County Board Meeting--February 9, 2016

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** AGENDA **
* * OUTAGAMIE COUNTY BOARD * *

Office of the County Clerk, February 9, 2016.

The Board meets pursuant to adjournment, and is called to order by Chairperson Nagler at 6:30 p.m. in the County Board Room, located at 410 South Walnut Street, Appleton, Wisconsin.

Roll call of the Board of Supervisors. The Board Chairperson requests the Board's confirmation regarding excused members.

The Pledge of Allegiance will be offered by Chairperson Nagler.

Approval of the January 26, 2016 County Board Meeting minutes.

SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS

ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY

COMMUNICATIONS
Filed in the Clerk’s Office
No.    Communication Date          Received From                                Subject
1        January 21, 2016               WI Historical Society                        Appleton Woolen Mills nomination

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FOR A PERIOD OF FIFTEEN MINUTES (PERTINENT TO THE RESOLUTIONS OF THE DAY)

APPOINTMENTS

REPORT BY THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE
County Executive Thomas Nelson will give an Administrative Update.

REPORT AND PRESENTATION OF COUNTY LOBBYIST
County Lobbyist Mark Wadium will speak on subjects of County interest.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 130—2015-16 – Finance Committee. Adopt the Outagamie County Library Service Plan: 2015-2019 to ensure that county residents have access to adequate library services.

Resolution No. 131—2015-16 – Health and Human Services Committee. Request that the Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections create a committee to study the provision of rehabilitation for juveniles adjudicated delinquent, who are in need of restrictive custodial treatment, and to prepare a plan for the development and implementation, similar to the model used in Missouri.

Resolution No. 132—2015-16 – Health and Human Services Committee. Authorize the
Specialized Transportation Committee be merged with the Aging Committee as an advisory subcommittee; the Long Term Support Advisory Committee be dissolved; and that the Aging Committee (Committee on Aging) continue as a free standing committee to address the needs of older adults in the community.

Resolution No. 133—2015-16 – Health and Human Services Committee. Support proposed legislation to create an individual income tax deduction, up to $200,000 of income earned, by a psychiatrist from the practice of psychiatry with the stipulation that the deduction apply only to the treatment of Wisconsin residents and include a comprehensive review of enhancement services by alternative mechanisms

Resolution No. 134—2015-16 – Health and Human Services Committee. Oppose legislation which would give community-based residential facilities the ability to administer psychotropic medications.

Resolution No. 135—2015-16 – Health and Human Services Committee. Oppose proposed legislation which would make changes to the current law governing veterans affairs, changes to powers of officials or employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs, changes to the powers of the Board of Veterans Affairs, and changes regarding the maintenance of veterans homes.

Resolution No. 136—2015-16 – Public Safety Committee. Approve accepting and expending the Pre-Disaster Hazard Mitigation Program Update Grant of $22,500, as noted on the attached fiscal note.

Resolution No. 137—2015-16 – Public Safety Committee. Approve accepting and expending the donated funds for CERT purposes, as noted on the attached fiscal note, and approve of revolving any funds remaining at the end of the year for CERT use in the subsequent year.

Resolution No. 138—2015-16 – Public Safety Committee. Approve various budget adjustments to reflect the Department of Justice 2016 TAD grant budgeted line items, as reflected on the attached fiscal note.

Resolution No. 139—2015-16 – Property, Airport, Recreation and Economic Development Committee; Public Safety Committee; and Health & Human Services Committee. Authorize the Space and Security Needs Project as a public works project including the project scope (remodeling and new construction at the Downtown Campus and the relocation of the Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Division); engaging a construction manager and a project engineer/architect; proceeding with plans, specifications, and bid advertisement; and authorizing the Space and Security Needs Project oversight committee.

REPORTS
Notice of Public Hearing on February 9, 2016, to consider the proposed amendment to the Outagamie County Sanitary Ordinance Section 42-29 - Timothy P. Roach, Zoning Administrator.