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February 21, 2019, Regular Meeting Agenda
AGENDA
I. Call to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance & Salute to State Flag

III. Approval of Regular Meeting Agenda

IV. Elected Officials’ Reports

V. Public Hearing
a. Open Public Hearing and Discussion Regarding Ordinance No. O-19-02; entitled an Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of Grant County, New Mexico General Obligation Bonds, Series 2019, in an Aggregate Principal Amount not to Exceed $8,000,000 (the “bonds”) Payable from Ad Valorem Taxes Levied on all Taxable Property within the County, Levied without Limit as to Rate or Amount; Approving the Delegation of Authority to make certain Determinations Regarding the Sale of the Bonds Pursuant to the Supplemental Public Securities Act; Providing for the Form, Terms and Conditions of the Bonds, the Manner of their Execution, and the Method of, and Security for, Payment; Approving Notice of Sale, Disclosure and other Documents Relating to the Bonds; Ratifying Action Previously Taken in Connection therewith; Repealing all Ordinances in Conflict herewith; and Providing for other Details Concerning the Bonds
b. Close Public Hearing
c. Consideration of Ordinance No. O-19-02; Entitled Above

VI. Public Input
 During this portion of our meeting, we welcome your suggestions and want to hear your concerns. This is not a question and answer period; speakers will be limited to five (5) minutes. Any individual who would like to discuss an item in more depth may request to be placed on a future agenda. Request forms are available in the County Manager’s Office.

VII. Approval of Minutes
d. January 22, 2019, Work Session Meeting Minutes
e. January 24, 2019, Regular Meeting Minutes

VIII. Financial Reports
f. Consideration of February 13, 2019, Expenditure Report

IX. New Business
g. Appointment of Board Members to the 2019 National Voter Registration Act (NVRA)
h. Consideration of Inventory Transfers and Deletions
i. Consideration of Distribution and Grant Funding Application Local DWI Grant Program Local Government Division - DFA
j. Consideration of the 2018 Volunteer Firefighters Annual Reporting Form for PERA
1. Pinos Altos
2. Santa Rita
3. Tyrone
4. Upper Mimbres
k. Implications of House Bill 220 and House Bill 255 on Mine Waste Clean-up and Ground Water Contamination - GRIP
l. Implications of House Bill 220 and House Bill 255 on Freeport-McMoRan’s Operation in Grant County – Tony Trujillo, Dal Moellenberg and Tom Shelley
m. Rationale for Resolution No. R-19-23; In Support of the Second Amendment of the US Constitution and Declaring Grant County to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary County – Sheriff Frank Gomez or Undersheriff Jess Watkins
n. Rationale for Opposition of Resolution No. R-19-23; In Support of the Second Amendment of the US Constitution and Declaring Grant County to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary County – Linda Pafford
o. Rationale for Resolution R-19-24; A Resolution Opposing Legislation (Senate Bill 8, House Bill 8, House Bill 83 and House Bill 130) that would Impose Rules, Regulations and Restrictions Exceeding Federal Law on All Private Firearm Transfers Between Individuals – Sheriff Frank Gomez or Jess Watkins
p. Rationale for Opposition of Resolution No. R-19-24; A Resolution Opposing Legislation (Senate Bill 8, House Bill 8, House Bill 83, and House Bill 130) that would Impose Rules, Regulations and Restrictions Exceeding Federal Law on All Private Firearm Transfers Between Individuals – Linda Pafford

X. Agreement
q. Consideration of Agreement No. A-19-06; Cooperative Purchasing Agreement Between Valencia County and Grant County

XI. Resolutions
r. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-20; A Resolution Opposing Legislation that would Prohibit Certain Corporate Guarantees that Assure the Performance Requirements of a Mining Permit
s. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-21; A Resolution Opposing Legislation Amending the Water Quality Act to Provide where the Effect of a Discharge on Ground or Surface Water is to be Determined
t. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-23; In Support of the Second Amendment of the US Constitution and Declaring Grant County to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary County – Sheriff Frank Gomez
u. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-24; A Resolution Opposing Legislation that would Impose Rules, Regulations and Restrictions Exceeding Federal Law on All Private Firearm Transfers Between Individuals – Sheriff Frank Gomez
v. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-16; Adoption of Grant County Social Media Policy
w. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-17; 2019 Grant County Maintained Roads
x. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-18; A Resolution Creating a Census 2020 Complete Count Committee and Participation in Census 2020
y. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-19; Specifying the Salaries of Elected Officials in Grant County, New Mexico
z. Consideration of Resolution No. R-19-22; Resolution of Notice of Intent to Consider an Ordinance Entitled 2019 Opioid Cost Recovery and Public Nuisance Ordinance

XII. Bids and Request for Proposals (RFP)
aa. Award/Reject RFP 19-04; Architectural Services for the Grant County Airport Terminal

XIII. Recess as the Grant County Board of Commissioners and Convene as the Grant County Health Care Claims Board
bb. Consideration of January 2019, Health Plan Claims in the amount of $24,473.41
cc. Consideration of Indigent Burial from Bright Funeral Home

XIV. Adjourn as the Grant County Health Care Claims Board and Reconvene as the Grant County Board of Commissioners

XV. Commissioners’ Reports

XVI. Executive Session in Accordance with NMSA 1978 10-15-1 H
dd. Update on Opioid Litigation, Pursuant to NMSA (1978) 10-15-1 H (7)
ee. Update on Pending Litigation in Relation to 2016 Sheriff's Office Matter, Pursuant to NMSA (1978) 10-15-1 H (7)

XVII. Any Action Necessary as a Result of Closed Executive Session

XVIII. Adjournment

Note: In accordance with County Resolution 19-01, Work Session and Regular Meeting agendas may be altered up to thirty-six (36) hours prior to the meeting. Special Meeting agendas may be altered up to seventy-two (72) hours prior to the meeting. Copies can be obtained from the Office of the county Manager.

 

 

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