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Correspondence 4.1.1 Bonnie Knight submitted an application for
Correspondence
Bonnie Knight submitted an application for the Allyn-Belfair UGA committee.
The Department of Natural Resources sent revenue tables.
The Liquor Control Board submitted special occasion applications from
Summit Pacific Medical Foundation, Roy Pioneer Rodeo Association and
Harstine Island Women's Club.
4.1.1
4.1
4. 1.3
Background: Correspondence received in the Commissioners' office.
Recommended Action: None
Attachments: Originals on file with the Clerk of the Board.
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MASON COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
I AM SEEKI NG APPOI NTMENT TO
Allyn & Belfair Urban Growth Areas GMA Update Committee
NAME: Bonnie Knight Owner
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COMPANY:
POSITION:
In your words, what do you perceive is the role or purpose of the Board , Comm ittee or Council for wh ich you are applying:
The Purpose of the Committee is to review the 2006 Comprehensive plan, specifically the Allyn & Belfair UGA plans
to work toward consistency in growth management rules, regulations and standards governing the two UGAs and
make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners for the 2016 update of the Mason County
Comprehensive plan.
What interests, skills do you wish to offer the Board, Committee, or Council?
I've worked with the implementation of the GMA in Mason County since 1997 and was directly involved in
development of both Comprehensive Plans and establishment of the Allyn UGA & Belfair UGA. I understand the
process & re{!uirements. I worked for, and served on gooernment ad'visory· committees for 25 years. I am fully trained
and have many years of experience with the Open Public Meetings Act & Public Disclosure/Public Records law_~:..________
Please list any financial, professional, or voluntary affiliations which may influence or affect your position on this Board:
(i.e. create a potential conflict of interest)
None
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Your participation is dependent upon attending certain traini ngs made available by the County during regular business hours
(such as Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records). The trainings would be at no cost to you. Would you be
able to attend such trainings? _Y_e_s_ __ __
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cc: CM MRS Neatherlin, Sheldon & Jeffreys
Clerk
Peter Goldmark
Washington State
Commissioner of Public Lands
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MASON COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
The Honorable Randy Neatherlin, Chair
Mason County Board of Commissioners
411 North Fifth Street
Shelton, WA 98584
Dear Commissioner Neatherlin:
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) manages approximately 28,911
acres of State Forest Lands that benefit Mason County. These lands generated $6,491,0000 in the
first two quarters of calendar year 2015 and are projected to generate $8,932,000 for all of
calendar year 2015 from activities expected to occur under current contracts. This represents an
increase of $2,430,000 from the 2015 projection in the April 2015 report.
Net value under contract after calendar year 2015 is estimated at $2,830,000. This income
information does not include anticipated revenues from additional planned activities for which
contracts have not been finalized. Projections of income after July 2, 2013 reflect the
management fee of 25 percent, as adopted by the Board of Natural Resources on that date.
Some counties receive portions of their income from leases and fees; however, the majority of
income reflected in this report is derived from timber sales. As most revenue stems from timber
sales, these projections can fluctuate depending upon when timber harvests actually occur.
Market conditions, contract requirements, and regulatory requirements influence timber
purchasers ' decisions about when to harvest. Harvesting could occur earlier if conditions
warrant. Changes in purchasers' plans for harvest will be reflected in future reports . The next
projection of State Forest Land revenues will be available in October 2015.
I appreciate how necessary revenue is to the success of county functions. DNR consistently
strives to ensure that we realize the maximum available income from the State Forest Lands we
manage on behalf of the counties. Should you have any questions regarding this information,
please contact Art Tasker, South Puget Sound Region Manager, at 360-825- 1631 or at
art.tasker @dnr.wa.gov.
Sincerely,
Commissioner of Public Lands
Enclosures
Department of Natural Resources
1111 Washington ST SE
MS 47001
Olympia, Washington 98504-7001
(360) 902-1000
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COUNTY INCOME REPORT
EXPLANATION OF TABLES
Two categories of lands are managed by the Washington State Department
specifically to benefit counties:
Natural Resources (DNR)
1. State Forest
Lands. Lands acquired by counties through tax foreclosures were transferred to
DNR to manage. Management fee rates are established by the Board of Natural Resources. Currently,
counties receive 75 percent of the revenue from these lands.
State Forest
State-issued bonds were used to acquire certain parcels from private
owners. Typically, these forest lands had been severely logged and were in need of active management.
Allocation of revenue from these lands was determined when purchase was authorized, as follows: 26.5
percent to the county in which the property is located; 50 percent to DNR for management expenses;
and the remaining 23.5 percent to the State General Fund.
Nineteen counties include these types of State Forest Lands within their county boundaries.
Income from management activities on State Forest Lands is designated for allocation to several taxing
in each county. Only a small amount is available to the county for discretionary use.
Revenue from State Forest Lands originates primarily from timber sales. These amounts vary widely as market
conditions fluctuate. Smaller portions of revenue are derived from activities such as communication site leases,
rights-of-way easements for utilities and roads, special forest products, special uses, and interest. Income will
also vary with the number of revenue-generating activities within a given year. Variables responsible for high
revenues in one year can lead to reduced income the following year.
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Table 1 shows the annual revenue for each county from
15 . This table illustrates the variability in total revenues from year to year.
Table 2 shows projected revenue for all 19 counties from all activities on State Forest Lands for the rest
of
15
l
Table 2A shows projected revenue for each timber sale on State Forest Lands in your county anticipated
to occur
5
(enclosed if applicable).
Table 3 shows the volume and net value under contract as of
5 that is not currently
(enclosed if applicable).
scheduled for harvest until after
Projections were developed by DNR region staff by contacting each timber purchaser that has rights to an
upcoming sale. Purchasers were asked how much and when they planned to harvest the timber from each sale.
These projected timber revenues should be considered rough estimates only; actual activity will depend on
individual sale characteristics (species, volume, location, etc.), combined with outside market factors as
determined by each purchaser.
The schedule of future timber sales from State Forest Lands in your county is available upon request from
Department of Natural Resources' region staff.
State Forest
1. Revenue to Counties
.
2006
2007
2008
and Purchase lands (Calendar Years)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Clallam
Clark
Cowlitz
Grays Harbor
4,470,806
4,264,442
2,348,848
700,385
5,903,404
5,614,184
1,599,865
1,078,365
9,323,340
1,088,753
1,299,756
404,882
4,173,346
1,977,893
2,914,752
1,007,779
6,229,596
8,793,446
3,709,692
2,178,958
5,502,033
4,601,597
1,534,691
1,991,750
4,738,336
8,528,782
1,557,816
2,168,671
5,643,329
7, 191,261
1,598,498
1,075,212
8,487,731
6,388,518
1,067,106
875,687
Jefferson
King
Kitsap
Klickitat
1,075,049
425,144
218,756
2,307,063
762,629
3,638,003
400,093
4,157,236
1,409,138
1,836,570
798,357
490,525
669,093
1,053,232
244,491
1,037,450
981,510
2,737,595
495,884
327,073
3,082,453
2,474,997
55,958
209,403
740,481
1,112,153
877,589
559,355
661,568
741,392
743,958
289,623
1,085,477
2,818,269
293,314
215,737
19,053,461
1,432,968
2,238,753
2,251,072
4,421 ,392
2,585,862
2,621,728
1,435,948
4,715,266
2,416,073
963,320
1,509,353
6,738,048
1,500,640
3,428,025
742,913
6,147,429
3,062,868
2,060,204
1,523,600
11,076,482
2,616,802
2,547,153
214,159
3,439,911
2,024,430
441,369
178,426
4,280,541
1,337, 166
3,446,724
121,558
8,677,045
3,067,093
1 ,267,286
222,815
9,021,036
436,890
7,069,004
38,002
10,635,736
540,697
11,391,018
42,239
11,723,743
324,117
6,323,157
40,587
5,704,325
253,914
10, 138,226
79,484
8,746,747
1,215,005
13, 132, 194
47,542
11,679,594
747,982
13,981,341
59,973
9,093,422
926,532
5,682,380
64,654
5,976,604
1,367,876
11,786,058
69,322
7,452,783
2,415,852
9,251,851
70,725
5,344,608
2,146,022
2,648,374
$78,451,080
4,915,648
571,852
2,420,510
$67,490,683
1,777,592
1, 170,658
6,067,453
$53,682,639
2,625,128
1,516,340
3,569,263
$49,374,342
7,964,904
1,820,052
2,405,630
$73,579,929
4,200,388
1,400,872
3,543,071
$71,520,698
1,660,728
1,956,441
4,468,281
$50,219,757
5,017,407
1,742,003
3,763,694
$56,853,794
2,999,025
1,631,697
2,178,129
$60,466,140
Lewis
Mason
Pacific
Pierce
Skagit
Skamania
Snohomish
Stevens
Thurston
Wahkiakum
Whatcom
Totals
,402
35,099,636
Note: Revenue is received daily by the Department of l\Jatural Resources for activities on State Forest lands and deposited daily at the Office of
State Treasurer. Effective February 1998 these monies are remitted to each county via wire transfer a minimum of four times per month.
Due to the specific date monies are received by the Department and the cutoff dates used by the State Treasurer for wire transfers, the
revenue for the current period may be different than actual remittances to date.
7/28/2015
Table 2. Total Projected Revenues to Counties from State Forest
Transfers and Purchase Lands
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(Dollars in Thousands)
July thru December 2015
County
Clallam
Clark
Cowlitz
Grays Harbor
High
Medium
January thru December 2016
High
Medium
$3, 171.9
635 .5
283.8
131 .2
$3, 195.4
635.5
283.8
384.9
$875.5
488.8
377.2
1,89 1.0
$2,529.8
1,658.3
801 .1
2,417.3
Jefferson
King
Kitsap
Klickitat
423.3
12.3
21.4
16.8
423.3
1,759.2
389.4
16.8
1,217.1
87.4
73.1
23.3
1,217.1
698.3
362.3
23.3
Lewis
Mason
Pacific
Pierce
389.4
26.4
176.1
0.0
1,231.0
2,441.9
176.1
0.0
2,723.9
156.7
96.6
1.2
2,723.9
2,829.9
96.6
1.2
Skag it
Skamania
Snohomish
Stevens
603.1
309.6
458.7
57.1
787.3
649.6
2,074.8
60.8
5,665 .6
840.6
809.9
74.3
7,517.2
840.6
3, 143.5
74.3
Thurston
Wahkiakum
Whatcom
371.1
0.1
1,212.0
2,741.0
694.8
1,375.1
2,263.3
0.5
586.0
6,469.2
0.5
1,257.2
$8,299.7
$19,320.5
$18,252.0
$34,661.6
Totals
11
High - 90 percent reliability that timber harvest will occur and stated revenue will be transmitted.
Medium - 50 percent reliability that timber harvest will occur and stated revenue will be
transmitted.
Note: Projected revenues are based on timber purchaser's logging plans as of June 2015.
These plans change with changes in the economy and the business needs of each purchaser.
Department of Natural Resources' region staff should be contacted concerning possible fluctuations
in timber harvest for sales currently under contract and the schedule of future sales on State Forest
Lands in your county.
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Table 2A. Projected Timber Harvest Revenues to Mason County from State Forest Transfer and Purchase Lands by Legal Description
(Thousands of Dollars)
Sale App.
Number
Sale Name
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Expiration
Date
Legal Description
Section
Township
Range
July thru December 2015
High
Medium
January thru December 2016
High
Medium
Value Under
Contract after
Dec-16
89572
Collar
09/30/15
21,29
24N
3W
0.0
594.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
89573
Black Cat
10/31/15
6, 7
1
23N
23N
1W
2W
0.0
485.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
90724
Divided
09/30/16
20
24N
3W
0.0
52.7
0.0
421 .6
0.0
90725
Thin Mints
07/31/16
20, 21 , 28-32
23N
2W
0.0
1,206.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
90730
Jefferson
09/30/16
7, 8, 16-18, 21, 29
24N
3W
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,637.1
0.0
90731
Running Elf
10/31/16
26,27,35
23N
2W
0.0
76.8
0.0
614.4
0.0
Total
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$0.0
$2,415.5
$0.0
$2,673.2
$0.0
High - 90 percent reliability that timber harvest will occur and stated revenue will be tran smitted.
Medium - 50 percent reliability that timber harvest will occur and stated revenue will be transmitted.
Values are cumulative from high to medium probability.
Note: Projected revenues are based on timber purchaser's logging plans as of June 2015. These plans change with changes in the economy and business needs
of each purchaser. Department of Natural Resources regional staff should be contacted concerning possible changes in timber harvest plans and for copies of sale
area maps for specific locations of timber sales within the legal descriptions listed above.
Mason
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7/28/2015
cc: CM MRS Neatherlin, Sheldon & Jeffreys
Clerk
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WASHINGTON STATE LIQOUR AND CANNABIS BOARD - License Services
3000 Pacific Ave SE - P 0 Box 43075
Olympia WA 98504-3075
JULY 30, 2015
TO : MASON COUNTY COMISSIONERS
SPECIAL OCCASION #: 092017
SUMMIT PACIFIC MEDICAL FOUNDATION
600 E MAIN ST
EKNA WA 98541
TIME: 3 PM TO 12 AM(MIDNIGHT)
DATE : SEPTEMBER 19, 2015
PLACE: ALDERBEROOK RESORT AND SPA(ENCLOSED AREA)
- 10 E ALDERBROOK DRIVE,
UNION
CONTACT : NICOLE THOMPSON 360 - 346 - 2287
SPECIAL OCCASION LICENSES
*
Licenses to sell beer on a specified date for consumption at a
specific place.
*
License to sell wine on a specific date for consumption at a
specific p l ace.
*
Beer/Wine/Spirits in unopened bottle or package in limited
quantity for off premise consumption.
*
Sp i rituous liquor by the indivi dual glass for consumption at a
specif i c place.
If return o f th i s notice i s not received in this office within 20 days from the above
date, we will assume you have no objections to the issuance of the l i cense.
