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BOCC update

Board of County Commissioners update

BOCC actions for the week of February 17, 2020

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office was recognized for being awarded the Gold AAA traffic safety award from Kansas Department of Transportation. This is the Sheriff’s Office sixth consecutive year to receive this award.

The BOCC voted to authorize the following items:

  • Appointed Matt Wild as the Architect/Civil Engineer representative to the Contractor Licensing Review Board through January 16, 2022.
  • City of Gardner Application Nos. FP-19-05 for a Final Plat for Tallgrass, 1st Plat (a 2-lot multi-family residential subdivision), and FDP-19-03 for a Final Development Plan for Tallgrass Phase 1, located at the northwest corner of University Drive and Moonlight Road, City of Gardner, within one mile of the New Century Airport.
  • A contract with multiple vendors for construction inspection services at a cost not to exceed annually $750,000 for a period of 12-months with the option to renew four (4) additional one-year periods.

The board held a study session on the Aging Services Master Plan presented by the Commission on Aging. The plan is available at this link.

A look ahead for the week of Feb. 24

Below is a look at the BOCC calendar for next week. Details on the meetings are available at https://jocogov.org/calendar-created/month?field_event_type_tid=4224&date=2020-02

BOCC week of feb. 24

These are the current items on the Feb. 27, 2020 BOCC agenda:

  • Consider appointing Josie Herrera as the Fourth District representative to the Tenth Judicial District Nominating Commission through March 4, 2024.
  • Consider a request from Martin Marietta Kansas City, LLC for an amendment to their existing Conditional Use Permit for expansion of mining area and continued operation of the surface rock quarry, known as Sunflower Quarry, including mining, blasting, rock crushing, rock stockpiling, rock sales, and concrete batch plant, located west of Kill Creek Road, south of 95th Street and north of 111th Street.
  • Consider a request from CJ Garrett, applicant, and Robert W. Sullivan, Trustee for the Robert W. Sullivan Trust, landowner, for Final Development Plan which will serve as the final plat for 10 residential lots, to be known as Waverly Estates, on 80 acres located on Waverly Road at 102nd Street.
  • Consider adopting, amending the policy for the display and use of a standard logo for Johnson County Government, clarifying that official county business includes use by individual commissioners for the conduct of their official duties.
  • Consider approving the agreement with Oracle America, Inc. for a term of five (5) years at a cost of $3,570,780 with the optional term of a three (3) year renewal up to $2,271,016 for the purchase of Human Capital Management (HCM) and ERP (Financial and Procurement) subscription services. Additionally, staff requests the approval of amendment No. 001 to the Interlocal Agreement between the County and the Johnson County Park and Recreation District (JCPRD) that allows JCPRD to reimburse the County up to $125,000 a year for these Cloud services. Staff also requests the approval to establish a project account in the amount of $3,570,780 in order to transfer budgetary funds from the Department of Human Resources, Budget Office, Office of Treasury and Financial Management, and Department of Technology and Innovation until the transition of this project is completed over the course of the next three years.
  • Hold a public hearing to consider vacating an alley in Stilwell.
  • Consider approving an agreement with Leavenworth County for repairs to the De Soto River Bridge utilizing Public Works Fund Reserves.
  • Consider authorizing contracts with Hamm Inc., Mid-States Materials LLC, Johnson County Aggregates and Green Dream International, in the amount not to exceed $600,000, for the purchase of rock products for a one (1) year term with the option to renew four (4) additional one (1) year terms.
  • Conduct a public hearing and consider authorizing funds for Johnson County Wastewater infrastructure improvement projects in an amount not to exceed $1,435,000 and authorize the County to enter into an agreement with the City of Prairie Village for the Delmar/Fontana sanitary sewer relocation and capacity upgrade reimbursement.
  • Conduct a public hearing to authorize funds for the construction phase of the Turkey Creek Pump Station Improvements Project (SMTCContract 37) in an amount not to exceed $6,430,000, increasing the total project authorization to $7,230,000.
  • Consider authorizing a contract with Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. to construct the Turkey Creek Pump Station Improvements Project (SMTC-Contract 37) in an amount not to exceed $5,133,073.
  • Consider authorizing the Mental Health Department to add a 0.5 FTE Substance Abuse Disorder (SUD) Clinician and a 0.5 FTE Admissions Assistant and reclassify the use of reserves in an amount not to exceed $82,000 for Fiscal Year 2020.
  • Consider authorizing a contract with Infinity Group, LLC to reconstruct abatement demolition and replace the fire sprinkler system located at Med-Act Station 51, 205 E. Flaming Road, Olathe in a total amount not to exceed $318,890.
  • Consider adopting the 2020 Johnson County Federal Legislative Platform.