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Thursday, June 8, 2017 – 10:00 AM
Public Services Building
2051 Kaen Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045

PRESENT:

CALL TO ORDER

I. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION

  1. Brian Johnson, Gladstone – spoke regarding several questions/concerns.
  2. Chris Hawes, Damascus – support of the sale of the Damascus Lane Property.
  3. Chips Janger, Oak Grove – support Metro Grant, Land Use issue at Parr Lumber site.
  4. Les Poole, Gladstone – road issues and transportation funding package.

Board Discussion

II. PUBLIC DISCUSSION ITEM

    County Administration

  1. Resolution No. 2017-51 for the Purpose of Affirming Clackamas County as a Welcoming and Inclusive County
  2. ~Board Discussion~

    Chair Bernard opened for public comment and the following people spoke regarding the resolution.

    1. Laura Hennig, Oregon City – does not support resolution.
    2. William Street, Milwaukie – supports resolution.
    3. Steven Amick, Beavercreek – supports resolution.
    4. Rev. Zachary Harmon, Wilsonville – supports resolution.
    5. JoAnne Forsyth, West Linn – supports resolution.
    6. Kate Rohde, Oak Grove – supports resolution.
    7. Cristina Marquez, Salem – spoke in support.
    8. Carmen Gonzales, Wilsonville – spoke in support via translator.
    9. Kris Duncan, West Linn – supports resolution.

    ~Board Discussion~ http://www.clackamas.us/bcc/business.htm

    Chair Bernard asked for a motion.

    MOTION:
    Commissioner Humberston: I move we approve the Resolution for the Purpose of Affirming Clackamas County as a Welcoming and Inclusive County.
    Commissioner Savas: 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 5-0.
    Commissioner Humberston read the resolution in full.

III. READING AND ADOPTION OF PREVIOUSLY APPROVED LAND USE ORDINANCE
(No public testimony on this item)

  1. ZDO-264 - Adoption of Zoning & Development Ordinance 264, Amendments to the Zoning and Development Ordinance to Implement Changes to the County’s Marijuana-Related Land Use Regulations Previously approved at the 5-17-17 Land Use Hearing
  2. MOTION:
    Commissioner Humberston: I move we table this issue pending further discussion with staff and the Board at a subsequent Work Session.
    Commissioner Savas: 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 5-0.

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

  1. REMOVED (will be on 6-15-17) Second Reading of Ordinance No. 05-2017 Amending Chapter 8.02, Transient Room Tax of the Clackamas County Code and Declaring an Emergency (Stephen Madkour, County Counsel) First reading was 4-13-17
  2. The Board will adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and convene as the Governing Body of Water Environment Services for the next item.

  3. First Reading of Ordinance No. 10-2017 for Water Environment Services Establishing the Rules and Regulations Regarding Sanitary Sewer and Surface Water Management Services and Declaring an Emergency - 2nd reading will be 6-22-17
  4. Ron Wierenga, Water Environment Services presented the staff report.

    Chair Bernard opened the public hearing and asked if anyone wished to speak, seeing none he closed the public hearing and asked for a motion to read the ordinance by title only.

    MOTION:
    Commissioner Schrader: I move we read the ordinance by title only.
    Commissioner Humberston: 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 5-0.
    Chair Bernard asked the Clerk to assign a number and read the ordinance by title only. He announced the second reading will be June 22, 2017 at the regular scheduled business meeting.

    The Board adjourned as the Governing Body of Water Environment Services and convene Surface Water Management of Clackamas County for the next item.

  5. Resolution No. 2017-52 for a Supplemental Budget Greater than 10% for Surface Water Management Agency of Clackamas County
  6. Doug Waugh, Water Environment Services presented the staff report.

    Chair Bernard 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 Humberston: I move we approve the resolution for a Supplemental Budget Greater than 10% for Surface Water Management Agency of Clackamas County.
    Commissioner Schrader: 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 5-0.

    The Board adjourned as Surface Water Management of Clackamas County and convene as Tri-City Service District for the next item.

  7. Resolution No. 2017-53 for a Supplemental Budget Greater than 10% for Tri-City Service District
  8. Doug Waugh, Water Environment Services presented the staff report.

    Chair Bernard 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 Humberston: I move we approve the resolution for a Supplemental Budget Greater than 10% for Tri-City Service District
    Commissioner Schrader: 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 5-0.

    The Board adjourned as Tri-City Service District and convene as the Board of County Commissioners for the remainder of the meeting.

