Board Agenda

WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE

August 4, 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. Administration
   
  Head Start Program Realignment
   
  *For realignment of the program operation as recommended by Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families

*Creating a 1.0 Head Start Program Manager

-Grade 32 Group 32

-Salary Range: $45,005 - $66,619

*Eliminating a 1.0 Management Analyst I/II position

-Grade 27/29, Group 32

-Salary Range: $28,906 - $48,880

*Adopting the job description

*Net costs of $9,028 to be absorbed by the grant

   
  RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the board meeting
   
B. Childrens Services
   
 
  1. Juvenile Detention Realignment
   
  *To provide adequate staffing levels for consistent supervision, programming and coverage in case of absences for the 24-hour, seven-days-per-week operation 

*Net increase of 3.60 positions

*Creating three 1.0 Youth Counselor positions 

-Group 15, Grade 22

-Salary Range: $31,637 - $41,122

*Creating 1.0 Shift Supervisor position

-Grade 77, Group 10

-Salary Range: $38,792 - $51,834

* Creating a .40 Shift Supervisor position

-Grade 77, Group 10

-Salary Range: $38,792 - $51,834

*Eliminating a .80 Housekeeper position

-Group 15, Grade 11

-Salary Range: $21,778 - $26,478

*Detention expenses reimbursable at 50% by the State Child Care Fund

*Total costs for 1999: $62,478 

-50% reimbursement- $31,239

-absorbed within the current allocation - $31,239

   
  RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the board meeting
   
 
  • OBrien Center Realignment
  •    
      *Purpose of reorganization is to implement a full day program, strengthen the existing home treatment program (SHIP), implement the administrative separation from COPE and to eliminate the foster care program

    *Net increase of 1.0 position

    *Eliminating two 1.0 Bus Van Driver positions

    -Group 12, Grade 12

    -Salary Range: $22,484 - $27,398

    *Creating three 1.0 Program Aide/Driver positions

    -Group 12, Grade 12

    -Salary Range: $22,484 - $27,398

    *Eliminating a 1.0 Youth Counselor position

    -Group 11, Grade 21

    -Salary Range: $30,479 - $39,605

    *Creating a 1.0 Office Specialist position

    -Group 32, Grade 23

    -Salary Range: $27,884 - $29,949

    *Eliminating two 1.0 Family Services Specialist position

    -Group 11, Grade 17

    -Salary Range: $26,501 - $32,780

    *Creating two 1.0 Family services Specialist positions

    -Group 11, Grade 21

    -Salary Range: $30,479 - $39,605

    *All day treatment and SHIP expenses are 50% reimbursable by the state child care fund

    *Total costs for 1999: $8,000 

    -50% reimbursement-$4,000 

    -absorbed within the current allocation $4,000

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the board meeting
       
    C. Clerk/Register of Deeds
       
      Enhanced Access To Public Records Fee Amendments
       
      *Amending the fees on Attachment A of the Enhanced Access to Public Records policy

    *To allow the public access to the real and personal property database and the actual documents recorded

    *New fees to generate $88,000 to be used on future maintenance cost on the new system

    *On-line access $12,500 per year for dial-in access with unlimited access to recorded documents and printing of documents

    *$3,000 additional hook-up as a one-time fee

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the board meeting
       
    D. Health
       
     
    1. Medical Examiner Program
       
      *Authorizing the signature of the Chair of the Board on contract with HVA to add administrative responsibilities

    *Authorizing the Chair of the Board to sign the subcontracts with Bader Cassin, M.D., University of Michigan Regents & St. Joseph Mercy Hospital

    *For Medical Examiner Program services such as autopsies, autopsy facility use, administrative support, and body storage

    *Eliminating a 1.0 Administrative Coordinator position

    -Grade 25, Group 32

    -Salary Range: $25,054 - $34,288

    *For the period 10/1/99 9/30/00 

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
     
  • Ingham County Contract for Breast & Cervical Cancer Control Program
  •    
      *Authorizing the Chair of the Board to sign an agreement

    *With Ingham County Public Health Department

    *For the period 10/1/99 9/30/00

    *Under the Urban Cooperation Agreement Act

    *To enable Ingham County to provide breast and cervical cancer control program services in Washtenaw County

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
     
  • Dissolution of the Eligibility Assistance Services to Low Income Families Program
  •    
      *Low Income Funding Program grant funding and program operations end September 30, 1999 and eliminating positions resulting from grant funding expiration

    *Program provided Medicaid Eligibility Assistance for Low Income Families meeting Medicaid Eligibility criteria not currently receiving public assistance

    *Eliminating a 1.0 Service Coordinator Position

    -Grade 25, Group 11

    -Salary Range: $35,373 - $46,196

    *Eliminating a 1.0 grant status Family Representative Assistant position

    -Grade 12, Group 12

    - Salary Range: $22,484 - $27,398

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
     
  • 1999-2000 Annual Comprehensive Plan & Budget Contract for Public Health
  •    
      *Authorizing the signature of the Chair of the Board on the plan contract

    *With Michigan Department of Public/Community Health

    *For the period 10/1/99 9/30/00 *In the amount of $5,457,590 *To provide comprehensive public health services, enhancing customer services opportunities in the disease control services and programs and assuring community immunization services

    *Transferring the On-Site Sewage & Drinking Water Supply Programs to the Environment & Infrastructure Services Department to be funded by the Department of Environmental Quality *Eliminating a .60 Public Health Nurse position 

    -Grade 23, Group 18

    -Salary Range: $32,741 - $42,647

    *Creating a 1.0 Public Health Nurse position

    -Grade 23, Group 18

    -Salary Range: $32,741 - $42,647

    *Eliminating a 0.4 Outreach Worker position

    -Grade 11, Group 12

    -Salary Range: $21,782 - $26,501

    *Placing a 1.0 Social Worker position on hold vacant status

    -Grade 21, Group 11

    -Salary Range: $30,479 - $39,605

    *Upon receipt of the award:

