Board of County Commissioners Monthly Recap: Oct. 2022
Here are highlights of the Board of County Commissioners’ actions and activities in October 2022. More information, including official minutes, votes and videos on all items is available at boccmeetings.jocogov.org.
- Allocation of funding to direct community investments
- $7,253,000 in Coronavirus SLFRF to address struggling small businesses, including diminishing childcare capacity within Johnson County, and the allocation of $325,000 from General Fund Reserves (Countywide Support Fund) for one-time direct payment to the Enterprise Center of Johnson County for a local match and assistance in administering these programs.
- $2,085,000 in Coronavirus SLFRF to address housing and food insecurity within Johnson County, and the allocation of $50,000 from General Fund Reserves (Countywide Support Fund) for one-time direct payment to United Community Services for assistance in administering these programs.
- $565,000 in Coronavirus SLFRF s to address keeping our families and communities safe: $120,000 for My Resource Connection Mobile App, $100,00 for Midwest Wellness, $310,000 for Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault and $35,000 for the Regional Homeland Security Coordinating Committee.
- Directed staff to implement a process to receive and evaluate viable proposals for the board’s consideration before the board shall act upon an Early Termination Agreement with Evergreen Living Innovations.
- Authorized a contract amendment with McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., for Guaranteed Maximum Price Number 2 – Turkey Creek Force Main Installation and I-35 Traffic Signals, for Construction Manager at Risk construction phase services for the Nelson Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements project in an amount not to exceed $3,629,098, increasing the total construction phase services authorization to $6,055,808; and authorized a contract amendment with Black & Veatch Corporation for final design and Guaranteed Maximum Price Number 2 construction phase services, in an amount not to exceed $22,673,000, increasing the total design authorization to $37,973,000.
- Authorized a Fiscal Year 2022 start date for the FY 2023 approved 1.0 FTE Sheriff Administrative Assistant, New Human Services Building Capital Improvement Project, Fleet Maintenance Building Expansion Project, Crime Lab HVAC Modifications Project and Mental Health The Recovery Place Building Modifications Project.
- Authorized the District Attorney’s Office to add 5.0 FTE to be assigned to the new criminal court and authorize the reclassification and use of FY 2023 General Fund reserves in the amount of $530,000.
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