Board Agenda

 

April 7, 1999
6:30 p.m.
Board Room
Washtenaw County Administration Building
220 N. Main Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan

I. Roll Call
II. Citizen Participation
III. Commissioner Follow-up to Citizen Participation
IV. New Business:
A. EMPLOYMENT TRAINING/COMMUNITY SERVICES
  1. Program Year 1998 JTPA Title IIA/IIC Incentive Grant

*Ratifying the signature of the Chair of the Board
*On Program Year 1998 JTPA Title IIA/IIC Incentive Grant Job Training Plan
*In the amount of $12,547 ( to be included in JTPA IIA Program)
*For the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 1999
*Approve the budget
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign Notice of Grant Award
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign delegate contracts

  RECOMMENDATION: Approval
  2. 1998 JTPA Title IIA Job Training Plan Modification
  *Ratifying signature of Chair of the Board
*On Program Year 1998 JTPA Title IIA Job Training Plan Modification for the additional amount of $155,792 ( 143,245 from program carry-in and 12,547 from IIA-IIC Incentive Grant)
*for the total program amount of $436,556
*For the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 1999
*Originally authorized by resolution 98-0105
*To serve 141 eligible adult participants (last year there were 127 participants)
*Amending the budget
*Authorize County Administrator to sign delegate contracts
  RECOMMENDATION: Approval
  3. Fiscal Year 1999 Food Stamp Employment & Training (FSE&T) Modification
  *Ratifying the signature of the Chair of the Board on the inter-agency agreement with Family Independence Agency
*For Fiscal Year 1999 Food Stamp Employment & Training Plan Modification for the additional amount of $96,556
*For the period October 1, 1998 through September 30, 1999
*For the total program amount of $140,930
*To serve 88 eligible adult, able-bodied participants without dependents (aged 18 through 49)
*Who are in jeopardy of losing their food stamp eligibility due to time limits
*Revising the budget
*Authorizing the Administrator to sign delegate contracts
  RECOMMENDATION: Approval
B. PROSECUTOR
  1. Judicial Oversight Demonstration Initiative Grant Program
  *Ratifying the County Administrators signature
*On an application for the Judicial Oversight Demonstration Initiative Grant Program
*Through the Violence Against Women Grants Office of the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs
*In the amount of $1,997,383
*For one year commencing January 1, 2000 and ending December 31, 2000
*To build upon a coordinated response to domestic violence through prosecution, intensive probation and implementation of a judicial protocol
*With the possibility of renewal up to an additional four years thereafter contingent upon Congressional appropriations
*Indirect costs are allowable per grant guidelines and have been calculated to be $140,000
*Approve the budget
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign Notice of Grant Award
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign delegate contracts
*Authorizing the County Administrator to create up to nine (9) additional positions as identified through collaboration with local jurisdictions (14-A, 14-B & 15th District Courts)
*Creation of the Following Grant Status Positions Upon Receipt of the Grant Award:

Three (3) Assistant Prosecuting Atty I/II
Grade 27/29, Group 22
$37,577 - $53,450
 

One (1) First Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Grade 31, Group 22
$43,758 - $58,734
 

Three (3) Victim / Witness Coordinators
Grade 16, Group 12
$25,097 - $30,986
 

Two (2) Legal Clerk I/II
Grade 12/14, Group 12
$22,035 - $28,821
 

One (1) Investigator
Grade 25, Group 32
$24,563 - $33,616
 One (1) Management Analyst I/II
Grade 27/29, Group 32
$28,339 - $47,922
 
 

*Elimination of the Following Grant Status Position Upon Receipt of the Grant Award:

