BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' AGENDA

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TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2009 - WORK SESSION

2:30 p.m.    (Commissioners' Conference Room)

(estimated time)

 

All individuals are expected to observe respectful behavior and decorum during all Lane County Public meetings.  Anyone acting in a disruptive, disorderly or threatening manner, or using excessive profanity, will be asked to voluntarily leave the meeting, and may be precluded from participating in future opportunities for public comment.  If an individual continues to behave in a disorderly and disruptive manner, and refuses to voluntarily leave the meeting, then the Chair may request a law enforcement officer to escort the individual from the meeting. Please be courteous, respectful and refrain from extraneous conversation.  Please turn off or mute your cell phone or pager.

 

1. ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA

 

#  2. PUBLIC COMMENTS

(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)

 

4. COMMISSIONERS' BUSINESS

 

a. DISCUSSION/Benton County Water Project - Phase 1. (Linda Modrell, Benton County Commissioner and Adam Stebbins, Water Project Coordinator) (estimated 30 minutes) (TIME CERTAIN 3:00 p.m.)

 

b. DISCUSSION/Insulation and Renewable Energy Bond Proposal (Commissioner Sorenson) (estimated 30 minutes) (View Material)


5. PUBLIC WORKS

 

a. DISCUSSION/Road Actions. (D. Michael Jackson, County Surveyor) (TIME CERTAIN 3:30 p.m.) (estimated 20 minutes) 

 

6. COMMISSIONERS' BUSINESS

 

c. DISCUSSION/McKenzie River Basin - Salmon Recovery. (Susan Knapp, Natural Resources Advisor, State of Oregon)(estimated 30 minutes) (TIME CERTAIN 4:30 p.m.)

 

7. OTHER BUSINESS

 

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TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2009 - BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND MICROENTREPRENEURS COMMUNITY OUTREACH & DIALOGUE

5:30 p.m.   (Harris Hall)

 

1. INTRODUCTION - What Are the Needs of Microenterprises and How Can the Board of Commissioners Support Them? (Shawn Winkler-Rios) (estimated 5 minutes)

 

2. Three Minute Comments By Up to 15 Micro-Entrepreneurs on the Challenges They Face in Their Businesses.

 

3. Wrap-Up and Next Steps by the Board of County Commissioners.

 

4. ORDER 09-3-17-1/In the Matter of Supporting Junction City’s Submission of a 2009 Community Development Block Grant for Micro-Enterprise Assistance. (Mike McKenzie-Bahr, Community and Economic Development Coordinator) (estimated 10 minutes) (View Material)

 

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2009 - HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY

9:00 a.m.                                         (Harris Hall Main Floor)

(estimated time)

 

All individuals are expected to observe respectful behavior and decorum during all Lane County Public meetings. Anyone acting in a disruptive, disorderly or threatening manner, or using excessive profanity, will be asked to voluntarily leave the meeting, and may be precluded from participating in future opportunities for public comment. If an individual continues to behave in a disorderly and disruptive manner, and refuses to voluntarily leave the meeting, then the Chair may request a law enforcement officer to escort the individual from the meeting. Please be courteous, respectful and refrain from extraneous conversation. Please turn off or mute your cell phone or pager.

 

#  1.           PUBLIC COMMENTS

           (Maximum time 30 minutes: Speakers will be limited to 3-minutes per public comments. If the number wishing to testify exceeds 10 speakers, then each speaker will be given an apportioned amount of the total time.)

 

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

 

   3.           REGULAR BUSINESS

 

   4.           EXECUTIVE SESSION as per ORS 192.660

 

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2009 - REGULAR MEETING

(following HACSA)        (Harris Hall Main Floor)

(estimated time)

 

All individuals are expected to observe respectful behavior and decorum during all Lane County Public meetings.  Anyone acting in a disruptive, disorderly or threatening manner, or using excessive profanity, will be asked to voluntarily leave the meeting, and may be precluded from participating in future opportunities for public comment.  If an individual continues to behave in a disorderly and disruptive manner, and refuses to voluntarily leave the meeting, then the Chair may request a law enforcement officer to escort the individual from the meeting. Please be courteous, respectful and refrain from extraneous conversation.  Please turn off or mute your cell phone or pager.

