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BOARD OF HENNEPIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

PRELIMINARY BOARD AGENDA Chair: Marion Greene, District 3 Vice Chair: Mike Opat, District 1

BOARD OF HENNEPIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Members: Irene Fernando, District 2 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2019 Angela Conley, District 4 1:30 PM Debbie Goettel, District 5

Jan Callison, District 6 Jeff Johnson, District 7

1.
Pledge of Allegiance

2. Approval of Agenda

3.
Hennepin Highlights

4. Minutes from Previous Meeting

A.
Minutes 2 5 19

5. Referral of Correspondence and Department Communications

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

A.
Correspondence

No additional detail provided

19
N0016 LTR Mya Sprong, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Minnesota Department of Administration State Historic Preservation Office RE: Properties being considered by the State Historic Preservation Review Board. 19 N0018 LTR Kristin Berwald, Board Secretary to the Joint Airport Zoning Board, Metropolitan Airports Commission RE: Proposed Final Flying Cloud Airport (FCM) Zoning Ordinance and Notice of Second Public Comment Period and Hearing for County Board review. (Additional information is filed with the Clerk to the Board)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, airport, boards and commissions, zoning, historic, preservation, and hearing

B.
Department Communications

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

Referred to Administration, Libraries and Budget Committee

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget and library

19
0071 2019 Citizens Advisory Board Applicants and Appointments Minnehaha Creek Watershed District

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments and watershed

6.
Commendations

No additional detail provided

7.
Commissioner Communications/Updates

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

8.
Claims Register

No additional detail provided

8.A. 19 0066 Claims Register for the period ending February 8, 2019

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PRELIMINARY BOARD AGENDA Chair: Marion Greene, District 3 Vice Chair: Mike Opat, District 1

BOARD OF HENNEPIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Members: Irene Fernando, District 2 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2019 Angela Conley, District 4 1:30 PM Debbie Goettel, District 5

Jan Callison, District 6 Jeff Johnson, District 7

1.
Pledge of Allegiance

2. Approval of Agenda

3.
Hennepin Highlights

4. Minutes from Previous Meeting

A.
Minutes 2 5 19

5. Referral of Correspondence and Department Communications

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

A.
Correspondence

No additional detail provided

19
N0016 LTR Mya Sprong, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Minnesota Department of Administration State Historic Preservation Office RE: Properties being considered by the State Historic Preservation Review Board. 19 N0018 LTR Kristin Berwald, Board Secretary to the Joint Airport Zoning Board, Metropolitan Airports Commission RE: Proposed Final Flying Cloud Airport (FCM) Zoning Ordinance and Notice of Second Public Comment Period and Hearing for County Board review. (Additional information is filed with the Clerk to the Board)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, airport, boards and commissions, zoning, historic, preservation, and hearing

B.
Department Communications

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

Referred to Administration, Libraries and Budget Committee

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget and library

19
0071 2019 Citizens Advisory Board Applicants and Appointments Minnehaha Creek Watershed District

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments and watershed

6.
Commendations

No additional detail provided

7.
Commissioner Communications/Updates

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

8.
Claims Register

No additional detail provided

8.A. 19 0066 Claims Register for the period ending February 8, 2019

8.B. 19 0067 Claims Register for the period ending February 15, 2019

9.
Consent

No additional detail provided

9.A. 19 0053 Human Services Public Health resolution, including contracts and amendments to contracts with providers Report 1902

9.B. 19 0054 Authorization to receive funds from MN Dept of Human Services for a portion of the county's SNAP E T admin expenses, pass through reimbursement to community partners, 10/01/18 09/01/19, est recv of 1,084,961 supplemental appropriation of 584,961 to 2019 HSPH budget
Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, contract, and services

9.C. 19 0048 Amd 1 to Agmt A140828 with Bibliotheca to provide library self checkout technology, ext contract end date to 12/31/20, incr NTE by 356,622 for a new total NTE of 1,225,807

Tagged Passions:contract, Technology, technology, and library

9.D. 19 0049 Agmt PR00000697 with Celarity, Inc. to provide temporary creative staffing, 01/01/19 12/31/19, NTE 175,000

Tagged Passions:human resources

9.E. 19 0050 Acceptance of the proposal of FM Global for building and contents property insurance for the Hennepin Energy Recovery Center, 03/02/19 03/01/20, est NTE 655,000

Tagged Passions:insurance, property, and energy

9.F. 19 0070 Confirmation of appointments to the unclassified position of Department Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Emergency Management

Tagged Passions:appointments, emergency, and diversity

9.G. 19 0055 Agrmt A199480 with HCHRA to provide work crews from the Sentencing to Service Program, 01/01/19 12/31/19, 50,000 (recv)

Tagged Passions:program

9.H. 19 0056 Agmt PR00000892 with RS Eden to provide supportive housing services, 03/01/19 02/29/20, NTE 90,000

9.I. 19 0057 Authorization to accept donation from the MN Vikings Social Justice Fund to fund juvenile programs, educational materials, and related expenditures to benefit residents at the Juvenile Detention Center, 40,000 (recv)
Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, materials, services, program, detention, and housing

9.J. 19 0058 Neg two agmts with City of Minnetonka for cost participation in bikeway, pedestrian, safety, and traffic signal improvements (CP 2183500 and CP 2184000), amend project budget, transfer funds, total NTE 250,000

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, Bicycles, Pedestrian, bicycles, and traffic

9.K. 19 0059 Neg agmt PR00000857 with Kadrmas Lee Jackson, Inc. for design engineering services for CSAH 92/TH 12 intersections in Independence (CP 2161100) (county cost: NTE 1,400,000 state general obligation bonds)

Tagged Passions:bond and services

9.L. 19 0060 Neg Agmts A199473 and A199474 with UP Gateway LLC and OPUS for construction, operation, maintenance and security, and ownership of skyway connections to the Central Library, 03/01/19 12/31/21, no county cost

Tagged Passions:construction, security, Public Transit, gateway, and library

9.M. 19 0061 Page 2 of 83

PRELIMINARY BOARD AGENDA Chair: Marion Greene, District 3 Vice Chair: Mike Opat, District 1

BOARD OF HENNEPIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Members: Irene Fernando, District 2 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2019 Angela Conley, District 4 1:30 PM Debbie Goettel, District 5

Jan Callison, District 6 Jeff Johnson, District 7

1.
Pledge of Allegiance

2. Approval of Agenda

3.
Hennepin Highlights

4. Minutes from Previous Meeting

A.
Minutes 2 5 19

5. Referral of Correspondence and Department Communications

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

A.
Correspondence

No additional detail provided

19
N0016 LTR Mya Sprong, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Minnesota Department of Administration State Historic Preservation Office RE: Properties being considered by the State Historic Preservation Review Board. 19 N0018 LTR Kristin Berwald, Board Secretary to the Joint Airport Zoning Board, Metropolitan Airports Commission RE: Proposed Final Flying Cloud Airport (FCM) Zoning Ordinance and Notice of Second Public Comment Period and Hearing for County Board review. (Additional information is filed with the Clerk to the Board)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, airport, boards and commissions, zoning, historic, preservation, and hearing

B.
Department Communications

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

Referred to Administration, Libraries and Budget Committee

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget and library

19
0071 2019 Citizens Advisory Board Applicants and Appointments Minnehaha Creek Watershed District

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments and watershed

6.
Commendations

No additional detail provided

7.
Commissioner Communications/Updates

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

8.
Claims Register

No additional detail provided

8.A. 19 0066 Claims Register for the period ending February 8, 2019

8.B. 19 0067 Claims Register for the period ending February 15, 2019

9.
Consent

No additional detail provided

9.A. 19 0053 Human Services Public Health resolution, including contracts and amendments to contracts with providers Report 1902

