Background: Approve the Minutes which summarize all business by the Board of Commissioners for the Business Meeting held on the date stated above.
Recommended Motion: Approve the minutes as presented. Fiscal Impact is None.
Background: Contraband in our correctional facilities has been a serious and dangerous issue. Combating this ongoing problem has been difficult. The Sheriff’s Office is requesting approval to purchase an IONSCAN 600 Trace Detection Unit sourced from Smith Detection, Inc, a Sole Source Distributor, via Command Sourcing. The unit will provide the ability to identify and neutralize threats before they make it into our facility by means of mail and packages. The unit is stand-alone with a 5-year extended warranty. The quote from Command Sourcing for the IONSCAN 600 Trace Detection Unit is $41,029.42.
Recommended Motion: Approve the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office to accept the quote in the amount of $41,029.42 from Command Source to purchase a IONSCAN 600 Trace Detection Unit. The equipment totaling $41,029.42 will be capitalized. Fiscal Impact: The IONSCAN 600 Trace Detection Unit totaling $41,029.42 capital purchase and will be paid for with the budget committee approved Sheriff’s Office – Corrections Equipment Reserve Fund.
Background: The Veterans Advisory Council has vacancies and has recommended the appointment of Joe Henslee and Kari Jo Parisi who are willing, able and eligible to serve a term on the Board commencing this day and expiring December 31, 2025.
Recommended Motion: Approve and sign the attached Order appointing Joe Henslee and Kari Jo Parisi to the Veterans Advisory Council. Fiscal Impact: None.
Background: The Keno Pines Special Road District Board has a vacancy and has recommended the above named applicant who is willing, able and eligible to serve a term on the Board commencing this day and expiring December 31, 2025.
Recommended Motion: Approve and sign the attached Order appointing Sherry Wood to the Keno Pines Special Road District Board. There is no Fiscal Impact.
Background: The Chiloquin Vector Control District Board has vacancies and has recommended the reappointment of Dennis Jefcoat who is willing, able and eligible to serve a term on the Board.
Fiscal Impact: None
Recommended Motion: Approve and sign the attached Order reappointing Dennis Jefcoat to the Chiloquin Vector Control District Board.
Background: The property owners of the two lots are Gregory and Amelia Buckskin who have signed a petition requesting this action. Vacating the lots will not be detrimental to the public. The Planning Director’s Report recommends that the two lots be vacated from the subdivision. The applicant paid the $600 application fee to process the request to vacate the lots. Approval of the final order by the Board of Commissioners has no fiscal impact to the county.
Recommended Motion: Approve the Final Order to vacate the above described property located in Klamath County Oregon. (File No. LV 12-22).
Fiscal Impact: There is no fiscal impact to Klamath County.
Background: The Domestic Well Grant Review Panel met on May 5, 2022 to review and recommend grant applications to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) for funding. The BOCC reviewed the recommendations and approved funding to grant recipients during the Admin meeting on June 7, 2022. The following grant recipients have satisfied all grant submissions and the agreements are complete and signed by the applicants.
Aaron & Erin Hall $ 4,767.00
Elizabeth Merkley $40,000.00
Link & Lynndsi Ray $ 5,158.25
Recommended Motion: Approve and sign the Klamath County Domestic Well Financial Assistance Grant agreements with above recipients. Fiscal impact of $49,925.25 expenditure from the Commissioners Miscellaneous Grant Fund.
Background: Bogatay Construction Inc. has the original sole-source contract to rebuild the Tingley Transfer Station. The tipping floor, which is a structural component of the building at the transfer station needs repairs and was not part of the original scope of work authorized in the contract. The County Public Contracting Policies & Procedures allows Contract amendments for additional work to be entered without Competitive Process. Adding this scope of work under the scope of the current contractor will have a substantial cost savings to the County as well as save time. The repair work can be conducted during the rebuild construction to assure the rebuild and repair are completed at the same time. This amendment will add an Exhibit “A-2” and update the scope of work, as outlined above this amendment will not exceed $100,000.
Recommended Motion: Approve Amendment number one adding an Exhibit “A-2” and update the scope of work, to include the repair of the tipping floor as an additional scope of work to the sole-source contract between Klamath County and Bogatay Construction Inc.; Authorize the chair to sign all PCO’s. Fiscal Impact; not to exceed $100,000 from the Solid Waste reserve fund.
Background: Agreement #169517, which became effective July 1, 2021, delegates authority to Klamath County Public Health to operate public health programs in Klamath County. This amendment removes unspent funds from the Financial Assistance Award for fiscal year 2022 (Attachment A) and adds rollforward funds and Ballot Measure 108 funding to the Financial Assistance Award for fiscal year 2023 (Attachment B). The added fiscal year 2023 funds are for Program Element 13 Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP). The agreement remains effective through June 30, 2023.
Recommended Motion: Move to approve Amendment #11 to Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) #169517 for the Financing of Public Health Services between the State of Oregon, Oregon Health Authority (OHA), and Klamath County, acting by and through Klamath County Public Health (KCPH). Fiscal impact is increased grant award for FY 23 of $212,500 to sub department 4049 for TPEP. Authorize the Department Head to sign.
The janitor closet at the Main library is very small and cramped and the floor is caving in. The solution would be to remove the wall between the closet and the old staff bathroom to create a larger space. The space would accommodate a dishwasher that would be used for our library of things items and the toys from the children department, and also add more shelving for janitorial materials. The Library Foundation is willing to pay for the project. The Foundation received two bids:
• Christopher Thomas= $18,641.74
• Proway Construction = $29,974.58
Christopher Thomas submitted the lowest bid. The construction should not affect the day-to-day operations of the library.
Recommended Motion: Authorize the Klamath County Library to accept the quote from Christopher Thomas for the remodel of the janitor closet at the Main Library. Fiscal Impact: None. The Klamath County Library Foundation will pay for the project.