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The motion was adopted with a Roll Call vote as follows: McGrann reported that the Federal Government s budget expires on September 30, , and until the Federal budget is approved, the U. An update was also provided on transit and transportation appropriations within the House and the Senate, and Mr.

Burmeister noted recent themes of public and private partnerships and streamlining with transportation. Washington County s compliance officer: Washington County would like to apply for 3,, in funding for the Trunk Highway 36 and Manning Avenue interchange project.

The estimated total project cost of the project is 25,, which includes costs related to interchange construction, right-of way and engineering. The project is scheduled to be constructed in This project is included in the Washington County Capital Improvement Plan with federal grants, state aid, state bonds and local contributions as the remaining funding sources.

The Fixing America's Surface Transportation FAST Act created a new funding program that provides money to Minnesota to make improvements to our highway system that benefit freight movement. All public roads, including county and city roads, are eligible for this money.

The Minnesota Highway Freight Program specifically targets transportation improvements that will lead to benefits for freight transportation. A total of Approve re-assignment of the grantor and grantee for Counties Transit Improvement Board Grant Agreements, and authorize their execution pursuant to Minn. Both grants are contingent on Federal approval to enter the project development phase of work. This approval is anticipated in late Per the dissolution of CTIB, effective on September 30, , these grant agreements need to be reassigned.

Adopt a resolution for approval of a Mutual Aid Agreement between St. Croix County, Wisconsin and Washington County to provide emergency law enforcement aid and assistance during natural and man- made disasters.

Croix Sheriff's Office will provide law enforcement aid and assistance to each other during natural and man-made disasters. Neither of the agencies possesses all of the necessary resources to cope with every possible law enforcement emergency or disaster by itself. An effective and efficient response can be better achieved by the application and leveraging of the collective resources of both agencies. Yes Previous agreement approved by County Board on April 26, The Sheriff's Office provides one deputy to the task force.

The DEA will provide transportation, equipment, office space, technical and administrative aid and cover any over-time costs up to 18, This is up from the previous year.

The term of this contract is October 1, to September 30, The Office of Administration and the Human Resources Department is requesting a closed session with the County Board to discuss strategy for negotiations related to health insurance with each of the bargaining units. Yes August 1, closed session with the County Board. Criminal Referrals In the first two quarters of our office has provided approximately 20 different trainings to over Washington County students, seniors, residents, staff and community partners.

Proactive Enforcement Recovery Model Partner: There has been a 46 increase in the total number of Child Protection Cases from to and a 64 increase in the total number of Child Protection cases from to Environmental crime prosecution, hotel safety initiative Accounting and Finance Collection initiative Human Resources.

The County Attorney s Office hosted a visit from over 40 students from area high schools participating in the African American Male Mentorship Program twice as many than last year. The visit to our office was part of an instructional series that exposes African American males in high school to positive leaders in the community who emphasize the need for post- secondary education by introducing students to various employment options and the steps in achieving them.

Statutory changes defined sexually exploited youth as victims focus on protecting them from the juvenile justice system We still serve children on probation who are being sexually exploited Complex cases lower public safety risks but high victim needs Reliance on locked correctional facilities to stop them from running. Facilitated by Robert F. Nine month comprehensive probation review 13 Annual Number of Juvenile Placements.

Alternative to out of home placement for delinquent youth Partnership with District Staff efficiencies In collaboration with the County Attorney s Office, improve and. Applied LEAN process to intake and court procedures Shortened wait time for clients Fewer Probation Officers to cover court hearings Freed up staff to meet ongoing supervision needs Staff spend less time arranging for coverage.

Expand diversion opportunities to lower level drug offenders Improved targeting of services to clients. Creates the opportunity to earn early discharge Addresses the thinking and circumstances that led to criminal behavior Focus on long term behavior change Incentivizes clients to change their offending behavior. Monitor up to five cities and counties and get alerts when they plan to vote on topics you're passionate about. Curriculum Trade Behavior Plant Small business. Don't miss out when important issues are being discussed: Get Alerts On New Meetings.

Assistive listening devices are available for use in the County Board Room If you need assistance due to disability or language barrier, please call No additional detail provided. Pledge of Allegiance 2. Visitors may share their comments or concerns on any issue that is a responsibility or function of Washington County Government, whether or not the issue is listed on this agenda. Persons who wish to address the Board must fill out a comment card before the meeting begins and give it to the County Board secretary or the County Administrator.

The County Board Chair will ask you to come to the podium, state your name and city of residence, and present your comments. Your comments must be addressed exclusively to the Board Chair and the full Board of Commissioners. Comments addressed to individual Board members will not be allowed.

You are encouraged to limit your presentation to no more than five minutes. The Board Chair reserves the right to limit an individual's presentation if it becomes redundant, repetitive, overly argumentative, or if it is not relevant to an issue that is part of Washington County's Responsibilities. This action is not intended to result in substantive board action during this time.

Any action necessary because of discussion will be scheduled for a future board meeting. Gary Kriesel, District 3. Karla Bigham, District 4. Lisa Weik, Chair, District 5 Assistive listening devices are available for use in the County Board Room If you need assistance due to disability or language barrier, please call Accounting and Finance C.

Approval of agreement with the Minnesota Department of Revenue to administrator, collect and enforce the Washington County sales tax, use tax and vehicle excise tax, as authorized under Minnesota Statutes, section A. Approval of grant agreement between the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs. Approval of resolution to apply for the Minnesota Highway Freight Program in the. Approval of the re-assignment of the grantor and grantee for Counties Transit Improvement Board Grant Agreements, and authorize their execution pursuant to Minn.

Sheriff s Office G. Approval of resolution for the mutual agreement between St. Croix County, Wisconsin and Washington County to provide emergency law enforcement aid and assistance during natural and man-made disasters.

Approval of resolution authorizing an agreement between the Washington County. Meeting dates, times and locations may change. Contact the Office of Administration or individual agencies for the most current information. The Washington County Board of Commissioners met in regular session at 9: Board Chair Weik presided.

The Board recited the Pledge of Allegiance. The Board Chair asked for comments from the public; none were heard. Approval to reappoint Lee Ann Cox, as the small business representative on the Workforce Development Board to a second term expiring June 30, Approval to adopt revisions to the following policies: Approval of Resolution No.

WHEREAS, removing the traffic signal and adding the grade separated crossing at the intersection will allow TH 36 through-vehicles to maintain speed, which will improve safety, capacity, reduce travel time and congestion, and provide more efficient access to adjacent businesses and. Approval of Agreement with the City of St. Commissioner Bigham moved to approve the agreement with the City of St. Commissioner Kriesel seconded the motion and it was adopted unanimously.

Molly O Rourke, County Administrator, reported that the budget workshops will begin on August 8, These workshops will follow the board meetings, and will be televised. She also reported that the Washington County Fair will run from Wednesday, August 2, , to Sunday, August 6, , and that a listing of the schedule of events can be found at: Please see archived web streaming of the board meeting for full commissioner reports at www.

The Board returned from Executive Session, the time being The Board meeting adjourned at Lisa Weik, Chair County Board. Kevin Corbid , Deputy Administrator.

Consent No Yes M. The Data Practices Act requires that local governments review and update their data practices policies and procedures annually. Assistant County Attorney Richard Hodsdon, Data Practices Responsible Authority and Compliance Officer for the county, has reviewed the county's current policies and documents and has recommended a number of changes to update and conform our policies with the current terminology found in the data practices law and to reflect legislative changes that were made.

Policy is updated to clarify how data practices requests are handled by the county, when copy fees are charged, and when data is available upon a court order.

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