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AGENDA
WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE
July 16, 2003

6:30 p.m.
Library Learning Resource Center
4135 Washtenaw

Ann Arbor, Michigan
http://www.ewashtenaw.org

I.

Roll Call

II.

Citizen Participation

  • AFSCME 2733 President Bob Brabbs

  • AFSCME 3052 President Nancy Heine

III.

Commissioner Follow-up to Citizen Participation

IV.

New Business:

A.

Support Services

Support Services Reorganization

  • Creating and eliminating positions for a net reduction of 15 positions

  • Annual savings of $1,401,699

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting

B.

Sheriff

Annual Law Enforcement Training Public Act 302 Funds

  • Ratifying the submission

  • To the Michigan State Police

  • For the period 1/1/03 - 12/31/03

  • For participation in the law enforcement training reimbursement program and continued eligibility to provide individualized training to law enforcement officers

  • Amount received is contingent upon the number of civil infraction tickets written statewide (approximately $30,000)

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting


C.

Public Health

1.

State Incentive Project

  • Ratifying the County Administrators signature on the application

  • To Michigan Department of Community Health, Office of Drug Control Policy

  • For a State Incentive Project Grant

  • For the period (10/1/03-9/30/06)

  • To develop youth-directed anti-drug advertising campaign to change community norms on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use

  • To involve 240 youth (year 1) (total for 3 years: 480) in campaign to develop messages, select venues to distribute messages and receive training in media literacy

  • Schools will receive alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use prevention activities and education packages

  • In partnership with Livingston County

  • Year 1 in the amount of $169,510

-State Revenue: $155,000

-Match Inkind $ 14,510

-Indirect Costs: $8,472

  • Year 2 in the amount of $175,186

-State Revenue: $155,000

-Match Inkind: $ 20,186

-Indirect Costs: $4,633

  • Year 3 in the amount of $181,672

-State Revenue: $155,000

-Match Inkind: $ 26,672

-Indirect Costs: $140

  • 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

-Authorizing the Administrator to sign the subsequent funding plans for Year 2 and Year 3 of the program

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting


C.

Public Health (Contd)

2.

Southeastern Michigan Community Foundation, The Great Outdoors Gateway Kids Program

  • Ratifying the signature of the Administrator on the application

  • To the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan

  • For the period 10/1/03 - 9/30/05

  • To serve up to 220 youth and encourage youth in Ypsilanti's Gateway community to be physically active, develop a healthier lifestyle, and participate in neighborhood learning in the outdoor environment

  • Youth will create "Green Maps" of the neighborhood; expand on current community gardening programs; develop leadership/entrepreneurship by marketing produce at Ypsilanti Farmers Market and teaching peers in the garden

  • Partners include several Ypsilanti nonprofits, Ypsilanti Parks & Recreation, MSU Extension, WC Public Health, and volunteers

  • In the amount of $187,606

-Revenue: $165,506

-Match: $22,100 in-kind from County and City of Ypsilanti Parks & Rec

- Indirect Costs: $10,856

  • 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 at the Board meeting


C.

Public Health (Contd)

3.

2004 March of Dimes Community Grant - Fetal Infant Mortality Review

  • Authorizing the Administrator to sign the application

  • To the March of Dimes

  • For the period 1/1/04 - 12/31/04

  • In the amount of $21,890 (no local match required)

  • To support the continuation of the Fetal Infant Mortality Review Team, which reviews cases of early mortality for risk factors (approximately 2-4 cases per month)

  • To implement the Action Team, which educates the community on ways to reduce identified risks and prevent mortality

  • To reduce overall infant mortality rates and close the gap between white and black infant mortality rates and provide counseling to families suffering a loss

  • Upon receipt of the award:

-Authorizing the Administrator to sign the Notice of Grant Award

-Amending the budget

-Authorizing the Administrator to sign the delegate contracts

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting

D.

Treasurer

Creating a Revenue Generating Property Tax Foreclosure Prevention Specialist I/II Position

  • Creating a 1.0 revenue generating Tax Foreclosure Prevention Specialist I/II position

-Grade 19/21, Group 11

-Salary Range: $31,652 - $44,147

  • Funded entirely by revenues generated by the Foreclosure Process in the P.A. 123 Fund

  • For the purpose of assisting customers in jeopardy of losing their homes due to tax-foreclosure and who need specialized social work services. Such services may include, but are not limited to: home visits, budget assistance, referral to and advocacy with various social work, mental health, or other help agencies.

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting

E.

Washtenaw Community Health Organization

Creating a Management Analyst I/II Position

  • Creating a 1.0 Management Analyst I/II position (leased to the WCHO)

-Grade 27/29, Group 32

-Salary Range: $32,224 $54,493

  • To support the regional affiliation of Washtenaw, Lenawee, Monroe, and Livingston Counties

  • All costs of position to be covered by the WCHO

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting

F.

Employment Training and Community Services

1.

Annual State Foster Grandparent Program

  • Ratifying the County Administrators signature on the application

  • To the Office of Services to the Aging

  • For the period of 10/1/03 9/30/04

  • To provide and support opportunities for sixty-four (64) older adults to work one-on-one with children with special needs

  • For a total program of $19,176, comprised of:

-State Revenue: $11,786

-In-kind: $1,243

-Match: $6,147

  • Upon receipt of the award:

-Authorizing the County Administrator to sign the Notice of Grant Award

-Amending the budget

-Authorizing the County Administrator to sign delegate contracts

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting


F.

Employment Training and Community Services (Contd)

2.

Annual Nutrition Program for the Elderly- Congregate Meals Program & the Home Delivered Meals Program (Senior Nutrition Program)

  • Ratifying the County Administrators signature on the application

  • To the Area on Aging 1-B

  • For the period 10/1/03 9/30/04

  • To provide hot, nutritious, noonday meals, nutrition education and recreational programming for 800 seniors over the age of 60 at eighteen sites.

  • To serve home delivered meals to 675 homebound seniors over the age of 60

  • For a total program of $899,799

-Federal Revenue: $610,721

-Match: $53,158

-In-kind: $43,200

-Anticipated revenue: $85,000

-USDA Reimb $97,720

-Indirect Costs: $0

  • Upon receipt of the award:

-Authorizing the County Administrator to sign the Notice of Grant Award

-Amending the budget

-Authorizing the County Administrator to sign delegate contracts

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting


F.

Employment Training and Community Services (Contd)

3.

Annual Workforce Investment Act Adult, Dislocated Workers and Youth Plan Program

  • Ratifying the Chair of the Boards signature on the application

  • To The Michigan Department of Career Development

  • For the period of 7/1/03 6/30/04

  • To provide funding to support the WIA Adult, Dislocated Worker, and Youth programs

  • Total program amount is $966,924

-Adult $288,507

-Dislocated Worker $406,903

-Youth $271,514

-Match $ 0

-Indirect Costs - $0

  • Upon receipt of the award:

-Authorizing the County Administrator to sign the Notice of Grant Award

-Amending the budget

-Authorizing the County Administrator to sign delegate contracts

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting


G.

Trial Court Community Corrections

Annual 2004 Comprehensive Community Corrections Program

  • Ratifying the submission of the application

  • To the Michigan Department of Corrections/Office of Community Corrections

  • For the period 10/1/03 9/30/04

  • To provide funding for the Community Corrections Program for the purpose of offering diversion and alternative sentencing options to the Washtenaw County Criminal Court

  • For a total program of $1,035,449

-State Revenue: $703192

-Match: $260,900 (Program Revenue)

$ 71,357 (General Fund Support)

  • 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 Jail Monitoring position

  • Grade 25, Group 32

  • Salary Range: $27,931 - $38,225

RECOMMENDATION: Approval at the Board meeting

V.

Report of the 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

August 6 2003

Board Room

220 N. Main Street

Ann Arbor

6:30 p.m.

Next Agenda Meeting
July 30, 2003

Administration Conference Room
220 N. Main Street
5:00 p.m.

For additional information call: (734)222-6731 or email richardt@ewashtenaw.org

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