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Thursday, July 6, 2017 – 10:00 AM
Public Services Building
2051 Kaen Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045

PRESENT:

CALL TO ORDER

I. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION
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  1. Les Poole, Gladstone – Road funding, zoning at Park Ave., supporting the Fair.

II. PUBLIC DISCUSSION ITEM

Public & Government Affairs

  1. Resolution No. 2017-85 Reaffirming Clackamas County’s Commitment to Combat Climate Change
  2. Gary Schmidt, Public & Government Affairs presented the staff report.

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

    *Commissioner Savas excused to attend another meeting.

    Chair Bernard asked if anyone wished to speak.

    1. Lisa Adaito, Lake Oswego- spoke in support of the resolution.
    2. Sandy Polishuk, Portland – spoke in support of the resolution.
    3. Elizabeth Willis, Wilsonville, Representing the League of Women Voters – spoke in support of resolution.
    4. Dorothy Atwood, Lake Oswego – Supports version one of the resolution.

    MOTION:
    Commissioner Fischer: I move we approve the resolution reaffirming Clackamas County’s Commitment to combat climate change with the following amendment, after Now, therefore add a new paragraph that reads: Support efforts to encourage the use of new lower omission technologies in public buses such as those operated by transit agencies and school districts.
    Commissioner Humberston: Second.
    all those in favor/opposed:
    Commissioner Fischer: Aye.
    Commissioner Humberston: Aye.
    Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
    Chair Bernard: Aye - the motion passes 4-0.

    Commissioner Bernard stated there were two people who came late to speak under Citizen Communication, we will take their comments now:

    1. Damien Hall, Attorney representing Cypress Creek Renewables, who are developing two a solar projects in Clackamas County. Submitted written testimony.
    2. Chris Hawes, Damascus – wanted to thank the County for their work and support with the Damascus Lane property.

III. 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 Schrader: Second.
all those in favor/opposed:
Commissioner Fischer: Aye.
Commissioner Humberston: Aye.
Commissioner Schrader: Aye.
Chair Bernard: Aye – the Ayes have it, the motion passes 4-0.

A. Health, Housing & Human Services

  1. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between Community Solutions for Clackamas County and the State of Oregon Department of Energy for Weatherization Services – Community Solutions
  2. Approval of Service Contract Renewals between Clackamas County and Alpha Energy Savers, Inc.; Green Energy Solutions, Inc.; Green Horizons Weatherization LLC; Performance Insulation and Energy Services, Inc.; Richart Family Inc. and Energy Comfort and Construction LLC for Multiple Weatherization Projects – Community Solutions
  3. Approval of Amendment No. 8 to the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 Agreement with Oregon Housing and Community Services for the Transfer of Program Income – Housing & Community Development
  4. Approval of Amendment No. 5 to the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 Agreement with Oregon Housing and Community Services for the Transfer of Program Income – Housing & Community Development
  5. Approval of Amendment No. 2 to the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 Agreement with Oregon Housing and Community Services for Grant Closeout – Housing & Community Development
  6. Approval of Amendment No. 4 to the Intergovernmental Agreement with Multnomah County, for a Public Health Officer – Public Health
  7. Approval of an Agency Services Contract with Compass Group USA, Inc. d.b.a. Bateman Community Living for Food Service for Five Clackamas County Older Americans Act Nutrition Program Meal Sites – Social Services
  8. Approval of an Interagency Agreement with North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District, Milwaukie Center, to Provide Social Services for Clackamas County Residents age 60 and over – Social Services
  9. Approval of an Agency Service Agreement with Clackamas Women’s Services for Emergency Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence – Social Services

B. Juvenile Department

  1. Approval of Personal Services Contract Amendment No. 2 and Renewal No. 2 with the Boys and Girls Aid Society to Provide Emergency Shelter Services for Youth - Procurement

C. Business & Community Services

  1. Approval of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Local Workforce Development Board, Clackamas Workforce Partnership, and Others Relating to the Operation of the WorkSource Clackamas One-Stop Service Delivery System

IV. NORTH CLACKAMAS PARKS & RECREATION DISTRICT

  1. Approval of a Grant Agreement with the Oregon State Marine Board as part of the Maintenance Assistance Program for FY 2017-18
  2. Approval of Amendment No. 2 to an Agreement with Envise, Inc. for Full Coverage Mechanical Services to Maintain Facility Equipment at the North Clackamas Aquatic Park - Procurement

VI. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE
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VII. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION
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MEETING ADJOURNED – 11:23 AM

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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