If
additiona l t ime is requ i red please advise.
1. Do you approve o f
2. Do you approve of
3. If you disapprove
license, do you want
taken?
OPTIONAL CHECK LIST
LAW ENFORCEMENT
HEALTH & SANITATION
FIRE, BUILDING, ZONING
OTHER:
applicant?
location?
and the Board contemplates issuing a
a hearing before final ac t ion is
EXPLANATION
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
If you have indicated disapproval of the applicant, location or both,
please submit a statement o f all facts upon which such objections are based .
DATE
SIGNATURE OF MAYOR , CITY MANAGE R, COUNTY COMMIONERS OR DESIGNEE
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WASHINGTON STATE LIQUOR AND CANNIBIS BOARD
License Services
3000 Pacific Ave SE - P 0 Box 43075
Olympia WA 98504-3075
TO: PIERCE COUNTY EXECUTIVES
July 30, 2015
SPECIAL OCCASION #: 358587
ROY PIONEER RODEO ASSOCIATION
124 1 ST
ROY WA 98580
DATE: SEPTEMBER 5 & 6, 2015
TIME: 12 PM(NOON) TO 7 PM
PLACE: ROY RODEO GROUNDS(ENCLOSED AREA)
8710 HUGGINS GREG RD, ROY
CONTACT: JAMES ROTONDO 253-843-0346
SPECIAL OCCASION LICENSES
*
Licenses to sell beer on a specifi ed date for consumption at a
specific place.
*
License to sell wine on a specific date for consumpt i on at a
spec ific place.
* ~Beer/Wine/Sp irits in unopened bottle or package in limited
quantity for off premise consumption.
*
Spirituous liquor by the individual glass f or consumption at a
specific place.
If return of this no ti ce is not received in this of fice within 20 days from the above
date, we will assume you have no objections to t he issuance of the li cense.
If
additional time is required please advise.
1. Do you approve of
2. Do you approve of
3. If you disapprove
license , do you want
taken?
OPTIONAL CHECK LIST
LAW ENFORCEMENT
HEALTH & SANITATION
FIRE, BUILDING, ZONING
OTHER:
applicant?
l ocatio n?
and the Board contemplates issuing a
a hear ing before final action is
EXPLANATION
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
If you have indicated d i sapproval of the applicant, location or both,
please submit a statement of all facts upon which such objections are based.
DATE
SIGNATURE OF MAYOR, CITY MANAGER, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OR DESIGNEE
cc: CM MRS Neatherlin, Sheldon & Jeffreys
Clerk
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WASHINGTON STATE LIQOUR AND CANNABIS BOARD - License Services
3000 Pacific Ave SE - P 0 Box 43075
Olympia WA 98504-3075
TO : MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
JULY 30, 2015
SPECIAL OCCASION #: 097450
MASON COUNTY
HARSTINE ISLAND WOMEN'S CLUB
3371 E HARSTINE ISLAND RD N
SHELTON WA 98584
DATE: SEPTEMBER 4,
COMMISSIO~JERS
TIME : 4 PM TO 7 PM
2015
PLACE: HARSTINE ISLAND COMMUNITY HALL - 3371 E HARSTINE ISLAND RD N, SHELTON
CONTACT: KAYCE BENSON 36 0 - 8 6 8 -7214
SPECIAL OCCASION LICENSES
*
Licenses to sell beer on a spec ifi ed date for consumption at a
specific place .
*
License to sell wine on a specific date for consumpt i on at a
specific place .
*
Beer/Wine/Spirits in unopened bottle or package in limited
quantity for off premise consumpt i on.
*
Spirituous liquor by the individual glass for consumption at a
specific place.
If r eturn of this notice i s not received in this office within 20 days from the above
date, we will assume you have no objections to the issuance of the license.
If
additiona l time is required please advise.
1. Do you approve of
2. Do you approve of
3. If you disapprove
l icense, do you want
t ·aken?
applicant?
location?
and the Board contemplates issuing a
a hearing before final action is
OPTIONAL CHECK LIST
LAW ENFORCEMEN T
HEALTH & SANITATION
FIRE, BUILDING, ZONING
OTHER:
EXPLANATION
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
If you have indicated disapproval of t h e applicant, location or both,
please submit a statement of all facts up o n which such objecti o ns are based .
DATE
SIGNATURE OF MAYOR,
CITY MANAGER, COUNTY COMMIONERS OR DESIGNEE
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NEWS RELEASE
August 11, 2015
MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
411 NORTH STH ST
SHELTON, WA 98584
(360) 427-9670 EXT. 419
TO:
KMAS, KRXY, SHEL TON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL, THE OLYMPIAN,
SHEL TON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, NORTH MASON CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE, CITY OF SHEL TON, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, THE
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RE:
Mason County Joint Citizen Advisory Committee of the Allyn and Belfair Urban
Growth Areas for the 2016 Growth Management Act Update
On June 9, 2015 the Mason County Board of County Commissioners approved a
Resolution establishing a Joint Citizen Advisory Committee of the Allyn and Belfair
Urban Growth Areas for the 2016 Growth Management Act Update. This committee
will provide recomm endations to the Board of County Commissioners and other
Commissioner appointed groups to create consistency for more viable urban growth
areas.
The Com mitt ee w ill co nsist of no less than 7 and no more t han 11 m embers
representing by the Allyn and Be lfai r UGAs. Specific meeting dates and tim es will be
determined by the Com m ittee, and they shall se rve until May 31, 2016. A ll residents of
Mason County with an interest in provid ing guidance and assistance are strongly
encouraged to apply for a position on this Comm ittee. If you have already subm itted
an application, you do not need to reapply. All applications received wi ll be cons idered .
For an appl ication, please contact the Mason County Commiss ioners office at 427-9670,
ext. 419 or visit our website at www.co.mason.wa .us. Completed applications must be
submitted to the Commissione rs' office by August 28, 2015.
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Randy Neatherlin
Chair
Tim Sheldon
Commissioner
Terri Jeffreys
Commissioner
~~·
- July 2 emergency meeting minutes, June
and August 4 regular meeting minutes.
to
minutes, June 23, July
minutes.
Attachment(s):
Minutes
July 14, July 28 and
July
July
July
July
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
Emergency Meeting
Thursday, July 2, 201 5
411 North 5 th Street, Shelton, WA
Fire Chief Bob Burbridge and Mil<e Evans, MACECOM, requested the County Commissioners adopt a Declaration
of Emergency due to extreme fire danger. Staff attempted to contact Co1mnissioners Neatherlin, Jeffreys and
Sheldon.
Pursuant to RCW 42.30 .070, Times and Places for Meetings of the OPMA, "requirements of this chapter shall be
suspended during such emergency".
At 11: 10 a.m. Diane Zaren made contact with Cmmr. Tim Sheldon, via telephone, and Cmmr. Terri Jeffreys was
present in the Commissioners ' office, 411 North 5th Street, Shelton, WA and an emergency meeting was held .
C01mnissioners Sheldon and Jeffreys agreed to adopt a Declaration of Emergency, Resolution No . 31-15.
The meeting adjourned at 11 :12 a.m.
At 12: 10 p.m. Cmmr. Randy Neatherlin came into the office and also signed the document.
Frank Pinter and Brian Matthews provided notification to Chief Burbridge.
Respectfully Submitted,
Diane Zoren, Administrative Services Manager
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
Randy Neatherlin, Chair
ATTEST:
Tim Sheldon, Co1mnissioner
Clerk of the Board
TeITi Jeffreys, Commissioner
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
June
2015
1.
Call to Order -The Chairperson called the regular meeting to order at 6:10 p.m.
2.
Pledge of Allegiance - Marilyn Vogler led the flag salute.
3.
Roll Call - Present: Commissioner District 1 - Randy Neatherlin; Commissioner District 2 - Tim
Sheldon via telephone; Commissioner District 3 - Terri Jeffreys.
4.
5.
Correspondence and Organizational Business
4.1 Correspondence
4.1.1 The Liquor Control Board sent marijuana license applications for Proprietary Plant Varieties, Inc.
and South Colby Investors, a special occasion license application for Allyn Community
Association and a list of businesses with liquor licenses due to expire in 90 days.
4.1.2 Cheryl Williams submitted an application for the Solid Waste Advisory Committee.
4.1.3 Kelly Mcintosh and Jeff Carey submitted applications for the joint UGA Advisory Committee.
Open Forum for Citizen Input - There was no citizen input.
5.1 Scott Wilson from Wilson Recycling said they wish to continue doing business but are being
closed due to zoning. He asks the Board to do what they can to help them stay open.
Cmmr. Neatherlin made it clear that they can still re-cycle.
Mr. Wilson said yes, they can re-cycle but they need garbage to stay viable.
Cmmr. Jeffreys would like them to stay open too but zoning is not available as zoning does take
time. It can be achieved but not by June 30, 2015.
Cmmr. Neatherlin wants to clarify that Wilson Recycling has not been shut down by the County and
they can still re-cycle.
Mr. Wilson said the State has suspended his permit until he gets the zoning fixed.
Cmmr. Neatherlin said he wants to make it very clear that the County did not shut them down
because the citizens out there think that the County has shut them down. Cmmr. Neatherlin read a
memo from Community Development Director, Barbara Adkins, stating that Mr. Wilson is allowed to
operate a re-cycling facility. He wants to be very clear to the public. He stated that the
Department of Community Development has not closed anything down which is what the public is
being led to believe.
Larry King said the County, City and Department of Ecology need to work together to allow Wilson
Re-cycling to continue operating. He said he would like the County to take the lead in trying to get
this taken care of. He added that this business is an asset to the Community.
Cmmr. Neatherlin said they are taking the lead and he just had a call with Public Health but again
reiterated that County did not shut down Wilson Recycling.
Steve Bloomfield said Mr. Wilson is providing a service to the County. Mr. Bloomfield told Mr.
Wilson that he may be able to employ some of his employees if it comes down to it. He also spoke
the lands that Seattle
leased from the
He said
are
on
it and are
for
the end of the year.
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Laurel Nelson King said Wilson Re-cycling is
a necessary business in the County and now
people will lose their jobs. She believes the City, County and the state Department of Ecology
should be helping Wilson Re-cycling.
Marilyn Vogler said she appreciates the re-cycling offered by Mr. Wilson. She said she hopes that
all the agencies involved can work things out
Cmmr. Neatherlin reiterated that they are not preventing Mr. Wilson from re-cycling and stated that
he is free to continue re-cycling at his facility.
Karen Sandberg spoke on behalf of Scott Wilson and asked the Commissioners to take leadership
on this. He is providing a service for everyone in the County.
Cmmr. Neatherlin said they also need to be respectful to the residential areas. He also reminded
Ms. Sandberg that the County did not shut them down.
Cmmr. Sheldon stated that solid waste is highly regulated and re-cycling is in a different category
but they are doing what they can.
6.
Adoption of Agenda - Cmmr. Sheldon/Jeffreys moved and seconded to
published. Motion carried unanimously.
S-aye; J-aye.
7. Approval of Minutes - Approval of the June 1 briefing minutes and June 9 and 16 regular meeting
minutes.
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to approve the June 1 briefing minutes
and June 9 and 16 regular meeting minutes. Motion carried 1.manimously. N-aye; S-aye;
J-aye.
8.
Approval of Action Agenda:
8.1 Approval of the Veterans Assistance Fund application for Utilities $552.74 as recommended by
the Veterans Service Office.
8.2 Approval for the Board to authorize the Deputy Director/County Engineer to execute
supplemental agreement No. 5 to local agency standard consultant agreement with KPFF
consulting engineers for CRP 1829, Skokomish Valley Road, Hunter Creek Bridge project. This
supplement would add an additional $55,893.91, a reduction of $17,253.00, with a new
maximum payable amount of $290,583.61.
8.3 Approval of the January 2016 through December 2018 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CSA)
with the Mason County Sheriff's Office Employees Guild. This agreement is presented to the
Board as advancing Mason County Public Safety while still representing exceptional stewardship
of public funds.
8.4 Approval of the resolution to set a budget hearing on July 7, 2015 to consider the following
budget transfers to the 2015 budget:
(a) $1,200,000 budget transfer from Current Expense Fund Ending fund balance/non
departmental to fund #413-000000-100-000 Belfair Wastewater & Water Reclamation Project
Fund.
(b) $1JOO from Current Expense fund Ending fund balance/non departmental to #001000000-010-000-553-60-545-951 WSU Extension Office for ER&R.
( c) $35,000 from Mental Health #164-000000-000 to #001-000000-170-220-523-31-510-054
for the Volunteer
in Probation Services.
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Cmmr. l.i:>fl'r"'"'c
8.3 with the removal of
to approve action items 8.1
vote. Motion carried
Item 8.4 Approval of the resolution to set a budget hearing on July 7, 2015 to consider the
following budget transfers to the 2015 budget:
(a) $1,200,000 budget transfer from Current Expense Fund Ending fund balance/non
departmental to fund #413-000000-100-000 Belfair Wastewater & Water Reclamation
Project Fund.
Cmmr. Sheldon
to approve
transfer from Current
Expense Fund
fund balam:e/non departmental to fund #413-000000-100000 Belfair Wastewater & Water Reclamation Project Fund as an interdepartmental loan.
Motion died due to lack of a second.
Cmmr.
moved and seconded to approve action item 8.4
$1,200,000 budget transfer from Current
Fund
fund
departmental to fund #413-000000-100-000 Belfair Wastewater & Water
Project Fund. Motion carried. N-aye; S-nay; J-aye. Resolution 29-15 (Exhibit A)
Cmmr. Sheldon said that doesn't want this debt to be spread around the entire County. He would
rather have an inter-departmental loan.
Cmmr. Jeffreys said she did not second the motion.
Cmmr. Neatherlin reminded Cmmr. Sheldon that this is only setting up the budget hearing and added
that here has already been a lot of work on this.
Cmmr. Sheldon said he prefers an inter-departmental loan.