9.B. 19 0054 Authorization to receive funds from MN Dept of Human Services for a portion of the county's SNAP E T admin expenses, pass through reimbursement to community partners, 10/01/18 09/01/19, est recv of 1,084,961 supplemental appropriation of 584,961 to 2019 HSPH budget
Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, contract, and services

9.C. 19 0048 Amd 1 to Agmt A140828 with Bibliotheca to provide library self checkout technology, ext contract end date to 12/31/20, incr NTE by 356,622 for a new total NTE of 1,225,807

Tagged Passions:contract, Technology, technology, and library

9.D. 19 0049 Agmt PR00000697 with Celarity, Inc. to provide temporary creative staffing, 01/01/19 12/31/19, NTE 175,000

Tagged Passions:human resources

9.E. 19 0050 Acceptance of the proposal of FM Global for building and contents property insurance for the Hennepin Energy Recovery Center, 03/02/19 03/01/20, est NTE 655,000

Tagged Passions:insurance, property, and energy

9.F. 19 0070 Confirmation of appointments to the unclassified position of Department Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Emergency Management

Tagged Passions:appointments, emergency, and diversity

9.G. 19 0055 Agrmt A199480 with HCHRA to provide work crews from the Sentencing to Service Program, 01/01/19 12/31/19, 50,000 (recv)

Tagged Passions:program

9.H. 19 0056 Agmt PR00000892 with RS Eden to provide supportive housing services, 03/01/19 02/29/20, NTE 90,000

9.I. 19 0057 Authorization to accept donation from the MN Vikings Social Justice Fund to fund juvenile programs, educational materials, and related expenditures to benefit residents at the Juvenile Detention Center, 40,000 (recv)
Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, materials, services, program, detention, and housing

9.J. 19 0058 Neg two agmts with City of Minnetonka for cost participation in bikeway, pedestrian, safety, and traffic signal improvements (CP 2183500 and CP 2184000), amend project budget, transfer funds, total NTE 250,000

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, Bicycles, Pedestrian, bicycles, and traffic

9.K. 19 0059 Neg agmt PR00000857 with Kadrmas Lee Jackson, Inc. for design engineering services for CSAH 92/TH 12 intersections in Independence (CP 2161100) (county cost: NTE 1,400,000 state general obligation bonds)

Tagged Passions:bond and services

9.L. 19 0060 Neg Agmts A199473 and A199474 with UP Gateway LLC and OPUS for construction, operation, maintenance and security, and ownership of skyway connections to the Central Library, 03/01/19 12/31/21, no county cost

Tagged Passions:construction, security, Public Transit, gateway, and library

9.M. 19 0061 Neg Subordinate Funding Agmt A199488 with Metropolitan Council for inspection support services for the SWLRT project, 01/01/19 12/31/19, est recv 783,028

9.N. 19 0062 Authorization to apply for Local Road Improvement Program funding grants for Webber 44 Reconstruction Project in Minneapolis (CP 2111000)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, council, streets, services, and program

9.O. 19 0063 Neg 26 fall 2018 tree canopy improvement grant agmts, 03/01/19 03/01/20, combined total NTE 243,143

9.P. 19 0068 Suggested edits to 2019 Federal Legislative Platform offered by Commissioner Goettel 9.Q. 19 0069 Suggested edits to 2019 Federal Legislative Platform offered by Commissioner Conley
Tagged Passions:grant and trees

10.
Non Consent

No additional detail provided

10.A. 19 0034 2019 Federal Legislative Platform, as amended

11.
Progressed

No additional detail provided

12.
Old Business

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business

13.
Immediate Approvals

Page 3 of 83 BOARD MINUTES Chair: Marion Greene, District 3 Vice-Chair: Mike Opat, District 1

BOARD OF HENNEPIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Members: Irene Fernando, District 2 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2019 Angela Conley, District 4 1:30 PM Debbie Goettel, District 5 Jan Callison, District 6 Jeff Johnson, District 7

The Board of County Commissioners of Hennepin County, Minnesota, met in the Hennepin County Government Center in the City of Minneapolis, at 1:32 PM. The meeting was called to order by Commissioner Greene, Chair, and all Commissioners were present. Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 375.12 and Hennepin County Board Resolution No. 04-5-232, the County Board has directed the Clerk of the Board to publish the board proceedings in a summary manner that conforms to Minnesota Statute 331A.01. The following includes item descriptions, resolution numbers and final disposition of each item dealt with at the meeting. The full text of the board proceedings is available in the Clerk of the Board's office located at A2400 Government Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota and also is available at hennepin.us, the County's website.

1.
Pledge of Allegiance

Commissioner Greene led the pledge of allegiance. 2. Approval of Agenda

Commissioner Greene moved to amend the agenda to move item 13B) to the Commissioner Communications section of the agenda. Commissioner Jeff Johnson moved to approve the Agenda, seconded by Commissioner Debbie Goettel and approved - 7 Yeas

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

3.
Hennepin Highlights

No additional detail provided

A.
Child Protection Staff - Jodi Wentland and Jennifer DeCubellis.

No additional detail provided

Jodi Wentland, Human Service Director, gave a short introduction to the topic followed by a video. Jennifer Decubellis, Deputy County Administrator, provided some closing comments. Commissioner Mike Opat spoke briefly and thanked staff.

4. Minutes from Previous Meeting

Tagged Passions:administrator

A.
Minutes 1-8-2019 ADOPTED

Commissioner Jan Callison moved to adopt the Minutes, seconded by Commissioner Mike Opat and approved - 7 Yeas

B.
Minutes 1-22-2019

ADOPTED Commissioner Jan Callison moved to adopt the Minutes, seconded by Commissioner Mike Opat and approved - 7 Yeas 5. Referral of Correspondence and Department Communications Page 4 of 83

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

A.
Correspondence

Commissioner Irene Fernando moved to refer as recommended, seconded by Commissioner Mike Opat and approved - 7 Yeas 19-N0012

LTR - Michael Centinario, Planner, City of Bloomington - RE: Proposed Amendment to the Bloomington Comprehensive Plan.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:strategic

REFERRED AS RECOMMENDED

19-N0013 Claims - 1. Andrew C. Walker, Attorney - RE: Notice of hearing and motion to reduce the time period to object to claim of exemption and compel abandonment Terrence Clarke, Debtor/Plaintiff. 2. Tiron Beane, Hennepin County Resident - RE: Incident at Hennepin County Jail, involving Tiron Beane. 3. Andrew C. Walker, Attorney - RE: Memorandum of Law in support of motion to avoid judgement lien Terrence Clarke, Debtor/Plaintiff. 4. Derek Weiland, MD, Hennepin County Resident - RE: Derek Weiland claim of injuries at his place of employment, Hennepin County Medical Center.
Tagged Passions:legal, employment, hearing, and jail

REFERRED AS RECOMMENDED

19-N0014 Summons - 1. Jeffery A Wieland, Attorney - RE: Standard Iron Wire Works, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Thor Construction, Inc., Thor HQ Holdings, LLC, Hennepin County, Ravi Norman, Richard Copeland, John Doe, and Jane Doe, Defendants. 2. Daniel C. Swanson, Attorney - RE: Alan Walker, Nina Walker, Plaintiff, vs. Hennepin Energy Recovery Center, Defendant. 3. Mickey Fulton, Hennepin County Resident - RE: Mickey Fulton, Plaintiff; vs. County of Hennepin, Minnesota; County of Financial Responsibility of Hennepin County; Defendant.
Tagged Passions:construction, finance, legal, and energy

REFERRED AS RECOMMENDED

19-N0015 LTR - Karen Blaska, Comprehensive Plan Liaison, Anoka County - RE: Anoka County's 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
Tagged Passions:strategic

