WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 2018
(1) (a) Consider approval of Commission Orders;
(b) Consider approval to purchase a concrete pump for Public Works (Doug Stephens);
(c) Consider awarding road maintenance contracts for Project No. 2018-01 Chip Seals and Project No. 2018-05 Bituminous Frictional Sealing (Keith Browning); and
(d) Consider approval of Judicial & Law Enforcement Center park lot curb and sidewalk replacement (David Sparkes).
(2) Approve the 2018-2022 five-year Capital Improvement Plan (Sarah Plinsky/Keith Browning)
(3) (a) Consider approval of Accounts Payable (if necessary)
-Board of Zoning Appeals (1) positions 10/17
-Building Code of Appeals Board (2) positions 12/16
-Community Corrections Advisory Board (1) position open (edu); (1) 08/31/18
-Douglas County Emergency Management Board (1) position
-Fire District No. 2 (2) positions
-Heritage Conservation Council (1) position
-JAAA Advisory Council (2) position
-JAAA Board of Directors (1) position
-Joint Economic Development Council (2) positions
-Lawrence-Douglas County Advocacy Council on Aging (2) open positions
-MPO Bicycle Advisory Committee (1) position
-Mental Health Board (1) position 04/18
-Planning Commission (1) position 05/18
-Property Crimes Compensation Board (2) positions
-Senior Resource Center (1) positon 12/31/18
(c) Public Comment
Thellman moved approval of the following Consent Agenda:
► Commission Order No. 18-036 on file in the office the County Clerk);
► Authorized staff to access the Sourcewell cooperative contract for a Mayco concrete pump in the amount of $68,097.21 with Multiquip Essick for Public Works;
► Received results from bid openings and awarded road maintenance contracts for Project No. 2018-01 (Chip Seals) and Project No. 2018-05 (Bituminous Frictional Sealing); and
► Authorization for the Director of Maintenance to contract with Sunflower Paving curb and sidewalk replacement of the Judicial Law Enforcement building parking lot in the amount of $130,593.60 plus a 10% for contingency.
Motion was seconded by Derusseau and carried 3-0.
Sarah Plinsky, Assistant County Administrator, presented the Commissioners with the proposed Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for 2018-2022. This plan was reviewed by the Commission during the FY 2019 budget development process and how it fits into the 2019. The practice moving forward will be to adopt the CIP before the plan year.
Thellman moved accounts payable in the amounts of $159,943.21 to be paid on 08/02/18, and $2,637.04 paid on 07/30/18. Motion was seconded by Gaughan and carried 3-0.
Thellman moved to reappoint Bob Newton to the Emergency Management Board for a one-year term. Motion was seconded by Derusseau and carried.
Thellman moved to reappoint Kimberly Mahanna-Bellemere to the Heritage Conservation Council for a first full term. Motion was seconded by Derusseau and carried.
Thellman moved to reappoint Eric Struckhoff to the Planning Commission for a three-year term to expire 05/31/21. Motion was seconded by Derusseau and carried.
Thellman moved to reappoint Verdell Taylor to the Property Crimes Compensation Board for a first full term to expire in 05/31/21. Motion was seconded by Derusseau and carried.
Brent Hoffman, Justice Matters, stated an anonymous donor would like to contribute $30,000 to hire a consultant to do a comprehensive study of the Douglas County criminal justice system with the stipulation that the County must use one of three research organizations: The Justice Management Institute, Vera Institute of Justice or Justice System Partners.
Thellman moved to adjourn the meeting. Motion was seconded by Derusseau
and carried 3-0.
Nancy Thellman, Chair Michelle Derusseau, Vice-Chair
Jamie Shew, County Clerk Mike Gaughan, Member