April 30, 2019 BCC Summary
Below is a summary of the actions taken by the Santa Fe Board of County Commissioners (BCC) at their regular meeting on April 30, 2019. All five (5) Commissioners were present.
The BCC meeting minutes from the March 26, 2019 Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting and March 27, 2019 Board of County Commissioner Special Meeting were approved by a unanimous vote, 5-0.
· Recognition of New Santa Fe County Employees.
· Recognition of Years of Service of Santa Fe County Employees.
o Five (5) Years: Ronald Good- CMO/Information Technology
Bianca Quintana- PS/RECC
Richard Francisco- PW/Fleet Services
o Ten (10) Years: Gabriel Gallegos- PS/Corrections
Michael Sandoval- PS/Corrections
Salvatore Caputo- PS/Fire
Kyle Gregory- PS/Fire
Jared Kotter- PS/Fire
Grant Lundquist- PS/Fire Administration
Heather Morrow- PS/RECC
Adam Quinn- PS/Fire
o Fifteen (15) Years: Shannon Coles- Sheriff’s Office
Mary Armijo Y Clifford - Sheriff’s Office
· Recognition of Santa Fe County Employee of the Quarter, 1st Quarter of 2019 Awards.
o Community Services: Isaac Romero, Driver/Cook’s Assistant
o Support Services: Paul Herrera, IT Security Administrator I
o Public Safety: Bianca Villegas, Behavioral Health Therapist
Isaac Romero was selected Employee of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2019.
Consent Agenda (Action Items)
All Consent Agenda items passed by a vote of 5-0.
· Final Order: BCC Case # SLAP 18-5051 PNM BB2 345kV Transmission Line Project, CUP Appeal. Bill King, Appellant, Karl Sommer, Agent, Appealed The Planning Commission’s Final Order Regarding A Conditional Use Permit (CUP) To Construct Approximately 31 Miles Of New Single-Circuit 345kv Transmission Line In Southern Santa Fe County. The Proposed Transmission Line Will Connect PNM’s Existing Clines Corners 345kv Switching Station (Within Santa Fe County) To A New Switching Station Within Sandoval County. The New Single-Circuit Transmission Line Will Be Located Immediately Adjacent To The Existing BB 345kv Transmission Line On A Separate 150’ Easement. The Steel “H” Frame Structures (140 Pole Sites) Will Be Constructed 120’ To 150’ In Height. The Proposed 31 Mile Transmission Line Will Meander Through State Land (2.5 Miles) And Through Parcels That Are Zoned Agricultural/Ranching And Rural (31 Miles). Ordinance No. 2016-9, The Sustainable Land Development Code, Appendix B, Use Matrix, Identifies High-Voltage Electric Power Transmission Lines As A Conditional Use Within These Zoning Districts. The Proposed Transmission Line Will Run East To West Within Southern Santa Fe County, North Of Stanley And North Of Golden, Meandering Through Approximately 25 Separate Parcels Of Land, Within T 10 N, R 9, 10, 11 E, T 11 N, R 8, 9, 10 E and T 12 N, R 7, 8, 9 E, SDA-3, (Commission District 3). (Approved The Planning Commission’s Final Order And Denied The Appeal By A 3-2 Vote)
· Resolution No. 2019-54, A Resolution Increasing the Budget of the Federal Forfeiture Fund (225) in the amount of $7,624.
· Resolution No. 2019-55, A Resolution Increasing the Budget of the General Fund (101) in the amount of $73,030 for the Direct Purchase of Services (DPS) Federal Title III Program.
· Resolution 2019-56, A Resolution Increasing the Budget in the Housing Voucher Fund (227) in the amount of $150,000 for the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
· Approval of Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. 2017-0271-CSD BT Between Santa Fe County and United Way of Santa Fe County, Extending the Term an Additional Year and Increasing Compensation an Additional $100,000, Inclusive of NMGRT for A Total Contract Sum of $275,000 for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library Program and Granting Signature Authority to the County Manager to Sign the Purchase Order.
· Approval of County Health Assistance Claims in the amount of $27,431.41
Resolutions (Action Items)
· Resolution No. 2019-57, A Resolution Approving a Budget Increase to the Lodgers Tax Advertising Fund (215) in the amount of $200,000. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Resolution No. 2019-58, A Resolution Requesting a Budget Increase to the Fire Impact Fee Fund (216) in the amount of $515,696. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Resolution No. 2019- 59, A Resolution Approving a Budget Increase to the 2016 Revenue Bond Series Fund (355) in the amount of $1,631,780. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Resolution No. 2019-60, A Resolution Adopting the Cerrillos Hills State Park Management Plan. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Approval of Contract No. 2019-0110-CSD/CW between Santa Fe County and Santa Fe Recovery Center in the Amount of $321,000 Inclusive of NMGRT for Residential and Outpatient Treatment Services and Authorizing the County Manager to Sign and Execute the Purchase Order. Approved by a vote of 4-0, with Commissioner Garcia not present at the time of the vote.
· Approval of Construction Agreement No. 2019-0028-PW/MM between Santa Fe County and Cornerstone Contractors in the amount of $1,021,964.39 for the Construction Services for the Arroyo Hondo Trail Segment 4 and Authorizing the County Manager to Sign and Execute the Construction Agreement and Purchase Order. Approved by a vote of 4-0, with Commissioner Garcia not present at the time of the vote.
· Approval of the Restated and Amended Joint Powers Agreement Establishing the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities by and Among the Incorporated County of Los Alamos, The City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, The City of Espanola, Rio Arriba County, The Town of Taos, Taos County and the Sovereign Governments of the Pueblo of Ohkay Owingeh and the Pueblo of Jemez. Approved by a vote of 3-0, with Commissioner Hansen abstaining from the vote and Commissioner Moreno not voting.
· Approval of Amendment No. 1 to Collective Bargaining Agreement between Santa Fe County and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Council 18, (Referring to the Bargaining Unit As Local 1413). Approved by a vote of 4-0, with Commissioner Garcia not present at the time of the vote.
· Approval of an Indefinite Quantity Price Agreement #2019-0161-SO/MAM with Galls, LLC, for the Purchase of Uniforms for the Sheriff's Office and Granting the County Manager or Procurement Manager Authorization to Sign the Purchase Orders. Approved by a vote of 4-0, with Commissioner Garcia not present at the time of the vote.
· Authorization to Utilize the Houston Galveston Area Council's Cooperative Purchase Agreement Pursuant to Ordinance No. 2012-5 Section 1, to Purchase Fire Trucks and Ambulance. Approved by a vote of 4-0, with Commissioner Garcia not present at the time of the vote.
Matters of Public Concern (Non-Action Items)
Matters from the County Manager (Action/Non-Action Items)
· Recognition of National Correctional Officer's Week, National Correctional Nurse's Week, and National Teacher's Week.
Presentations (Non-Action Items)
· Recognition of District Chief Jane McSweeney (Glorieta Pass), District Chief Nick Martinez (Pojoaque), and District Chief Kevin Barrows (Turquoise Trail) for their years of service as District Volunteer Fire Chiefs for Santa Fe County.
Matters from County Commissioners (Actions/Non-Action Items)
· Approval of a Proclamation Proclaiming May 2019 as Mental Health Awareness Month. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Approval of a Proclamation Proclaiming Santa Fe County's Appreciation of Linemen in Santa Fe County. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Approval of a Proclamation Proclaiming May 4, 2019, as Comcast Cares Day. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Acknowledgement and Recognition of Santa Fe High School JROTC, 2019 State Champions. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Acknowledgement and Recognition of Santa Fe High School Varsity Boys’ Basketball Team. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Recognition of the 6th Annual Rancho Viejo FirewiseUSA Community Day on May 4. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Approval of a Proclamation Proclaiming May 15, 2019, as Pojoaque Valley Acequias Day. Approved by a vote of 5-0.
Matters from Other Elected Officials (Non-Action Items)
Matters from the County Attorney
· Executive Session. Limited Personnel Matters, as Allowed by Section 10-15-1(H)(2) NMSA 1978; Board Deliberations in Public Hearing(s) on the Agenda, as Allowed by Section 10-15-1(H)(3) NMSA 1978; Discussion of Bargaining Strategy Preliminary to Collective Bargaining Negotiations Between the Board of County Commissioners and Collective Bargaining Units, as Allowed by Section 10-15-1(H)(5); Discussion of Contents of Competitive Sealed Proposals Pursuant to the Procurement Code During Contract Negotiations as Allowed by Section 10-15-1(H)(6); Threatened or Pending Litigation in which Santa Fe County is or May Become a Participant, as Allowed by Section 10-15-1 (H)(7) NMSA 1978; and, Discussion of the Purchase, Acquisition or Disposal of Real Property or Water Rights, as Allowed by Section 10-15-1 (H)(8) NMSA 1978, including:
1) The Pojoaque Basin Regional Water System/Aamodt Settlement Agreement.
2) Pojoaque Valley Recreation Complex Water Issue.
3) Horcado Ranch Road Bureau of Land Management Administrative Appeal.
No action was taken as a result of Executive Session.
· CASE # 19-5100 BCBC, LLC Small Brewer Liquor License. BCBC, LLC, Applicant, (Doing Business As Beer Creek Brewing Company) Request Approval Of A Small Brewer Liquor License. The Property Is Located At 3810 Highway 14 And Is Zoned As Commercial Neighborhood (CN) Within The San Marcos Community District Overlay (SMCD), Within Section 35, Township 15 North, Range 8 East. (Commission District 5) Approved by a vote of 5-0.
· Community Services Department Monthly Report
· Finance and Purchasing Monthly Report
· Growth Management Department Monthly Report
· Human Resources Monthly Report
· Public Safety Monthly Report
· Public Works Monthly Report