BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' REGULAR MEETING

MAY 1, 2002

following HACSA

Commissioners’ Conference Room

APPROVED 6/19/02

 

Commissioner Bill Dwyer presided with Commissioners Bobby Green, Sr., Anna Morrison and Peter Sorenson present.  Cindy Weeldreyer was present via telephone. County Administrator Bill Van Vactor, County Counsel Teresa Wilson and Recording Secretary Melissa Zimmer were also present.

 

1.  ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA

 

None.

 

# 2.  PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

None.

 

3.  COMMISSIONERS' REMONSTRANCE

 

None.

 

4.  RESOLUTIONS

 

a.  RESOLUTION AND ORDER 02-5-1-1/In the Matter of Proclaiming May 2002 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Lane County.

 

Dwyer read the resolution into the record.

 

MOTION: to approve RESOLUTION AND ORDER 02-5-1-1.

 

Green MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

b.  RESOLUTION AND ORDER 02-5-1-2/In the Matter of Proclaiming Week of May 5-11, 2002 as Lane County Tourism Week.

 

Lisa Lawton, CVALCO, reported that this resolution recognizes the importance of the visitor industry in Lane County.  She stated that National Tourism Week highlights the tourism industry.  She said despite 9/11 and the economic downturn, Lane County’s visitor industry has remained steady and strong.  She said it generates $445 million annually for Lane County’s economy and provides more than 7,800 jobs for local residents.

 

Dwyer read the resolution into the record.

 

MOTION: to approve RESOLUTION AND ORDER 02-5-1-2.

 

Morrison MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

5.  EXECUTIVE SESSION as per ORS 192.660

 

To take place after the meeting.

 

6.  COMMISSIONERS' BUSINESS

 

a.  ORDER 02-5-1-3/In the Matter of Accepting the Donation of a POW/MIA Flag and Directing its Display.

 

Dwyer read the order into the record.

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 002-5-1-3.

 

Morrison MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

7.  COUNTY ADMINISTRATION

 

a.  Announcements

 

None.

 

8.  PUBLIC WORKS

 

a.  ORDER 02-5-1-4/In the Matter of Appointing One Member to the Lane County Planning Commission.

 

Morrison reported that Clay Myers was a recent resignation and she and Green went through the process of interviewing candidates twice.  It was their recommendation that the Board appoint Steve Dignam to take Myers’ place.

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 02-5-1-4.

 

Morrison MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

b.  FIRST READING AND SETTING SECOND READING AND PUBLIC HEARING/ Ordinance No. 7-02/In the Matter of Amending Chapter 5 of Lane Code, Administrative Enforcement, to Add Properties Declared "Unfit for Use" Due to Illegal Drug Manufacturing to the List of Activities Defined as a Nuisance and Subject to Administrative Enforcement Procedures and to Remove Provisions Pertaining to Animal Carcasses

 

MOTION: to approve the First Reading and Setting a Second Reading and Public Hearing on Ordinance No. 7-02 on May 15, 2002 at 1:30 p.m.

 

Green MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

9.  CONSENT CALENDAR

 

 

BEGINNING OF CONSENT CALENDAR * * * *

 

A.  Approval of Minutes:

March 12, 2002, Work Session, 1:30 p.m.

March 20, 2002, Regular Meeting, 1:30 p.m.

 

B.  Assessment and Taxation

 

1)  ORDER 02-5-1-5/In the Matter of A Refund to Neste Resins Corporation in the Amount of $17,481.28.

 

B.  Assessment and Taxation

 

2)  ORDER 02-5-1-6/In the Matter of A Refund to Sisters of St. Joseph and John Brown, Petitioner's Representative in the Amount of $12,850.36.

 

3)  ORDER 02-5-1-7/In the Matter of A Refund to Willamette Industries, Inc. in the Amount of $25,881.06.

 

C.  County Counsel

 

1)  ORDER 02-5-1-8/In the Matter of Approving a Contract with Anerich Massena for Deferred Compensation Services.

 

D.  Management Services

 

1)  ORDER 02-5-1-9/In the Matter of Authorizing the Granting of an Access Easement to John and Laura Maitland Over County Owned Real Property Identified as Assessor's Map #18-12-34-42 Tax Lots 1200 and 1299 (Glenada Area).

 

2)  ORDER 02-5-1-10/In the Matter of Authorizing the Granting of an Access Easement to Carol Mathis Over County Owned Real Property Identified as Assessor's Map #21-02-30-00-00700 (Commonly Known as Blue Mountain School Road, Cottage Grove Area).

 

3)  ORDER 02-5-1-11/In the Matter of Increasing the Charge Fund for the Solid Waste Division of the Lane County Department of Public Works.

 

E.  Public Works

 

1)  ORDER 02-5-1-12/In the Matter of Awarding a Contract to Wildish Building Material Co., dba Wildish Sand & Gravel Co. in the Amount of $259,011.35 for Oil Rock Production – Various Stockpile Sites, Prospective Contract No. 01/02-08.

 

2)  ORDER 02-5-1-13/In the Matter of Awarding a Contract for Portable Toilet Rentals and Service to Buck’s Sanitary for $76,920.00 and Delegating Authority to the County Administrator to Sign the Contract, Contract No. 01-02 PKS-07.

 

3)  ORDER 02-5-1-14/In the Matter of Releasing, Dedicating, and Accepting a Portion of Parcel "B", in Skyline Ranch, File 74, Slide 188-190, a Parcel of County Owned Real Estate, as County Roads (17-02-20) (Marcola Road and Camp Creek Road).

 

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR * * * *

 

MOTION: to approve the Consent Calendar.

 

Morrison MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

10.  CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

 

a.  ORDER 02-5-1-15/In the Matter of Accepting the Intergovernmental Agreement from the Oregon Commission on Children and Families Increasing the Cap for Title XIX Medicaid Reimbursement From $237,500 to $708,000 for the 2001-2003 Biennium.

 

Karen Gaffney, Children and Families, explained when they budgeted for this program, they based it on the higher level of revenue.  She said this increased their billing authority for services.

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 02-5-1-15.

 

Green MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

11.  COMMISSIONERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Sorenson stated he was part of a group that was matching businesses and business leaders with the needs for the community.  He suggested having a briefing for Eugene, Springfield and Lane County with the outcomes.

 

Morrison stated she was a past participant.  She noted they have a breakfast when the results are tabulated and the press covers the report.  She wasn’t opposed to it coming back in September, but she was planning on participating at the breakfast.

 

Green agreed to it as long as the logistics could be worked out.

 

12.  CORRESPONDENCE TO THE BOARD

 

a.  Letter from Jon V. Jaqua.

 

Dwyer read a letter into the record from Jon Jaqua.  He noted the Fair Board was advertising for his replacement.

 

b.  Letter from  Jan Wronci

 

Dwyer read a letter into the record from Jan Wronci.  He stated the Board was on notice this action might result in another lawsuit.

 

13.  EMERGENCY BUSINESS

 

None.

 

There being no further business, Commissioner Dwyer recessed the meeting into Executive Session at 10:15 a.m.

 

 

 

Melissa Zimmer

Recording Secretary