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B.O.C. Agenda Summary from May 22nd, 2018

A.    INSPIRATIONAL

Kuldip Singh, Sikh Community Priest

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Commissioner Kathie Gannon
Super District 6

B. PRESENTATIONS

World Refugee Day
Being a Bridge Builder 2018 Youth Art Contest

C.    COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

D.    10:00 A.M. PUBLIC HEARING

Public Works - Transportation

2018-2069
Commission District(s): 5 & 7
Traffic Calming Petition- Aldergate Drive & Tudor Castle Way between JohnWesley Drive and Dover Castle Drive. No Cost to County.
Approved

2018-2070
Commission District(s): 3 & 7Traffic Calming Petition- Ellington Street between White Oak Drive andGlenwood Rd. No Cost to County.
Approved

2018-2071
Commission District(s): 5 & 7Traffic Calming Petition- Dover Castle Drive between Tudor Castle Way andSouth Hairston Rd. No Cost to County.
Approved

Watershed Management

2017-0774
Commission District(s): 4 and 6Resolution, Order and Declaration of Taking - Installation of 13,200 LF of30-inch ductile iron pipe (DIP) from Maple Street to South Columbia Drive forconstructing a new transmission main for the “Waterline Replacement ScottBoulevard - Phase III” project. Cost to the County: $159,400
Withdrawn“DECISION ONLY” ITEMS – NO PUBLIC HEARING

Planning & Sustainability

2018-1911
COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 3 & 7 Frank Golley Z-18-22128
Deferred 2 weeks, until June 26, 2018 for Decision Only

E.    APPEALS

NONE


F.    APPOINTMENTS

ITEMS FOR RECORDING IN THE MINUTES

Board of Commissioners - District 7

2018-2176
Commission District(s): 7Recording the Appointment of Charles McCorkle to the Citizens OversightCommittee for SPLOST Revenues and Expenditures.

Approved

G.    CONSENT AGENDA

Board of Commissioners

2018-2208
Commission District(s): All
Board of Commissioners - Committee of the Whole Meeting Date Change
Approved

Board of Commissioners - District 3

2018-2218
Commission District(s): Districts 3 and 6
Grant Match NH Scott
Approved

2018-2219

Commission District(s): Districts 3 and 6Allocation of $150,000 to Support the Planning and Development of theRainbow Park Amphitheater
Approved

2018-2220
Commission District(s): Districts 3 and 6
Shoals Creek Park II Restrooms - $150,000
Approved

Clerk to the Board of Commissioners & CEO

2018-2095
Commission District(s): All
Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting of April 10, 2018
Approved

2018-2096
Commission District(s): All
Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting of April 24, 2018
Approved


District Attorney

2018-2156
Commission District(s): AllAcceptance of additional Sexual Assault Kit Initiative Grant to District Attorney’sOffice
Approved



Human Services

2018-2055
Commission District(s): AllAcceptance of Grant from the Georgia Department of Public Health for theDeKalb County Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting(MIECHV) Program- at no cost to the CountyApproved

Planning and Sustainability

2018-2209
Commission District(s): All
Resolution to Adopt the 2018 Service Delivery Strategy (SDS)
Approved


State Court

2018-2173
Commission District(s): AllCouncil of Accountability Court Judges Funding Committee (CACJ) to theDeKalb County DUI Court Program in the amount of $143,773.00 with a matchof $15,974.78
Approved

2018-2167
Commission District(s): All Districts
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Grant to the DeKalb County SuperiorCourt-Adult Felony Drug Court
Approved

2018-2168
Commission District(s): All DistrictsCriminal Justice Coordinating Council Grant to the DeKalb County SuperiorCourt-Veterans Treatment Court
Approved

H.    PRELIMINARY ITEMS

Board of Commissioners - District 6

2018-2089
Commission District(s): All
Climate Change Resolution

Deferred for 2 weeks and assigned to the Planning, EconomicDevelopment & Community Services Committee (PECS), andreturn to the Board on June 12, 2018

Chief Executive Office

2018-2102
Commission District(s): All
Comcast Franchise Agreement Extension

Approved the substitute submitted from the floor

District Attorney

2018-1996
Commission District(s): All
D.A. and Public Defender staffing for increased courtroom at Juvenile Court

Approved


Human Services

2018-2086
Commission District(s): All
Pre-acceptance of 2019 Child Support Contract Between the State of Georgiaand the Office of the District Attorney

Approved

2018-2056
Commission District(s): All Commission DistrictsAuthorizing the Issuance of Sale of Tax Anticipation Notes for 2018

Approved

2018-2035
Commission District(s): ALL
Time Extension for New Freedom Program Subgrant Agreement with MARTA

Deferred for 2 weeks and assigned to the Planning, EconomicDevelopment & Community Services Committee (PECS), andreturn to the Board on June 12, 2018

2018-2074
Commission District(s): All
Human Services Plan for Senior Services Future State

Deferred for 2 weeks and assigned to the Planning, EconomicDevelopment & Community Services Committee (PECS), andreturn to the Board on June 12, 2018

Planning and Sustainability

2018-2084
Commission District(s): All
Adoption of the 2018 Service Delivery Strategy (SDS)

Approved

Purchasing & Contracting - to ERPS Committee

2018-1980
Commission District(s): All
REN - Pre-Employment Background Investigative Services (Cooperative Agreement- 2nd Renewal Option): Contract No. 1019635 for use by the Department ofHuman Resources and Merit System (HRMS). The contract consists of providingpre-employment background investigative reporting services for onboarding ofpotential County employees. Awarded to HR TruCheck, Inc. Amount Not ToExceed: $75,000.00.

Approved

Purchasing & Contracting - to OPS Committee

2018-1763
Commission District(s): AllREN - Portable Toilet Rentals (Annual Contract - 2nd Renewal of 2 Options toRenew): Contract No. 1021260 for use by Public Works - Roads and Drainage(R&D) and Sanitation, the Departments of Watershed Management (DWM) andRecreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs (RPCA) and the DeKalb Peachtree Airport.This contract consists of providing portable toilet rentals for County hosted eventsand worksites. Awarded to M.A.S.S. Services, Inc. dba Comfort Zone Portables.Amount Not To Exceed: $78,800.00.

Deferred for 2 weeks and assigned to the County OperationsCommittee (OPS), and return to the Board on June 12, 2018


2018-1909
Commission District(s): ALL
REN - Decals for DeKalb County Vehicles (Annual Contract - 2nd Renewal of 2Options to Renew): Contract No. 1022754 for use by Police Services and PublicWorks - Fleet Management. Consists of providing decals for public safety and othervehicles. Awarded to AKO Signs Inc. Amount Not To Exceed: $79,000.00.

Deferred for 2 weeks and assigned to the County OperationsCommittee (OPS), and return to the Board on June 12, 2018


2017-1390
Commission District(s): All
SS - Flow Meters & Spare Parts/Equipment: for use by the Department ofWatershed Management (DWM). Consists of the purchase of replacement parts andequipment for flow meters. Recommend award to Endress & Hauser c/o Carotek.Amount Not To Exceed: $205,563.11.Approved

2018-1864
Commission District(s): ALL
RFP - Request for Proposals No. 17-500449 Design-Build Services for GravitySewer System Rehabilitation, Replacement and Construction - Package No. 3: foruse by the Department of Watershed Management (DWM). Consists of providingdesign, permitting and construction services for gravity sewer collection systemrehabilitation and improvements as part of the County’s $1.345 billion CapitalImprovement Plan (CIP)/Consent Decree. Recommend award to the highest scoringproposer: Garney Companies, Inc. Amount Not To Exceed: $22,957,580.00Approved

2018-1979
Commission District(s): All
SS - Water Distribution Monitoring Panels: for use by the Department of WatershedManagement (DWM). Consists of the purchase of water distribution monitoringpanels, accessories and services. Awarded to Hach Company. Amount Not ToExceed: $564,845.88.

Approved

2018-1983
Commission District(s): All
CO - Change Order No. 1 to Contract Nos.: 975615 and 975721 for Tree Cuttingand Removal Services (Annual Contract with 2 Options to Renew): for use by theDepartments of Watershed Management (DWM) and Recreation, Parks, andCultural Affairs and PW - Roads and Drainage (R&D). These contracts consist ofproviding tree and stump removal, tree trimming and emergency debris removalservices. Awarded to Arborserv, Inc., and Casey Tree Experts, Inc. Total AmountNot To Exceed: $1,920,000.00.

Approved

Watershed Management

2018-2024
Commission District(s): All
Approval and Authorization to Execute Updated Technical Assistance ContractAs It Relates to Continued Legal Requirements in the Multi-State Water CourtActions. COST TO THE COUNTY: $450,000

Approved

2018-2133
Add Item

Approved to add an item

2018-1993
Commission District(s): District 3, 5, 6, 72018 NRPA 2018 Healthy Out-of-School Time Grant

Approved

I.    ITEMS FOR DECISION BY THE BOARD

Chief Executive Office

2018-1974
Commission District(s): All
Appropriation of Anticipated SPLOST Funds in Accordance with theReferendum Approved by the Voters on November 7, 2017.

Deferred for 30 days, until June 26, 2018

Community Development

2018-1995
Commission District(s): AllTo Approve the Submission of a HUD Section 108 Loan Guarantee Application in theamount of $5,200,000 for the Construction of a Senior Center in District 4- No Cost ToCounty

Deferred the substitute submitted from the floor and assigned to thePlanning, Economic Development & Community Services Committee(PECS), and return to the Board on June 12, 2018

Executive Assistant - Chief Operating Office

2018-2053
Commission District(s): All Commission Districts
Intergovernmental Agreement for the Distribution of Homestead Option SalesTax Proceeds and Equalized Homestead Option Sales Tax Proceeds.

Approved the May 7th amended version, with a reference to thecity of Dunwoody to be removed

Planning and Sustainability

2018-1533
Commission District(s): All
An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 15 of the DeKalb County Code regardingBusiness Occupancy Taxes

Deferred for 30 days, until June 26, 2018

Purchasing & Contracting

Purchasing & Contracting - to OPS Committee


2018-1874
Commission District(s): ALLCO - Change Order No. 1 to Contract Nos.: 1025662, 1023197 and 1031586 forArchitectural and Engineering Design Services (Multi-year Contract): for theDepartments of Facilities Management (FM) and Recreation, Parks and CulturalAffairs (RPCA). Consists of the provision of architectural and engineering designservices for various facilities projects. Awarded to AMEC Foster WheelerEnvironment & Infrastructure, Inc., Brown Design Group, Inc. and Pond &Company. Total Amount Not To Exceed: $2,800,000.00.

Deferred for 30 days and assigned to the County OperationsCommittee (OPS), and return to the Board on June 26, 2018.

2018-1875
Commission District(s): AllREN - Inspection and Maintenance of FM 200 Fire Suppression Systems (AnnualContract - 2nd Renewal of 2 Options to Renew): Contract No. 1015889 for use bythe Department of Facilities Management (FM). The contract consists of providingequipment inspection and repair services for the existing fire suppression systems.Awarded to Century Fire Protection, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed: $15,000.00.

Approved

Purchasing & Contracting - to PECS Committee

2017-0997
Commission District(s): 3 and 6
CA - Cooperative Agreement Lease of Utility Vehicles for Sugar Creek Golf andTennis Club: for use by the Department of Recreation, Parks & Cultural Affairs(RPCA). Awarded to Club Car, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed: $243,360.00.Deferred for 30 days and assigned to the Planning, EconomicDevelopment & Community Services Committee (PECS), andreturn to the Board on June 26, 2018

Purchasing & Contracting - to PWI Committee

2017-0630
Commission District(s): AllCO - Change Order No. 2 to Contract No. 14-902800 Consent DecreeProgram Management Services: for use by the Department of WatershedManagement (DWM). Awarded to CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc. Amount NotTo Exceed: $11,363,633.00.

Deferred for 2 weeks, until June 12, 2018

2018-1657
Commission District(s): ALLLB - Invitation No. 17-100913 for Sidewalks and Roadways (Multiyear Contract):for use by Public Works - Transportation and Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs(RPCA). Consists of sidewalks, drainage improvements and minor roadimprovements. Recommend award to the lowest, responsive and responsible bidders:Autaco Development and SD&C, Inc. Total Amount Not To Exceed:$9,000,000.00.

Deferred for 30 days, until June 26, 2018

2018-1757
Commission District(s): AllCO - Change Order No. 3 to Contract No. 1063708 Professional ConsultingServices to DeKalb County Office of the Chief Executive Officer: for use by theOffice of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the Department of WatershedManagement (DWM). This contract consists of providing consulting services toreview the County’s Consent Decree Program. Awarded to VNF Solutions, LLC.Amount Not To Exceed: $100,000.00.

Deferred for 30 days, until June 26, 2018

2017-1004
Commission District(s): All Commission DistrictsIntergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between DeKalb County, The DeKalbCounty Tax Commissioner, and the Cities of Avondale Estates, Chamblee,Clarkston, Doraville, Lithonia, Pine Lake, Stonecrest, Stone Mountain, andTucker for the billing and collection of taxes and fees.

Approved the substitute submitted from the floor

2017-1184
Commission District(s): AllReallocation of Project Budgets Within the 2011A Bond Fund

Deferred for 30 days, until June 26, 2018

J.    COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD

K.  POLICY OF NON-DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF DISABILITY

The DeKalb County Government does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment of employment in its programs or activities.  The Office of Contract Compliance and EEO, 1300 Commerce Drive, Decatur, GA 30030, 404-371-4795 & TDD 404-371-7064, has been designated to coordinate compliance with the non-discrimination requirements contained in Section 35.107 of the Department of Justice regulations.  Information concerning the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the rights provided there under are available from the ADA Coordinator.  A ten-day notice is requested for special accommodations.

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