RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS

OKANOGAN COUNTY

MAY 15, 2018


The Okanogan County Board of Commissioners met in Emergency Status for its regular session on May 15, 2018, with, Chairman Commissioner Jim DeTro, Commissioner Chris Branch, Commissioner Andy Hover, and Laleρa Johns, Clerk of the Board, present.
The Board convened at 10:55 a.m.

Due to the Emergency Operations Center being located in the commissioners hearing room,the meetings with strikeouts were cancelled. And, the time for approving the consent agenda was moved from 4:00 p.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Commissioners’ Staff Meeting

Finance Committee Meeting – Leah McCormack

Update – Central Services – Randy Clough

Bid Opening – Slide-In Water Trucks – Public Works
Josh Thomson, Ben Rough, Jerry Paul, Amanda Moody, Matthew Stevie

Commissioner DeTro stated the time for receiving bids for the Central Landfill Truck Scale is over and then he opened the following bids:

Steve Peck Fabrication LLC, Sagle, Idaho
Three scales at $28,700 each for a total of $86,100 plus 8.1% sales tax.

Northend Truck Equipment-Marysville, WA
Three scales at $45,967.84 each, including 8.1% sales tax, for a total of $137,903.51.

PacWest Machinery, Spokane, WA
Three scales at $46,343.83 each, including 8.1% sales tax, for a total of $139,031.49.

Bid Opening – Central Landfill Truck Scale – Public Works
Commissioners DeTro stated one bid was received for the slide in water tanks. He opened the following bid:

Correll Scale Service, Moses Lake, WA
Total bid was $59,455.00 which includes 8.1% sales tax.

The engineer estimate was about $70,000.

Motion Resolution 46-2018 An Order Regarding Okanogan River
Commissioner Hover moved to approve resolution 46-2018 ordering that Okanogan River be closed to all activities. Commissioners discussed their wish to revise the resolution to include no wake zone on the Lake of Osoyoos. Motion died for lack of second.

Commissioners directed the Clerk of the Board to revise the resolution to include a no wake zone on the surface of Lake of Osoyoos.

Motion Resolution 46-2018 Order Regarding Okanogan River & Lake Osoyoos
Commissioner Hover moved to approve revised resolution 46-2018 an emergency order directing the public not to enter the Okanogan River and ordering a no wake zone on Lake Osoyoos. Motion was seconded, all were in favor, motion carried.

Motion Divco Proposal for Equipment Replacement Juvenile Administration Bldg
Commissioner Branch moved to approve the DIVCO proposal for equipment replacement located on the Juvenile Administration building in the amount of $9,614 and authorized the chairman to sign the proposal. Motion was seconded, all were in favor, motion carried.

Commissioner Hover stated when the invoice is received that it be processed from funds the Correctional Facilities fund 160.

Commissioners reviewed the tractor purchase quotes submitted by Joe Poulin for the Fairgrounds tractor. Quotes were received from Washington Tractor and Okanogan Truck and tractor. (attached)

Approve Consent Agenda
Commissioner Hover moved to approve the consent agenda items as presented. Motion was seconded, all were in favor, motion carried.
1. Commissioners Proceedings May 7 & 8, 2018
2. Reimbursement – CDBG Public Services Grant – Request #8 – Community Action Council
3. Reimbursement – CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Grant – Request #11 – Community Action Council
4. Authorization to Call for Bids – CRP 3532-04 Peter Dan Repair Project – Public Works
5. Interlocal Agreement – Solid Waste Disposal System – City of Omak
6. Memorandum of Agreement – Teamsters Local Union #760 CDL Training Program – Public Works
7. Contract – 2018 Guardrail Repair – M2 Industrial, Inc – Public Works
8. Resolution 44-2018 – Cancellation of Unclaimed Warrants
9. Resolution 45-2018 – Initiate County Road Project 1598-01 - Evan Road

Update – Public Works – Josh Thomson & Ben Rough

Citizen Comment Period

Discussion – Fairgrounds Fee Schedule Fairground Uses – John Arterburn, Keith Kistler

Update Human Resources / Risk Management – Tanya Craig and/or Debi Hilts

Public Hearing – Supplemental Appropriation Vehicle Reserve – Sheriff - $5,400
At 3:30 p.m. the Clerk of the Board announced to an empty room that the public hearing for supplemental appropriation would be continued to Tuesday, May 22 at 10:30 a.m.

The Clerk adjourned at 3:35 pm.