Story County
Board of Supervisors Meeting
Agenda
7/7/20
1.

Originating from Administration Building, Story County Public Access Provided Via "Zoom" Meeting

SPECIAL NOTE TO THE PUBLIC: Due to recommendations to limit gatherings to no more than ten (10) people in order to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, public access to the meeting will be provided via Zoom. Members of the public can participate by using the information at the end of this agenda:
2.

CALL TO ORDER: 10:00 A.M.

3.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

4.

STATEMENT EXPLAINING WHY A MEETING IN PERSON IS IMPOSSIBLE OR IMPRACTICAL, PER CODE SECTION 21.8.1

5.

ADOPTION OF AGENDA:

6.

UPDATES ON COVID-19


a) Staff

b)Supervisors
7.

PUBLIC COMMENT #1:

This comment period is for the public to address topics on today's agenda
8.

DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF ITEMS BROUGHT BEFORE THE BOARD WITH REQUEST FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION:

9.

AGENCY REPORTS:

I.

Mainstream Living Annual Report - submitted report only

Department Submitting
Auditor
10.

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES:

I.

6/23/20 & 6/23/20 Special, and 6/30/20 Minutes

Department Submitting
Auditor
11.

CONSIDERATION OF PERSONNEL ACTIONS:

I.

Action Forms

1)pay adjustment, FY21 Resolution correction, effective 6/21/20, in Attorney's Office for Julie Erickson @ $3,140.60; 2)pay adjustment, effective 7/19/20, in a)Attorney's Office for Melina Vickers @ $19.57/hr; 
Department Submitting
HR
12.

CONSIDERATION OF CLAIMS:

I.

7/9/20 Claims

Department Submitting
Auditor
Documents:
  1. Claims 070920.pdf
13.

CONSENT AGENDA:

(All items listed under the consent agenda will be enacted by one motion.  There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a request is made prior to the time the Board votes on the motion.)
I.

Consideration Of License Fess Between Story County and CDW Government For Zoom Meeting Licensing, Effective 05/27/2020 - 05/26/2021 For $1,899.10

Department Submitting
Information Technology
II.

Consideration of Maintenance and Support Agreement between Idemia Identity & Security USA LLC and Story County for $2,268.00 effective 8/1/2020 - 7/31/2021

Department Submitting
Sheriff
III.

Consideration of Storage Rental Agreement between Gilbert Franklin Township Fire & Emergency Response Agency and Story County for $5,000 effective 7/1/2020 - 6/30/2021

Department Submitting
Sheriff
IV.

Consideration of FY21 Provider And Program Participation Agreement With Youth And Shelter Services Effective 7/1/20-6/30/21

