associated with Expansion of the Existing Regional Radio Interoperable Communication System in the Amount of $1,330,000 and Authorizing the County Administrator to Execute the Agreement. (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Betty Mishou, Management Analyst) View Material

 

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR * * * *

 

6. COUNTY ADMINISTRATION

9:55 a.m.

a. Announcements

 

b. DISCUSSION WITH POSSIBLE ACTION/Federal Energy Bill.(Alex Cuyler, Intergovernmental Relations Manager) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 10 minutes Q&A) View Material

 

c. REPORT BACK WITH POSSIBLE ACTION/Process for Area Commission on Transportation (ACT). (Jeff Spartz, County Administrator) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 20 minutes Q&A) View Material  View Supplemental Material

 

7. COUNTY COUNSEL

10:35 a.m.

 

a. Announcements

 

b. REPORT BACK/DUII Forfeiture Programs. (Liane Richardson, County Counsel) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 10 minutes Q&A) View Material

 

c. REPORT BACK/In the Matter of Amending Chapter 6 of the Lane Code to Add Social Host Ordinance. (Liane Richardson, County Counsel) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 15 minutes Q&A) View Material

 

8. PERFORMANCE AUDITOR

11:10 a.m.

 

a. Announcements

 

9. COMMISSIONERS' BUSINESS

11:15 a.m.

a.  ORDER 09-10-20-13/In the Matter of Proclaiming November, 2009 as GRRRLZ ROCK! Month in Lane County. (Commissioner Sorenson) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 5 minutes Q&A) View Material

 

b. ORDER 09-10-20-14/In the Matter of Censoring Hate Speech and Displays. (Commissioner Dwyer) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 5 minutes Q&A) View Material

 

10. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

11:35 a.m.

 

a. ORDER 09-10-20-15/In the Matter of Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement for Juvenile Dependency Process. (Alex Gardner, District Attorney) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 5 minutes Q&A) View Material

 

11. HUMAN RESOURCES

11:45 a.m.

 

a. ORDER 09-10-20-16/In the Matter of Establishing the Developmental Disabilities Abuse Investigator Classification and Salary Ranges. (Greta Utecht, Human Resources Director; Cindy Tofflemoyer, Sr. Human Resources Analyst) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 10 minutes Q&A) View Material

Noon - 1:30 p.m. (recess)


1:30 p.m. (Harris Hall Main Floor)

 

12. PUBLIC WORKS

1:30 p.m.

 

a. FOURTH READING AND DELIBERATION/Ordinance No. PA 1258/In the Matter of Adopting the Coburg/Interstate-5 Interchange Area Management Plan as a Refinement to the Lane County Transportation System Plan and Co-Adopting the Plan as a Refinement to the City of Coburg Transportation System Plan; and Adopting a Severability Clause (File No. PA 09-5027, City of Coburg) (NBA & PM 7/22/09, 8/5/09, 9/16/09 & 9/23/09). (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Celia Barry, Transportation Planning & Traffic Manager) (estimated 20 minutes) (ongoing/no new board materials)

 

b. ORDER 09-8-5-3/In the Matter of Approving a Project Design Concept for Pearl Street and Coburg Industrial Way as Part of an Oregon Department of Transportation Planned Coburg Interstate-5 Interchange Area Improvement Project (NBA & PM 8/5, 9/16, 9/23). (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Celia Barry, Transportation Planning & Traffic Manager) (estimated 5 minutes) (ongoing/no new board materials)  

 

c. FIFTH READING AND DELIBERATION/Ordinance No. PA 1260/In the Matter of Amending the Eugene-Springfield Metropolitan Area General Plan (Metro Plan) Consistent with Policy G.3 In Chapter III, Section G, Public Facilities and Services Element; Amending Table 6, Table 18, Table 19, Map 3 And Map 8 of the Public Facilities And Services Plan (PFSP); and Adopting Savings and Severability Clauses (Metro Plan Amendment) (Applicant; Springfield) (NBA & PM 7/8/09, 7/22/09, 8/5/09, & 8/26/09). (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Stephanie Schulz, Planner) (estimated 30 minutes)

 

d. ORDER 09-10-20-17/In the Matter of Accepting a Dedication of Land to Be Used as a Public Road Easement for County Road No. 323 (Central Road) (18-05-09). (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Mike Jackson, County Surveyor) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 15 minutes Q&A) View Material

 

13. COMMISSIONERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

2.45 p.m.

 

14. REVIEW ASSIGNMENTS

2:50 p.m.

 

15. EXECUTIVE SESSION as per ORS 192.660

(Commissioners' Conference Room)

3:00 p.m.

