ANNOTATED MINUTES FROM THE 04/08/04 BOARD MEETING
Tuesday, April 6, 2004 - 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
Multnomah Building, Sixth Floor Commissioners Conference Room 635
501 SE Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland
LOCAL PUBLIC SAFETY COORDINATING COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
A quorum of the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners may be attending the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council Executive Committee meeting. This meeting is open to the public. For further information, contact Judith Bauman at (503) 988-5894.
Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 9:30 AM
Multnomah Building, First Floor Commissioners Boardroom 100 501 SE Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland
Chair Diane Linn convened the meeting at 9:32 a.m., with Vice-Chair Serena Cruz and Commissioners Lisa Naito, Lonnie Roberts and Maria Rojo de Steffey present.
Opportunity for Public Comment on non-agenda matters. Testimony is limited to three minutes per person. Fill out a speaker form available in the Boardroom and turn it into the Board Clerk.
NO ONE WISHED TO COMMENT.
R-5 Briefing by Central City Concern on the Impact of the Community Engagement Program, its Funding and the use of Multnomah County Personal Income Tax Dollars. Presented by Ed Blackburn.
RICHARD HARRIS; ED BLACKBURN, SUSAN STEINER; DAVID EISEN; RUTH WILLIAMS; JAMES GARDNER; SARAH GOFORTH; VICTORIA WALLACE; CONNIE BASSARABA; ELINOR MARKRAFF; AND LIO ALAALATOA PRESENTATIONS AND RESPONSE TO BOARD QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION ON ISSUES INCLUDING CENTRAL CITY CONCERN; HOOPER DETOX; PORTLAND ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CENTER; COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM; CHIERS AND JOIN.
Chair Linn was excused at 10:02 a.m., with Vice-Chair Cruz now presiding.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
R-1 PROCLAMATION Proclaiming the week of April 18 through April 24, 2004 as OREGON CRIME VICTIMS’ RIGHTS WEEK in Multnomah County, Oregon
COMMISSIONER NAITO MOVED AND COMMISSIONER ROJO SECONDED, APPROVAL OF R-1. MICHAEL SCHRUNK EXPLANATION; READ PROCLAMATION AND RESPONSE TO COMMISSIONER NAITO COMMENTS IN APPRECIATION AND SUPPORT. PROCLAMATION 04-040 APPROVED, WITH COMMISSIONERS NAITO, ROBERTS, ROJO AND CRUZ VOTING AYE.
Commissioner Naito was excused at 10:30 a.m.
COMMISSION ON CHILDREN, FAMILIES AND COMMUNITY
R-2 PROCLAMATION Proclaiming April 2004 Child Abuse Prevention Month in Multnomah County, Oregon
COMMISSIONER ROJO MOVED AND COMMISSIONER ROBERTS SECONDED, APPROVAL OF R-2. GRESHAM CHIEF OF POLI CE CARLA PILUSO, MIRIAM GREEN AND ANGELA GARCIA EXPLANATION AND RESPONSE TO BOARD COMMENTS IN SUPPORT. PROCLAMATION 04-041 APPROVED, WITH COMMISSIONERS ROBERTS, ROJO AND CRUZ VOTING AYE.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
R-3 NOTICE OF INTENT to Submit a Proposal to the Region X Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Indoor Air Quality Grant Program
COMMISSIONER ROBERTS MOVED AND COMMISSIONER ROJO SECONDED, APPROVAL OF R-3. LILA WICKHAM EXPLANATION. NOTICE OF INTENT APPROVED, WITH COMMISSIONERS ROBERTS, ROJO AND CRUZ VOTING AYE.
R-4 First Reading of a Proposed Special ORDINANCE Approving Intergovernmental Agreement with Clackamas and Washington Counties Creating Tri-County Health Care Safety Net Enterprise, and Declaring an Emergency
ORDINANCE READ BY TITLE ONLY. COPIES AVAILABLE. COMMISSIONER ROBERTS MOVED AND COMMISSIONER ROJO SECONDED, APPROVAL OF FIRST READING. LILLIAN SHIRLEY EXPLANATION. NO ONE WISHED TO TESTIFY. FIRST READING APPROVED, WITH COMMISSIONERS ROBERTS, ROJO AND CRUZ VOTING AYE. SECOND READING THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 2004.
R-6 Community Celebration of Public Health Heroes, a Celebration of Public Health Awareness Week (April 5 through 11, 2004) in Multnomah County, Oregon. Presented by Lillian Shirley. and Tricia Tillman-Reardon. Reception to Follow.
LILLIAN SHIRLEY PRESENTATION AND INTRODUCTION OF THE 2004 PUBLIC HEALTH HERO AWARDEES AS FOLLOWS: THE JOSIAH HILL AWARD FOR COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO DR. RICHARD GINGRICH, A VISIONARY WITH A COMMITMENT TO PROVIDING MEDICAL CARE FOR THE WORKING POOR, INSTRUMENTAL IN THE GROWTH OF PORTLAND ADVENTIST COMMUNITY SERVICES FAMILY HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND MIKI HUNNICUT, A PREVENTION INSTRUCTOR AT SELF ENHANCEMENT, INC. WHO WORKS WITH MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH ON ISSUES RELATED TO LIFE SKILLS, SEXUAL HEALTH, VIOLENCE PREVENTION, AND LEADERSHIP. THE GOVERNOR JOHN KITZHABER PUBLIC HEALTH LEADERSHIP AWARD TO CARLOS MEDINA, DIRECTOR OF OREGON DEVELOPM ENT, YAKIMA VALLEY FARM WORKERS CLINIC, A TIRELESS ADVOCATE FOR ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE FOR VULNERABLE POPULATIONS AND MIGRANT HEALTH ISSUES. MULTNOMAH COUNTY EMPLOYEE AWARDS TO MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES DIVISION STAFF KARIFA KOROMA AND MEDICAID ENROLLMENT UNIT STAFF MARCY SUGARMAN. MULTNOMAH COUNTY BUSINESS AWARD TO JAY GRAVES, OWNER OF THE BIKE GALLERY, A BIKE SHOP PROMOTING BICYCLING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CYCLE OREGON, THE BICYCLE TRANSPORTATION ALLIANCE AND THE COMMUNITY CYCLING PROGRAM. THE MULTNOMAH COUNTY COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATION AWARD TO ELDERS IN ACTION, MOBILIZING COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS TO PROVIDE ADVOCACY, PROBLEM SOLVING, SUPPORT AND HEALTH EDUCATION FOR SENIORS. MULTNOMAH COUNTY YOUTH AWARDS TO LAS HERMANAS, A HEALTH PROMOTION AND YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM OF THE SMG FOUNDATION; AND CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL PEER HELPERS, WHO PROVIDE POSITIVE ROLE MODELING AND MAKE SURE THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS ARE BETTER AND SAFER PLACES TO LIVE.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 11:10 a.m.
BOARD CLERK FOR MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON
Deborah L. Bogstad