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Board of County Commissioners' Business Meeting Minutes

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Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016 – 6 p.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
Housing Authority Commissioner Paul Reynolds

CALL TO ORDER

Chair Ludlow recess as the Board of County Commissioners and convene as the Housing Authority Board for the next item.

He introduced Housing Authority Commissioner Paul Reynolds and asked the Clerk to read the Housing Authority Consent agenda by title only.

I. HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of a Contract between Housing Authority of Clackamas County and Lake Oswego Construction, Project No. 15002 for Modernization of 10 Dwelling Units Chair Ludlow asked for a motion.
  2. MOTION:

    Commissioner Reynolds: I move we approve the Housing Authority consent agenda.
    Commissioner Smith: Second.
    Clerk calls the poll.
    Commissioner Reynolds: Aye.
    Commissioner Bernard: Aye.
    Commissioner Smith: Aye.
    Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
    Commissioner Savas: Aye.
    Chair Ludlow: Aye – the motion passes 6-0.

    Chair Ludlow adjourned as the Housing Authority Board and re-convened as the Board of County Commissioners for the remainder of the meeting.

II. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION

  1. Mr. Terry Finch, Milwaukie - regarding Fair Housing.
  2. Shirley Soderberg, Oak Grove – supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  3. Lisa Beatley, Milwaukie - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  4. Elizabeth Shirk, Oak Grove - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  5. Al Scott, Milwaukie - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  6. Mike Schmeer, Milwaukie - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  7. Renae Haydel, Oak Grove - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  8. Gary Bokowski, Milwaukie - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  9. Debrah Bokowski, Milwaukie – support of the Oak Grove Library.
  10. Jan Carothers, Jennings Lodge - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  11. Grover Jeffery Bornefeld, Jennings Lodge – spoke regarding library district tax funds.
  12. Doug Jones, Oak Grove - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  13. Terry Gibson, Jennings Lodge - supporting the Oak Grove Library.
  14. Kevin Johnson, Gladstone – regarding the 2008 election for library district.
  15. Thelma Haggenmiller, Oak Grove – Oak Grove is un-incorporated by choice.
  16. Mack Woods, Canby – importance of voting.
  17. Jan Lindstrom, Milwaukie – spoke regarding library funding.
  18. Les Poole, Gladstone – importance of trust and voting.
  19. Nancy Gibson, Jennings Lodge – spoke regarding library issues.
  20. Steve Schopp, Tualatin – regarding the urban growth boundary and rural reserves.
    Board Discussion – regarding the library issue

III. PUBLIC HEARING

  1. Board Order No. 2016-12 Approval to Refer a Question to Voters in May 2016 for General Obligation Bonds to Replace and Upgrade the C800 Emergency Radio System and Necessary Components Laurel Butman, County Administration and Chris Storey, County Counsel Chair Ludlow opened the Public hearing.
    1. Chief Fred Carlton, CCFD No. 1, speaking on behalf of the C800 and Fire Defense Board – spoke in support.
    2. Bob Cozzie, Director of Clackamas County Central Communications (C-Com) spoke in support.
    3. Chief Jim Davis, Canby Fire District spoke in support.
    4. Chief Bret Smith, Canby Police Department spoke in support.
    5. Captain James Rhodes, Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office spoke in support.
    6. Chief Rod Yoder, Aurora Fire District – they do not use C800 radios and Marion County does not plan on moving to C800.
    7. Eugene Schoenheit, Oak Grove – asked if putting this out for a Bond is the best option.
    8. Jon Kloor –District 63 Firefighters in Aurora – they would like to meet with the C800 Board for more discussion.
    9. Alice Richmond, West Linn – support the C800 proposal.
    10. John Hartsock, Damascus – gave background of the C800 proposal.
      Board Discussion

MOTION:

Commissioner Savas: I move we approve the Board Order Approval to Refer a Question to Voters in May 2016 for General Obligation Bonds to Replace and Upgrade the C800 Emergency Radio System and Necessary Components.
Commissioner Bernard: Second.
Board Discussion
Clerk calls the poll.
Commissioner Smith: Aye.
Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Commissioner Bernard: Aye.
Chair Ludlow: Aye – the motion passes 5-0.

IV. PUBLIC DISCUSSION ITEMS

    Public & Government Affairs

  1. Board Order No. 2016-13 Approving an Expansion of the Cable Television Franchise Service Area with Comcast of Oregon II, Inc. Gary Schmidt, Public and Government Affairs presented the staff report.
    Board Discussion
  2. Chair Ludlow announced this is a discussion item and asked if anyone wishes speak.