 

16. OTHER BUSINESS

 

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2009 – JOINT BCC/UNIVERSITY OF OREGON LEADERSHIP MEETING/COUNTY AND UNIVERSITY CONNECTIONS

9:30 a.m.    (College of Education, Room 230, University of Oregon Campus, Eugene)

(9:00 a.m. Commissioners and staff assemble for van pick-up in lower garage)

(estimated time)

 

INTRODUCTIONS AND WELCOME
9:30 a.m.

President Richard Lariviere

THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE
10:00 a.m. 

Robin Holmes, Vice President, Student Affairs, John Duncan, Holden Leadership Center, and Associated Students of the UO Leadership

UO’S ECONOMIC IMPACT

Michael Redding , Vice President, University Relations  

Rich Linton, Vice President, Research and Graduate Studies  

10:50 a.m.  Break

 

THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
11:00 a.m. 

Introductions and overview – Mike Bullis, Dean  

Family and Human Services – Dan Close  

Education Community Supports – Rob Horner  

Youth Transitions Program – Lauren Lindstrom

12:00 Noon – 12:15 p.m. Break – lunch served

Over lunch:

UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS: BUILDING ON STRENGTHS
12:15 – 1:00 p.m.

Local government internships – Megan Smith, Director, Community Service Center  

Green initiatives – Tom Osdoba, Director, Center for Sustainable Business Practices  

Community Perspective – Priscilla Gould, United Way

1:00-1:15 p.m.  
Travel from College of Education HEDCO building to Lorry I. Lokey Labs  

INNOVATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY
1:15 – 2:30 p.m.

Tour of Lorry I. Lokey Laboratories

CLOSING – RETURN TO HARRIS HALL
2:30 - 3:00 p.m. (recess)

 

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2009 - REGULAR MEETING

3:00 p.m.    (Harris Hall Main Floor)

(estimated time)

 

#1. PUBLIC HEARINGS

3:00 p.m.

 

a. PUBLIC HEARING AND ORDER 09-10-21-1/In the Matter of Naming Spindrift Way, A Private Road (17-12-25 & 36). (Mike Jackson, County Surveyor) (estimated 5 minute presentation, 10 minutes public comment and Q&A) View Material

 

2. PUBLIC WORKS

3:15 p.m.

a. FIRST READING AND SETTING THE SECOND READING AND PUBLIC HEARING/Ordinance No. PA 126 --/In the Matter of Amending the Rural Comprehensive Plan and Adopting Text Amendments to The Junction City Comprehensive Plan Consistent with the Recommendations of the Junction City Economic Opportunities Analysis (EOA), Adopted as Appendix III to the Junction City Comprehensive Plan; Adopting Map Amendments to the Junction City Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) Including 356 Acres of Land Re-Designated for Industrial Use and 40 Acres of Land Re-designated for Public Use, and Aligning the UGB with Existing Right-of-Way on Highway 99 to be Collinear for Future Provision of Key Urban Services and Adopting Savings and Severability Clauses (Applicant: Junction City) (File No. PA 09-5599). (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Stephanie Schulz, Planner) (estimated 5 minutes)
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View Exhibit A Attachment 1 Part (1)  
View Exhibit A Attachment 1 Part (2) 
View Exhibit A Attachment 1 Part (3) 
View Exhibit A Attachment 2  
View Exhibit B 
View Exhibit B Attachment 2  
View Exhibit C & Minutes

#3. PUBLIC HEARINGS

3:30 p.m.

 

a. THIRD READING AND PUBLIC HEARING AND DELIBERATION/Ordinance No. 2-09/In the Matter of Amending Chapters 13 and 16 of Lane Code to Revise and Add Definitions Pertaining to Lawfully Established Units of Land, Partitioning Land, Property Line Adjustments, and Validation of Units of Land (LC 13.010, 13.030, 13.450, LC 16.090) (PA09-5350 (NBA & PM 7/7/09 & 7/21/09). (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Lindsey Eichner, Planner) (estimated 20 minutes) View Material

 

b. THIRD READING AND PUBLIC HEARING AND DELIBERATION/Ordinance No. 3-09/In the Matter of Amending Chapter 14 of Lane Code to Revise Land Use Permit and Zone Change Application Review and Appeal Procedures (LC 14.015, 14.050, 14.100, 14.110, 14.300, 14.500, 14.510, 14.515, 14.520, 14.525, 14.530, 14.535 and 14.600) (Planning File No. PA 09-5351) (NBA & PM 7/709 & 7/21/09). (Marsha Miller, Public Works Director; Deanna Wright, Planner) (estimated 20 minutes) View Material

 

4. COMMISSIONERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

5. REVIEW ASSIGNMENTS

 

6. EXECUTIVE SESSION as per ORS 192.660

(Commissioners' Conference Room)

 

7. OTHER BUSINESS

 

*NOTE:  Estimated Times

 

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*NOTE: Next scheduled Board of Commissioners' Meeting Tuesday, October 27 and/or Wednesday, October 28, 2009.