REFERRED AS RECOMMENDED

B.
Department Communications

Commissioner Irene Fernando moved to refer to committee, seconded by Commissioner Mike Opat and approved - 7 Yeas 19-0066 Claims Register for the period ending February 8, 2019

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0067 Claims Register for the period ending February 15, 2019 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

Referred to Public Works Committee

Commissioner Irene Fernando moved to refer to committee, seconded by Commissioner Mike Opat and approved - 7 Yeas 19-0058 Neg two agmts with City of Minnetonka for cost participation in bikeway, pedestrian, safety, and traffic signal improvements (CP 2183500 and CP 2184000), amend project budget, transfer funds, total NTE 250,000
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, Public Works, public works, Bicycles, Pedestrian, bicycles, and traffic

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

Page 5 of 83 19-0059 Neg agmt PR00000857 with Kadrmas Lee Jackson, Inc. for design engineering services for CSAH 92/TH 12 intersections in Independence (CP 2161100) (county cost: NTE 1,400,000 state general obligation bonds)
Tagged Passions:bond and services

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0060 Neg Agmts A199473 and A199474 with UP Gateway LLC and OPUS for construction, operation, maintenance and security, and ownership of skyway connections to the Central Library, 03/01/19-12/31/21, no county cost
Tagged Passions:construction, security, Public Transit, gateway, and library

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0061 Neg Subordinate Funding Agmt A199488 with Metropolitan Council for inspection support services for the SWLRT project, 01/01/19 12/31/19, est recv 783,028
Tagged Passions:funding, council, and services

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0062 Authorization to apply for Local Road Improvement Program funding grants for Webber 44 Reconstruction Project in Minneapolis (CP 2111000)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, streets, and program

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0063 Neg 26 fall 2018 tree canopy improvement grant agmts, 03/01/19 03/01/20, combined total NTE 243,143
Tagged Passions:grant and trees

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

Referred to Public Safety Committee

Commissioner Irene Fernando moved to return to committee, seconded by Commissioner Mike Opat and approved - 7 Yeas 19-0055 Agrmt A199480 with HCHRA to provide work crews from the Sentencing to Service Program, 01/01/19-12/31/19, 50,000 (recv)
Tagged Passions:public safety and program

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0056 Agmt PR00000892 with RS Eden to provide supportive housing services, 03/01/19-02/29/20, NTE 90,000 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE 19-0057 Authorization to accept donation from the MN Vikings Social Justice Fund to fund juvenile programs, educational materials, and related expenditures to benefit residents at the Juvenile Detention Center, 40,000 (recv)
Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, materials, services, program, detention, and housing

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

Referred to Administration, Libraries and Budget Committee

Commissioner Irene Fernando moved to refer to committee, seconded by Commissioner Mike Opat and approved - 7 Yeas 19-0048 Amd 1 to Agmt A140828 with Bibliotheca to provide library self-checkout technology, ext contract Page 6 of 83

Tagged Passions:budget, contract, Technology, technology, and library

end date to 12/31/20, incr NTE by 356,622 for a new total NTE of 1,225,807 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0049 Agmt PR00000697 with Celarity, Inc. to provide temporary creative staffing, 01/01/19- 12/31/19, NTE 175,000

Tagged Passions:human resources

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0050

Acceptance of the proposal of FM Global for building and contents property insurance for the Hennepin Energy Recovery Center, 03/02/19-03/01/20, est NTE 655,000

Tagged Passions:insurance, property, and energy

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0051 Establish the polling location of Fort Snelling Precinct 1 for elections in 2019 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE 19-0052 Establish the polling location of Fort Snelling Precinct 1 for elections in 2020 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE
Tagged Passions:voting and election

Referred to Health and Human Services Committee

Commissioner Irene Fernando moved to refer to committee, seconded by Commissioner Mike Opat and approved - 7 Yeas 19-0053 Human Services Public Health resolution, including contracts and amendments to contracts with providers Report 1902
Tagged Passions:health, contract, and services

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

19-0054 Authorization to receive funds from MN Dept of Human Services for a portion of the county's SNAP E T admin expenses, pass through reimbursement to community partners, 10/01/18-09/01/19, est recv of 1,084,961; supplemental appropriation of 584,961 to 2019 HSPH budget
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and services

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

6.
Commendations

No additional detail provided

7.
Commissioner Communications/Updates

Commissioner Conley spoke of Black History Month at Hennepin County, highlighting the many achievements of the Black descendants of the African Diaspora. Commissioner Greene followed with comments.

Tagged Passions:communications, Communications, and history

8.
Claims Register

No additional detail provided

8.A. 19-0045

Claims Register for the period ending January 25, 2019

BE IT RESOLVED, that the claims register for the period ending January 25, 2019, be ratified. APPROVED/RATIFIED

Commissioner Debbie Goettel moved to approve/ratify the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Irene Fernando and approved - 7 Yeas

8.B. 19-0046

Claims Register for the period ending February 1, 2019

BE IT RESOLVED, that the claims register for the period ending February 1, 2019, be ratified.

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APPROVED/RATIFIED

Commissioner Debbie Goettel moved to approve/ratify the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Irene Fernando and approved - 7 Yeas

9.
Consent

Commissioner Greene highlighted items 9E), 9F), and 9O). Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Consent Agenda, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

9.A. 19-0007

Ratification of assignment of development agreement and acceptance of the conveyance of parking units within the Thor development on the SE corner of Penn Ave N and Plymouth Ave N in Minneapolis

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and parking

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners ratifies the Assignment of Contract for Private Development Agreement A189073 with the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority and accepts the direct conveyance of 420 parking units within the Thor development on the southeast corner of Penn Avenue North and Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis, legally described as Unit 2, Common Interest Community No. 2090, RAC Ramp Condominium, Hennepin County, Minnesota, from Thor HQ Holdings, LLC. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:development, contract, Development, parking, and housing

9.B. 19-0028

Amd 2 to Agmt A121825 with IBM for professional and technical services, extending contract to 12/31/20 and increase NTE by 144,000 for a new total NTE of 628,000

Tagged Passions:contract, services, information technology, and Information Technology

BE IT RESOLVED, that Amendment 2 to Agreement A121825 with International Business Machines Corporation for professional and technical Multivendor Information Technology Recovery Services, extending the contract period to December 31, 2020, and increasing the not to exceed amount by 144,000 to a new total not to exceed amount of 628,000 be approved; that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the Amendment on behalf of the county; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed; and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, business, contract, services, Technology, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County Administrator be authorized to approve pricing during the period January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020 to the extent expenditures are within the not to exceed amount. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:administrator

9.C. 19-0029

Agmt PR00000724 with Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota for the provision of certified financial counselors, 12/06/18-12/31/19, NTE 50,000 BE IT RESOLVED, that Agreement PR00000724 with Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota for the provision of certified financial counselors, during the period December 6, 2018 through December 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed 50,000 be approved; that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the agreement on behalf of the county; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. ADOPTED Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding and finance

9.D. 19-0030

Neg Agmt A199487 with Voya Retirement Insurance and Annuity Company for the provision of deferred compensation plan services for county employees, 04/01/19-04/30/25

Tagged Passions:compensation, retirement, seniors, services, and insurance

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board authorizes the County Administrator to negotiate Agreement A199487 and all necessary related documents with Voya Retirement Insurance and Annuity Company to provide deferred compensation recordkeeping services for county employees, consistent with the

Page 8 of 83

Tagged Passions:compensation, retirement, seniors, services, insurance, and administrator

direction of the county s Deferred Compensation Committee, for the period April 1, 2019 through April 30, 2025; that following review and approval by the County Attorney's Office, the Chair of the Board be authorized to execute the Agreement on behalf of the county; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas
Tagged Passions:funding, compensation, and legal

