Board of County Commissioners' Business Meeting (In-Person and Virtual Meeting) - Oct. 14, 2021 *Revised

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*Updated beginning Board Order #, Added I.1-3, II.A, II.B,
II.C, II.D 2-3, II.E, II.F, II.G, and III.1

*Beginning Board Order No. 2021-79

CALL TO ORDER

  • Roll Call
  • Pledge of Allegiance

***COVID-19 Updates

I. *HOUSING AUTHORITY 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.)

  1. Approval to execute a construction contract between the Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) and A-1 Quality Construction for Scattered Site Roof Project #21001. Not to Exceed $163,120. Funded through HUD Federal Capital Grant Funds. No County General Funds are involved. – HACC
  2. Approval to execute contract between Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) and Clackamas Women’s Services to provide Supportive Housing Case Management and Housing Navigation and Placement services. Total contract value is $298,549. Funded through Supportive Housing Services Program funding. No County General Funds are involved. – HACC
  3. Approval to execute contract between Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) and Greater New Hope Family Services LLC to provide Supportive Housing Case Management and Housing Navigation and Placement services. Total contract value is $566,100. Funded through Supportive Housing Services Program funding. No County General Funds are involved. – HACC
  4. Approval to execute contract between Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) and Northwest Family Services to provide Supportive Housing Case Management, Housing Navigation and Placement, and Short-term Rental Assistance services. Total contract value is $900,156. Funded through Supportive Housing Services Program funding. No County General Funds are involved. – HACC

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.)