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign the notice of grant award

    -Amending the budget

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign delegate contracts

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
    F. Prosecuting Attorney
       
      1999-2000 Annual Cooperative Reimbursement Program
       
      *Authorizing the Administrator to sign the application

    *To the Michigan Family Independence Agency

    *For the period 10/1/99 9/30/00

    *For reimbursement of costs associated with the establishment of orders for paternity and child support 

    *In the amount of $464,480

    -$125,523 in local match

    -$338,957 in state and federal funds

    -$60,753 indirect costs

    *Upon receipt of the award:

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign the notice of grant award

    -Amending the budget

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign delegate contracts

    -Eliminating a 1.0 First Assistant Prosecuting Attorney position

    -Group 22, Grade 31

    -Salary Range: $43,758 - $58,734

    -Creating a 1.0 Senior Assistant Prosecuting Attorney position

    -Group 22, Grade 35

    -Salary Range: $51,344 - $68,582

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
    G. Public Works
       
      Northfield Township Sewer System Improvements Eight Mile Road Pumping Station
       
      *Approving Bond Resolution, Series A

    *Authorizing the sale of bonds not to exceed $1,400,000

    *To finance the First Phase of the Northfield Township Sanitary Sewer System Eight Mile Road Pumping Station

    *Proposed total project cost expected to be $4,900,000

    *All costs associated with administration of the project to be reimbursed from project funds

       
      RECOMMENDATION Approval at the board meeting
       
    H. Sheriff
       
     
    1. Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program
       
      *Ratifying the signature of the Administrator on the application

    *To the Bureau of Justice Assistance

    *For the period ending 12/31/99

    *For 50% reimbursement toward procurement of bulletproof vests

    *For a total program amount of $12,000 

    -Reimbursement $ 6,000

    -match: $ 6,000 (absorbed within existing budget)

    -Indirect Costs: 0 

    *Upon receipt of award:

    -Authorize Administrator to sign Notice of Grant Award

    -Amending the budget

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign delegate contracts

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
     
  • Annual Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Program
  •    
      *Ratifying the signature of the Administrator on the application

    *To the Bureau of Justice Assistance

    *For the period 10/1/99 9/30/00

    *To cover the cost of law enforcement communication equipment for the specialty units response unit, dive team, motor unit, marine division

    *For a program amount of $92,559

    -Federal revenue: $83,303

    -Match: $9,256 (absorbed within existing budget)

    -Indirect Costs: 0

    *Upon receipt of award:

    -Authorize Administrator to sign Notice of Grant Award

    -Amending the budget

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign delegate contracts

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
     
  • Operation Nightcap 2000 Grant Program
  •    
      *Ratifying the signature of Administrator on the application

    *To the Office of Highway Safety

    *For the period 10/1/99 9/30/00

    *To provide collaborative law enforcement efforts in twenty counties with the highest alcohol related vehicle crash rates

    *Alcohol enforcement is the emphasis to target county-wide traffic corridors to ensure traffic safety and prevent the loss of lives

    *To be utilized for police overtime

    *For a program amount of $11,586

    -Match: 0

    -Indirect costs: 0

    *Upon receipt of the award:

    -Authorize Administrator to sign Notice of Grant Award

    -Amending the budget

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign the delegate contracts

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
     
  • Operation Spotlight Youth Alcohol Enforcement Program
  •    
      *Ratifying the Administrators signature on the application

    *To the Office of Highway Safety Planning

    *For the period 10/1/99 9/30/00

    *To provide education and prevention of youth and alcohol consumption

    *To be utilized for police overtime

    *For a program amount of $12,855

    -Match: 0

    -Indirect Costs: 0

    *Upon receipt of the award:

    -Authorize the Administrator to sign the Notice of Grant Award

    -Amending the budget

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign delegate contracts

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
     
  • 2000 Washtenaw Annual Retraining Program (WARP)
  •    
      *Ratifying the Administrators signature on the application

    *To the Michigan Justice Training Commission

    *For the period 1/1/00 12/31/00

    *To provide refresher training to deputies focusing non-lethal force, critical use of force skills, review of policies and procedures and precision driving

    *To provide refresher technical training in criminal law updates, death investigation, interview, cultural diversity, first aid recertification and liability/risk management

    *For a program amount of $37,230

    -Match: 0

    -Indirect Costs: 0

    *Upon receipt of the award:

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign the Notice of Grant Award

    -Amending the budget

    -Authorizing the Administrator to sign delegate contracts

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
     
  • Career Directions Professional Services Contract for Sergeants Promotional Process
  •    
      *Authorizing the Administrator to sign the professional services contract

    *With Career Directions

    *For the period 6/01/99 7/31/99

    *To conduct an assessment center for sixteen candidates participating in the Sergeants Promotional Process

    *For a contract amount of $29,350 (absorbed within existing budget)

       
      RECOMMENDATION: Approval
       
    I. Trial Court-Family Division
       
      Creating & Eliminating Positions for the Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Program
       
      *Eliminating a .70 grant status Community Services/Restitution Worker position

    -Grade 22, Group 14

    -Salary Range: $31,610 $41,106

    *Creating a 1.0 grant status Community Services/Restitution Worker position

    -Grade 22, Group 14

    -Salary Range: $31,610 $41,106

    *Net costs for 1999 $6,605 to be absorbed within existing 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
      September 1, 1999

    Board Room

    County Administration Building

    6:30 p.m.

    Next Agenda Meeting

    August 26, 1999

    Administration Conference Room

    5:00 p.m.

         

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

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