One (1) Management Assistant
Grade 27, Group 32
$37,577 - $53,450
 

  RECOMMENDATION: Approval
  2. State of Michigan, Office of Drug Control Policy, Department of Community Health Governors Discretionary Grant Program
  *Ratifying the County Administrators signature
*On an application with the State of Michigan, Office of Drug Control Policy, Department of Community Health, Governors Discretionary Grant Program
*In the amount of $289,800
*For the period October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000
*For implementation of a pilot juvenile diversion/restoration from delinquency program for approximately 2000 children at risk in Washtenaw County
*Program priorities will be public safety, accountability, and competency development recognizing victims and offender restoration as critical goals
*Working collaboratively to determine appropriate restoration via contracts and constructive diversion through community projects to achieve competency development and serve as a preventive measure for not entering the juvenile justice system
*No match requirement per grant guidelines
*Indirect costs are not allowable per grant guidelines
*Approve the budget
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign Notice of Grant Award
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign delegate contracts
*Creation of the Following Grant Status Positions Upon Receipt of the Grant Award:

One (1) Assistant Prosecuting Attorney I/II
Grade 27/29, Group 22
$37,577 - $53,450
 

One (1) Assistant Public Defender I/II
Grade 27/29, Group 23
$37,577 - $53,450
 

Two (2) Mental Health Professionals
Grade 21, Group 11
$29,874 - $38,825
 

Two (2) Management Analyst I/II
Grade 27/29, Group 32
$28,339 - $47,922
 

  RECOMMENDATION: Approval
  3. State of Michigan, Office of Drug Control Policy, Department of Community Health, Byrne Grant Program
  *Ratifying the signature of the County Administrator
*On an application with the State of Michigan, Office of Drug Control Policy, Department of Community Health, Byrne Grant Program
*In the amount of $312,800
*For one year commencing October 1, 1999 and ending September 30, 2000
*For implementation of a pilot juvenile diversion/restoration from delinquency program for approximately 2000 children at risk in Washtenaw County
*Program priorities will be public safety, accountability, and competency development recognizing victims and offender restoration as critical goals
*Working collaboratively to determine appropriate restoration via contracts and constructive diversion through community projects to achieve competency development and serve as a preventive measure for not entering the juvenile justice system
* Indirect costs are not allowable per grant guidelines
*Approve the budget
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign Notice of Grant Award
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign delegate contracts
*Match requirement: 25% cash match ($78,200); 1999 - $19,550 from Unearmarked Reserve and 2000 - $58,650 to be committed during the 2000/01 budget cycle
*Creation of the Following Grant Status Positions Upon Receipt of the Grant Award:

One (1) Assistant Prosecuting Attorney I/II
Grade 27/29, Group 22
$37,577 - $53,450
 

One (1) Assistant Public Defender I/II
Grade 27/29, Group 23
$37,577 - $53,450
 

Two (2) Mental Health Professionals
Grade 21, Group 11
$29,874 - $38,825
 

Two (2) Management Analyst I/II
Grade 27/29, Group 32
$28,339 - $47,922
 

  RECOMMENDATION: Approval
C. SHERIFF
  1. Middle and High School DARE Program
  *Ratifying the signature of the County Administrator
*On an application with the State of Michigan, Office of Drug Control Policy, Department of Community Health, Byrne Grant Program
*In the amount of $21,579
*For one year commencing October 1, 1999 and ending September 30, 2000
*To provide for an additional 12 classes of instruction affecting approximately 400 students
*Approve the budget
*Authorizing County Administrator to sign Notice of Grant Award
*Match requirement: 25% cash match ($5,395) to be absorbed within the departments current budget

RECOMMENDATION: Approval

V. Report of the County Administrator
VI. Report of the Chair of the Board
VII. Items for Current/Future Discussion
VIII. Citizen Participation
IX. Commissioner Follow-up to Citizens Participation
X. Pending
XI. Adjournment
  April 21, 1999
Board Room
County Administration Building
6:30 p.m.
Next Agenda Meeting
April 15, 1999
Administration Conference Room
5:00 p.m.

For additional information call: (734)996-3055 or email richardt@ewashtenaw.org

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