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Watershed Management Organization

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SHAKOPEE, MINNESOTA

9:00 a.m. (1) CONVENE COUNTY BOARD

(2) AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA

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(3) APPROVE MINUTES OF JUNE 5, 2018 COUNTY BOARD MEETING

(4) RECOGNITION OF INTERESTED CITIZENS Limited to items not on the agenda, and five minutes per person/subject. Speakers are asked to approach the microphone for the benefit of viewers and interested citizens. (5) NEW EMPLOYEE WELCOME
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(6) CONSENT AGENDA

Customer Service: Creating a Customer Experience That is Respectful, Responsive and Solution- Oriented 6.1 Approve the Request for Preliminary Plat, Final Plat, and Conservation Easement of Skluzacek Addition, Joseph Skluzacek, Applicant and Owner, in Section 31 of Credit River Township (No fiscal impact)
Tagged Passions:watershed, easement, Conservation, and zoning

6.2 Approve the Request to Extend the Preliminary Plat Rights for the Territory Development an Additional Six Months to January 1, 2019 (No fiscal impact)

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and zoning

6.3 Authorize Staff to Issue a Concrete Storage and Recycling Facility License to RAM Excavating, Inc. at 10046 225th Street W in Belle Plaine Township (No fiscal impact)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, recycling, license, and facility

6.4 Approve the Application for a Charitable Gambling Permit for the Jordan Pride Booster Club (No fiscal impact) 6.5 Approve the Application and Permit for a Temporary On-Sale Liquor License for the Scott County

Agricultural Society (No fiscal impact) 6.6 Approve the Application and Permit for a Temporary On-Sale Liquor License for U4IC Brewing Inc. (No fiscal impact)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, license, gambling, agriculture, and sale

Partnership: Aligning Existing Resources, Volunteers and Programs to Achieve Shared Goals 6.7 Approve the Receipt of Funds and the Grant Contract With the Department of Human Services for

School Linked Mental Health Services (No fiscal impact) 6.8 Approve the Receipt of Funds and the Grant Contract With the Department of Human Services for
Tagged Passions:health, contract, education, services, mental health, volunteer, funding, grant, and program

Day Treatment and Mental Health Services at Southwest Metro Intermediate District 288 and Approve the Addition of 1.45 Full-Time Equivalent Grant Funded Positions (No fiscal impact)

6.9 Set a Public Hearing Date of July 10, 2018, at 9:30 a.m. to Receive Comments on the Draft 2019 2026 Scott Watershed Management Organization Comprehensive Water Resources Management Plan (No fiscal impact) Commitment: Developing a High Quality Workforce That is Dedicated to Advancing a Safe, Health and Livable Community 6.10 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-094; Appointing Julie K. Hanson as County Recorder/Registrar of Titles Effective June 19, 2018; and Rescinding Resolution No. 2010-128 (No fiscal impact) 6.11 Approve Payroll Processing of Personnel Actions (No fiscal impact)

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, Public Transit, health, hearing, personnel, services, appointments, mental health, watershed, water, workforce, and grant

Stewardship: Ensuring the Responsible and Stable Investment of Taxpayer Dollars and Communicating its Value to the Public 6.12 Approve the Service Agreement Renewal With Pinnacle Services for Contracted Case Management

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Tagged Passions:investment, contract, and services

Services (No fiscal impact) 6.13 Approve the Service Agreement Renewal With Thomas Allen, Inc. for Contracted Case Management

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Services (No fiscal impact) 6.14 Accept Community Living Infrastructure Grant Funds, Approve a 1.0 Full-Time Equivalent Position,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, funding, and grant

and Approve the Agreement With the Department of Human Services (No fiscal impact) 6.15 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-083; Adopting the Findings of Fact and Conclusion and Declaring a

Negative Declaration on the Need for an Environmental Impact Statement for the County Highway 27 Reconstruction Project From South of County Highway 21 to South of County Highway 44 in Credit River Township (No fiscal impact) 6.16 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-095; Approving Health, Dental, and Life Insurance Providers; County Contribution, and Employee Costs for Health, Dental, and Life Insurance; and Flexible Spending Accounts Effective August 1, 2018 for All Eligible Employees; and Rescinding Resolution No. 2017- 052 (2018= 150,287; 2019= 210,402) 6.17 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-096; Awarding a Contract to S.M. Hentges Sons, Inc. to Construct Crossovers on Trunk Highway 169 Related to the Trunk Highways 169/41 and County Highways 78/14 Freight Mobility Project in Jackson and Louisville Townships (No fiscal impact) 6.18 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-097; Authorizing Entering Into an Agreement With Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. for Design Consultant Services for the County Highway 83 Reconstruction Project From Trunk Highway 169 to Valley Industrial Boulevard South in the City of Shakopee (No fiscal impact) 6.19 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-098; Authorizing a Contract Increase for County Project 42-17 on County Highway 42 With S.M. Hentges Sons, Inc. in the Amount of 223,131.58 (No fiscal impact) 6.20 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-099; Awarding a Contract to RAM Excavating, Inc. for the Replacement of Culverts Along County Highway 51 and County 53 in Blakeley Township (No fiscal impact) 6.21 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-101; Authorizing Granting of an Easement for Roadway Purposes to the City of Prior Lake, as the Road Authority, for a Portion of Highland Avenue NW in the City of Prior Lake (No fiscal impact) 6.22 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-102; Authorizing Entering Into an Agreement With the City of Shakopee for Installation of Pedestrian Crossings on County Highway 16 at Four School Locations in the City of Shakopee (No fiscal impact)
Tagged Passions:health, contract, streets, education, services, Pedestrian, watershed, stormwater, insurance, easement, industrial, grant, and environment

6.23 Approve Record of Disbursements and Approve Claims (No fiscal impact)

(7) STEWARDSHIP: ENSURING THE RESPONSIBLE AND STABLE INVESTMENT OF TAXPAYER DOLLARS AND COMMUNICATING ITS VALUE TO THE PUBLIC (No fiscal impact) 7.1 Adopt Resolution No. 2018-100; Reporting Progress on the Standard Measures Program Developed by the Council on Local Results and Innovation ( 0.14/capita in local government aid) (8) RECESS FOR ROOM CONFIGURATION (9) INNOVATION: EXPLORING AND ADOPTING NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES WITH THE

Tagged Passions:council, investment, and program

GOAL OF IMPROVING SERVICE AND REDUCING THE LONG TERM COST OF SERVICE DELIVERY 9.1 Receive Information on Scott County Delivers Topic: Risk Management (No fiscal impact)

(10) COMMITTEE REPORTS AND COMMISSIONER UPDATES (11) COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE
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(12) RECESS FOR ATTORNEY/CLIENT MEETING

(13) ADJOURN UPCOMING MEETINGS

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July 10, 2018 County Board Meeting July 17, 2018 County Board Meeting

Gary L. Shelton, County Administrator

(952) 496-8100 MINUTES
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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

COUNTY OF SCOTT

(1) The Board of Commissioners, in and for the County of Scott, Minnesota, met in the Courthouse Board Room in the City of Shakopee, Minnesota, and convened at 10:02 a.m., with the following members present: Commissioner Wolf, presiding, Commissioner Weckman Brekke, Commissioner Beard, Commissioner Beer and Commissioner Ulrich.

(2) County Staff Present:

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A.
Gary Shelton, County Administrator B. Ron Hocevar, County Attorney C. Danielle Fox, Adult Services Manager D. Carol Cragoe E. Tom Kaletka, Social Work Case Manager F. Rick Beise, Equipment Mechanic G. Jake Grussing, Library Director H. Lezlie Vermillion, Community Services Director/Deputy County Administrator I. Adam Pirri, Chief Deputy Sheriff J. Danny Lenz, Chief Financial Officer K. Lori Huss, Employee Relations Director L. Pam Johnson, Labor Relations Manager M. Tony Winiecki, County Engineer N. Lisa Freese, Transportation Services Director O. Rachel Shaw P. Troy Beam, Transit and Fleet Manager Q. Alan Herrmann, Transit Supervisor R. Debra Brazil, Deputy Clerk to the Board

Tagged Passions:transportation, legal, administrator, manager, public safety, services, equipment, library, and finance

(3) Guests Present:

A.
Brian Cragoe, Jordan B. Pat Cragoe, Jordan C. Amy Bissell, Designing Dreams

(4) Media Present:

A.
Andrew Hazzard, Southwest News Media

(5) Minutes: On a motion by Commissioner Weckman Brekke, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich, the Minutes of May 1, 2018 were approved. On a motion by Commissioner Beer, seconded by Commissioner Beard, the Minutes of May 15, 2018 were approved. (6) Recognition of Interested Citizens:

Tagged Passions:alcohol and recognition

A.
Equipment Mechanic Rick Beise spoke in regard to his separation of employment with Scott County due to physical limitations. Mr. Beise noted his qualifications, experience, and years of service. He asked that employment policies be reviewed to prevent this type of separation in the future.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:equipment and employment

B.
Vice Chair Weckman Brekke presented Carol Cragoe with a certificate of recognition for her 25 years of service to Scott County through Managed Resource Connections, Inc. (MRCI).

(7) Consent Agenda:

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A.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to approve the Renewal Application for a 2018 3.2 Malt Liquor License for Gary F. Boettcher dba Scott Carver Threshers in St. Lawrence Township. The motion carried unanimously.

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Tagged Passions:alcohol and license

B.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to approve the Application for a

Charitable Gambling Permit for German Days Inc. for an event to be held at the Scott County Fairgrounds in St. Lawrence Township on July 25 through July 29, 2018. The motion carried unanimously.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, gambling, and events

C.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to approve the out-of-state travel

request for Commissioner Weckman Brekke to attend the National Association of Counties annual conference in Nashville, Tennessee July 13 through July 17, 2018. The motion carried unanimously.

Tagged Passions:alcohol and travel

D.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to approve the Application for the 2018

DWI Officer Grant issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The motion carried unanimously.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, grant, and traffic

E.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to adopt Resolution No. 2018-090;

Authorizing the Scott County Engineer to Request the Minnesota Department of Transportation, State Aid for Local Transportation, Transfer 250,551.20 From the County s Municipal State Aid Construction Account to its Regular State Aid Construction Account. A copy of the resolution is available in the office of the County Administrator and is made a part of this record by reference. The motion carried unanimously.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, transportation, administrator, and construction

F.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to adopt Resolution No. 2018-091;

Authorizing Entering Into a Software License and Maintenance Agreement With TripSpark Technologies. A copy of the resolution is available in the office of the County Administrator and is made a part of this record by reference. The motion carried unanimously.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, administrator, license, information technology, and Information Technology

G.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to adopt Resolution No. 2018-092;

Authorizing Entering Into a Software Purchase Agreement With Cartegraph Systems, LLC. A copy of the resolution is available in the office of the County Administrator and is made a part of this record by reference. The motion carried unanimously.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, administrator, purchasing, information technology, and Information Technology

H.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to adopt Resolution No. 2018-093;

Authorizing Submission of an Enhanced Mobility for Seniors and People with Disabilities Grant to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. A copy of the resolution is available in the office of the County Administrator and is made a part of this record by reference. The motion carried unanimously.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, transportation, administrator, grant, and seniors

I.
Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by Commissioner Ulrich to approve the appointment of

Commissioners Wolf and Beer to canvass the election results for the 2018 Primary and General Elections. The motion carried unanimously.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, appointments, voting, and election

J.
On the recommendation of the County Administrator, Commissioner Beer moved, seconded by

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Commissioner Ulrich to approve the payroll processing of personnel actions indicated below and certified by the Employee Relations Director and the Appointing Authority to be in compliance with provisions of Minnesota Statutes 375.56 - 375.71 and the Scott County Merit Personnel System: 1. Separation of employment for Richard Poppitz, FT Equipment Mechanic, Transportation Services Division,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, compliance, personnel, services, appointments, equipment, and employment

effective 05/18/18. 2. Separation of employment for Jason Halverson, FT Program Specialist, Office of Management and

Budget, effective 05/25/18.
Tagged Passions:budget, employment, and program

3.
Separation of employment for Theresa Peterson, FT Tax Specialist, Community Services Division, effective 05/29/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, services, and employment

4.
Separation of employment for Maxwell Chessler, Intermittent (34 FTE) Librarian-Unclassified, Community Services Division, effective 03/17/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, library, and employment

5.
Separation of employment for Shelby Herrmann, Intermittent (34 FTE) Fleet Assistant-Unclassified, Transportation Services Division, effective 06/11/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, and employment

6.
FT Probationary employment for Adam Wosmek, Equipment Mechanic, Transportation Services Division, effective 05/21/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, equipment, and employment

7.
FT Probationary employment for Andrew Hemenway, Equipment Mechanic, Transportation Services Division, effective 05/21/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, equipment, and employment

8.
FT Probationary employment for Angela Mosloski, Financial Assistance Specialist, Health and Human Services Division, effective 06/04/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, services, employment, and finance

9.
FT Probationary employment for Ashley De Leon, Financial Assistance Specialist, Health and Human Services Division, effective 05/29/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, services, employment, and finance

10.
FT Probationary employment for Michael Hayek, Assistant County Attorney I, Attorney s Office, effective 05/29/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal and employment

11.
FT Temporary employment for Tad Radtke, Program Seasonal Delivery, Transportation Services Division, effective 05/29/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, employment, and program

12.
FT Temporary employment for Matthew Klein, Program Seasonal Delivery, Transportation Services Division, effective 06/04/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, employment, and program

13.
Intermittent (34 FTE) employment for Britni Kesserling, Fleet Assistant-Unclassified, Transportation Services Division, effective 06/04/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, and employment

14.
Voluntary reduction for Chad Bohnsack, FT Assessment Operations Supervisor to FT Probationary Commercial Appraiser, Community Services Division, effective 05/14/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:commercial and services

15.
Amend separation date of employment for Toi Gilmore, FT Probationary Financial Assistance Specialist, Health and Human Services Division, effective 04/27/18 (previously reported as 04/23/18).

Tagged Passions:health, services, employment, and finance

16.
Amend hire date for Dustin Olson, Intermittent (34 FTE) Facility Probation Officer-Unclassified, Health and Human Services Division, effective 05/23/18 (previously reported as 05/21/18).

17. The recognition of the following individuals as volunteers which will enable them to be covered for liability insurance purposes in accordance with the insurance contracts currently in force with Scott County: Lemeo Gaye David Olson Jennifer Schuster Nicole Samuelson Benjamin Madison Michael Daly Linda Hughes Mark Pelkie Chris Swanson

Tagged Passions:health, contract, recognition, services, volunteer, insurance, and facility

Motion carried unanimously.

Commissioner Beer left the meeting at 10:12 a.m. (8) Innovation: Exploring and Adopting New Technologies and Processes With the Goal of Improving Service
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and Reducing the Long Term Cost of Service Delivery:

Library Director Jake Grussing presented an update on the Scott County Board of Commissioners long- term objective of Early Childhood Development: All children have the opportunity for a healthy and successful life, which includes the following supporting strategies:
Tagged Passions:development, library, and Development

Engage in the 50 x 30 public/private partnership to develop and implement a community strategic plan preparing children for success in school; and

Develop and launch an early learning outreach program targeting children and their caregivers.
Tagged Passions:strategic, education, and program

Commissioner Beard requested further information on coordination of efforts among agencies regarding

early childhood intervention and whether data shows that early childhood intervention efforts are worth the outcome or if children progress naturally without intervention. (9) Committee Reports and Commissioner Updates: A. Commissioner Beer submitted a written report. B. Commissioners Beer, Weckman Brekke, and Wolf attended the Sheriff s Office barbecue on May 16 in honor of National Police Week. C. Commissioner Beer attended the Trunk Highway 13/County Highway 21 project open house on May 16. D. Commissioner Beer attended the Community Corrections Advisory Board meeting on May 17. E. Commissioner Beer attended the Workforce Development Board meeting on May 18. F. Commissioner Beer met with a Prior Lake City Councilor on May 18. G. Commissioners Beer and Wolf observed the alum treatment being done on Spring Lake on May 21. H. Commissioners Beer and Beard attended the Inter-Governmental Work Group meeting on May 22. I. Commissioners Beer and Beard and County Administrator Gary Shelton met with the Shakopee Mayor and City Administrator on May 23. J. Commissioners Beer, Weckman Brekke, Beard, and Wolf attended the Memorial Day flag raising ceremony at the Scott County Government Center on May 29. K. The Commissioners all attended the White House County Commissioners Conference on May 30 and 31. Highlights of the conference were given. L. Commissioners Beard and Ulrich attended the Scott County Transportation Committee meeting on May 16. M. Commissioner Beard attended the Scott-Carver-Dakota Community Action Program Coffee and Connections event on May 23. N. Commissioner Beard and County staff met with City of Shakopee staff on June 4 regarding building relationships. O. Commissioner Weckman Brekke attended the Metropolitan Library Service Agency meeting on May 22. P. Commissioners Weckman Brekke and Wolf conducted the Chair/Vice Chair planning meeting on May 22. Q. Commissioner Weckman Brekke and Health and Human Services Director Pam Selvig met with ProAct staff regarding New Options on May 22. R. Commissioner Weckman Brekke met with County and Extension staff on May 22 regarding staffing issues at Extension. S. Commissioner Weckman Brekke attended the Scott County Mental Health Local Advisory Council meeting on May 22. T. Commissioner Weckman Brekke attended the Live, Learn, Earn Education Preparedness Subcommittee meeting on May 22. U. Commissioner Weckman Brekke attended the Families and Individuals Sharing Hope (FISH) Board meeting on May 24. V. Commissioner Ulrich attended FISH Marketing Committee meetings on May 21 and 23. W.Commissioner Ulrich attended the Live, Learn, Earn Steering Committee meeting on May 22. X. Commissioner Ulrich and Mr. Shelton met with the Savage Mayor and City Administrator on May 24. Y. Commissioner Wolf attended the Employee Insurance Committee meeting on May 16. Z. Commissioner Wolf attended the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District meeting on May 23. AA. Commissioner Wolf attended the Elko New Market City Council meeting on May 24. AB. Commissioners Wolf and Beard met with Mr. Shelton on June 4. AC. Commissioner Wolf attended the Credit River Town Board meeting on June 4. AD. Commissioner Wolf attended the Prior Lake City Council meeting on June 4. AE. Commissioner Wolf met with Scott County Environmental Services staff on June 5 regarding questions he received from residents related to septic systems. (10) County Administrator Update:

Tagged Passions:alcohol, transportation, health, administrator, public safety, education, human resources, services, poverty, development, mental health, workforce development, insect, watershed, jail, library, insurance, market, planning, workforce, Development, environment, events, and program

Mr. Shelton presented a recap of the 2018 legislative session noting in most areas Scott County did quite well. Senator Pratt, Representative Christianson, Representative Loonan, and County staff were thanked for their work on and support of legislation affecting Scott County.

On a motion by Commissioner Beard, seconded by Commissioner Weckman Brekke, the meeting adjourned at 11:00 a.m.

Thomas J. Wolf Chair

Gary L. Shelton County Administrator Clerk of the Board

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Debra K. Brazil Deputy Clerk to the Board

AGENDA 6.1 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Community Services Zoning Administration CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
Tagged Passions:services and zoning

PRESENTER: Lisa Schickedanz - 8892 ATTACHMENTS:

Yes No PROJECT: Preliminary Final Plat of Skluzacek Addition TIME REQUESTED: ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Request for Preliminary Plat, Final Plat, and Conservation Easement of Skluzacek Addition, Joseph Skluzacek, Applicant and Owner, in Section 31 in Credit River Township

Tagged Passions:watershed, easement, Conservation, and zoning

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to approve the request for Preliminary Plat, Final Plat and Conservation Easement of Skluzacek Addition, Joseph Skluzacek, Applicant and Owner, in Section 31 in Credit River Township. Skluzacek Addition consists of one lot and three outlots on 59.46 acres. The property is zoned Rural Residential Single Family, RR-2. Since the project went to the Planning Advisory Commission in April of 2017, the applicant has been working out estate planning for filing of the Final Plat. This action was recommended by the Scott County Planning Advisory Commission on April 10, 2017 in accordance with Chapters 6 and 42 of Scott County Zoning Ordinance No. 3 based on the criteria for approval listed below: Fiscal Impact: None SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION
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Joseph J. Skluzacek, applicant

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Preliminary Plat and Final Plat of Skluzacek Addition

Criteria for Approval: 1. Adequate Drainage the proposed plat meets all storm water drainage requirements as identified in Chapter 6 of the zoning ordinance.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, ordinance, stormwater, water, and zoning

2.
Adequate Potable Water Supply the proposed plat, utilizing individual wells, meets the requirements

of the zoning and subdivision ordinances.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, subdivision, ordinance, water, and zoning

3.
Adequate Roads or Highways to Serve the Subdivision the private driveway has access to County

Road 27, Texas Avenue. When Lot 1 is further subdivided or has access to a local street, the existing access shall be removed from County Road 27. The driveway access shall be relocated to the local public street at the owner s expense.

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4.
Adequate Waste Disposal Systems the proposed plat meets all requirements of the individual sewage

No additional detail provided

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treatment system ordinance.

5. Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan the proposed plat conforms to the goals and policies

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contained in the 2030 Comprehensive Plan for the development in the Rural Residential Growth Staged Area.

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6.
Public Service Capacity the proposed development does not adversely impact the public service

No additional detail provided

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capacity of local service providers, as the lots will utilize the existing Township road for access.

7. Consistency with the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board's Policies- the proposal does not require any environmental review and is therefore consistent with the policies of the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board. 8. Consistency with Capital Improvement Plans the proposed plat is not requiring any county funded
Tagged Passions:streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, environment, and zoning

road improvements; therefore, it is consistent with the County s capital improvement plan.

And noting that:
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1.
The Town Board of Credit River recommended approval of the Preliminary Plat and Final Plat of

Skluzacek Addition. AGENDA 6.2 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
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REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Community Services Zoning Administration CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
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PRESENTER: Marty Schmitz x 8349 ATTACHMENTS:

Yes No PROJECT: Territory Development

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Preliminary Plat Extension TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Request to Extend the Preliminary Plat Rights for the Territory Development an Additional Six Months to January 1, 2019
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and zoning

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to extend the preliminary plat rights for the Territory Development an additional six months to January 1, 2019, in Sections 32 and 33 of Credit River Township, Zoned RR-2. The Territory Open Space Design Development received approval by the County and Credit River Township on July 1, 2003. The Preliminary Plat of the Territory consisted of 276 lots on 705 acres. To date approximately of the 276 lots have been final platted. Through the plat documents the preliminary plat rights will be recognized by the County Board for 15 years (July 1, 2018). The Developer of the 5th Addition of the Territory and Credit River Township are requesting that the County Board extend the Preliminary Plat rights an additional 6 months to January 1, 2019. The extension will allow all of the parties with an interest in the Territory 5th Addition plat to finalize the final plat, the developer s agreement, address road improvements to 210th Street East, Nevada Avenue, and County Road 27 turn lanes, as well as allow the Developer time to obtain any necessary approval and permits from the Territory Homeowners Association, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) and the Minnesota Department of Health for the extension of sewer and water services to the lots within the plat. This action is requested by the Owner and Developer of the Outlots in the Territory Development and is supported by the Credit River Township Board. Fiscal Impact: None AGENDA 6.3 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, health, streets, administrator, recognition, services, development, instruction, watershed, sewer, water, Development, and zoning

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: June 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT:

Customer Services Environmental Services

CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
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PRESENTER: Steve Steuber - 8473 ATTACHMENTS:

No additional detail provided

Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Authorize Staff to Issue a Concrete Storage and Recycling Facility License to RAM Excavating, Inc. at 10046 225th Street W in Belle Plaine Township

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, recycling, license, and facility

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Paul Nelson, Environmental Services Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this request is to authorize staff to issue a Concrete Storage and Recycling Facility License to RAM Excavating, Inc. at 10046 225th Street W in Belle Plaine Township. RAM Excavating, Inc. has applied for a Solid Waste Facility License in conjunction with an Interim Use Permit (IUP) to mine sand and gravel at the same location. Belle Plaine Township s recommendation was also obtained for the IUP. Staff recommends approval of this license and recommends a Bond or Letter of Credit in the amount of 24,000 for this facility. Attached are the proposed license conditions. Steve Steuber is the contact for this project and can be reached at (952) 496-8473. Fiscal Impact: None LICENSE CONDITIONS RAM EXCAVATING, INC. CONCRETE STORAGE AND RECYCLING FACILITY
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, streets, administrator, recycling, license, services, instruction, bond, facility, solid waste, and environment

1.
Only concrete rubble shall be stored on this site. All other solid wastes must be removed

immediately.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, commercial, and solid waste

2.
No more than 8,000 yards of unprocessed concrete shall be stored at this site.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:commercial

3.
This license is subject to any and all conditions set by Belle Plaine Township and by the Scott County Planning Department as part of the Interim Use Permit.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:license and planning

4.
All concrete rubble shall be stored at least five feet above the water table.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, commercial, and water

5.
Access shall be controlled by whatever means the owner determines is workable for this site. Owner must notify the Environmental Services Department immediately if waste other than that hereby permitted has been dumped on this site. The owner will be responsible for removal and proper disposal of all such unacceptable waste and shall cooperate with Scott County in identifying and prosecuting any person who dumps solid waste on this site without permission from the owner.

6. Surface water shall be diverted from the concrete storage piles, and any drainage water from the storage piles shall be retained on the licensee's property. 7. The Licensee must provide an annual report listing the total amount of concrete waste accepted, crushed, recycled, and stockpiled. 8. The Licensee must pay an annual license fee in accordance with the adopted County Fee schedule.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, property, license, services, stormwater, water, solid waste, and environment

9.
A 24,000 Permit Bond or Letter of Credit shall be submitted to the County. The term of the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:bond

Permit Bond or Letter of Credit shall coincide with the license and be available to the County to ensure these permit conditions.

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10.
Access to the premises shall be controlled by the owner/licensee in a manner intended to limit

unauthorized entry to the premises.

11.
Insurance certificates of Worker s Compensation, Comprehensive General Liability, Comprehensive Automobile Liability, and Personal Injury Liability must be provided to Scott County.

12. Any nuisance conditions, as determined by the Scott County Environmental Services Department, shall be abated immediately. 13. Any modifications to the way that concrete is processed or stored must receive prior documented approval from Scott County Environmental Services Department. AGENDA 6.4 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Tagged Passions:transportation, commercial, services, compensation, insurance, and environment

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT:

Community Services Customer Service

CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No

Tagged Passions:services

PRESENTER: Dawn Gardeski - 8171 ATTACHMENTS:

No additional detail provided

Yes No PROJECT: N/A TIME REQUESTED: N/A

ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Application for a Charitable Gambling Permit for the Jordan Pride Booster Club

Tagged Passions:gambling

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS:
Tagged Passions:administrator and instruction

Denied: Dawn Gardeski, Customer Service Specialist Certified Copy

Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to approve the Application for a Charitable Gambling Permit for the Jordan Pride Booster Club.
Tagged Passions:gambling

They are an organization from Jordan and are requesting the Permit to conduct lawful gambling at the Jordan Tap Room in St. Lawrence Township.

All background checks have been done and found to be satisfactory. Scott County staff recommends approval. Fiscal Impact: None AGENDA 6.5 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

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REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: June 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Property Customer Services CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
Tagged Passions:property and services

PRESENTER: Tammy Willmore X 8662

ATTACHMENTS:

Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Application and Permit for a Temporary On-Sale Liquor License for the Scott County Agricultural Society
Tagged Passions:alcohol, license, agriculture, and sale

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS:
Tagged Passions:administrator and instruction

Denied: Tammy Willmore, Customer Service Certified copy

Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to approve the Application and Permit for a Temporary On-Sale Liquor License for the Scott County Agricultural Society. They are requesting the license for an outdoor event to be held at the Scott County Fairgrounds in St. Lawrence Township from July 26 to July 29, 2018. All background checks have been done and found to be satisfactory. Scott County staff recommends approval. Fiscal Impact: None AGENDA 6.6 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Tagged Passions:alcohol, license, agriculture, events, and sale

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: June 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Property Customer Services CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
Tagged Passions:property and services

PRESENTER: Tammy Willmore X 8662

ATTACHMENTS:

Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Application and Permit for a Temporary On-Sale Liquor License for U4IC Brewing, Inc.
Tagged Passions:alcohol, license, and sale

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Tammy Willmore, Scott County Customer Service Certified copy Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to approve the Application and a Permit for a Temporary On-Sale Liquor License for the U4IC Brewing, Inc. They are requesting the license for an outdoor event to be held at the Scott County Fairgrounds in St. Lawrence Township from July 26 to July 29, 2018. All background checks have been done and found to be satisfactory. Scott County staff recommends approval. Fiscal Impact: None AGENDA 6.7 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Tagged Passions:alcohol, administrator, license, instruction, events, and sale

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Health and Human Services CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No PRESENTER: Barb Dahl, Social Services Director ATTACHMENTS:
Tagged Passions:health, services, and social services

Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Receipt of Funds and the Grant Contract With the Department of Human Services for School Linked Mental Health Services
Tagged Passions:health, contract, education, services, mental health, funding, and grant

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to approve the receipt of funds and the Grant Contract with the Department of Human Services (DHS) for school linked mental health services Scott County has been a recipient of grant funds to provide school-linked mental health services to children and adolescents in Scott County since 2008. Through the most recent application process, Scott County was awarded 989,946 for a three-year period, which begins July 1, 2018 and runs through June 30, 2021. For the past ten years, the Scott County Mental Health Center (MHC) has been providing school-linked mental health services to children and adolescents in Scott County schools with the support of this DHS grant funding. School-linked mental health services are provided on-site in the schools. The therapists provide diagnostic assessments, psychological evaluations, individual and group therapy, crisis assessments and intervention, and connection to needed resources for students with significant mental health issues and their families. Therapists also provide consultation and training to staff and parents regarding mental health issues and resources. The mental health practitioner provides skills training and skills groups on an as needed basis to students. Services are offered to students who would not otherwise have access to mental health resources. Insurance is billed when students have coverage. Outcome measures gathered from parents, students, therapists, and teachers indicate very positive results for students receiving services from the program (improved functioning and symptom reduction).
Tagged Passions:health, contract, administrator, education, services, mental health, Immigration, training, instruction, students, insurance, funding, parents, grant, and program

One important funding source for this programming is a grant allocation given by DHS. In 2017, the Minnesota Legislature authorized funding for the continuation of school-linked mental health services across the State. In December 2017, DHS issued a Request for Proposals to fund these services for a three-year period beginning on July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021. The MHC has been awarded 989,946 (or approximately 329,982 annually) to continue to provide school-linked mental health services in Scott County schools over the next three-year grant cycle.

This Grant Application to DHS will allow for the continued funding of services developed and implemented with the current grant cycle. The funding would provide for the continuation of 9.1 staff to provide mental health services in the Belle Plaine, Jordan, New Prague, Shakopee, Prior Lake/Savage, and Southwest Metro Intermediate school districts. Funding for these positions comes from a combination of insurance billing, contracts with local school districts, and this DHS grant allocation. Fiscal Impact: No fiscal impact. The application to DHS for the MHC to provide school-linked mental health services is budget neutral. A combination of grant funding, district funding and third party billing make the positions dedicated to this service provision levy neutral. It is estimated that this grant funding pays for approximately 25 of each FTE, while the remaining 75 is paid through third party billing and district contracts. Participation in this program and approval of this Grant Application does not negatively impact the Health and Human Services budget. AGENDA 6.8 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Tagged Passions:Public Transit, health, contract, budget, education, services, mental health, Immigration, insurance, funding, grant, and program

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Health and Human Services CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No PRESENTER: Barb Dahl, Social Services Director ATTACHMENTS:
Tagged Passions:health, services, and social services

Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Receipt of Funds and the Grant Contract With the Department of Human Services for Day Treatment and Mental Health Services at Southwest Metro Intermediate District 288 and Approve the Addition of 1.45 Full-Time Equivalent Grant Funded Positions
Tagged Passions:Public Transit, health, contract, services, mental health, funding, and grant

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS:
Tagged Passions:administrator and instruction

Denied: Pam Selvig Barb Dahl Terry Raddatz

Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda items is to approve the receipt of funds and the Grant Contract with the Department of Human Services for Day Treatment and Mental Health Services at Southwest Metro Intermediate District 288 and approve the addition of 1.45 full-time equivalent Grant funded positions. The Grant Contract is between the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) and the Scott County Mental Health Center (MHC) for the provision of day treatment services at SouthWest Metro Intermediate District 288. On February 20, 2018, the Scott County Board approved a Grant Application to DHS to expand MHC services at SouthWest Metro Intermediate District 288, and Scott County s request to DHS was funded at 425,876 over a two year contract period. For the past four years, the MHC has been providing on-site therapy and day treatment services at SouthWest Metro Intermediate District to students. Day treatment programs are designed to meet the needs of students who have been unable to find success in other settings but do not require 24-hour care. The therapists provide diagnostic assessments, psychological evaluations, individual and group therapy, crisis assessments and intervention, and connection to needed resources for students with significant mental health issues and their families. Therapists also provide consultation and training to staff and parents regarding mental health issues and resources. The mental health practitioner provides skills training and skills groups on an as needed basis to students. Services are offered to students who would not otherwise have access to mental health resources. Insurance is billed when students have coverage. Outcome measures gathered from parents, students, therapists, and teachers indicate very positive results for students receiving services from the program (improved functioning and symptom reduction). The 2017 Legislature provided 4.9 million for mental health grants designed to improve mental health outcomes for students attending an intermediate school district that serves students at a federal instruction level of 4 or higher. A level 4 student is defined as someone who is educated in a separate day facility for more than 50 of the day in a program specifically developed for students with disabilities including mental health needs. In January 2018, DHS issued a Request for Proposals to fund these mental health services for a period beginning on May 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020. The MHC was fully funded at the request of 425,876 or approximately 212,938 annually to continue to provide and expand day treatment mental health services at SouthWest Metro during this grant cycle. All area school districts and SouthWest Metro have indicated a high need for additional services. Due to this, one additional therapist is being requested, which will allow for day treatment services to be provided to students as young as early middle school. In addition, a .45 FTE mental health practitioner will be added to help support student and programming needs. The addition of these positions would bring the total staffing complement at SouthWest Metro Intermediate District 288 for day treatment and mental health services to 4.45 FTEs. Funding for these positions comes from a combination of insurance billing, contracts with SouthWest Metro, and this DHS grant allocation. In addition, 17,000 of this grant funding will be dedicated to pay for additional space needs at Shakopee Town Square to ensure that student day treatment services continue to be provided in a clinically therapeutic and safe environment. Fiscal Impact:
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None. The Contract from DHS for the MHC to provide enhanced and expanded day treatment services will not have additional costs to the County. The Grant and insurance reimbursement will fully fund the salary, benefits, mileage, and equipment costs of the staff dedicated to providing mental health services in the schools. A combination of grant funding, intermediate school district funding, and third party billing make the added positions revenue neutral to the County. In addition, space to provide services onsite at the intermediate school district location would be covered through these grant funds, which is estimated at approximately 17,000 a year annually.

Participation in this program and approval of this grant funding does not negatively affect the Health and Human Services budget. The 2018 Health and Human Services budget will be adjusted to reflect the increased revenue and offsetting expense associated with this new funding. If this Agreement is terminated or not renewed, the 1.45 positions being requested will be eliminated and the Rental Agreement will be discontinued at Shakopee Town Square. AGENDA 6.9 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Tagged Passions:health, contract, budget, education, services, rental, mental health, Immigration, equipment, insurance, funding, grant, and program

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: June 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Community Services Natural Resources CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
Tagged Passions:services

PRESENTER: Melissa Bokman - 8887 ATTACHMENTS:

Yes No PROJECT: Scott WMO TIME REQUESTED: N/A

ACTION REQUESTED: Set a Public Hearing Date of July 10, 2018, at 9:30 a.m. to Receive Comments on the Draft 2019 2026 Scott Watershed Management Organization Comprehensive Water Resources Management Plan

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, hearing, watershed, and water

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Paul Nelson, Environmental Services Program Manager Melissa Bokman, Sr. Water Resources Planner Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this request is to set a public hearing date of July 10, 2018, at 9:30 a.m. to receive comments on the Draft 2019 2026 Scott Watershed Management Organization Comprehensive Water Resources Management Plan. The Board authorized the release of the draft 2019 - 2026 Comprehensive Water Resources Management Plan in March for the required 60-day agency review period. This period is now over and the next step is to hold a hearing where the public can provide comment. Fiscal Impact: N/A AGENDA 6.10 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, hearing, administrator, manager, services, instruction, watershed, water, environment, and program

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Employee Relations CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No PRESENTER: Lori Huss ATTACHMENTS:

Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Adopt Resolution No. 2018-094; Appointing Julie K. Hanson as County Recorder/Registrar of Titles Effective June 19, 2018, and Rescinding Resolution 2010-128

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Monica Siegle, Employee Relations Julie Hanson, Property Customer Service Manager Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to adopt Resolution No. 2018-094 appointing Julie K. Hanson as County Recorder/Registrar of Titles and rescinding Resolution No. 2010-128. The duties of County Recorder/Registrar of Titles were previously conducted by the County Surveyor. Due to the transfer of duties in the Community Services Division, the duties of the County Recorder/Registrar of Titles will be conducted by Ms. Hanson effective June 19, 2018.
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Per Minnesota Statue 375A.10, Subdivision 3, the County Recorder/Registrar of Titles shall be filled by appointment by the County Commissioners. As Property Customer Service Manager, Ms. Hanson has the required skills to perform the duties of County Recorder/Registrar of Titles.

Fiscal Impact: NA
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

Date: June 19, 2018

Resolution No.: 2018-094

Motion by Commissioner:

Seconded by Commissioner: ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 2018-094 APPOINTING JULIE K. HANSON AS COUNTY RECORDER/REGISTRAR OF TITLES EFFECTIVE JUNE 19, 2018, AND RESCINDING RESOLUTION 2010-128 WHEREAS, the provisions of Minn. Stat. 375A.10, subd. 3, require the appointment of a County Recorder/Registrar of Titles, and WHEREAS, the duties of the Scott County Recorder/Registrar of Titles were previously conducted by County Surveyor James Hentges, and are now duties of the Property and Customer Service Manager position held by Ms. Hanson. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners in and for the County of Scott, Minnesota, that Ms. Julie Hanson be and, hereby is, appointed to the position of Scott County Recorder/Registrar of Titles effective June 19, 2018.
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BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that Resolution No. 2010-128 is rescinded.

COMMISSIONERS VOTE Weckman Brekke Yes No Absent Abstain Wolf Yes No Absent Abstain Beard Yes No Absent Abstain Beer Yes No Absent Abstain Ulrich Yes No Absent Abstain State of Minnesota) County of Scott ) I, Gary L. Shelton, duly appointed qualified County Administrator for the County of Scott, State of Minnesota, do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy of a resolution with the original minutes of the proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners, Scott County, Minnesota, at their session held on the _19th_ day of _June_, 2018 now on file in my office, and have found the same to be a true and correct copy thereof.

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Witness my hand and official seal at Shakopee, Minnesota, this _19th_ day of _June_, 2018.

County Administrator Administrator's Designee AGENDA 6.11 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
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REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Employee Relations

CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No PRESENTER: Monica Siegle ATTACHMENTS: Yes No PROJECT: --- TIME REQUESTED: --- ACTION REQUESTED: Approve Payroll Processing of Personnel Actions Indicated Below and Hereby Certified by the Employee Relations Director and the Appointing Authority to be in Compliance With the Provisions of Minnesota Statutes 375.56 375.71 and the Scott County Personnel System
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CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Monica Siegle, Employee Relations Cara Madsen, Volunteer and Community Coordinator Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification:
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1.
Separation of employment for Kristal Grigsby, FT Therapist, Health and Human Services Division, effective 06/28/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, services, and employment

2.
Separation of employment for Lisa Schickedanz, FT Associate Planner, Community Services Division, effective 06/13/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and employment

3.
Separation of employment for Rick Beise, FT Equipment Mechanic, Transportation Services Division, effective 06/06/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, equipment, and employment

4.
Separation of employment for Rachael Gardner, FT Corrections Officer, Sheriff s Office, effective 06/17/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety, jail, and employment

5.
Separation of employment for Jamie Carr, PT (50 FTE) Financial Assistance Specialist, Health and Human Services Division, effective 06/29/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, services, employment, and finance

6.
Separation of employment for Angela Rasmussen, PT (50 FTE) Librarian, Community Services Division, effective 08/30/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, library, and employment

7.
Separation of employment for Maggie Kasunic, Intermittent (34 FTE) Librarian-Unclassified, Community Services Division, effective 05/24/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, library, and employment

8.
Separation of employment for Marlon Wiley, Intermittent (34 FTE) Librarian Aide-Unclassified, Community Services Division, effective 06/06/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, library, and employment

9.
FT Probationary employment for Moises Delatorre, Librarian-Subject Specialist, Community Services Division, effective 07/26/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, library, and employment

10.
FT Probationary employment for Timothy Bulger, FT Probationary Deputy County Assessor, Community Services Division, effective 06/21/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and employment

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FT Probationary employment for Theresa Flahaven, Assistant County Attorney I, Attorney s Office, effective 06/11/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal and employment

12.
FT Probationary employment for Michael Barth, 911 Dispatcher, Sheriff s Office, effective 06/14/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety, Tony Taylor Custom, 911, and employment

13.
FT Probationary employment for Angela Schneider, Senior Accountant, Office of Management and Budget, effective 06/11/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget and employment

14.
FT Probationary employment for Tiffany Dekker, Financial Assistance Specialist, Health and Human Services Division, effective 06/11/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, services, employment, and finance

15.
FT Probationary employment for Zubin Medora, Electronic Forensics Analyst, Sheriff s Office, effective 06/11/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety and employment

16.
FT Temporary employment for Nicholas Heller, Program Seasonal Delivery, Transportation Services Division, effective 06/04/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, employment, and program

17.
FT Temporary employment for Brendan Zangs, Program Seasonal Delivery, Transportation Services Division, effective 06/08/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, employment, and program

18.
Intermittent (34 FTE) employment for Madison Studnicka, Facility Probation Officer-Unclassified, Health and Human Services Division, effective 06/06/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, services, facility, and employment

19.
Intermittent (34 FTE) employment for James Ulrich, Corrections Officer-Unclassified, Sheriff s Office, effective 06/11/18.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety, jail, and employment

20.
Promotion for Jennifer Schuldt, FT Psychologist I to FT Probationary Psychologist II, Health and Human Services Division, effective 06/01/18.

21.The recognition of the following individuals as volunteers which will enable them to be covered for liability insurance purposes in accordance with the insurance contracts currently in force with Scott County: Add Sahana Suresh Gabriela Gilpin Michael Lenz Andrew Kilinski Alex Nelson Erica Keimig Michelle Fitzpatrick Emily Gatzmeyer Katie Schoenecker Fiscal Impact: N/A AGENDA 6.12 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

Tagged Passions:health, contract, recognition, services, volunteer, and insurance

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Health Human Services Social Services CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
Tagged Passions:health, services, and social services

PRESENTER: Danielle Fox Adult Services Manager

ATTACHMENTS:
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Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Service Agreement Renewal With Pinnacle Services for Contracted Case Management Services
Tagged Passions:contract and services

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS:
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Denied: Danielle Fox Barb Dahl Pam Selvig

Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to approve the Service Agreement Renewal with Pinnacle Services for contracted case management services. This Agreement will be effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021 and will allow Pinnacle Services to provide contracted case management for eligible clients under the home and community based waiver programs. Case management services include working with eligible recipients to develop and coordinate service plans, select individual service providers, and the ongoing monitoring and evaluation of services. Specific service amounts are authorized by County staff and reimbursed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS).
Tagged Passions:contract, services, Immigration, and program

These services and funding are provided under the Alternative Care (AC), Elderly Waiver (EW), Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI), Community Alternatives for Care (CAC), Brain Injury (BI), and Developmental Disabilities (DD) waiver programs. The execution of this Contract in no way obligates Scott County to purchase services or refer clients to the provider.

Fiscal Impact: None. The provider bills the County for eligible services and the County is reimbursed by the State for these services. AGENDA 6.13 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

Tagged Passions:disability, contract, purchasing, services, funding, and program

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Health Human Services Social Services CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
Tagged Passions:health, services, and social services

PRESENTER: Danielle Fox Adult Services Manager

ATTACHMENTS:
Tagged Passions:manager and services

Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the Service Agreement Renewal With Thomas Allen, Inc. for Contracted Case Management Services
Tagged Passions:contract and services

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS:
Tagged Passions:administrator and instruction

Denied: Danielle Fox Barb Dahl Pam Selvig

Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to approve the Service Agreement Renewal with Thomas Allen, Inc. for contracted case management services. This Agreement is effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021 and will allow Thomas Allen, Inc. to provide contracted case management for eligible clients under the home and community based waiver programs. Case management services include working with eligible recipients to develop and coordinate service plans, select individual service providers, and ongoing monitoring and evaluation of services. Specific service amounts are authorized by County staff and reimbursed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS).
Tagged Passions:contract, services, Immigration, and program

These services and funding are provided under the Alternative Care (AC), Elderly Waiver (EW), Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI), Community Alternatives for Care (CAC), Brain Injury (BI), and Developmental Disabilities (DD) waiver programs. The execution of this Contract in no way obligates Scott County to purchase services or refer clients to the provider.

Fiscal Impact: None. The provider bills the County for eligible services and the County is reimbursed by the State for these services. AGENDA 6.14 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

Tagged Passions:disability, contract, purchasing, services, funding, and program

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: JUNE 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Health and Human Services Social Services CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No PRESENTER: Danielle Fox, Adult Services Manager ATTACHMENTS:
Tagged Passions:health, manager, services, and social services

Yes No PROJECT: TIME REQUESTED:

ACTION REQUESTED: Accept Community Living Infrastructure Grant Funds, Approve a 1.0 Full-Time Equivalent Position, and Approve the Agreement With the Department of Human Services
Tagged Passions:services, funding, and grant

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS:
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Denied: Danielle Fox Barb Dahl Pam Selvig

Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to accept Community Living Infrastructure Grant Funds, approve a 1.0 full-time equivalent (FTE) position, and approve the Agreement with the Department of Human Services. The Agreement with the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) will be effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019. In May 2015 the Scott County Board approved a Grant Application to the Department of Human Services for one FTE to address community housing for some of Scott County s most vulnerable citizens. A Grant Application was submitted for the approved purpose again in 2017, but both attempts were not awarded funding. In April 2018, a final attempt to DHS was made and Scott County was awarded 79,750. This is a new Grant in the amount of 79,750 to fund a full-time Housing Coordinator and related staffing expenses. The intent of the additional staff person is to monitor and grow Scott County s Housing Support Program in order to provide additional supportive resources to individuals who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of institutionalization. The Housing Support Programing (formerly known as Group Residential Housing) pays for room and board for qualifying seniors and adults with disabilities who have low incomes. The program aims to reduce and prevent people from living in institutions or becoming homeless. Over 20,000 Minnesotans receive Housing Support assistance each month to pay for rent and food. About 27 of program recipients also receive Housing Support supplemental service funding to provide other services, including but not limited to: medication reminders, assistance with transportation, arranging for meetings and appointments, and arranging for medical and social services. This is new grant funding to Scott County and is expected to be renewed for additional years pending renewal applications. DHS budgets for fiscal years 2018 and 2019 include 1.4 million to fund projects across the state. The amount increases to 1.5 million beginning in 2020, and then to 2.6 million each year after that.
Tagged Passions:transportation, budget, human resources, services, appointments, Immigration, risk, social services, funding, homeless, grant, housing, program, and seniors

Fiscal Impact: None. Grant funding covers the costs related to the addition of 1.0 FTE staffing and supplies needed to carry out the expectations of the Grant. Acceptance of the Grant and approval of this Agreement is budget neutral. If this Agreement is terminated or not renewed, this position will be eliminated.

AGENDA 6.15 SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Tagged Passions:budget, human resources, funding, and grant

REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION MEETING DATE: June 19, 2018

ORIGINATING DIVISION: ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT: Transportation Services Highway Department- Program Delivery CONSENT AGENDA: Yes No
Tagged Passions:transportation, services, and program

PRESENTER: Tony Winiecki - 8008 ATTACHMENTS:

Yes No PROJECT: CP 27-16 TIME REQUESTED: N/A

ACTION REQUESTED: Adopt Resolution No. 2018-083; Adopting the Findings of Fact and Conclusion and Declaring a Negative Declaration on the Need for an Environmental Impact Statement for the County Highway (CH) 27 Reconstruction Project From South of CH 21 to South of CH 44 in Credit River Township

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:watershed and environment

CONTRACT/POLICY/GRANT:

County Attorney Review Risk Management Review FISCAL: Finance Review Budget Change ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
Tagged Passions:contract, legal, budget, policy, risk, grant, and finance

Stewardship: Ensuring the responsible and stable investment of taxpayer dollars and communicating its value to the public

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:investment

Partnership: Aligning existing resources, volunteers and programs to achieve shared goals

Leadership: Anticipating changes and managing challenges based on reliable information and citizen input Commitment: Developing a high quality workforce that is dedicated to advancing a safe, healthy and livable community Customer Service: Creating a customer experience that is respectful, responsive and solution-oriented
Tagged Passions:volunteer, workforce, and program

Innovation: Exploring and adopting new technologies and processes with the goal of improving service and reducing the long term cost of service delivery

No additional detail provided

DEPARTMENT/DIVISION HEAD SIGNATURE: COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE:

Approved: DISTRIBUTION/FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Denied: Tabled: Other: Deputy Clerk : Date: Background/Justification: The purpose of this agenda item is to adopt Resolution No. 2018-083; adopting the Findings of Fact and Conclusion and declaring a negative declaration on the need for an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the County Highway (CH) 27 reconstruction project from south of CH 21 to south of CH 44 in Credit River Township. The project includes the reconstruction of 1.8 miles of CH 27 from a two-lane rural roadway into a four-lane divided urban roadway with turn lanes, center median, paved shoulders, and multi-use trails on both sides of the roadway. The project includes closing intersections for five local roads which create operational and safety issues on CH 27 in order to improve access spacing on CH 27 for its functional classification as an A-Minor Arterial Highway. The five closed intersections involve relocating two intersections to connect opposite existing or future full intersections; either constructing cul-de-sacs or a loop connection road between two adjoining intersecting local roads, which has access via other local roads; and closing one local road intersection, which has access via other local roads. The project also includes curb and gutter, storm sewer, and stormwater ponding. The stormwater will be routed to four infiltration areas and two wet detention basins for treatment. Cleary Lake Regional Park, a park administered by Three Rivers Park District, is impacted due to the widening of CH 27 at the CH 21 intersection. This will require property acquisition and the relocation of a trail. The realigned park trail and the proposed trails along CH 27 will accommodate a future County regional trail connection to Murphy-Hanrahan Regional Park. The purpose of the project is to improve safety, mobility, and capacity on CH 27 between CH 21 and CH 44. This project is included in the 2018-2027 Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) for construction in 2021. A mandatory Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) is required to comply with State Statutes due to the construction of additional travel lanes greater than one mile in length. In accordance with Minnesota Rules Chapter 4410, Scott County has prepared an EAW document and distributed it to all required review agencies and the general public for comment. The official notice of its availability was published in the Environmental Quality Board (EQB) Monitor on March 5, 2018, starting the 30-day public comment period. The 30-day public comment period for the EAW ended on April 4, 2018. Scott County has completed the public comment period for the EAW. Written comments were received from six agencies. Based upon the oral and written comments received, Scott County has prepared written responses and found there is no potential for significant environmental impacts as a result of the project. The State Archaeologist s comments included a recommendation, not a requirement, for an archaeologist survey, and we are in the process of arranging a survey. In consideration of environmental criteria, impacts, and comments received on the EAW for the CH 27 reconstruction project, staff recommends a Negative Declaration on the need for an Environmental Impact Statement. Click here for the Findings of Fact and Conclusions, dated May 3, 2018 and summary of comments from reviewing agencies together with Scott County s responses. Notice of the Board s action on this EAW will be mailed to all persons on the EAW distribution list and to all persons that commented in writing during the 30-day review period. Notice will also be sent to the EQB and published in the EQB Monitor. Fiscal Impact: None
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, transportation, parks, property, streets, administrator, trails, travel, detention, instruction, watershed, sewer, stormwater, rural, construction, and environment

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

Date: June 19, 2018

Resolution No.: 2018-083

Motion by Commissioner:

Seconded by Commissioner:

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-083; ADOPTING THE FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSION AND

DECLARING A NEGATIVE DECLARATION ON THE NEED FOR AN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT FOR THE COUNTY HIGHWAY (CH) 27 RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT FROM
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SOUTH OF CH 21 TO SOUTH OF CH 44 IN CREDIT RIVER TOWNSHIP

WHEREAS, the project is for the reconstruction of County Highway (CH) 27 from south of CH 21 to south of CH 44 in Credit River Township; and WHEREAS, the project will improve the safety, mobility, and capacity on CH 27 between CH 21 and
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CH 44; and

WHEREAS, the project includes additional lanes to CH 27 greater than one mile in length; and WHEREAS, in accordance with Minnesota Rules Chapter 4410, the County has prepared an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) document and distributed it to various governmental agencies and the general public for comment; and WHEREAS, the official notice of its availability was published in the Environmental Quality Board (EQB) Monitor on March 5, 2018, starting the 30-day public comment period; and WHEREAS, Scott County received six written comments from governmental agencies during the 30-day public comment period, closing on April 4, 2018; and WHEREAS, based upon the oral and written comments received, Scott County has prepared the Findings of Fact and Conclusions including written responses; and WHEREAS, all requirements for environmental review of the project have been met; and WHEREAS, the EAW and permit processes related to the project have generated information that is sufficient to determine whether the project has the potential for significant effects; and WHEREAS, areas where potential environmental effects have been identified are being addressed during the detail design of the project. Mitigation will be provided where impacts are expected to result from project construction, operation, or maintenance. Mitigation measures are incorporated into project design, and have been or will be coordinated with county and state agencies during the permit process; and WHEREAS, based on the criteria in Minnesota Rules part 4410.1700, the project does not have the potential for significant environmental effects.

Tagged Passions:construction and environment

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

Date: June 19, 2018

Resolution No.: 2018-083

Motion by Commissioner:

Seconded by Commissioner: NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Scott County Board of Commissioners hereby adopts the Findings of Fact and Conclusions for the EAW on County Highway (CH) 27 reconstruction project.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that based on the information gathered during the EAW process, comments received on the EAW, and the criteria in Minnesota Rules part 4410.1700, the CH 27 reconstruction project does not have the potential for significant environmental impact and an EIS will not be prepared.

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BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the Scott County Board of Commissioners hereby authorizes the distribution of a negative declaration on the need for an Environmental Impact Statement to all parties included on the EAW distribution list and to all persons who commented in writing during the review period.

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