BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’
August 2, 2000 – 1:30 p.m.
Harris Hall Main Floor
Commissioner Peter Sorenson presided with Commissioners Bill Dwyer, Bobby Green, Sr., Anna Morrison and Cindy Weeldreyer present,. County Administrator Bill Van Vactor, Assistant County Counsel Stephen Vorhes and Recording Secretary Melissa Zimmer were also present.
12. COMMISSIONERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS
13. OTHER BUSINESS
a. FOURTH READING AND DELIBERATION Ordinance No. PA 1107 Amending the West Eugene Wetlands Plan by Adopting New or Revised Wetland Designations for Various Sites Within the Plan Boundary and Related Policy and Text Amendments, and Adopting a Severability Clause.
Celia Barry, Land Management, requested the motions be moved for fifth readings.
Jan Childs, City of Eugene, added that of the three ordinances that came before the Board, the Eugene City Council (to date ) had taken action only on the multiple sites ordinance and the Board had a revised set of exhibits to the Board Ordinance PA 1107 reflecting the Eugene City Council Action. She noted the other two ordinances had not yet been completed in time for the Eugene City Council’s action and she was asking the Board to move forward without discussion. She added since the Eugene City Council made changes to the Ordinance they need to roll it to another reading for actual adoption.
MOTION: to approve a Fourth Reading and Setting a Fifth Reading and Deliberation for August 30, 2000 for Ordinance No. PA 1107.
Weeldreyer MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.
b. FOURTH READING AND DELIBERATION Ordinance No. PA 1108 Amending the West Eugene Wetlands Plan by Adopting New and Revised Wetland Designations for Site H2, Referred to as the Speedway Site, and Related Policy and Text Amendments, and Adopting a Severability Clause
MOTION: to approve a Fourth Reading and Setting a Fifth Reading and Deliberation for October 11, 2000 on Ordinance No. PA 1108.
Dwyer MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.
c. FOURTH READING AND DELIBERATION Ordinance No. PA 1109 Amending the West Eugene Wetlands Plan by Adopting New Wetland Designations for Site HG, Referred to as the Hyundai Site, and Related Text Amendments, and Adopting a Severability Clause.
MOTION: to approve Fourth Reading and setting Fifth Reading and Deliberation for August 30, 2000 for Ordinance No. PA 1109.
Dwyer MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.
6. INFORMATION SYSTEMS
a. DISCUSSION and DEMONSTRATION Regional Land Information Database (RLID).
This item was carried over from the Tuesday, August 1, 2000 Work Session.
Weeldreyer reported this would be a series of presentations, moving toward the strategic planning effort for Lane County developing a strategic plan with information technology and geographic information. She noted that County counsel was doing research before the Technology Management Team could formulate recommendations to be brought back to the Board.
Gary Ingram, Information Services, said this project came out of the County moving from a mainframe system to a client server and a different network. He said it pulls the land information out of the Assessment and Taxation Department, Deeds and Records, the Surveyor’s office and Land Management and places it in one place for access to that website.
Eric Brandt, LCOG, gave a presentation on the Regional Land Information Database. He noted that a number of agencies in Oregon were moving in this direction.
Ingram explained there were privacy issues. He added that questions needed to be answered before it was brought to the public, including placing customers’ names and addresses together.
Weeldreyer noted that there was a workshop on privacy as part of the NACo conference. She said a key point was that technology had run so far ahead of the policies and procedures it is infrequent when privacy is breached.
Weeldreyer said the public could benefit by receiving information seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
There being no further business, Commissioner Sorenson adjourned the meeting at 3:15 p.m.