9.E. 19-0031

No additional detail provided

Confirmation of the appointment of Jessica Simon-Koch to the unclassified position of Department Director

Tagged Passions:appointments

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners confirms the appointment of Jessica Simon-Koch to the unclassified position of Director, effective January 20, 2019. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:appointments

9.F. 19-0032

Confirmation of appointment to the unclassified position of Department Director for Communications, Media Relations, Intergovernmental Relations and the Center of Innovation and Excellence

Tagged Passions:appointments, communications, Communications, and intergovernmental

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners confirms the appointments of Jamie Zwilling, Carolyn Marinan, Kareem Murphy and Alisa Salewski to the unclassified position of Director effective February 17, 2019. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:appointments

9.G. 19-0033

Human Services Public Health resolution, including contracts and amendments to contracts with providers Report 1901

Tagged Passions:health, contract, and services

BE IT RESOLVED, that the contracts, contract amendments and administrative actions of the Human Services and Public Health Department and Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation made pursuant to Chapters 256E and 393 of Minnesota Statutes, as detailed in Human Services and Public Health Contract Report 1901 be approved; that the report be filed in the Contract Administration Office; that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the contracts, contract amendments and administrative actions on behalf of the County; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. Such contracts are subject to ministerial adjustment, when such adjustments are done within the constraints of the approved Hennepin County Budget and when signed by the County Department Director or Designee. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, contract, services, and jail

9.H. 19-0035

Agmt PR00000727 with Martin-McAllister Consulting Psychologists, Inc. to provide licensed psychological consulting services for prospective employment candidates for the Hennepin County Sheriff s Office, 01/01/19- 12/31/19, NTE 80,000 BE IT RESOLVED, that Agreement PR00000727 with Martin-McAllister Consulting Psychologists, Inc. to provide licensed psychological consulting services for prospective employment candidates for the Hennepin County Sheriff s Office during the period January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed 80,000 be approved; that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the agreement on behalf of the County; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. ADOPTED Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding, public safety, services, employment, and license

9.
I. 19-0036

Page 9 of 83 Agmt A199461 with the MN Dept of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs to accept grant funding for personnel costs related to the activities of the Hennepin County Violent Offender Task Force, 01/01/19 12/31/19, 418,086 (recv) BE IT RESOLVED, that Agreement A199461 with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Commissioner of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs accepting a grant for personnel costs related to activities of the Hennepin County Violent Offender Task Force during the period January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, in the receivable amount of 418,086 be approved; that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the Agreement on behalf of the County; and that the Controller be authorized to accept and disburse funds as directed; and

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, public safety, personnel, and program

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that sponsorship and acceptance of grant funding for the program by the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners does not imply a continued commitment by Hennepin County for this program when grant funds are no longer available. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and program

9.J. 19-0037

Agmt A189268 with the U.S. Dept of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, for the Minneapolis/St. Paul District Office Task Force, 10/01/18 09/30/19, 18,344 (recv) BE IT RESOLVED, that Agreement A189268 with the U.S. Dept of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration for the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office participation in the Minneapolis/St. Paul District Office Task Force during the period October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019; in the receivable amount of 18,344 be approved; that the Chair be authorized to sign the Agreement on behalf of the County; and that the Controller be authorized to accept funds as directed. ADOPTED Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding, drugs, and public safety

9.K. 19-0038

Amds 2 and 3 to Agmt A188702 with the U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, Office of National Drug Control Policy for High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas grant funding, 01/01/18-12/31/19, incr recv by 192,023 for a new total recv of 282,023; supp app of 102,023 to the 2019 Hennepin County Sheriff s Office budget.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, drugs, health, budget, public safety, services, and policy

BE IT RESOLVED, that Amendments 2 and 3 to Agreement A188702 with the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Office of National Drug Control Policy to provide grant funds from the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas program during the period of January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2019, increasing the receivable 192,023 to a new total receivable amount of 282,023 be approved; that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the amendment on behalf of the county; and that the Controller be authorized to accept and disburse funds as directed; and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, drugs, health, services, program, and policy

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a supplemental appropriation of 102,023 to the 2019 Hennepin County Sheriff s Office budget be approved; and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and public safety

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that sponsorship and acceptance of grant funding for this program by the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners does not imply a continued commitment by Hennepin County for this program when grants funds are no longer available. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and program

9.L. 19-0039

No additional detail provided

Acceptance of deeds from the City of Crystal for property located 6401 42nd Ave N (Rockford Road Library)

BE IT RESOLVED, that Hennepin County accept deeds from the City of Crystal for the Rockford Road Library, located at 6401 42nd Avenue North, Crystal, Minnesota and legally described as:
Tagged Passions:streets, property, and library

Parcel 1 The northerly 333.00 feet of Lot 68, Auditor s Subdivision No. 324, Hennepin County, Minn., and the northerly 333.00 feet of Lot 69, Auditor s Subdivision No. 324, Hennepin County, Minn.

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Tagged Passions:subdivision, property, and audit

Parcel 2 The northerly 333.00 feet of Lot 67, except the easterly 131.2 feet thereof, Auditor s Subdivision No. 324, Hennepin County, Minn.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:subdivision, property, and audit

Parcel 3 The southerly 165.00 feet of the northerly 498.00 feet of Lot 68, and the southerly 165.00 feet of the northerly 498.00 feet of that part of Lot 67 lying west of the east 131.2 feet, Auditor s Subdivision No. 324, Hennepin County, Minn.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:subdivision, property, and audit

Parcel 4 The westerly 65.60 feet of the easterly 131.20 feet of the northerly 333.00 feet of Lot 67, Auditor s Subdivision No. 324, Hennepin County, Minn., except that part thereof which lies northerly of a line parallel with and 21.00 feet southerly of the following described line and measured at right angles thereto: Beginning at the northeast corner of Section 17, Township 118, Range 21; thence south along the east line of the northeast quarter of said Section 17 a distance of 1326.00 feet; thence north 88 degrees 20 minutes west a distance of 472.00 feet; thence south 89 degrees 53 minutes west a distance of 189.20 feet; thence south 00 degrees 07 minutes east a distance of 12.00 feet to the actual point of beginning of the line to be described; thence north 89 degrees 53 minutes east a distance of 98.49 feet; thence along a 02 degree 30 minute curve to the right (delta angle 04 degrees 32 minutes, tangent distance 90.71 feet) a distance of 181.33 feet; thence south 85 degrees 35 minutes east along tangent to the last described curve a distance of 100.00 feet and there terminating.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:airport, subdivision, property, and audit

Parcel 5 That part of the easterly 65.6 feet of Lot 67, Auditor s Subdivision No. 324, Hennepin County, Minn., lying north of a line drawn parallel with and 459.00 feet south of the north line of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 17, Township 18, Range 21, except the north 333.00 feet thereof.

Tagged Passions:subdivision, property, and audit

Parcel 6 That part of Lot 69, Auditor s Subdivision No. 324, Hennepin County, Minn., lying north of a line drawn parallel with and 465.00 feet south of the north line of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 17, Township 118, Range 21, except the north 333.00 feet of said Lot 69.