    1. Alice Richmond, West Linn – concerned the residents have not been notified.
    2. Tim. Goodwin, Comcast – gave further background regarding this expansion. Chris Storey, County Counsel stated this is identifying a service area in unincorporated Clackamas County that is now is allowed to receive cable service if they so choose. Chair Ludlow asked for a motion.

    MOTION:

    Commissioner Smith: I move we approve the Board Order Approving an Expansion of the Cable Television Franchise Service Area with Comcast of Oregon II, Inc.
    Commissioner Schrader: Second.
    Clerk calls the poll.
    Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
    Commissioner Savas: Aye.
    Commissioner Bernard: Aye.
    Commissioner Smith: Aye.
    Chair Ludlow: Aye – the motion passes 5-0.

    Department of Transportation & Development

  3. Discussion of the Road Ahead Advisory Ballot Barb Cartmill, Director of Transportation & Development presented the staff report.
    Board Discussion
    Chair Ludlow announced this is a discussion item
    1. Jose Hernandez, Milwaukie – said the $25 VRF is too high. Randy Harmon, County Road Dept. stated how the Roads are selected for maintenance.
    2. Jo Havercamp, Oregon City – supports the VRF.
    3. Alice Richmond, West Linn – everyone should pay for roads, gas and VRF.
    4. Ron LeBlanc, Lake Oswego – spoke against the advisory vote.

    Board Discussion
    Chair Ludlow stated there is no Board action tonight. Next week on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 1:30 PM there is a Policy Session on this subject and Thursday, Feb. 25th we will have a Public hearing at the Business Meeting at 10 AM.

V. CONSENT AGENDA

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

MOTION:

Commissioner Bernard: I move we approve the consent agenda.
Commissioner Schrader: Second.
Clerk calls the poll.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Commissioner Bernard: Aye.
Commissioner Smith: Aye.
Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
Chair Ludlow: Aye – the motion passes 5-0.

A. Health, Housing & Human Services

  1. Approval to Apply for Preschool Promise: Mixed Delivery Model Grant from Oregon Department of Education – Early Learning Division – Children, Youth & Families
  2. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Agency Services Contract with Northwest Family Services for Children of Incarcerated Parents (CIP) Parenting Inside Out and Youth Mentoring – Children, Youth & Families
  3. Approval of Agency Services Contract with Clackamas Women’s Services for Evidence-Based Parenting Education Classes – Children, Youth & Families
  4. Approval of a Sub-recipient Agreement with Todos Juntos for Youth Drug and Alcohol Prevention – Canby, Sandy, Estacada, Molalla – Children, Youth & Families
  5. Approval for a Revenue Agreement with CareOregon for the Clinic Capacity Building Project – Health Centers
  6. Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement No. 45025, Amendment No. 2, with the State of Oregon Department of Human Services, Aging and People with Disabilities Division for the Provision of the Oregon Money Management Program as the Regional Coordinator for the Four (4) County Metro Aging & Disabilities Resource Connection Consortium – Social Services

B. Department of Transportation & Development

  1. Delegation of Authority to the Director of the Department of Transportation & Development to Execute a Quitclaim of a Permanent Slope Easement for a Planned Redeployment Adjacent to SE Sunnyside Road

C. Elected Officials

  1. Approval of Previous Business Meeting Minutes – BCC

D. Business & Community Services

  1. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between Clackamas County, the City of Oregon City, Metro and the State of Oregon, State Parks for the Willamette Falls Legacy Project Site

VI. DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

  1. Approval of a Disposition and Development Agreement with LaNoue Development LLC for Acquisition of Real Property

VII. WATER ENVIRONMENT SERVICES
(Service District No. 1, Tri-City Service District & Surface Water Management Agency of Clackamas County)

  1. Approval and Acceptance of a Service Connection Mortgage in the North Clackamas Service Area for Clackamas County Service District No. 1.
  2. Approval of the Contract Documents with PeroxyChem LLC to Furnish and Install a 15% Peracetic Acid Turn Key Dosing System, Equipment Maintenance and Technical Services for the Tri-City Water Pollution Control Plant - Purchasing
  3. Approval of Contract Documents between Clackamas County Service District No. 1 and OBEC Consulting Engineers, Inc. for Consulting Services Related to the Clackamas County Service District No. 1 82nd Dr. Bridge North Approach Replacement Project - Purchasing

VIII. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE

IX. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION

MEETING ADJOURNED – 8:57 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. You may also order copies from any library in Clackamas County or the Clackamas County Government Channel. www.clackamas.us/bcc/business.html

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