AGENDA

MONTGOMERY COUNTY LEGISLATURE
Regular Meeting
November 28, 2017
Tuesday
7:00 PM
Legislative Chambers, Montgomery County Office Bldg, 64 Broadway, Fonda, NY



I. Call to Order

II. Roll Call of Members

III. Salute to the Flag

IV. Moment of Silence

V. Public Comment and Presentation

     A. Public Comment

     B. Presentations 

  • SKEO
  • Kim Graff - Minaville Firefighter
  • Johanna DelCostello - Montgomery County Employee
  • Convoy for a Cause - Richard Kennedy

VI. Communications

VII. Approval of Minutes

VIII. Acceptance of Budgetary Transfers

IX. Acceptance of Procurement Record

X. Old Business

  • Resolution 237 of 2017 - Resolution Amending the 2017 Operating Budget - Medical Fees (Coroner)

XI. New Business

       A. Resolutions
       B. Other   

XII. Adjournment



Proposed Resolutions

Res. #Sponsor/SecondRecommendation
237

RESOLUTION AMENDING THE 2017 OPERATING BUDGET - MEDICAL FEES (CORONER)

Isabel/Headwell, Jr.Move to Full Legislature
247

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN AGREEMENT FOR DESIGN SERVICES- AMERICAN ART ABOVE GROUND STORAGE COLLECTION FEASIBILITY STUDY (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)

Wilson/Headwell, Jr.Move to Full Legislature
248

RESOLUTION SCHEDULING PUBLIC HEARING – MONTGOMERY COUNTY AGRICULTURE AND FARMLAND PROTECTION PLAN (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)

Kelly/Headwell, Jr.Move to Full Legislature
249

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR “I LOVE NEW YORK” TOURISM PROMOTION MATCHING GRANT FUNDS (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT/PLANNING & TOURISM)

Kelly/PepeMove to Full Legislature
250

RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF APPLICATIONS THROUGH THE 2017 RESTORE NY COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE MUNICIPAL GRANT PROGRAM-EXIT 29 REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)

Pepe/WilsonMove to Full Legislature
251

RESOLUTION FOR PROPERTY OWNER REQUEST TO BE INCLUDED WITHIN MONTGOMERY COUNTY CERTIFIED AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT 2 AND AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT 3 (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)

Pepe/KellyMove to Full Legislature
252

RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBER TO MONTGOMERY COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND CAPITAL RESOURCE CORPORATION (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)

Headwell, Jr./WilsonMove to Full Legislature
253

RESOLUTION AMENDING 2017 OPERATING BUDGET – NY CONNECTS GRANT (SOCIAL SERVICES)

Kelly/WilsonMove to Full Legislature
254

RESOLUTION TO AMEND 2017 BUDGET AND ESTABLISH PART-TIME FRAUD INVESTIGATORS (SOCIAL SERVICES)

Pepe/PurtellMove to Full Legislature
255

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN AGREEMENT - EASTERN MEDICAL SUPPORT, LLC. (SHERIFF)

Wilson/PepeMove to Full Legislature
256

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT WITH MATRIX/ARAYA (PERSONNEL)

Wilson/PepeMove to Full Legislature
257

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - DELTA DENTAL (PERSONNEL)

Headwell, Jr./PepeMove to Full Legislature
258

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - EMPIRE BLUE CROSS (PERSONNEL)

Wilson/Headwell, Jr.Move to Full Legislature
259

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - HAYLOR, FREYER & COON FOR HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFIT ADMINISTRATION (PERSONNEL)

Pepe/Headwell, Jr.Move to Full Legislature
260

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH ADIRONDACK CABLING, INC. FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT

Purtell/SweetMove to Full Legislature
261

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH D & L UTILITY SERVICES FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT

Pepe/PurtellMove to Full Legislature
262

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH STANDARD COMMERCIAL INTERIORS FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT

Wilson/PurtellMove to Full Legislature
263

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO AMEND RESOLUTION #134 OF 2017 WHICH EXECUTED CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 WITH BAST HATFIELD FOR FMCC STUDENT UNION ADDITION/RENOVATION PROJECT

Pepe/SweetMove to Full Legislature
264

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH BISHOP BEAUDRY CONSTRUCTION FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT

Purtell/DimondMove to Full Legislature
265

RESOLUTION CHANGING THE DATE OF THE DECEMBER 2017 FULL LEGISLATURE MEETING (COUNTY LEGISLATURE)

Wilson/SweetMove to Full Legislature
266

RESOLUTION AMENDING THE 2017 OPERATING BUDGET - HISTORIC MARKER GRANT (HISTORY & ARCHIVES)

Kelly/WilsonMove to Full Legislature
267

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY TREASURER TO DISBURSE MORTGAGE TAX MONEY

Kelly/PurtellMove to Full Legislature
268

RESOLUTION APPROVING ABSTRACT OF AUDITED CLAIMS (COUNTY LEGISLATURE)

Dimond/KellyMove to Full Legislature
269

RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SALE OF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT (SHERIFF)

Kelly/SweetDid Not Go Through Committee
270

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN A CONTRACT WITH JMZ ARCHITECTS TO PREPARE DESIGN PLANS AND BID SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE FMCC CLASSROOM BUILDING RENOVATION PROJECT: PHASE I

Wilson/SweetDid Not Go Through Committee



Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 237 of 2017

DATED: October 24, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AMENDING THE 2017 OPERATING BUDGET - MEDICAL FEES (CORONER)


Resolution by Legislator: Isabel
Seconded by: Headwell, Jr.

WHEREAS, it is necessary to transfer funds into the medical fees appropriation line to cover expenses in the Coroner's Budget for autopsies and other fees,

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to amend the 2017 Operating Budget as follows:

TRANSFER FROM:     
A599 Appropriated Fund Balance  $25,000.00
     
TRANSFER TO:     
A-29-4-1185-00-.4436  Medical Fees $25,000.00

 

 

MOTION TO TABLE by Legislator Pepe, seconded by Legislator Purtell, passed with Aye(8). Legislator Isabel voted Nay. (10/24/2017)

MOTION TO REMOVE FROM TABLE by Legislator Pepe, seconded by Legislator Purtell, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)

MOTION TO AMEND by Legislator Pepe, seconded by Legislator Kelly, to change the RESOLVED clause as follows:

TRANSFER FROM:     

A-18-4-6010-00-.4471

Mileage Allocations $25,000.00
     
TRANSFER TO:     
A-29-4-1185-00-.4436  Medical Fees $25,000.00

 passed with Aye(9).(11/28/2017)

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

Additional funding needed for Coroners' expenses


II. Justification:

Outstanding bills without enough funding to pay


III. Legislative Impact:

Approval of Legislature to transfer funds from Fund Balance. Pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter the Montgomery County Legislature has the authority to make apprpriations.


IV. Financial Impact:

Additional funding of $25,000 needed to cover costs of autopsies for the remainder of 2017.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 247 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN AGREEMENT FOR DESIGN SERVICES- AMERICAN ART ABOVE GROUND STORAGE COLLECTION FEASIBILITY STUDY (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)


Resolution by Legislator: Wilson
Seconded by: Headwell, Jr.

WHEREAS, Resolution # 176 of 2017 accepted the grant funding award for the County, on behalf of the Arkell Museum, for their American Art Above Ground Storage Collection Feasibility Study project in the amount of $60,000 from the New York State Empire State Development (ESD); and

WHERAS, there will be a County share of $12,500 which will be paid by Arkell Museum, equaling a $72,500 project budget; and

WHEREAS, the county solicited RFP #05-17 and responses were received; and

WHEREAS, the Montgomery County above ground storage collection steering committee has reviewed all bids and recommends that contracts be awarded to the lowest, responsible, responsive bidder being:

_________________ for the Design Services Contract at a cost not to exceed $__________.

RESOLVED, the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizing an awarding contract to:

_________________ for the Design Services Contract at a cost not to exceed $___________.

FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County Executive, upon the review and approval of the County Attorney, is hereby authorized and directed to sign the aforementioned contract.

FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to amend the 2017 Operating Budget as follows:

INCREASE REVENUES:     
A-24-3-3789 Other Econ Assist & Opportunity $12,500
     
INCREASE APPROPRIATIONS:     
A-24-4-6430-00-.4431  Professional Services $12,500

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)

MOTION TO AMEND by Legislator Dimond, seconded by Legislator Pepe,

to change the following to reflect:

WHEREAS, the Montgomery County above ground storage collection steering committee has reviewed all bids and recommends that contracts be awarded to the lowest, responsible, responsive bidder being:

Gluckman Tang for the Design Services Contract at a cost not to exceed $72,500.

RESOLVED, the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizing an awarding contract to:

Gluckman Tang for the Design Services Contract at a cost not to exceed $72,500.

passed with Aye(9). Gluckman Tang $72,500(11/28/2017)

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

This resolution will authorize the County Executive to sign a contract for the firm hired on the Arkell Museum grant and amend the budget to reflect such.


II. Justification:

This will allow the County Executive to sign a contract for selected firm in aforementioned resolution.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter, the Montgomery County Legislature has the power to make appropriations.


IV. Financial Impact:

Resolution is budget neutral as revenues from the grant will offset the appropriations.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer
Economic Development/Planning Director




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 248 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION SCHEDULING PUBLIC HEARING – MONTGOMERY COUNTY AGRICULTURE AND FARMLAND PROTECTION PLAN (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)


Resolution by Legislator: Kelly
Seconded by: Headwell, Jr.

WHEREAS, agriculture in Montgomery County is a dominant driver of the local economy; and

WHEREAS, the success of local agricultural businesses is integral to the stability of Montgomery County’s employment base; and

WHEREAS, Montgomery County was awarded a New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets grant in order to update the over fifteen year old existing Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan; and

WHEREAS, the formulation and update of the County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plans is an important means of supporting agricultural businesses; and

WHEREAS, the duties of the Montgomery County Agriculture and Farmland Protection Board, established in accordance with Article 25-AA, Section 302, of the New York State Agriculture and Markets Law, include assessment and approval of County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plans; and

WHEREAS, the Montgomery County Agriculture and Farmland Protection Board has reviewed the draft County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan and has referred the plan to the County Legislature.

RESOLVED, the County Legislature hereby schedules a public hearing on the updated Montgomery County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan for December 19, 2017 at 6:55 pm in the Legislature Chambers 64 Broadway, Fonda, NY 12068; and

FURTHER RESOLVED, the Clerk of the County Legislature hereby is directed to cause legal notice of said Public Hearing to be published according to law.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

Resolution sets a public hearing date for the update of the Montgomery County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan.


II. Justification:

Public Hearing is required before the updated Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan can be adopted by the County Legislature.


III. Legislative Impact:

Article 25-AA, Section 302 of NYS Ag and Markets Law details the process for adoption of the updated Montgomery County Ag and Farmland Protection Plan.


IV. Financial Impact:

Cost of publication of the public hearing.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer
Economic Development/Planning Director




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 249 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR “I LOVE NEW YORK” TOURISM PROMOTION MATCHING GRANT FUNDS (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT/PLANNING & TOURISM)


Resolution by Legislator: Kelly
Seconded by: Pepe

RESOLVED, the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizes the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry (the County’s Tourism Promotion Agency) to submit an “I Love New York” Tourism Matching Funds Application, in an amount of $51,100 (projected local match of $25,500) for the County’s 2018 tourism and promotion programs.

FURTHER RESOLVED, the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizes the County Executive, following review and approval by the County Attorney to sign the applicaiton and any associated grant documents related to carrying out this resolution.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR “I LOVE NEW YORK” TOURISM PROMOTION MATCHING GRANT FUNDS


II. Justification:

The Montgomery County Legislature encourages and supports tourism promotion in Montgomery County.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 3 of the Charter the Montgomery County Excecutive has the authority to sign contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

Funds are made part of the 2018 Budget



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer
Economic Development/Planning Director




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 250 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF APPLICATIONS THROUGH THE 2017 RESTORE NY COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE MUNICIPAL GRANT PROGRAM-EXIT 29 REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)


Resolution by Legislator: Pepe
Seconded by: Wilson

WHEREAS, the Village Canajoharie and Montgomery County has an interest in revitalizing urban areas and stabilizing neighborhoods; and

WHEREAS, Montgomery County recognizes that the renewal of the these downtown areas throughout the County will strengthen the local economy and increase quality of life for residents; and

WHEREAS, the Village of Canajoharie desires to apply to the New York State Empire State Development Corporation, Restore NY Communities Initiative Municipal Grant Program to redevelop the former Beech Nut Nutrition Plant (Exit 29 Redevelopment Project) in the Village; and

WHEREAS, Montgomery County is owner of said site; and

WHEREAS, the Village of Canajoharie intends to file an application for $1 million and a special application request for $5 million dollars for the project; and

WHEREAS, the funding is a 10% minimum equity match grant program; and

WHEREAS, the administration of any grant will be completed by the Department of Economic Development and Planning.

RESOLVED, that Montgomery County, acting as governing body and owner of aforementioned site hereby supports the efforts of the Village of Canajoharie’s two application submissions for the 2017 Restore NY Communities Initiative Municipal Grant Program; and

FURTHER RESOLVED, that Montgomery County will provide the 10% equity match for the grant(s) that is required per grant regulations, in addition to the $500 application fee that is required per each grant.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

Resolution in support of  the New York State Empire State Development Corporation, Restore NY Communities Initiative Municipal Grant Program.


II. Justification:

The Restore NY Grant will provide regional benefits to the County in relation to the Exit 29 Redevelopment Project in the Village of Canajoharie.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 2 of the Montgomery County Charter the Montgomery County Legislature is the legislative body of Montgomery County. Further pursuant to Article 2 of the Montgomery County Charter the Montgomery County Legislature has the authority to make appropriations.


IV. Financial Impact:

Should grant funds be awarded a cash and in kind match of 10% of the project cost will need to be allocated.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer
Economic Development/Planning Director




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 251 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION FOR PROPERTY OWNER REQUEST TO BE INCLUDED WITHIN MONTGOMERY COUNTY CERTIFIED AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT 2 AND AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT 3 (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)


Resolution by Legislator: Pepe
Seconded by: Kelly

WHEREAS, Section 303-b of the New York State Agriculture and Markets Law established a mechanism on an annual basis for parcels of land comprised of predominately viable agricultural land to be included within the state’s agricultural Districts, and

WHEREAS, Section 303-b of the New York State Agriculture and Markets Law sets forth the requirement that the Legislative Body in every county in New York State with existing Agricultural Districts must designate an annual 30-day period during which landowners may apply for inclusion of their agriculturally viable land in the Agricultural Districts; and

WHEREAS, Montgomery County Legislative Resolution No. 135 of 2004 established an annual thirty-day period extending from September 1 to September 30 during which landowners may submit such requests to the Legislature to include their properties in the Agricultural Districts; and

WHEREAS, during the one-month period extending from September 1, 2017 to September 30, 2017, the Montgomery County Farmland Protection Board received two such applications on behalf of the Montgomery County Legislature; and

WHEREAS, subsequently the Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board submitted its report with recommendation as to that request to the Legislature; and

WHEREAS, after proper Notice of Public Hearing, the Montgomery County Legislature held a public hearing on November 28, 2017, with respect to the above and heard all those wishing to address the matter at said public hearing; and

WHEREAS, New York State Agriculture and Markets Law Section 303-b requires the Montgomery County Legislature, following such public hearing to adopt or reject the proposed request for inclusion of land within an existing Agricultural District; and

WHEREAS, the report and recommendations of the Agricultural Farmland Protection Board are on file with the Clerk of the Montgomery County Legislature; and

WHEREAS, the Legislature has considered the matter including the report and recommendation of the Agricultural Farmland Protection Board at the public hearing, now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, that the Montgomery County Legislature hereby adopts the recommendations of the Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board and adopts the request of the landowner to include their land within an existing certified Agricultural District as set forth below:

LANDOWNER  TOWN SWIS CODE PARCEL NUMBER ACRES DISRICT
David Wiener  Charleston  272400 127.-1-31.12 27.1 3
Jeff Leon Amsterdam 272089 57.-1-20 118 2

 

FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Clerk of the Legislature shall submit a copy of this Resolution together with the report of the Montgomery County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board, and the tax map identification number and tax map for the parcel of land to be included in the Agricultural District 2 and Agricultural District 3, to the New York State Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Attachment

Attachment

Attachment

Attachment

Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

Resolution authorizes inclusion of parcels into Agricultural Districts #2 and #3.


II. Justification:

There has been a request from  a landowner to include their 27.1 acre parcel of land within the boundaries of Agricultural District No. 3, and a request from a landowner to include their 118 acre parcel of land within the boundaries of Agricultural District No. 2


III. Legislative Impact:

Section 303-b of the New York State Agriculture and Markets Law established a mechanism on an annual basis for parcels of land comprised of predominately viable agricultural land to be included within the state’s agricultural Districts and Montgomery County Legislative Resolution No. 135 of 2004 established an annual thirty-day period extending from September 1 to September 30 during which landowners may submit such requests to the Legislature to include their properties in the Agricultural Districts.


IV. Financial Impact:

Could result in an agricultural tax exemption for both properties if they if they produce over the threshold established by Ag & Markets which is $10k annually.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer
Economic Development/Planning Director




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 252 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBER TO MONTGOMERY COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND CAPITAL RESOURCE CORPORATION (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING)


Resolution by Legislator: Headwell, Jr.
Seconded by: Wilson

WHEREAS, the current Montgomery County Industrial Development Agency and Capital Resource Corporation Board’s consist of the following:

 

 

NAME:

TITLE:

Robert Hoefs

Chairperson

John McGlone

Vice Chair

Matthew Beck

Secretary

Robert Harris

Treasurer

Mark Kowalczyk

Member

Carol Shineman

Member

Vacant

Member

WHEREAS, one vacancy exists on the Montgomery County Industrial Development Agency and Montgomery County Capital Resource Corporation’s Board of Directors; and

RESOLVED, that the Montgomery County Legislature in accordance with General Municipal Law 895-D, and the Certificate of Incorporation of the Montgomery County Capital Resource Corporation hereby appoints John Snyder residing at 111 Maple Avenue, Canajoharie, NY 13317 as a member of the Montgomery County Industrial Development Agency and Montgomery County Capital Resource Corporation.

FURTHER RESOLVED, that said appointee shall serve at the pleasure of the Montgomery County Legislature.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

APPOINTING MEMBER TO MONTGOMERY COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND CAPITAL RESOURCE CORPORATION


II. Justification:

The Montgomery County Legislature in accordance with General Municipal Law 895-D and the Certificate of Incorporation of the Montgomery County Capital Resource Corporation has the power to appoint.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter the Montgomery County Legislature has the power to confirm appointments.


IV. Financial Impact:

This is an administrative matter with no financial impact.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer
Economic Development/Planning Director




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 253 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AMENDING 2017 OPERATING BUDGET – NY CONNECTS GRANT (SOCIAL SERVICES)


Resolution by Legislator: Kelly
Seconded by: Wilson

WHEREAS, The Commissioner of Social Services has received notification of funding allocated for the New York Connects grant in conjunction with the Office for the Aging for the period October 1, 2016 – September 30, 2017.

WHEREAS, Social Services will receive $5,510.79 in additional funding from the Office for the Aging to cover the cost of operating the New York Connects Program, and

FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to amend the 2017 Operating budget as follows:

 

INCREASE REVENUES:

A-18-3-3610-00                       State Aid SS Admin                                      5,510.79

INCREASE APPROPRIATIONS:

A-18-4-6010-00.2259              Technical Equipment                                        440.00                        

A-18-4-6010-00.4409              Office Furniture                                            3,070.79

A-18-4-6010-00.4453              Postage                                                            500.00

A-18-4-6010-00.4471              Mileage                                                        1,500.00               

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AMENDING 2017 OPERATING BUDGET – NY CONNECTS GRANT

The Department has incurred costs of $5,510.79 for various items that are being reimbursed by Office of the Aging / NY Connects grant monies.


II. Justification:

These expenses are incurred as routine in operating the NY Connects program and training of staff.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter, the Montgomery County Legislature has the power to make appropriations and the County Executive has the authority to sign contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

Had these expenses not been covered by the NY Connects grant, they would have been funded at a rate of 50% Federal and 50% State.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer
Commissioner of Social Services




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 254 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION TO AMEND 2017 BUDGET AND ESTABLISH PART-TIME FRAUD INVESTIGATORS (SOCIAL SERVICES)


Resolution by Legislator: Pepe
Seconded by: Purtell

WHEREAS, the Department of Social Services currently contracts for Part-Time Fraud Investigators, and through a State Audit, was informed that these contractors must be County Employees; and

WHEREAS, the funds that are currently held for the three (3) Fraud Investigator contracts would be re-appropriated to cover the cost of the salary for the Part-Time Fraud Investigators; and

WHEREAS, the Commissioner of Social Services recommends the appointment of the current contracted Fraud Investigators which is supported and recommended by the audit recently done by the State.

RESOLVED, the Montgomery County Legislature establishes the Part-Time Fraud Investigator positions at a rate of $17 an hour.

FURTHER RESOLVED, the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizes and directs, upon review and approval of the County Attorney, that the County Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to amend the 2017 Operating Budget as follows (effective December 1, 2017):

TRANSFER FROM:     
 A-18-4-6010-00-.4438 Miscellaneous Service Fees  $2,516.00 
     
TRANSFER TO:     
A-18-4-6010-00-.1120 (NEW)  Fraud Investigators - PT  $2,516.00 

        

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

The Department is requesting that the $2,516.00 of funds set aside from the Contractual line A.18-4-6010-00-4438 be used to change the status of and fund 3 Part Time Fraud Investigators which covers the cost for the remaining 1 month of the 2017 budget. Going forward, these positions will need to be Part Time County Employees as instructed by the State.


II. Justification:

A PT Fraud Investigator works in conjunction with the Fraud Unit to recover monies that were fraudulently paid out to clients.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter, the Montgomery County Legislature has the power to make appropriations and the County Executive has the authority to sign contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

The position will be funded 55% Federal dollars ($1,383.80), 21% State dollars ($528.36) and 24% Local dollars ($603.84). At this time there is no way to break down the exact cost going forward as the contractors work various hours. There will be no change into the status of how these expenditures are claimed.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer
Commissioner of Social Services




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 255 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN AGREEMENT - EASTERN MEDICAL SUPPORT, LLC. (SHERIFF)


Resolution by Legislator: Wilson
Seconded by: Pepe

WHEREAS, a Request for Proposals (RFP) was issued for the provision of medical services for inmates at the Montgomery County Jail from January 1, 2018 until December 31, 2018; and 

WHEREAS, Eastern Medical Support, LLC was the only respondant to this RFP; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff has recommended an agreement with Eastern Medical Support, LLC for provision of medical services for inmates at the Montgomery County Jail; and 

WHEREAS, the bid submitted by Eastern Medical Services, LLC was for $216,000.00 per year with $200.00 an hour for time over 14 hours a week beginning January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018.

RESOLVED, that the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizes and directs the County Executive, to sign an agreement with Eastern Medical Support, LLC for provision of medical services at the Montgomery County Jail, following review and approval by the County Attorney at an amount of $216,000.00 per year with $200.00 an hour for time over 14 hours a week per year beginning January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018 .

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN AGREEMENT - EASTERN MEDICAL SUPPORT, LLC


II. Justification:

It is required by law that the County provide medical services and have a medical doctor available to the inmates.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 3 of the Charter the Montgomery County Executive has the authority to sign contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

Budgeted for in the 2018 Operating Budget.



cc: County Clerk
County Treasurer




Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 256 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT WITH MATRIX/ARAYA (PERSONNEL)


Resolution by Legislator: Wilson
Seconded by: Pepe

WHEREAS, the agreement with Matrix/Arayais is set to expire on December 31, 2017; and

WHEREAS, it has been recommended by the Personnel Officer that Montgomery County continue to utilize the  pharmacy benefit services provided by Matrix/Araya; and 

RESOLVED, that the County Executive, following review and approval by the County Attorney, is authorized and directed to sign said agreement with Matrix/Araya; and 

FURTHER RESOLVED, that said agreement shall be effective January 1, 2018 and ending December 31, 2020.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Attachment

Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

Renewal agreement with Matrix/Araya


II. Justification:

Matrix/Araya, is the current pharmacy benefit manager for Montgomery County, who provides, manages and administers prescription drug programs including the maintenance of a nationwide network of pharmacy, claims administration, prescription drug management and rebate services.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to section 2.04 (b) of the charter the Montgomery County Executive has the authority to sign contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

Montgomery County will not see an increase in the Matrix/Araya administration fees for the 2018 plan year.



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 257 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - DELTA DENTAL (PERSONNEL)


Resolution by Legislator: Headwell, Jr.
Seconded by: Pepe

WHEREAS, the agreement with Delta Dental is set to expire on December 31, 2017; and

WHEREAS, the Personnel Officer is recommending that the agreement with Delta Dental be renewed.

RESOLVED, that the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizes and directs the County Executive, following review and approval by the County Attorney to sign an agreement with Delta Dental at a rate of $4.69 per employee per month.

FURTHER RESOLVED, said agreement shall be effective January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Attachment

Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - DELTA DENTAL


II. Justification:

Montgomery County contractually provides dental benefits to employees.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 3 of the Montgomery County Charter the Montgomery County Executive has the authority to enter into contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

The renewal for Montgomery County's current Delta Dental Plan will see an increase of $.09 per employee per month for this renewal.



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 258 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - EMPIRE BLUE CROSS (PERSONNEL)


Resolution by Legislator: Wilson
Seconded by: Headwell, Jr.

WHEREAS, the agreement with Empire Blue Cross is set to expire on December 31, 2017; and

WHEREAS, it has been recommended by the Personnel Officer after marketing health insurance for the active employees and retirees under age 65, self insured population, that Montgomery County continue to utilize the Administration Services provided by Empire Blue Cross; and 

RESOLVED, that the County Executive, following review and approval by the County Attorney, is authorized and directed to sign said agreement with Empire Blue Cross; and 

FURTHER RESOLVED, that said agreement shall be effective January 1, 2018 and ending December 31, 2018.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Attachment

Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - EMPIRE BLUE CROSS

 (active employees and retirees under age 65, self insured population)


II. Justification:

Empire Blue Cross provides Montgomery County with the Administration of the County's PPO/EPO Health Insurance Plan.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to section 3 of the charter the Montgomery County Executive has the authority to sign contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

Montgomery County will not see an increase in the EPO/PPO administration fees for the 2018 plan year however, certain fees have increased. Specifically, Empire will begin to charge Montgomery County an integration fee to communicate with our Stop loss carrier. This is in the amount of $900.00 a month. In addition, benefits such as Condition Care Core Program has increased from $0.88 pmpm to $.091pmpm as well as Healthy Lifestyle increased from $0.30 pmpm to $.031 pmpm.

The County will continue efforts, as was done for the Retiree over age 65 population, to seek affordable Health Insurance options without sacrificing benefits our Employees receive.  



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 259 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - HAYLOR, FREYER & COON FOR HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFIT ADMINISTRATION (PERSONNEL)


Resolution by Legislator: Pepe
Seconded by: Headwell, Jr.

WHEREAS, the agreement with Haylor, Freyer & Coon is set to expire on December 31, 2017; and

WHEREAS, the Personnel Officer is recommending that the agreement with Haylor, Freyer & Coon be renewed.

WHEREAS, the Previous term of agreement was one year and the Personnel Officer Recommends a three year term to be consistent with our pharmacy administration agreement.

RESOLVED, that the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizes and directs the County Executive, following review and approval by the County Attorney to sign an agreement with Haylor, Freyer & Coon at a rate of $10.00 per employee per month.

FURTHER RESOLVED, said agreement shall be effective January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2020.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Attachment

Veto Message from the County Executive

Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

 

AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN RENEWAL AGREEMENT - HAYLOR, FREYER & COON TO PROVIDE HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFIT ADMINISTRATION


II. Justification:

 

Haylor, Freyer & Coon provide benefit administration as wells as a various of services for Montgomery County such as assisting the county in managing risk and cost of the employee health benefit coverage.


III. Legislative Impact:

 

Pursuant to Article 3 of the Montgomery County Charter the Montgomery County Executive has the authority to enter into contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

 

Montgomery County's will see an increase for its current Consultant, Haylor, Freyer & Coon in the amount of $.10 per employee per month for this renewal.



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 260 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH ADIRONDACK CABLING, INC. FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT


Resolution by Legislator: Purtell
Seconded by: Sweet

WHEREAS, the FMCC Allen House Project is being constructed with no dollars from Montgomery and Fulton Counties, and 

WHEREAS, Resolution #133 of 2017 authorized the County Executive to execute certain Agreements for the FMCC Allen House Project, and 

WHEREAS, one of these Agreements was with Adirondack Cabling to provide video surveillance and network data cabling, and 

WHEREAS, due to the installation method utilized by Adirondack Cabling, a different type of fiber optic cable was required 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Executive is hereby authorized and directed to execute Change Order No. 1 in the amount of $1,774 with Adirondack Cabling, and be it further 

RESOLVED, that Adirondack Cabling’s revised contract amount will now be:

 

                   ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT       :           $34,055.55

                   CHANGE ORDER NO. 1                        : (+)    $ 1,774.00

                   REVISED CONTRACT AMOUNT         :           $35,829.55

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH ADIRONDACK CABLING, INC. FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT


II. Justification:

A resolution is required to approve projects at the community college


III. Legislative Impact:

The Montgomery County Legislature is authorized to pass this Resolution in support pursuant to Section 2.04 of the Montgomery County Charter.


IV. Financial Impact:

No impact - falls within the 2017 FMCC Capital Project



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 261 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH D & L UTILITY SERVICES FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT


Resolution by Legislator: Pepe
Seconded by: Purtell

WHEREAS, the FMCC Allen House Project is being constructed with no dollars from Montgomery and Fulton Counties, and 

WHEREAS, Resolution #133 of 2017 authorized the County Executive to execute certain Agreements for the FMCC Allen House Project, and

WHEREAS, one of these Agreements was with D & L Utility Services to provide electrical work, and 

WHEREAS, FMCC desires to purchase and install additional light fixtures and controls for the Allen House.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Executive is hereby authorized and directed to execute Change Order No. 1 in the amount of $8,500 with D & L Utility Services , and be it further 

RESOLVED, that D & L Utility Services revised contract amount will now be: 

ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:  $230,000.00
CHANGE ORDER NO 1: (+)$8,500.00
REVISED CONTRACT AMOUNT:  $238,500.00

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH D & L UTILITY SERVICES FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT


II. Justification:

 FMCC desires to purchase and install additional light fixtures and controls for the Allen House


III. Legislative Impact:

The Montgomery County Legislature is authorized to pass this Resolution pursuant to Section 2of the Montgomery County Charter


IV. Financial Impact:

No impact - falls within the 2017 FMCC Capital Project



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 262 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH STANDARD COMMERCIAL INTERIORS FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT


Resolution by Legislator: Wilson
Seconded by: Purtell

WHEREAS, the FMCC Allen House Project is being constructed with no dollars from Montgomery and Fulton Counties, and 

WHEREAS, Resolution #133 of 2017 authorized the County Executive to execute certain Agreements for the FMCC Allen House Project, and

WHEREAS, one of these Agreements was with Standard Commercial Interiors to provide furniture and furnishings, and 

WHEREAS, FMCC desires to purchase and install additional furniture for the Allen House.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Executive is hereby authorized and directed to execute Change Order No. 1 in the amount of $13,165.63 with Standard Commercial Interiors , and be it further 

RESOLVED, that Standard Commercial Interiors revised contract amount will now be: 

ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:  $70,978.11
CHANGE ORDER NO 1: (+)$13,165.63
REVISED CONTRACT AMOUNT:  $84,143.74

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH STANDARD COMMERCIAL INTERIORS FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT


II. Justification:

FMCC wishes to purchase additional furniture for the Allen House.


III. Legislative Impact:

The Montgomery County Legislature is authorized to pass this resolution pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter.FMCC


IV. Financial Impact:

No impact - falls within the 2017 FMCC capital project



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 263 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO AMEND RESOLUTION #134 OF 2017 WHICH EXECUTED CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 WITH BAST HATFIELD FOR FMCC STUDENT UNION ADDITION/RENOVATION PROJECT


Resolution by Legislator: Pepe
Seconded by: Sweet

WHEREAS, Fulton and Montgomery Counties awarded contracts for the following prime contracts for the FMCC Student Union Project: 

General Construction :  Bast Hatfield

Electrical Construction:  LaCorte Companies

Plumbing Construction:  Eckert Mechanical

HVAC Construction:  Campito Plumbing and Heating 

WHEREAS, Resolution #134 executed Change Order No. 2 in the amount of (-) $4,272.29, and

WHEREAS, Change Order No. 2 should be in the amount of (-) $6,299.51.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, Resolution #134 executed Change Order No. 2 is hereby amended to reflect the revised amount of (-) $6,299.51.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County Executive be and is hereby authorized to execute a credit Change Order with Bast Hatfield to credit back the unused Contingency Allowance:

GENERAL CONSTRUCTION: BAST HATFILD:  
ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:  $1,551,000.00
PREVIOUSLY APPROVED CHANGE ORDERS 1 (+)$35,000.00
CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 (-)$6,299.51
FINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $1,579,700.49

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO AMEND RESOLUTION #134 OF 2017 WHICH EXECUTED CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 WITH BAST HATFIELD FOR FMCC STUDENT UNION ADDITION/RENOVATION PROJECT


II. Justification:

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO AMEND RESOLUTION #134 OF 2017 WHICH EXECUTED CHANGE ORDER NO. 2 WITH BAST HATFIELD FOR FMCC STUDENT UNION ADDITION/RENOVATION PROJECT


III. Legislative Impact:

The Montgomery County Legislature is authorized to amend resolutions pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter.


IV. Financial Impact:

No impact - falls within the 2017 FMCC capital project



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 264 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH BISHOP BEAUDRY CONSTRUCTION FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT


Resolution by Legislator: Purtell
Seconded by: Dimond

WHEREAS, funding for the FMCC Allen House Project is coming from two (2) sources:

1. FMCC Foundation:  $1,300,000
2. SUNY: $1,300,000

; and 

WHEREAS, there are no Montgomery County funds involved with this project; and 

WHEREAS, when all contracts were originally awarded for the Allen House Project, there was a balance of $99,298.46 in the total funding available for the Project; and 

WHEREAS, FMCC desires to have additional paving, sodding and other site work completed in and around the Allen House.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Executive is hereby authorized and directed to execute Change Order No. 1 with Bishop Beaudry that would add $25,000 to Bishop Beaudry’s Contingency Allowance to allow for the additional work FMCC desires to have completed; and

FURTHER RESOLVED, that the approval of this Change Order would result in the following revised contract with Bishop Beaudry: 

ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:  $1,390,500
CHANGE ORDER NO. 1: (+)  $    25,000
REVISED CONTRACT AMOUNT:  $1,415,500

           

FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this Resolution be forwarded to Fulton County and FMCC.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH BISHOP BEAUDRY CONSTRUCTION FOR FMCC ALLEN HOUSE PROJECT


II. Justification:

FMCC desires to have additional paving, sodding and other site work completed in and around the Allen House


III. Legislative Impact:

The Montgomery County Legislature is authorized to pass this Resolution pursuant to Article 2 of the Montgomery County Charter.


IV. Financial Impact:

No impact - falls within the 2017 FMCC Capital Project



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 265 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION CHANGING THE DATE OF THE DECEMBER 2017 FULL LEGISLATURE MEETING (COUNTY LEGISLATURE)


Resolution by Legislator: Wilson
Seconded by: Sweet

RESOLVED, that the full legislature meeting of the Montgomery County Legislature, originally scheduled for 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 26, 2017 is hereby rescheduled to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 19, 2017.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

CHANGING THE DATE OF THE DECEMBER 2017 FULL LEGISLATURE MEETING


II. Justification:

In accordance with the Montgomery County Legislature Rules of Procedure


III. Legislative Impact:

In accordance with the Montgomery County Legislature Rules of Procedure


IV. Financial Impact:

This is not a financial resolution



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 266 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AMENDING THE 2017 OPERATING BUDGET - HISTORIC MARKER GRANT (HISTORY & ARCHIVES)


Resolution by Legislator: Kelly
Seconded by: Wilson

WHEREAS, the County Historian/RMO applied for and received a grant in the amount of $1,094 from the William G. Pomeroy Foundation for the purchase of an historic marker to identify the Old Courthouse as having been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer hereby is authorized and directed to amend the 2017 Operating Budget, as follows:

 

INCREASE REVENUES:

(NEW) A-22-3-2089-00     Other Culture/Recreation Income            $1,094.00

INCREASE APPROPRIATIONS:

(NEW) A-22-4-7510-00.4449     Special Supplies                                $1,094.00

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

The Old Courthouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 as part of the Montgomery County Buildings nomination. 


II. Justification:

The William G. Pomeroy Foundation grants awards for historic markers to those sites that have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter the Montgomery County Legislature has the authority to make appropriations.


IV. Financial Impact:

No financial impact.



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 267 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY TREASURER TO DISBURSE MORTGAGE TAX MONEY


Resolution by Legislator: Kelly
Seconded by: Purtell

WHEREAS, Montgomery County collects a Mortgage Tax which pursuant to local law must be distributed to local municipalities of the County; and

WHEREAS, the County Treasurer disburses the Mortage Tax funds bi-annually.

RESOLVED, that the Montgomery County Legislature hereby authorizes the County Treasurer to disburse Mortgage Tax money for the period April 1, 2017 through September 30, 2017, and

FURTHER RESOLVED, that said Treasurer is directed to take all necessary steps, under proper accounting procedure, to adjust the books of his office, effective immediately.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

Authorization to disburse mortgage tax held in trust


II. Justification:

Authorization of governing body required to disburse mortgage tax.


III. Legislative Impact:

Authorized pursuant to Article 2 of the Charter.


IV. Financial Impact:

No financial impact to County, disbursing funds that have already been collected and being held in Trust account.



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 268 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION APPROVING ABSTRACT OF AUDITED CLAIMS (COUNTY LEGISLATURE)


Resolution by Legislator: Dimond
Seconded by: Kelly

WHEREAS, pursuant to the Audit Guidelines, Section 13.2 (2), requires after examination and review of the claims by the audit committee, and there being no objection to any of the claims by any committee or Board member, shall move that the claims as audited are approved and presented to the Board for approval of payment; and

WHEREAS, the Audit Committee has audited claims for the period of October 27, 2017 through November 28, 2017 and recommends the payment of the claims as attached hereto in the "Abstract of Audited Claims".

RESOLVED, after examination and review of the claims by the Audit Committee, the claims are audited and attached hereto, are hereby approved for payment by the Montgomery County Legislature.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Abstract of Audited Claims - November 28, 2017

Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

APPROVING ABSTRACT OF AUDITED CLAIMS


II. Justification:

Pursuant to the Audit Guidelines, Section 13.2 (2), requires after examination and review of the claims by the audit committee, and there being no objection to any of the claims by any committee or Board member, shall move that the claims as audited are approved and presented to the Board for approval of payment.


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to the Audit Guidelines, Section 13.2 (2), requires after examination and review of the claims by the audit committee, and there being no objection to any of the claims by any committee or Board member, shall move that the claims as audited are approved and presented to the Board for approval of payment.


IV. Financial Impact:

No impact to the fund balance



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 269 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SALE OF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT (SHERIFF)


Resolution by Legislator: Kelly
Seconded by: Sweet

WHEREAS, the Sheriff has identified several pieces of equipment that are either not serviceable or too old to use with current systems; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff's Office has no use for the equipment, said equipment being:

(1) 1995 Chevy. P/U truck

(3) copiers 

Several printers

(1) Fax machine

Several siren control heads

(1) Construction site trailer

(1) Water trailer

Various computer wiring supplies

THEREFORE, the Montgomery County Legislature hereby approves the sale of the following equipment to the highest bidder at auction:

 

(1) 1995 Chevy pick up truck

(3) copiers 

Several printers

(1) Fax machine

Several siren control heads

  1. (1) construction site trailer

(1) water trailer

Various computer wiring supplies

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SALE OF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT


II. Justification:

To remove said equipment from fixed assets and create revenue.


III. Legislative Impact:

Disposal of County personal property is authorized through County Law 215.


IV. Financial Impact:

Increase revenues for current budget. 



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Montgomery County Seal!RESOLUTION NO. 270 of 2017

DATED: November 28, 2017

RECOMMENDATION:
     

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO SIGN A CONTRACT WITH JMZ ARCHITECTS TO PREPARE DESIGN PLANS AND BID SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE FMCC CLASSROOM BUILDING RENOVATION PROJECT: PHASE I


Resolution by Legislator: Wilson
Seconded by: Sweet

WHEREAS, Fulton and Montgomery Counties have included the FMCC Classroom Building Phase I Project into their proposed 2018 Budgets, and 

WHEREAS, Phases II and III would be completed in 2019 and 2020, and 

WHEREAS, funding for this proposed Phase I project would come from:

SUNY  50% $500,000
FULTON COUNTY 25% $250,000
MONTGOMERY COUNTY 25% $250,000

and 

WHEREAS, JMZ has submitted a fee proposal to prepare the design plans and bid specifications for the FMCC Classroom Building Renovation Phase I Project, 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that County Executive is hereby authorized and directed to sign an Agreement with JMZ Architects in the amount of $156,290 to: 

  1. Prepare design plans for the FMCC Classroom Building Renovation: Phase I and II Project.
  2. Provide Construction Administration Services for Phase I.

and be it further

RESOLVED, that copies of this Resolution be forwarded to the Fulton County Board of Supervisors, FMCC and County Attorney.

RESOLUTION VOTE, passed with Aye(9). (11/28/2017)



Statement of Legislative and Financial Impact:

I. Nature of Request:

AUTHORIZING THE CHAIRMAN TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT WITH JMZ ARCHITECTS TO PREPARE DESIGN PLANS AND BID SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE FMCC CLASSROOM BUILDING RENOVATION PROJECT: PHASE I


II. Justification:

 Fulton and Montgomery Counties have included the FMCC Classroom Building Phase I Project into their proposed 2018 Budgets


III. Legislative Impact:

Pursuant to Article 3 of the Charter the Montgomery County Executive is authorized to execute contracts.


IV. Financial Impact:

Budgeted in the FMCC capital plan



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