Background: Employees are presented service awards in 5 year increments beginning with their first 5 years of service to Klamath County.
Elizabeth Mitchell – Juvenile
Rita White - Juvenile
Jessica Dale – Public Health
Westley Packer – Sheriff’s Office
Liliana Mendonca - Library
Recommended Motion: Read above names for the record. Fiscal Impact: None
Background: The Klamath County Animal Control operations have been placed within the Sheriff’s Office for management and oversight. The Board of County Commissioners desires to have revisions made to Chapter 403 of the County Code to reflect that change and to add provisions for the handling of dogs involved in livestock violations. The attached Resolution sets the first hearing for Tuesday, August 23, 2022 @ 8:45 a.m. and the final hearing is set for September 6, 2022 @ 8:45 a.m.
Recommended Motion: The Board of County Commissioners approves and signs the attached Resolution that sets the two public hearing dates on the proposed code revisions. Fiscal impact: None
Background: On 07/18/2017 Klamath County entered into a contract for Personal Services with Helion Software, Inc. for a new assessment and taxation software. The contract contained the option of up to two (2), mutual five (5) year extensions. By extending the current contract five (5) years it would extend the terms of the contract to June 30, 2027.
Recommended Motion: Approve amendment pursuant to Klamath County Contract for Personal Services between Klamath County and Helion Software, Inc., for contractor services to mutually extend the terms of this contract for additional five (5) year term. There is no fiscal impact.
Background: This personal services contract provides Capitol Asset & Pavement Services, Inc. with funds to perform pavement inspections on half of the paved County Road network and then upload that data into the Street Saver software system currently being used by the Klamath County Public Works Department. Klamath County has approximately 750 miles of paved roads. Public Works utilizes the data to track pavement condition index (PCI) over time. Also to evaluate which roads are in need of upcoming maintenance work (chip seals, overlay, etc.). The conditions are reported to ODOT every two years as required by HB2017.
The 2020 Klamath County contracting policies and procedures section 3.15, Selection for Architect or Engineering Services (1) allow use direct appointment if estimated fee is less than $50,000.00. Capitol Asset & Pavement Services performed these services for Klamath County from 2010 to 2021 and have submitted a proposal for the 2022 inspections not to exceed the amount of $24,500.00, and the 2023 inspections not to exceed $24,900.00, for a total amount not to exceed $49,400.00.
Recommended Motion: Board to approve and execute the Contract for Personal Services between Klamath County and Capitol Asset & Pavement Services, Inc. to perform pavement management distress rating and subsequent follow up reporting. Fiscal Impact to the 2022 Road Operating Budget not to exceed $24,500.00 and $24,900.00 for 2023.