Fiscal Court Agenda May 6th 2022
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WARREN FISCAL COURT
FRIDAY, MAY 6,2022
1. Invocation,EsquireMark Young.
2. Pledge to the Flag
3. Roll Call
4. Approve Minutes of the Fiscal Court Meeting of April 22, 2022.
5. Approve Work Schedule for the Warren County Road Department.
6. Approve Personnel Changes for Warren County.
7. Approve 2nd& Final Reading of Ordinance #22-22WC AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF WARREN, KENTUCKY AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF TAXABLE INDUSTRIAL BUILDING REVENUE BONDS, IN ONE OR MORE SERIES AND/OR DENOMINATIONS, TO BE ISSUED OVER A PERIOD OF YEARS, in aN AGGREGATE combined principal amount not to exceed $4,000,000,000, THE PROCEEDS OF WHICH SHALL BE USED TO FINANCE THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, IMPROVEMENT, COMMISSIONING AND EQUIPPING OF INDUSTRIAL BUILDING FACILITIES TO BE LEASED TO ENVISION AESC US LLC, ITS AFFILIATES, SUCCESSORS, AND/OR ASSIGNS; AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING LEASE AGREEMENTS, PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES AGREEMENTS, BOND PURCHASE AGREEMENTS, IF REQUIRED, AND SUCH OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS, CERTIFICATES, AND AGREEMENTS; AND AUTHORIZING SUCH OTHER ACTIONS, NECESSARY OR REQUIRED, RELATED TO THE ISSUANCE OF ANY SERIES OF THE BONDS.
8. Approve 2nd& Final Reading of Ordinance #22-23W REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 0 & 184 RICHPOND ROAD FROM R-E (RESIDENTIAL ESTATE) & GB (GENERAL BUSINESS) TO GB (GENERAL BUSINESS) CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 2.7484+/- ACRES AND PRESENTLY OWNED BY RICHPOND GROVE, LLC % LESLIE CARTER.
9. Approve 2nd& Final Reading of Ordinance #22-24WC REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1055 GLEN LILY ROAD FROM AG (AGRICULTURE) & F (FLOODPLAIN) TO RM-3 (TOWNHOUSE/MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) & F (FLOODPLAIN) CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 19.4701+/- ACRES AND PRESENTLY OWNED BY PAUL D. REELS, JR.
10. Approve 2nd& Final Reading of Ordinance #22-25WC REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 0 & 844 AARON ROAD, 0 DISMON-STONE ROAD, AND 0 RICHPOND-ROCKFIELD ROAD FROM AG (AGRICULTURE) & R-E (RESIDENTIAL ESTATE) TO RS-1C (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 127.1725+/- ACRES AND PRESENTLY OWNED BY THOMAS R. HUNT INVESTMENT PROPERTIES, LLC; TALBOTT PLACE, INC.; AND ELLEN B. GERARD.
11. Approve 2nd& Final Reading of Ordinance #22-26WC REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 0 NEW CUT ROAD FROM AG (AGRICULTURE) TO R-E (RESIDENTIAL ESTATE) CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 28.1129+/- ACRES AND PRESENTLY OWNED BY CHANTHOM BUILDERS, LLC % ALEX & LOGAN THOMAS.
12. Approve 1st Reading of Ordinance #22-27WC REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 888 OLD ZION CHURCH ROAD FROM AG (AGRICULTURE) TO R-E (RESIDENTIAL ESTATE) CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 1.30+/- ACRES AND PRESENTLY OWNED BY JOSEPH E. & NANCY CRAFTON.
13. Approve 1st Reading of Ordinance #22-28WC REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 0 ELROD ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 0.11 MILES FROM HUNTERS CROSSING WAY FROM AG (AGRICULTURE) TO RS-1A (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 1.189+/- ACRES AND PRESENTLY OWNED BY DENNYE L. & ELIZABETH S. VANARSDALE.
14. Approve 1st Reading of Ordinance #22-29WC REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 0 CEMETERY ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 0.09 MILES FROM CASTLE HEIGHTS ROAD FROM AG (AGRICULTURE) TO R-E (RESIDENTIAL ESTATE)
CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 0.33+/- ACRES AND PRESENTLY OWNED BY
BLUE JAY PROPERTIES, LLC % ELISABET VALADEZ.
15. Approve 1st Reading of Ordinance #22-30WC REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 0 OLD MOUNT PLEASANT SCHOOL ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 0.19 MILE FROM H. E. JOHNSON ROAD FROM AG (AGRICULTURE) TO R-E (RESIDENTIAL ESTATE) CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 15.7912+/- ACRES AND PRESENTLY OWNED BY CUSTOM DESIGN BUILD, LLC % DARRELL OLIVER.
16. Approve County Road Aid Cooperative Program Agreement and Resolution #22-09 Adopting and Approving the County Road Aid Coop Program Contract between Fiscal Court and Transportation Cabinet, Department of Rural and Municipal Aid.
17. Approve Determination in the amount of $28,616.98 to Legacy Outdoor Equipment for two (2) Ferris Mowers (KPC Pricing). We will use one for the I-65 Beautification team and the other for the downtown team.
18. Approve an 8% Cost of Living adjustment for all the employees of Warren County.
19. Approve the Reimbursement Form from the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) to Warren County in the amount of $832,662.00 for the Warren County Justice Center for Fiscal Year 2023.
20. Approve Determination in the amount of $33,011.32 to ABI Infield Machine that will condition baseball fields. This machine was approved on 9/10/21 from Toro Sand Pro but they could not fulfill the order since this is a specialty machine, so Toro cancelled the order on 4/6/2021. This is a single source provider for this type of machine.
21. Approve the Modification to the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for the Safe Room at Jody Richards School. The new Contract will cost $6,675,538.40 and the date has been extended from June 30, 2022 to June 30, 2023.
22. Approve Determination in the amount of $5,818.00 to Comfort Systems USA for repairs to the HVAC Systems at Moore Park and Old Alvaton Gym. (Comfort Systems USA has our Service Contract).
23. Approve Resolution #22-10 Granting Participation in the Regional Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.
24. Approve Resolution #22-11 Authorizing the cost associated with the Weather Station in Warren County.
25. Approve cost for Lighting thru Warren Rural Electric for the Southern Gateway I-65 Sign.
26. Approve Emergency Determination in the amount of $3.125.82 to IMPCO for parts to rebuild the rock boxes on Dump Trucks #7 and #18 and replenish back stock. Both rock boxes had severe salt erosion.
27. Approve Emergency Determination in the amount of $1,092.16 to HTC for parts to repair the rock boxes on multiple dump trucks (#4, 5, 13, 14 and 15).
28. Approve Emergency Determination in the amount of $1,242,35 to Diamond Equipment for repairs to the CASE 590 Backhoe.
29. Approve Resolution #22-12 to grant authority to make application for Law Enforcement to apply for funds for a project to be administered by Kentucky Office of Homeland Security. (This grant will be for vests for Sheriff’s Department).
30. Approve Emergency Determination in the amount of $1,718.10 for repairs to the John Deere 5055 Tractor for the Parks Department. (Fuel System was contaminated with bad diesel that came from the onsite diesel tank that was corroded severely inside).
31. Approve the Rental of the SOKY Ice Rink in the amount of $129,046. From Ice Rink Events. (Single Source)
32. Approve Change Order to Tetra Tech for FEMA Public Assistance Support Services in the amount of $53,320. The new not to exceed $78,260.45. (This is FEMA Reimbursable).
33. Approve Determination in the amount of $7,827.01 to Newcastle Fence to erect a chain link fence as dividers for the conversion and existing pickleball area at Griffin Park. (Three quotes were solicited - only two received). This is the lowest and best quote.
34. Approve Determination in the amount of $4,546. to Superior Fence for a chain link fence to expand the lot where the I-65 Beautification Division stores their trucks and trailers. (Three quotes solicited - only two received). This is lowest and best quote.
35. Grant Authority to Advertise for the Construction of a Concrete Truck Apron at the Roundabout at Smallhouse Road and Elrod Road.
36. Approve Determination in the amount of $64,000. to Reynolds Sealing and Striping (KPC Pricing) for the resurfacing and converting the space next to the existing pickleball court at Griffin Park to add 4 more courts.
37. Approve Determination in the amount of $7,954.93 to Winnelson for a Sewer Pump for Aviation Heritage Park New Museum Building. (Paid by Stormwater Management).
38. Approve the best bid from Causey’s in the amount of $2,821. for the three Salvage Vehicles that was approved Surplused in Court on March 21, 2022. (Court gave the Jail authority to sell these vehicles to the highest bidder).
39. Approve the Wellness Program Services Proposal for Warren County. (No change in price).
40. Make part of the record the Kentucky Department of Corrections ReEntry Program Audit Report for 2022.
41. Approve Reimbursement of 2020 Illegal Open Dump Clean Funds to Kentucky State Treasurer in the amount of $4,454.74. (This is portion remaining from State’s Share of the grant). (All dumps were cleaned).
Brett Hightower, Sheriff
Lynette Yates, County Clerk
Stephen Harmon, Jailer
Chris Kummer, Executive Director, Parks & Recreation
Josh Moore, Public Works Director
Ronnie Pearson, Director, Emergency Management
Tommy Loving, Executive Director, Drug Task Force
Susan Lewis, PVA Administrator
Bob Appling, Executive Director, Contractor’s Licensing
Ben Peterson, Executive Director, P & Z
James Marcrum, Superintendent WC Justice Center