Beginning Board Order No. 2021-18
CALL TO ORDER
- Roll Call
- Pledge of Allegiance
Ice Storm Updates
I. PRESENTATION (Following are items of interest to the citizens of the County)
- South County Drive to Zero Project Winners of the Drive to Zero Art Contest
II. CONSENT AGENDA (The following Items are considered to be routine, and therefore will not be allotted individual discussion time on the agenda. Many of these items have been discussed by the Board in Work Sessions. The items on the Consent Agenda will be approved in one motion unless a Board member requests, before the vote on the motion, to have an item considered at its regular place on the agenda.)
- Approval of Agreement with ODOT, Rail and Public Transit Division, for FTA 5311 Rural Transportation Funds for COVID related Operations of Mt Hood Express. The maximum to be funded would be $205,000, no match is required. Funding is through Federal Transit Administration 5311 Rural Transportation Funds. No general funds are involved. – Social Services
- Approval of Professional Services Agreement with Oregon EMS Specialists LLC, to provide services as Associate Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Medical Directors Contract maximum for Oregon EMS Specialists LLC is $262,185. No general funds are involved. – Public Health
- Approval of Professional Services Agreement with Northwest Permanente, P.C. to provide services as Associate Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Medical Directors. Contract maximum for Northwest Permanente is $264,097. No general funds are involved. – Public Health
- Approval of First Amendment to an Intergovernmental Agreement between Clackamas County and the City of Beaverton for Provisions of Permit Processing and Building Inspection/Plan Review (BI/PR) Services. Negotiated rate for service is $44.82/hour or $49.73/overtime hour. Funding from Building Codes Division, fee for service revenues. No general fund.
- Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with City of Happy Valley for the Pleasant Valley Villages Phases 2-13 Planned Unit Development. There is no financial impact associated with this agreement.
- Approval of a Resolution Declaring the Public Necessity and Purpose for Acquisition of Rights of Way, Easements, and Fee Property for the Boardman Creek Headwall Repair Project and Authorizing Good Faith Negotiations and Condemnation Actions. Right of Way acquisition costs are estimated not to exceed $16,000. No general funds.
- Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between Clackamas County and the City of Canby to Transfer Permitting Authority and Maintenance Responsibility for of Portions N. Locust Street (County Road #1782, DTD #31077, N. Maple Street (County Road #2579, DTD #31029) and S. Redwood Street (County Road #0277, DTD #41023) to the City. Transfer costs are based on the actual cost of a 2” asphalt overlay, preoverlay preparation and ADA improvements totally $348,523. No general funds.
- Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between Clackamas County and the City of Canby to Transfer Permitting Authority and Maintenance Responsibility for Portions of N. Maple Street (County Road #2579, DTD #31029) and N. Redwood Street (County Road #2163, DTD #31017) to the City. Transfer costs are based on the actual cost of a 2” asphalt overlay and ADA improvements totally $433,342. No general funds.
- A Board Order Adopting the Vacation of a Portion of Deer Park Road in the Welches area. No funds are involved.
- *Approval to Partner with Molalla River Watch in Applying for an Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board Grant for the Replacement of the Woodcock Creek (Grimm Rd) Bridge #06267; Total Construction project cost: $ 660,000-Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board Grant: $330,000, Road Fund Match: $330,000. Included in the request is BCC letter of support.
- Approval of Amendment #2 with Moss Adams LLP for Annual Financial Audit Services. Amendment #2 adds one year of audit services for $326,200 for a total contract not to exceed $1,777,700 funded by cost allocation and general funds through the finance department.
- Approval of Amendment #1 with Oregon Emergency Management FEMA 4499-DR-ORFEMA- State Agreement for the Coronavirus Disease. This is ongoing and the fiscal impact is unknown at this time. Funding is through FEMA not general funds.
- Enter into a License Agreement with Jason and Kristie Boyd to access and board up to two horses at property donated to the County by John and Marilee Wetten.
- Approval to Apply to be in a Subrecipient Agreement with Clackamas Women’s Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant. The $154,994 in funds requested will fund a .5 Full Time Employee with funding coming through the office for victims of crime. - Clackamas County District Attorney
III. PUBLIC COMMUNICATION (The Chair of the Board will call for statements from citizens regarding issues relating to County government. It is the intention that this portion of the agenda shall be limited to items of County business which are properly the object of Board consideration and may not be of a personal nature. Testimony is limited to three (3) minutes. Comments shall be respectful and courteous to all.)
IV. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE (the following item was signed in accordance with Clackamas County)
- Emergency Declaration 2020-14 due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency
V. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION