Amd 1 to Agmt A177637 with the State of MN for Criminal Mental Health Court funding, incr recv amt by 17,000 for a new total recv amount of 443,000, no change in the contract period, 17,000 supp app 2018 DOCCR budget CONSENT Commissioner Peter McLaughlin moved to approve, seconded by Commissioner Debbie Goettel and approved - 6 Yeas 1 Absent: Opat
Agmt 5038C7 with MN Dept of Public Safety extending the Emergency Management Performance grant end date through 7/31/18 CONSENT Commissioner Debbie Goettel moved to approve, seconded by Commissioner Jan Callison and approved - 6 Yeas 1 Absent: Opat
There being no further business, the meeting of the Public Safety Committee for Tuesday, June 5, 2018 was declared adjourned at 2:50 PM. Yolanda C Clark Deputy Clerk to the Board Page 2 of 12 Board Action Request 18-0244 Item Description: Amd 2 to Agmt A177346 with ESi Acquisition, Inc. for software support and hosting services, extend end date to 12/31/18 with renewals through 12/31/23, incr NTE by 188,885 for new total NTE of 220,000
Background: ESi Acquisition, Inc. provides software, support and hosting services for the WebEOC application used by the Department of Emergency Management. The WebEOC application is used by public safety and emergency response agencies to provide real-time information to authorized users to effectively manage incident, situational awareness, and disaster information. This Amendment allows for the annual renewal of services with a cost increase of no more than 1.5 each year through December 31, 2023. This request has been reviewed and approved by the Hennepin County Chief Information Officer. Page 3 of 12 Board Action Request 18-0245 Item Description: Amd 3 to Agmt A20079 with the Metropolitan Emergency Services Board, adding leased antenna space at the Parkers Lake site and deleting Brooklyn Park site, ext end date to 12/31/29, NTE 0
Background: On November 1, 1999 the Hennepin County Board entered into a contract to lease public safety radio antenna space to the Metropolitan Radio Board (MRB) at six antenna site locations owned by Hennepin County. The successor agency to the MRB, the Metropolitan Emergency Services Board (MESB) wishes to amend the agreement to extend the end date through December 31, 2029, add an antenna site at Parker s Lake, and delete an antenna site at Brooklyn Park. This remains a no charge lease with the MESB agreeing to continue to reimburse the County for operating expenses at the sites in lieu of rent as they have done for the past twenty years. These radio sites are critical for the continued operation of the shared two way radio system which serves the communication needs of public safety (fire, police, EMS), public service, transportation and school districts within the County. Page 4 of 12 Board Action Request 18-0246 Item Description: Adopt Hennepin County All-Hazard Mitigation Plan WHEREAS, Hennepin County has participated in the hazard mitigation planning process as established under the federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000; and WHEREAS, the Act establishes a framework for the development of a County Hazard Mitigation Plan; and WHEREAS, the Act as requires public involvement and local coordination among neighboring local units of government and businesses in the assessment and planning process; and WHEREAS, the Hennepin County Plan includes a risk assessment including county disaster history, an inventory of hazards that threaten the County, an estimate of infrastructure at risk, a general description of population, land use and development trends; and WHEREAS, the Hennepin County Plan includes a mitigation strategy including goals and objectives and an action plan identifying specific mitigation projects and costs that will reduce disaster impacts; and WHEREAS, the Hennepin County Plan includes a maintenance or implementation process including plan updates, integration of the plan into other planning documents and how Hennepin County will maintain public participation and coordination; and WHEREAS, the Plan has been shared with the Minnesota Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management and the Federal Emergency Management Agency for review and comment; and
should be referenced in each summary by using the appropriate numbers (A1, B3, etc.), where applicable. Requirements for each Element and sub-element are described in detail in this Plan Review Guide in Section 4, Regulation Checklist. 1. REGULATION CHECKLIST Location in Plan (section and/or page number) Met Not Met Regulation (44 CFR 201.6 Local Mitigation Plans)
authority to regulate development as well as other interests to be involved in the planning process? (Requirement 201.6(b)(2)) Vol. 1, Pg. 15-29: Neighboring counties, special districts, and departments involved in land use were reached out to or served on the planning team or participated in a survey. x
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