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Grant County Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting

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Thursday, May 16, 2019, 09:00am
     

The Grant County Board of Commissioners will convene in a Regular Meeting on Thursday, May 16, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. The meeting will take place in the Commission Meeting Room at the Grant County Administration Center located at 1400 Highway 180 East, Silver City, NM 88061. The agenda for this meeting may be altered up to thirty-six (36) hours prior to the meeting; copies can be obtained from the County Manager’s Office or viewed online at www.grantcountynm.com. If you are an individual with a disability in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified sign language interpreter or any other form of auxiliary aide or service to attend or participate in the hearing or meeting, please contact the Grant County Manager at 1400 Highway 180 East, Silver City, New Mexico at least one (1) week prior to the meeting or as soon as possible. The tentative agenda is as follows:
I. Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance & Salute to State Flag
III. Approval of Regular Meeting Agenda
IV. Presentations/Proclamations
a. Corporal Manual Maldonado Commendation
b. Law Enforcement Memorial Presentation
c. Proclamation Declaring May 16, 2019, as “Secondhand Smoke Awareness Day”
d. Proclamation Proclaiming the Week of June 12th - June 15th 2019, as the "First New Mexico Bank Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo Week” - Chairman, John Meyer
V. Elected Officials’ Reports
VI. Public Input
· During this portion of our meeting, we welcome your suggestions and want to hear your concerns. This is not a question and answer period; speakers will be limited to five (5) minutes. Any individual who would like to discuss an item in more depth may request to be placed on a future agenda. Request forms are available in the County Manager’s Office.
VII. Approval of Minutes
e. April 16, 2019, Work Session Meeting Minutes
f. April 18, 2019, Regular Meeting Minutes

 

VIII. Financial Reports
g. Consideration of May 8, 2019, Expenditure Report
IX. New Business
h. Consideration of Notice of Intent for PNM Solar Direct Program
i. Grant County Surveillance Program Update – Joe Uresti
j. Consideration of Delinquent Solid Waste Accounts Subject to Lien – Ted Martinez
k. Consideration of Inventory Deletions/Transfers
l. Appointment of Shooting Range Member
m. Appointment of Complete Count Committee Members
X. Agreements
n. Consideration of Agreement No. A-19-17; Operation Stonegarden (OPSG) 2018 Sub-Grant Agreement
o. Consideration of Agreement No. A-19-18; Master Purchase, License and Services Agreement with Colossus, Inc. (dba Jail Tracker) for Jail Management System Services at the Grant County Detention Center
p. Consideration of Agreement No. A-19-19; Solutions Services Agreement with Encartele, Inc. for Inmate Telecommunications Services at the Grant County Detention Center
q. Consideration of Agreement No. A-19-20; Capital Appropriation Agreement with the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration for the Plan, Design, Construct and Renovation of the Parking Lot of the Grant County Administration Center
r. Consideration of Agreement No. A-19-21; Capital Appropriation from the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration to Purchase and Equip Vehicles for the Sheriff's Department
s. Consideration of Agreement No. A-19-22; Capital Appropriation with the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration to Plan, Design, Construct, Renovate and Repair the Roof of the Grant County Administration Center
t. Consideration of Agreement No. A-19-23; Memorandum of Agreement between the New Mexico Department of Health and Grant County Detention Center Regarding Funding to Facilitate Planning Activities for Naloxone Distribution and Linkage to Care for Persons Recently Discharged from Custody
XI. Resolutions
u. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-30; County Travel Policy and Procedures
v. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-31; A Resolution Authorizing Submission of an Application for Airport Aid to The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Obligation of Sponsor Matching Funds, and Authorization to Accept the Resulting Grant Offers and the Execution of Contract Documents for the Following Project: Apron Reconstruction Design at the Grant County-Silver City Airport
w. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-32; A Resolution Declaring the Eligibility and Intent of the County of Grant to Submit an Application for North Hurley Road to the New Mexico Department of Transportation Call for Projects Letter dated April 30, 2019
x. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-33; A Resolution Declaring the Eligibility and Intent of the County of Grant to Submit an Application for Bandoni Drive to the New Mexico Department of Transportation Call for Projects Letter dated April 30, 2019
y. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-34; Open Meetings Act
XII. Recess as the Grant County Board of Commissioners and Convene as the Grant County Health Care Claims Board
z. Consideration of February 2019, Health Plan Claims in the amount of $74,274.48
aa. Consideration of April 2019, Health Plan Claims in the amount of $31,460.49

XIII. Adjourn as the Grant County Health Care Claims Board and Reconvene as the Grant County Board of Commissioners
XIV. Commissioners Reports
XV. Executive Session
ab. Personnel Matters Regarding County Manager and Staff, Pursuant to NMSA (1978)
10-15-1 H (2)
XVI. Any Action Necessary as a Result of Closed Executive Session
XVII. Adjournment
Chris Ponce, Commission Chairman
By: (s) Bernadette L. Coleman, Executive Assista


Location 1400 Hwy. 180 East
Silver City NM 88061




Contact www.grantcountynm.com

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