 

1. ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA


#2. PUBLIC COMMENTS

(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)

 

4. EMERGENCY BUSINESS  

(estimated 10 minutes)

 

5. CONSENT CALENDAR

 

(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:

1) June 13, 2007, MWSD, 9:00 a.m. (Melissa Zimmer, Recording Secretary)

2) February 11, 2009, Regular Meeting, 9:00 a.m. (Melissa Zimmer, Recording Secretary)

3) February 11, 2009, Regular Meeting, 1:30 p.m. (Melissa Zimmer, Recording Secretary)

4) March 3, 2009, Work Session, 10:00 a.m. (Melissa Zimmer, Recording Secretary)

5) March 3, 2009, Work Session, 1:30 p.m. (Melissa Zimmer, Recording Secretary)

6) March 4, 2009, Regular Meeting, Following HACSA (Melissa Zimmer, Recording Secretary)

7) March 4, 2009, Regular Meeting, 1:30 p.m. (Melissa Zimmer, Recording Secretary)

 

B. Health and Human Services

 

1) ORDER 09-3-18-1/In the Matter of Amending Chapter 3 of the Lane Manual to Add Citations Regarding the Community Mental Health Advisory Committee, Renaming the Committee to Mental Health Advisory/Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee, and Revising the Description of the Committee (LM 3.524, ORS 430.342, ORS 430.630(7), OAR 309-014-0020(3), OAR 309-016-0020(2), and OAR 415-056-0005(10)). (Rob Rockstroh, Director, and Peg Jennette, Program Services Coordinator) (View Material)

 

2) ORDER 09-3-18-2/In the Matter of Awarding Contracts to ShelterCare and Catholic Community Services for Lane County's U.S. Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Grant Services. (Rob Rockstroh, Director, and Lyn Oliver, Program Services Coordinator) (View Material)

 

C. Management Services

 

1) ORDER 09-3-18-3/In the Matter of Authorizing the Sale of Surplus County Owned Real Property to Victor and Jessica Rasmussen for $400 (Map #21-01-36-33-00700, Adjacent to 39921 Brice Creek Road, Culp Creek). (David Suchart, Director, and Jeff Turk, Property Management Officer) (View Material)

 

D. Public Works

 

1) ORDER 09-3-18-4/In the Matter of Ratifying Applications Submitted by Public Works for Grant Funding Under the National Historic Bridge Preservation Program for Deadwood, Layng, Pengra, Stewart, and Wendling Covered Bridges and Delegating Contract Signature Authority to the County Administrator in the Event of  Successful Applications. (Marshal Miller, Director, and Mike Russell, Engineering Analyst, Public Works)  (View Material)

 

2) ORDER 09-3-18-5/In the Matter of Awarding a Contract to Wildish Building Materials in the Amount of $322,238.15, for Pre-Coated Oil Rock Materials, Various Stockpile Sites, Prospective Contract No. 08/09-06. (Marsha Miller, Director, and Bill Morgan, County Engineer, Public Works) (View Material)

 

3) ORDER 09-3-18-6/In the Matter of Awarding a Contract to Precision Aggregate Products in the Amount of $181,935, for Un-Coated Oil and Sanding Rock Materials, Various Stockpile Sites, Prospective Contract No. 08/09-07. (Marshal Miller, Director, and Bill Morgan, County Engineer, Public Works) (View Material)

 

4) ORDER 09-3-18-7/In the Matter of Appointing Three New Members to the Vegetation Management Advisory Committee (VMAC).  (Marsha Miller, Director, and Orin Schumacher, Vegetation Management Coordinator, Public Works) (estimated 10 minutes)  (View Material)


5) ORDER 09-3-18-8/In the Matter of Authorizing Lane County Staff to Apply for a Water Polution Control Facility (WPCF) Permit With the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality for Managing Lane County's Stormwater Drywells. (Marsha Miller, Director, and Dan Hurley, Sr. Engineering Associate, Land Management, Public Works) (estimated 20 minutes)  (View Material)

 

E. Workforce Partnership

 