Tagged Passions:subdivision, property, and audit

Parcel 7 The westerly 65.60 feet of the easterly 131.20 feet of that part of Lot 67 lying south of the northerly 333.00 feet thereof and north of the south line of the north 498.00 feet thereof, Auditor s Subdivision No. 324, Hennepin County, Minn. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:subdivision, property, and audit

9.M. 19-0040

Amd 2 to Agmt A130068 with Waste Management of MN for disposal services, extending period to 02/28/21

Tagged Passions:services

BE IT RESOLVED, that Amendment 2 to Agreement A130068 with Waste Management of Minnesota for disposal services at the Burnsville Sanitary Landfill, extending the contract period from February 28, 2019 to February 28, 2021, be approved; that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the amendment on behalf of the county; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding, landfill, solid waste, contract, and services

9.N. 19-0041

No additional detail provided

Neg Natural Resources Good Steward grant agmts to improve water quality, 02/05/19-12/31/20, total combined NTE 57,975; neg Natural Resources Opportunity grant agmts to improve water quality, 2/5/19- 12/31/21, total combined NTE 400,000

Tagged Passions:grant, utility, Utility, and water

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following agreements be approved to provide funding for the selected organizations in the 2019 grant cycle during the period of February 5, 2019 through December 31, 2020, for the Natural Resources Good Steward projects that will improve water quality; and during the period of February 5, 2019 through December 31, 2021 for the Natural Resources Opportunity projects that will improve water quality and stream habitat:

Good Steward grants

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, utility, Utility, and water

PR00000843 with Fairway Woods Condominium Association, Inc., or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 24,750

PR00000844 with Heidi and Dan Niziolek, or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 9,000 PR00000845 with Nokomis East Neighborhood Association, or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 12,000 Page 11 of 83

Tagged Passions:neighborhood

PR00000846 with Schmidt Lake Improvement Association, Incorporated, or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 12,225

Opportunity grants
Tagged Passions:grant

PR00000847 with Mississippi Watershed Management Organization, or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 100,000

Tagged Passions:watershed

PR00000848 with the City of Crystal, or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 100,000 PR00000849 with Elm Creek Watershed Management Commission with the amount not to exceed 20,000

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and watershed

PR00000850 with Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 32,500

PR00000853 with Bull s Horn, or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 32,500 PR00000854 with Northgate Academy Inc., or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 55,000 PR00000855 with the City of Medina, or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 60,000; and
Tagged Passions:watershed

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that following review and approval by the County Attorney s Office, the County Administrator be authorized to sign the agreements on behalf of the county; that the County Administrator be authorized to approve one 12-month extension of the agreements; that costs incurred by the grantees after the board approval date be eligible for reimbursement upon execution of the agreements; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding, legal, and administrator

9.O. 19-0047

Waive open appointment process and confirm the appointment of Jodi Wentland as assistant county administrator-human services, effective 2/17/2019

Tagged Passions:appointments, services, and administrator

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners waive the Open Appointments Policy, as established by Resolution 94-02-115, pertaining to unclassified positions and confirm the appointment of Jodi Wentland as assistant county administrator-human services, effective February 17, 2019. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:appointments, services, administrator, and policy

9.P. 19-0042

Neg Amd 2 to Agmt A188878 with Kaplan, Kirsch Rockwell, LLP to extend contract period through 5/13/19; no change to NTE

Tagged Passions:contract

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board authorizes the County Administrator to negotiate Amendment 2 to Agreement A188878 with Kaplan, Kirsch Rockwell, LLP for specialized legal services related to freight rail, extending the contract period through May 13, 2019, with no change to the not to exceed amount; that following review and approval by the County Attorney s Office, the Chair be authorized to execute the amendment; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. ADOPTED

Commissioner Mike Opat moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Angela Conley and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:funding, legal, contract, transportation, services, and administrator

10.
Non-Consent

No additional detail provided

10.A. 19-0012 S2

Negotiate 1 fall 2018 ERF grant agreements for cleanup of contaminated sites, various periods, total combined NTE 415,184

Tagged Passions:grant and sites

BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Administrator be authorized to negotiate the following Environmental Response Fund grant agreements for the assessment and cleanup of contaminated sites, during a two-year period beginning on the date of execution:

Page 12 of 83 Agreement PR00000793 with Fort Snelling Leased Housing Associates I, LLLP or affiliated entity, with the amount not to exceed 415,184;

Tagged Passions:grant, leasing, sites, environment, administrator, and housing

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that following review and approval by the County Attorney's Office, the County Administrator be authorized to sign the agreements on behalf of the county; that costs incurred by the grantees after the board approval date be eligible for reimbursement upon execution of the agreements; that the County Administrator be authorized to approve one 12-month extension of the agreements; and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. ADOPTED

Commissioner Debbie Goettel moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Jan Callison and approved - 6 Yeas 1 Nays: Opat

Tagged Passions:funding, legal, and administrator

11.
Progressed

No additional detail provided

12.
Old Business

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business

13.
Immediate Approvals

No additional detail provided

13.A. 19-0064

Establish a meeting of the Administration, Libraries and Budget committee on Tuesday, February 19 at 5:30 p.m. to conduct Citizen Advisory Board interviews BE IT RESOLVED, that a meeting of the Administration, Libraries and Budget committee be held on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., in room A-2400 of the Hennepin County Government Center, in the City of Minneapolis, to conduct Citizen Advisory Board interviews. ADOPTED Commissioner Debbie Goettel moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Irene Fernando and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:budget and library

13.B. 19-0065

No additional detail provided

Celebrating Black History Month

WHEREAS, in 1925, Carter G. Woodson founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History and conceived and announced Negro History Week to be celebrated during the week encompassing the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglas in February, 1926; and WHEREAS, in 1976, then-President Gerald R. Ford expanded the celebration to a month and urged Americans to seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every endeavor throughout our history ; and

Tagged Passions:history

WHEREAS, all Hennepin County students, educators, and residents should know and pay tribute to our community s rich African-American legacy, and rededicate ourselves to nurturing a bright future for our African American students; therefore

Tagged Passions:students

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioner hereby proclaims February as National Black History Month to recognize the amazing and everlasting efforts and accomplishments of African-Americans in Hennepin County, Minnesota, and the United States of America. REVISED

Commissioner Angela Conley moved to revise the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Irene Fernando and approved - 7 Yeas 19-0065 R1 Revised

Tagged Passions:recognition and history

Celebrating Black History Month offered by Commissioner Angela Conley

WHEREAS, in 1925, Carter G. Woodson founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History and conceived and announced Negro History Week to be celebrated during the week encompassing the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglas in February, 1926; and Page 13 of 83 WHEREAS, in 1976, then-President Gerald R. Ford expanded the celebration to a month and urged Americans to seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every endeavor throughout our history ; and

Tagged Passions:history

WHEREAS, all Hennepin County students, educators, and residents should know and pay tribute to our community s rich Black History, and rededicate ourselves to nurturing a bright future for our Black students; therefore

Tagged Passions:students and history

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioner hereby proclaims February as National Black History Month to recognize the amazing and everlasting efforts and accomplishments of Black descendants of the African diaspora in Hennepin County, Minnesota, and the United States of America. ADOPTED

Commissioner Angela Conley moved to adopt the Resolution, seconded by Commissioner Irene Fernando and approved - 7 Yeas

Tagged Passions:recognition and history

14.
Adjournment

The county board meeting was adjourned at 1:54 PM until Thursday, February 21, 2019. Maria Rose Clerk to the County Board

Contracting opportunities can be found on the Hennepin County website: www.hennepin.us

Page 14 of 83 Board Action Request 19 N0016
Tagged Passions:contract

Item Description: LTR Mya Sprong, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Minnesota Department of Administration State Historic Preservation Office RE: Properties being considered by the State Historic Preservation Review Board.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:historic and preservation

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Minnesota Department of Administration State Historic Preservation Office 2/14/2019 Letter

Page 15 of 83 Page 16 of 83 Page 17 of 83 Page 18 of 83 Page 19 of 83 Page 20 of 83 Page 21 of 83 Page 22 of 83 Page 23 of 83 Page 24 of 83 Board Action Request 19 N0018 Item Description: LTR Kristin Berwald, Board Secretary to the Joint Airport Zoning Board, Metropolitan Airports Commission RE: Proposed Final Flying Cloud Airport (FCM) Zoning Ordinance and Notice of Second Public Comment Period and Hearing for County Board review. (Additional information is filed with the Clerk to the Board)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, airport, boards and commissions, zoning, historic, preservation, and hearing

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Metropolitan Airports Commission 2/19/2019 Letter

Page 25 of 83 Page 26 of 83 Page 27 of 83 Page 28 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0071 Item Description: 2019 Citizens Advisory Board Applicants and Appointments Minnehaha Creek Watershed District
Tagged Passions:airport, boards and commissions, appointments, and watershed

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that in accordance with the Hennepin County Open Appointments Policy, the following individual(s) be appointed to the Minnehaha Creed Watershed District Board:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments, watershed, and policy

Background: Consistent with County Board policy, Hennepin County has conducted an open appointment application process to fill positions on the various citizen advisory boards. The Hennepin County Board will conduct interviews for these positions on February 26, 2019. Qualified applicants have been notified and invited to attend. At a board meeting following interviews, the County Board will take action to select from the pool of applicants to fill the available advisory board positions.

This request communicates the names of applicants for the open citizen advisory board positions and helps build the agenda for the interviews and appointments. Recommendation from County Administrator: Recommend Approval Page 29 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0066
Tagged Passions:appointments, administrator, and policy

Item Description: Claims Register for the period ending February 8, 2019

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that the claims register for the period ending February 8, 2019, be ratified.

Background: Resolution 07 4 154R1 delegated to the County Administrator and County Controller the authority to pay all claims of the County with subsequent ratification by the Board of Commissioners. Pursuant to Resolution 07 4 154R1 and Minnesota Statute 375.18, the list of all claims paid since the last regularly scheduled Board meeting is now presented to the Board for informational purposes and ratification. The Claims Register is on file with the Clerk of the Board. Recommendation from County Administrator: Recommend Approval Page 30 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0067

Tagged Passions:administrator

Item Description: Claims Register for the period ending February 15, 2019

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that the claims register for the period ending February 15, 2019, be ratified.

Background: Resolution 07 4 154R1 delegated to the County Administrator and County Controller the authority to pay all claims of the County with subsequent ratification by the Board of Commissioners. Pursuant to Resolution 07 4 154R1 and Minnesota Statute 375.18, the list of all claims paid since the last regularly scheduled Board meeting is now presented to the Board for informational purposes and ratification. The Claims Register is on file with the Clerk of the Board. Recommendation from County Administrator: Recommend Approval Page 31 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0053

Tagged Passions:administrator

Item Description: Human Services Public Health resolution, including contracts and amendments to contracts with providers Report 1902

Tagged Passions:health, contract, and services

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that the contracts, contract amendments and administrative actions of the Human Services Public Health Department and Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation made pursuant to Chapters 256E and 393 of Minnesota Statutes, as detailed in Human Services Public Health Contract Report 1902 be approved that the report be filed in Contract Management Services that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the contracts, contract amendments and administrative actions on behalf of the County and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed. Such contracts are subject to ministerial adjustment, when such adjustments are done within the constraints of the approved Hennepin County Budget and when signed by the County Department Director or Designee.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, contract, services, and jail

Background: The contracted dollar amounts are based on estimates of program costs and/or utilization during prior periods. Funding for each contract is provided for within service categories in the Human Services Public Health Department and Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation approved annual budgets. Occasionally new services are implemented which are not in the budget but which are fully funded under state or federal grants or other new funding.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, budget, contract, services, program, and jail

Contracted dollar estimates are based upon prior year usage and are subject to fluctuation in placement patterns, service need, and cost shifts. Therefore, it may be necessary to process ministerial adjustments to contracts to increase or decrease contract amounts or to make minor service changes consistent with the department budget and strategic plan. Placement agreements are also processed administratively.

Tagged Passions:strategic, budget, and contract

Contracts include services in the following areas: adult mental health developmental disabilities chemical health adult housing early intervention and family intervention services, day treatment services emergency shelter day care training and employment services, interpreter services, health services, welfare advocacy, and various other human services. Expectations for ongoing outcome measurement are included in all new, renewal, or extended contracts. Outcome measures, which are developed by the county and contracted providers, assess the effectiveness of a service and its impact on an eligible recipient s condition or functioning level. Outcome information is used to modify or improve programs as well as to evaluate effectiveness of different types of intervention and providers. A detailed listing of the specific actions requested by this BAR and an explanation of all unusual items is reflected in the summary of the report.

Recommendation from County Administrator: Recommend Approval

Tagged Passions:health, contract, services, program, employment, emergency, training, administrator, Child Care, mental health, unusual, and housing

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Rpt 1902 2/7/2019 Backup Material

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Human Services and Public Health Department Contract Report 1902

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, contract, and services

Date: 2/7/19 To: Clerk of the County Board From: Human Services and Public Health Department Subject: BAR Number 19-0053 Board Action Date: 2/21/19

Tagged Passions:health and services

Service Area Number Amount Service Area Number Amount Service Area Number Amount

ABH 1 17,472 None CS 1 20,000 CS 1 100,000 HS 2 294,272 EWS 1 100,000 LTSSAP 1 0 PHPP 1 7,346 PHPP 1 0

HSPH Total 4 224,818 HSPH Total 0 0 HSPH Total 5 314,272

DOCCR Total 0 0 DOCCR Total 0 0 DOCCR Total 0 0

Contract A154187

Tagged Passions:contract

LTSSAP = Long Term Services and Support and Adult Protection PHPP = Public Health Protection and Promotion

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health and services

ABH = Adult Behavioral Health CS = Children's Services EWS = Eligibility and Work Services HS = Housing Stability

Tagged Passions:health, services, and housing

Electronic Provider File (EPF)

HSPH Board Reports page

Service Area List and Key

Summary of Contract Actions

Renewed ContractsNew Contracts Amended Contracts: Increase; (Decrease);Service Changes Administrative Actions Description Cancellation Page 33 of 83

Tagged Passions:contract

Vendor Contract Service/Description Service Area Term Previous

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract

Contract NTE New Contract

NTE Funding Source Notes

Tagged Passions:funding and contract

Minnesota State Operated Community Services (MSOCS)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services

HS00000222 Employment Exploration Services that help adults with multiple discharge barriers transition from AMRTC and MHS-St. Peter into the community.

ABH 2/21/19 - 11/30/19 NA 17,472 State Transition to Community Initiative Grant. Gerard Treatment Programs, LLC PR00000860 Collaborative Intensive Bridging Services (CIBS) beds at Gerard Academy in Mower County. CS 2/1/19 - 12/31/20 NA 100,000 County Blue Earth County PR00000217 Establish a pilot program based on Hennepin County's Career Connections Pathways framework for unemployed Blue Earth County residents. EWS 1/1/19 - 6/30/19 NA 100,000 State Grant DEED - Hennepin County Pilot Program.
Tagged Passions:grant, services, program, and employment

City of Brooklyn Center PR00000883 Provide coordination and training to plan culturally appropriate physical activity events for residents of Brooklyn Center.

PHPP 3/1/19 - 10/31/19 NA 7,346 State Grant Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) None Amherst H. Wilder Foundation PR00000477 Provide data and analysis to guide decision making related to children's mental health continuum of services. CS 8/1/18 - 6/30/19 25,000 45,000 County Extend the contract to 6/30/19. Add 20,000 to the total NTE. Connections to Independence HS00000064 Independent Living Skills services to assist youth ages 14-21 in achieving self-sufficiency when they age out of foster care. HS 3/1/18 - 6/30/19 450,000 600,000 County Extend the contract to 6/30/19. Add 150,000 to the total NTE.
Tagged Passions:grant, health, contract, services, program, events, training, mental health, and youth

Young Men's Christian Association of the Greater Twin Cities

HS00000066 Independent Living Skills services to assist youth ages 14-21 in achieving self-sufficiency when they age out of foster care.

