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COMMISSIONERS COURT 722 Moody, County Courthouse, Galveston, TX 77550 (409) 766-2244

Mark Henry, Ryan Dennard ,Kevin O’Brien, Stephen Holmes, Ken Clark

County Judge Commissioner, Precinct 1 Commissioner, Precinct 2 Commissioner, Precinct 3 Commissioner, Precinct 4
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AGENDA

November 26, 2013 – 1:30 PM


CONSENT AGENDA: ALL ITEMS MARKED WITH A SINGLE ASTERISK (*) ARE PART OF THE CONSENT AGENDA AND REQUIRE NO DELIBERATION BY THE COMMISSIONERS COURT. ANY COMMISSIONERS COURT MEMBER MAY REMOVE AN ITEM FROM THIS AGENDA TO BE CONSIDERED SEPARATELY.


In accordance with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), persons in need of a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding shall, within three (3) days prior to any proceeding contact the County Judge’s office at 722 Moody, Galveston, Texas 77550 (409) 766-2244.


REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING


Call to Order
 
Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
 
Consent Agenda
 
*1.
 Submitted by Auditor's Office:
 
a.
 Approval of Accounts Payable Checks dated 11/19 and 11/26/13
 
b.
 Order for Payroll period ending 11/20/13 Bi-Weekly #24
 
c.
 Order for Supplemental payroll period ending 11/20/13 Bi-Weekly #24
 
d.
 Internal Audit Report of Constable, Precinct 8 for period of 10/25-28/2013
 
e.
 Audit FY2013 Chapter 59 Asset Forfeiture Report for period of 10/1/12 - 9/30/13
 
f.
 District Clerk's request for increase in change fund for the offices located at the League City Annex 
g.
 Consideration of acceptance of donation of $100.00 from City of League City submitted by Parks & Senior Services, and the County Auditor's certification
 
h.
 Consideration of acceptance of donation of $1,345.68 from the inaugural garage sale benefitting seniors submitted by Parks & Senior Services, and the County Auditor's certification
 
i.
 Consideration of acceptance of donation of $2,265.00 from the seniors health fair submitted by Parks and Senior Services, and the County Auditor's certifcation.
 
j.
 Certification of Revenues Pursuant to Local Code Section 111.0706: Refund check for the TWIA proceeds received by Galveston County after the closing of several properties. Funds returned to FEMA and credited to the Galveston County account
 
*2.
 Receive and file Summary of Bi-Weekly Personnel Movements pay period #23, October 24 - November 6, 2013 submitted by Human Resources.
*3.
 Receive and file Notice pursuant to H.B. 3059, Section 366.005 of Texas-New Mexico Power Company providing utility service to Galveston County submitted by the County Judge.

*4.
 Consideration for approval for zero cost change order with DataBank IMX for the inclusion of 10 named WorkView licenses, submitted by County Judge.
 
*5.
 Consideration of acceptance of donation to the Sheriff's Office from Shell Pipeline Company, LP, submitted by the Sheriff.
 
*6.
 Receive and file FY 2012-2013 Fourth Quarter Investment Report submitted by the County Treasurer.

*7.
 Consideration of a Resolution honoring the retirement of Jane Cherry from the County Judge’s Office submitted by County Legal.
 
*8.
 Consideration of a Resolution honoring the retirement of Detective Claude W. “Bill” Collins from the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office submitted by County Legal.
 
*9.
 Receive and file Settlement letter of small claim from Claimant Chris Longoria submitted by Legal.
 
*10.
 Consideration of execution of an interlocal agreement with the City of League City - Congregate Meal Grant Program for fiscal year 2014, submitted by the Parks & Senior Services Depatment.
 
*11.
 Consideration of approval of Research Development and Consulting Services Subscripton by Info Tech Research Group submitted by Information Technology.
 
*12.
 Consideration of approval of a renewal contract with Sungard Public Sector for annual OSSI software maintenance submitted by Information Technology.
 
*13.
 Consideration of approval of hosting maintenance agreement between Citation Solutions Inc & Galveston County Parks Department by Citation Solutions submitted by Information Technology.
 


*14.
 Consideration of approval of Extended Support for Dell Power Edge M600 service tag: 84VTPH1 by SHI Govt Solutions submitted by Information Technology.
 
*15.
 Consideration of approval of KoaHills change order for One Solution upgrade submitted by Information Technology.
 
*16.
 Consideration to authorize an extension on the following RFP submitted by the Purchasing Agent:
 
a.
 RFP #B082020 Inmate Telephone Services
 
*17.
 Consideration of the following Budget Amendment submitted by Professional Services Director:
 
a.
 13-095-1126-A
Justice Administration - Law Library
Request an intradepartmental transfer to cover overage on P-Card expenditures for the fiscal year 2013.
 
*18.
 Consideration of acceptance of the Texas Department of Public Safety Urban Areas Securities Initiative Grant for FY2013 as submitted by the Grants Manager.
 
*19.
 Consideration of granting authority to County Judge to sign Trustee's Deed on the following tax foreclosed property submitted by the County Judge:
 
a.
 CAD#: 5182-0128-0001-002
 
*20.
 Request for Waiver or Refund of Penalty and Interest due to Clerical Error by the P & I Committee submitted by the Tax Assessor/ Collector:
 
a.
 Brenda Carlton
6240-0157-0012-000
2011 $115.18
2012 $85.60

6240-0157-0012-000
2011 $49.13
2012 $36.50
 
b.
 Lana Kress
4954-0001-0039-000
2010 $434.83
 
c.
 Sarah Poteet
6375-0000-0659-000
2012 $206.70
 
d.
 Edward & Lynn Shahady
3390-0002-0050-000
2012 $8.32
 
e.
 Ganjjan Singh
0071-0024-0000-000
2012 $634.42
 
Action Agenda
 
21.
 Community Services
 
a.
 Consideration of executing the following contracts submitted by the Community Services Director:
 
1.
 Contract between Galveston County and Peninsula Emergency Medical Services, Inc for Emergency Medical Services
 
2.
 Contract between Galveston County, Galveston County Children's Services Board, and Advocacy Center for intervening in case of suspected child abuse/neglect and to coordinate the various governmental entities 

3.
 Contract between Galveston County, Galveston County Children's Services Board, and Resolve It, Inc. to help fund an intervention and support program for at-risk youth
 
b.
 Discussion of status of CDBG Round 1 and Round 2.2 Non-housing Infrastructure Projects submitted by the CDBG Project Coordinator.
 
22.
 County Auditor
 
a.
 Submission of County Auditor's Certification of Refund Check for TWIA proceeds and request approval of acceptance of the refund.
 
23.
 District Clerk
 
a.
 Consideration of approval of Consulting and Technical Support Services Agreement with E-nnovations Technologies and Marketing, LLC, to develop custom software and imaging services for the District Clerk, providing an optical character recognition (OCR) search engine tool and public web interface for immigration and naturalization records maintained by the District Clerk submitted by the District Clerk.
 
24.
 Housing Department
 
a.
 Consideration of executing the Tri-Party agreements between Galveston County, the contractors, and homeowners participating in the Severe Repetitive Loss (SRL) Program for the following addresses submitted by the Grants Manager:
 
1.
 36 Lazy Lane

Kemah, TX
 
2.
 300 Courtlandt Place

Friendswood, TX
 
25.
 Parks & Senior Services
 
a.
 Consideration of authorizing the County Judge to execute a revised contract with Halff Associates, Inc. for Topographical Survey of 64 acre tract of Land called Edgewater Park, Section 2, in Bacliff, TX.
 
26.
 Professional Services
 
a.
 Consideration of the following Budget Amendments:
 
1.
 14-022-1126-A
Community Services
Request an intradepartmental transfer to fund agreement with Friends For Life Guardianship Services for fiscal year 2014.
 
2.
 14-023-1126-B
Director of Professional Services
Request to fund cell phone allowances - Guardianship Program through February 2014.
 
3.
 14-024-1126-C
Fleet Management
Request to fund replacement of two vehicles which were involved in accidents.
 
4.
 14-025-1126-D
Parks and Senior Citizens
Request for revenue and expenditure line item budgets for Senior Citizens donations.
 
27.
 Purchasing
 
a.
 Consideration of price increase on the following RFP:
 
1.
 RFP #B122001 Transportation of Dead Human Bodies


Adjourn


WORKSHOP AGENDA
 
1.
 Discussion regarding criminal case tracking in Odyssey case management system.
 
2.
 Discussion of medical space lease at F.M. 646 and Gulf Freeway, League City.
 

Appearances before Commissioners Court


A speaker whose subject matter as submitted relates to an identifiable item of business on this agenda will be requested by the County Judge or other presiding court members to come to the podium where they will be limited to three minutes (3). A speaker whose subject matter as submitted does not relate to an identifiable item of business on this agenda will be limited to three minutes (3) and will be allowed to speak before the meeting is adjourned. Please arrive prior to the meeting and sign in with the County Clerk.

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