1) ORDER 09-3-18-9/In the Matter of Appointing Six Members to the Lane Workforce Partnership Board of Directors. (Chuck Forster, Executive Director) (View Material)

 

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR * * * *

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2009 - REGULAR MEETING (Continued)

 

6. COMMISSIONERS' BUSINESS

 

a. DISCUSSION/Precautionary Principle. (Dr. Mary O'Brien) (estimated 30 minutes) (View Material) (View Supplemental Material)

 

7. COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

a. Legislative Committee. (Alex Cuyler, Intergovernmental Relations Manager, and Judy Williams, Legislative Affairs Assistant) (estimated 15 minutes) (View Material)

 

b. DISCUSSION/Letter to Governor Kulongoski Regarding Education Funding. (Jeff Spartz, County Administrator). (estimated 10 minutes) (View Material)

 

8. COUNTY ADMINISTRATION

 

a. Announcements

 

b. ORDER 09-3-18-10/In the Matter of Allocating up to $200,000 Annually from Video Lottery Funds for the Purchase of Golden Gardens. (Jeff Spartz, County Administrator, and Mike McKenzie-Bahr, Economic Development Coordinator) (estimated 15 minutes) (View Material)


c. ORDER 09-3-18-11/In the Matter of Accepting a $1,000,000 Community Development Block Grant Fund for the Row River Water System Improvement Project and Authorizing the County Administrator to Sign the Grant Agreement Documents. (Jeff Spartz, County Administrator, and Mike McKenzie-Bahr, Economic Development Coordinator) (estimated 15 minutes) (View Material)

 

12:00 p.m.   (recess)

 

1:30 p.m.   (Harris Hall Main Floor)

 

9. COUNTY COUNSEL

 

a. Announcements

 

b. DISCUSSION/Waiver of Conflicts. (Liane Richardson, County Counsel) (estimated 15 minutes)

 

10. PERFORMANCE AUDITOR

 

a. Announcements

 

b. REPORT/Status of Audits. (Stewart Bolinger, Performance Auditor) (estimated 15 minutes) (View Material)

 

11. PUBLIC WORKS

 

a. ORDER 09-3-18-12/In the Matter of Certification of Final Assessments for the Replacement of the West Fork Coyote Creek Bridge on Biggs Road (a Local Access Road). (Marsha Miller, Director, Frank Simas, Right-of-Way Manager, Public Works) (estimated 15 minutes) (View Material)

 

b. FIRST READING AND SETTING SECOND READING AND PUBLIC HEARING/Ordinance No. PA 1256/In the Matter of Amending the Rural Comprehensive Plan to Redesignate Land From "Rural Residential" to "Rural Commercial" and Rezoning That Land From "RR-5/Rural Residential" to "RC/Rural Commercial”; and Adopting Savings and Severability Clauses. Second Reading and Public Hearing April 1, 2009  (File PA 06-5600; Powell). (Marsha Miller, Director, Jerry Kendall, Associate Planner, Land +Management, Public Works) (estimated 2 minutes) (View Material)

 

12. MANAGEMENT SERVICES

 

a. REPORT BACK/A-87 Cost Plan. (David Suchart, Director, and Kay Blackburn, Finance Manager) (estimated 10 minutes) (View Material)

 

b. ORAL REPORT/Update on McKinstry Essention. (David Suchart, Director) (estimated 15 minutes)

 

13. HUMAN RESOURCES

 

a. ORDER 09-3-18-13/In the Matter of Ratifying the Tentative Agreement Between Lane County and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 2831-General Unit.(Greta Utecht, Director, and Roland Hoskins, Employee Relations Program Supervisor) (estimated 15 minutes) (View Material)

 

14. CORRESPONDENCE TO THE BOARD

 

LETTER Termination of Gang Intervention Services Agreement. (View Material)

 

15. COMMISSIONERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

16. REVIEW ASSIGNMENTS

 

17. EXECUTIVE SESSION as per ORS 192.660

(Commissioners' Conference Room)

 

18. OTHER BUSINESS

 

*NOTE:  Estimated Times

 

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*NOTE: Next scheduled Board of Commissioners' Meeting Tuesday, March 31 and/or Wednesday, April 1, 2009.