Youth and Shelter Services-Child Safety(Not to exceed $2,426)$71.26/1 Staff Hr; Kids Club(Not to Exceed $66,087)$12.63/1 Partial Day(3 Hrs); Kids Club Carry Over From FY20 Funds (Not to exceed $16,629.81)$12.63/1 Partial Day(3 Hrs); Mentoring(Not to exceed $37,261)55.77/1  Client Contact/Day; The Nest Program(Not to exceed $358)$150.76/1 Client Contact; Transitional Living(Not to exceed $8,173)$25.22/1 Client Contact; Youth/Dev/Soc. Adj.(Not to exceed $30,657)$54.75/1 Client Contact/Day; Youth Dev/Soc. Adj. Carry Over From FY20 Funds (Not to exceed $9,597.98)$54.75/1 Client Contact/Day; Employment Assistance(Not to exceed $6,212)$48.53/1 Staff Hr; Family Dev/Edu FaDSS(Not to exceed $2,873)$42.72/1 Client Hr; Pub Educ./Awareness Combined(Not to exceed $101,271)$199.95/1 Staff Hr; Pub Educ./Awareness Combined Carry Over From FY20 Funds(Not to exceed $23,643.67)$199.95/1 Staff Hr; Summer Enrichment(Not to exceed $18,364)$8.27/1 Partial Day(3 Hrs); Emergency Shelter-Rosedale(Not to exceed $89,250)$505.34/1 24 Hr Period of Food and Shelter; Substance Abuse Co-Occurring (Out Pt.)(Not to exceed $45,000)$199.95/1 Client Hr; Substance Abuse Co-Occurring(Out Pt.)Carry Over From FY20 Funds (Not to exceed $10,467)$199.95/1 Client Hr; Primary Treatment Out Pt.) Carry Over From FY20 Funds (Not to exceed $54,822.75)$190.19/1 Client Hr; Kids Club-Local Option(Not to exceed $3,850)$12.63/1 Partial Day(3 Hrs);Child Safety-Local Option (Not to exceed $2,200)$71.26/1 Staff Hr; Child Safety-Local Option Carry Over From FY20 Funds (Not to exceed $2,200)$71.26/1 Staff Hr; Summer Enrichment-Local Option(Not to exceed $800)$8.27/1 Partial Day(3 Hrs);Summer Enrichment-Local Option Carry Over From FY20 Funds (Not to exceed $192.40)$8.27/1 Partial Day(3 Hrs); The Nest Program-Local Option(Not to exceed $100)$150.76/1 Client Contact; The Nest Program-Local Option Carry Over From FY20 Funds(Not to exceed $100)$150.76/1 Client Contact; Service Coordination(Not to exceed $45,025)$30.37/1 Client Hr
Department Submitting
Board of Supervisors
Documents:
  1. YSS.pdf
V.

Consideration of Purchase Order for 11' Road Groom (Drag) from Road Groom Manufacturing for $15,400(FY 21 Budget)

Department Submitting
Engineer
Documents:
  1. FY 21 DRAG.pdf
VI.

Consideration of Purchase Order for Chipper from Vermeer total for $46,289.40(FY 21 Budget)

Department Submitting
Engineer
Documents:
  1. FY 21 CHIPPER.pdf
VII.

Consideration of Purchase Order for Retriever from LyCox Enterprises, Inc for $11,450.00(FY 21 Budget)

Department Submitting
Engineer
Documents:
  1. FY 21 RETRIEVER.pdf
VIII.

Consideration of Resolution #21-02, Setting Date and Time for a Public Hearing on July 14, 2020, for Ames Urban Fringe Plan – Land Use Framework Map Amendment For Bishop Farms, Parcel #05-23-400-255 In Franklin Township

Department Submitting
Planning and Development
IX.

Consideration of Purchase Order for 2020 Ford F250 from Ames Ford for $29,397.00(FY 21 Budget)

Department Submitting
Engineer
Documents:
  1. FY 21 FORD 250.pdf
X.

Consideration of Civil Process Server Appointment by Sheriff Paul Fitzgerald Effective 7/7/2020 to the Following Detention Officers: Alexander Powell, Selena Sweet, Paige Barnett

Department Submitting
Sheriff
XI.

Consideration of Road Closure Resolution(s): #20-44, 20-45

Department Submitting
Engineer
XII.

Consideration of Utility Permit(s): #20-5071, 20-5072

Department Submitting
Engineer
XIII.

Consideration of provider agreement between Story County and Linda Hanson for Grant Coordinator for the Pre-Post Arrest Diversion effective 7/7/20-7/7/21, for $38.08/hr not to exceed $79,196 including .50/mile

Department Submitting
Attorney
14.

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS:

15.

ADDITIONAL ITEMS:

16.

DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS:

I.

Planning and Development Quarterly Report - submitted report only

Department Submitting
Auditor
Documents:
  1. PD Qtr.pdf
17.

OTHER REPORTS:

18.

UPCOMING AGENDA ITEMS:

19.

PUBLIC FORUM #2:

Comments from the Public on Items not on this Agenda. The Board may not take any Action on the Comments due to the Requirements of the Open Meetings Law, but May Do So In the Future.
20.

LIAISON ASSIGNMENTS, COMMITTEE MEETINGS UPDATES, AND ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE SUPERVISORS:

21.

ADJOURNMENT:

22.

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