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RACINE COUNTY BOARD OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Russell A. Clark, Chairman Wendy M. Christensen, County Clerk RACINE COUNTY BOARD EVENING SESSION August 27, 2019 The meeting of The Racine County Board of Supervisors was called to order at 6:30 p.m. with Chairman Clark presiding. All Supervisors were present. Chairman Clark requested a moment of silent prayer. All those who were present stood for the Pledge of the Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America. There were no comments during the Public Comments Period. Resolution Nos. 2019-44, 2019-45 and 2019-46 were given first reading. Supervisor Miller requested first and second reading for Resolution No. 201944. No objections were heard. Supervisor Cooke requested first reading for Resolution Nos. 2019-48 and 2019-49. No objections were heard. Supervisor Grove requested first reading for Resolution No. 2019-47. No objections were heard. The meeting was turned over to Vice Chairman Cooke for referral of Communications: 1. Copy of Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Amendment to the Village Comprehensive Plan from Village of Sturtevant. Item No. 1 is REFERRED TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING COMMITTEE 2. Copy of Memorandum regarding the 2019 Resolutions of the Wisconsin Counties Association from Wisconsin Counties Association. Item No. 2 is REFERRED TO GOVERNMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE 3. Copy of Zac Swanson Claim. 4. Copy of Summons and Complaint (Case No. 2019-CV-001422) regarding Nationstar Mortgage LLC dba Mr. Cooper vs. Jose A. Garcia, Racine County Clerk of Circuit Court and Central Prairie Financial, LLC from Jennifer J. Collins. 5. Copy of Summons and Complaint (Case No. 2019-CV-001468) regarding Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. David D. Soto Jr. a/k/a David D. Soto a/k/a David Soto, Jane Doe Soto, TDS Co LLP, Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group Inc., State of Wisconsin and Racine County Clerk of Circuit Court from William N. Foshag. 6. Copy of Notice of (I) Cancellation of Auction for Certain of the Debtor’s Assets and (II) Rescheduled Auction for Other Assets, Copy of Notice of Successful Bidder and Sale Hearing for Certain Assets Relating to CBD Formulations, Syndros, and Buprenorphine, Copy of Notice of Designation for Assumption and Assignment of Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases, Copy of Order (1) Approving Asset Purchase Agreement between Insys Therapeutics, Inc. and Chilion Group Holdings US, Inc., (2) Approving Sale of the Purchased Assets relating to CBD Formulations, Syndros, and Buprenorphine, free and clear of all Liens, Claims, Encumbrances and other Interests pursuant to Bankruptcy Code Sections 105 and 363(b), (f) and (m), (3) Approving Assumption and Assignment of certain Contracts and Leases pursuant to Bankruptcy Code Sections 363 and 365, (4) Determining the amounts necessary to cure such Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases and other Liabilities, and (5) Granting related Relief, Copy of Asset Purchase Agreement between Chilion Group Holdings US, Inc. and Insys Therapeutics, Inc., Copy of Notice of Successful Bidder and Sale Hearing for Certain Assets Relating to Epinepherine and Naloxone, Copy of Asset Purchase Agreement between Hikma Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. and Insys Therapeutics, Inc., Copy of Notice of Designation for Assumption and Assignment of Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases, Copy of Order (1) Approving Asset Purchase Agreement between Insys Therapeutics, Inc. and Hikma Pharmaceuticals USA Inc., (2) Approving Sale of the Purchased Assets related to Naloxone 8MG UnitDose Nasal Spray and Epinephrine 7MG and 8.5MG Unit-Dose Nasal Spray Product (All Strengths, Doses and Formulations) and certain related equipment free and clear of all Liens, Claims, Encumbrances and other interests pursuant to Bankruptcy Code Sections 105 and 363(b), (f) and (m), (3) Approving Assumption and Assignment of certain Contracts and Leases pursuant to Bankruptcy Code Sections 363 and 365, (4) Determining the amounts necessary to cure such Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases and other Liabilities, and (5) Granting related Relief for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-11292 (KG)) regarding Insys Therapeutics, Inc., et al. from United States Bankruptcy Court. 7. Copy of Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – No Proof of Claim Deadline (Case No. 19-27814-kmp) regarding Dennis Kent Glover from United States Bankruptcy Court. 8. Copy of Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – No Proof of Claim Deadline (Case No. 19-27826-kmp) regarding Catherine Rudolf from United States Bankruptcy Court. 9. Copy of Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – No Proof of Claim Deadline (Case No. 19-28072-kmp) regarding Joaquin Alonzo Lopez and Jillian Kay Lopez from United States Bankruptcy Court. 10. Copy of Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – No Proof of Claim Deadline (Case No. 19-28127-beh) regarding Briana Rose Schuster from United States Bankruptcy Court. 11. Copy of Order of Discharge for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-23043-kmp) regarding Douglas Henry Terrell and Cindy Marie Terrell from United States Bankruptcy Court. 12. Copy of Order of Discharge for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-23804-kmp) regarding Juliana May Gwin from United States Bankruptcy Court. 13. Copy of Order of Discharge for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-23944-gmh) regarding Larry Stafford and Dorothy Mae Stafford from United States Bankruptcy Court. 14. Copy of Order of Discharge for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-24459-kmp) regarding Tenisha Tena Tyce from United States Bankruptcy Court. 