  1. *Health, Housing & Human Services
    1. Approval of Amendment #1 to an Intergovernmental Agreement with the University of Wyoming, Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center for data collection addressing the abuse of opioids in Clackamas County. Amendment #1 adds $50,000 for a total contract value of $150,000. Funded through the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. No County General Funds are involved. – CFCC
    2. Approval to apply for funding opportunity with CareOregon for CareOregon Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) Model Funds. Award amount will be up to $30,000. No matching funds required. Funding is through CareOregon. No County General Funds are involved. – Health Centers
    3. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Gladstone School District to provide evidence-based Parenting Education Classes. Maximum agreement value is $23,200 funded through Oregon Community Foundation. No County General Funds are involved. – CFCC
    4. Approval to apply for funding opportunity OHA-RFA-5250 with Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for Elimination of Behavioral Health Inequities Funds. Award amount will be up to $50,000. No matching funds required. Funding is through Oregon Health Authority. No County General Funds are involved. – Health Centers
    5. Approval of Amendment #1 to Personal Services Contract #8132 with Genoa Healthcare LLC for Telepsychiatry Services. Amendment #1 adds $75,000 for a total not to exceed of $200,000. Funding is through Health Center’s fee for services. No County General Funds are involved. – Health Centers/Procurement
    6. Approval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Northwest Housing Alternatives to Provide Homeless Shelter Services. Grant funds of $50,000 funded through HUD Community Development Block Grants. No County General Funds are involved. – Community Development
    7. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Oregon Trail School District No. 46 for facility use. Contract not to exceed $18,000 for one year. Funding is through Health Center clinics fee for service revenue. No County General Funds are involved. – Health Centers
    8. Approval of the Intergovernmental Agreement with Oregon Health and Sciences University and Clackamas County as the Local Public Health Authority to provide COVID-19 testing for vulnerable populations within congregate settings. Contract value is $50,000. Funding is provided by the State of Oregon. No County General Funds are involved. – Public Health
    9. Approval of Amendment #1 to the Intergovernmental Agreement with the State of Oregon and Clackamas County as the Local Public Health Authority for Clackamas County for the provision of public health related services. Amendment #1 adds $813,565 for a new total not to exceed value of $3,612,838. Funding is provided by the State of Oregon. No County General Funds are involved – Public Health
    10. Approval of a Contract with The Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon for Overdose Recovery Services. Maximum contract value not to exceed $295,901. Funding through State of Oregon, Community Mental Health Program funds. No County General Funds are involved. – Behavioral Health
    11. Approval of a Contract with NAMI Clackamas for Adult Peer Delivered Services – Community Education. Contract maximum value not to exceed $200,828. Funding through State of Oregon, Oregon Health Plan funds. No County General Funds are involved. – Behavioral Health
    12. Approval of a Contract with The Living Room for Afterschool Drop-In for LGBTQI+ Youth and Young Adults. Maximum contract value not to exceed $414,386. Funding through State of Oregon, Oregon Health Plan funds. No County General Funds are involved. – Behavioral Health
    13. Approval of a Contract with The Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon for Older Adult Peer Delivered Services. Maximum contract value not to exceed $295,901. Funding through State of Oregon, Community Mental Health Program funds. No County General Funds are involved. – Behavioral Health
    14. Approval of Amendment #2 to the Intergovernmental Agreement with the State of Oregon and Clackamas County as the Local Public Health Authority. Amendment #2 adds $12,584 for overdose prevention services. Bringing Contract not to exceed value to $3,625,422. Funding is provided by the State of Oregon. No County General Funds are involved. – Public Health
    15. Approval of application to Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs for the annual allocation of County Veterans Service Office operational funds in the amount of $278,321. No County General Funds are involved. – Social Services
    16. Approval of a Contract with Folk-Time, Inc. for Mobile Crisis Team Services. Contract maximum value not to exceed $518,949. Funding through State of Oregon, Community Mental Health Program (CMHP) funds. No County General Funds are involved. – Behavioral Health
    17. Approval of Local Subrecipient Grant Agreement with Clackamas County Children’s Commission (CCCC) to provide evidence-based Parenting Education Classes in Clackamas County. Agreement maximum value is $15,200, funded through Oregon Community Foundation and Oregon State University. No County General Funds are involved. – CFCC
    18. Approval of a Federal Subrecipient Grant Amendment #2 with Northwest Family Services (NWFS) to continue service delivery of the Rural Opioid Prevention & Early Screening (ROPES) program in Clackamas County. Amendment #2 adds $95,000 for a new total award amount of $284,360.51. Funded through the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. No County General Funds are involved. – CFCC
    19. Approval of Amendment #1 to Intergovernmental Agreement with Oregon Health Authority for Covid-19 Vaccination Operations. Amendment #1 adds $800,000 for a new contract not to exceed value of $1,800,000. Funding is through the Oregon Health Authority. No County General Funds are involved. – Public Health
    20. Approval of a Cooperation Agreement with Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine to fund a portion of the construction expenses for the Clackamas Community College Health Clinic Project in Oregon City. Agreement provides funding of $650,000, funded through Community Development Block Grant CARES Act funds. No County General Funds are involved. – Community Development
    21. Approval to accept funding from Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for American Rescue Plan (APR) – Health Center Construction and Capital Investment for equipment costs of the Sandy Health Center. Funding agreement is for $700,134. No County General Funds are involved. – Health Centers
    22. Approval of Amendment #02 to a Subrecipient Agreement with ColumbiaCare Services, Inc. for Residential Treatment Services. Amendment extends the term of the Agreement three months to December 31, 2021, with no change to Agreement cost. Agreement is funded through State of Oregon, Community Mental Health Program funds. No County General Funds are involved. – Behavioral Health
    23. Approval of the Intergovernmental Agreement with Portland State University for Trauma Informed Care Training and Consultation. Maximum agreement value is $6,700. Funding through Behavioral Health fund balance. No County General Funds are involved. – Behavioral Health
  2. *Transportation & Development
    1. Approval to Amend the Safe Routes to School Intergovernmental Agreement with the Oregon Department of Transportation to construct a new crosswalk at SE Fuller Road and SE Causey Ave. This amendment adds additional seven months to complete the project. There is no fiscal impact. The total cost of the project remains $185,588 funded through an ODOT grant award and the Road Fund. No County General Funds are involved.
  3. *Finance Department
    1. Approval of the Clackamas County Signage on County Property Policy. No financial impact.
    2. Approval of the Clackamas County Identification and Access Badge Issuance Policy. No financial impact.
  4. Elected Officials
    1. Approval of Previous Business Meeting Minutes – BCC
    2. *Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) for the Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program. Total project cost is $25,000 including a 14.99% matching fund requirement. The CCSO will be reimbursed a maximum of $21,252.50, funded by federal pass through ODOT. Match funded through CCSO budgeted County General Funds. - CCSO
    3. *Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) for Traffic Patrol and Law Enforcement for Work Zones. Agreement value is $400,000, funded through ODOT. No County General Funds are involved. - CCSO
  5. *Administration
    1. Approval of a funding agreement between Clackamas County and the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC). Total agreement value is $62,050 funded through budgeted County General Funds.
  6. *Business & Community Services
    1. Approval of contract with Baker & Taylor, LLC for book and digital media purchasing and processing services for the Oak Lodge and Gladstone libraries. Total contract value is $795,000 funded through budgeted Oak Lodge and Gladstone Library District funds. No County General Funds are involved. – Library District
  7. *Juvenile
    1. Approval of Grant Agreement #15662 with the State of Oregon Acting by and through its Department of Education on behalf of the Youth Development Division. This grant is the ongoing biennium allocation for Juvenile Crime Prevention Services. The maximum grant value is $475,248 for the 2021-2023 biennium. Funding is through the State of Oregon. No County General Funds are involved.
    2. Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement #14697 with the State of Oregon acting by and through its Oregon Youth Authority to Provide Funding for Juvenile Crime Prevention Basic Services and Diversion Services. This IGA is the ongoing biennium allocation of Juvenile Crime Prevention Basic and Diversion funding. The maximum contract value is $2,032,788 for the 2021-2023 biennium. Funding is through the State of Oregon. No County General Funds are involved.
    3. Approval of Amendment No. 5 to the Intergovernmental Agreement No. 931488 with Metro for Litter Pick-up near the Metro South Transfer Station. This amendment extends the duration of the IGA only. There is no fiscal impact. No County General Funds are involved.

III. *WATER ENVIRONMENT SERVICES 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.)

  1. Approval of a Contract between Water Environment Services and Jacobs Engineering Inc., for Owner Representation Services of the Tri-City Outfall Project. Total contract value is $462,468 funded through WES Capital Improvement 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.)
Please note, the ideas expressed during public communication do not necessarily reflect the ideas or beliefs of Clackamas County or the Board of County Commissioners.

V. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE

VI. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION