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Agenda

Web Site: www.douglascounty-ne.gov

9/14/2018, 3:25 PM Page 1 Disclaimer Douglas County assumes no liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions or discrepancies. For the most up-to-date information contact, the Douglas County Commissioners, 402-444-6072.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEBRASKA TUESDAY, September 18, 2018 LEGISLATIVE CHAMBER, OMAHA-DOUGLAS CIVIC CENTER

1819 FARNAM, OMAHA, NE

9:00 a.m. --A copy of the Open Meetings Act is located on the north wall of the Legislative Chambers-- --Please silence all electronic devices--

Pledge of Allegiance

NOTE TO CITIZENS:

--Any agenda item may be moved at any time at the discretion of the Chair of the Board of County Commissioners-- --An Automatic External Defibrillator is available on the back wall of the Legislative Chambers-- AGENDA FOR

DOUGLAS COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION (9:00 a.m.)

--Note to Citizens: Any agenda item may be moved at any time at the discretion of the

Chair of the Board of County Commissioners--

Roll Call A. Approval of the minutes of the Board of Equalization meeting held Tuesday, September 11, 2018. (See Attached) Web Site: www.douglascounty-ne.gov 9/14/2018, 3:25 PM Page 2

B.
Call for a meeting and set Tuesday, September 25, 2018, as date for hearing on Certified Assessment Corrections reflecting the addition of omitted property to the tax rolls or increased value on property.

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Tagged Passions:property, taxes, hearing, Taxes, and jail

C.
CITIZENS COMMENTS: This is an opportunity for members of the audience to be heard at this time for a maximum of 5 minutes on any topic not on the agenda as it relates to the Board of Equalization. However, under the Open Meetings Act, agenda items should give some notice of the matters to be considered by the Board so that the public will know which matters are under consideration. As a result, the Board will not debate or take action on any item presented during Citizen Comments.

RESOLUTIONS: D. Approving application for tax exemptions on motor vehicles recommended for approval by the County Treasurer. (See Attached)

Tagged Passions:Treasurer, taxes, Taxes, and TREASURER

EXECUTIVE SESSION:

We reserve the right to enter an executive session in order to protect the public interest with respect to discussion regarding labor negotiations, litigation and personnel.

ADJOURN AGENDA FOR
Tagged Passions:personnel, legal, and union

DOUGLAS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS (Immediately following the conclusion of the Board of Equalization meeting)

--Note to Citizens: Any agenda item may be moved at any time at the discretion of the Chair of the Board of County Commissioners-- Roll Call

I.
MINUTES AND CLAIMS:

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A.
Approval of minutes of the Board of Commissioners meeting held Tuesday, September 11, 2018. (See Attached)

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B.
Approval of claims submitted for payment processed through Tuesday, September 18, 2018. Complete listing is on file in the office of the County Clerk/Comptroller and available on the Douglas County Clerk/Comptroller s web page at:

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http://www.douglascountyclerk.org/supplierchecks

Web Site: www.douglascounty-ne.gov

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II.
CONSENT AGENDA: Any individual item may be removed by a Commissioner for special discussion and consideration. Unless there is an exception, these items will be approved as one with a single vote of the Board of Commissioners.

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A.
Extension of Inmate Telephone Services Agreement between Douglas County

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Tagged Passions:services

Department of Corrections and Global Tel*Link, Corporation. (Budgeted) (Debbie Otwell, Corrections) (Held over from Tuesday, September 11, 2018, meeting)

B. Resolution authorizing the Chair to allow the Department of General Assistance to continue partnering with the VA Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System under the newly revised Community Service Agreement. (Deb Redding, General Assistance) (See Attached) C. Resolution approving the schedule of fund transfers for the 2018-19 fiscal year. ( 15,770,000 - Budgeted) (Joe Lorenz, Director of Finance and Budget) (See Attached) D. Delinquent Tax Annual Report. (Dennis Rookstool, Douglas County Treasurer s Office) (See Attached) E. Resolution accepting the 2018-2019 NDOT grant award to the Douglas County Attorney s Office. (Shakil A. Malik, Douglas County Attorney s Office) (See Attached)
Tagged Passions:health, Treasurer, budget, taxes, legal, Taxes, TREASURER, jail, finance, and grant

F.
Resolution to approve Demand for Refunds. ( 11,110.26 Budgeted) (Property Tax Division Treasurer) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:property, Treasurer, budget, taxes, Taxes, TREASURER, and property tax

G.
Approval of agreement with Boys and Girls Club of the Midlands for prevention/youth athletics program. ( 25,000 in grant funds) (Catherine Hall, Administration) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:youth, athletics, program, funding, and grant

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Approval of agreement with Boys Town for prevention program. ( 129,881 in grant funds) (Catherine Hall, Administration) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:program, funding, and grant

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Approval of agreement with Center for Holistic Development for prevention/early intervention program. ( 55,198 in grant funds) (Catherine Hall, Administration) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:development, Development, program, funding, and grant

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Approval of agreement with Completely Kids for mental health program. ( 50,000 in grant funds) (Catherine Hall, Administration) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:health, mental health, program, funding, and grant

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Approval of agreement with Nebraska Writers Collective for educational support program. ( 17,740 in grant funds) (Catherine Hall, Administration) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:program, funding, and grant

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Approval of agreement with Release Ministries, Inc. for mentoring program. ( 78,220 in grant funds) (Catherine Hall, Administration) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:mentoring, program, funding, and grant