HS 3/1/18 - 6/30/19 432,816 577,088 County Extend the contract to 6/30/19. Add 144,272 to the total NTE. Life by Design, Inc. A153078 Semi-Independent Living services for people with developmental disabilities or related condition(s). LTSSAP 4/1/15 - 6/30/19 0 0 County/State Extend the contract to 6/30/19. New Contracts Renewed Contracts Amended Contracts Page 34 of 83 Cribs for Kids, Inc. A165407 Porta-cribs to be used for families residing in Hennepin County Homeless shelters or for identified families receiving child protection services. PHPP 6/1/16 - 5/31/20 150,000 150,000 Federal TANF Grant. Increase unit prices. No increase to contract NTE. Cancel contract A154187 with Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, for Teen Pregnancy Prevention training and curriculum, effective 2/28/19. The contract is being cancelled due to the service area no longer implementing the curriculum. Administrative Actions Page 35 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0054
Tagged Passions:grant, hospital, contract, services, curriculum, healthcare, training, education, youth, and homeless

Item Description: Authorization to receive funds from MN Dept of Human Services for a portion of the county's SNAP E T admin expenses, pass through reimbursement to community partners, 10/01/18 09/01/19, est recv of 1,084,961 supplemental appropriation of 584,961 to 2019 HSPH budget

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and services

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners authorizes acceptance of funds from the Minnesota Department of Human Services for a portion of the county's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training administrative expenses and to pass through funds to community partners for 50 reimbursement of eligible employment related expenses for the period October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019, an estimated receivable amount of 1,084,962 and that the Controller be authorized to accept and disburse funds as directed and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, services, program, employment, training, and nutrition

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that that a supplemental appropriation of 584,961 be made to the 2019 Hennepin County Health and Human Services budget.

Background: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment Training (SNAP E T) is a program of the USDA Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) (7CFR 271 and 273). FNS reimburses State agencies for 50 percent of approved administrative costs for community partners beyond the E T grant and for 50 percent of allowable participant expenses (DHS reimburses 15 percent of the county's administrative costs). In partnership with the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS), the Department of Employment and Economic Development, multiple metro counties, and community based organizations, Hennepin County has been expanding and improving Minnesota s SNAP E T program. In 2015, Hennepin and Ramsey counties identified 10 million in local spending that could be leveraged to draw down federal SNAP E T 50 percent funding. Since then, Hennepin County has been working to take advantage of this opportunity by engaging providers and modifying processes such as using a reverse referral model to facilitate participation in this program. Community partners screen for SNAP eligibility, facilitate enrollment in SNAP E T, provide employment assessments, develop employment plans, and provide a wide array of employment and training programs and supports. Eligible expenses paid for with non federal funding are invoiced to Hennepin County to submit to DHS for reimbursement. DHS reimburses 50 percent of these expenses, pursuant to SNAP E T guidelines. Current Request: This item seeks approval to accept SNAP E T 50 percent reimbursement from the Minnesota Department of Human Services on behalf of Hennepin County s third party partners and authorization for a supplemental appropriation of 584,961 to the 2019 Health and Human Services budget. Recommendation from County Administrator: Recommend Approval

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, budget, economic development, development, Public Transit, services, program, employment, Development, training, administrator, Immigration, nutrition, and enrollment

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type

Page 36 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0048 Item Description: Amd 1 to Agmt A140828 with Bibliotheca to provide library self checkout technology, ext contract end date to 12/31/20, incr NTE by 356,622 for a new total NTE of 1,225,807
Tagged Passions:contract, Technology, technology, and library

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that Amendment 1 to Agreement A140828 with Bibliotheca to provide library self checkout technology, equipment and service for the Hennepin County Library, extending the contract period to December 31, 2020, increasing the contract amount by 356,622 to a new total not to exceed amount of 1,225,807 be approved that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the Amendment on behalf of the county and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed.

Background: Agreement A140828 with Bibliotheca provides for self checkout machines used by patrons to check out library materials and interact with their accounts. This amendment extends the term for an additional year and increases the not to exceed amount due to: a demonstrated need for additional self checkouts maintenance costs and Open Plus technology.

Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, contract, materials, Technology, technology, and library

HCL introduced the currently used self checkouts in 2011 as part of a larger project to improve the inventory and tracking system for library materials by using Radio Frequency Identification tags (RFID). Self checkouts are popular with patrons and heavy usage at some buildings required HCL to increase the number of self checkouts. Maintenance agreements are required on all devices. Because of these changes, the Library expects to exceed the NTE on the current contract prior to the end of the original agreement.

This extension will also provide initial funding for the Open Plus system, which allows patrons to enter a library space after hours and retrieve the books they have placed on reserve. This service is currently being offered at Ridgedale while the Library is closed and has been well received by patrons. Implementation of Open Plus requires a new self checkout and an on going software license.
Tagged Passions:funding, radio, contract, materials, license, information technology, library, and Information Technology

Resolution 14 0232R1 authorized the original agreement for the time period June 24, 2014 to December 31, 2019. The original agreement was with 3M, which sold this division of their company to Bibliotheca in 2016. This amendment has been reviewed and approved by the office of the CIO. The 2019 HCL budget includes funding for this contract.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, information technology, and Information Technology

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Revised Exhibit 1 Part B 1/30/2019 Backup Material

Page 37 of 83 EXHIBIT 1 Part B Revised Pricing SelfCheck Configurations For Future Purchases SelfCheck Purchase: Table Top 500D Purchased in 2018 8,620** Purchased in 2019 9,051** Purchased in 2020 9,503**
Tagged Passions:purchasing

** shipping will be added on to invoice. Additional selfCheck models and products and products can be added per request Annual Support

Annual Support - SelfChecks Annual 12/24/18 12/23/19 Annual 12/24/19 12/23/20 Annual 12/24/20 - 12/23/21 Annual 12/24/21- 12/23/22 Shared Service For up to 100 selfChecks - With our Shared Service model, your library personnel perform some simple support tasks, which can reduce the need for onsite service by our local field-service technicians. Such common support tasks include PC and minor hardware replacements. Benefits of 3M Shared Service include: Access to all software updates Remote service needs such as software installs and
Tagged Passions:personnel, information technology, library, and Information Technology

troubleshooting/fixes are handled by our software support team

Service parts included Onsite support as needed 57,880 60,774 63,813 67,003 Additional Products Cash Box Software Fines and Fees Flexible (cash) Software - Per Unit 149.00 156.45 164.27 172.48 libraryConnect libraryConnect Devices (annual 1 per device) 49.00 51.45 54.00 57.00
Tagged Passions:information technology and Information Technology

open+ open+ 1 Site Annual Subscription - Ridgedale

11,998 11,998 11,998 11,998

SelfCheck System Optional Items Quantity Unit 2018 2019 2020 selfCheck Cash Coin Box 1 Each 3,815** 4,006** 4,206**

Page 38 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0049

Item Description: Agmt PR00000697 with Celarity, Inc. to provide temporary creative staffing, 01/01/19 12/31/19, NTE 175,000

Tagged Passions:human resources

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that Agreement PR00000697 with Celarity, Incorporated to provide specialized temporary personnel to build capacity for communications functions during the period January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, with an amount not to exceed 175,000, be approved that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the agreement on behalf of the county and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed.

Background: Celarity, Inc. is a staffing agency that places creative services workers for temporary assignments. Since early 2011, Communications has contracted with Celarity to add capacity to existing Communications functions. This creates flexibility in meeting the needs of county departments for services such as communications specialists, graphic designers, and writers. The contract has enabled Communications to consolidate contracting for these services to one area, has reduced costs, and has improved work quality. The contract allows Communications to continue services for county departments.

