BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS

March 14, 2000

Chairperson John Bolender called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. Commissioners Cynthia D. Olsen and Mary Jo Cady were in attendance.

C O R R E S P O N D E N C E

 

SEWER PROJECT IN ALLYN

A letter was received from Geri Ross concerned about loss of view and valuation of property due to project in the area. Copy forwarded to Department of Community Development.

 

SQUAXIN ISLAND TRIBE

The Squaxin Island Tribe submitted a copy of their 1999 annual report.

 

B U S I N E S S

 

BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING CHANGE

The Board will be attending the Washington State Association of Counties Western District Meeting in Bellingham on April 6, 2000.

Cmmr. Bolender announced he would be attending a Washington Counties Insurance Fund meeting at Yakima on April 13.

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to change the Board of Health meeting from April 6 to April 13. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

CONSOLIDATED SERVICES CONTRACT

Harris Haertel, Probation Services Administrator, explained the Juvenile Court makes application to the State of Washington for funding to offset the costs associated with handling juvenile matters in Mason County. Prior to sending in the application they encourage and seek out feedback from different members of the community. They also seek information from the local law and justice advisory group known as the Criminal Justice Working Team and the public health and safety network known as the Community Network.

Mr. Haertel announced the State of Washington Division of Juvenile Rehabilitation has approved the Countys application in the amount of $298,363. The Consolidated Juvenile Services (CJS) program has two at risk youth programs. One program is designed as a preventative mode or Diversion and the other is designed at the higher end or Intensive CaseLoad. They will provide: Community Accountability Boards made up of citizen volunteers who have been trained and are providing support through the office to hear matters that are not referred directly to the Court, but statutorily referred by the Prosecuting Attorneys office to a diversion board. They also provide a service called the Special Sex Offender Disposition Alternative referred to as SSODA. This program provides assessment and treatment for first time sex offender juvenile offenders who are adjudicated. Another service is the Community Juvenile Accountability Act referred to as CJAA. The funds are specifically designed for aggression replacement training to moderate and high-risk youth that have scored on statewide risk assessment as having difficulties with their interpersonal relationships and aggression. The Chemical Dependency Disposition Alternative (CDDA) provides the court with a sentencing option for chemically dependent youth. The youth have been assessed as chemically dependent. The Court has the option to require treatment vs. incarceration or a combination. It has opened discussion regarding what shall they do about moving toward, if possible, a drug court.

The total amount of money $298,363 is broken into five different categories in the following approximate amounts: CJS $123,307; SSODA $32,129; CJAA $53,989; CDDA $33,073; HB 3900 $55,565.

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded to authorize the chair to sign the interlocal agreement between the juvenile rehabilitation administration and Mason County Juvenile Court for the 1999/2001 biennium in the amount not to exceed $298,363. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

LODGING TAX BUDGET

Mike Byrne, Tourism & Recreation, presented the Mason County Lodging Tax Committees recommendation for distribution of funds and approval of their budget for year 2000 as follow: Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce $9,200; North Mason Chamber of Commerce $12,130; Mason County Convention Center/Fairgrounds $11,000; South Hood Canal Business Association $3,300 for a total of $35,630. It was also recommended allocations be approved and funds disbursed as they become available. The balance of revenue would be allocated to the reserve fund for Mason County Tourism Plan and the implementation of the Plan. The current cash on hand for the Hotel/Motel Fund is $13,668.50. In the reserve for the Plan and Implementation is $21,356.11. It was noted there were two payments received in January and February of $1,626. The total resources is $41,049.92 of which $19,693.00 is unreserved and could be allocated out to the user groups.

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded that they disburse per the lodging tax committee $9,200 for Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce; North Mason Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center $12,130; Mason County Convention Center/Fairgrounds $11,000; South Hood Canal Business Association $3,300 for a total of $35,630. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

FEMA STATE & LOCAL ASSISTANCE CONTRACT

Joe Murray, Department of Emergency Management, presented a federal grant referred to as State Local Assistance Grant. It is an annual process they go through. Annually a statement of work is submitted to the state and is based on federal and state mandated requirements as well as normal operating activities throughout the year regarding various family preparedness, community preparedness and disaster response and recovery activities. That period is the federal fiscal year which covers 10/1/99 - 9/30/2000. The statement of work has been submitted to the state and found in compliance by the state. Mr. Murray presented the contract before the Board for signature. The Prosecutor has reviewed and signed the document.

 

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to approve and authorize the chair to sign the state local assistance grant contract through the State Department of Emergency Management and Mason County. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

SHORELINE SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT/CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - NELSON

Allan Borden, Planner, presented the staff report on Harry Nelsons proposal to place 200 cubic yards of material to improve a site for RV use along Case Inlet.

 

The Planning Staff recommended approval with the following conditions:

 

1) All excavation materials and soils exposed to erosion by all phases of construction shall be stabilized and protected by seeding, mulching or other effective means, (such as replanting the area at the margin of the fill), both during and after construction.

 

2) The applicant shall follow the specifications of the project proposal, including water and erosion control and the profile of the proposed fill.

 

The applicant shall comply with the policies and regulations of the Shoreline Management Act and Mason County Shoreline Master Program and Mason County Health Department for all work proposed.

 

Cmmr. Cady referred to Condition #3 and proposed to put a period after Mason County Health Department and scratch "for all work proposed", because that would include just the time they are doing the work.

 

Cmmr. Olsen suggested adding to Condition #3 the Mason County Building Department also for permits needed.

 

Cmmr. Bolender asked for clarification on Page 2, Section 7, which refers to a requirement for a Mason County Grading Permit. He questioned if the applicant is only moving 200 yards of material why does he need a grading permit.

 

Mr. Borden stated the threshold is 200 cubic yards and the estimated amount of grading is slightly above that amount.

 

3) The applicant shall comply with the policies and regulations of the Shoreline Management Act and Mason County Shoreline Master Program and Mason County Health Department and Mason County Building Department for all permits.

 

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to approve the shoreline substantial development/conditional use permit for Harry Nelson SHR #2000-00006 with the three conditions as amended. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to approve the findings of fact for Harry Nelson to be signed by the chairperson when the modification is made on condition #3. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

TAX TITLE PROPERTY

Dorene Rae, Treasurer, informed the Board the County has received a request from an individual to purchase a parcel of tax title land (Parcel 32309-50-03002). The Engineer, Planning Department and Community Development have reviewed the parcel and determined that it is surplus to their needs.

 

The Treasurer recommended it be surplused and returned to the tax roles.

 

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded to surplus Parcel #32309-50-03002. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

The Clerk was directed to prepare a memo to proceed with the surplus of property.

 

 

 

 

 

CERTIFICATION 0F ROAD FUND EXPENDITURES

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to certify the road fund expenditures for the traffic law enforcement. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION

Assumption License; Privileges Applied For: Grocery Store Beer/Wine; Applicants: Kook & Sun Hwang; From: Mike & Geri Purvis dba Hood Canal Grocery.

Assumption License; Privileges Applied For: Private Club Spirits/Beer/Wine; Applicants: Fraternal Order of Eagles "North Mason #4226; From: Fraternal Order of Eagles North Mason Aerie #4226 dba North Mason Aerie #4226.

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded there are no objections to the Assumption License; Privileges Applied For: Grocery Store Beer/Wine; Applicants: Kook & Sun Hwang; From: Mike & Geri Purvis dba Hood Canal Grocery. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded there are no objections to Assumption License; Privileges Applied For: Private Club Spirits/Beer/Wine; Applicants: Fraternal Order of Eagles "North Mason #4226; From: Fraternal Order of Eagles North Mason Aerie #4226 dba North Mason Aerie #4226. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

VETERANS ASSISTANCE APPLICATIONS

George W. Roberts VFW 1694 - $111.97

Laura L. (Coster) Pecoraro VFW 1694 Housing $400.00

The Veterans Assistance Screening Committee is recommending approval on the above listed applications totaling $511.97.

 

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded to approve the veterans assistance applications as recommended by the Veterans Assistance Screening Committee as listed above. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-ay;e O-aye.

 

ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE KID DAY PROCLAMATION

The Board read aloud a proclamation on behalf of Camp Fire Boys & Girls Club that March 16, 2000 be proclaimed Absolutely Incredible Kid Day.

 

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to declare March 16, 2000 as Absolutely Incredible Kid Day in Mason County. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

SHORELINE SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT/CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CONT.

Shandra OHaleck, Planner, presented the Tri Vo proposal for an after-the-fact permit to repair a road and stabilize a slope located at the end of Sunset Road overlooking Oakland Bay.

 

The Planning Staff recommended approval with the following conditions:

 

1) Applicant acknowledges that this permit is only for slope stabilization. Any additional work on the site, including grading and fill on the sites, further upgrading of the road system to meet the requirements of Title 16.38.022 (roads), and installation of utilities will need to be addressed under a comprehensive shoreline permit. This comprehensive permit should also include the identification of building envelopes to ensure the safe placement of homes, septic systems and wells. Any development will need to be sited so that bulkheading of the shoreline will not be necessary and that individual docks will be minimized.

 

2) Removal of vegetation should be kept to a minimum and all vegetation within 50 feet of the shoreline should be retained. All upland areas disturbed or newly created by construction activities shall be seeded and vegetated.

 

3) Applicant shall comply with the Roadway and Site Grading Plan, dated August 13, 1999, by Skillings & Connolly, Consulting Engineers. Any revision to this plan will need to be reviewed by Mason County Public Works.

 

4) The applicant shall comply with the specifications and conditions of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Hydraulic Project Approval issued for this project.

 

5) A US Army Corps of Engineers Permit or Exemption May be required prior to the performance of any activities waterward of the Ordinary High Water Mark.

 

6) Water quality is not to be degraded to the detriment of the aquatic environment as a result of this project.

 

7) Temporary erosion control measures must be implemented to prevent water quality degradation of adjacent waters.

 

8) The proposed project must be consistent with all applicable policies and other provisions of the Shoreline Management Act, its rules, and the Mason County Shoreline Master Program.

 

Cmmr. Cady referred to Condition #1 " . . . This comprehensive permit . . ." is more instructions to whoever issues the permit. "Should" is listed instead of "must."

 

The Board discussed that it should stay in the condition.

 

Diane Cooper, Taylor Shellfish and Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Association expressed they have concerns for the project historically. Historically the area has been unstable. They have had resource damage in the past from the area. In her testimony to the Shorelines Advisory Board she indicated her concerns as being twofold. One, the physical impacts to the resource; and two, the process itself. The process appears to be piecemeal or segmented review of an intended development. She believed the Growth Management Act, the Shoreline Management Act, the State Environmental Policy Act all clearly outright prohibit piecemeal development or review.

 

They would not object to the proposal, in fact they would recommend it be approved because it will stabilize the area. If they do not object, they are almost defacto saying future development is okay. In the environmental check list they indicate a subdivision will be developed. They would not object to the proposal, given as it is in the time and location. They would object to future development of the 26 lots. There May potentially be lots present, which could be developed, and they would have to review those.

 

She questioned if the staff will go back to look at this permit when somebody comes in for a grading permit of a lot or building permits. That is part of the problem with piecemeal development and review. She thought there is a statutory requirement for comprehensive review to prevent these little pieces slowly, randomly and sporadically developing along the shoreline. They would like to prevent little pieces slowly and randomly developing along the shoreline. The resource of Oakland Bay is significant and provides the countrys bulk of manila clams. That is something Mason County should be proud of and should protect. It is something that needs to be looked at carefully when these kind of proposals come in. They are not objecting to development provided that its sited suitably, it is environmentally benign, and it is adequately monitored and reviewed.

 

Cmmr. Bolender asked if Mrs. Cooper would be acceptable of the proposal for the stabilization in context with the overall site development plan.

 

Mrs. Cooper concurred.

 

Cmmr. Olsen asked if there is a way through the permitting tidemark system to flag the individual lots with the information.

 

Mrs. OHaleck stated, yes, they use parcel sites.

 

The Board discussed the regulations in place for landslide hazard areas require, even if lots were done individually, a geotech review and sign off. There May be many of those lots that might not be buildable. An overall geotech review initially would show how many sites are potentially good sites for building. This development was done in the 1920s. There May be areas that are not acceptable for septic.

 

Bob Connolly, Skillings & Connolly, stated this area was developed in 1926 as individual lots. They are making the area more stable. He asked that they remember there are individual lots and people can buy them individually and keep them for a length of time without doing anything. There is an existing road without a turn around. The developer had problems with the selling of the lots and he determined he could do some improvements to enhance the salability of the lots by putting in roads with a turn around and drainage. He was basically asking to improve from what was present. It could have been done as a homeowners association.

 

Mr. Connolly noted it is a difficult site. The stability is the soils on top of a hard pan dense material. It is basically an instability of the upper several feet of soils that tend to move.

 

He stressed this is not a development. It is a repair of existing conditions on many different lots. The applicant is accomplishing it at the same time rather than one lot at a time. The condition, which they have a concern with, is condition #1 requiring the comprehensive shoreline permit for all lots. This is difficult to know when someone will do something on a lot. It could be 20 years or six months. When they look at the building pad where the house will be located, it could be in different places on the lots. They also have to take a look as if all the lots were sold. The first person that comes in for a building permit will be required to have a comprehensive permit for 26 lots. He suggested in condition #1 " . . .installation of utilities will need to be addressed under a comprehensive shoreline permit. . ." It was suggested to change that to comprehensive or individual shoreline permits. It might be a builder that goes in and does four lots.

 

Mr. Tri Vo, applicant, voiced that he is new to the County and is here to comply with the law. He wanted to clarify that there are 26 different tax parcels. In checking with the County the lots were legally recorded. Two building permits had been approved that the previous builder/owner did not build.

 

He does not want to be penalized for coming in to try and repair. He is committed to doing it the right way.

 

The Board questioned when Skillings & Connolly prepared their report.

 

Mr. Vo responded it was completed in the fall of 1999.

 

Don Liss, E 840 Sunset Road, stated he is on the road that the applicants property is on. He expressed concern about the project. He stated he was an operating engineer for 30 years so he knows a little about roads, grading, and sanitary sewer systems from a hands on approach. He understood that Mr. Tri Vo was going to make a place for his family. He realized there was approximately 3,000 yards of earth moved and placed down in the ravine. In the sediment basin area a slope was left. The slope was supposed to be 1.5 to 1 (for every foot of vertical the toe goes out 18") In some places it is virtually vertical. The material that was put in was estimated at 5,000 yards by a civil engineer. None of it was compacted and he understood it was supposed to be compacted every 18" with a roller for a 90% compaction. Nothing was done to catch the toe of the slope. No rock or concrete bulkhead was put down. No ditch dug with drainfield and oversize rock put in.

 

Mr. Liss stated if he owned the property he would try to get something back from it or make it the way he could use it. He stated he couldnt understand why they went in and started digging. He was concerned if the Board approves the permit it will be one more link in the chain toward developing the lots. He felt there is a constant problem of water drainage and the bank sliding. There has been a lot of material moved there and a lot of changing with the road has been done and it wasnt done satisfactorily.

 

Mr. Connolly stated he has done a lot of individual homes along the Puget Sound. He agreed with Mr. Liss that if no engineering is done on a site and someone just builds a house there could be problems. This is something reviewed by the County when you go in for a building permit within 200 of shoreline to complete extra engineering studies. Typically, they put together a drainage plan for each individual lot and a package where foundations are designed by structural engineers to ensure the house is on a stable structure. Also, grading is done individually for each lot.

 

In response to the comments by Mr. Liss, he stated he does not see this project sliding into the shore. He has worked with Mr. Tri Vo and he does quality work. He was not part of the project when Mr. Tri Vo started some of his grading. He was called in after the fact to stabilize the project to ensure things were done properly. There was approximately 5,000 yards of material taken out and a geologist has studied the material. It has been compacted and stair stepped in. It has been in place over the winter and is still stable. The project is not complete, but due to weather factors and to minimize the amount of work they pulled the material out and stair stepped it in. Someone has been paying county taxes for the lots.

 

Mr. Tri Vo responded they started last summer and came back with the equipment to remove the blocking debris that had been sitting there since the previous owner had worked there. Mr. Vo took responsibility for the contractors work. He hired an engineer to design the four lots and comprehensive plan for the whole project. They also had a geologist to submit a report to the County.

 

Gary Yando, Director of Community Development, stated there was an emergency permit, which was conducted back in October or November of 1999. The work was originally complete without the necessary permits. The permits were issued after the fact to correct the issues, which came up as a result of the work being done. He understood that was when Mr. Tri Vo retained the services of Skillings & Connolly. They were involved with Mr. Neff , Allan Tahja and himself at the design. There is a letter that refers to that.

 

Mr. Yando interjected that Mr. Tri Vo bought the property from Mr. Friend. Around approximately 1993 or 1994. Mr. Friend had an agreement that Fairview Drive as platted was not able to be constructed because of the contours. The County agreed with moving the road down further where it would be more level and less problems. The road is actually located down further than originally platted. Mr. Friend was only to work on the first six lots on the subdivision. The original agreement was no additional work was to be undertaken or completed because of the concerns surrounding the landslide areas and the erosion of the bank.

 

He suggested that if the Board approves the project, it is only for the stabilization of those first six lots plus whatever additional stabilization has to be done to the other 20 lots. It is important that the conditions stated in #1 be a condition of the permit. The agreement was to first settle any issues with the first six lots until they go into the remainder 20 lots.

 

Cmmr. Bolender interjected the project primarily falls outside of the first six lots and is the entire road. The issue of the previous owner was an incremental approach based on the topography, only for the first six lots. The application before the Board facilitates the opening of the rest of the lots without the original issues on lots 1 6 being addressed.

 

Mrs. OHaleck added that is why they want to place condition #1 on the project.

 

Mr. Yando stressed the reason the Board is looking at the application is Mr. Vo secured an emergency permit originally and the shoreline permit before the Board, if approved, it would remove the emergency permit.

 

Cmmr. Cady asked how the project qualifies as a road repair if it has never been in the location it is in now.

 

Bob Connolly clarified the original 1926 plat had an easement for the road which is uphill from where it presently exists. The road is there and also has an easement, which is described and recorded previously. The road shown on the plan exists there since John Friend in 1990 or 1991.

 

The Board discussed there May be a disclosure issue with what happened in the transaction between Mr. Friend and Mr. Vo. It might be something the Board needs to look back through to see what conditions were there. It is the same kind of question about future permits.

 

Don Liss understood it is Lots 11 - 18 that currently are the problem areas. There is a lower and upper road in the area. He stated he lives on the road and he was concerned that there was not a compactor on the site and there was some dirt that never was removed.

 

Tri Vo, Applicant, stated they could go back to Public Works Department as they were on site and inspected the project. When the emergency permit was issued they went back and fixed the project site. Mr. Liss was correct that originally there was work undone. Mr. Vo stated he bought 26 lots. Before he purchased his property he met with the County and there was a confirmation from the Pubic Works Department on the roadway. A determination of mitigation had been issued and the road was built. It was more than just a logging road. There was storm drainage and a culvert placed.

 

Cmmr. Cady referred to a letter from Department of Ecology that discusses Phases 1 3 and noted it is not clear what portion of the proposal is being addressed at this time. It was asked if the permit is only for Phase I, or if the stabilization is a result of some subset of Phase I work. There was reference that information provided by the applicant indicates the proposal includes not only stabilization of the area, which has been denuded and graded; but also for the grading and placement of fill on all the lots in the subdivision. Cmmr. Cady stated this is her concern From the answers on the checklist, it indicates there will be grading and placement of fill on all the lots in the subdivision. There was no reference in the staff report that talks about Phase 1 3.

 

Mr. Yando wanted to clarify that the project is a roadway and bank stabilization. The emergency permit was issued to complete something that wouldnt cause a problem over the winter months.

 

Don Liss asked that the Board go out on site and review the proposal.

 

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to continue the hearing for the Shoreline Substantial Development/Conditional Use Permit for Tri Vo to April 11, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

WARRANTS APPROVED

FUND NAME

WARRANT

AMOUNT

NUMBER(S)

Claims Clearing

Claims Clearing

Salary Clearing

7657-7786

7787-7841

102402-102622

$402,062.29

$957.22

$142,439.00

LEASE AGREEMENT VICTOR IMPROVEMENT CLUB, INC.

Gary Yando, Director of Community Development, recommended the Board approve a lease agreement between the Victor Improvement Club, Inc. and Mason County. It would allow Mason County use of their property on SR302 to install, operate and maintain the Victor Pump Station, a part of the North Bay/Case Inlet Water Reclamation and Collection System. Mason County is required to connect at no charge a gravity line to the Victor Improvement Club building to the proposed sewer line and that for the length of the lease agreement (26 years); all monthly and connection charges will be waived.

 

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to sign the easement agreement between the Victor Improvement Club and Mason County wherein Mason County is provided authorization to use a portion of their property on SR 302, near the Victor Fire Station No. 1, for the purpose of installing, operating and maintaining the Victor pump station, a part of the North Bay/Case Inlet Water Reclamation and Collection System. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

WARRANTY DEED

Mr. Yando asked for approval of a warranty deed for Richard E. Doak at 1281 W. Skokomish Valley Road, Shelton, WA. This is part of the acquisition process under the Hazard Mitigation grant program. He requested the Board authorize the chairperson to sign the Warranty Deed; Real Estate Excise Tax Affidavit and also the Addendum to the agreement. The documents have been reviewed and signed by the Prosecutors office.

 

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded to authorize the chair to sign the warranty deed, real estate excise tax affidavit and the addendum for Richard Doak at 1281 W Skokomish Valley Road, Shelton, as part of the Hazard Mitigation grant program. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

CRP 1638 - 1665

Public Works Director Jerry Hauth, requested approval of CRP 1638 - 1665 for the 2000 asphalt-paving program. These are a number of roads and road segments which have been identified throughout the county and should be given some consideration for inclusion in the 2000 asphalt overlay program.

 

There was discussion on whether it is essential for putting the projects forward this year for CRP Nos. 1656 1662 for Island Lake Manor. Public Works noted that due to distress in the context of cracking and edges breaking down it is necessary to take care of the problem before the costs become substantial for maintenance.

 

Cmmr. Bolender stated he was not convinced that the roads are over the threshold to place them on the project list and will not support it at this time.

 

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded the Board execute a resolution approving CRP Nos. 1638 through 1665 for the 2000 asphalt paving program. Motion carried unanimously. B-nay; C-aye; O-aye. Resolution No. 18A-00. (Exhibit A)

 

CALL FOR BIDS - ASPHALT PAVING

Cmmr. Cady/Olsen moved and seconded to authorize Department of Public Works to advertise for bid opening on April 4, 2000 at 9:45 a.m. for the Mason County 2000 asphalt paving program and authorize the chairperson to execute all pertinent documents. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

CALL FOR BIDS RADIO MAINTENANCE SERVICE

Dave Loser, Equipment, Rental and Revolving Fund Manager, asked for authority to call for bids for radio maintenance service. The existing contract is expiring and it is necessary to secure services for the communication equipment installed in county vehicles and equipment.

 

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded to authorize the Equipment Rental and Revolving Fund Manager to call for bids for radio maintenance services for April 11, 2000 to March 31, 2001 extendable for up to two additional years as requested. Date and time of opening to be April 11, 2000 at 9:15 a.m. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

POST FOR QUOTES - ROAD OIL TRUCKS AND TRAILERS, TANK CLEANING

Mr. Loser requested the Board authorize to post for quotes for cleaning the interiors of the four tanks and dispose of the waste generated.

 

Cmmr. moved and seconded to authorize the Equipment Rental and Revolving Fund Manager to utilize the post for quotes/telephone bid procedures to contract for tank cleaning services. Not to exceed $10,000 without board approval. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

CALL FOR BIDS END DUMP TRAILER

The Board was presented a request to call for bids to purchase a heavy-duty end dump trailer and hydraulic system.

 

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded to authorize the ER&R Fund Manager to call for bids to furnish Mason County with one (1) used 32' - 34' steel, end dump trailer with hydraulic system as requested. Date and time for bid opening to be Tuesday the 4th day of April, 2000 at 10:00 a.m. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

VETERANS ASSISTANCE

Cmmr. Olsen/Cady moved and seconded to approve the veterans assistance application for Pat Smith in the amount of $400.00 for housing as recommended by the Veterans Assistance Screening Committee. Motion carried unanimously. B-aye; C-aye; O-aye.

 

ADJOURNED

The regular meeting adjourned at 11:33 a.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTEST:

 

 

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Rebecca S. Rogers

Clerk of the Board

 

 

 

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON

 

 

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John A. Bolender, Chairperson

 

 

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Mary Jo Cady, Commissioner

 

 

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Cynthia D. Olsen, Commissioner