M.
Approval of agreement with Urban League of Nebraska for truancy intervention program. ( 28,013 in grant funds) (Catherine Hall, Administration) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:program, funding, and grant

N.
Eric Carlson, Purchasing Agent Bid Acceptance: 1. BRAMIC Creative Business Products, LTD to provide DC 911 Communications

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Tagged Passions:business, 911, RFP, rfp, purchasing, Communications, and communications

Center Dispatch Consoles in the amount of 630,244.00. (Budgeted) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:911 and budget

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Tom Doyle, County Engineer requests approval of the following: 1. Appraisal Services Contract with Stevens Real Estate for valuation reports on

four tracts for project C-28(434). The cost is estimated to be 9,450.00, 80 of which will be eligible for federal aid. (Budgeted)
Tagged Passions:services, contract, and budget

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Appraisal Services Contract with Giff Property Services for valuation reports on twenty-four tracts for project C-28(434). The cost is estimated to be 52,300.00, 80 of which will be eligible for federal aid. (Budgeted)

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Tagged Passions:services, property, contract, and budget

III.
RECOGNITION/PROCLAMATIONS:

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Tagged Passions:recognition

A.
Resolution recognizing September 2018 as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. (Commissioners Chris Rodgers and Mary Ann Borgeson) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:recognition and suicide

IV.
CITIZENS COMMENTS: This is an opportunity for members of the audience to be heard at this time for a maximum of 5 minutes on any topic not on the agenda as it relates to the governance of Douglas County. However, under the Open Meetings Act, agenda items should give some notice of the matters to be considered by the Board so that the public will know which matters are under consideration. As a result, the Board will not debate or take action on any item presented during Citizen Comments.

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V.
PRESENTATION:

A. Presentation by Central High School Foundation regarding a request that the County issue its tax-exempt revenue bonds for the benefit of the Foundation. (Action scheduled for Tuesday, September 25, 2018) (Chris Rodgers, Chair) (See Attached) VI. PUBLIC HEARING:

Tagged Passions:taxes, hearing, Taxes, education, and bond

VII.
COMMITTEE DISCUSSION/ACTION:

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A.
FINANCE: Commissioners PJ Morgan and Mike Boyle, Co-chairs

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Tagged Passions:finance

1.
Budget Report. (Budget and Finance Director) (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:budget and finance

B.
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES: Commissioner James Cavanaugh, Chair

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Tagged Passions:services

C.
CHILD AND YOUTH SERVICES: Commissioner Chris Rodgers, Chair

Web Site: www.douglascounty-ne.gov 9/14/2018, 3:25 PM Page 5

Tagged Passions:services and youth

D.
COMMUNITY SERVICES: Commissioner Marc Kraft, Chair

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Tagged Passions:services

E.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE: Commissioner Mike Boyle, Chair

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F.
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Commissioner Clare Duda, Chair

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Tagged Passions:services and health

G.
HUMAN RESOURCES: Commissioner Mary Ann Borgeson, Chair

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Tagged Passions:human resources

1.
Weekly Personnel Report from Civil Service. (See Attached)

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Tagged Passions:personnel

2.
Legislative issues. (See Attached) Note: The Douglas County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to discuss and/or take action on any legislation, resolution or study, pending consideration by the state legislature. Such information may be viewed at the following address (this data is maintained by the Unicameral Information Office):

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http://nebraskalegislature.gov

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Other legislation

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EXECUTIVE SESSION:

We reserve the right to enter an executive session in order to protect the public interest with respect to discussion regarding labor negotiations, litigation, personnel and real estate.

ADJOURN This agenda, which shall be kept continually current, shall be available for public inspection in the Office of the County Commissioners, Omaha-Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam, LC 2, Omaha, NE during normal business hours. Also, available for public inspection will be any corresponding documentation that is provided to the Commissioners Office prior to the weekly County Board meeting.
Tagged Passions:personnel, legal, and union

Members of the public requiring special accommodation(s), such as translators or hearing interpreters, shall if possible, notify the office of the Board by noon the Friday before the scheduled Board Meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Contact 402-444-7025 if arrangements need to be made.

Web Site: www.douglascounty-ne.gov 9/14/2018, 3:25 PM Page 6 COMMITTEE MEETING Administrative Services Committee
Tagged Passions:services and hearing

Commissioner James Cavanaugh, Chair

Monday, September 24, 2018 7:00 P.M.

Omaha-Douglas Civic Center

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1819 Farnam, Legislative Chambers

Omaha, NE

***Enter building through Farnam Street doors (north side) of the Civic Center***

AGENDA --A copy of the Open Meetings Act is located on the north wall of the Legislative Chambers-- --Any agenda item may be moved at any time at the discretion of the Committee Chair-- 1. Public Safety Bond update
Tagged Passions:streets, public safety, and bond

2.
Douglas County Youth Center refurbishment

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Tagged Passions:youth and refurbishment

3.
Other business

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Tagged Passions:business

Executive Session: We reserve the right to enter an executive session in order to protect the public

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interest with respect to discussion regarding labor negotiations, litigation, personnel and real estate.

Tagged Passions:personnel, legal, and union

A
list of committee agendas will be kept continually current and made available by the Board Secretary,

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LC 2, or at the Douglas County Website. Recordings of prior committee meetings will be kept on file in

the office of the Douglas County Clerk. SEPTEMBER, 2018 Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.

Tagged Passions:college prep

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