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[LIVE VIDEO] Watch the November 20, 2018 Mason County Commission meeting. There are three ways to watch live at 9 AM: or Mason County’s website ( You can also watch on demand on or Mason County’s website: Rebroadcasts on Hood Canal Communications’ local channel are Thursday at 6 PM, Saturday at 2 PM and Sunday at 9 AM.

Here is the meeting’s agenda:

Commission Chambers— 9:00 a.m.
411 North Fifth Street, Shelton WA 98584
November 20, 2018

1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Roll Call

4. Correspondence and Organizational Business

4.1 Correspondence

5. Open Forum for Citizen Input (5 minutes per person, 15 minutes time limit)
If you wish to address the Commission, raise your hand to be recognized by the Chair. When you have been recognized, please step up to the microphone and give your name and address before your comments.The Mason County Commission is committed to maintaining a meeting atmosphere of mutual respect and speakers are encouraged to honor this principle.

6. Adoption of Agenda
Items appearing on the agenda after”Item 10. Public Hearings”, may be acted upon before 9:30 a.m.

7. Approval of Minutes — October 16, and October 23, 2018 Regular Meeting Minutes

8. Approval of Action Agenda: All items listed under the”Action Agenda” may be enacted by one motion unless a Commissioner or citizen requests an item be removed from the Action Agenda and considered as a separate item.

8.1 Approval of Warrants &Treasure Electronic Remittances
Claims Clearing Fund Warrant #s 8060364-8060526 $ 536,453.52
Direct Deposit Fund Warrant #s 54265-54644 $ 658,303.19
Salary Clearing Fund Warrant #s 7004012-7004049 $ 965,749.94

8.2 Approval of the Resolution adopting the 2018 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Project list as recommended by the Mason County Economic Development Council.

8.3 Approval to amend Resolution 56-18 to revise the Non-Represented Salary Scale Range Alignment by approving the request to create Interim Deputy Director of Public Works and County Engineer Classifications in the Public Works Department both at Salary Range 44; approval to remove the Deputy Directory Public Works/County Engineer at Salary Range 44 and authorization to fill the positions.

8.4 Approval of the resolution for participants of the PEBB medical program, which allocates through the pooling method, $937.58 per month County contribution for single enrollments on medical, and $1,369.10 per month for Elected Officials, eligible Non-Represented Employees, and any Collective Bargaining Agreements (General Services & Probation) in place, but not ratified on January 1, 2019 with dependent enrollments, and $1,421.10 per month for those Collective Bargaining Agreements (Community Family Health, Deputy Prosecutors, & Public Defenders) in place and ratified on January 1, 2019.

8.5 Approval to have the Board sign and extend the janitorial services with Bella Casa for an extension of one year (2019).

8.6 Approval to set a public hearing for December 11th at 9:30 a.m. in order to consider the approval of the following Supplemental Appropriations and Budget Transfers to the 2018 Budget:
Supplemental Appropriations:
$6,420 Increase to Superior Court Fund 001.250—Administrative Office of the Courts funding
$6,420 Increase to Superior Court Fund 001.250—Equipment
Due to funding from AOC for upgrading computer equipment for the judges
$22,888 Increase to Sheriff Fund 001.205—Law Enforcement Services to DNR and Skok Tribe
$22,888 Increase to Sheriff Fund 001.205—Patrol OT
Due to new contracts with DNR and the Skokomish Tribe for Law Enforcement Services
$350,000 Increase to Landfill Fund 402—Solid Waste Fees
$350,000 Increase to Landfill fund 402— Long-haul Charges
Due to higher than anticipated 2018 revenues and associated expenses
$20,000 Increase to Public Health Fund 150—CPAA Funding
$20,000 Increase to Public Health Fund 150—Vehicles&Operating Supplies
Due to new CPAA funding
$6,783 Increase to District Court Fund 001.100—Administrative Office of the Courts
$6,783 Increase to District Court Fund 001.100—Equipment
Due to funding from AOC for upgrading computer equipment for the judge

Budget Transfers:
$15,000 from Current Expense Fund 001.320- Ending Fund Balance to $15,000 LEOFF Fund 001.058- Medical
Due to higher than anticipated expense levels during the 2018 budget process
$90,000 from North Bay Sewer Fund 403— Ending Fund Balance to $50,000 North Bay Sewer Fund 403—Professional Services and $40,000 North Bay Sewer Fund 403—Repairs and Maintenance
Due to higher than anticipated 2018 operating expenses
$1,553 from Sales&Use Tax Fund 103—Ending Fund Balance to $1,553 Sales&Use Tax Fund 103—State Audit Charges
$13,791 from Auditor’s 0&M— Ending Fund Balance to $13,557 Auditor’s O&M Fund 104—Internal Allocation
$234 Auditor’s O&M Fund 104—State Audit Charges $2,075 from Paths&Trails Fund 106—Ending Fund Balance to $1,762 Paths&Trails Fund 106—Internal Allocation
$313 Paths&Trails Fund 106—State Audit Charges
$395 from Election Equipment Fund 109— Ending Fund Balance to
$395 Election Equipment Fund 109—State Audit Charges
$275 from Crime Victims Fund 110—Ending Fund Balance to
$275 Crime Victims Fund 110—State Audit Charges
$20 from Victim Witness Activity—Ending Fund Balance to
$20 Victim Witness Activity—State Audit Charges
$71 from Historical Preservation Fund 116- Ending Fund Balance to
$71 Historical Preservation Fund 116—State Audit Charges
$1000 from Community Support Services Fund 117— Ending Fund Balance to
$1000 Community Support Services Fund 117—State Audit Charges
$365 from Abatement Fund 118—Ending Fund Balance to
$365 Abatement Fund 118—State Audit Charges
$492 from Trial Court Improvement Fund 135—Ending Fund Balance to
$365 Trial Court Improvement Fund 135—Internal Allocation
$127 Trial Court Improvement Fund 135—State Audit Charges
$4,759 from Family Law Facilitator Fund 138—Ending Fund Balance to
$4,738 Family Law Facilitator Fund 138—Internal Allocation
$21 Family Law Facilitator Fund 138—State Audit Charges
$353 from Sheriff’s Special Funds 140— Ending Fund Balance to
$353 Sheriff’s Special Funds 140—State Audit Charges
$138 from Law Library Fund 160—Ending Fund Balance to
$138 Law Library Fund 160—State Audit Charges
$722 from Lodging Tax Fund 163—Ending Fund Balance to
$722 Lodging Tax Fund 163—State Audit Charges
$3,954 from Skokomish Flood Zone Fund 192— Ending Fund Balance to
$3,148 Skokomish Flood Zone Fund 192—Internal Allocation
$806 Skokomish Flood Zone Fund 192—State Audit Charges
$8,175 from REST 2—Ending Fund Balance to
$8,175 REET 2—State Audit Charges
$12,701 from Landfill Fund 402— Ending Fund Balance to
$12,701 Landfill Fund 402—Internal Allocation
$5,409 from North Bay Sewer Fund 403—Ending Fund Balance to
$5,409 North Bay Sewer Fund 403—Internal Allocation
$1,646 from Rustlewood Sewer&Water Fund 411— Ending Fund Balance to
$1,646 Rustlewood Sewer&Water Fund 411—Internal Allocation
$706 from Beards Cove Water Fund 412—Ending Fund Balance to
$706 Beards Cove Water Fund 412—Internal Allocation
$3,057 from Belfair Sewer Fund 413— Ending Fund Balance to
$3,057 Belfair Sewer Fund 413—Internal Allocation
$886 from Landfill Reserve Fund 428—Ending Fund Balance to
$886 Landfill Reserve Fund 428—Internal Allocation
$4,976 from Beards Cove Reserve Fund 429— Ending Fund Balance to
$4,976 Beards Cove Reserve Fund 429—Internal Allocation
$98 from Storm Drain System Development Fund 480— Ending Fund Balance to
$98 Storm Drain System Development Fund 480—State Audit Charges
In order to come into compliance with SAO’s requirement that all funds be charged equitably
for internal allocation and state auditor charges
$3,436 from Current Expense Fund 001.320—Ending Fund Balance to
$3,436 Commissioners Fund 001.080—State Retirement
Due to underestimating the state retirement expense
$2,290 from Current Expense Fund 001.320—Ending Fund Balance to
$2,290 Coroner Fund 001.190—Medical/Dental/Vision/Life
Due to underestimating the medical expense
$11,328 from Current Expense Fund 001.320—Ending Fund Balance to
$5,801 Crime Victims Fund 110—Transfer In
$276 Victim Witness Activity Fund 114—Transfer In
$492 Trial Court Improvement Fund 135—Transfer In
$4,759 Family Law Facilitator Fund 138—Transfer In
To offset the cost of internal allocations and SAO charges
$338 from Current Expense Fund 001.320—Ending Fund Balance to
$338 District Court Fund 001.100—Equipment
County expense portion of AOC funding for new equipment for the judge

8.7 Approval of a resolution to close Old Belfair Highway at approximately milepost 0.000 to milepost 0.100 on Sunday, December 2, 2018 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

9. Other Business (Department Heads and Elected Officials)

10. 9:30 a.m. Public Hearings and Items Set for a Certain Time- No hearings.

11. Board’s Reports and Calendar

12. Adjournment

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