V. CONSENT AGENDA

Chair Bernard asked the Clerk to read the consent agenda by title.

Commissioner Savas and Commissioner Humberston made comments regarding consent agenda item D.2.

Commissioner Savas: I move to approve the consent agenda.
Commissioner Humberston: 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 5-0.

A. Health, Housing & Human Services

  1. Approval of a Construction Contract with Jim Smith Excavating for the Addie Street Improvements Project in Gladstone – Housing & Community Development
  2. Approval of an Agreement with Clackamas Women’s Services for Camp HOPE 2017 – Children, Youth & Families
  3. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement Amendment with Oregon Department of Education, Early Learning Division for Healthy Families Program - Children, Youth & Families
  4. Approval of Amendment No. 2 to the Intergovernmental Revenue Agreement with Oregon Department of Education Early Learning Hub for Focused Child Care Networks - Children, Youth & Families
  5. Approval of Amendment No.17 for the Intergovernmental Agreement with the State of Oregon, acting by and through its Oregon Health Authority, for Operation as the Local Public Health Authority for Clackamas County – Public Health
  6. Approval of an Intergovernmental Revenue Agreement with Lane County, for On-line Food Handlers Training/Testing project – Public Health
  7. Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement No. 154166 with the State of Oregon, Department of Human Services, Aging and People with Disabilities Division for the Provision of the Oregon Money Management Program in Clackamas County – Social Services
  8. Approval of Amendment No. 2 to an Agency Service Contract with Clackamas Women’s Services Providing Temporary Emergency Housing – Social Services
  9. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to an Agency Service Contract with NW Housing Alternatives, Inc. Providing Financial Assistance and Temporary Emergency Housing – Social Services
  10. Approval of a Grant Agreement from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, Continuum of Care Program for the HOPE II Leasing Program for the Purpose of Providing Permanent Housing – Social Services
  11. Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement No. 153117 with the State of Oregon, Acting by and through its Oregon Health Authority, for Operation of the Community Mental Health Program in Clackamas County – Behavioral Health

B. Department of Transportation & Development

  1. Board Order No. 2017-54 Designating Maximum Weight Limitations on Faubion Loop Road and Suter Road
  2. Board Order No.2017-55 Designating a Temporary Maximum Weight Limitation on Kuehn Road
  3. Approval of a Revision to Board Approved Renewal of a Franchise Agreement with Waste Management of Oregon, Inc. to Operate the Clackamas County Garbage & Recycling Transfer Station
  4. Resolution No. 2017-56 to Approve the 5-Year Transportation Capital Improvement Program
  5. Approval of a Personal/Professional Services Contract with Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. to Develop a Comprehensive Transportation Asset Management Strategic Plan – Procurement

C. Elected Officials

  1. Approval of Previous Business Meeting Minutes - BCC

D. Administration

  1. Board Order No. 2017-57 Approval of Clackamas County Resolution Services as the Eligible Grantee for Community Dispute Resolution Funding as Determined by the Oregon Office for Community Dispute Resolution
  2. Board Authorization to Sell Real Property Received Via the City of Damascus Disincorporation (Damascus Lane)

E. County Counsel

  1. Approval of a Transfer of a Remnant parcel of Land Located in the Vicinity of Sunnyside Road and 162nd Avenue to Suntree Inc.
  2. Resolution No. 2017-58 Allowing Ministerial Signatures by Authorized Signors to Improve Efficiency in Contract Execution

F. Juvenile Department

  1. Approval of Amendment No. 5 to the Intergovernmental Agreement with Multnomah County for Assessment and Evaluation Beds
  2. Approval of Amendment No. 7 to the Intergovernmental Agreement with Multnomah County for Secure Custody Detention Beds for Juvenile Offenders

G. Business & Community Services

  1. Approval of a Conservation and Access Agreement with Portland Water Bureau on Clackamas County Property
  2. Approval of a Modification of Grant or Agreement between Clackamas County and the USDA Forest Service – Mt. Hood National Forest for the Dump Stoppers Program
  3. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between Clackamas County and Clackamas Education Service District for Internet Service

VI. NORTH CLACKAMAS PARKS & RECREATION DISTRICT

  1. Approval of an Amendment to the Metro Nature and Neighborhoods Capital Grant Contract, for the Spring Park Natural Area Enhancement Project

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

VIII. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION
http://www.clackamas.us/bcc/business.html

MEETING ADJOURNED – 12:36 PM

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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