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BOCC update

BOCC update

More information including official minutes, votes and videos on all items is available at boccmeetings.jocogov.org.

BOCC actions for the week of December 2, 2019

The Board of County Commissioners issued a proclamation to recognize December 1-7 as National Influenza Vaccination Week. You can get important tips on preventing and fighting the flu from county and state experts from episode 16 of the JoCo on the Go podcast located at this link or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.

The BOCC voted to authorize the following items:

  • Adopted and authorized land record projects for 2020 for the Automated Information Mapping Systems (AIMS), an operation within the Department of Technology and Innovation and transferring and appropriating Register of Deeds technology funds not designated for use in 2019 in the amount of $38,000 for these projects.
     
  • (THIS ITEM WAS DEFERRED UNTIL DEC. 12) Consider authorizing the reallocation and expenditure of fund balance (reserves) for FY 2019 for the County General Fund in an amount not to exceed $925,184 to cover unanticipated costs related to jury and legal defense expenses in District Courts Administration, JIMS city licensing fees associated with the NICHE Law Enforcement Record Management System (RMS), and for wellness funding obligations.
  • (This item was voted to be tabled indefinitely on Nov. 14. On Dec. 5, the BOCC voted to put this item on the Dec. 19 Business Session agenda) A contract with VitalCore Health Strategies, LLC, for inmate and offender medical services, at a cost not to exceed $20,508,621.64 for a period of three (3) years with the option to renew for two (2) additional three (3) year periods.
  • Rescinded the appointment of Anthony Taylor to the Criminal Justice Advisory Council.

A look ahead for the week of Dec. 9.

Below is a look at the BOCC calendar for next week. Details on the meetings are available at https://www.jocogov.org/calendar-created/month?field_event_type_tid=4224&date=2019-11

BOCC week of Dec. 9

These are the current items on the Dec. 12, 2019 BOCC agenda:

  • Consider allocating $153,671 of 2020 Johnson County Alcohol Tax Funds as recommended by the Drug and Alcoholism Council of Johnson County, a program of United Community Services of Johnson County (UCS) in its 2020 Alcohol Tax Fund Recommendations Report.
  • Consider allocating $141,775 of 2020 Johnson County Human Service Funds as recommended by United Community Services of Johnson County (UCS) in its 2020 Human Service Fund Recommendations Report.
  • The Human Services Department is requesting that Johnson County work toward becoming a designated “Community for All Ages” (CFAA). The resolution will establish that Johnson County, Kansas desires to work toward becoming a designated Community for All Ages, as set forth by the sponsoring initiative entities.
  • Consider approving the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Johnson County Library and Facilities Department, authorizing the reallocation and expenditure of fund balances (reserves) for FY 2020 in the amount of $2,253,294 in the General Fund for the Facilities Department, and authorize the increased transfer and the associated expenditure authority changes in Johnson County Library in the amount of $2,294,835 to the County General Fund in FY 2020 and to increase the Facilities Department FTE by 20.0 to account for positions transferring from Johnson County Library, and to transfer $41,541 for Fleet maintenance and purchases of Library vehicles.
  • Consider approving the proposed 2020 County Assistance Road System Program expenditures in an amount not to exceed $18,473,000.
  • Consider approving the proposed 2020 Stormwater Management Program expenditures in an amount not to exceed $16,848,613.
  • Consider renewing the property and liability insurance policies for calendar year 2020 with the quoting carriers in the amount of $1,908,330. 
  • Consider authorizing a sole source contract with Tek84 Inc. for the purchase of two full body scanners, in an amount not to exceed $300,000.
  • Consider authorizing an agreement between Johnson County and the City of Edgerton, Kansas for the provision of law enforcement services in 2020 by the Sheriff’s Office to the City of Edgerton for the total amount of $462,419 and add 1.0 additional FTE to provide dedicated policing services to the City of Edgerton.
  • Consider authorizing an agreement between Johnson County and the City of De Soto, Kansas for the provision of law enforcement services in 2020 by the Sheriff’s Office to the City of De Soto for the total amount of $527,639.
  • Consider adopting a schedule establishing the accrual rates and maximum accrual caps for sick leave and vacation for certain Med-Act employees and adding the schedule to Human Resources Policy Nos. 504-Sick Leave and 505-Vacation as adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on September 19, 2019, and rescinding Policy No. 305.