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Board of County Commissioners' Business Meeting Minutes

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Thursday, July 11, 2013 - 10 a.m.

Public Services Building
2051 Kaen Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045

PRESENT:

Commissioner John Ludlow, Chair
Commissioner Jim Bernard
Commissioner Paul Savas
Commissioner Martha Schrader
Commissioner Tootie Smith

I. CALL TO ORDER

Chair Ludlow announced the Second Reading and Public Hearing on the Proposed Ordinance for Outdoor Mass Gatherings will be continued until the July 18, 2013 Business Meeting, which is at 6 PM. Postponing this public hearing will allow more time to provide additional information to the public regarding the item. We sent emails and a press release yesterday regarding this postponement, however since it was short notice there may be some folks here today to speak on this issue, and we welcome your comments. You may speak during Citizen Communication today after our Presentation. You may also submit your comments in writing to our office and attend the Business Meeting next week on July 18th at 6:00 PM to provide your official testimony on this ordinance.

II. PRESENTATION

  1. Presentation on “Made in America Month”
  2. Cindy Hagen, Business & Economic Development presented the staff report. She introduced Gerald Rowlett and Christina Bloom from Westlake Development Group who presented a video on the first “Made in America” home in Clackamas County – they also spoke in support of the Hire-a-Vet program.

    Board Discussion

III. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION

  1. Kevin Phillips, Beavercreek – spoke against the proposed mass gathering ordinance – he provided two case studies from the Federal and Oregon court of appeals.
  2. Eugene Schoenheit, Milwaukie – had concerns about the proposed mass gathering ordinance – feels the staff report is misleading.
  3. Les Poole, Gladstone – thanked the Board for delaying the public hearing, spoke about the County being more business friendly.
  4. Janet Schoenheit, Milwaukie – spoke for Jeannie Freeman who wanted to know about BCC salary, also spoke about the proposed mass gathering ordinance and the IGA with city of Milwaukie for the Oak Grove library.
  5. Libby Wentz, Gladstone – spoke against the proposed mass gathering ordinance.
  6. Tom Eskridge, Molalla – spoke against the proposed mass gathering ordinance.
  7. Maryanna Moore, Gladstone – spoke about the Gladstone cultural festival and ownership of the bridge.
  8. Herb Chow, Happy Valley – spoke against the proposed mass gathering ordinance.
  9. Jan Smith, Boring – spoke about the Sandy Kiwanis event.
  10. Cindy Lewis-Wolfrum, Milwaukie – asked about the public records request dealing with use of private computers.
  11. Board Discussion

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

  1. Board Order No. 2013-65 for Boundary Change Proposal CL 13-002, Annexation to Clackamas River Water
  2. Chris Storey, County Counsel and Ken Martin, Local Boundary Consultant presented the staff report.

    Chair Ludlow opened the public hearing and asked if anyone wished to speak, seeing none, he closed the public hearing and asked for a motion.

    MOTION:

    Commissioner Bernard: I move we approve the Board Order for Boundary Change Proposal CL 13-002, annexation to Clackamas River Water.
    Commissioner Smith: Second.
    Clerk call the poll.
    Commissioner Savas: Aye.
    Commissioner Schrader: Aye
    Commissioner Smith: Aye.
    Commissioner Bernard: Aye.
    Chair Ludlow: Aye.
    Chair Ludlow – The motion is approved 5-0

  3. POSTPONED until 7-18-13 - Second Reading of Ordinance No. 03-2013 Adding Chapter 6.12, Outdoor Mass Gatherings and Limited Gatherings to the Clackamas County Code and Declaring an Emergency – and Approval of Resolution No. _____ Adopting Fees for Outdoor Mass Gatherings and Limited Gatherings (Mike McCallister, Planning Department)
  4. Chair Ludlow stated there is a Study Session scheduled next Tuesday, July 16, 2013 for a staff briefing on this issue before the Public Hearing on July 18th.

    Board Discussion

V. DISCUSSION ITEMS

NO DISCUSSION ITEMS SCHEDULED

VI. CONSENT AGENDA

Chair Ludlow asked the Clerk to read the consent agenda by title. He then asked for a motion.

MOTION:

Commissioner Schrader: I move we accept the consent agenda.
Commissioner Bernard: Second.
Board Discussion
Clerk call the poll.
Commissioner Bernard: Aye.
Commissioner Smith: Aye.
Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Chair Ludlow: Aye.
The motion is approved 5-0.

A. Health, Housing & Human Services

  1. Approval of an Agency Services Contract with Compass Group USA, Inc. dba Bateman Senior Meals for Food Service for Five Clackamas County Older Americans Act Nutrition Program Meal Sites - Social Services
  2. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with City of Sandy/ Sandy Senior and Community Center to Provide Social Services for Clackamas County Residents age 60 and over - Social Services
  3. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the State of Oregon, Department of Human Services for Job Opportunities and Basic Skills for Clients Receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) – Community Solutions
  4. Approval of an Amendment with Washington County for Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services – Behavioral Health
  5. Approval of a Professional Services Agreement with LifeWorks NW Providing On-Site Services at the Gladstone Center for Children and Families - Behavioral Health
  6. Approval of a Sub-recipient Grant Agreement with Northwest Family Services, Inc. for Drug and Alcohol Prevention Specialist Services – Children, Youth & Families
  7. Approval of a Sub-recipient Grant Agreement with Todos Juntos, Inc. for Drug and Alcohol Prevention Specialist Services - Children, Youth & Families

B. Department of Transportation & Development

  1. Approval of a Contract with Concrete Enterprises, Inc. for the Rock Creek (Wilhoit Road) Bridge Replacement Project - Finance
  2. Approval of a Contract with Nutter Corporation for the Sandy River (Lolo Pass Road) Mitigation Project - Finance
  3. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to Intergovernmental Agreement No. 28273 with Oregon Department of Transportation for Right of Way Services for Preliminary Engineering, Right of Way and Construction of the Tolbert St: 82nd Dr. to Minuteman Way Project

C. Finance Department

  1. Approval of a FY 2013-2014 Work and Financial Plan with the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Wildlife Services for Predator Management (County Trapper)
  2. Approval of a Lease with T5 Equities, LLC for the District Attorney’s Office

D. Elected Officials

  1. Resolution No. 2013-66 Appointing Pro Tempore Judges for the Clackamas County Justice Court

E. Juvenile Department

  1. Approval of a Grant Award for Shelter Care Beds
  2. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the State of Oregon, Oregon Youth Authority for Individualized Service Funds
  3. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the State of Oregon, Oregon Youth Authority for Juvenile Crime Prevention Basic and Diversion Services
  4. Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Parrott Creek Child and Family Services to Provide Shelter Services to Youth residing in Clackamas County Under the Jurisdiction of Clackamas County Juvenile Court - Finance
  5. Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Boys and Girls Aid to Provide Shelter Services to Youth Residing in Clackamas County under the Jurisdiction of Clackamas County Juvenile Court - Finance
  6. Approval of a Personal Service Contract with Christian Community Placement Center to Provide Shelter Service to Youth Residing in Clackamas Count under the Jurisdiction of Clackamas County Juvenile Court - Finance

F. Technology Services

  1. Approval of an ORMAP Intergovernmental Agreement Contract No. 3036 between Clackamas County and the Oregon Department of Revenue for Digital GIS Tax Lot Conversion

VII. SERVICE DISTRICT NO. 5 (Street Lighting)

  1. Approval of an Agreement for the Sale of Option B District Owned Street Lights to Portland General Electric
  2. Authorization for the Submittal of the Incentive Application to Energy Trust of Oregon

VIII. WATER ENVIRONMENT SERVICES

  1. *REMOVED - Approval of a Retainer Agreement between Clackamas County Service District No. 1, Tri-City Service District and Richwine Environmental, Inc. for Consultant Services

IX. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE

X. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION

MEETING ADJOURNED – 12 p.m.

NOTE: Regularly scheduled Business Meetings are televised and broadcast on the Clackamas County Government Channel. These programs are also accessible through the County’s Internet site. DVD copies of regularly scheduled BCC Thursday Business Meetings are available for checkout at the Clackamas County Library in Oak Grove by the following Saturday. You may also order copies from any library in Clackamas County or the Clackamas County Government Channel. http://www.clackamas.us/bcc/business.html

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