Background: Klamath County Public Works would like to enter into a direct appointment with Kittelson & Associates for design concepts per the attached scope of work. OAR 137-048-0200 States that contracting agencies may enter into a contract directly with a consultant without following the competitive bidding procedures if the estimated fee paid does not exceed $100,000.00
Recommended Motion: Board approve and sign contract between Klamath County and Kittelson & Associates for design concepts as to how Laverne Avenue, Crest Street, and Clinton Avenue could be improved for people walking and biking to and from Stearns Elementary School. Fiscal impact is estimated at $18,500.00. Term of contract is from date of execution through two calendar years from said date.
BACKGROUND AND CONCLUSIONS: KLAMATH COUNTY MAINTENANCE WOULD LIKE TO PUT OUT AN RFP FOR JANITORIAL SERVICES. THE CURRENT CONTRACT ENDS DECEMBER 31, 2017.
FISCAL IMPACT: TO BE DETERMINED.
RECOMMENDED MOTION: BOARD APPROVE KLAMATH COUNTY MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT TO ISSUE AN RFP FOR JANITORIAL SERVICES. FISCAL IMPACT TO BE DETERMINED.
Background: Community Corrections received permission to apply for the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission’s (CJC) “Justice Reinvestment Grant”, to reduce prison population, reduce recidivism, increase public safety and increase offender accountability.
It also requires services be provided locally for victims of crime in our county.
Community Corrections is seeking exemption from the solicitation process for a provider for these services. The County issued Request for proposals for these services in 2015 and only one agency responded, no other providers were interested in providing these services. The Klamath Crisis Center is qualified and willing to provide these services in Klamath County, as they have services in place at this time.
No protests were made after advertising (attached).
Fiscal Impact: None at this time. Funding will be through the successful award of the Grant.
Recommendation: Motion for approval of a Resolution seeking exemption from the solicitation process for services to victims of crime in Klamath County, under the State’s “Justice Reinvestment Grant” and allowing a soul source contract, with no fiscal impact at this time.
Background: In accordance with ORS 312 property foreclosed
upon by the tax collector for nonpayment of taxes and interest and not redeemed
during a redemption period is to be deeded to the county. In accordance with ORS 275 whenever it deems
to be in the best interest of the county to sell and convey any property
acquired in any manner by the county and not in use for county purposes an
Order is to be entered directing the Sheriff to make sale thereof. The attached Notice of Sale describes 11
parcels to be published in the newspaper of general circulation four consecutive
weeks prior to Thursday December 14th, 2017.
FISCAL IMPACT: Not known at this time.
RECOMMENDED MOTION: Approve and execute the attached Order allowing 11 parcels to be offered for sale to the public on Thursday December 14th 2017.
Background & Conclusions: The Klamath County Sheriff's Office will provide a .37 FTE School Resource Officer to Klamath Community College for crime prevention and security. The term of the Contract is from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
Fiscal Impact: Klamath Community College Agrees to pay the Klamath County Sheriff's Office the sum of $37,502.00, which represents the annual cost of a .37 SRO deputy for the period of the agreement.
Recommended Motion: Approve the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 contract in the amount of $37,502.00 with Klamath Community College to provide a part-time SRO for a law enforcement presence on the campus.
Background: This Intergovernmental Fund Exchange Agreement allows Klamath County to exchange federal Surface Transportation Program Funds (STP) for State funds at a ratio of $94 state for $100 federal. Klamath County agrees to spend the STP funds on costs associated with Phase 5 of the improvement project on Altamont Drive.
Recommended Motion: Board Approve and Execute Agreement #32369 between Klamath County and the Oregon Department of Transportation. This agreement will be effective from the date of execution and shall terminate 2 calendar years from that date.