Tagged Passions:funding, contract, personnel, services, communications, human resources, and Communications

To date, the contract has been used primarily to support Environmental Services Department s recycling programs. Work on recycling programs continues and several additional programs have requested Communications support. Services provided include graphic design, graphic production, and web and print content writing and publishing. The departments requesting services are responsible for the funding of said services. The contract will be managed by Communications.

Recommendation from County Administrator: Recommend Approval
Tagged Passions:funding, contract, services, program, environment, communications, recycling, administrator, and Communications

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Page 39 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0050 Item Description: Acceptance of the proposal of FM Global for building and contents property insurance for the Hennepin Energy Recovery Center, 03/02/19 03/01/20, est NTE 655,000
Tagged Passions:insurance, property, and energy

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners accept the proposal of FM Global for building and contents property insurance for the Hennepin Energy Recovery Center during the period March 2, 2019 through March 3, 2020, in the estimated not to exceed amount of 655,000 and that the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, insurance, property, and energy

Background: Building and contents property insurance provides:

Financial resources for replacing or repairing damaged buildings, furnishings, machinery, and equipment at HERC. Services which include building loss prevention inspections, boiler and pressure vessel inspections required by state law, reviews of plans for sprinkler and equipment installation in new, expanded, or renovated buildings, and provides evaluations of maintenance practices. The Hennepin Energy Recovery Center (HERC) is an integral part of the county s integrated solid waste management system. In 2017, the county board passed the most recent Solid Waste Management Master Plan, which establishes goals for waste reduction, recycling, organics recycling and converting waste into energy at HERC. Despite county efforts to reduce, reuse, recycle, compost and process waste, over 250,000 tons of waste generated in Hennepin County was landfilled in 2017. The county owns HERC and contracts with Great River Energy (GRE) to operate and maintain HERC (Agreement A165757). Section 9.3 of the agreement with GRE requires the county to procure and maintain property insurance. Due to the unique features of the HERC facility, it was not feasible to add the facility to the county s existing property policy. Willis, the county s insurance broker, marketed the HERC facility to several insurance carriers. As a result of the marketing effort Willis was able to procure a policy which offered a 18,000 savings over the existing policy. The proposed insurance coverage provides a policy limit of 400 million. It includes business interruption and terrorism coverage. The policy has a one million dollar deductible (same as the existing County policy). FM Global has an A+ rating (Superior) with AM best. FM Global has a local office in Plymouth, Minnesota. All staff members servicing the proposed policy work out of the Plymouth office. In addition, the FM Global policy offers broader coverages and a more extensive engineering program (risk prevention) from the current policy. Recommendation from County Administrator: Recommend Approval

Tagged Passions:business, finance, equipment, facility, market, landfill, utility, solid waste, Utility, contract, risk, services, program, insurance, watershed, property, recycling, administrator, policy, and energy

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Page 40 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0070 Item Description: Confirmation of appointments to the unclassified position of Department Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Emergency Management
Tagged Passions:appointments, emergency, and diversity

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners confirms the appointments of Tonya Palmer and Eric Waage to the unclassified position of Director effective February 17, 2019.

Background: The County Board's Open Appointments Policy and MN Statutes section 383B.102 require that appointments to unclassified service have confirmation by the Board of County Commissioners. Ms. Palmer will serve as the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director and Mr. Waage as the Emergency Management Director.

Tagged Passions:appointments, emergency, policy, and diversity

Ms. Palmer has over 25 years as a Hennepin County employee and currently works in the Human Resources Department as the Executive Diversity Officer. She has championed the development of 8 Employee Resource Groups. Ms. Palmer has led the strategy to promote cross cultural competence, workforce diversity, and an inclusive work environment and has expanded the learning curriculum with such classes as:

Diversity and Inclusion Awareness Exploring Diversity, Biases and Inclusion New Conversations about Race and Racism Uncovering Five Myths that Support Racism Conducting Non Biased Interviews.

Tagged Passions:strategic, development, discrimination, environment, Conservation, curriculum, Development, education, human resources, diversity, civil rights, and workforce

Mr. Waage was appointed Sr. Department Administrator/ Emergency Management Director in 2011 to manage the development, execution and ongoing evaluation of homeland security, emergency management and preparedness strategies and programs for the County. Mr. Waage possesses both educational credentials and professional experience in the coordination and management of emergency situations.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments, development, security, program, emergency, Development, administrator, and Immigration

The County Administrator requests the board confirm the appointments of Ms. Tonya Palmer and Mr. Eric Waage to the unclassified position of Director to be consistent with other director positions in the county. The director position better represents the responsibilities in providing strategic direction, operational accountability and budgetary responsibility for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Emergency Management.

Page 41 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0055

Tagged Passions:strategic, budget, appointments, emergency, administrator, accountability, and diversity

Item Description: Agrmt A199480 with HCHRA to provide work crews from the Sentencing to Service Program, 01/01/19 12/31/19, 50,000 (recv)

Tagged Passions:program

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that Agreement A199480 with the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority to provide crews from the Sentencing to Service program during the period January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019 in the receivable amount of 50,000,be approved that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the Agreement on behalf of the county and the Controller be authorized to accept and disburse funds as directed.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, program, and housing

Background: Sentencing to Service (STS) is a community work service program in which offenders may be court ordered as a sentencing sanction or as a condition of pretrial diversion or in lieu of paying traffic fines. Over the years, the Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation (DOCCR) has modified the STS Program in order to offer offenders an opportunity to learn landscaping and other marketable skills. For a number of years, Hennepin County, through DOCCR, has entered into funding partnerships with a variety of local agencies, where STS participants serve on work crews to provide labor for those local agencies. The number of days worked and the number of assigned crews vary based on the needs of the agencies.

Under this agreement, STS Program participants will perform landscape maintenance, litter removal, mowing, edge trimming, brush removal and snow removal at the rate of 367.50 per crew, per day based on the terms specified in the agreement, during the period January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019.

Tagged Passions:funding, legal, program, buildings and grounds, snow, jail, court, and traffic

This request aligns with the County s disparity reduction efforts in the area of justice by providing training that supports employment prospects for individuals who are exiting or still involved in the criminal justice system.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:employment, training, and disparity

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Page 42 of 83 Board Action Request 19 0056

Item Description: Agmt PR00000892 with RS Eden to provide supportive housing services, 03/01/19 02/29/20, NTE 90,000

Tagged Passions:services and housing

Resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that Agreement PR00000892 with RS Eden for transitional housing services during the period March 1, 2019 through February 29, 2020 in an amount not to exceed 90,000 be approved that the Chair of the Board be authorized to sign the Agreement on behalf of the County and the Controller be authorized to disburse funds as directed.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, services, and housing

Background: Under this pilot program, RS Eden will provide housing case management services to Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation clients who transition back into the community from incarceration. RS Eden develops and operates affordable, safe, and supportive housing throughout the Twin Cities, currently providing nine supportive housing developments that serve youth, single adults and families.

The following reporting measures will determine the relative success of the program: number of referrals clients placed demographics of referred and placed clients number of clients that use housing case management services monthly number of clients who successfully retain or exit into permanent housing income change through employment or benefits compliance with probation conditions

Tagged Passions:development, services, program, employment, Development, compliance, youth, jail, and housing

This agreement aligns with the County s disparity reduction efforts in the area of justice by providing a stable housing opportunity to corrections clients who are exiting or still involved in the criminal justice system.

RS Eden has other County contracts. This agreement is a pilot program with its own distinct services, contract period, and not to exceed amount. Recommendation from County Administrator: Recommend Approval

Tagged Passions:contract, services, program, administrator, jail, disparity, and housing

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