Beginning Board Order No. 2021-19
CALL TO ORDER
- Roll Call
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Proposed DRAFT 4th Surge Statement
I. PUBLIC HEARINGS (The following items will be individually presented by County staff or other appropriate individuals. Persons appearing shall clearly identify themselves and the department or organization they represent. In addition, a synopsis of each item, together with a brief statement of the action being requested shall be made by those appearing on behalf of an agenda item.)
- Approval of Resolution _______ Adopting the Clackamas County Transit Development Plan. (Dan Johnson, Department of Transportation and Development)
- Public Hearing to Permit a Gate on Hofeldt Drive. (Dan Johnson, Department of Transportation and Development)
II. BOARD DISCUSSION ITEMS (The following items will be individually discussed by the Board only, followed by Board action.)
- Board Order _______ to Revise the Effective Date of Ordinance No. 09-2020 (Short-Term Rentals, Dan Johnson, Department of Transportation and Development)
III. 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 Intergovernmental Agreement #160440, Amendment 4 with The State of Oregon, Department of Human Services, Aging and People with Disabilities Division for the Provision of Services to Clackamas County Residents. This agreement is for $8,617,314 funded by federal Older American Act Funds and State General Funds. County General funds are using $318,473 to meet the match requirements for internal programs for the duration of this agreement.– Social Services
- Approval of a Federal Subrecipient Grant agreement with Central City Concern to provide Law Enforcement Diversion Program (LEAD) services. The total amount will be $318,032.84 funded through the Federal Domestic Assistance Fund and the County General Fund for Affordable Housing. – CFCC
- Approval to apply for a subrecipient grant award with Oregon Health and Science University (OSHU) for Partnership in an Institutional Review Board (IRB) study. OHSU will potentially pay Clackamas Health Center up to $219,419 over a period of four years. No general funds are involved and no matching funds are required. – Health Centers
- Approval of Amendment #18 and #19 to 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. Contract is increased by $6,093,870 bringing the contract maximum to $19,499,741. Funding is through the state, no general funds are involved. – Public Health
- Approval of Grant Agreement with Health Share of Oregon for the Help Me Grow Program (HMG). Contract maximum value is $80,000 with funding through the Health Share of Oregon, no general funds are involved. – Public Health
- Approval of an Amendment #1 with Do Good Multnomah for Veterans Village Services. Contract is not to exceed $210,006 this will include county general funds at a policy level proposal.- Admin
- Approval of a Local Agency Agreement No.34356 with Oregon Department of Transportation for the Knights Bridge Road: Molalla River Bridge #06520; Overall Project Cost Estimate: $3,601,086, funding from State Funded Local Project in the amount of $3,231,254 and County Road Fund totaling $369,832. No general fund.
- Approval of a Contract with Colehour + Cohen Inc. dba C+C for Strategic Marketing Consultant Services for Phases II & III of the County Drive to Zero Project- Total Contract Value $242,000.00; Drive to Zero Funds (General Funds) $187,450 + Oregon Department Of Transportation Safe Community Grant $54,550 – Procurement
- A Resolution Approving the Submission of The Assessor’s County Assessment Funding FA Grant Application for FY 2021-2022. This grants provides approximately 15% of the revenue for the Assessor’s Office.
- Resolution _______ Appointing Justices of the Peace Pro Tempore for the Clackamas County justice of the Peace District. Pro Tempore Judges are paid at an hourly rate of $48.55 plus .58 cents per mile for travel to and from the court building. This is included in the Justice Court Budget. - Clackamas County Justice Court
- Approval of a Subrecipient Agreement Amendment between the City of Portland and Clackamas County for purchase and reimbursement activities related to the use of the FY18 United States Department of Homeland Security’s Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) grant program. This amendment will have a $66,100 increase bringing the total to $443,381 with funding from FY18 Department of Homeland Security grant. No general fund dollars are involved.
- Approval to apply for FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) funds to upgrade the existing Upper Sandy River Flood Warning System. Total $85,000, 25% Local Match $21,250, Monthly Service Fees $630. General funds for the 25% match.
- Approval for FY2020 Emergency Management Performance Grant – Supplemental between Clackamas County and the State of Oregon. The grant agreement value is $43,066 and the grant is a 50% federal share grant that will reimburse Clackamas County Disaster Management for up to 50% of salaries and benefits for an employee who will focus on the COVID-19 response. This will include general fund.
- *Approval of Amendment #1 Dirgesh LLC dba Econo Lodge Southeast for Providing Hotel Rooms for Homeless Families and Individuals. This amendment will add $164,700 for an additional 61 units and nights of lodging. Total Contract value not to exceed $528,400, funded through the state general fund. No county general funds are involved.
- *Approval of Amendment #1 SRS LLC, A Limited Liability Company of Nevada dba Budget Inn Gladstone for Providing Hotel Rooms for Homeless Families and Individuals. Amendment will add $128,100 for an addition 61 units and nights of lodging, funded through state general funds. No county general funds are involved.
IV. 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.)
V. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE
VI. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION