January 27, 2010
TO THE AGENDA
Handy asked for item 5. C. 1) be pulled from the Consent Calendar. Sorenson requested item 5 C.2) be pulled. Spartz asked for 5 G. 3) to be pulled until next week.
Robert Emmons, Fall Creek, commented that a building on farmland designated as agricultural should be used as agricultural. He said that planners routinely have approved uses that have nothing to do with farming but are destroying the rural landscape. He asked what a skate park had to do with the designation. He noted in the countryside there are structures permitted as garages but they are as a big as houses and are built the same way.
Emmons said he has been in contact with neighbors who are
impacted by the expanded use, but there has been no effort to do anything to
curb what is going on. He said
RESPONSE TO PUBLIC COMMENTS
Dwyer commented that people in
Sorenson was pleased with the outcomes of the two tax
measures. He said the voters have
spoken. He said the revenue coming
was important. He commented that it
sends the message that
5. CONSENT CALENDAR
December 2, 2009, Regular Meeting, 9:00 a.m.
December 2, 2009, Regular Meeting, 1:30 p.m.
December 7, 2009, JEO Meeting, Noon
January 5, 2010, Regular Meeting, 1:30 p.m.
January 6, 2010, Regular Meeting, 9:00 a.m.
January 6, 2010, Regular Meeting, 1:30 p.m.
B. Assessment and Taxation
the Matter of a Refund to Chambers Communication Corporation in the Amount of
the Matter of a Refund to Sacred
C. Board of Commissioners
the Matter of Extending the Term of One Resident Commissioner to HACSA Board of
ORDER 10-1-27-4/In the
Matter of Declaring the Period from January 30, 2010 Through April 4, 2010 a
Season for Nonviolence in
Children and Families
ORDER 10-1-27-5/In the Matter of Approving
the Submittal and, if Awarded, Acceptance of a Grant to Oregon Community
Foundation in the Amount of up to $90,000 Per Year Over Three Years for
Parenting Education Collaborative Hub Activities; and Delegating Authority to
the County Administrator to Sign Grant Award Documents and Allocate Funds up to
$90,000 Annually for a Total of up to $270,000.
Health and Human Services
ORDER 10-1-27-6/In the Matter of Appointing One Member to Fill a Vacancy
on the Mental Health Advisory/Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee.
ORDER 10-1-27-7/In the Matter of Appointing Designees of the Community
Mental Health Director to Direct a Peace Officer to Take a Mental Ill Individual
into Custody According to ORS 426.233.
ORDER 10-1-27-8/In the Matter of Establishing Pay Grade B20 for the
Technical Specialist Classification Represented by the
Administrative-Professional Association of Lane County Public Works, Inc.
ORDER 10-1-27-9/In the Matter of Authorizing the Sale of Surplus County
Owned Real Property to for $3,000 to Chester A. Cline and Brenda K. Cline,
Former Owners of Record (Map #16-45-27-00-00506, Adjacent to 52283 McKenzie Hwy,
ORDER 10-1-27-10/In the Matter of Extending a 3-Year Contract for
Financial Advisory Services to Regional Financial Advisors, AKA Seattle
Northwest Securities for One Additional Year, Expiring December 31, 2010 at no
Additional Dollar Value to Contract.
ORDER 10-1-27-11/In the Matter of Amending the Guaranteed Maximum
4) ORDER 10-1-27-12/In the Matter of Amending the Contract for Architectural Services to PIVOT Architecture and Planning for the Charnelton Community Health Clinic and the Riverstone Community Health Clinic.
1) ORDER 10-1-27-13/In the Matter of Approving a Letter of Endorsement for Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) Funding Request.
1) ORDER 10-1-27-14/In the Matter of Approving an Update to the Juvenile Crime Prevention Plan Funding Crime Reduction Services for Lane County for the Years 2010-2012.
MOTION: to approve the remainder of the Consent Calendar.
Dwyer MOVED, Handy SECONDED.
5. C. 1)
Handy said they have at least two candidates for the position. He said one candidate said she wants to run for the seat she has. He said they heard from someone else interested in the position. He wanted to make sure they were aware of any and all candidates.
MOTION: to approve ORDER 10-1-27-3.
Dwyer MOVED, Handy SECONDED.
5. C. 2)
Handy read the resolution into the record.
MOTION: to approve ORDER
Sorenson MOVED, Dwyer SECONDED.
Lanzarotta and Kevin Mullerleile gave a Power Pont presentation on the
County’s financial statement. (Copy
the Matter of Approving a Contract with Lane Metro Partnership for $50,000.
McKenzie-Bahr, Economic Development, explained that this is approval of a
contract with Lane Metro Partnership. He
noted the most recent agreement between the County and Lane Metro Partnership
MOTION: to approve ORDER 10-1-27-15.
asked for McKenzie-Bahr to come back with a discussion on the successes and
opportunities that have occurred the last fiscal year.
VOTE: 3-2 (Sorenson, Handy dissenting).
ORDER 10-1-27-16/In the
Matter of Approving and Accepting the Lane County Food Waste to Energy
Feasibility Study Final Report.
to approve ORDER 10-1-27-16.
Dwyer MOVED, Handy
Fleenor asked if
there could be an amendment to bring this back in the future.
Dwyer said they
could do that at any time.
Handy wanted to
make sure they don’t loose any opportunities.
He said there are no policies in place for separating out food waste and
it might be something they should address. He
added that they haven’t had an update on what is happening with EPUD and
agreed there was a lot less food waste available.
He noted one recommendation is to do a pilot project.
He added the city of
they should accept the final report. He also wanted to get the EPUD issue back
to the Board. He thought they should
make sure they are using food to food. He
said the conversion of food to energy has problems associated with it.
Handy said they are
receiving the report and he wanted to appoint a multi-departmental committee to
review the recommendations and bring to the Board work session specific action
steps for the next step.
to request appointment of a multi-departmental committee to review the
recommendations in the report; to meet with community stakeholders to discuss
recommendation and to bring to the Board work session specific possible action
steps for their consideration.
Handy MOVED, Dwyer
RESOLUTION 10-1-27-17/In the Matter of Recognizing the Lane
reported that the GFOA recognizes that
MOTION: to approve ORDER 10-1-27-17.
MOVED, Dwyer SECONDED.
8. PUBLIC WORKS
MOTION: to approve a First Reading and Setting a Second Reading and Public Hearing for Ordinance No.PA 1257 for February 10, 2010 at 1:30 p.m.
Dwyer MOVED, Handy SECONDED.
There being no further business,