15. Copy of Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-27701-gmh) regarding Rene Berrum Aguirre, Jr. from United States Bankruptcy Court. 16. Copy of Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-27983-gmh) regarding Jeremy Randy Passehl, Sr. and Maria Dolores Passehl from United States Bankruptcy Court. 17. Copy of Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-28063bhl) regarding Jeffry Scott West and Christa Dawn West from United States Bankruptcy Court. 18. Copy of Order Continuing Automatic Stay for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-27133-kmp) regarding Laura Wyse from United States Bankruptcy Court. 19. Copy of Order Continuing Automatic Stay for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-27274) regarding Chantel Micole Gandy from United States Bankruptcy Court. 20. Copy of Notice and Motion to Dismiss – Confirmed Plan for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 15-28834gmh) regarding Rey L. Cartagena, Sr. from United States Bankruptcy Court. 21. Copy of Notice and Motion to Dismiss – Unconfirmed Plan for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-24233-bhl) regarding Anastasia A. Majors from United States Bankruptcy Court. 22. Copy of Notice and Motion to Dismiss – Unconfirmed Plan for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-24691-bhl) regarding Annette Mary Nunez from United States Bankruptcy Court. 23. Copy of Order of Discharge for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 14-26090-beh) regarding Gerald N. Gruettner and Charlotte A. Gruettner from United States Bankruptcy Court. Item Nos. 3-23 are REFERRED TO FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AND CORPORATION COUNSEL The County Executive presented: REPORT NO. 2019-19 REPORT BY THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE MAKING AN APPOINTMENT TO THE RACINE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY BOARD OF DIRECTORS To the Honorable Members of the Racine County Board of Supervisors: A vacancy exists on the Racine Zoological Society Board of Directors due to the resignation of a board member. To fill this vacancy, I hereby appoint for a term to expire on April 30, 2020: DRAGICA (DEE) DJUROVIC 3642 Charles Street Racine, WI 53402 Ms. Djurovic holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism/Mass Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a Paralegal Degree from Carthage College. Dee is currently the Executive Vice-President of Premier Solutions Group and has served in this role since 2012. She is fluent in Serbian and Croatian and has a working proficiency in French. Dee has expressed her desire to serve on the Racine Zoological Board as she is a strong advocate for wildlife conservation. I ask that you confirm this appointment. Sincerely, Jonathan Delagrave County Executive Supervisor Grove moved for confirmation. Seconded and carried by voice vote. The Resolutions requested for SECOND READING by MAJORITY vote were before the Board: RESOLUTION NO. 2019-42 RESOLUTION BY THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING RACINE COUNTY TO ACT AS THE LEAD PUBLIC AGENCY FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF ROOFING SUPPLIES AND SERVICES, WATERPROOFING, AND RELATED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES, AND TO ENTER INTO A MASTER INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATIVE PURCHASING AGREEMENT WITH OMNIA PARTNERS PUBLIC SECTOR To the Honorable Members of the Racine County Board of Supervisors: WHEREAS, the State of Wisconsin favors and promotes intergovernmental cooperation and cooperative purchasing among state and local units of government; and WHEREAS, Wis. Stat. § 16.73 allows a county to enter into cooperative purchasing agreements and to agree to participate in, administer, sponsor or conduct purchasing transactions under a joint contract for the purchase of materials, supplies, equipment, permanent personal property, miscellaneous capital or contractual services; and WHEREAS, Racine County desires to solicit bids for a supplier of roofing supplies and materials to be purchased under a master procurement agreement (the “Master Agreement”), an example of which is attached hereto as Exhibit “A,” with Racine County to serve as the lead public agency or principal procurement agency thereunder; and WHEREAS, the purchase of roofing supplies and materials will be made available to municipalities and other state and local units of government in Wisconsin and throughout the country; and WHEREAS, the supplier selected will be the lowest responsible bidder pursuant to Wis. Stat. §§ 59.52(29) and 66.0901 to ensure that Racine County and the other state and local units of government purchasing under the Master Agreement receive the highest quality products and services at the lowest possible prices; and WHEREAS, primary objectives of the cooperative program are to provide a comprehensive competitively solicited and awarded national agreement offering roofing supplies and materials to participating public agencies, and to combine the aggregate purchasing volumes of participating public agencies to achieve cost effective pricing; and WHEREAS, the supplier selected will pay to National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance Company, a Delaware corporation d/b/a OMNIA Partners, Public Sector (“OMNIA Partners”) a monthly administrative fee based upon the total sales price of all purchases shipped and billed pursuant to the Master Agreement, excluding taxes, in the amount of three percent (3%) of aggregate purchases made during each calendar month (individually and collectively, “Administrative Fees”); and WHEREAS, OMNIA Partners will make an annual rebate payment to Racine County as the lead public agency in the amount of two-and-a-half percent (2.5%) of all Administrative Fees received from Supplier to help offset costs incurred in connection with managing the Master Agreement nationally; and WHEREAS, Racine County desires to partner with OMNIA Partners to provide consultant services for the purposes of administering and marketing the Master Agreement to other state and local units of government in need of similar products and services. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Racine County Board of Supervisors finds and determines that soliciting bids for a supplier and entering into the Master Agreement will provide cost savings and other public benefits to Racine County and other state and local government units of government in Wisconsin and throughout the country; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Racine County Board of Supervisors hereby waives the application of Article VII of the Racine County Code of Ordinances as it relates specifically to the procurement authorized hereby; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that the Racine County Executive is hereby authorized and directed to identify the lowest responsible bidder(s) in response to an invitation to bid, in form and substance acceptable to the County Executive, the Finance Director, and the County Corporation Counsel; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that the County Executive is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver the Master Agreement in form and substance acceptable to the County Executive and the County Corporation Counsel; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that the County Executive is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver any and all documents necessary to partner with OMNIA Partners to provide consulting services necessary to administer and market the Master Agreement; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that the receipt and distribution of Administrative Fees received from OMNIA Partners as set forth in Fiscal Note Exhibit “B,” that is attached hereto, is authorized and approved; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that any two of the County Clerk, the County Executive and/or the County Board Chairman are authorized to execute any contracts, agreements, amendments, or other documents necessary to carry out the intent of this resolution; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that said contract(s) shall incorporate such terms and conditions as the Corporation Counsel and the County Executive deem necessary and appropriate. Respectfully submitted, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Russell A. Clark, Chairman David J. Cooke, Vice Chairman Robert Miller, Secretary Robert Grove Scott Maier Q.A. Shakoor, II Katherine Buske Thomas Roanhouse Melissa Kaprelian-Becker RESOLUTION NO. 2019-43 RESOLUTION BY THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE ADOPTION OF A CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN WHEREAS, Racine County has applied for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG); and WHEREAS, the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) require recipients of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) monies to have in place a Citizen Participation Plan; and WHEREAS, the Citizen Participation Plan shall encourage citizen participation (especially by persons of low to moderate income), provide citizens reasonable and timely access to local meetings and information, provide for technical assistance, provide for public hearings, provide for complaint procedures, and accommodate non-English speaking residents; and WHEREAS, Racine County has prepared and publicly reviewed a Citizen Participation Plan which is attached hereto as Exhibit “A”. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that the Citizenship Participation Plan, a copy of which is on file with the County Clerk and at the Dennis Kornwolf Service Center, 1717 Taylor Avenue, Racine, WI, is hereby adopted. Respectfully submitted, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Russell A. Clark, Chairman David J. Cooke, Vice Chairman Robert Miller, Secretary Robert Grove Scott Maier Q.A. Shakoor, II Katherine Buske Thomas Roanhouse Melissa Kaprelian-Becker Supervisor Shakoor, II moved for adoption. Seconded and carried by voice vote. The Resolution requested for SECOND READING this EVENING was before the Board: RESOLUTION NO. 2019-44 RESOLUTION BY THE FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING AN ADDITIONAL $30,000.00 IN FUNDING FOR THE RACINE COUNTY MATCHING GRANT PROGRAM AND TRANSFER OF FUNDS WITHIN THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE 2019 BUDGET AND A GRANT AGREEMENT WITH THE RACINE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION See Resolution No. 2019-44 in the Legal Notices in today’s paper. Supervisor Shakoor, II moved for adoption. Seconded. A roll call vote was taken with the following result: 21 Votes, 21 Ayes, 0 Noes. All supervisors were present. The Finance and Human Resources Committee presented the following for information only: REPORT NO. 2019-24 REPORT BY THE FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE SETTLEMENT OF THE PROPERTY CLAIM OF TERRI DELCORE To the Honorable Members of the Racine County Board of Supervisors: Pursuant to the authority granted under Section 2-159 of the Racine County Code of Ordinances, the Finance and Human Resources Committee has authorized the settlement of the property damage claim of Terri Delcore in the amount of $1,552.24 as a result of property damage to her vehicle at the intersection of Durand Avenue and Ohio Street, Racine, WI involving a Racine County Sheriff’s Office squad on June 18, 2019. Respectfully submitted, FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE Robert N. Miller, Chairman Brett A. Nielsen, Vice-Chairman Q.A. Shakoor, II, Secretary Janet Bernberg John A. Wisch Mike Dawson Thomas Pringle Supervisor Shakoor, II moved to adjourn at 6:55 p.m. Seconded and carried by voice vote. PREPARED BY RACINE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE WENDY M. CHRISTENSEN, COUNTY CLERK WNAXLP

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