9.
6:30 p.m. Public Hearings and Items Set for a Certain Time 9.1 Public Hearing to consider the sale of real property located at 92 W. Blakely Drive, Elma, WA
parcel 51908-50-00100, Star Lake. Staff: Frank Pinter
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to approve sale of real property
located at 92 W. Blakely Drive, Elma, WA parcel 51908-50-00100, Star lake.
N-aye; S-aye; J-aye. Motion carried. Resolution 30-15 (Exhibit A)
Cmmr. Neatherlin read the Resolution.
10. Other Business (Department Heads and Elected Officials) 10.1 Vicki Kirkpatrick thanked DEM (Department of Emergency Management) for the earthquake
exercise. She said it's important for the preparedness of the County.
10.2 Cmmr. Sheldon said that he thinks the burn ban should include floating lanterns as they are
and create a fire hazard.
would take one year to come into effect.
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2015 - PAGE 4
11. Board's Reports and Calendar - The Commissioners reported on meetings attended the past week
and announced their upcoming weekly meetings.
12. Adjournment - The meeting adjourned at 7:03 p.m.
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MASON
WASHINGTON
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2015 - PAGE 5
Randy Neatherlin, Chair
ATTEST:
Tim Sheldon, Commissioner
Clerk of the Board
Terri Jeffreys, Commissioner
2015
1. Call to Order -The Chairperson called the regular meeting to order at 9:01 a.m.
2.
Pledge of Allegiance - Robert Neatherlin led the flag salute.
3.
Roll Call - Present: Commissioner District 1 - Randy Neatherlin; Commissioner District 2 - Tim
Sheldon; Commissioner District 3 - Terri Jeffreys.
4.
Correspondence and Organizational Business
4.1 Correspondence
4.1.1 Monica Harle sent a letter regarding fireworks regulations.
4.1.2 The Economic Development Council sent recommendations for the Comprehensive Plan
update.
4.1.3 Ken Vanbuskirk submitted an application for the Joint UGA citizen advisory committee.
4.1.4 Liquor Control Board sent a marijuana license application for No Bad Days Ranch and a
list of businesses with marijuana licenses due to expire in 90 days.
4.2 Introduction of Facilities, Parks and Trails Manager. Frank Pinter introduced news Parks &
Trails Manager, Jeff Vrabel.
4.3 News Release: Public Works payment transactions. Staff: Erika Schwender.
4.4 Announcement: Contract award for County Road Project 1975-Evers Bridge
Rehabilitation/Preservation. Staff: Sarah Grice
5.
Open Forum for Citizen Input Judge Toni Sheldon announced that there will be $154,000.00 coming to the County for the special
circumstance murder fund. They received the full amount they asked for. She thanked everyone
involved in participating in making this happen. State vs Longshore was the only aggravated murder
case in years and it really stressed the County financially.
6.
Adoption of Agenda - Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to
the agenda as
published. Motion carried unanimously. N-aye; s-aye; J-aye.
7.
Approval of Minutes -
Cmmr. Sheldon/Jeffreys moved and seconded to approve the Motion carried
unanimously. N-aye; S-aye; J-aye.
8.
Approval of Action Agenda:
8.1 Approval to appoint Gary Gordon to the Housing Authority to fill a term which will expire on
March 30, 2020.
8.2 Approval to add the Sargent Oyster House to the Mason County Historic Register. This
structure meets the listing criteria for the Mason County Historic Registry.
8.3 Approval of the resolution providing for the issuance and sale of the Belfair Wastewater and
Water Reclamation Revenue Bond not to exceed $1,200,000.00. Resolution 32-15
8.4 Approval for the Board to sign the letter of support to the Washington State Parks and
Recreation Commission for the sale of State Parks property on Squaxin Island to the Squaxin
Island Tribe.
8.5 Approval of the resolution for the distribution of the Public Utility District Excise Tax, per RCW
54.28.090. The Mason County Current Expense Fund will receive $596,858.94 and the
of
Shelton will receive
33-15
8.6
of Warrants:
Fund Warrant #s 8025071-80251
Fund Warrant#s 8025315-8025558
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Direct Deposit Fund Warrant#s 22865-23244
$574,316.22
Salary Clearing Fund Warrant#s 7001092-7001131 $850,664.97
For a total of: $2,915,549.14
Claims Clearing YTD Total
$16,194,223.55
$ 7,096,886.80
Direct Deposit YTD Total
Salary Clearing YTD Total
$ 7,509,160.28
8.7 Approval to set a public hearing for August 1, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. to consider a Franchise
Agreement with Shorebrook Community Club.
8.8 Approval to authorize Public Works Director to negotiate and sign a contract with Mason County
Garbage Company, Inc. for recycling services.
8.9 Approval of the interagency agreement between Washington State Department of Ecology and
Mason County Public Health to provide delegation and funds to Mason County Public Health.
This is an ongoing agreement and has been budgeted for the 2015 fiscal year.
8.10 Approval of the State of Washington Health Care Authority (HCA) amendment #1 to contract
K767 ABC.D Local Business Activities. This contract provides funding to perform functions in
the "Access to Baby and Child Dentistry" (ABCD) program. This ongoing contract has been
budgeted for 2015 and there are no matching funds required.
8.11 Approval of the Veterans Assistance Fund applications for: Food $650.00; Utilities $1,796.71;
and Housing $800.00 for a total of $3,246.71 as recommended by the Veterans Service Office.
8.12 Approval for the Chair to sign the Settlement Agreement between the Port of Shelton, Mason
County and John Bolender regarding the operation of a floating upwelling nursery system
(FLUPSY) at the Oakland Bay Marina.
Cmmr. Sheldon asked for item 8.3 to be removed for a separate vote.
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to approve the item 8.1
8.12
with the removal of item 8.3 and 8.7 which was removed previously. Motion carried
unanimously. N-aye; S-aye; J-aye.
Cmmr. Sheldon commented on Item 8.6. He said it costs a lot of money to run the County.
Cmmr. Jeffreys thanked everyone who worked on Item 8.12.
8.3 Approval of the resolution providing for the issuance and sale of the Belfair Wastewater and
Water Reclamation Revenue Bond not to exceed $1,200,000.00.
Frank Pinter explained this is a revenue bond. The investments of the County are purchasing
the bonds.
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded the resolution
issuance and sale of the Belfair Wastewater and Water
not to
$1,200,000.00. Motion r::o•rl"i.:•11'1
Cmmr. Jeffreys and Sheldon thanked Cmmr. Neatherlin for his hard work on this. They said
Chair Neatherlin has done a great job and thanked him for his leadership.
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2015 PAGE 3
9.
PROCEEDINGS
9:30 a.m. Public Hearings and Items Set for a Certain Time 9.1 Public Hearing Staff: Frank Pinter
Public Hearing to consider the following budget transfers to the 2015 budget:
(a) Current Expense - $1,200,000 to Fund #413-000000-100-000 Belfair Wastewater
& Water Reclamation Project Fund
(b) Current Expense - $1,700 to WSU Extension Office
(c) Mental Health - $35,000 to Probation Services
the to approve the
·---·~·--to
transfers
Fund #413-000000-100-000
u ..,.,,.,,..~r Fund
Ka:>11r::ur
transfers
Current
to Fund #413-000000-100-000
Wastewater &. Water Reclamation
Current Expense to WSU
Mental Health to Probation Services
carried unanimously.
Order
10. Other Business (Department Heads and Elected Officials) 10.1 Brian Matthews thanked everyone who helped with the pay by debit/credit system. The effort
was led by Jennifer Beierle. He would also like to thank Lisa Frazier and the Treasurers'
office, Erika Schwender and the Board of County Commissioners.
10.2 Justin Smith spoke about the WSU Master Gardner's Walk that will take place this weekend at
Lake Limerick and said tickets are $12.00.
11. Board's Reports and Calendar - The Commissioners reported on meetings attended the past week
and announced their upcoming weekly meetings.
12. Adjournment - The meeting adjourned at 9:55 a.m.
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2015 PAGE 4
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
Randy Neatherlin, Chair
ATTEST:
Tim Sheldon, Commissioner
Clerk of the Board
Terri Jeffreys, Commissioner
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
2015
1.
Call to Order - The Chairperson called the regular
2.
Pledge of Allegiance - Mr. Ross McDowell led the flag salute.
3.
Roll Call - Present: Commissioner District 1 - Randy Neatherlin; Commissioner District 2 - Tim
Sheldon was absent; Commissioner District 3 - Terri Jeffreys.
4.
to order at 9:04 a.m.
Correspondence and Organizational Business
4.1 Correspondence
4.1.1 The U.S. Department of the Interior sent a letter regarding PILT payments.
4.1.2 ORCAA sent notification of contribution for calendar year 2016.
4.1.3 Department of Health sent an administrative order reclassifying 31 acres of Pickering Passage
commercial shellfish growing area.
4.1.4 Adrienne Amar applied for the Solid Waste Advisory Committee.
4.1.5 Jack Johnson and Judy Scott applied for the Joint UGA Citizen Advisory
Committee.
4.1.6 Liquor Control Board sent a special occasion application for Hood Canal Celtic Festival
Committee.
4.2 Chair Neatherlin read the News Release regarding Board of Equalization membership.
4.3 Cmmr. Jeffreys read the News Release regarding Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging
Advisory Council.
5.
Open Forum for Citizen Input 5.1 Steve Bloomfield spoke about the leased tidelands. He said some is not suitable for geoduck
but may have other uses so there may need to be changes in the lease agreement.
6.
Adoption of Agenda - Cmmr. Jeffreys/Neatherlin moved and seconded to adopt the agenda
as published. Motion carried unanimously. N-aye; S-absent; J-aye.
7.
Approval of Minutes - There were no minutes for approval.
8.
Approval of Action Agenda:
8.1 Approval of the consolidated contract C17118 amendment #3 adding statements of work to the
Tuberculosis program and Pollution Identification & Correction program for an increase of
$45,029.
8.2 Approval of the Early Intervention Program Agreement #1563-42463. This contract is a
continuation and the revenue and work load from this contract were budgeted in the 2015
budget. There are no matching funds required.
8.3 Approval of the Veterans Assistance fund application for Housing $1,400.00, as recommended by
the Veterans Service Office.
8.4 Approval to accept the recommendation of the Hearing Examiner and grant the vacation #391 of
the right of way as petitioned, subject to the conditions contained in the findings, conclusions
and recommendations of the hearing examiner.
8.5 Approval to schedule a public hearing for July 28, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. to consider adoption of
revised Mason County Title 14, Building and Construction, Chapter 14.08 Building Code
Amendments, amending Section 14.08.030 "permits Required" and adding new section 14.08.031
"Work Exempt From Permits
8.6 Approval of Warrants:
Claims Clearing Fund
Warrant #s 8025726-8025983 $744,711.71
Direct Deposit fund
Warrant #s 23245-23627
$618,463.76
Fund
Warrant #s 7001132-7001160
For a total of:
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Claims Clearing YTD Total
$16,938,935.26
Direct Deposit YTD Total
$ 7,715,350.56
Salary Clearing YTD Total
$ 7,929,203.67
8.7 Approval to appoint Deborah Reis to fill a position on the Mason County Board of Equalization for
a 3 year term ending on May 31, 2018.
8.8 Approval of the resolution to rescind the local emergency declaration Resolution 31-15.
Resolution 34-15
Cmmr. 1on·""''"'e::. "'""""'r"""
8.8. Motion carried.
9.
9:30 a.m. Public Hearings and Items Set for a Certain Time 9.1 Public Hearing to consider recommended change to speed limit regulations on Sand Hill Road.
Melissa McFadden explained this issue. This is to consider setting the speed limit 20mph during
daylight hours.
Cmmr.
the
limit
Ordinance 35-15
moved and seconded to approve
on Sand Hill
Motion carried.
9.2 Public Hearing to consider private line occupancy permit for Francis Milette. Staff: Loretta
Swanson
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Neatherlin moved and seconded to approve the private line occupancy
permit for Francis Milette. Motion carried. N-aye; S-absent;
10. Other Business (Department Heads and Elected Officials) -There was no other business.
11. Board's Reports and Calendar - The Commissioners reported on meetings attended the past week
and announced their upcoming weekly meetings.
12. Adjournment - The meeting adjourned at 9:38 a.m.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
2015 - PAGE 3
MASON
WASHINGTON
Terri Jeffreys, Chair
ATTEST:
Tim Sheldon, Commissioner
Clerk of the Board
Randy Neatherlin, Commissioner
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
2015
1.
Call to Order - The Chairperson called the regular meeting to order at 9:07 a.m.
2.
Pledge of Allegiance - Mr. Brian Matthews led the flag salute.
3.
Roll Call - Present: Commissioner District 1 - Randy Neatherlin; Commissioner District 2 - Tim
Sheldon; Commissioner District 3 - Terri Jeffreys.
4.
Correspondence and Organizational Business
4.1 Correspondence
4.1.1 The Liquor Control Board submitted a special occasion application from Colony Surf, a liquor
license application from Belfair Variety and Nursery and a marijuana license application from
Tokeland Hemp Products.
4.1.2 Martin Ellis Jr. and Patrick Loudin submitted applications for the Allyn-Belfair UGA Advisory
Board.
4.1.3 Rahn Redman submitted a copy of his letter to DCD regarding permits.
5.
Open Forum for Citizen
5.1 John Bolender spoke about the settlement agreement. He was assured there were no
regulatory barriers.
6.
Adoption of Agenda - Cmmr.
moved and .., ...,~......... .,..ri to adopt the
published. Motion carried unanimously. N-aye; S-aye; J-aye.
7.
Approval of Minutes - June 15 and 22, 2015 briefing minutes.
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to approve the June 15 and 22, 2015
briefing minutes. Motion carried unanimously. N-aye; S-aye; J-aye.
8.
Approval of Action Agenda:
8.1 Approval to send a letter to the Department of the Navy to formally request approval to complete
the paperwork necessary to finalize and document an easement for the Mason Benson railroad
crossing.
8.2 Approval of the resolution for the Clifton Lane road closure on August 8, 2015 from mile post
0.00 to milepost 0.200 from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. for the annual "Taste of Hood Canal".
8.3 Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Mason County and ASFSCME,
Local 1504 to make adjustments to the 2014-2016 Collective Bargaining Agreement to achieve a
re-organization with the Treasurer's Office. There will be no impact to the 2015 budget.
8.4 Approval of Amendment 2 of the personnel service contract between Mason County Health
Services and Edward L. Mund allowing the renewal of Mr. Mund's contract with the County for
another year for Public Health Response Planning and Training and to increase the compensation
agreement amount by $10,000. These services will be paid in full by a public health emergency
preparedness grant.
8.5 Approval of the Veterans Assistance Fund applications for: Utilities $130.82 and Housing
$645.00, for a total of $775.82 as recommended by the Veterans Service Office.
8.6 Approval for special pay to the Chief Finance Manager in the amount of $520 per month from
July 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015. The total amount of special pay is $3,120. This will
be absorbed within the Auditor's 2015 budget.
as
County Auditor, Karen Herr explained item 8.6. She said there will be no tax payer money spent on
this and
want to make
and fair.
Cmmr. Neatherlin said in the
news hires will receive notification
PEBB.
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items 8.1
9.
8.6.
9:30 a.m. Public Hearings and Items Set for a Certain Time - There were no public hearings.
10. Other Business (Department Heads and Elected Officials) Assessor, Melody Peterson read a news release to increase the limit for senior citizen tax exemptions.
Cmmr. Sheldon mentioned that this has not been changed in quite a few years.
11. Board's Reports and Calendar - The Commissioners reported on meetings attended the past week
and announced their upcoming weekly meetings.
12. Adjournment - The meeting adjourned at 9:40 a.m.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
Randy Neatherlin, Chair
ATTEST:
Tim Sheldon, Commissioner
Clerk of the Board
Terri
Commissioner
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BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
2015
called the regular meeting to order at a.m.
1.
Call to Order - The
2.
Pledge of Allegiance - Erika Schwender led the flag salute.
3.
Roll Call - Present: Commissioner District 1 - Randy Neatherlin; Commissioner District 2 - Tim
Sheldon; Commissioner District 3 - Terri Jeffreys.
4.
5.
Correspondence and Organizational Business
4.1 Correspondence
4.1.1
David Carnahan, Sue Chemidlin, Ernest & Shirley McGibbon, Joe Casalini and Diane Hartley
submitted letters of concern regarding the closure of Wilson Recycling.
4.1.2 Gene Currier submitted an application for the Board of Equalization.
4.1.3 Attorney Alan Wallace sent a letter to reiterate the reason that Wilson Recycling is closing.
4.1.4 The Department of Agriculture & the Conservation Commission sent a letters of support
regarding amendments to Title 14.
4.2 Melissa McFadden announced that the County Road Project 1996-Shelton Matlock Road
improvement project was awarded to Lakeside Industries with their bid of $1,015,685.74
Open Forum for Citizen Input 5.1 Dave Bickell spoke about the crime problems plaguing the County. He told the Board that on
Johns Prairie Road, he can think of 13-14 burglaries and more attempted burglaries. He said many
people have burglarized twice or more. Mr. Bickell stated this is a problem! He said it is known
who is committing some of the crimes and still nothing is done. Many people are tired of this same
drug and crime problems in Mason County. Mr. Bickell stated "Lets get some of the crime and
drugs off our streets".
5.2 Steve Bloomfield reiterated he same thing Dave Bickell mentioned.
5.3 Cmmr. Sheldon said that crime is a big problem. He read crime report per 1000 residents from
2011. Out of Skagit, Grays Harbor, Clallam, Cowlitz, Lewis and Jefferson Counties, Mason County
has a higher crime rate than any of them.
Mr. Bickell said his business has been burglarized seven times in one year.
Cmmr. Neatherlin said the Sheriffs budget has been increased although the crime is still high. He
said we have to find a way to change this.
Cmmr. Jeffreys said that one issue is that there is no jail space. The County will need to spend
for outsourcing in order to make sure all offenders can be placed in jail on warrants and
money
also serve their sentences.
Mr. Bickell said that we have a lot of drug crimes and criminal because Mason County makes it easy
for them to be here while other counties do not. He suggests trying to make it harder.
6.
Adoption of Agenda - Cmmr.
the
1...tfr"''"c
Motion carried
7.
and
minutes.
as
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8.
Approval of Action Agenda:
8.1 Approval of the Veterans Assistance Fund applications for: Necessity Items $150.00; Utilities
$688.99 and Housing $350.00 for a total of $1,188.99 as recommended by the Veterans Service
Office.
8.2 Approval of the Reimbursable Agreement for Mason County Public Works Department to provide
maintenance, engineering and traffic count service, emergency assistance and fabrication of
signs and materials requested by Tacoma Power.
8.3 Approval to authorize Public Works to use the Mason County MRSC Consultant Roster to select
and enter into contract with a consultant to assist with survey services required for county road
project and other public works activities.
8.4 Approval of Warrants
Warrant #s 8026403-8026947 $ 1,110,813.65
Claims Clearing Fund
Warrant #s 23628-24012
$
577,459.92
Direct Deposit Fund
837,046.75
Salary Clearing Fund
Warrant #s 7001161-7001203 $
Total
$ 2,525,320.32
$ 18,049,748.91
Claims Clearing YTD Total
$
8,292,810.48
Direct Deposit YTD Total
Salary Clearing YTD Total
$
8,766,250.42
8.5 Approval to set a public hearing on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. to consider the sale of
real property located at 2291 E Crestview Dr, Shelton, WA, parcel #32021-54-02001, in
Shorecrest.
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to approve the action agenda items 8.1
through 8.5. Motion carried unanimously. N-aye; S-aye; J-aye.
9.
9:30 a.m. Public Hearings and Items Set for a Certain Time 9.1 Public comment as to whether Mason County should consider amending the land use zoning to
expand where solid waste and/or recycling facilities could be located.
Cmmr. Neatherlin stated that Mason County never closed Wilson Recycling. The Board of
Commissioners cannot skirt that law and allow Wilson to take garbage.
Cmmr. Jeffreys stated there has to be public process in changing a zone. The truth is that some
people in the neighborhood expressed that they do not want a garbage facility in their neighborhood.
Cmmr. Sheldon said there are regulatory rules and state regulations for operating landfills.
Cmmr. Neatherlin asked everyone to keep in mind that these areas are neighborhoods and having
odors or rats and other things that go along with garbage in a neighborhood is not a great idea for
some.
Terri
spoke about CARAS (critical aquifer recharging areas) and a study they did about
certain businesses being allowed on CARAS. She said this whole process has been a train wreck.
She gave the background on the land where Wilson Re-cycling was located. Ms. Thompson stated
the she grew up in that area and there are wetlands and CARAS in the area. She stated that Mr.
Wilson used the SEPA checklist that was intended for a storage facility for a re-cycling area. There
was no
of use
Ms.
added that the auto
and some of the other
of a CARA. She said there is
a rodent and
activities
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
2015 - PAGE 3
insect problem and bacteria that needs to be cleaned up as soon as possible. She said
broken and the citizens are the ones who pay the price.
process is
Bruce Haskel said they do not utilize the County recycling because they do not want to pay for it
and would like to make a little money by recycling as well. He said if there isn't affordable recycling
then people end up dumping in inappropriate areas. He is in favor of having a zoning change.
Steve Bloomfield said at one point there was a UGA zoning committee. This was being done under
grants. It was not vetted out to come to a conclusion. He would like the opportunity to try it again.
He said he would like to find a suitable space for something like this.
nu''"'"""" Kraft brought in his petition from people who live in Hickem Lane and who against the
Recycling in his area. Mr. Kraft told the Board his well is only 30 feet deep. He stated that since the
recycle center has been shut down, he has caught 7 rats and is concerned about the effects on the
water. He said there were also noise problem with crushing cars.
Rob Drackman has the recycling system coming to their home although they don't take glass so it
is inadequate therefore they had to go to Wilson to get rid of glass. He said the County system is
fine although it needs some tweaking.
Cmmr. Sheldon said at one point they were spending a lot of money on the drop boxes for some of
the re-cycling. He stated that due to the growing crime problems in the County, some of the money
needs to be re-directed.
Marilyn Vogler said she is in favor of finding an appropriate recycling area in the UGA.
Kris Broche wonders why they can't set up an area at the County dump that is similar to Wilson's so
it will be easy for citizen's to recycle. She stressed that there needs to be an alternative and perhaps
Mason County can lead the way so that others would like to follow.
Cmmr. Sheldon said a lot of this is about the economics of metal.
Debra Soupa said it's disturbing to think the zoning could change.
Ronald Martin lives on Hickem Lane. There are smells, rats and seagulls coming from Wilson. He
stressed that everybody on their driveway is getting rats. He also mentioned that are other recyclers
around and for the best price, people should go to South Sound recycling.
Cmmr. Jeffreys said she likes the idea of bringing recycling into the existing landfill. She will ask
staff if anything can be done.
Cmmr. Sheldon said zoning is a contentious issue. Mason County zones for what you can do rather
than what you cannot do.
9.2 Public hearing to consider adoption of revised Mason County Title 14, Building and Construction,
Chapter 14.08 Building Code Amendments, amending Section 14.08.030 "Permits Required" and
adding new Section 14.08.031 "Work Exempt from Permits". Barbara Adkins explained how this
proposed revisions became necessary and what the revisions will change. Barbara gave the Board
of the proposed revised ordinances.
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
2015 - PAGE 4
from Permits". Motion
aye.
Justin Smith asked how things will be tracked.
Barbara Adkins said they will have to file affidavits and they will also track permits.
An audience member asked about small private sheds to be used as a home office.
Cmmr. Neatherlin said some things are unknown.
Constance Ibsen said what about the people who don't get permits and just do whatever they want.
Cmmr. Neatherlin said they can do the best they can although some people break the law.
Cmmr. Sheldon asked if there is a limit to the number of structures they can have on land.
Public Comment:
Debbra Coker commented that she is in opposition of changing the code and said she thinks the
public and County would be at risk.
Cmmr. Neatherlin asked what she would recommend on enforcement.
Ms. Coker said possibly on the affidavit, the enforcement rules could be listed.
Cmmr. Jeffreys asked how requiring a permit will prevent building conversions.
Angela Shower from Farm bureau said they are in favor of the revisions.
Conley Watson said he is against these changes.
Larry Bolts said he supports these changes. DCD can spend their time on approving home permits
instead of worrying about little sheds, etc. He said there are many benefits to allowing the proposed
changes. People can afford to purchases needed buildings/structures instead of paying for a
building permit.
Tina Piatt said they have a small farm and they do have equipment that sits uncovered. They do
need to be allowed to build the structures. She said this in an incentive for people to take pride in
the appearance in their small farms.
Rich Geiger said Jefferson County has an exemption for specifically agriculture buildings. He is in
favor of this.
Alann Krivor stated that he is president of his home owners association. He said it makes a
difference to be farm friendly and makes their lives easier. Farming is becoming more attractive all
the time.
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
2015 - PAGE 5
Tina Piatt said she supports agriculture buildings. She also spoke about the definition of agricultural
buildings and agricultural exemptions.
Cmmr. Sheldon stated that he fills all public hearing should be conducted the same way. There are
no rebuttals and back and forth comments. He feels this should be in a more formal manner and
people would be better served.
Neatherlin said he already let one rebut so he will let the others.
Cmmr. Sheldon said you can't rewrite the rules.
Constance Ibsen said she is favor of this for only agriculture buildings. She asks the Board to
postpone this to come back with this in a cleaner manner.
Cmmr. Sheldon thanked everyone for coming and said one thing that is lacking a clear definition of
"agriculture". He said we need to be very clear on what exactly "agriculture" is.
Cmmr. Jeffreys asked Barbara Adkins if she has the definition of agriculture buildings.
Barbara read the definition of "agriculture".
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to table this hearing and continue this on
August
2015. Motion Carried
S-aye;
10. Other Business (Department Heads and Elected Officials) - J
10.1 Justin Smith said they had their 4-H extravaganza and over 200 people came through. He
added that Brayden Ritter and Mary DeMatteo will be starting work at WSU extension office.
11. Board's Reports and Calendar - The Commissioners reported on meetings attended the past week
and announced their upcoming weekly meetings.
12. Adjournment - The meeting adjourned at 8:40 p.m.
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
2015 - PAGE 6
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
Randy Neatherlin, Chair
ATTEST:
Tim Sheldon, Commissioner
Clerk of the Board
Terri Jeffreys, Commissioner
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
August 4, 2015
1.
Call to Order -The Chairperson called the regular meeting to order at 9:03 a. m.
2.
Pledge of Allegiance - A.B . Will iams led the flag sa lute.
3.
Roll Call - Present: Commissioner District 1 - Randy Neatherlin; Commissioner District 2 - Tim
Sheldon; Commissioner District 3 - Terri Jeffreys .
4.
Correspondence and Organizational Business
4.1 Correspondence
4.1.1 The Liquor Control Board sent a special occasion application for Habitat for
Humanity and North Mason Resources and a list of businesses with liquor and
marijuana licenses due to expire in 90 days .
4.1.2 The Department of Ecology sent a letter announcing Rustlewood Wastewater
Treatment Plant is receiving t he 20 14 Wastewater Treatment Plant Outstanding
Performance award .
City Commissioner Olsen sent a letter regardi ng recycling and solid waste.
4.1.3
4.1.4 Darin Barry resigned from the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee.
4.2
Cmmr. Jeffreys read the news release soliciting a generator position for the Mason County
Lodging Tax Advisory Committee.
5.
Open Forum for Citizen Input
5.1 Charles Orthmann, Shelton Poverty Team, is soliciting $1200 for a port-a-potty pilot project
in the City of Shelton . This wou ld fund three port-a-potties for three months . The City has
tentatively funded this in the 2016 budget.
5.2 Steve Bloomfield, Seattle Shellfish, stated Seattle Shellfish owns 100 acres on Harstine Island;
75 is timberland, 20 acres are 5-acre Rural Residential parcels. Mr. Bloomfield indicated that
99% of their product goes to China . They have a vision of deve loping a shellfish hatchery
that would include a caretaker's house, a Bread & Breakfast and make the 75 acres a park-like
setting to attract tourists from out of the area . Unfortunately the zoning is not compatible for
this type of use . He urged the Board to consider this type of development when establishing
zoning .
5.3 Ken VanBuskirk stated at the June Commission meeting in Belfair there was a discussion of
the dewatering project along Highway 3. The Belfair Water District and WSDOT had
assured the community that the water was being treated before being reintroduced.
Apparently it hasn't been treated and "someone" has been fined by Ecology. Mr. VanBuskirk
asked the county to investigate the situation .
6.
Adoption of Agenda - Cmmr. Sheldon/Jeffreys moved and seconded to adopt the agenda as
published. Motion carried unanimously. N-aye; S-aye; J-aye.
7. Approval of Minutes - Cmmr. Jeffreys/ Sheldon moved and seconded to approve the July 6
& 13, 2015 briefing minutes. Motion carried unanimously. N-aye; S-aye; J-aye.
8. Approva l of Action Agenda:
8.1 Ap prova l to extend the Professional Services Agreement with Richard Beckman Realty Group to
September 30, 2016 .
8.2 Approval to renew the Nurse Family partnership agreement for the period of July 1, 2015
through June 30, 2016 . The revenue and workload requirement of this agreement were
budgeted in the 2015 budget and there are no match requirements .
BOARD OF MASON COU
2015 - PAGE 2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
Approval of the Veterans Assistance Fund applications for: Necessity Items $350.00; Utilities
$1332.76 and Housing $1170.00 for a total of $2852.76 as recommended by the Veterans
Service Office.
Approval for the Board to formally accept the Belfair Water Reclamation System, Water
Reclamation Facility Project and authorize the Public Works Director to take the necessary
steps to close out the project and complete the necessary paper work required by law prior to
the release of the project retainage to the contractor.
Approval for the Deputy Director/County Engineer to execute Supplemental Agreement #2 to
local agency standard consultant agreement with Integrity Structural Engineers for construction
engineering support for CRP 1975, Evers Bridge project.
Approval for the Board to execute the reimbursable agreement for Mason County Public Works
Department to provide maintenance services (equipment, labor and materials) for the
abatement of environmental hazards requested by the Washington State Department of
Ecology.
Approval of two summer 2015 Heritage Grant applications for 1. Mason County Cemetery
District #1 and 2. Mason County Historical Society, for a total of $6 1 600.00. These
applications were reviewed by the Historic Preservation Commission and found to be good
projects qualifying for County support under the Heritage Grant program.
Approval to list the following surplus property for sale with Richard Beckman Realty Group: 91
E. Willchar Blvd. Shelton WA (parcel 22005-55-00009) for the amount of $25,000.00.
Approval to sign the letter of support for the Mason County PUD No. 3 feasibility study grant
application for the proposed Mason County Business Development Center or other beneficial
uses of the PUD 3 building located on Cota Street.
Approval to appoint Cheryl Williams and Adrienne Amar to the Solid Waste Advisory Board.
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to approve Agenda Action Items 8.1 through
8.10. Motion carried unanimously. N-ayei S-aye; J-aye.
Cmmr. Sheldon noted that Item 8.9 is not related to the $500,000 appropriation from the state for
economic development.
8
9:30 a.m. Public Hearings and Items Set for a Certain Time - There are no public hearings.
9
Other Business (Department Heads and Elected Officials) 9.1 Auditor Karen Herr announced that today is primary election day and ballots are due by 8 p.m.
this evening.
10 Board's Reports and Calendar - The Commissioners reported on meetings attended the past week
and announced their upcoming weekly meetings.
11 Adjournment - The meeting adjourned at 9:35 a.m.
BOARD OF MASON
2015 - PAGE 3
COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
Randy Neatherlin, Chair
ATIEST:
Tim Sheldon, Commissioner
Clerk of the Board
Terri Jeffreys, Commissioner
Agenda Item
.
Commissioner staff to com
E BOARD
Background: Richard Beckman Realty Group, LLC is the official realtor for Mason
County. Mason County currently has the following surplus properties for sale:
Parcel #22129-75-90092
Located at 8635 E State Rt 3, Shelton, WA
1.04 acre near Anthony Rd, vacant land, no improvements
Listing price at $19,000
Parcel #22129-75-90093
Located at 8635 E State Rt 3, Shelton, WA
1.03 acre near Anthony Rd, vacant land, no improvements
Listing price at $19,000
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approval to list the following surplus property with Richard Beckman Realty Group:
Parcel #22129-75-90092 and #22129-75-90093
Attachment(s):
NWMLS Forms
NWMLS Form 5 Rev. 6/14
Copyright 2014
Northwest Multiple Listing Service
All Rights Reserved
LISTING INPUT SHEET
• Indicates Required information
ADDRESS
Mason
( ) Indicates Maximum Choice
LISTING#
Shelton
.. County
98584
.. ZIP Code
"City
+4
Shelton
172
"Area
Community/District
E
xxx
Modifier
" Street# (HSN)
Direction
" Street Name
Suffix
Post Direction
Unit#
LISTING
22129-75-90092
!JJ,000.00 -·-·------···
" Listing Price
" Expiration Date
" Listing Date
'"Tax ID#
" Preliminary Title Ordered
LOCATION
Lot 2 of SP 774
Lot Number
Plat/Subdivision/Building Name
Block
" 3rd Party Approval Required (2)
rt! None 0
Other - See Remarks
0 Short Sale
" Bank Owned/REO
'"Auction
Unknown
Top Map
~~-----·~~~~
Map Page
MAP BOOK
Side Map
Coard.
Coard.
PROPERTY INFORMATION
-~fason
County________ _
" Owner's Name
45,3~----··-
3604279670
Shelton WA
" Owner's Phone
" Owner's City and State
Yes
Yes
Yes
" Prohibit Blogging
" Allow Automated Valuation
" Show Map Link
Assessor
" Lot Size Source
" lot Size (Square Feet)
Yes
" Internet Advertising
" Show Address to Public
4%
" SOC (Selling Office Com.)
Virtual Tour URL (Please include http://)
Selling Office Commission Comments (40 characters maximum)
BROKER INFORMATION
55681
Richard Beckman 360-790-1921
4537
Richard Beckman
360-426-5521
" LAG
Broker Name and Phone
Listing Broker ID#
Listing Firm - ID#
Firm Name and Phone
Co Broker - ID#
Co Firm-ID#
Co Firm Name and Phone
CO Broker Name and Phone
LISTING INFORMATION
General Zoning Classification (6)
41- Res-Over 1 Acre
0
0
0
0
"Style Code
Restrictions (4)
OCC&R
0 NO Manufactured Homes
0 Manufactured Homes OK
0 No Restrictions
0 Timber Clause
0 Unknown
0 See Remarks
Agricultural
0
Business
0
Commercial 0
Farm & Ranch 0
" Possession (3)
!ti Closing
0 Negotiable
0 See Remarks
0 Sub. Tenant's Rights
No
No
Senior Exemption
Right of First Refusal
Forestry
Industrial
Industrial-Light
Multi-Family
0
0
0
0
Office
Residential
Retail
See Remarks
-~ounty -----·-----
RR5
" Zoning Jurisdiction
Zoning Code
2014
No
"Form 17
Tax Year
" Sketch Submitted
0.00
Annual Taxes
" Potential Terms (10)
Assessment
0 Electric 0
0 Gas
0
0 Parks 0
Fees (6)
Road
School
Sewer
0 Water
0 See Remarks
~
Assumable
0 Owner Financing
Cash Out
0 Rehab Loan
Conventional
0 See Remarks
0 Farm Home Loan 0 State Bond
0 FHA
OVA
D Lease/Purchase
Term Remarks 40 characters maximum
INITIALS:
Seller
Date
Seller
Date
Broker
Date
NWMLS Form 5 Rev. 6/14
Copyright 2014
Northwest Multiple Listing Service
All Rights Reserved
VACANT LAND LISTING INPUT SHEET
Rd, Shelton
Address: xxx E
SITE INFORMATION
of
PROPERTY
TYPE
LAG# 55681
29212
Quarter (Sec!fwn/Rng)
lot Dimensions (Feet)
Reports/Documents Completed (9)
Waterfront (5)
0 Bank-High
0 Bank-Low
0 Bank Medium
OBay
0 Bulkhead
Ocanal
0 Creek
OJetty
0
0
CCRs
0 Wetland Delineation
Drainage
0 See Remarks
D Geotech
D Road Agreement
D Septic "As Built"
0 Topographical
0 Well Agreement
View (5)
0 Bay
0 Canal
OCity
D Golf Course
0 Jetty
0 Lake
0 Mountain
0
0
Lake
No Bank
D Ocean
0 River
0 Saltwater
0 Sound
0 Strait
D Tideland Rights
Improvements (10)
lot Details (7)
0 Paved Street
DAiiey
0 Secluded
0 Corner Lot
0 Sidewalk
0 Cul-de-sac
0 Curbs
0 Dead End Street
D High Voltage Line
0 Open Space
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Topography (5)
0 Cliffs
D Fill Needed
0 Gullies
0 Level
D Rolling
Waterfront Footage (Feet)
Barn
Boat House
Cabana/Gazebo
Cable TV Avail
Dock
Dwelling
Fenced-Fully
Property Features (12)
0
0
0
0
D Brush
0 Comm. Grade Timber
0 Corners Flagged
0 Dune Grasses
0 Evergreens
0 Garden/Fruit Trees
0 Heavily Forested
0 Irrigation
Fenced-Partially
Garage
Outbuilding(s)
Shop
Ostable
'" Road Information (5)
GZl Access Easement
0 County Maintained
0 County Right of Way
0 Gravel
D Paved
0 See Remarks
0 Sloped
0 Swale
OOcean
Partial
0 River
0 See Remarks
0 Sound
0 Strait
0 Territorial
0
0
0
0
0
Privately Maintained
Recorded Main!. Agrm
Trail Permit
See Remarks
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lightly Treed
ORV Trails
Partially Cleared
Pasture Land
Pond
Recreational
Riding Trails
0 Stream/Creek
Road on which side of
Property
______________ _______________ _
,
Slopes Down to The (40 characters maximum)
level (40 characters maximum)
UTILITY I SCHOOL/ COMMUNITY
Community Features (9)
0
0
0
0
0
0
"Water (5)
Age Restriction
0 Gated Entry
Airfield
0 Golf Course
Boat Launch
0 Tennis Courts
CCRs
Clubhouse
Community Waterfront/Pvt Beach Access
0
0
Available
Community Well
D Drilled Well
0 In Street
0 Lake
0 Not Available
D On Property
0 Private Well
0 Share Available
OWell Needed
0 Well Site Approved
q Shared Well
ll!I Unknown
0
Water Rights
Water Jurisdiction
"'Sewer (2)
Not Available
Not Available
·------------·-·------··-----
'"Gas
"' Electricity
Septic System Installed
Septic Approved for# of Bedrooms
Soil Feasibility Test Available
Soil Test Date
Septic Design Applied For
Septic Design Apprv. Date
Septic Design Exp. Date
Septic System Type
Survey Information
-·--·~-------~~~-----·-···-
i!'.l Not Available
D Available
D In Street
0
On Property
Homeowner Dues Include
0 Common Area Maintenance
0 Concierge
D Lawn Service
0 Road Maintenance
D Security Services
Easements
D See Remarks
0
Snow Removal
Monthly Homeowners Dues
INITIALS:
Seller
Date
Seller
Date
Broker
Date
VACANT LAND LISTING INPUT SHEET
NWMLS Form 5 Rev. 6/14
Copyright 2014
Northwest Multiple Listing Service
All Rights Reserved
Pioneer
PROPERTY
TYPE
LAG# 55681
Pioneer
Pioneer
" School District
3)
Shelton
Address: xxx E
UTILITY I SCHOOL I COMMUNITY
3
Shelton
--·~-~-------------·-
Junior High/Middle School
Elementary School
Senior High School
REMARKS
Marketing Remarks. CAUTION! The comments you make in the following lines are limited to descriptions of the land and improvements only.
These remarks will appear in the client handouts and websites. (500)
1 acre
Rd.
Confidential Broker-Only Remarks. Comments in this category are for broker's use only. (250)
Poss. acq. through tax foreclosure. May be sub. to redemption. Title insurance may not be avail. and title may be transferred
with a B & S deed. Please use Mason County Title. Buyer shall pay for title insur. There is a recorded ease. Road need built
" Driving Directions to Property (200)
From Shelton, North on Hwy 3, left onto Anthony Rd. Property is behind old wrecking yard off of HWY 3.
INITIALS:
Seller
Date
Seller
Date
Broker
Date
NWMLS Form 5 Rev. 6/14
Copyright 2014
Northwest Multiple Listing Service
All Rig hts Reserved
(page 1 of 3)
VACANT LAND LISTING INPUT SHEET
• Indicates Required information
ADDRESS
Mason
( ) Indicates Maximum Choice
PROPERTY4
TYPE
LISTING#
98584
Shelton
+4
•ZIP Code
•City
•County
Shelton
172
•Area
• Community!District
E
xxx
Modifier
• Street# (HSN)
Anthony
Direction
• Street Name
Road
Unit#
Post Direction
Suffix
LISTING
$
19,000.00
22129-75-90093
• Listing Price
• Expiration Date
• Listing Date
•Tax ID#
• Preliminary Title Ordered
LOCATION
Lot 3 of SP 774
Lot Number
Plat/Subdivision/Building Name
Block
• 3rd Party Approval Required (2)
!ti None D Other - See Remarks D Short Sale
•Auction
• Bank Owned/REO
Unknown
Top Map
Coard.
Map Page
MAP BOOK
Side Map
Coard.
PROPERTY INFORMATION
Mason County
_3_60_4_27_9_67_Q__
Shelton WA
• Owner's Name
• Owner 's Phone
• Owner's City and State
Yes
Yes
• Prohibit Blogging
• Allow Automated Valuation
44,866
Ass.e_s_so_r_ _ _
• Lot Size (Square Feet)
• Lot Size Source
_Y_e_s_ _ _ __
Yes
Y_e_s_ _ _ _ __ __
• Show Map Link
• Internet Advertising
• Show Address to Public
4%
• SOC (Selling Office Com.)
Selling Office Commission Comments (40 characters maximum)
Virtual Tour URL (Please include http:// )
BROKER INFORMATION
Richard Beckman 360-790-1921
55681
Co Broker - ID#
Richard Beckman Group 360-426-5521
4537
• LAG
Broker Name and Phone
Listing Broker ID#
Listing Firm - ID# Firm Name and Phone
- - - -----·------
CO Broker Name and Phone
Co Firm-JD#
Co Firm Name and Phone
LISTING INFORMATION
General Zoning Classification (6)
D Agricultural D Forestry
D Office
D Industrial
D Residential
D Business
D Commercial D Industrial-Light D Retail
D Farm & Ranch D Multi-Family D See Remarks
41- Res-Over 1 Acre
• Style Code
Restrictions (4)
OCC&R
D NO Manufactured Homes
D Manufactured Homes OK
D No Restrictions
D Timber Clause
D Unknown
D See Remarks
No
No
Senior Exemption
Right of First Refusal
______ _
• Form 17
RR5
Zoning Code
• Zoning Jurisdiction
2014
No
• Possession (3)
~Closing
D Negotiable
D See Remarks
D Sub. Tenant's Rights
~ounty
Tax Year
• Sketch Submitted
~
0.00 _____________
Annual Taxes
• Potential Terms (10)
Assessment Fees (6)
D Electric D Road
D Gas
D School
D Parks D Sewer
D Water
D See Remarks
~
Ass uma ble
Cash Out
Conventional
D Farm Home Loan
0 FHA
D Lease/Purchase
D
D
D
0
Owner Financing
Rehab Loan
See Remarks
State Bond
OVA
Term Remarks 40 characters maximum
INITIA LS:
Seller
Date
Seller
Date
Broker
Date
VACANT LAND LISTING INPUT SHEET
NWMLS Form 5 Rev. 6/1 4
Copyright 2014
Northwest Multip le Listing Service
All Rights Reserved
SITE INFORMATION
(page 2 of 3)
Listi ng Address: xxx E Anthony Rd, Shelton
PROPERTY
TYPE
4
LAG# 55681
29212
Lot Dimensions (Feet)
Quarter (Secffwn/Rng)
Reports!Documents Completed (9)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CCRs
Drainage
Geotech
Road Agreement
Septic "As Built"
Topographical
Well Agreement
0
0
Water front (5)
0 Bank-High
0 Bank-Low
0 Bank Medium
OBay
0 Bulkhead
0 Canal
0 Creek
OJetty
Wetland Delineation
See Remarks
Lot Details (7)
View (5)
0 Bay
0 Canal
OCity
0 Golf Course
OJetty
0 Lake
0 Mountain
0 Lake
0 No Bank
0 Ocean
ORiver
0 Saltwater
0 Sound
OStrait
0 Tideland Rights
Improvements (10)
0 Paved Street
DAiiey
0 Secluded
0 Corner Lot
OSidewalk
0 Cul-de-sac
0 Curbs
0 Dead End Street
0 High Voltage Line
0 Open Space
Topography (5)
0 Cliffs
0 Fill Needed
0 Gullies
0 Level
0 Rolling
Waterfront Footage (Feet)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Barn
Boat House
Cabana/Gazebo
Cable TV Avail
ODock
0 Dwelling
0 Fenced-Fully
Ocean
Partial
ORiver
0 See Remarks
0 Sound
0 Strait
0 Territorial
Property Features (12)
0
0
0
0
0
• Road Information {5)
Iii Access Easement
0 County Maintained
0 County Right of Way
0 Gravel
0 Paved
See Remarks
Sloped
Swale
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Fenced-Partially
Garage
Outbuilding(s)
Shop
Stable
0
0
0
0
Brush
Comm. Grade 1imber
Corners Flagged
Dune Grasses
Evergreens
Garden/Fruit Trees
Heavily Forested
Irrigation
Privately Maintained
Recorded Maint. Agrm
Trail Permit
See Remarks
0 Lightly Treed
OORVTrails
0 Partially Cleared
0 Pasture Land
0 Pond
0 Recreational
0 Riding Trails
0 Stream/Creek
Road on which side of
Property
Level (40 characters maximum)
Slopes Down to The (40 characters maximum)
UTILITY I SCHOOL I COMMUNITY
Community Features (9)
•Water (5)
0
0
0
Age Restriction
0 Gated Entry
Airfield
0 Golf Course
Boat Launch
0 Tennis Courts
OCCRs
0 Clubhouse
0 Community Waterfront/Pvt Beach Access
0
0
0
0
0
0
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Avai lable
Community Well
Drilled Well
In Street
Lake
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0
0
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Private Well
Share Available
q Shared Well
12'.'.1 Unknown
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0 Well Needed
0 Well Site Approved
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• Electricity
Water Jurisdiction
• Sewer (2)
~ Not Available
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OAvailable
0 In Street
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Septic Approved for# of Bedrooms
Soil Feasibility Test Available
Soil Test Date
Septic Design Applied For
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Septic Design Exp. Date
Septic System Type
Survey Information
Homeowner Dues Include
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0
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Common Area Maintenance
Concierg e
Lawn Service
0 Road Maintenance
0 Security Services
Easem ents
0
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Snow Removal
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IN ITI A LS:
Seller
Date
Seller
Date
Broker
Date
VACANT LAND USTING INPUT SHEET
NWMLS Form 5 Rev. 6/14
Copyright 2014
Northwest Multiple Listing Service
All Rights Reserved
Shelton
Address: xxx E
UTILITY I SCHOOL/ COMMUNITY
Pioneer
Shelton
Junior High/Middle School
Elementary School
PROPERTY
TYPE
LAG# 55681
Pioneer
Pioneer
<>School District
3 of 3)
Senior High School
REMARKS
Marketing Remarks. CAUTION! The comments you make in the following lines are limited to descriptions of the land and improvements only.
These remarks will appear in the client handouts and websites. (500)
1 acre property behind old wrecking,
Rd.
Confidential Broker-Only Remarks. Comments in this category are for broker's use only. (250)
Poss. acq. through tax foreclosure. May be sub. to redemption. Title insurance may not be avail. and title may be transferred
with a B & S deed. Please use Mason County Title. Buyer shall pay for title insur. There is a recorded ease. Road need built
<> Driving Directions to Property (200)
From Shelton, North on Hwy 3, left onto Anthony Rd. Property is behind old wrecking yard off of HWY 3.
INITIALS:
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Date
Seller
Date
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Date
MASON COUNTY
AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY FORM
TO: BOARD Of MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
From: Becky Rogers
DEPARTMENT: Support Services
DATE:
8/11/2015
Action Agenda _lL
Publk Hearing _ _
Other
-EXT: 419
r.
Agenda !tern#
~ 1 ,~,
(Commissioner staff to com lete)
BRIEFING DATE: N/ A
BRIEFING PRESENTED BY:
[ X] ITEM WAS NOT PREVIOUSlY BRIEFED WITH THE BOARD
Please provide explanation of urgency
ITEM:
Approval of Veterans Assistance Fund applications for: N ecessity Items $200.00 and Burial
$595 .00 for a total of $795 .00.
Background: The Veteran Service Team reviews veteran applications to determine
eligibility for assistance at the following two locations: ( 1) Memorial Hall - 21 0 W. Franklin,
Shelton; Monday - Wednesday from 9 am - 4 pm and by appt. (360) 426-4546 and also at (2)
North Mason Veterans Service Center - 140 NE State Route 300, Belfair; Mon - Thurs from
9:00 am - 4:00 pm; (360) 552-2303. Listed are applications recommended for approval by the
Veterans Service Team.
RECOMM ENDED ACTION:
Move to approve the Veterans Assistance Fund applications for: Necessity Items $200 .00 and
Burial $595.00 for a total of $795.00 as recommended by the Veterans Service Office.
Attachment(s): Applications on file with Clerk of the Board.
Evidence Based Expansion Grant 2015-2016
Background: As mandated by the Washington State Legislature, the purpose of this
contract is to provide funding to expand evidence based treatment and training
programs administered by local juvenile courts. Mason County Juvenile Court uses
these funds to expand the Functional Family Therapy (FFT) program for youth and
their families.
RECOMMENDED .ACTION: Approve the County Program Agreement #1563-42652
between Mason County and the State of Washington Department of Social and Health
Services.
Approval to: Jim Madsen
Attachment(s):
Evidence Based Expansion Grant
Probation
P.O. Box 368 Shelton, WA 98584
(360) 427-9670 Ext. 33 7
Date:
July 7, 2015
To:
Tim Whitehead, Deputy Prosecutor
From: James Madsen, Juvenile Court Administrator
Re:
Consolidated Contract Review -1563/43142
Juvenile Court has received the Consolidated Contract for July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2017.
The amount of funding is $277,546.00. There are no matching funds required.
Please review this document and I will schedule the matter before the Board of County
Commissioners for signature.
Thank you for your assistance and attentro this matter.
Approved Agreement as
presented-~--VY esc
0
No
Recommend the following changes to Agreement _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Tim Whitehead
Deputy Prosecutor
;:,ui::1erH)f Court of the
State
Toni A. Sheldon,Judge
AmberL.
DanielL.
G
Jim Madsen/Diana Renecker
1)
Name of Grant/Program Evidence Based Expansion Grant 2015-2017
2)
New Grant
3)
Is the grant unchanged, and does not require Current Expense funding?
Renewing Grant
Term(# of years) _2_ __
y
4)
How wm this grant benefit the County's citizens?
This lnteragency Agreement between Mason County Juvenile Court and the State of Washington
Dept. of Social and Health Services provides funds to expand evidence based programs
to juvenile offenders and their families. These programs help reduce recidivism.
5)
Is this a program grant or an equipment grant?
Proqram Grant
6)
Is this a "one-time only grant" or is it renewable? If renewable, how long
is grant anticipated to last?
Renewable grant that is anticipated to continue well into the future.
7)
If this is a new grant how will the grant support a current program OR
how will the program change?
8)
Does this grant require up front funds?
Y
N_X_X_ __
If so, what is the source of the up-front funds needed to cover costs prior to
initial and continuing reimbursements being received?
9)
How many employees (new or current) will be paid by the grant? N -0C ~1_ _
a. If this grant requires new hire(s) and grant ends, how will unemployment costs be
funded? ----------------------------------------------
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the grant
Security, FICA, PERS, etc?
1
cash,
___ If so, what?
Would the grant allow for an
in
increase in medical insurance
premiums or increases in any personnel benefits? Y_XX_'_ _
12) What fund would support a cash match (if required)? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
13) If required what is the TOTAL cost of the
over the life of the grant? _ _ _ __
14) What fund would support the administration of the grant? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
15) Will the grant allow for the Count/ cost allocation plan to be funded? Y _ __
16) Would the grant require the county to provide office space and/or additional equipment to
administer the program? lf so, what are the requirements?
No additional resources will be needed.
17) Would the program require use of a county vehicle or personal vehicle? Y _ _ N_XX
_ __
18)
so, would the grant provide for the cost of the automobile and/or liability insurance?
y
N
19) Would the grant require activities by other county offices/departments? (i.e. legal review,
technology services assistance, new BARS numbers.) Y
N ~If so, what activities?
20) Would acceptance and completion of the grant project in any way OBLIGATE the County to
create/enact new ordinance or policies? Y __ N~ If so 1 what obligations?
21) Does this grant project include any activities that may fall outside the county's standard
policies (personnel policies on travel, hours of work, training required 1 reimbursement for
meeting refreshments, paying for meeting space, etc.?)
No additional acthrities are needed
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22)
outside consultants be solicited to
on the
and if
is a process in place
appropriate selection and oversight of consultant activities? Y _ _ !\I xx
If so, what is
the funding source for consultant fees?
23)
For a program grant, how wouid the program be funded after the grant expires?
shoura
be understood that once grant funding ends, either the program ceases OR the funding for
the program needs to be absorbed within the department's or office's existing budget)
justification must be provided that the program has been and will continue to save or
benefit taxpayers .
..!++-the event that
th~~s
or is reduced, the funding would be absorbed by tho mdsting
budget or in extreme cases the department wrn !Id provide j11stification for addjtjonal co110ty fl 1nding
24)
Please provide (attached to questionnaire) a synopsis of the grant or a copy of the fact
sheet.
Official si nature of requesting office/department:
7/23/15
Date
Approved by:
Chair, Board of County Commissioners
Date
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DSHS Agreement Number
1563-42652
Transforming lives
This Program Agreement is by and between the State of Washington
Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) and the County identified
below, and is issued in conjunction with a County and DSHS Agreement On
General Terms and Conditions, which is incorporated by reference.
Administration or Division
Agreement Number
DSHS ADMINISTRATION
DSHS DIVISION
DSHS CONTRACT CODE
Juvenile Justice and Rehabilitation
Administration
DSHS CONTACT NAME AND TITLE
Division of Treatment and
1229
Inter overnmental Pro
DSHS CONTACT ADDRESS
Robert Leonard
Administrator
COUNTY NAME
COUNTY ADDRESS
Mason County
PO Box 368
Shelton, WA 98584COUNTY CONTACT NAME
COUNTY UNIFORM BUSINESS IDENTIFIER (UBI)
IS THE COUNTY A SUBRECIPIENT FOR PURPOSES OF THIS PROGRAM
AGREEMENT?
No
PROGRAM AGREEMENT START DATE
0710112015
PROGRAM AGREEMENT END DATE
06/30/2017
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DSHS CONTACT E-MAIL
robert.leonard dshs.wa. ov
Jim Madsen
COUNTY CONTACT FAX
COUNTY CONTACT TELEPHONE
(360) 427-9670
vuur1Ly
DSHS INDEX NUMBER
14th Jefferson
Olympia, WA 985045720
DSHS CONTACT FAX
360)902-8108
DSHS CONTACT TELEPHONE
(360 902-0858
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COUNTY CONTACT E-MAIL
[email protected]
CFDA NUMBERS
MAXIMUM PROGRAM AGREEMENT AMOUNT
See Exhibit B
EXHIBITS. When the box below is marked with an X, the following Exhibits are attached and are incorporated into this
County Program Agreement by reference:
Data Security: ~ Exhibits (specify): Exhibit A: Evidence-Based Expansion Contract Term, Reimbursement
Procedures, and Program Responsibilities; Exhibit B: Statement of Work; Exhibit C: Monthly Project Update Form;
Exhibit D: Monthly Reimbursement Request Form; and Exhibit E: Quarterly Target Update Form
No Exhibits.
The terms and conditions of this Contract are an integration and representation of the final, entire and exclusive
understanding between the parties superseding and merging all previous agreements, writings, and communications, oral
or otherwise, regarding the subject matter of this Contract. The parties signing below represent that they have read and
understand this Contract, and have the authority to execute this Contract. This Contract shall be binding on DSHS only
u on si nature b DSHS.
D
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COUNTY SIGNATURE(S)
PRINTED NAME(S) AND TITLE(S)
DATE(S) SIGNED
DSHS SIGNATURE
PRINTED NAME AND TITLE
DATE SIGNED
Del Hontanosas
Grants & Contracts Mana er
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1.
The purpose of this Agreement is to fund and support the program services described in the attached
Statement of Work_ The contract term begins July 1, 2015 and expires June 30, 2017.
2.
Funding. As of July 1, 2015 the rates paid to the County will be the rate calculated for State Fiscal Year
(SFY) 2016-2017.
If by July 1, 2015 the County does not have a completed written application for funding approved by
JJ&RA and signed by both parties, JJ&RA will temporarily reimburse the county according to the rates
from the State Fiscal Year EBE Contract 2014-2015 (No. 1363-78924) until September 1, 2015 to
provide for continuity of services. Once the County's application is signed and approved, the SFY 2016-.
2017 funding rate shall apply retroactively to July 1, 2015 and the County is responsible for adjusting its
expenditures during the remainder of the agreement term to account for any discrepancies. If the
County has not properly accounted for the difference between the two rates by April 30, 2016, JJ&RA
may adjust the amount reimbursed to the County for the final two months of the agreement to account
for these discrepancies.
3.
Statements of Work. As of July 1, 2015, the County is responsible for adhering to the Statement of
Work described in the SFY 2016-2017 EBE Contract.
If by July 1, 2015 the County does not have a completed written application for funding approved by
JJ&RA and signed by both parties, the statements of work from the State Fiscal Year EBE Contract
;2014-2015 (No. 1363-78924) shall apply to all work performed under this agreement until September 1,
2015 to provide for continuity of services. Once the County's application is signed and approved, the
County shall be responsible for providing services in accordance with the SFY 2016-2017 Statement of
Work from that date forward.
4.
Late Applications.
If the County does not have a completed written application for funding approved by JJ&RA and signed
by both parties by September i, 2015, JJ&RA may discontinue reimbursement until the application is
completed and approved.
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WORI'<
1.
As mandated by the Washington State Legislature, the purpose of this contract is to provide funding to
expand evidence based treatment and training programs administered by local juvenile courts. The
expanded programs include Functional Family Therapy (FFT), Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST),
Washington State Aggression Replacement Training (WSART), Coordination of Services (COS), and
Family Integrated Transitions (FIT).
2.
General
Upon approval of the County Juvenile Court's Approved Evidence Based Application Response, the
County Juvenile Court shall:
a. Provide projects and services in compliance with the County Juvenile Court's Approved Evidence
Based Application Response to the Juvenile Justice and Rehabilitation Administration's (JJ&RA)
Evidence Based Expansion Solicitation;
b. All participating youth must be administered a Washington State Juvenile Court prescreen or full
Risk Assessment. Youth who are moderate to high risk on the prescreen assessment must receive
a full assessment. All moderate to high risk youth must receive a reassessment at the end of
probation, in accordance with the timeline specified in the County Juvenile Court's Approved
Evidence Based Application Response; and
c.
3.
Insure compliance with existing Community Juvenile Accountability Act (CJAA) State Quality
Assurance programs for the following programs: Functional Family Therapy, Multi-systemic
Therapy, Washington State Aggression Replacement Training, and Coordination of Services.
Intervention Programs:
Functional Family Therapy, Multi-systemic Therapy, Washington State Aggression Replacement
Training, Coordination of Services, and Family Integrated Transitions.
a. The County Juvenile Court must serve the number of youth at the cost budgeted and as detailed in
the County Juvenile Court's Approved Evidence Based Application Response. If the County
Juvenile Court anticipates deviating from any aspect of its Application Response, it must submit a
written request for prior approval to the JJ&RA Headquarters JJ&RA Juvenile Court Treatment
Programs Administrator. Service delivery must be based on and adhere to the following
specifications:
(1) For Functional Family Therapy (FFT):
(a) General precepts/practices contained in FFT, Inc. Initial 3-Day Training;
(b) Assessment/Reporting Standards contained in FFT, Inc. 1-Day Systems Training;
(c) Clinical feedback from FFT Inc. in on-going consultation and site visits;
(d) Feedback from designated FFT statewide Quality Assurance Administrator in on-going
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consultation and site visits; and
(e) Precepts/practices of FFT contained in Blueprints for Violence Prevention
(2) For Multi-systemic Therapy (MST):
(a) Precepts/practices of MST contained in Blueprints for Violence Prevention; and
(b) General precepts/practices contained in training, consultation, and clinical oversight as
provided by the University of Washington.
(3) For Washington State Aggression Replacement Training (WSART):
(a) Precepts/practices contained in Aggression Replacement Training (Rev. Ed.) by Goldstein,
Glick and Gibbs;
(b) Precepts/practices contained in WSART initial training or subsequent Quality Assurance
statewide meetings; and
(c) Feedback from designated WSART statewide Quality Assurance Specialist and Regional
Site Consultants in on-going consultation and site visits.
(4) For Coordination of Services (COS):
(a) Precepts and practices contained in Coordination of Services Statewide Manual; and
(b) General Precepts and practices contained in the Coordination of Services initial training.
(5) For Family Integrated Transitions (FIT):
(a) Attendance to all training on the treatment model required;
(b) Compliance with all concepts and practices contained in the training and in the developed
treatment model; and
(c) Clinical guidance as supplied by the University of Washington.
b. For the interventions listed above:
(1) The County Juvenile Court shall comply with the Washington State Institute for Public Policy
(WSIPP) evaluation design for CJAA (see CJAA: Program Evaluation Design, WSIPP,
November 1998). WSIPP will evaluate recidivism effects as well as the costs and benefits of the
programs. The County Juvenile Court shall participate with all parties to ensure effective
program evaluation.
(2) RCW 13.40.500 through 13.40.550 requires that the County Juvenile Court collect the name,
date of birth, gender, social security number, and Juvenile Information System (JUVIS) number
for each juvenile enrolled in the Evidence Based Expansion Program.
4.
Consideration.
a. The maximum consideration for the Evidenced Based Expansion program for FY16-17 are
identified in the "Juvenile Court Evidence Based Expansion Funding Awards FY16-17" list,
incorporated herein by reference.
b.
Under expenditure in FY16 may not be carried forward to the subsequent fiscal year. A revenue
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sharing process may be made available during the latter part
FY16 and FY17 for all counties
participating in the Evidence Based Expansion contract, provided funding is available.
c.
The full list of priorities is detailed in the "County Juvenile Cou1i's Washington State Juvenile Court
Evidence Based Expansion Application". County Juvenile Courts shall submit the JJ&RA provided
"Revenue Sharing Requests/Returns Form" to the JJ&RA Juvenile Court Treatment Programs
Administrator identified on page 1 no later than May 151h of each fiscal year. Late submittals shall
not be considered, unless otherwise mutually agreed upon. Revenue sharing increases and
decreases will be awarded by distribution of a revised "Juvenile Court Evidence Based Expansion
Funding Awards FY16-17" list. The total maximum consideration for this contract may increase or
decrease, depending on the results of revenue sharing distributions and changes in appropriations
as directed by the legislature."
d. JJ&RA will review utilization by January 1st each fiscal year. If the County Juvenile Court has
significantly exceeded their proposed cost per participant as detailed in their "County Juvenile
Court's Washington State Juvenile Court Evidence Based Expansion Application", the State-wide
Quality Assurance Coordinators and CJAA Advisory Committee sl1all intervene and a work plan be
developed with the County Juvenile Court to maintain compliance with their proposed cost per
participant.
(1) The cost per participant is determined in section 4(C) of the "County Juvenile Court's
Washington State Juvenile Court Evidence Based Expansion Application", incorporated herein
by reference."
5.
e.
Reimbursable costs include staff salaries, staff benefits, training, fees, quality assurance where
appropriate, and local expenditures on administration.
f.
Reimbursement for administrative and equipment costs shall not exceed 15% of the original annual
allotment. Administrative costs include discrete, assignable activities and cost necessary for overall
management and support of a program.
Payment and Billing.
a.
DSHS shall pay the Contractor upon acceptance by DSHS of a properly completed Invoice Voucher
(A-19), or other JJ&RA pre-approved invoice document, and the required monthly project forms.
JJ&RA retains the right to withhold payment for incomplete or delinquent reimbursement packages.
b. The following Deliverables must be attached with the Invoice Voucher (A-19) before payment will
be made by JJ&RA:
(1) Monthly Project Update Form. Use Exhibit C - Monthly Project Update Form. Submit a
separate Update Form for each intervention program (FFT, MST, WSART, COS, and FIT).
(2) Monthly Reimbursement Request Form. Use Exhibit D - Monthly Reimbursement Request
Form. Submit a separate Update Form for each intervention program (FFT, MST, WSART,
COS, and FIT).
(3) Quartedy Target Update Form. Use Exhibit E - Quarterly Target Update Form. Submit a
separate Target Update Form for each intervention program (FFT, MST, WSART, COS, and
FIT) to JJ&RA within 15 days following each fiscal quarter being reported on. This form does
not need to be submitted with the monthly Invoice Voucher (A-19).
c.
The County Juvenile Court agrees to accept payment as outlined in this Billing and Payment
Section of the Contract as total and complete remuneration for services provided to offenders under
this Contract. This does not preclude the County from seeking other funding sources. No indirect
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costs are allowed.
d.
Tl1e County Juvenile Court shall use these funds to supplement, not supplant, the amount of
federal, state, and local funds otherwise expended for the services provided under this Contract.
e.
Under no circumstance shall the County Juvenile Court bill twice for the same services.
f
The County Juvenile Court shall maintain backup documentation of all costs billed under this
Contract.
g.
Stop Payment. If reports required under this Contract are delinquent, DSHS, JJ&RA may stop
payment to the County Juvenile Court until such required reports are submitted to JJ&RA.
Com
6.
a.
Subcontractors
If the County Juvenile Court utilizes subcontractors for the provision of services under this Contract, the
County Juvenile Court must notify the JJ&RA Juvenile Court Treatment Programs Administrator in
writing and maintain sufficient documentation to verify that the subcontractors meet all the requirements
under this Contract. In no event shall the existence of a subcontract release or reduce the liability of
the County Juvenile Court for any breach of performance.
b.
Other Provisions
The County Juvenile Court shall comply with the following other provisions for all services provided
under this Contract.
(1) Background Check/Criminal History(a) In accordance with Chapters 388-700 WAC (JJ&RA -Practices & Procedures), 72.05 RCW
(Children & Youth Services), 43.20A RCW (DSHS), and by the terms of this contract,
Contractor and each of its employees, subcontractors, and/or volunteers who may or will
have regular access to any client/juvenile must be cleared through a JJ&RA approved
criminal history and background check. In addition, Contractor, each of their employees,
subcontractors, and/or volunteers, who may or will have limited access to any client/juvenile,
may be required to be cleared through a JJ&RA approved criminal history and background
check.
(b) By execution of this contract, Contractor affirms that Contractor, each of its employees,
subcontractors, and/or volunteers, who may or will have regular access have not been
convicted of any of the following:
i.
Any felony sex offense as defined in 9.94A.030 RCW (Sentencing Reform ActDefinitions) and 9A.44.130 RCW (Sex Offenses);
ii.
Any crime specified in Chapter 9A.44 RCW (Sex Offenses) when the victim was a
juvenile in the custody of or under the jurisdiction of JJ&RA; or
iii. Any violent offense as defined in 9.94A.030 RCW (Sentencing Reform Act-Definitions).
Contractor must require that current employees, volunteers, and contracted service
providers who are authorized for regular access to a juvenile(s) report any guilty plea or
conviction of any of the above offenses. The report must be made to the person's
supervisor within seven (7) days of conviction and any person who have reported a
guilty plea or conviction for one or more of these offenses must not have regular access
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to any offender. Contrnctor shall also document background checks/criminal
clearances for monitoring purposes.
(2) Sexual Misconduct -
(a) 13.40.570 RCW (Sexual misconduct by state employees, contractors) states that when the
Secretary has reasonable cause to believe that sexual intercourse or sexual contact
between the employee of a contractor and an offender has occurred, the Secretary shall
require the employee of a contractor to be immediately removed from any employment
position which would permit the employee to have any access to any offender.
(b) By execution of this contract, contractor affirms that contractor, each of its employees,
subcontractors, and/or volunteers are knowledgeable about the requirements of 13.40.570
RCW (Sexual misconduct by state employees, contractors) and of the crimes included in
9A.44 RCW (Sex Offenses).
(c) In addition, the Secretary shall disqualify for employment with a contractor in any position
with access to an offender, any person:
i.
Who is found by the department, based on a preponderance of the evidence, to have
had sexual intercourse or sexual contact with the offender; or
ii.
Convicted of any crime specified in chapter 9A.44 RCW (Sex Offenses) when the victim
was an offender
(d) If any actions are taken under 13.40.570 RCW, subsections (3) or (4), the Contractor must
demonstrate to the Secretary they have greatly reduced the likelihood that any of its
employees, volunteers, or subcontractors could have sexual intercourse or sexual contact
with any offender. The contract shall not be renewed unless the Secretary determines
significant progress has been made.
7.
Items Incorporated by Reference
a.
RCW 13.40.500 - 13.40.550;
b. Juve.nile Disposition Sentencing Standards;
c.
The Community Juvenile Accountability Act (CJM): Program Evaluation Design, WSIPP,
November 1998;
d. JJ&RA CJAA Quality Assurance Plans for Functional Family Therapy and Aggression Replacement
Therapy and Coordination of Services; and
e. The Washington State Juvenile Court Evidence Based Expansion Application document dated July
17, 2013.
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The following information must
submitted on the Monthly Project Update Form, as
JJ8(RA, for each type
intervention 0NSART,
and
Voucher
A-19
submitting requests
(1) County f\Jame.
~2)
Month/Year of Service.
(3) The court's projected number of youth who will start the program for the current fiscal year.
(4) The number of youth who started the program
this month (Youth shall only be counted as a
starter one time per evidence based program per probation obligation).
(7) The number of youth who have successfully completed the program since the
current fiscal year.
(8) The total number of youth who are still active in the program and have not completed as of the end of
this month.
(9) The Total Reimbursement for the program since the beginning of the current fiscal year.
(10) The county's current cost per youth for the program.
(11) Program Comments (include barriers to getting youth to start the programs and/or any opportunities to
expand the programs).
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Attach completed Form(s) to an Invoice Voucher Form (A-'19) when submitting requests for payment
IM
RS EM ENT REQUEST FORM
to JJ&RA. Note: Complete a separate MONTHLY
type
intervention (WSART, FFT, MST, COS,
FIT).
COUNTY
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INTERVENTION PROGRAM
(FFT, WSART, ETC.)
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being
on.
of intervention (WSART, FFT,
Form(s) to JJ&RA
Complete a separate
MST COS, and FfT).
QUARTER
COUNTY
FIRST QUARTER:
JUL- SEP
SECOND QUARTER:
OCT - DEC
YEAR
INTERVENTION PROGRAM
(FFT, WSART, ETC.)
THIRD QUARTER:
JAN - MAR
FOURTH QUARTER:
APR-JUN
reported.
2.
is the number of youth who
RS/ISSUES
the project for the quarter being reported.
MEETING QUARTERLY
IDENTIFIED OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPAND PARTICIPATION
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The undersigned Contractor has verified and hereby certifies that the proposed subcontractor named above meets
the following criteria for DSHS approval to subcontract. The proposed subcontractor:
Has the qualifications required under the Contract to provide services.
D
Oves
Not Applicable
Has staff who meet the qualifications required under th,e Contract who will provide services.
Oves
0No
D
Not Applicable
Has liability insurance coverage and in the amounts as required under the Contract.
Oves
0No
D Not Applicable
Has agreed to adhere to all confidentiality and data security obligations in the Contract.
Oves
0No
D
Not Applicable
Explain any "No" or "Not Applicable" responses to the above. (Attach separate sheet if necessary)
Contractor understands and acknowledges, by signing below, that:
0
Contractor shall ensure, and shall require of its subcontractor, that services provided by the subcontractor are
provided in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract.
•
Contractor shall ensure that the subcontractor and subcontractor's staff who will have unsupervised access to
children or vulnerable adults served under the Contract have each completed and received a satisfactory
background check before providing services to DSHS clients, as required under the Contract.
•
Contractor shall ensure that the subcontractor has and maintains insurance with the same types and limits of
coverage as required.
•
Contractor is responsible to ensure that all terms, conditions, assurances and certifications set forth in this
Contract are included in the subcontract, including all confidentiality and data security requirements.
All contract terms in the above-referenced contract remain in full force and effect and nothing in this Checklist
shall be construed as waiver of terms in the above-referenced Contract.
Contractor's Signature
Title
Date
ITEM:
Approval of Warrants
Claims Clearing Fund
Claims Clearing Fund
Direct Deposit Fund
Salary Clearing Fund
Total
Claims Clearing YTD Total
Direct Deposit YTD Total
Salary Clearing YTD Total
Warrant
Warrant
Warrant
Warrant
#s
#s
#s
#s
8027167-8027235
8027272-8027513
24013-24400
7001204-7001235
$
$
$
$
$
111,125.65
3,121,445.07
634,646.48
455,130.09
4,322,347.29
$
$
$
21,282,319.63
8,927,456.96
9,221,380.51
Background: The Board approved Resolution No. 80-00 Payment of Claims Against County:
Procedure Authorizing Warrant Issue and Release Prior to Board Claim Approval. Mason
County Code 3.32.060(a) requires that the board enter into the minutes of the County
Commissioners the approval of claims listing warrant numbers.
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approval to:
Move to approve the
warrants:
Claims Clearing Fund
Warrant #s 8027167-8027235 $
111,125.65
Claims Clearing Fund
Warrant #s 8027272-8027513 $
3,121,445.07
Warrant #s 24013-24400
Direct Deposit Fund
$
634,646.48
Salary Clearing Fund
Warrant #s 7001204-7001235 $
455,130.09
Total
$ 4,322,347.29
Attachment(s): Originals on file with Auditor/Financial Services (Copies on file with Clerk of
the
s
2015
Warrant # Start
2015 TOTAL
Warrant# End
Total
Dateof m1
2,214,445.52
427,095.51
395,406.89
1/6/2015
1/13/2015
1/20/2015
13UT (913 ::i>
3,(09.50
T/Z(/ZOTo
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
891,691.46
232,982.57
105,931.67
1,456,530.56
902,477.03
109,680.93
2,360,463.86
605,986.42
1,342,956.81
179,288.10
395,833.42
665,261.71
1,259, 145.95
122,409.35
1,032,338.34
81,422.81
1,409, 165.14
744,711.71
1,110,813.65
111, 125.65
3,121,445.07
2/3/2015
2/3/2015
2/24/2015
3/3/2015
3/10/2015
3/17/2015
3/24/2015
4/7/2015
4/21/2015
5/5/2015
5/5/2015
5/19/2015
6/2/2015
6/16/2015
6/16/2015
7/7/2015
7/7/2015
7/14/2015
7/28/2015
8/11/2015
8/11/2015
$
21,282,319.63
8016829
8017257
8017450
8017140 $
8017386 $
8017611 $
13Uf r9T3
8017914
8018550
8018742
8019027
8019999
8020209
8020524
8021141
8021688
8022211
8022738
8023099
8023806
8024368
8024547
8025071
8025315
8025726
8026403
8027167
8027272
8018323
8018667
8018826
8019607
8020208
8020213
8020812
8021513
8021961
8022488
8022935
8023388
8024245
8024460
8024859
8025155
8025558
8025983
8026947
8027235
8027513
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WARRANT REGISTER
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DATE:
DEPT BATCH:07222015
07/22/2015
8027167
BEGINNING WARRANT#
AMOUNT:
$ 111,125 . 6 5
ENDING WARRANT#
MASON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DO HEREBY CERTIFY
THAT THE SERVICES OR MERCHANDISE HEREIN SPECIFIED HAVE
BEEN RECEIVED AND THAT THE CLAIMS LISTED AND NUMBERED
ABOVE ARE HEREBY APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
MASON COUNT:, WASHINGT~
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DATE :
1
I apwarrnt
! WARRANT REGISTER
07/30/2015
DEPT BATCH:07302015
BEGINNING WARRANT#
8027272
AMOUNT :
$ 266-, 852 . 16
ENDING WARRANT #
MASON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DO HEREBY CERTIFY
THAT THE SERVICES OR MERCHANDISE HEREIN SPECIFIED HAVE
BEEN RECEIVED AND THAT THE CLAIMS LISTED AND NUMBERED
ABOVE ARE HEREBY APPROVED FOR PAYMENT :
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
MASON COUNTY, WASH I NGTON
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8027381
MASON COUNTY AUDITOR - FINANCIAL SERVICES
ClAIMS CLEARING REGISTER
DATE:
07 /30/15
DEPT BATCH:
PW
AMOUNT:
$1,393,231 .63
BEGINNING WARRANT#
8027382
~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~
ENDING WARRANT#
MASON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE SERVICES OR
MERCHANDISE HEREIN SPECIFIED HA VE BEEN RECEIVED AND THAT THE CLAIMS LIST AND
NUMBERED ABOVE ARE HEREBY APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS , MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
8027454
MASON COUNTY AUDITOR - FINANCIAL SERVICES
CLAIMS CLEARING REGISTER
DATE:
07 /30/15
DEPT BATCH:
U&W
AMOUNT:
$1,461,361.28
BEGINNING WARRANT#
8027455
~
ENDING WARRANT#
MASON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE SERVICES OR
MERCHANDISE HEREIN SPECIFIED HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AND THAT THE CLAIMS LIST AND
NUMBERED ABOVE ARE HEREBY APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS , MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
8027513
2015
Beainning #
18679
19061
19436
t98.t2
20189
20561
20939
21321
21710
22093
22478
22865
23245
23628
24013
2015 TOTAL
Ending#
19060
19435
19811
2018.8.
20560
20938
21320
21709
22092
22477
22864
23244
23627
24012
24400
Total
618,267.99
558, 171.22
626,960.95
570,284013
624,092.63
556,992.10
597,652.03
566,706.87
621,286.67
556,087.42
626,068.57
574,316.22
618,463.76
577,459.92
634,646.48
8,927,456.96
Date of minutes
1/6/2015
1/27/2015
2/3/2015
2J26/2015
3/10/2015
3/17/2015
4/7/2015
4/21/2015
5/2/2015
5/19/2015
6/6/2015
7/7/2015
7/14/2015
7/28/2015
8/11/2015
MASON COUNTY AUDITOR - FINANCIAL SERVICES
SALARY CLEARING DIRECYDATE:
DE~OSIT
REGISTER
07 /24/15
~~~~~~~~~
DEPT BATCH:
PR072415
~~~~~~~~~
AMOUNT:
BEGINNING DIRECT DEPOSIT#
$634,646.48
24013
ENDING DIRECT DEPOSIT#
MASON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE SERVICES OR
MERCHANDISE HEREIN SPECIFIED HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AND THAT THE CLAIMS LIST AND
NUMBERED ABOVE ARE HEREBY APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
24400
2015
Beginning# Ending#
7000734
7000759
7000760
7000798
7000799
7000825
7QQQ82£
7QQQ864
7000865
7000866
7000894
7000932
7000958
7000997
7001024
7001064
7001092
7001132
7001161
7001204
7000865
7000893
7000931
7000957
7000996
7001023
7001063
7001091
7001131
7001160
7001203
7001235
2015 TOTAL
Total
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
417,635.94
821,748.68
424,204.28
$
9,221,380.51
834,883070
253.54
420,978.72
819,013.57
403,585.30
839,613.63
420,237. 13
820,531.72
435,829.10
850,644.97
420,043.39
837,046.75
455,130.09
Date of Minutes
1/6/2015
1/27/2015
2/3/2015
2124/2015
3/3/2015
3/10/2015
3/17/2015
4/7/2015
4/21/2015
5/2/2015
5/19/2015
6/2/2015
7/7/2015
7/14/2015
7/28/2015
8/11/2015
A 0
COU TY
UD~
0
~FI N A
CIAL
S ERV~CES
SALARY CllEARil\!G WA RRANT REGISTER
DATE:
DEPT BATCH :
A MOU NT:
07 /24/15
PR072415
$455,130.09
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~=
BEGINNING WARRANT#
7001204
ENDING WARRANT#
MASON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE SERVICES OR
MERCHANDISE HEREIN SPECIFIED HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AND THAT THE CLAIMS LIST AND
NUMBER ED ABOVE ARE HEREBY APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON
7001235
MASON COUNTY
AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY FORM
To: Board of Mason County Commissioners
Action Agenda 0
Public Hearing [ ]
Other
D
From: Barbara Adkins
Department: Community Development
Ext: 286
Date: August 11,
Agenda Item #
2015
(Commi ssioner Staff To
Complete)
Briefing Date:
August 3,
2015
Briefing Presented By: Barbara Adkins
[ ] Item Was Not Previously Briefed With The Board
Please Provide Explanation Of Urgency
ITEM: Approval for the Director of Community Development to enter into agreements wit h
CodePros, LLC, Eagle Eye Consulting Engineers, and Townzen & Associates, Inc. for bu il ding
department services. The amount of each contract w il l not exceed $50,000 and no budget
amendments will be needed.
BACKGROUND: At this time, the Department of Community Development would like
authorization to use the MRSC Consultant Roster to select and enter into an agreement for
bu ilding department, as needed during the 2015-2016 calendar yea rs .
We anticipat e t hese services to be required to supplement the Department's bui lding and !Jlan
review responsibilities until such time as staffing levels more adequately meet the County's
needs.
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approval for the Director of Community Development to enter into agree ments with Code Pros,
LLC, Eagle Eye Consulting Engineers, and Townzen & Associates, Inc. for building de partment
services . The amou nt of each contract will not exceed $50, 000 and no budget amendments wi:J
be needed.
8/6/2015

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