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Board of County Commissioners' Business Meeting Minutes

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Tuesday, May 4, 2017 – 10:00 a.m.
Public Services Building
2051 Kaen Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045

PRESENT:

CALL TO ORDER

I.  PRESENTATIONS

  1. Proclaiming the Week of May 7, 2017 as Clean & Plentiful Drinking Water Week in Clackamas County
    Greg Geist, Water Environment Services presented the staff report.  He introduced Joel Ferguson, H3S and Kim Swan, Clackamas River Water who also spoke supporting the clean drinking water proclamation.  Greg Geist read the Proclamation.
    Chair Bernard asked for a motion.

MOTION:

Commissioner Schrader: I move we Proclaim the week of May 7, 2017 as Clean and Plentiful Drinking water in Clackamas County.
Commissioner Fischer: Second.
~Board Discussion~
  all those in favor/opposed:
Commissioner Fischer: Aye.
Commissioner Humberston: Aye.
Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Chair Bernard: Aye – the Ayes have it, the motion passes 5-0.

  1. Presentation for Mental Health Awareness in Clackamas County
    Mary Rumbaugh, Behavioral Health Director and Ally, Peer Support Coordinator presented the staff report including a PowerPoint presentation.  Mary recognized Janie Marsh, Mental Health Association of Oregon, Amanda Willard, Youth MOVE, Shannon Farr, Folk Time, Angel Prater, David Romprey Warm Line and Lifeworks NW and David Dedrickson, Homeless Veterans Peer Support of Clackamas County as Super Heart Heroes for their work with peer support in Clackamas County.

~Board Discussion~

II. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION
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  1. Peter Nordbye, Brightwood – representing the Democratic Party of Clackamas County.  Spoke regarding fairness for all citizens, submitted a resolution.
  2. William Street, Milwaukie – protections for migrant workers.
  3. Andrea Williams, Oak Grove – request the Board approve an Inclusivity resolution.
  4. Francisco Aquire, spoke in support of an inclusivity resolution.
  5. Brianard Brauer, Oregon City – traffic safety on Redland Road.
  6. Alberto Moreno, Portland - spoke in support of an inclusivity resolution.

~Board Discussion~

*Commissioner Schrader excused to attend another meeting.

III.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

1. Second Reading of 3 Ordinances for Proposed Amendments to the Clackamas County Code
Stephen Madkour, County Counsel stated Ordinance No. 05-2017 requires further review and will come back before the Board for a second reading at the June 15, 2017 Business meeting. 

  1. Ordinance No. 03-2017 Amendments to Title 3, Elections.

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

MOTION:

Commissioner Savas: I move we read Ordinance No. 03-2017 by title only.
Commissioner Humberston: Second.
  all those in favor/opposed:
Commissioner Fischer: Aye.
Commissioner Humberston: Aye.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Chair Bernard: Aye – the Ayes have it, the motion passes 4-0.
Ask for a motion to adopt.

MOTION:

Chair Bernard: Motion to adopt Ordinance 03-2017.
Commissioner Humberston: Second.
  all those in favor/opposed:
Commissioner Fischer: Aye.
Commissioner Humberston: Aye.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Chair Bernard: Aye – the Ayes have it, the motion passes 4-0.

2. Ordinance No. 04-2017 Amendments to Chapter 6.06, Park Rules and Declaring an emergency.

Stephen Madkour presented Ordinance No. 03-2017.
Chair Bernard opened the public hearing and asked if anyone would like to speak, seeing none he closed the public hearing and asked for a motion.

MOTION:

Commissioner Humberston: I move we read Ordinance No. 04-2017 by title only.
Commissioner Fischer: Second.
  all those in favor/opposed:
Commissioner Fischer: Aye.
Commissioner Humberston: Aye.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Chair Bernard: Aye – the Ayes have it, the motion passes 4-0.
Ask for a motion to adopt.

MOTION:

Commissioner Savas: I move with today’s proposed changes adopt ordinance No. 04-2017 amending Clackamas County Code Chapter 6.06, Park Rules and Declaring an emergency.
Commissioner Humberston: Second.
  all those in favor/opposed:
Commissioner Fischer: Aye.
Commissioner Humberston: Aye.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Chair Bernard: Aye – the Ayes have it, the motion passes 4-0.

3)  REMOVED - Ordinance No. 05-2017 Amendments to Chapter 8.02, Transient Room Tax and Declaring an emergency.  Ordinance No. 05-2017 requires addition review, it will come back for a second reading at the June 15, 2017 Business meeting at 10 AM.

2. Board Order No. _____ Approving the Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan for Public Rights-of-Way
Mike Bezner, Dept. of Transportation & Development presented the staff report. 
~Board Discussion~
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Chair Bernard opened the public hearing and asked is anyone wished to speak, there was not public comment.
Commissioner Fischer asked if we could hold this issue over for further review. 
The Board agreed to have this item come back before the Board at the June 15, 2017 July 6, 2017 Business Meeting at 10 AM.

IV.  CONSENT AGENDA
Chair Bernard asked the Clerk to read the consent agenda by title, he then asked for a motion.

MOTION:

Commissioner Humberston: I move we approve the consent agenda.
Commissioner Fischer: Second.
  all those in favor/opposed:
Commissioner Fischer: Aye.
Commissioner Humberston: Aye.
Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
Commissioner Savas: Aye.
Chair Bernard: Aye – the Ayes have it, the motion passes 4-0.

A.     Health, Housing & Human Services

Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement with Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet) for Oregon Department of Transportation Special Transportation Formula Discretionary Funds for Services for Clackamas County Seniors and People with Disabilities – Social Services

B.     Elected Officials

  1. Approval of Previous Business Meeting Minutes – BCC

C.     Public & Government Affairs

  1. Board Order No. 2017-38 Approving an Extension of the Cable Television Franchise with Canby Telephone Association (dba Canby Telcom)

V. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE
http://www.clackamas.us/bcc/business.html

VI. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION
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And to end, today’s meeting, I’d like to relay some sad news. Over the weekend, we lost of our long-time television and video producers, Marc Ivanish.
Marc worked with the county for over 16 years and played a key role in many of our most important productions. Since 2001, he directed, edited, or voiced over a thousand videos for us. He was known by staff as “The Voice of Clackamas County”.
Marc was a fixture in our production booth, typically being the video director of our weekly business meetings. He had probably been to more business meetings than all of us. Maybe more than anyone ever.
He was the lead producer for Town Halls and other high-profile events like the Larry Dahl Memorial Rededication or State of the County.
Marc’s knowledge and experience was second to none. He was diligent, incredibly reliable, and by all accounts, a great guy.
Our condolences go to his surviving family, including his son Dylan. He will be missed by staff, producers, and all involved in our production process.
We will adjourned today’s meeting in memory of Marc.

MEETING ADJOURNED – 12:00 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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